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The Renaissance Singers
Conductor, Michael Howard
Ralph Downes (organ)
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis from the Fourth Service with verses to the organs
Organ:
Miserere (two settings) In Nomine
Full anthems:
Praise the Lord, 0 my soul
0 pray for the peace of Jerusalem I heard a voice from heaven
Great and marvellous are thy works 0 God, wonderful art thou

Contributors

Conductor:
Michael Howard
Conductor:
Ralph Downes

of Aeschylus
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Raymond Raikes from the English translation by Louis MacNeice
Music composed and directed by John Hotchkis
(Continued in next column)
and Scene: Agamemnon's palace at Argos

Contributors

Produced By:
Raymond Raikes
Directed By:
John Hotchkis
Watchman:
Frankly Bellamy
Clytemnestra, wife of Agamemnonand sister of Helen of Troy:
Sonia Dresdel
Herald:
Deryck Guyler
Agamemnon, King of Argos and son of Atreus:
Julian Somers
Cassandra, daughter of Priam and slave of Agamemnon:
Diana Maddox
Aegisthus, son of Thyestes and cousinof Agamemnon:
Godfrey Kenton
Leader of the Chorus:
Carleton Hobbs
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Frederick Allen
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Maurice Bannister
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Martin Boddey
Chorus of Argive Elders:
James Dale
Chorus of Argive Elders:
William Devlin
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Reginald Gibbs
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Newton Goodson
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Philip Hattey
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Dudley Jones
Chorus of Argive Elders:
Norman Shelley

Pictures at an Exhibition
Promenade: The Gnome: Promenade; The Old Castle; Promenade: The Tqileries-children quarrelling at play; Bydlo-the Polish ox-wagon: Promenade; Ballet of the Chickens Emerging from their Shells: Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle; Promenade; The Market at Limoges; The Catacombs; The Hut of Baba-Yaga; The Great Gate of Kiev played by Ventsislav Yankoff (piano)

Contributors

Piano:
Ventsislav Yankoff

Third Programme

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