A series of six talks on the aesthetic of Gregorian Chant, by Father Bernard McElligott , O.S.B. ,and Alec Robertson
With illustrations specially recorded by the Benedictine Monks of Quarr Abbey, under the direction of Dom Aldhelm Dean
1-' Speech-Melody and Recitative 'by Father Bernard McElligott
Settings of poems by Goethe
Alexandra Trianti (soprano)
Frederick Stone (piano)
Four of Mignon's songs from
' Wilhelm Meister
Heiss mich nicht reden
Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt
So lasst mich scheinen
Kennst du das Land
Gleich und gleich
Fruhling tiber's Jahr
G. M. Trevelyan , O.M. on ' Macaulay and the sense of optimism '
Dr. G. M. Trevelyan , Master of Trinity College. Cambridge, is the son of Sir George Otto Trevelyan , who was both Macaulay's nephew and his biographer. He speaks of Macaulay and the spirit of his times in a double capacity-as an historian in his own right and as one whose name is linked with that of his subject
Dr. G. M.
Sir George Otto
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