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for piano duct played by Denis Matthews and Howard Ferguson
Pour invoquer Pan; Pour un tom-beau sans nom; Pour que la nuit soit propice; pour la danseuse aux crotales; Pour L'Egyptienne; remercier la pluie au Pour matin
Berceuse; Mi-a-ou;Jardin de Dolly; Kitty-Valse; Tendresse;Pas espagnol

Contributors

Played By:
Denis Matthews
Played By:
Howard Ferguson

Music drama in three acts by Wagner
(sung in German)
(Continued in next column) Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of Cologne Radio
(Chorus-Master,
Bernhard Zimmermann )
Conductor, Richard Kraus
(Recording made available by courtesy of Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk, Hamburg)
The action takes place in Thuringia at the beginning of the 13th century
Act 1
Be. 1: Interior of the Venusberg
Sc. 2: The valley before the Wartburg

Contributors

Conductor:
Bernhard Zimmermann
Conductor:
Richard Kraus
Hermann, landgrave of Thuringia:
Kurt Böhme
Tannhäuser:
Bernd Aldenhoff
Wolfram von Eschenbach:
Dietrich Fischer -Dieskau
Walther von der Vogelweide:
Werner Schupp
Biterolf:
Willy Schonweiss
Heinrich:
Willy Hofmann
Reinmar:
Hermann Scheuing
Elisabeth:
Marianne Schech
Venus:
Dagmar Hermann
A young shepherd:
Anny Schlemm
Four noble pages.:
Brigitte Rohde
Four noble pages.:
Marga Weissenfeld
Four noble pages:
Kathe Schwe
Four noble pages.:
Martha Henken

(1821-1867)
A selection from his poems in verse and prose made and introduced by Raymond Mortimer
Read in the original by Madeleine Renaud and Jean Yonnel , and in translation by Dennis Arundell and Marjorie Westbury. (Translations by Frances Cornford , Lord Derwent, Margaret Jourdain , and Naomi Lewis )
Poems by Gerard de Nerval : April 27

Contributors

Duced By:
Raymond Mortimer
Unknown:
Madeleine Renaud
Unknown:
Jean Yonnel
Translation By:
Dennis Arundell
Translation By:
Marjorie Westbury.
Unknown:
Frances Cornford
Unknown:
Margaret Jourdain
Unknown:
Naomi Lewis
Unknown:
Gerard de Nerval

Quartet in C, Op. 3 No. 2
Quartet in E flat, Op. 20 No. 1 played by the Aleph String Quartet:
Alan Loveday (violin)
Reginald Morley (violin)
Max Gilbert (viola)
Harvey Phillips (cello)
(The recorded broadcast of Aug. 8)

Contributors

Violin:
Alan Loveday
Violin:
Reginald Morley
Viola:
Max Gilbert
Cello:
Harvey Phillips

Third Programme

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