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A Requiem for Aramis

Synopsis

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A Baroque extravaganza by Colin McLaren in which Aramis, arch-intriguer of the three musketeers, haunts a dying Alexandre Dumas and demands a happy ending for his life - a requiem in the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
Music Roger Limb Producer Judith Bumpus

Contributors

Unknown: Colin McLaren
Unknown: Alexandre Dumas
Producer: Judith Bumpus
Aramis: Jonathan Hyde
Dumas: Harold Innocent
La Flamande: Elizabeth Kelly
Kenelm Digby: David Bannerman
Fr Herrebia/Rene Descartes: Ronald Herdman
Marini/Libraria: Danny Schiller
Wostpur/Louis XIV: Mark Straker
Stjohn Chrysostomos/ Ivan Injatms.: James Greene
Fr Superior: Timothy Bateson

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A Requiem for Aramis

BBC Radio 3, 2 January 1991 21.05






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