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A Little Night Music


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The sixth in Radio 2's series of musicals is a new production of Sondheim's magical score, which contains perhaps his best known song - Send in the Clowns. Described by the composer as 'whipped cream with knives', it tells the story of a group of diverse people who converge for a weekend in the country, and explores the ensuing tangled web of relationships. Heading the cast are Keith Michell and Betty Buckley.
With the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Michael Reed Producer John Langridge


Unknown: Keith Michell
Unknown: Betty Buckley.
Conducted By: Michael Reed
Producer: John Langridge
Fredrik Egerman: Keith Michell
Desiree Armfeldt: Betty Buckley
Madame Armfeldt: Margaret Courtnay
Frederila Armfeldt: Sarah French
Count Carl Magnus: Simon Green
Countess Charlotte: Maria Friedman
Henrik Egerman: Michael Cahill
Anne Egerman: Katrina Murphy
Petra: Melanie Marshall
MrLindguist: Michael Bundy
Mrs Nordstrom: Jacqueline Barron
Mrs Anderson: Jane Roberson
Mr Erlanson: Stephen Hill
Mrs Segstrom: Susan Flannery
Frid: David Kelsey

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A Little Night Music

BBC Radio 2, 18 March 1995 19.30

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