(Arranged by the Glasgow Evening News)
Directed by HERBERT BENNETT
THE BAND of THE 2ND BATTALION THE CAM
ERONIANS (Scottish Rifles)
(By kind permission of Lieut.-
Colonel T. S. Riddell-Webster , D.S.O.)
Conducted by LESLIE SEYMOUR
Colonel T. S.
Relayed from Hampden Park, Glasgow
(Scottish Regional Programme)
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A Romantic Play
Specially written for the microphone by WILFRID ROOKE LEY and CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Music under the direction of LESLIE WOODGATE
M. Chopin , the elder
Titus Woycieckowski , his friend
Countess Wodjinska Countess Orsetti , her mother Count Wodjinski Jules Slowacki Count Skarbeck
Two Englishmen A Russian Students
Two Brothers of Marie Wodjinska
The Cast includes:
Spencer Trevor ; John Cheatle ; Ruth Anderson , Gladys Young ; Charles Lefeaux ; Guy Pelham Boulton;' Robert Speaight ; Philip Wade ; Alban Blakelock ; Cecil Ttouncer ; Alexander Samer ; Charles H. Mason ; Anthony Pendrill ; Murri Moncrieff ; Hugh Dempster ; Jean Ross ; Frances Clare ; Hermione Gingold ; Henry
Produced by VAL GIELGUD
Countess Wodjinska Countess
Count Wodjinski Jules
The Abbe Jelowcki:
Countess Skarbeck (formerly Marie Wodjinska):
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