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Dlustrated talk by Denis Stevens
The speaker talks about a fourteenth-century manuscript, containing anonymous settings of Sanctus and Agnus Dei, which turned up unexpectedly in the Public Record Office. The music is sung by members of the Deller Consort.
This is the second of three programmes about recent research in the field of pre-Reformation English music.

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Talk By:
Denis Stevens

('Essays and Reviews,' 1860)
Programme written and compiled by Kenneth Hudson
Produced by Terence Tiller
Narrator, Keith Pyott
Others taking part:
Laidman Browne , Arthur Bush Maxwell Foster . Garard Green Stephen Jack. Marne Maitland Arthur Ridley. Norman Shelley
Neil Tuson. Peter Vaughan
Mary Wimbush. Middleton Woods
' This volume is a criminal production,' said the Taunton Courier in t864 of the controversial papers on theology to which this programme is devoted.

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Hudson
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Narrator:
Keith Pyott
Unknown:
Laidman Browne
Unknown:
Arthur Bush
Unknown:
Maxwell Foster
Unknown:
Garard Green
Unknown:
Stephen Jack.
Unknown:
Marne Maitland
Unknown:
Arthur Ridley.
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Unknown:
Neil Tuson.
Unknown:
Peter Vaughan
Unknown:
Mary Wimbush.
Unknown:
Middleton Woods

Second of two talks by Paul Bohannan , Ph.D.
Lecturer in Social Anthropology in the University of Oxford
The speaker suggests that a significant part of what is known as 'detribalisation' is the fact that formerly primitive societies are expanding at an unprecedented rate. He considers the theory advanced by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd that different relations of birth to death rates in a society produce marked changes in human character and aspirations.

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Unknown:
Paul Bohannan , Ph.D.
Unknown:
David Riesman

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