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A ballet by GLEN TETLEY from the repertoire of NEDERLANDS DANS THEATER
Before this special performance of The Anatomy Lesson Glen Tetley tells how he came to do a ballet in which the central character is a corpse-the same corpse that lies stripped and dissected in Rembrandt's famous painting
Artists in rehearsal and performance:
Music: MARCEL LANDOWSKY Symphony No. 1
Nederlands Begeleidingsorkest
Conducted by Peter Eros
Commentary spoken by KENNETH FARRINGTON
Film directed by MARGARET DALE Ballet directed by JOES ODUFRÉ
A BBC production made in collaboration with N.C.R.V. Hilversum


Unknown: Glen Tetley
Music: Marcel Landowsky
Leader: Jacques Holtman
Conducted By: Peter Eros
Spoken By: Kenneth Farrington
Directed By: Margaret Dale
Directed By: Joes Odufré
Producer: Margaret Dale
Unknown: N.C.R.V. Hilversum
The man: Jaap Flier
His mother: Willy De La Bije
His Wife: Alexandra Radius
The doctor: Ger Thomas
His assistant: Hans Knill

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