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Chosen and introduced by V.S. Pritchett
The selections arranged and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
'Ulysses'
'The Apes of God'
'Kangaroo'
'The Flower Beneath the Foot'
'To the Lighthouse'
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Contributors

Chosen and introduced by:
V.C. Pritchett
Producer:
Douglas Cleverdon
Leopold Bloom:
Seamus Kavanagh
Narrator:
Roger Delgado
Lord Osmond:
Robert Farquharson
Knut:
Ian Sadler
Narrator:
Felix Felton
Richard Somers:
Leonard Sachs
Kangaroo:
Allan Cuthbertson
The King:
Max Adrian
The- Queen:
Maxine Audley
His Weariness the Prince:
Leslie French
Narrator:
Derek Hart
Reader:
Julian Orde

Harold Rosenthal writes in this issue

followed by an interlude at 10.5

Edinburgh International Festival Glyndebourne Opera production of 'La Forza Del Destino'

Act I at 7.0
Sc.1: Leonora's bedchamber in her father's castle near Seville
Sc. 2: The kitchen of an inn in the mountain village of Hornachuelos

7.45 Interval

Act 2 at 7.55
Sc. 1: The monastery of Hornachuelos
Sc. 2: The battlefield near Velletri in Italy
Sc. 3: Another part of the battlefield
Sc. 4: A military camp

9.15 Interval

Act 3 at 9.25
Sc. 1: The monastery of Hornachuelos
Sc. 2: Leonora's refuge in the mountains

From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh, at 7.0

Contributors

Libretto:
Francesco Maria Piave
Music:
Giuseppe Verdi
Producer:
Carl Ebert
Singers:
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
Chorus-Master:
John Pritchard
Musicians:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader:
David McCallum
Conductor:
Fritz Busch
The Marquis of Calatrava:
Stanley Mason
Donna Leonora, his daughter:
Walburga Wegner
Curra, Leonora's maid:
Bruna Maclean
Don Alvaro, a Peruvian of Inca descent, in love with Leonora:
David Poleri
Don Aleade, mayor of Hornachuelos:
Dennis Wicks
Don Carlo di Vargas, the Marquis' son and Leonora's brother:
Marko Rothmuller Preziosilla, a gypsy: Mildred Miller
Trabuco, a muleteer:
Robert Thomas
Fra Melitone, a monk:
Owen Brannigan
Fra Guardiano, abbot of the monastery of Hornachuelos:
Bruce Dargavel
A Spanish military surgeon:
Philip Lewtas

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