SANTHA RAMA RAO, who recently visited Leningrad, speaks about the bewilderment of the present inhabitants of Dostoevsky's flat who could not imagine why there was any interest in an author who wrote about ' such ordinary things.'
JOHN HOLLOWAY talks about Professor Frye's recent book, which attempts to provide literary criticism with a 'systematic basis'; and argues that the book may be a landmark even if it falls short of its intentions.
Aurele Nicolet (flute)
Edgar Shann (oboe)
Adolf Scherbaum (trumpet)
Yehudi Menuhin (violin)
Heinz Kirchner (viola)
Ulrich Koch (viola)
Oswald Uhl (viola da gamba)
(viola da gamba)
Klaus Haussler (cello)
Franz Ortner (double-bass)
Karl Richter (cembalo)
Instrumental Ensemble of the Bach Festival, Ansbach
Conducted by Karl Richter Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 Violin Concerto in A minor
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
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