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The Struggle to Feed the Towns
Talk by Edward Crankshaw correspondent on Soviet affairs for The Observer


Talk By: Edward Crankshaw


by Frank Glazer
Arthur Jacobs


Unknown: Frank Glazer
Unknown: Arthur Jacobs


Talk by C. F. Hickling
C.M.G., SC.D.
Fisheries Adviser. Colonial Office
As a means of overcoming protein shortage in the tropics, vigorous efforts are being made to increase the supply of fish from all sources, including fish farming. Dr. Hickling has recently returned from tours of a number of Colonial territories, where he has seen and advised on the work being done both to improve methods and to introduce fish farming into territories where it is at present not used.


Talk By: C. F. Hickling


Poems by some of Dante's contemporaries — Guido Guinizelli , Guido Cavalcanti , and Cino da Pistoia-read in Italian and in English translation.
Translations by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Ezra Pound. G. S. Fraser
Readers: Denis McCarthy , John Glen
Francesco Russo. Paolo Bellucci
Paolo Colacicchl
Introduced by G. S. Fraser


Unknown: Guido Guinizelli
Unknown: Guido Cavalcanti
Unknown: Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Unknown: Ezra Pound.
Readers: G. S. Fraser
Readers: Denis McCarthy
Readers: John Glen
Readers: Francesco Russo.
Unknown: Paolo Bellucci
Unknown: Paolo Colacicchl
Introduced By: G. S. Fraser


Symphony No. 2, in D, played by the NBC Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Arturo Toscaninl on gramophone records


Conducted By: Arturo Toscaninl


' The Follow-Through ' : second of two talks by Franklyn Kelsey


Unknown: Franklyn Kelsey


A legend of the Quiché Indians of Guatemala


A survey of Spanish music prepared by Roberto Gerhard and Lionel Salter
4-Music in the Reign of the Catholic Monarchs
Transcribed by Higinio Angles and recorded in Barcelona by Fllharmonia Vocal Ensemble:
Emilia Quer de Baucis (soprano)
Antonia Jorda (soprano)
Nuria Quer de Climent (contralto)
Francisco Paulet (tenor) Enrique Climent (bass)
Ars Musicae
Instrumental Ensemble:
Renata Tarrago
(minstrel's harp and lute)
Graciano Tarrago
(lute and bowed lyre)
Fernando Casanovas
(rebec, bass recorder, nakers)
(Continued in next column)
Otto Schwarz
(alto fldula and alto recorder) Maria Capdevila (tenor fldula)
Isabel Rocha
(alto recorder, positive organ, regal)
Andres Figueras (tenor recorder) Antonio Fuguera s (bass recorder)
Juan Cisa
(slide trumpet and Saracen trumpet)
Francisco Puertas (slide trumpet)
José Nadal (alto sackbut)
Directed by Jos Maria Lamafla
Introduced by Roberto Gerhard


Unknown: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Lionel Salter
Unknown: Higinio Angles
Soprano: Emilia Quer de Baucis
Soprano: Antonia Jorda
Soprano: Nuria Quer de Climent
Tenor: Francisco Paulet
Bass: Enrique Climent
Unknown: Renata Tarrago
Unknown: Graciano Tarrago
Unknown: Fernando Casanovas
Unknown: Otto Schwarz
Tenor: Maria Capdevila
Unknown: Isabel Rocha
Tenor: Andres Figueras
Unknown: Antonio Fuguera
Unknown: Juan Cisa
Unknown: Francisco Puertas
Unknown: José Nadal
Directed By: Jos Maria Lamafla
Introduced By: Roberto Gerhard


Riccardo Aragno , London correspondent of La Stampa , who has recently returned from a visit to Northern and Central Italy, describes some contrasting moods in his country.


Unknown: Riccardo Aragno
Unknown: La Stampa

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