A selection made and introduced by Michel Butor
Poems by Corneille, La Fontaine, Lamartine. Victor Hugo read by Jacqueline Morane and YVES FURET
Translations by John Petrie and Edward Marsh read by ZENA WALKER
Presented by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
Three programmes are devoted to M. Butor 's selection. These are to be followed by further programmes devoted to the selections of Jacques Prevert and Jean Cocteau.
Symphonic Epigrams played by the CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA OF AMSTERDAM
Conducted by EDUARD VAN BEINUM
10.27. Violin Concerto played by Theo OLOF (violin) with the RADIO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA OF HILVERSUM
Conducted by BERNARD Haitink Both works are being broadcast for the first time in this country
Recording made available by courtesy of the Dutch World Broadcasting Service
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