An appreciation by S. R. K. Glanville
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge and Herbert Thompson Professor of Egyptology in the University
This is a shortened version of Professor Glanville's lecture given on June 17 at University College, London, in celebration of the centenary of Petrie's birth.
(Vulgate, Psalm 111)
Friederike Sailer (soprano) Lieselotte Kiefer (soprano)
Herbert Graf (tenor) Bruno Mueleer (bass)
Hermann Werdermann (bass)
Chamber Choir of the State Academy of Music, Stuttgart
Pro Musica Orchestra, Stuttgart
Conducted by Hans Grischkat on gramophone records
Talk by Lionel P. Smith
Head of the Agricultural Branch,
The amount and quality of agricultural crops depend greatly on the climate in which they grow. The speaker discusses how changes in climate, both natural and artificial, can be used to best effect in food production.
played by August Wenzinger (cello)Collegium Musicum Orchestra, Zurich Conducted by Paul Sacher played by the Basle Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Paul Sacher played by Edmund Cohanier (saxophone) Beromunster Studio Orchestra Conducted by Paul Burkhard
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