Page 6, 18th February 1949

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Mozart: Concerto in D major by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir 1 homes Beecham, with Jascha Heifetz (violin). DD 667R6680.

Margherita Carosio: Songs from Don Pasquale and I Puritani

La Voce Quel Guardo). DB 6858_

Tosea: Act I Duets (La Vedi ? T'Ama and Perche Chiuso), by Florence Quartararo and Ramon Vinay. DB 6857.

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Beethoven: Pianoforte solo by Louis Kentner, Sonata in F minor (Appassionata). DX 1543/4(5, Lohengrin : Prelude to Act I, by Philharmonic Orchestra under Paul Kletski. LX 1153. Prokoficf : Symphony No. 5 in B flat, Philharmonic Orchestra of New York under Arthur Rodzinski. LX 1147-1151.

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Mozart: Pianoforte solo by Lili Kraus, Sonata in B flat major R 20566/7.

The author of The Living World (John Murray, 7s. 6d.) is a Catholic. teaching in a Catholic Grammar School, and has aimed at producing a biology text-book which, while meeting the requirements of the examining bodies, is also in accord with true Christian principles.




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