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: AFRICAN AND AMERICAN NEGRO MUSIC

Illustrated talk by Bruno Nettl
Dr Nettl contends that the African influence on American Negro music is mainly apparent in the techniques of performance.

Contributors

Talk By: Bruno Nett

: CHAMBER MUSIC

Suddeutsches Kammertrio:
Horst Gabloffsky (violin)
Sebastian Ladwig (cello)
Hans Altmann (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Horst Gabloffsky
Cello: Sebastian Ladwig
Piano: Hans Altmann

: ' ELECTRIC'

See foot of page followed by an Interlude at 7,50

: THE SATURDAY CONCERT

BBC Chorus
(Chorus Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard)
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Part l (poem by Robert Bridges)
(organ, Charles Spinks )
See page 7

Contributors

Chorus Master: Leslie Woodgate
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson
Unknown: Charles Spinks

: MOVEMENTSOF POLITICAL OPINION

A talk by J. Enoch Powell , M.P.
Mr. Powell considers some changes in relationship between the candidate and the voter, and how far they affect the way in which people vote.

Contributors

Talk By: J. Enoch Powell

: THE ILIAD

' Odysseus and Agamemnon '
BOOK 14. lines 1-108
Translated by Edwin Morgan
' The Deception of Zeus'
BOOK 14. lines 147-362
Translated by lain Fletcher
' The Burning of the Ships'
BOOK 15, lines 603-746
Translated by Peter Ferguson
Read by Denis McCarthy
Series arranged by D. S. Carne-Ross Sixth of twelve readings from Homer's Iliad in new translations by different hands.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 9)

Contributors

Translated By: Edwin Morgan
Translated By: Lain Fletcher
Translated By: Peter Ferguson
Read By: Denis McCarthy
Arranged By: D. S. Carne-Ross

: ORGAN RECITAL

by Arnold Richardson

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Richardson

: FOLK SONG MORALITY

ROBERT GRAVES reviews The Idiom of the People, James Reeves 's study of the original manuscript versions of the songs collected by Cecil Sharp
(The .recorded broadcast of October 5)

Contributors

Unknown: James Reeves
Unknown: Cecil Sharp








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