Gerhard Hüsch (baritone) with Ernest Lush (piano)
Lieder um eine kleine Stadt (Huber):
Am Fenster; Kleinstadt im Friihling; Der Kirchturm; Regen, Regen falle;
Feldblumen Spielmannslieder , Op. 77 (Sergei):
Ihr ewigen Sterne; Spielmannssehnen; Tanzlied; Wenn der Wein nicht war ... ; Ich sang mich durch das deutsche Land
Lieder um den Tod, Op. 62 (Morgenstern) :
Voglein Schwermut ; Auf einem verfallenen Kirchhof; Der Tod und der einsame Trinker: Winternacht; Der Saemann: Unverlierbare Gewahr
from the novel by David Karp wit h Marjorie Mars , Charles Hodgson and Allan McClelland
Adapted and produced by Nesta Pain
Two talks on Newman by J.M. Cameron, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Leeds
If we cannot decide between faith and unbelief by logical demonstration, how then? In his second talk Mr. Cameron discusses Newman's positive doctrine of the conscience, "the essential principle and sanction of Religion in the mind."
Talk by Daniel Bell
Lecturer in Sociology at
Columbia University, New York
In this talk Mr. Bell considers what he terms the ' irrational yet necessary ' role of advertising in changing the values and habits of Western society.
Allegri String Quartet:
Eli Goren (violin)
James Barton (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) William Pleeth (cello)
This is the last of three programmes in which the three quartets of Berwald (1796-1868) have been played for the first time in this country, together with the three quartets of Arriaga (1806-1826)
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