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Three Generations of Bachs
BBC Chorus
(Chorus-Master. Leslie Woodgate ) Conducted by Mogens Woldike
The Bach family traced its musical tradition back to one Veit Bach. a miller who amused himself by playing on the zither and who died in 1619. Johann and Johann Chnstoph were both grandsons of Veit: the former, a great-uncle of Johann Sebastian, lived from 1604 to 1673; the latter, a cousin of Johann Sebastian's father, from 1642 to 1703. This programme shows the essential continuity of the family tradition which culminated in Johann Sebastian; it can be felt in the original and imaginative final cadence of Unser Leben and in the harmonic richness of Ich lasse dich nicht. Dcryck Cooke

Contributors

Chorus-Master:
Leslie Woodgate
Conducted By:
Mogens Woldike

by Sir John Vanbrugh
Adapted for broadcasting by Ronald Simpson
Music composed and conducted by John Hotchkis
Production by Peter Watts

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Vanbrugh
Broadcasting By:
Ronald Simpson
Conducted By:
John Hotchkis
Production By:
Peter Watts
Flippanta Clarissa's maid:
Marjorie Westburv
Mrs Amlet a seller of private affairs to ladies:
Nan Marriott-Watson
Mrs Cloggit her neighbour:
Elsa Palmer
Brass, passing Dick's as valet:
Alan Naughtan
Dick a gamester, son to Mrs Amlet:
Valentine Dyall
Clarissa, wife to Gripe:
Frances Rowe
Jersamine foot-boy to Clarissa:
Gabrielle Blunt
Araminta wife to Moneytrap:
Catherine Salkeld
Corlnna daughter to Gripe by a former wife:
Denise Bryer
Two rich money-scriveners::
Gripe Jamesdale
Moneytrap:
Ronald Simpson
Clip, a goldsmith:
Eric Lugg

Olga Coelho (soprano)
The Wigmore Ensemble :
Geoffrev Gilbert (flute) Jack Brymer (clarinet) Maurice Clare (violin)
Frederick Riddle (viola)
Eugene Cruft (double-bass)
Wilfrid Parry (piano)

Contributors

Soprano:
Olga Coelho
Flute:
Geoffrev Gilbert
Clarinet:
Jack Brymer
Violin:
Maurice Clare
Viola:
Frederick Riddle
Double-Bass:
Eugene Cruft
Piano:
Wilfrid Parry

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