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The Well-tempered Clavier
Six Preludes and Fugues (Book 2) No 25 in C; No. 26, in C minor: No. 27, in C sharp: No. 28, in C sharp minor; No. 29, in D; No. 30, in D minor played by Eduard Muller (harpsichord)
First of four programmes of Bach's Forty-eight Preludes and Fugues, Book 2

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Eduard Muller

A sketch from ' Some People ' by Harold Nicolson
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by Douglas Cleverdon with Ronald Simpson , Susan Richmond
Neville Hartley , Mary McAlpine
As Max Beerbohm in Seven Men, so Harold Nicolson in Some People chooses a semblance of autobiography to relate the stories of characters who are partly imagined, partly real. The sketch of Lambert Orme is said to be based on Ronald Firbank, author of The Flower Beneath the Foot and other fantastic novels.

Contributors

Unknown:
Harold Nicolson
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown:
Ronald Simpson
Unknown:
Susan Richmond
Unknown:
Neville Hartley
Unknown:
Mary McAlpine
Unknown:
Max Beerbohm
Unknown:
Harold Nicolson
Harold Nicolson:
Norman Shelley
Lambert Orme:
Leslie French

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