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Schoenberg 10th Anniversary Marius Goring (speaker)
EJBC Chorus
BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader. Paul Beard
Conducted by Bruno Maderna
I nm the Royal Festival Hall. London
I art 1
Chamber Symphony (orchestral version), Op. 9b
Prelude to Genesis, Op. 44 first performance in this country
VerklSrte Nacht, Op. 4
See page 38


Unknown: Marius Goring
Conducted By: Bruno Maderna


by C. Fleetwood-Walker
Some reflections on the influence of photography on present-day architecture. Mr. Fleetwood-Walker is a Senior Lecturer at the Birmingham College o'. Art.


A Survivor from Warsaw, for narrator, men's chorus, and orchestra. Op. 46
Variations for Orchestra. Op. 31


A study of the author of The City of Dreadful Night by PATRIC DICKINSON who narrates the programme
The prose and verse extracts from Thomson are read by Marius Goring
Others taking part:
David Bird , Janet Burnell
Peter Claughton. Denis Goacher Philip Leaver. Duncan McIntyre Daphne Rogers , Norman Shelley and David Spenser
Production by Jos BURROUGHS
: second broadcast


Unknown: Patric Dickinson
Read By: Marius Goring
Unknown: David Bird
Unknown: Janet Burnell
Unknown: Peter Claughton.
Unknown: Denis Goacher
Unknown: Philip Leaver.
Unknown: Duncan McIntyre
Unknown: Daphne Rogers
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: David Spenser
Production By: Jos Burroughs

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