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Music International


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A monthly report from the world of music.
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe.

The Bureau
An operetta for television about marriage by computer by Christopher Dandy (libretto) and Derrick Mason (music).
with Anne Howells (soprano), Johanna Peters (contralto), John Barrow (baritone),
Andrew Downie (tenor).

Olivier Messiaen
The most influential French composer between Debussy and Boulez celebrates his sixtieth birthday this year.
A film report by Kenneth van Barthold.
with Yvonne Loriod (piano), Charles Bruck, Gilbert Amy, Serge Baudo (conductors) and in the studio, Roger Smalley

(Anne Howells and David Atherton appear by arrangement with the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)


Presenter: Bernard Keeffe
Libretto (The Bureau): Christopher Dandy
Music (The Bureau): Derrick Mason
Soprano (The Bureau): Anne Howells
Contralto (The Bureau): Johanna Peters
Baritone (The Bureau): John Barrow
Tenor (The Bureau): Andrew Downie
Director (The Bureau)/producer: Kenneth Corden
Designer (The Bureau): Roger Ford
Conductor (The Bureau): David Atherton
Subject: Olivier Messiaen
Reporter (Olivier Messiaen): Kenneth van Barthold
Pianist (Olivier Messiaen): Yvonne Loriod
Conductor (Olivier Messiaen): Charles Bruck
Conductor (Olivier Messiaen): Gilbert Amy
Conductor (Olivier Messiaen): Serge Baudo
Guest (Olivier Messiaen): Roger Smalley
Production Team: Denis Moriarty
Production Team: Roger Tucker

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