Sung by BETTY BANNERMAN and Eric GREENE
Geistliche Lieder und Arien :
Kornmt, Seelen, dieser Tag (Come, let us all this day)
Jesu, Jesu, du bist mein (Jesus, Josus, Thou art mine)
Dir. Dir, Jehovah, will ich singen (To Thee,
Jehovah, will I sing)
Jesu, meines Horzons Freud ' (Jesus, my heart's joy)
Harmonized by Bach :
0 Jesulein suss, 0 Jesulein mild (0 Saviour sweet, 0 Saviour kind)
Gott lobet noch (God lives still)
The President of the British Psycho-Analytical
Society : ' 'Dreams'
The interpretation of dreams, Freud has said, is the royal road to a knowledge of tlio part the unconscious plays in the mental life. Dreams of the night and day-dreams, pleasant or unpleasant, are inspired by something, hide something, or foretell something. The psycho-analyst takes you into this half-lit world, and, as far as modern knowledge allows, explains its mysteries to the enquiring mind.
In Celebration of the Twenty-first Birthday of THE ENGLISH FOLK DANCE SOCIETY
On March 31, 1932, the Folk Song Society and the English Folk Dance Society amalgamated into one Society, having as its object the study and practice of folk music, folk dancing, and kindred arts, the preservation of all survivals of these traditional arts in England, and the dissemination of knowledge and interest in them. The Folk Song Society was founded in 1898 with the primary purpose of ' discovering, collecting and publishing Folk Songs, Ballads and Tunes.' The Founder of the English Folk Dance Society was Cecil J. Sharp , whose work as a collector both of folk songs and dances had always had this ' difference '-that the antiquarian interest of his discoveries was to him a side issue, while his real desire was to discover and preserve in order to ruslore. The Society's work fell naturally into
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