STANISLAV HELLER (harpsichord) HARP TRIO of the WIGMORE ENSEMBLE Geoffrey Gilbert (flute) Frederick Riddle (viola) Maria Korchinska (harp)
Recorded on April 11 before an Invited audience In the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House. London
A group of six talks
5: Social Pathology by W. J. H. SPROTT
Professor of Psychology In the University of Nottingham
Against the background of our changing society Professor Sprott considers some of our own changing attitudes towards social problems such as poverty and crime-Last talk: June 20
†Illustrated talk by ROBERTO GERHARD
Flamenco, as practised bv sinaers, dancers, and guitar-players in Andalusia, is popularly regarded as the most characteristic form of Spanish folk music. Roberto Gerhard challenges this view and draws attention to the lesser-known and more primitive folk music of Spain.
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