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: FOLK MUSIC OF GREECE

1: The Island of Skiathos and Roumeli Recorded and introduced by JAMES McNEISH
These songs were collected by James McNeish travelling with recording equipment chiefly in the mountain districts of Epirus and Roumeli among traditional semi-nomadic gypsy singers. This programme includes Miralogia, the Death Lament, which for religious reasons is not normally sung to strangers.
Epirus: March 13

Contributors

Introduced By: James McNeish
Unknown: James McNeish

: BEETHOVEN

Piano Sonatas
E flat major, Op. 7
A flat major, Op. 110 played bv
EDITH VOGEL
Eighteenth of a series containing all the sonatas
Op. 111. played by Michelangell: March 15 (Third)

Contributors

Unknown: Edith Vogel

: WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?

3: Signing on the dotted line by the Rev. G. B. CAIRD
Mansfield College, Oxford
Extra ecclesiam non salus. The Church springs from the Christ-event, but its role in history and its nature are ambiguous. Is it the Ark of Salvation, the elect of God, or the ' earnest ' of a new creation ?
Order and Evil, by Professor D M. MacKinnon : March 13

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. G. B. Caird
Unknown: M. MacKinnon

: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

† DOROTHY DOROW
(soprano)
ROSEMARY PHILLIPS (contralto)
LESLIE FYSON (tenor)
JOHN FROST (bass)
THE NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE
Conducted by JOHN CAREWE

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Dorow
Contralto: Rosemary Phillips
Tenor: Leslie Fyson
Tenor: John Frost

: LAW IN ACTION

Polygamy and the Limping Marriage by BRIAN HARVEY
Lecturer in Law in the University of Birmingham
English law does not recognise all foreign divorces. So a person may be regarded as divorced and therefore single abroad, but as married and unable to re-marry here-a situation known as the limping marriage. This creates particular difficulties for an innocent party seeking a divorce here, especially where the marriage was potentially polygamous. Mr. Harvey explains why he thinks there should be a more liberal attitude, Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Harvey








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