An introduction to the teaching of the School of Economic Science by the leader, Mr. Donald Lambie.
The pieces on this recording are from Discantus’ extensive repertoire, which is largely sacred music from the 15th – 18th centuries from composers such as Byrd, Tallis and others from their era.
A talk in 1991 by Leslie Blake on the concept of Economics with Justice. After the talk Mr. Blake answers questions.
Where the English Language comes from is a fascinating story. This lecture shows some of its many linkages with Sanskrit
Introduction and Day 1-3 1985
His Holiness Sri Shantananda Saraswati on Love. Extracts from conversations on Love with His Holiness Sri Shantananda Saraswati. Read by Neville Wortman and Patti Wray.
Music performed by Discantus and recorded live at St. John Smith Square, London in January 2013. The orchestra is conducted by David Ward.
Music performed by Non Nobis Choir and Orchestra. Non Nobis Choir was the choir of the School of Economic Science under the direction of Ian Duncan and Mary Pickering until 1993.
These are settings of texts from the gospels of St. John and St. Thomas by Rosemary Broadbent and Bruce Ramell. The choir is Discantus led by Bruce Ramell.
Recording of the Nine Vedic Prayers as published by SES
Dr. James Armstrong's re-presentation of the traditional 7 Liberal Arts plus the Trilogy of Ethics, Reason and Aesthetics
Gabriella Burnell sings the Sanskrit Alphabet, plus grammar sutras upanishads and prayers
The ten most famous of the Upanishads - the essence of the teaching of the Vedas
Translated into English by Shree Purohit Swami and W B Yeats. 4 Audio CDs
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