Bruce Boyce (baritone) Frederick Stone (piano)
AuftSsung: Totengrabers Heimwehe: Litanei
Das Ständchen; Heimweh (Wer in die Freunde); Peregrina 1; Peregrina 2: Auftrag; Epiphanias
Sixth of seven programmes of songs by Schubert and Wolf Donald Bell (baritone) and Ernest Lush (piano): March 3
by J. I. M. Stewart ('Michael Innes ')
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
This is the fifth of six programmes by J. I. M. Stewart on Shakespearean themes. The final programme is The Hawk and the Handsaw (March 28) in which Hamlet encounters a rationalising and psychological interpretation of his predicament such as has been brought to bear on Shakespeare's tragedy in modern timet.
J. I. M.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge:
Henry Crabb Robinson:
Walter Emery discusses a manuscript copied (c. 1770) in part by Benjamin Cooke, organist of Westminster Abbey
The music is in five sections, the first and last being versions of Bach's Prelude and Fugue in C (S.645)
Peter Hurford plays the music
The psychological theory of morab, obscured for a long time by the authority of Kant and the influence of the Utilitarians, shows signs of reviving. It was already alive In the days of Hartley and Adam Smith.
D. D. RAPHAEL , Lecturer in Philosophy in the University of Glasgow, discovers affinities between Adam Smith 's Theory of Moral Sentiments, published 1759, and Darwin and Freud.
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