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: CONFESSION IS GOOD FOR IDEAS

by J. W. N. WATKINS
Reader in the History of Philosophy in the University of London
Mr. Watkins contrasts geometry and autobiography as methods of expounding ideas, and prefers autobiography.

: RAFAEL PUYANA

harpsichord
Branle de Montirande
(Antoine f'rancisque)
My Lady Carey's dompe
(anon.)
La volta (Byrd)
Le tombeau de Monsieur de
Blancrocher tCouperin)
Concerto in D minor
(Marcello, arr. Bach)
Sonata in A major (Freixanet) Sonata in D major
(Mateo Alténiz) on a gramophone record

: A DIALOGUE ON TOLERATION

by Maurice Cranston with In the summer of 1704, when toleration was a crucial public issue, John Locke was visited in Essex by his former pupil. Lord Shaftesbury. Maurice Cranston has drawn on the published and unpublished writings of John Locke to construct this dialogue between the philosopher and the earl. Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON A new production of the programme first broadcast in 1953

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cranston
Unknown: John Locke
Unknown: Maurice Cranston
Unknown: John Locke
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
John Locke: Felix Aylmer
Lord Shaftesbury: Robert Eddison

: SCHÜTZ

Quid commisisti, a dulcissime puer
Ego sum tui plaga dolorii Ego enim inique egi
(Cantiones Sacrae)
Was hast du verwirket?
(Kleine gcistliche Konzerte)
The Seven Last Words from the Cross MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto)
JOHN WHITWORTH (counter-tenor)
GERALD English (tenor)
EDCAR FLEET (tenor)
OWEN GRUNDY (baritone)
ELIZABETHAN CONSORT or VIOLS
Dennis Nesbitt (treble viol)
Benjamin Kennard (treble viol)
Jillian Amherst (tenor viol)
Nancy Neild (bass viol)
Dietrich Kessler (bass viol)
MICHAEL HOWARD (organ continuo)
See page 32

Contributors

Contralto: Maureen Lehane
Contralto: John Whitworth
Unknown: Dennis Nesbitt
Unknown: Benjamin Kennard
Tenor: Jillian Amherst
Bass: Nancy Neild
Bass: Dietrich Kessler

: RANDALL JARRELL

reading a selection from his poetry
Recorded in Washington D.C. Introduced by D. G. BRIDSON

Contributors

Introduced By: D. G. Bridson








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