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: THE WORLD OF RUTH DRAPER

tHENRY REED introduces recordings of some of Ruth Draper 's most famous monologues as a basis for a critical assessment of her achievement as an artist
In this programme:
The Italian lesson
A debutante at a dance
On the porch of a Maine coast village

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Draper

: WOLF, FAURE AND MAHLER

† ERNA SPOORENBERG (soprano) with REX STEPHENS (piano) Wolf
Goethe Lieder
Blumengruss Gleich und Gleich Die
Sprode Nimmer will ich dich verlieren!
Fauri Nell
Rêve d'amour Sylvie
Le voyageur
Mahler
Liebst du um Schonheit
Ich atmet' einen linden Duft Um schlimme Kinder artig zu machen
Wo die schonen Trompeten blasen

Contributors

Soprano: Erna Spoorenberg
Piano: Rex Stephens
Unknown: Blumengruss Gleich
Unknown: Sprode Nimmer

: ON THE HISTORY OF LOGIC

t Three talks by A. N. PRIOR
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Manchester 1: The End of a Myth
The myth is that logic had no history between Aristotle and Russell. There have been three great creative periods in the history of logic: classical, medieval, and contemporary. Professor Prior considers the revival under Peirce, Boole. and De Morgan.

Contributors

Unknown: A. N. Prior

: ORGANS OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL

2: Mafra Palace, Portugal
GERAINT JONES (organ) POLYPHONIA OF LISBON
Conductor,
MARIO DE SAMPAYO RIBEIRO
† Second of six programmes introduced by Geraint Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Geraint Jones
Introduced By: Geraint Jones

: THE VISION OF JUDGMENT

A satirical poem by LORD BYRON
Read by Marius Goring t Second broadcast

Contributors

Read By: Marius Goring








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