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George Malcolm (harpsichord)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
'Leader, Henry Datyner )
Conducted by Manuel Rosenthal
From the Royal Festival Hall
Part 1
This is one of a series of concerts entitled Grand Tour de /a Musique, given by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, each of which is devoted to the music of a different country. A concert of Scandinavian music will be broadcast on April 14.


Harpsichord: George Malcolm
Leader: Henry Datyner
Conducted By: Manuel Rosenthal


A monthly series of talks
The Fossilised Fuel Industries by Dr. Georg Tugendhat industrialist and writer on energy policy
Dr. Tugendhat argues that the natural growth of the fuel industries has been frustrated by the rigid pattern imposed by the Nationalisation Acts. He suggests the present business objectives of the nationalised industries should be revised.


Unknown: Dr. Georg Tugendhat


Introduced by the author
Read by Anthony Jacobs. Martina Mayne and Anthony White


Read By: Anthony Jacobs.
Read By: Martina Mayne
Read By: Anthony White


First of two illustrated talks by Gerald Osborne
The speaker has lived in Andalucia for the last two years. He recorded some of the songs with the co-operation of La Emisora de Cordoba.


Unknown: Gerald Osborne

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