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: Gramophone Records 'DON PASQUALE'

Act I by Donizetti
Cast
Members of the Chorus and Orchestra of the Scala, Milan
Conducted by Carlo Sabajno
Chorus Master, Vittore Veneziani

Contributors

Conducted By: Carlo Sabajno
Chorus Master: Vittore Veneziani
Don Pasquale: Ernesto Badini (baritone)
Ernesto: Tito Schipa (tenor)
Dr Malatesta: Afro Poli (baritone)
Norina: Adelaide Saraceni (soprano)

: ' ENGLAND,

South and East'
' Wild-Fowling on the Essex
Marshes'
Edward Allen
(Regional Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Allen

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' THE MAID OF BATH '

The life of the beautiful Elizabeth Linley , wife of Richard Brinsley
Sheridan
Written as a dramatic feature by Sherard Powell
Production by Francis Dillon

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Linley
Unknown: Richard Brinsley
Production By: Francis Dillon

: THE BBC ORCHESTRA

(Section D)
Led by Marie Wilson
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Laurance Turner (violin)
(Regional Programme)

Contributors

Conductor: Marie Wilson
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult
Violin: Laurance Turner

: EDGAR HAWKE AND THE PHANTOM FIVE

Edgar Hawke , who, in addition to his connection with the Phantom Five, is director of the orchestra at the Grand Hotel, Bristol, is well known as a violinist in the West Country. He was formerly sub-professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and led the orchestra under the conductorship of Sir Alexander Mackenzie. While he was at the Academy he gained several high awards, including the Charles Ruby prize for quartet playing.

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Hawke
Unknown: Sir Alexander MacKenzie.

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS








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