Suite No. 5. In C minor for unaccompanied cello played by Pablo Casals on gramophone records .
A letter from Robert Laneham , an officer attendant at Court, to his good friend Master Humphrey Martin , containing part of the entertainment to Queen Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle in the Summer's Progress of 1575. Edited by Jane Marris
Read by Peter Woodthorpe Produced by Sasha Moorsom
Variations on a Hungarian fotk tune,
Rhapsody in F sharp minor, Op. 11
Pastorale (Hungarian Christmas
Adagio (Ruralia Hungarica)
Capriccio in A minor. Op. 23 No. 3 Intermezzo in F minor, Op. 2 No. 3
Valses nobles (Schubert— Dohnanyl) played by the composer
Last of three talks by J. Clyde Mitchell
Professor of African Studies,
University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland
When about three-quarters of the able-bodied men of an African village are away working in the mines or towns it is clear that the tribal structure and values, and the very existence of those left behind, may be seriously threatened. Professor Mitchell shows, however, that the effect varies greatly according to the mode of agriculture traditionally practised by a tribe. He believes that it is not the recurrent absence of men in itself which will break up the tribe, but the fact that the problem of food supply to the growing urban centres makes inevitable a drastic change in agricultural methods which strikes at the root of all tribal systems.
Symphony No. 9. in D minor
Sylvia Fisher (soprano)
Nan Merriman (contralto)
Richard Lewis (tenor)
Kim Borg (bass)
Edinburgh Royal Choral Union
(Chorus-Master, Herrick Bunney ) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader.Arthur Leavins )
Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt.
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
An imaginary chapter of autobiography by Dorothy Baker
(Continued in next column)
Production by Christopher Sykes
Gwendolen Mason (harp)
Dennis Brain , Neill Sanders
Edmund Chapman , Alfred Cursue
First of two talks by Elizabeth Zeeman
Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge with readings by Gary Watson from
'The Seafarer.' Beowulf'
' The Battle of Maldon '
' Sir Gawain and the Green Knight* and ' Piers Plowman '