by Tibor Mende
Having lately visited both parts of Indo-China, or Viet-Nam, Tibor Mende compares political and economic developments in each area and assesses some outside influences at work on either side of their common frontier.
Studies in counterpoint, tonal organisation, and piano playing
Prelude; Fugue in C; Interlude; Fugue in G; Interlude; Fugue in F; Interlude; Fugue in A; Interlude; Fugue in E; Interlude; Fugue in E flat; Interlude' (March); Fugue in A flat; Interlude; Fugue in D; Interlude; Fugue in B flat; Interlude; Fugue in D flat: Interlude; Fugue in B (Canon),; Interlude (Waltz]; Fugue in F sharp; Postlude played by Franz Reizenstein (piano)
A topical programme on the arts, literature, and entertainment
Three speakers comment on whatever seems of most immediate interest in the world of the various arts: exhibitions, new productions in the theatre, new films and books. The programme includes a contribution on the play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by the Australian playwright Ray Lawler.
Stuart Piggott , L. R. Palmer John Brough , Moses I. Flnley
In the recent series of talks a number of controversial points have been put forward about the original Indo-Europeans: that they came from the region of the Black Sea, had settled agriculture, a feudal society, and a religion that mirrored the society's tripartite structure. The present discussion reflects some of the prevailing disagreements.
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