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An enquiry into the education of girls conducted by Stuart Maclure Editor of Education with recorded opinions from personalities in the world of education and from schoolgirls past and present
Compiled and produced by Joe Weltman
See page 50


Conducted By: Stuart MacLure
Produced By: Joe Weltman


Peter le Huray (organ)
Katharina Wolpe (piano)
Members of the BBC Symphony Orchestra Conducted by John Carewe
Part 2
From the Royal Albert HaM, London


Unknown: Peter Le Huray
Piano: Katharina Wolpe
Conducted By: John Carewe


Readings from the works of William Blake and Waiter de la Mare
Readers: Gwenllian Owen
Frank Duncan , Garard Green


Unknown: William Blake
Readers: Gwenllian Owen
Readers: Frank Duncan
Readers: Garard Green


Oda Slobodskaya (soprano) Frederick Stone (piano)
Mussorgsky Trepak ; Lullaby; Serenade
(Songs and Dances of Death)
Song of Georgia; Lullaby Borodin
Sleeping Princess; Dissonance: My songs are envenomed and bitter; From my tears sprung flowers; Rich and poor
Second of a series of recitals of Russian song given by Oda Slobodskaya.


Soprano: Oda Slobodskaya
Piano: Frederick Stone
Piano: Mussorgsky Trepak
Unknown: Oda Slobodskaya.

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