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: BRITISH ORGAN MUSIC

FRANCIS JACKSON organ of York Minster on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Jackson

: NEW COMMENT

A weekly review of the arts
In this, edition:
LAURENCE KITCHIN on the English Stage Company's production of Julius Caesar , directed by Lindsay Anderson at the Royal Court Theatre
CHRISTINE BROOKE-ROSE discusses her new novel Out with ERIC RHODE

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Kitchin
Unknown: Julius Caesar
Directed By: Lindsay Anderson

: THE NEGRO IN AMERICA

Langston Hughes in this conversation with D. G. BRIDSON. Langston Hughes discusses the position of the Negro in America today. He assesses what has been achieved so far in the fight for Civil Rights, and gives his opinion as to how President Johnson's re-election will be likely to affect the Negro's future.
Produced by D. G. BRIDSON
Recorded in New York
James Baldwin and others on Negro Writing Today: Dec. 6

Contributors

Unknown: Langston Hughes
Unknown: D. G. Bridson.
Unknown: Langston Hughes
Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: James Baldwin

: THE QUIET GENIUS

Fifth of six programmes illustrating the career of Nikos Skalkottas
At the end of his life, Debussy wrote a number of works which for many years proved much harder to understand than most of his music. Tonight one of these is juxtaposed with a work for the same instruments by Skalkoltas.
DONNA MAGENDANZ (cello)
Piero GUARINO (piano)
Final programme, with late works by Skalkottas, Schoen berg, and Hindemith: Dec. 18

Contributors

Unknown: Nikos Skalkottas
Cello: Donna Magendanz
Piano: Piero Guarino

: FROM HEGEL TO HAMLET

Four talks by Erich Heller
2: The World of Things and the World of Inwardness
Erich Heller discusses some characteristic works of ' Romantic art ' which, by virtue of their preoccupation with external shapes,' seem to contradict Hegel's doctrine of the ' Romantic inwardness ': Flemish painting from the van Eycks to Quentin Massys, the ' naturalism ' of Rembrandt, and the Hellenism ef the Italian Rennaissance. Yet even there Erich Heller believes the Hegelian retreat of the' Spirit into human subjectivity can be seen to take its inevitable course-for instance. in Jan van Eyck 's painting of the Arnolfini, Michelangelo's Pieta Rondanini , or Rembrandt's late self-portraits.
The Prince of the Romantic Inwardness: December 9

Contributors

Unknown: Erich Heller
Unknown: Erich Heller
Unknown: Erich Heller
Unknown: Jan van Eyck
Unknown: Pieta Rondanini

: BYRD

THE ELIZABETHAN SINGERS Conductor. Louis HALSEY
SIMON PRESTON (organ)
Missa in Nativitate Sanctae Mariae Virginis to music from Gradualia Book 1 and Mass for five voices
Introit: Salve sancta Parens Kyrie eleison; Gloria
Gradual: Benedicta et venerabilis es
Alleluia Verse: Alleluia. Felix es, sacra Virgo Maria
Organ: A fancy Credo
Offertory: Beataes, Virgo Maria Organ: A Voluntarie for my ladye Nevell
Sanctus: -Benedictus Agnus Dei
Communion Verse: Beata viscera
Introduced by Jeremy Noble
Recorded at a public concert on July 16 at the Guild Church of St. Andrew. Holborn Viaduct. London followed by an interlude at 10.5S

Contributors

Conductor: Louis Halsey
Conductor: Simon Preston
Unknown: Parens Kyrie
Introduced By: Jeremy Noble

: THE NEWS

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