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: CHAMBER MUSIC

Jack Brymer (clarinet) Raymond Cohen (violin)
Henry Bronkhurst (piano)

Contributors

Clarinet: Jack Brymer
Violin: Raymond Cohen
Piano: Henry Bronkhurst

: GANDHI

by Francis Watson and Maurice Brown
Four programmes illustrating the life, work, and personality of the Mahatma: drawn from the recorded memories of those who knew him in South Africa, India, and England.
3-Gandhi in England
Edited and narrated by Francis Watson
The recorded voices of those taking part include: The Earl of Halifax, Viscount Templewood, Lord Pethick-Lawrence, Gilbert Murray, H. N. Brailsford. Verrier Elwin, Glorney Bolton, Horace Alexander, C. H. Haworth, Muriel Lester, Martha Rollason, Mrs. Barton Albert Docker. Clare Sheridan, Miraben (Miss Slade), Sir Mirza Ismail, Apa Pant, M. R. Jayakar. B. R. Ambedkar. Dr. Ashraf. Raja Hutheesingh, G. D. Birla, B. Prem, Pyarelal Nayar, Kaka Kalelkar
Production by Maurice Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Watson
Unknown: Maurice Brown
Unknown: Francis Watson
Production By: Maurice Brown

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Geza Anda (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Malcolm Sargent
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Geza Anda
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: THE USES OF EDUCATION

by Wayne C. Booth
This is a reply to the talk ' The Future of the Humanities' by J. P. Corbett . Mr. Corbett argued that the traditional forms of university instruction in the Humanities are due for a 'fundamental reorientation ': they must adjust themselves to the needs of students whose education will have been mainly scientific.
Dr. Booth is an American scholar and educationist at present working in this country.

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne C. Booth
Unknown: J. P. Corbett

: SOME AFRICAN CHILDREN'S SONGS

Illustrated talk by H. U. Beier
Mr. Beier recorded the illustrations for this talk while he was living with the Yoruba and Ishan peoples of Western Nigeria. The songs range from lullabies, singing games, and nonsense songs to the songs of the various children's societies--such as the Egbe, the Yoruba spirit children.

Contributors

Talk By: H. U. Beier

: FRANCOIS COUPERIN

Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Dix-Huitieme Ordre
La Vernevillt; La Vernevillette; Soeur Monique; Le Turbulent; L'Attendrisfante; Le Tic-Toc-Choc; Le Gaillard boitcux
Vingt-Deuxleme Ordre
Le Trophée; Airs pour la Suite du Trophée: Le Point du Jour; L'Anguille; Lc Croc en jambe; Mcnucts croises; Les Tours de Passe-Passe
Last of a series of programmes

Contributors

Harpsichord: Thurston Dart

: A RECITAL

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
(baritone) on gramophone records
DerEinsame; Frühlingssehnsucht Im
Abendroth (Schubert): Gerald Moore (piano)
Die Zufriedene; Der Wachtelschlag
(Beethoven): Hertha Klust (piano)
Genialisch Treiben ; Anakreons Grab-Lebewohl
(Wolf): Gerald Moore (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Gerald Moore
Piano: Hertha Klust
Piano: Genialisch Treiben
Piano: Anakreons Grab-Lebewohl
Piano: Gerald Moore








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