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Action and Reaction

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A study of the music composed in the 12 years following the First World War with particular reference to neo-classicism and the music of commitment Introduced by IAN KEMP
Satie Symphonic Drama: So-crate
MARIE-THERESE ESCRIBANO (sop) MICHELE BEDARD (SOpranO) EMIKO LIYAMA (soprano)
GERLINDE LORENZ (SOpranO) DIE REIHE ENSEMBLE conducted by FRIEDRICH CERHA (gramophone record)
5.0* Weill Der Jasager
A ' school opera ' in two acts Libretto by BRECHT, based on ARTHUR waley's version of a LEICESTERSHIRE SCHOOLS'
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS conducted by ALEXANDER GOEHR
(Another programme: tomorrow, 5.40 pm)

Contributors

Introduced By: Ian Kemp
Unknown: Marie-Therese Escribano
Soprano: Michele Bedard
Soprano: Emiko Liyama
Soprano: Gerlinde Lorenz
Conducted By: Friedrich Cerha
Unknown: Arthur Waley'S
Conducted By: Alexander Goehr
The boy: John Wale
Three students: Stephen Gee
Three students: Glenn Pollard
Three students: Richard Bleuitt

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