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' Strange Music'-I

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Mr. J. B. TREND : 'Spain'
The first of a new and fascinating series of talks illustrated by gramophone records. Listeners will be taken during the next twelve weeks on a musical tour of the world : a returned traveller will describe the local scenes, native festivals that have inspired each country's music, and the musical instruments used. Apart from the novelty of hearing the native music of Persia, Egypt, Russia, China, Japan and many other countries, this series offers a wonderful opportunity of tracing the effect of one country's music upon another. Mr. J. B. Trend has an intimate knowledge of the history, lifo and music of Spain, and he can be relied upon to give the records he plays tonight their exact local and historical setting.

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