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by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated by Roy Campbell
Revised and adapted for broadcasting by E. A. Harding and R. M. Nadal
The drama is in six scenes set in and about a village in Southern Spain
The Sisters-in-Law
Victor's songsung by Frederick Fuller
Solo guitars:
Julian Bream and Desmond Dupré
Music by Eduardo M. Torner Production by E. A. Harding


Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated By:
Roy Campbell
Broadcasting By:
E. A. Harding
Broadcasting By:
R. M. Nadal
Frederick Fuller
Julian Bream
Desmond Dupré
Music By:
Eduardo M. Torner
Production By:
E. A. Harding
Marjorie Westbury
Anthony Jacobs
Peggy Bryan
Russell Napier
An Old Woman:
Violet Marquisita
The ' Crazy ' Girl:
Julia Lang
Her mother Dolores, the Witch:
Gladys Spencer
The Washerwomen:
Joan Hart
The Washerwomen:
Betty Baskcomb
The Washerwomen:
Diana Maddox
The Washerwomen:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Other village men and women:
Gabrielle Biunt
Other village men and women:
Donald Gray
Other village men and women:
Malcolm Hayes
Other village men and women:
John Schlesinger
The Female Dancer:
Patricia Hayes
The Mate Dancer:
Deryck Guyler
The Child:
Jeremy Spenser

An opera in one act with a prologue
Libretto by Alan Collard and John B. Gordon
Music by Arthur Benjamin
(Continued in next column)
BBC Opera Orchestra (Leader, John Sharpe )
Conductor, Stanford Robinson
Producer. Dennis Arundell
The scene is in the living room of the poet which opens directly on to a street in London
Time: Fifteenth century


Alan Collard
John B. Gordon
Music By:
Arthur Benjamin
John Sharpe
Stanford Robinson
Dennis Arundell
The Wife:
Joan Cross
The Poet:
Raymond Nilsson
The Neighbour:
Arnold Matters
The Doctor:
Martin Lawrance
The Devil:
Martin Lawrence
The Maid,:
Marjorie Shires
First Woman:
Mildred Watson
Second Woman:
Bruna MacLean
Third Woman:
Elsie Boardman
George Middleton
A sweep:
Emrys Lloyd
A blind beggar:
Murray Davies
An orange seller:
Elizabeth Eriksson
Doctor's first attendant:
George Delderfleld
Doctor's second attendant:
Olive Dyer

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