Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
BBC Scottish Orchestra (Leader, J. Mouland Begbie )
Conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt Berthold Goldschmidt's Clarinet Concerto was composed in 1954. It consists of three movements: Allegro moderato.Nocturne (Andante tranquillo), and a Finale (Allegro giocoso) which has the character of a Scherzo.
A discussion between
Margaret Macdonald Reader in Philosophy in the University of London and John Hospers
Associate Professor of Philosophy in the University of Minnesota
' The critic's job is to increase our understanding and appreciation of works of art.' What then is the philosopher's job in this connection?
A group of four Illustrated talks by W. H. George , Ph.D., F.inst.P.
Department of Physics,
Despite the great developments in acoustics since the start of broadcasting, many problems in musical acoustics are still treated in terms of, for example, the experiments of Helmholtz. As a result, a wide gap separates music and musical acoustics. In his first talk Dr. George discusses recent acoustic experiments and the changes in outlook needed for their interpretation.
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