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: FAURE AND MENDELSSOHN

LONDON STRING QUARTET
Third of ten programmes Including
Faure's complete chamber music

: SPEAKING OF POETRY

A review by PATRIe DICKINSON
Second of three programmes in which he discusses the speaking of poetry, with illustrations from gramophone records issued in recent years
The programme includes: Readings by Peggy Ashcroft , Robert Donat Cedric Hardwicke , John Neville Ralph Richardson and Cecil Trouncer Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft
Unknown: Robert Donat
Unknown: Cedric Hardwicke
Unknown: John Neville
Unknown: Ralph Richardson
Unknown: Cecil Trouncer

: MACBETH

An opera in four acts
Libretto by F. M. PIAVE Music by Verdi
SUNG IN ITALIAN
Cast in order of singing:
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS OF R.A.I., TURIN
Chorus-Master. Ruggero Maghlnl
Conductor, MARIO Rossi
Act 1
Scene 1: A heath
Scene 2: A ball In Macbeth's castle

Contributors

Unknown: F. M. Piave
Conductor: Mario Rossi

: WHY MILL SURVIVED THE OTHERS

by J. H. ABRAHAM
Director of Liberal Studies,
Enfield College of Technology
Mill was attacked by F. H. Bradley and G. E. Moore. Mr. Abraham discusses the reasons why, after all, these vigorous adversaries failed.

Contributors

Unknown: F. H. Bradley
Unknown: G. E. Moore.

: MACBETH

Act 2
Scene 1: A room In Macbeth's castle
Scene 2: A park In the castle grounds
Scene 3: The banqueting hall Act 3
A dark cave on the heath

: MILTON VERSUS PARADISE LOST

† by Andrew Young
Canon Young argues that Milton's theology is consistently overcome by his aesthetic instincts. In consequence, Paradise Lost is not really a religious poem.

: MACBETH

Act 4
Scene 1: A barren stretch of country near the border
Scene 2: A hall In Macbeth's castle Scene 3: The castle battlements
Recording of a performance broadcast in Italy: made available by courtesy of Radlotelevisione Itall ana. Rome

Contributors

Unknown: Radlotelevisione Itall

: A NEW DIALOGUE ON TWO WORLD SYSTEMS

by J. Bronowski
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: J. Bronowski
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Sir Edward St Ablish: Felix Aylmer
Dr Amos Harping: Alan Dobie
Professor Lionel Potts, F R S: Allan McClelland

: ITALIAN KEYBOARD MUSIC

of the eighteenth century played by SERGIO PERTICAROLI (piano)
Sonata in C major (GaluppO Allegro (Turint)
Sonata in A major (Rutini) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano: Sergio Perticaroli

: Closedown









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