In memory of Professor Philip Brockbank. Recorded at St. Etheldreda"s Church, Ely Place, London, 7 March 1990.
|Statement||by Professor Stanley Wells; readings by B. Leigh-Hunt, R. Pasco, and S. Wanamaker.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 video cassette|
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