Lucerne Festival Strings
Directed and led by Rudolf Baumgartnetr
Fantasia of four parts
(June 11, 1680)
Fantasia of seven parts
Fantasia in five parts
(upon one note)
Concerto in D, for three violins and strings
Bach, reconstructed Baumgartner
Moralist * Scientist
A Celestial Interlude by T. S. GREGORY
Was Job a victim of the naturalistic fallacy, vainly seeking reasons where none exist
Remembering that all philosophers, and all their fallacies, are contemporary in the sight of God, the author of this philosophical conversation allows, himself to range freely and satirically among them. His own view is that ' the Book of Job is one of the earliest apologies for Science. and states the conditions in which Science comes to birth.'
Other voices by Anne Beresford
Denis McCarthy and Brian Wilde
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME
Voice of Job:
is LEWIS MUMFORD 'S description of the city in this recorded conversation with Graeme Shankland , architect and town planner. Mr. Mumford elucidates his present attitude to large cities, to regional life, and other issues that he first wrote about in The Culture of Cities in 1938. This summer Lewis Mumford received the 1961 Gold Medal for Architecture from the Royal Society of British Architects.
Three programmes on the traditions, songs, and dances of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland
2: Northern Rhodesia
Introduced by Hugh Tracey
Director of the International Library of African Music who has spent many years recording the traditional folk music of African peoples
: second broadcast
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