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String Quintet in C minor
Op. 29 No. 1 played by the Quintetto Boccherini: Guido Mozzato (violin) Arrigo Pelliccia (violin) Renzo Sabatini (viola) Arturo Bonucci (cello) Nerio Brunelli (cello) on a gramophone record


Violin: Guido Mozzato
Violin: Arrigo Pelliccia
Viola: Renzo Sabatini
Cello: Arturo Bonucci
Cello: Nerio Brunelli


by Alan Day
Mr. Day argues that even though there are strong Conservative interests which do not consider a radical overhaul of the world's payments system to be desirable, nevertheless, the modest changes which are likely to be made in the near future can lay all the necessary foundations of a sound system.

: Frank Martin

In terra pax
An oratorio
Annette de la Bije (soprano)
Aafje Heynis (contralto)
Hans Uhlrich Mielsch (tenor)
Bernard Kruysen (baritone)
Guus Hoekman (bass)
Baarn Boys' Choir
Radio Choir
Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Hilversum
Conducted by Bernard Haitink
Recording made available by courtesy of Stichting Nederlandsche Radio-Unie


Soprano: Annette de la Bije
Contralto: Aafje Heynis
Tenor: Hans Uhlrich Mielsch
Baritone: Bernard Kruysen
Bass: Guus Hoekman
Conducted By: Bernard Haitink


A Comedy of Motives by GILES COOPER with Muriel Pavlow , Nigel Stock
Mary O'Farrell , Peter Howell
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL


Unknown: Giles Cooper
Unknown: Muriel Pavlow
Unknown: Nigel Stock
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell
Unknown: Peter Howell
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Binnie: Muriel Pavlow
Augusta Forefinger: Mary O'Farrell
George F Brady: Nigel Stock
Quentin Ashmold: Peter Howell
Linda: Elizabeth Proud
Spine-Pad: Norman Wynne
Macnab: Roger Snowdon
Moti: David Spenser
Clancy: Robert Mooney
Tim: Kenneth Dight

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