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: RAVEL

SUZANNE DANCO (soprano) Suisse ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
Sheherazade
Asie
La flute enchantée L'indifferent
Trois poèmes de
Stephane Mallarme
Soupir
Placet futile
Surgi de la croupe et du bond on a gramophone record

Contributors

Soprano: Suzanne Danco
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: THE POSSIBILITIES OF POLITICAL REALIGNMENT

† by DAVID BUTLER
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
On the eve of the first of this year's Party Conferences, David Butler examines the forces shaping the Party situation in Britain in the 1960s. He considers the likely effects of these influences upon the existing Party system.

Contributors

Unknown: David Butler

: THE PRIMAL SCENE, AS IT WERE

Nine Studies in Disloyalty by Henry Reed and and The music composed by DONALD SWANN
Production by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON Fourth broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Reed
Composed By: Donald Swann
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Herbert Reeve, a scholar: Hugh Burden
Hilda Tablet, a composeress: Mary O'Farrell
Evelyn Baxter, her secretary: Colin Campbell
Elsa Strauss, a singer: Marjorie Westbury
General Gland, a general: Deryck Guyler
Nancy Shewin: Dorothy Primrose
Janet, her daughter: Gwen Cherrell
some of her sons Owen.: Denis Quilley
some of her sons Brian: Wilfrid Downing
some of her sons George,: M. Westbury
Stephen Shewin: Carleton Hobbs
Connie, his wife: Gwen Cherrel
Capt Smithers: Frank Duncan
Aeschylus Aphanisis, a millionaire: Harold Lang
Plankton, his secretary: Frank Duncan
Flamenco singers: Marjorie Westbury
Flamenco singers: Denis Quilley

: FRANKEL

Inventions in major-minor modes, Op. 31 ELEANOR WARREN (cello)
BENJAMIN FRANKEL (piano)

Contributors

Cello: Eleanor Warren
Piano: Benjamin Frankel








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