Symphony No. 31, in D
Eilidh McNab (soprano) Janet Fraser (contralto) Alexander Young (tenor)
George James (bass)
Martindale Sidwell (organ)
London Chamber Singers
London Chamber Orchestra
(Leader, Andrew Cooper )
Conductor, Anthony Bernard
Tenth in a series of programmes of Haydn's choral works
Talk by Ruth Landes , Ph.D. formerly Research Consultant
In Anthropology, Columbia University The speaker'bflieves that with the growing number of coloured people in Britain the country ' is faced by a problem unique in its history, which cannot be handled by traditional methods.* She examines the meaning and operation of racial prejudice ' in this country, and contrasts the position with that in the U.S.A.
4-Songs of the Sea
Introduced by D. G. Bridson
Burl Ives recently recorded more than 120 folk songs and ballads for Encyclopaedia Britannica Films. This series of six programmes is drawn from the six albums.
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