The Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
Gladys Courtland (Mezzo-Soprano)
Pets' Club Talk by Ray Kay
Augustus Goat comes to the Farmyard, by Olwen Bowen.
Speaker (Pets' Club Talk):
Author (Augustus Goat comes to the Farmyard):
Act II, Scene 2: A Ballroom in the Castle
The Station Augmented Orchestra
(Leader, Leonard Busfield)
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
I Soprano, 'Scenes that are Brightest'
II Bass, 'Hear me, gentle Maritana '
III Tenor and Soprano, 'Oh, Maritana'
IV Tenor and Bass, 'The King of Spain'
V Tenor, 'Yes, let me like a soldier fall'
In Act II Maritana has been brought to the Castle, and the King of Spain makes violent love to her. She is rescued by the timely arrival of Don Caesar, who tells the King that the Queen is aware of his unfaithfulness.
The King and Don Caesar engage in the merry game of fooling one another; after which, the King leaves, and Don Caesar and Maritana sing a love duet.
Don Caesar then sings his famous song, 'Yes, let me like a soldier fall'.
The Station Augmented
Leonard Busfield Orchestra conducted by: Warwick
King of Spain:
Don CÃÂ¦sar de Bazan: