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THE BIRTH OF AN OPERA

Synopsis

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'Orphée et Eurydice '
An illustrated study in the origins of Gluck's opera by HANNS HAMMELMANN and Michael Rose
Readings from contemporary documents by Norman Shelley. John Glyn-Jones ,
Denis McCarthy. Jack Shaw
Narration by John Glen
Musical illustrations from gramophone records of the opera and of Gluck's ballet ' Don Juan Production by Christopher Sykes
(: second broadcast)
See Friday at 8.0

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Rose
Unknown: Norman Shelley.
Unknown: John Glyn-Jones
Unknown: Denis McCarthy.
Unknown: Jack Shaw
Unknown: John Glen
Production By: Christopher Sykes






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