Produced by Michel Saint-Denis and performed in French by actors of La ComMie de 1'Est
Cast in order of speaking:
Talk by David Cairns
Lecturer in Divinity in the University of Aberdeen
Dr. Cairns had already written a book with the title of this talk when he turned to « recent publication Nature and Man in Biblical Thought by E. C. Rust. In this talk Dr. Oairns reviews Dr. Rust's book.
by E. R. Dodds
Regius Professor of Greek in the University of Oxford
A shortened version of the second of the two Lewis Frv Memorial Lectures delivered in the University of Bristol earlier this year.
The Cyclic Mass:
Missa Rex seculorum
Transcribed and edited by Manfred F. Bukofzer
Director, Henry Washington
Virtuoso Chamber Ensemble
Plainchant; Antiphon Rex seculorum Gloria Credo
Speciosa facta es
Introduced by Jeremy Noble
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