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: PROSPECT

Planned Sprawl by H. Myles Wright
Lever Professor of Civic Design in the University of Liverpool

Contributors

Unknown: H. Myles Wright

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Vivian Joseph (cello)
Margaret Chamberlain (piano)

Contributors

Cello: Vivian Joseph
Piano: Margaret Chamberlain

: ANCIENT MEXICAN POETRY

Translated and introduced by Irene Nicholson
Readers:
Alured Weigall , Anthony White
Produced by Sasha Moorsom
At the time of the Spanish conquest of Mexico in 1519 the Franciscan monks preserved some of the poems of the Indians by phonetic transcriptions of the original Nahuatl language. Irene Nicholson has drawn her selection from recent Spanish versions of these poems by Monsenor Angel Maria Garibay.

Contributors

Introduced By: Irene Nicholson
Readers: Alured Weigall
Readers: Anthony White
Produced By: Sasha Moorsom
Unknown: Monsenor Angel Maria Garibay.

: BRUCKNER

Symphony No. 8, in C minor
Final version edited by Leopold Nowak played by the Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra,
Vienna
Conducted by Jascha Horenstein on gramophone records

Contributors

Edited By: Leopold Nowak
Conducted By: Jascha Horenstein

: THE KNIFE-GRINDERS

The first of two talks on some modern Italian philosophers by Ferruccio Rossi-Landi
Lecturer in Philosophy at Milan University
In this talk the speaker considers the so-called Italian Pragmatists, a group of philosophers active just before the first world war who can be regarded as forerunners of analytical philosophy.
In his second talk, on December 28,
Signor Rossi-Landi will consider the position of Giovanni Gentile and Benedetto Croce in Italian life.

Contributors

Unknown: Ferruccio Rossi-Landi
Unknown: Signor Rossi-Landi

: GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
4-The Last Phase

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Watson
Unknown: Maurice Brown

: RECITAL

Valda Aveling (clavichord)

: GAELIC SONGS OF SCOTLAND

3-Songs of Rob Donn Mackay sung and introduced by J. C. M. Campbell
Rob Donn (1714-1778) was brought up in the now deserted valley of Strath-more, Sutherland, and in the village of Skcrray on the north coast of Scotland. He never learned to read or write or to speak English, but he remains the greatest poet of the northern highlands.

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Donn MacKay
Introduced By: J. C. M. Campbell
Introduced By: Rob Donn

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