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Cynthia Jolly (soprano) Thomas Rajna (piano)
Bongs:
Busan csorog a lomb (Sadly rustics the wood); Elfojtodas (Suppressed tears); A tavasz (Spring)
Piano:
Szeckely keserves (Transylvanian sorrow); II pleure dans mon coeur comme il pleut our la ville; Epitaphe; Szeckely Song (Seven Pieces, Op. II)
Songs:
Akkor szep az erd5 (Love song); Kocsi, szeker (Peasant girl's song); Ludaim, ludaim (My geese); A bubanat keseruseg (The bitterness of grief); Asszony, asszony (Humorous dialogue)

Contributors

Soprano:
Cynthia Jolly
Piano:
Thomas Rajna

Bertrand Russell , O.M. proposes a theory which he thinks resolves some of the traditional perplexities about our knowledge of the world
He does not pretend, he says, that this theory can be proved; but he contends that, like theories of physics, it cannot be disproved and that no prudent person will claim more than this for any theory.

Contributors

Unknown:
Bertrand Russell , O.M.

A documentary account of the great French poet's years In London, Lincolnshire, and Bournemouth, and of his briefer stays in Lymington, Oxford, and Salford
Compiled and produced by Terence Tiller with Catherine Salkeld
June Tobin , John Bryning Howard Marion-Crawford
William Devlin , Frank Duncan
Carleton Hobbs , James McKechnie
David March , Eric Phillips Keith Pyott , Arthur Young

Contributors

Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Unknown:
Catherine Salkeld
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June Tobin
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John Bryning
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Howard Marion-Crawford
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William Devlin
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Frank Duncan
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Carleton Hobbs
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James McKechnie
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David March
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Eric Phillips
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Keith Pyott
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Arthur Young

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