CHRISTOPHER MARTIN and MAURICE SHOCK Fellow of University College, Oxford
Is there a tendency in British politics, or indeed more generally in the politics of the Western world, towards a Presidential system? Christopher Martin thinks there is; Maurice Shock sees no reason for this view, at any rate in Britain.
Programme 15 Carmen
An illustrated study in the origins of Bizet's opera by HANNS HAMMELMANN and MICHAEL ROSE
Cecile Chevreau Trader
Faulkner Denis Goacher , Neville Hartley Anne Murray , John Sharp Roger Snowdon Geoffrey Wincott
Narration by DENIS McCARTHY Production by CHRISTOPHER SYKES
ILSE HOLLWEG (soprano) Louis DEVOS (tenor) KIETH ENGEN (bass)
CHOIR AND SYMPHONY Orchestra of the BAVARIAN BROADCASTING Service Chorus-Master, Kurt Prestel
Six-part Fugal Ricercare (The
Bach, orch. Webern conducted by HERMANN SCHERCHEN
Two Poems: Le soleil des eaux, of Rene Char, for soloists, chorus and orchestra. Boulei conducted by THE COMPOSER
Recording made available by courtesy of Bayerischer Rundiunk
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