tby JOSEPH WOLPE
Professor of Psychiatry In the University of Virginia
Dr. Wolpe has derived therapeutic techniques for neurotic patients from a study of Pavlov, Watson, later American psychologists specialising in learning, and experimental work of his own. He 'describes these techniques and their rationale as he sees it, and brings to light a remarkable curative property of the imagination.
JACQUELINE DELMAN (soprano)
GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano) Mendelssohn
Suleika: Ach, um detne feuchten Schwingen
Die Liebende schreibt
Nachtlied; Neue Liebe
Fêtes Galantes (first set)
En sourdine; Fantoches; Clair de lune
The little star; The magpie Parassia's reverie and dance
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