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The Famous Tragedy of 'The Queen of Cornwall'

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by Thomas Hardy
Set as a music-drama by Rutland Boughton
A special version arranged for broadcasting by The Composer
The Wireless Chorus
(Section B)
The Orchestra
(Section E)
Led by Marie Wilson
Directed by Albert Coates
Assistant, Arnold Perry
The action takes place in the Great Hall of Tintagel Castle with a view of the Atlantic beyond
'The Queen of Cornwall was broadcast in the National programme on Wednesday night

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Rutland Boughton
Unknown: Marie Wilson
Directed By: Albert Coates
Unknown: Arnold Perry
Queen Iseult: May Blyth
Tristram: Harold Williams
Iseult of Brittany (The Whitehanded): Tatiana Makushina
King Mark: Norman Williams
Brangwain: Gladys Palmer
Sir Andret: Bradbridge White
Watchman: Philip Bertram
Damsel: Sybilla Marshall

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The Famous Tragedy of 'The Queen of Cornwall'

Regional Programme London, 1 February 1935 20.30






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