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Scott Goddard reviews some recently published books on music
These Include ' Music of the Masters —Grieg,' a symposium edited by Gerald Abraham ; Covent Garden ' by Desmond Shawe-Taylor ; Nights at the Opera' by Barbara McFadyean and Spike Hughes ; Studies In Contemporary Music ' by Wilfrid Mellers ; ' Erik Satie ' by Rollo Myers ; ' Man, Mind, and Music ' by Frank Howes


Scott Goddard
Edited By:
Gerald Abraham
Garden By:
Desmond Shawe-Taylor
Barbara McFadyean
Spike Hughes
Music By:
Wilfrid Mellers
Music By:
Erik Satie
Rollo Myers
Music By:
Frank Howes

Music composed by William Wordsworth played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conductor. Walter Goehr


Broadcasting By:
Michael Innes
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Composed By:
William Wordsworth
Walter Goehr
A doctor:
John Laurie
A boy:
Denise Bryer
Frederick Lloyd
King Fortinbras:
Baliol Holloway
Cyril Cusack
A lady:
Hilda Schroder
First player ('Hamlet'):
Laidman Browne
Second player (' Horatio '):
Stanley Groome
Third player (' Fortinbras '):
William Trent

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