Paul Tortelier (cello)
Malcolm Binns , Philip Challis and Keith Sellors (pianos)
London Philharmonic Orchestra Leader, Henry Datyner
Conducted by Basil Cameron From the Royal Albert Hall , London Part 1
by E. J. Mishan
Lecturer in Economics at the London School of Economics
Dr. Mishan believes that many of the economic advantages we hope to gain by joining the Common Market may turn out not to be advantageous at all.
by GUY COMPTON with Michael Hordern and Barbara Mitchell
Major Basset's residence, where the Major is attended by the faithful Agnes Gurd, is an elderly Mostyn Seven which he found some years ago, unclaimed and uninhabited, on a lay-by. Of course, ever since he moved in, he has intended it only as a temporary residence, though in the meanwhile they have both tried to make it as much of a home as possible.
Produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY
soprano with Gerald Moore (piano)
Le violette (Alessandro Scarlatti ) E dove t'aggiri (Proserpina)
Wohin?: Der Tod und das Madchen
Callejeo; El tra-la-la y el punteado
No quiero tus avellanas; Como quieres que adivine (Guridi)
Adios Granada (Barrera and Calleja, arr. los Angeles)
In the last song Victoria de Jos Angeles accompanies herself on the guitar on a gramophone record
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