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Sophie Wyss (soprano)
Georges Enesco (piano)
Prélude ; Adagio (Suite dene la style ancienne, Op. 3)
Sept Chansons de Clement Marot ,
15:
Estrene a Anne; Languir me fais; Aux damoyselles paresseuses: Estrene à Rose; Present de couleur blanche; Changeons propos, c'est trop chants d'amours; Du conflict en douleur
Sarabande; Pavane (Suite pour le piano, Op. 10)

Contributors

Soprano:
Sophie Wyss
Unknown:
Clement Marot

A new translation into English by W. S. Merwin of the medieval Spanish epic
Produced by Terence Tiller in six parts
Cantar 3: Part 1
The Princelings of Carrion are doubly exposed as cowards. Deeply mortified, they take their revenge by abandoning their wives (the Cid's daughters) in a wild and mountainous region. The girls are rescued and brought back to their father by Felez Munoz. King Alfonso summons a court for the Princeling's arraignment.

Contributors

Unknown:
W. S. Merwin
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Unknown:
Felez Munoz.
Narrator:
James McKechnie
El Cid:
Oliver Burt
Alvar Fanez:
Marne Maitland
Dona Jimena:
Nicolette Bernard
King Alfonso:
Raf de la Torre
Fernando of Carrion:
Martin Starkie
Diego of Carrion:
David Spenser
Pedro Bermudez:
Tom Lake
Don Jerome:
Ralph Truman
A Knight:
Geoffrey Matthews
Dona Elvira:
Marjorie Westbury
Dona Sol:
Sarah Caisley
King Bucer:
Peter Augustine
Abengalbon:
Anthony Jacobs
Muno Gustioz:
Godfrey Kenton
Felez Munoz:
Martin Benson
A Moor:
David Poulson

Opera semi-seria in a prologue and seven scenes
Libretto by Heinrich Strobel
Music by Rolf Liebermann
(sung in German and French)
Two elderly melody-lovers; an educated man; a young Massenet-fan; a soldier; a gues.t; the hostess; a waiter; a news-vendor; presidents of the tribunal; a judge; concert-goers; café proprietor and customers; prisoners; Parisian housewives; members of the tribunal; judges; ushers; voices from the loudspeaker
Chorus of the Basle State Theatre
Orchestra of Sudwestfunk, Baden-Baden
CONDUCTED BY HANS ROSBAUD
Producer, Karl Keuerleber
(Recording made available by courtesy of Sudwestfunk, Badtn-Baden: previously broadcast on January 17)
Prologue
July 1939. On the Franoo-German frontier
Act 1
Scene 1: Winter 1941-2. Paris, during the German occupation
Scene 2: Late autumn 1943. Paris: a small café in the Place P.galle
Scene 3: August 21, 1944. Pans: a square

Contributors

Unknown:
Heinrich Strobel
Music By:
Rolf Liebermann
Conducted By:
Hans Rosbaud
Producer:
Karl Keuerleber

Four talks on the Novel by Owen Holloway
2-Distinction of Persons
The speaker sees mucb of rhe unique quality of prose fiction in what he calls its ' language of person.' The novelist, he suggests, is at his most characteristic when making play with the relationship between his characters, his readers, and himself.

Contributors

Novel By:
Owen Holloway

Third Programme

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