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: MONTEVERDI

Vespers (1610)

: ANANCY AND TIGER

An Afro-Caribbean story retold by Jan Carew
Anancy, the famous spider of West
African folklore, was taken to the West Indies by the slaves. In later Caribbean society he is found to have moved from the forest to the town. He has become a sophisticated ' smart-man.'
Kai and Ichillibar, by Jan Carew :
November 6

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Unknown: Jan Carew
Unknown: Jan Carew

: MONTEVERDI

Vespers (1610): PART 2

: WHAT KIND OF ART SCHOOLS?

Talk by Basil Taylor
This is the first of two programmes considering the future of art education in this country in the light of the changes recently proposed by the Ministry of Education.
In this talk the speaker suggests that these proposals do not go far enough; he provides a preface to the second programme on the subject, a discussion among a group of those at present responsible for the training of artists and designers.

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Talk By: Basil Taylor

: NIELSEN

Theme and Variations (1916) played by Liza Fuchsova (piano)

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Piano: Liza Fuchsova

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