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Pelleas and Melisande

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by MAURICE MAETERLINCK translated by TIMBERLAKE WERTENBAKER with and First produced in Paris in 1893. Pelleas and Melisande is one of the major works of symbolist drama. Destiny brings Prince Golaud and the mysterious young Melisande together and fate decrees that she and his half-brother, Pelleas, are drawn together in a relationship which can only end in tragedy.
Music by COLIN MATTHEWS Flautists SEBASTIAN BELL
CHRISTINE MESSITER
RICHARD TAYLOR and HELEN KEEN Harpist skaila KANGA
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON
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Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Maeterlinck
Translated By: Timberlake Wertenbaker
Music By: Colin Matthews
Music By: Flautists Sebastian Bell
Music By: Christine Messiter
Unknown: Richard Taylor
Harpist: Helen Keen
Harpist: Skaila Kanga
Directed By: David Johnston
Pelléas: Gary Cady
Mélisande: Janet Maw
Golaud: Jack Klaff
Arkel: Maurice Denham
Geneviève: Petra Davies
Yniold: Orlando Wells
Doctor: Ken Cumberudge
Porter: Norman Bird
Servants: Barbara Atkinson
Servants: Jane Campion
Servants: Jean Reeve
Servants: Sally Lawrence
Servants: Celia Drummond
Servants: Julia Shaw

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Pelleas and Melisande

BBC Radio 3, 7 August 1988 15.30






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