Viewpoint by Marshall Baron, of Bulawayo, The Chronicle
It is difficult to make a sober assessment of Captain E.M. Channing-Renton’s paintings now-on-show at Meikles. More than 150 paintings have been crowded together on a small wall area, giving the exhibition a regrettable resemblance to an oriental market.
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The Rhodesian Academy of Music lunch-hour concert yesterday followed the yearly practice of featuring some of the pupils who had achieved special success in the eisteddfod. As many of the youngsters figure annually, it was interesting to record their progress. have
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There are a few works in music which inhabit some knife-edge between jubilation and tragedy, miraculously participating in both, but submerged in neither. Among these are Mozart’s Grosse Fugue and the final Hallelujah in the minor key in Bach’s cantata, Christ Lag in Todesbanden.
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