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Cecil Clutton gives an illustrated talk about the 'Father Smith' organ in the residence of Captain J. W. S. Lane at Walthamstow, and discusses the historical importance of Bernhard Schmidt
The Illustrations and the following recital of contemporary music are performed by Susi Jeans (organ)
Second of three programmes

Contributors

Unknown:
Cecil Clutton
Unknown:
J. W. S. Lane
Unknown:
Bernhard Schmidt

An opera in two acts
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte
Music by Mozart
(sung In Italian)
Cast in order of singing:
Vienna State Opera Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Dr. R. Rossmayer )
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
CONDUCTED BY KARL BOHM
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
The aotion takes place in a Spanish town
Act 1
Scene 1: Outside the Commendatore's house: Scene 2: A street; Scene 3: The garden entrance to Don Giovanni's Castle; Scene 4: A room in Don Giovanni's Castle; Scene 5: Don Giovanni's garden; Scene 6: The
Ballroom in Don Giovanni's Castle

Contributors

Unknown:
Lorenzo Da Ponte
Chorus-Master:
Dr. R. Rossmayer
Conducted By:
Karl Bohm
Leporello, servant of Don Giovanni:
Erich Kunz
Donna Anna betrothed to Don Ottavio:
Elisabeth Grtimmer
Don Giovanni a Spanish nobleman:
George London
The Commendatore father of Donna Anna:
Ludwig Weber
Don Ottavio:
Léopold Simoneau
Donna Elvira, a lady of Burgos,abandoned by abandoned by Don Giovanni:
Sena Jurinac
Zerlina, betrothed to Masetto:
Emmy Loose
Masetto a peasant:
Harald Prbglhof

Act 2
Scene 1: A street outside Donna Elvira 's lodging; Scene 2: A court-yard in Donna Anna 's house; Scene 3: A cemetery; Scene 4: A room in Donna Anna 's house: Scene 6: The supper room in Don Giovanni 's Castle

Contributors

Unknown:
Donna Elvira
Unknown:
Donna Anna
Unknown:
Donna Anna
Unknown:
Don Giovanni

A case study by H. J. Habakkuk
Chichele Professor of Economic History in the University of Oxford
'The History of Unilever' by Charles Wilson is published today, and Professor Habakkuk reflects on the portrait it paints of the founder, William Lever.

Contributors

Unknown:
H. J. Habakkuk
Unknown:
Charles Wilson
Unknown:
William Lever.

Third Programme

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