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Peter Wallfisch (piano)

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Piano: Peter Wallfisch

: THE QUEST FOR MEANING IN HISTORY

Talk by Rudolf Bultmann
Read by the Rev. E. H. Robertson
The name of Bultmann is associated with the demythologising controversy. The main critics of his point of view have been seriously troubled about his attitude to historical happenings. In this talk he turns his attention to history and asks what kind of a pattern modern man expects to find in history. He claims that it is impossible for man to stand outside history and judge its movements and meaning. The nature of man is that he is totally at the mercy of history. In history there is nothing of absolute value: all values are relative.
A Demythologised Sermon: Sept. 16

Contributors

Talk By: Rudolf Bultmann
Unknown: Rev. E. H. Robertson

: Folk Songs of Yugoslavia

Male-voice ensemble of the Croatian National Opera, Zagreb
Conductor, Stanislav Simunic
Ni mi volja (Without hope): Pij, mila, pij (Drink, darling, drink); Momacka (Bovs' song); Malo ja (Little love); Drma mi se subara (My hat goes up and down in the dance); Crez Izaro (Above the mountain lake); Cej so tiste stazice (The old path); Zunica (Song of the mountain bird); Nase snehe (Our daughters-in-law); Pusci me (My dear mother); Imala baba (Grandmother's child); Sano duso (Sano, my beloved); Sitan tanac (Men's dancing song)

Contributors

Conductor: Stanislav Simunic
Unknown: Crez Izaro

: DRAINS AND PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY

Talk by Geoffrey Sawer
Professor in the Australian National University. Canberra, Research School of Social Sciences
Public drainage systems are a part of the general revolution known as the Welfare State.' How then does the law define public responsibility? Professor Sawer seeks a practical illustration.

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Talk By: Geoffrey Sawer

: Edinburgh International Festival

BACH
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Szymon Goldberg
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Part 1
Violin Concerto in E
(violin, Szymon Goldberg )
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, in D

Contributors

Conductor: Szymon Goldberg
Violin: Szymon Goldberg

: A TALK WITH EINSTEIN

In the spring of 1925, when Einstein was working in Berlin, Esther Salaman was reading physics there. Mrs. Salaman recalls a morning walk and a conversation with Einstein.

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Salaman

: Edinburgh International Festival BACH

Part 2
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, in B flat Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, in F

: Stephen Murray and Raymond Huntley in 'A LEAK IN THE UNIVERSE'

by I. A. Richards
Incidental music by Roberto Gerhard

Contributors

Unknown: I. A. Richards
Music By: Roberto Gerhard

: RAVEL

Trois Poemes de Stephane Mallarme:
Soupir; Placet futile;
Surgi de la croupe et du bond sung by Suzanne Danco (soprano) with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Conducted by Ernest Ansermet on gramophone records

Contributors

Sung By: Suzanne Danco
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: EXCLUDING THE ARBITRARY

Some thoughts on Piet Mondrian by J. L. Martin

Contributors

Unknown: J. L. Martin








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