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As an experiment, the three talks and a discussion, first broadcast March, are being repeated on a single evening. See below and page 51

: Chopin

Study in F nnnor
(Three new studies. Op. post'h.) Study in A ftat. Op. JO No. 10 played by Ctaudio Arrau (piano) on gramophone records


Played By: Ctaudio Arrau

: Haydn

Piamo Trio No. 4. in E p)ayed bv the Trio di Trieste Renato Zanettovich (vio)in) Libero Lana (cetio)
Dario de Rosa (piano) on a gTamophome recorn


Piano: Dario de Rosa

: Chamber Orchestral Concert

A programme of music to be played at this year's Haslemere Festival
Archie Cajuden (bassoon)
Peter Hurfold (organ)
Carl Dolmetsch (recorder)
Francois Dolmetsch (recorder)
Dolmetsch Ensemble
Haselmere Festival Orchestra Director, Carl Dolmetsch
Harpsichord continuo, Joseph Saxby
From Haslemere Hall, Surrey
BBC recording


Bassoonist: Archie Cajuden
Organist: Peter Hurfold
Recorder: Carl Dolmetsch
Recorder: Joseph Saxby


BBC recording: second broadcast

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