Talk by R. Gregor Smith
A collection of essays by Martin Buber has recently been published in German. In this talk Mr. Gregor Smith reviews the book and shows the nature of Buber's philosophy. The speaker believes that these essays are valid and fruitful far beyond the occasion of their writing and that they show a comprehensive grasp of the Jewish, the Christian, and the humanist strands in European history.
Irmgard Seefried (soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Auch kleine Dinge; Mir ward gesagt, du reisest in die Ferne; 0 war' dein Haus; Wer rief dich denn?; Ihr jungen Lcute; Was soil der Zorn; Du sagst mir, dass ich keine Furstin sei; Du denkst mit einem Fadchen mich zu fangen; Heut' Nacht erhob ich mich; Mein Liebstcr hat zu Tische mich geladen; Gesegnet sei das Grun; Man sagt mir, deine Mutter wollt' es nicht; Wie lange schon war immer mein Verlangen; Mein Liebster ist so klein; Wohl kenn ich Euren Stand; Nein, junger Herr; Mein Liebster singt; Wir haben beide lange Zeit geschwiegen; Wenn du, mein Liebster, steigst zum Himmel auf; Schweig einmal still; Verschling' der Abgrund meines Liebsten Hutte; Ich hab' in Penna einen Liebsten wohnen
Fifth of ten recitals of songs by Wolf
First of two talks by P. Leon
Professor of Classics at
University College, Leicester
The modern professor can trace his ancestry back to the Sophists of fifth-century Greece. It is their spirit, Professor Leon suggests in this talk, that is operative more and more in our present-day European civilisation, which is now rapidly becoming the only world civilisation.
by Wyndham Lewis
[Starring] Donald Wolfit, Raymond Huntley and James McKechnie
SCENE: OUTSIDE HEAVEN
with John Richmond. Eric Anderson, Martin Starkie. Richard George , Eric Lugg. Bryan Powley , Stanley Groome
Music composed and conducted by Walter Goehr
Produced by D. G. Bridson
Tony van Den
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