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(sung in German) See foot of page
Prologue I-Prologue 2:
Faust's study in Wittenberg

: Contemporary West Africa 'THIS IS EXPERIENCE SPEAKING'

A story by Peter Kwame Buahin
Read by Bekoe Mfodwo
A sad but salutary tale from Accra New Town.
New Frontiers in Tropical Medicine, by Ian McGregor: November 17


Story By: Peter Kwame Buahin
Read By: Bekoe Mfodwo


Scene 1: The park of the Duke of Parma
8.55 app. INTERVAL
9 0 app Scene 2: An inn in Wittenberg
Scene 3: A street in Wittenberg

: Art-Anti-Art: Marcel Duchamp Speaks

Marcel Duchamp 's 'ready-mades' (such'as his Bicycle Wheel of 1916 and the later
Urinal) are anti-art works par excellence; in fact we see him not only as Andrew Forge put it in his recent talk as a 'key figure in the art' but also in the anti-art of this century. How does he combine such seemingly contradictory kinds of artistic activity?

In this composite programme Marcel Duchamp is interviewed by George Heard Hamilton in New York and by Richard Hamilton in London.


Subject: Marcel Duchamp
Interviewer: George Heard Hamilton
Interviewer: Richard Hamilton


Organ Music
Toccata quinta sopra I pedali; Toccata per l'Elevazione; Ricercar sopra Mire-fa-mi; Canzona seconda; Magnificat secundi toni; Toccata sesta sopra i pedali played by Gustav Leonhardt
Organ of the Silver Chapel, Innsbruck on a gramophone record


Played By: Gustav Leonhardt

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