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Das Buch der hangenden Garten Untcrm Schutz von dichten Blauergrunden; Hain in diesen Paradiesen: Als Neuling trat ich cin in dein Gehege; Da meine Lippen
-reglos sind und brennen; Saget mir auf welchem I'fade; Jcdem Werke bin ich furder tot; Angst und Hoffen wechselnd mich beklemmen; Wenn ich heut nicht deinen Leib beruhre; Streng ist uns das Glück und sprodc; Das schtine Beet betracht ich mir im Harren: Als wir hinter dem bebliimten Tore; Wenn sich bei heiliger Ruh in tiefen Matten; Du lehnest wider eine Silberweide; Spricht nicht immer; Wir bevolkerten die abend-dustern Lauben
Suzanne Danco (roprano) with Ernest Lush (piano)


Unknown: Jcdem Werke
Unknown: Suzanne Danco


by Ernest Gellner
Lecturer in Philosophy
In the University of London
1-The Holy Word
Mr. Gellner considers the reasons urged in favour of using language as a basis of philosophical enquiry, and gives his opinion that modern thinkers attach too much importance to the dictionary.


Unknown: Ernest Gellner


Chaconne (1916): Suite (1919) played by Liza Fuchsova (piano)


Piano: Liza Fuchsova


CHARLES ISSAWI speaks about the various attempts to effect an agricultural revolution now being made in Egypt, Syria, and Iraq. He refers to Doreen Warriner 's recent book Land Reform and Development in theMiddle East.
Mr. Issawi is Lebanese by extraction and is at present Associate Professor in Near and Middle East Economics, Columbia University.


Unknown: Charles Issawi
Unknown: Doreen Warriner

: Edinburgh International Festival

Convivium Musicum
(Chamber Orchestra of the Bayerischer
Rundfunk Symphony Orchestra
Karl Bobzien (flute) Kurt Katmus (oboe) Erich Keller (violin)
Margarete Scharitzer (harpsichord)
Else Wackerbauer (harp)
From the Usher Hall. Edinburgh
Part 1: Bach
OVERTURE in C. for two oboes, bassoon, and strings
BRANBENBURC CONCERTO. No. 5, in D for - flute, violin, harpsichord, and strings


Flute: Karl Bobzien
Oboe: Kurt Katmus
Violin: Erich Keller
Harpsichord: Margarete Scharitzer
Harp: Else Wackerbauer

: C. Day Lewis Hugh Burden, Valentine Dyall in 'BRUNO THE NOLAN, CALLED THE NUISANCE'

A sequence of three poems with a prelude by Helen Spalding


Unknown: Helen Spalding


Part 2: Mozart
CONCERTO in C: for flute, harp, and orchestra (K.299)
Divertimento in D. for oboe, two horns, and strings (K.251)


by Rene Hague based on the thirteenth-century French poem
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Songs set to the contemporary airs of Adam de la Halle arranged by Denis Stevens sung by Marjorie Westbury , Denis Quilley and Ian Wallace with Harry Danks (viola da gamba)
Osian Ellis (harp)
Dennis Nesbitt (viola d'aniore)
Christopher Taylor (recorder)
Directed by Denis Stevens


Unknown: Rene Hague
Production By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Adam de la Halle
Arranged By: Denis Stevens
Sung By: Marjorie Westbury
Sung By: Denis Quilley
Sung By: Ian Wallace
Viola: Harry Danks
Harp: Osian Ellis
Viola: Dennis Nesbitt
Unknown: Christopher Taylor
Directed By: Denis Stevens
The Knight: Denis Quilley
The Lady: Marjorie Westbury
The Duke: Ian Wallace
The Duchess: Daphne Jonason
The Maid: Janette Richtr
The Narrator: Richard Hurndall


Aeolian String Quartet

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