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: CHAMBER MUSIC

t WARSAW PIANO QUINTET

: WHAT SHOULD A MANAGER MANAGE?

An American questions some of the assumptions of current management theory and practice in the United States
PROFESSOR ERNEST DALE , of the Cornell Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, is the author of The Great Organisers, published in New York in 1960 t Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Ernest Dale

: SPANISH POETRY

Two programmes selected and introduced, with English verse-translations, by J. M. COHEN 2: La poesia protestante
Poems by JOSE AGUSTIN GOYTISOLO ANGEL GONZALEZ
JOSE ANGEL VALENTE
CARLOS SAHAGUN , CARLOS BARRAL and CLAUDIO RODRIGUEZ
Read in Spanish by the poets themselves
English translations read by Kristin Linklater , Denis Goacher and James McKechnie t Produced by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown: J. M. Cohen
Unknown: Jose Agustin Goytisolo
Unknown: Angel Gonzalez
Unknown: Jose Angel Valente
Unknown: Carlos Sahagun
Unknown: Carlos Barral
Unknown: Claudio Rodriguez
Read By: Kristin Linklater
Read By: Denis Goacher
Read By: James McKechnie
Produced By: Terence Tiller

: BEATRICE AND BENEDICT

Comic opera in two acts by BERLIOZ sung in French: on records
THE ST. ANTHONY SINGERS
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by COLIN DAVIS Act 1: The Governor's palace. Messina. Sicily

Contributors

Conducted By: Colin Davis

: EXPANDING CHRISTENDOM

Studies in the Middle Ages 3: The Layman's Reaction t by C. N. L. BROOKE
Professor of Medieval History in the University of Liverpool Francis of Assisi and Wolfram von F.schenbach illustrate in their differing fashion the layman's discovery of a new world, with new and challenging questions of value. They discovered among other things the goodness of the natural world and raised the question of toleration.
The English Vernacular: Oct. 15

Contributors

Unknown: C. N. L. Brooke

: BEATRICE AND BENEDICT

Act 2: A hall Inside the palace

: FRÄULEIN ELSE

by Arthur Schnitzler translated by F. H. LYON with Hilda Schroder
Pianist, Paul Hamburger Produced by WILLIAM GLEN-DOEPEL t Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Schnitzler
Translated By: F. H. Lyon
Unknown: Hilda Schroder
Pianist: Paul Hamburger
Produced By: William Glen-Doepel
Paul: John Broster
Fraulein Else: Hilda Schroder
Frau Cissy: Valerie Kirkbright
Herr von Dorsday: Geoffrey Wincott
Porter: Peter Pratt
Mother: Joan Sanderson
Aunt: Edith Savile

: HINDEMITH

Songs, Op. 18
Die trnnkene Tanzerln
Wie Sankt Franciscus schweb'
Ich in der Luft
Traum
Canonic Sonatina for two flutes, Op. 31 No. 3 t Sonata for four horns (1952)
Songs, Op 18
Auf der Treppe sitzen mclne
Ohrchen
Vor dlr scheln* tch aufgewacht Du machst mich traurig—hor' Durch die abendlichen Gärten
Trompeten JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
LIONEL SOLOMON (flute) GEORGE CROZIER (flute) ALAN CIVIL (horn) IAN BEERS (horn)
NICHOLAS BUSCH (horn)
PATRICK STREVENS (horn) Last of four programmes
Jeannette Sinclair broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera Houst Covent Garden

Contributors

Soprano: Trompeten Jeannette Sinclair
Flute: Lionel Solomon
Horn: Nicholas Busch
Unknown: Jeannette Sinclair

: Closedown









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