Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Die Allmacht; Im Friihling: Du bist
Qie Ruh’; Fischerweise Brahms Llebestreu: Sapphische Ode; Von eWlger Liebe; Therese; Das Madchen spricht; Die Mainacht; Der Schmied
Four programmes about organs with less than 25 speaking stops
2-The Flentrop Organ at Groenlo, Holland played by Piet Kee
The instrument described and the Music introduced by Cecil Clutton
The Marcussen Organ at Jaegersborg,
Copenhagen: January 19
ALASDAIR MACINTYRE , Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Leeds, considers the difference between ' what I really want' and ' what I think I want.' Moral discourse is concerned with both, and moral rules help to adjust the relation between them.
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