As I have mentioned in previous messages, having a very international list of titles, we try to take care in pronunciation of places and names – which often a complicated and controversial topic. When it comes to Latin, should we present the kind of Latin taught traditionally in schools and universities – with the ‘w’ sound for v, and should c be hard or soft or middling? Or should it be Church Latin? And as for classical Greek – does anyone really know. And for those philosophers who used Greek and Latin – what kind of pronunciation did they have in their heads? But, as Matthew Lloyd Davies noted when he settled down to record Plutarch’s Moralia Volume 1, STUFFED with Greek names, you do your research and makes your choice! He became so engrossed and invigorated, or exhausted, by it, he lightened it all by setting them all to music. Here is the fruit of his labours. Salutations to Matthew Lloyd Davies!