A group of four talks by Tibor Mende
4-Challenge to the West
After recently revisiting Asia-in particular India, Japan, and China—M.
Mende feels that these three countries, containing nearly half the world's population, together form a triangle within which the fate of the West and thus of the whole world may be decided.
In his final talk M. Mende, summing up his impressions of China, Japan, and India, examines the attitude of the West to these countries and its effect on them, and calls for a new Western approach to them and to other backward countries.
LIEDERKREIS (Heine), Op. 24
Morgens steh' ich auf und frage; Es treibt mich hin; Ich wandclte unter den Baumen; Lieb' Liebchen, leg's Handchen; Schone Wiege meiner Leiden; Warte, warte, wilder Schiffsmann; Berg und Burgen schau'n herunter; An-fangs wollt' ich fast versagen, Mit Myrten und Rosen
SECHS GEDICHTE. Op. 90
Lied eines Scbmiedes; Meine Rose; Kommen und Scheiden; Die Sennin; Einsamkeit; Der schwere Abend; Requiem
Alexander Young (tenor)
Josephine Lee (piano)
Last of four programmes
A discussion between
Professor of Zoology
In the University of Harvard and A. J. Cain
In the University of Oxford
In The Origin of Species, published a hundred years ago this year, the principal problem that Darwin did not solve was, in fact, the origin of species-he was more concerned to establish natural selection as a means of evolutionary change within a population.
Professor Mayr claims that the real origin of species is a comparatively recent discovery made primarily by students of avian systematics, and he discusses this thesis with Dr. Cain.
Gruppen fur drei Orchester played by the Cologne Radio
Conducted by Bruno Maderna , Pierre Boulez and Karlheinz Stockhausen
(Recording made available by courtesy of Westdeutscher Rundfunk)
The music introduced by John Carewe
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