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A DEBATE

arranged by the English Speaking Union
The Motion: That Britain should join a North Atlantic Federation
Speakers for the motion:
E. C. Leather M.P , Geoffrey de Freitas. M.P
.A. F. D. Pott
Richard Seaton
Speakers against:
R. H. S. Crossman M.P , .
Christopher Hollis M.P. ,
L. B. Pinnell
Robin Day
In the chair, James Moorhouse
Third Programme

BENJAMIN BRITTEN

Nancy Evans (mezzo-soprano)
Frederick Stone (piano)
Joy Boughton (oboe)
Peter Pears (tenor)
Benjamin Britten (piano)
A Charm of Lullabies, Op. 41, for mezzo-soprano and piano
A cradle song; The highland balou; Sephestia's lullaby; A charm; The nurse's song
Six Metamorphoses after Ovid, Op.
49, for unaccompanied oboe
Pan; phaeton; Niobe; Bacchus; Narcissus; Arethusa
Winter Words. Op. 54 (lyrics and ballads by Thomas Hardy )
At day-close in November; Midnight on the Great Western (The journeying boy); Wagtail and baby; The little old table; The choirmaster's burial (The tenor m'an's story); Proud songsters (Thrushes, finches, and nightingales); At the railway station, Upway (The boy with the violin); Before life and after
(first broadcast performance) (The last work is recorded)
Robin Hull writes on page 27
Third Programme

ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Florence Hooton (cello)
BBC Northern Orchestra
(Leader, Reginald Stead )
Conductor, John Hopkins
Bax always looked upon his Cello Concerto as one of his best works, and hoped that one day it would be firmly established in the repertoire. It is one of the very few cello concertos in which every note of the soloist can be heard against the orchestral background. Bax's scoring is a marvel of subtlety as well as crystal clear; perhaps his most astounding feat is to use double-basses only to accompany a leading theme on the solo cello, and to do so with complete success. Robin Hull
Third Programme

FROM THE FIFTIES

Max Adrian with Derek Godfrey , Valerie Hanson and Barry Foster in Saint's Day by JOHN WHITING
Other parts played by Beatrice Bevan and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Adapted and produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY
DURING THE INTERVALS
8.40-8.45 app.
Fugue in C minor (K.426) (Mozart) played by Alfred Brendel and Walter Klien (two pianos) on a gramophone record
9.20-9.25 app.
Toccata. Op. 11 (Prokofiev) played by the composer (piano) on a gramophone record
Third Programme

FROM THE FIFTIES

Max Adrian with Darek Godfrey
Valerie Hanson andBarry Fester in Saint's Day by JOHN WHITING
Other parts played by Beatrice Bevan and members of the BEC Drama Repertory Company Adapted and produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVALS Gary Graffman (piano) plays music by Liszt on a gramophone record
9.10-9.15 app.
II Penseroso
10 0-10.5 app.
Grandes Etudes de Paganini. No. I






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