Frederick Grinke (violin)
Paul Tortelier (cello)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
From the Royal Albert Hall, London
conducted by the composer
See page 33
A melodrama by EZRA POUND based upon the poetry of Frangois Villon The Singers:
John Baddelev. George Curzon
Anthony Hall. Frank Partington Malcolm Haves. Lewis Stringer Vivienne Chatterton. Peggy Butt Godfrey Kenton. Rolf Lefebvre Commentary spoken by Denis Goacher
Music arranged by Murray Schafer Musical adviser, Alexander Goehr New Music Ensemble conducted by John Carewe Produced by D. G. BRIDSON
As the result of a series of remarkable fossil discoveries in various parts ot Africa our knowledge of the evolution of Man has made enormous strides.
The present picture is discussed by: KENNETHOAKLEY of the British Museum (Natural History) and J. S. WEINERof the Department of Anatomy, University of Oxford with ARCHIE CLOW in the chair
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