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: STRAVINSKY

Symphonies d'instruments a vent played by the Eastman Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Conducted by Frederick Fennell on a gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Frederick Fennell

: THE REITH LECTURES

The Colonial Reckoning by MARGERY PERHAM , C.B.E.
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
3. The Politics of Emancipation In her lecture tonight Miss Perham talks about the evolution of British policy towards colonial sclf-govenment, and about the difficulties for rulers and ruled inherent in the transfer of power.
Next lecture: December 3 (Home), and December 4 (Third)
These lectures are being printed in ' The Listener ' followed by an interlude at 8.40

Contributors

Unknown: Margery Perham
Talks: Miss Perham

: BEETHOVEN

Symphony No. 9, in D minor
Agnes Giebel (soprano)
Christa Ludwig (contralto) Richard Lewis (tenor)
WALTER Berry (baritone)
Philharmonia Chorus
Chorus-Master, Wilhelm Pitz
Philharmonia Orchestra
Leader. Hugh Bean
Conducted by Otto Klemperer
From the Royal Festival Hall London

Contributors

Soprano: Agnes Giebel
Contralto: Christa Ludwig
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Baritone: Walter Berry
Chorus-Master: Wilhelm Pitz
Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Otto Klemperer

: NEW FRENCH POETRY

A critical selection by Jean Fanchette winner of the Prix Feneon for poetry, and editor of Two Cities The poets discussed are
Yves Bonnefoy , Andr6 du Bouchet, Jacques Dupin. Philippe Jaccottet ,
Edouard Glissant , and Pierre Oster Poems read in French by Yves Bonnefoy , Jean Fanchette. and AndrS du Bouchet
Translations by Oliver Bernard and Edward Lucie-Smith read by Bruce Stewart and Gary Watson
M. Fanchette believes that a poetic rebirth is in progress in France for the first time since the war and that Yves Bonnefoy is its finest product. Arranged by Owen Leeming
Recorded in the BBC Paris studios

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Fanchette
Unknown: Yves Bonnefoy
Unknown: Jacques Dupin.
Unknown: Philippe Jaccottet
Unknown: Edouard Glissant
Unknown: Pierre Oster
Unknown: Yves Bonnefoy
Unknown: Jean Fanchette.
Unknown: Oliver Bernard
Unknown: Edward Lucie-Smith
Read By: Bruce Stewart
Read By: Gary Watson
Unknown: M. Fanchette
Unknown: Yves Bonnefoy
Arranged By: Owen Leeming

: FRENCH HARPSICHORD MUSIC

played by Aimee van de Wiele

Contributors

Played By: Aimee van De Wiele








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