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John Clements and Margaretta Scott in ' THE PHARAOH AKHNATON'


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Dramatic study of Amenophis IV, the ' Heretic King' of ancient Egypt
Written and produced by Leonard Cottrell
Music composed by William Alwyn played by the London Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by John Hollingsworth


Produced By: Leonard Cottrell
Composed By: William Alwyn
Conducted By: John Hollingsworth
Narrator: Duncan McLntyre
Amenophis III: Laidman Browne
Queen Tiyi: Lydia Sherwood
Queen Nefretiti: Margaretta Scott
Akhnaton King of Egypt: John Clements
Ay, Chief of the Great Ones: Charles Lefeaux
Meryra, High Priest of the Aton: Andrew Faulds
Tutu, the Chamberlain: Arthur Ridiey
Horemhab, a general: Donald Gray
Auta, Chief Sculptor: Basil Jones
Bek a sculptor: Andrew Churchman
Ribbadi, governor of Gebal: Deryck Guyler
Nesamun, High Priest of Amun: Robert Farquharson
Ani, a quarryman: Charles Leno
Kenna, a quarryman: Harry Hutchinson
Hori a scribe: Raf de la Torre

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John Clements and Margaretta Scott in ' THE PHARAOH AKHNATON'

BBC Home Service Basic, 22 May 1949 21.30

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