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: Bartok and Liszt

played by Ilona Kabes (piano)
Liszt - Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude Bagatelle sans tonalité
Bartok - Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs
Peasant dance; Whole-tone scale; Village joke: Major seconds broken and together; Bagpipe (Mikrokosmos, Book V)
The ninth of twelve programmes to include most of Bartok's piano works.

Contributors

Piano: Ilona Kabes

: WHAT IS HISTORY?

Six talks by E. H. Carr
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
3: History, Science, and Morality
These talks are a broadcast version of Mr. Carr's Trevelyan Lectures given last year. In the third talk he discusses the prejudice of the old division between the humanities and science in which the humanities were supposed to represent the broad culture of the ruling class, science the skills of the technicians who served it. : second broadcast

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Jacqueline Delman (soprano)
Section of the London Symphony Orchestra Led by Norman Nelson
Conducted by Bernard Keeffe

Contributors

Soprano: Jacqueline Delman
Unknown: Norman Nelson
Conducted By: Bernard Keeffe

: LES SIX

Darius Milhaud recalls the early days of ' Les Six' and talks about the artistic climate of the twenties

Contributors

Unknown: Darius Milhaud

: BACH'S CELLO SUITES

No. 4, in E flat major played by Pablo Casals on a gramophone record
The fourth programme in the complete series of Bach's Cello Suites

Contributors

Played By: Pablo Casals

: ROSMERSHOLM

by HENRIK IBSEN
Translated by Ann Jellicoe with Margaret Leighton
Michael Gwynn , Haydn Jones
The action takes place at Rosmersholm. an old manor house near a small town on a fjord in Western
Norway1886
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.15-9.25 p.m.)
Movements from Janacek's Suite for String Orchestra played by the Prague Chamber Orchestra on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Translated By: Ann Jellicoe
Unknown: Margaret Leighton
Unknown: Michael Gwynn
Unknown: Haydn Jones
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Mrs Helseth: Mary O'Farrell
Rebecca West: Margaret Leighton
Mr Kroll: Haydn Jones
John Rosmer: Michael Gwynne
Ulric Brendel: Willoughby Goddard
Peter Mortensgard: John Bryning

: BEETHOVEN

Trio in B flat major, Op. 97 (Archduke) played by the Trio di Bolzano
Giannino Carpi (violin) Sante Amadori (cello)
Nunzio Montanari (piano)
: second broadcast

Contributors

Piano: Nunzio Montanari

: Closedown









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