by BILL NAUGHTON with Bill Owen
Production by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON Third broadcast
I baritone with DALTON BALDWIN piano
Que soupirer d'amour est une douce chose
Air de Ballet
(Cadmus et Hermione)
Chanson de printemps O ma belle rebelle Sérénade
Mirages, Op. 113
Cygne sur l'eau
Reflets dans l'eau Jardin nocturne Danseuse
Trois Ballades de
Sense and Sensibilia and Philosophical Papers
Talk by P. F. STRAWSON Fellow of University College, Oxford
Austin, who died last year. left very little for the publisher, a volume of papers and a collection of notes which have been reconstructed by G. J. Warnock ' with very great skill and sympathy indeed.' Mr. Strawson illustrates the brilliant and penetrating honesty with which Austin restored reality to philosophical discussion. Second broadcast
PAUL COLLINS (violin) DAPHNE WEBB (cello)
SUSAN BRADSHAW (piano)
MARITA CARO DE HALFFTER and MANUEL CARRA (pianos)
OEDOEN PARTOS (viola)
JOEL THOME (percussion) FRANK PELLEG (piano)
BBC Transcription Service
The International Society for Contemporary Music held-its annual festival this year in London. These works by Leopold Spinner (dating from 1950), Cristobal Halffter (1961) and Oedoen Partos were recorded at the Wigmore Hall on June 6; tonight they are being broadcast for the first time in this country.
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