Mattiwilda Dobbs (soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Story by Giovanni Papini
Translated fiom the Italian by W. J. Strachan
Read by Ladman Browne
Monique Haas (piano)
A monthly review of current questions in architecture and town planning
Modem American Factories by William Allen , A.R.I.B.A.
William Allen , who recently visited the U.S.A., speaks about the ideas and achievements of American factory designers. Mr. Allen is on die staff of the Building Research Station of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
An appreciation by Patric Dickinson
Others taking part:
Oliver Burt , Valentine Dyall
Malcolm Graeme , Anthony Jacob , and James McKechnie
Production by Joe Burroughs
Mass in E minor
Danish State Radio Choir and the woodwind and brass of the Danish State Radio
Conductor, Mogens Woldike
(Recording made available by courtesy of Statsnadiofonien)
Bruckner's Masses in D minor, E minor, and F minor were all written during the years 1863-9, while be was organist at Linz cathedral. The E m:nor Mass was first sung in September 1869 at the consecration of a now chapel in the cathedral, It is dedicated to Bruckner's bishop, who paid him two hundred florins for it-much to the composer's surprise. In contrast to the two other Masses, the E minor Mass is primarily vocal, and the interest centres almost entirely in the choral writing. The chorus is divided into eight pants and is accompanied by double woodwind (wi'thout flutes) and brass. The mood alternates between humble piety and eruberant, high-spirited pra;se.
Talk by T. B. Smith Professor of Scots Law in the University of Aberdeen
In the second of his two talks Professor Smuth considers the Scott law of marriage.
Clavierubung, Part 3
Third of four programmes played by Helmut Walcha (organ)
Jesus Christus unser Heiland; Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu Dir; Vater unser im Himmelreich: Christ unser Herr zum Jordan Kam; Fugue in E flat on gramophone records
by Professor Paul Tillch of the Union Theological Seminary,
New York Professor Tillich visited this country last summer to give a series of lectures at Nottingham University, and this talk is based on ideas from these lectures. He discusses the meaning of the concepts of love, power, and justice from the point of view that they all have their roots in the depth of ultimate reality. He believes that it is impossible to think about them fruitfully without thinking about their sources in the nature of man and beyond this in the nature of life itself.
London Symphony Orchestra