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: BACH

Partita No. 4, in D played by Walter Emery (harpsichord)

Contributors

Harpsichord: Walter Emery

: AUTHORITY IN THE CHURCH

A conversation
Speakers:
Ernest A. Payne , D.D. General Secretary of the Baptist Union
D. E. Nineham
Professor of Divinity
In the University of London
Bernard Leeming , S.J.
This is the first of three discussions concerned with the meaning and function of authority in religion.
Christians agree that God mediates his authority to the Church; but they do not at present agree on how that authority is mediated, or in what degree.
Each ' denomination ' tends to form a collective-and distinctive-view of Church authority. The contributors to this discussion-Baptist, Anglican, Roman Catholic— speak as individuals, but as individuals fully committed to three sharply differing traditions within Western Christendom.
Authority of Scripture: April 20

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest A. Payne
Unknown: Bernard Leeming

: ROUSSEL

Quartet in D, Op. 45 played by the Aeolian String Quartet: Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
Third of five programmes of French string quartets

Contributors

Violin: Sydney Humphreys
Violin: Trevor Williams
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: Derek Simpson

: JANACEK'S OPERAS

A talk by Desmond Shawe-Taylor Illustrated on gramophone records with excerpts from operas, including
The Cunning Little Vixen' and ' The House of the Dead '

Contributors

Talk By: Desmond Shawe-Taylor

: RED BIRD DANCING ON IVORY

A programme of poetry and jazz
Written by Christopher Logue
Music composed by Tony Kinsey and Bill Ie Sage played by the Tony Kinsey Quintet: Les Condon (trumpet) Ken Wray (trombone) Kenny Napper (bass)
Bill Ie. Sage (vibes and piano)
Tony Kinsey (drums)
This sequence of poems is freely adapted from the Spankh of Pablo Neruda.
Reader, Christopher Logue
Co-ordination by Charles Fox Produced by D. S. Carne-Ross

Contributors

Written By: Christopher Logue
Composed By: Tony Kinsey
Unknown: Les Condon
Unknown: Ken Wray
Bass: Kenny Napper
Piano: Tony Kinsey
Reader: Pablo Neruda.
Reader: Christopher Logue
Unknown: Charles Fox
Produced By: D. S. Carne-Ross








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