Roger Lord (oboe)
London Symphony Orchestra Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by Rudolf Kempe From the Royal Festival Hall, London
This concert is promoted. by the London Symphony Orchestra as part of their international series
by Michaei Sullivan
Some thoughts on the Chinese attitude to copies and fakes prompted by the current exhibition of Forgeries and Deceptive Copies at the British Museum and bv Cecil Gould 's recent talk on The Ethics of Faking in European art. Mr. Sullivan is Lecturer in Asian Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
A sequence of new poems by Roy Fuller
In these poems Roy Fuller relates the elements of the Faust legend to some of the problems of the ageing intellectual in our own time. The poems are spoken in the characters of Faust himself, Mephistopheles, Faust's servant, and Gretchen.
Brenda Dunrich , Anthony Jacobs and Alan Wheatley
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