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7: THE HUMAN CLIMATE A conversation between
Mrs. Hung-Ying Bryan Richard Harris
Nicholas Wollaston
How has Communism affected the ordinary Chinese man, woman, and child. The speakers discuss its impact as each of them felt it reflected in the human climate during recent visits to China.


Unknown: Mrs. Hung-Ying Bryan
Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Nicholas Wollaston


Dorothy Dorow (soprano) Jean Allister (contralto) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Frost (bass)
Ambrosian Singers Charles Spinks organ and harp&ichord
English Chamber Orchestra Leader. Emanuel Hurwits Conducted by Arnold Goldsbrough Part 1: Handel
Chandos Anthem No. 10: The Lord is my Light
Concerto Grosso in E minor, Op. 6
No. 3
From St. Gabriel's, Cricklewood


Soprano: Dorothy Dorow
Contralto: Jean Allister
Tenor: Edgar Fleet
Bass: John Frost
Singers: Charles Spinks
Leader: Emanuel Hurwits
Conducted By: Arnold Goldsbrough


by H. D. Lewis
Professor of the History and Philosophy of Religion King's College, London Mysterious Godhead
In the second of three talks based on the Wilde Lectures delivered at Oxford in 1960, Professor Lewis considers various uses of the concept ' mystery ' in relation to science, to persons, and to God as total or irreducible mystery.


Unknown: H. D. Lewis


Part 2: Bach
Cantata No. 79: Gott, der Herr. tat
Sonit' und Schild


Illustrated talk by Peter Stadlen
The adoption of atonality and the twelve-note system by Schoenberg and Webern was once considered by many musicians to be one of the most profound developments in twentieth-century music; but recent trends on the Continent have led to a reappraisal of this view. While the second Viennese school evolved a new approach to the technique of composition, the emergence of electronic music during the last decade has caused a reconsideration of the innermost nature of music itself.
The illustrations for this talk include recordings of both instrumental and electronic music made last year at the festivals of contemporary music at Darmstadt and Cologne.


Talk By: Peter Stadlen

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