of the eighteenth century
Trio in E minor, for flute, oboe, bassoon, and continuo (Tafelmusik, Part 2) (Telemann) : Wiesbadener Collegium Musicum
Trio in G minor, for two oboes and harpsichord (J. H. Roman): Ingnd KellestrBm and Rolf Lannerholm (oboes). Erik Arnbom (harpsichord) on gramophone records
Talk by Arthur Calder-Marshall
' Since the, author of Tom Jones was buried, no writer of fiction among us has been permitted to depict to his utmost power a man..... Society will not tolerate the Natural in our Art.' So Thackeray explained away his limitations, in the preface to Pendennis. Arthur Calder-Marshall suggests that in the new material made available by the publication of Thackeray's letters and private papers another and mo.re personal explanation can be found.
Four programmes devised and presented by Ernest Borneman with recordings made in the field by Arthur S. Alberts
4 — ' Cafe Music of Liberia '
A programme of modern African music which has its origin in British hymnody and ' the oom-pah jazz of the racoon coat era.'
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