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Romanzen aus Tieck's Magelone
Op. 33 sung by Hans Hotter (baritone) with Frederick Stone (piano)
Keinen hat es noch gereut; Traun! Bogen und Pfeil sind gut fur den Feind; Sind es Schmerzen, sind es Freuden; Liebe kam aus fernen Landen; So willst du des Armen dich gnadig erbarmen?; Wie soil ich die Freude. die Wonne denn tragen?; War es dir, dem diese Lippen bebten; Wir mussen uns trennen; Ruhe, Siissliebchen; Verzweiflung : Wie schnell verschwlndet so Licht als Glanz; Muss es eine Trennung geben ; Sulima: Wie froh und frisch mein Sinn sich hebt; Treue Liebe dauert lange


Baritone: Hans Hotter
Piano: Frederick Stone


John Francis (flute)
Leonard Brain (oboe)
Harold Jackson (trumpet) Walter Lear (saxophone)
Blech String Quartet:
Harry Blech (violin)
Lionel Bentley (violin) Keith Cummings (viola) Douglas Cameron (cello)
Milicent Silver
(piano and harpsichord)
Last of a series of four programmes introduced by Henry Barraud , Director of Music. Radiodiffusion Frangaise


Flute: John Francis
Oboe: Leonard Brain
Oboe: Harold Jackson
Unknown: Walter Lear
Violin: Harry Blech
Violin: Lionel Bentley
Viola: Keith Cummings
Cello: Douglas Cameron
Unknown: Milicent Silver
Introduced By: Henry Barraud

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