Chamber Music played by THE INTERNATIONAL
Andre Mangeot (violin); Walter Price (violin); Max Gilbert (viola) ;
Bernard Richards (violoncello)
String Quartet No. I, in D minor trans. Warlock, ed. Mangeot
1. Fantasia. 2. Galliard. 3. Ayre. 4. Saraband
Music in The Tempest arr. Whittaker
Curtain Tune; The Second Act Tune-Minoit. The Third Act Tune -Corant. The Fourth Act Tune— Martial Jigg. The Conclusion-Canon
String Quartet No. 5, in G minor trans. Warlock, ed.
Mangeot I. Fantasia. 2. Courante. 3. Ayre. 4. Saraband
A New Light Opera by ROGER QUILTER Libretto by VLADIMIR ROSING and CASWELL GARTH
Lyrics by RODNEY BENNETT
THE BRITISH MUSIC DRAMA
From the Royal Opera House, Covcnt
Act 1: Scene I, Julia's Boudoir
Scene 2, Blue Boar Inn
Chorus of Maids and Flunkeys
Conductor, ALBERT COATES
Chorus Master, NORMAN FEASEY
Producer, HENRY CASS
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