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Suite, Op. 29 pLayedi by the Meflosi Ensemble
Emamuel Hurwite (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Stephen Trier (clarinet)
Anthony Jennings (clarinet) Lamar Crowson (piano)
Directed by - Jacques Louis Monod
Recording from the Thursday INVITATION CONCERT broadcast on November 17. 1960


Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Cello: Terence Weil
Clarinet: Gervase de Peyer
Clarinet: Stephen Trier
Clarinet: Anthony Jennings
Piano: Lamar Crowson
Directed By: Jacques Louis Monod


Fifty Years of the Liturgical Movement
3: Common Ground by Fn. A. M. Aldchin
Librarian of Pusey House. Oxford
The Liturgical Movement today is building a bridge—or perhaps many bridges-across the ancient chasm separating the Roman Catholic from the Orthodox Church, and both these from the Churches of the Reformation.' Fr. AUchin sees the Movement as a process of rediscovering common ground and a chief means of growth towards visible unity.
Last ot a series of talks


Unknown: A. M. Aldchin


Extracts from a diary
A radio script by Barbara Bray from the novel by JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
The birth of modern French existentialism recounted as the story of one man. with William Squire as Antoine Roquentin
Otih«r parte played by Freda Dowie , Nerys Kenfoot
Kathleen Helme , Wilfred Babbage Produced- by BARBARA BRAY
: third broadcast L'Etranger ' by Albert Camus Wednesday at 8.30


Script By: Barbara Bray
Novel By: Jean-Paul Sartre
Unknown: William Squire
Played By: Freda Dowie
Played By: Nerys Kenfoot
Played By: Kathleen Helme
Unknown: Wilfred Babbage
Produced By: Barbara Bray
Unknown: Albert Camus
Anny: Margaret Whitinp
Monsieur piquet: Haydn Jones
Francoise: Freda Dowie


Sinfonia Concentrate, Op. 125 played by Rosibnopovich (cello)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent on a gramophone record
Prokofiev's Cello Concerto, Op. 58, of which Op. 125 is a revised version, will be broadcast on June 3


Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

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