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(' Les Loups') by Romain Rolland
Translated by John Holmstrom
Adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Produced by R. D. Smith
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by Peter Carver , Peter Claughton and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
The date is 1793. The city of Mainz. held by the French Citizens' Army, is besieged by Prussian forces: the great hall of the Hotel du Roi d'Angleterre is serving at staff headquarters to the National Convention, and the Republican officers are in council.
(Leo McKern is in ' The Queen and the Rebels ' at the Haymarket Theatre, London)
at 9.10
Peter Forster writes on page 6 followed by an interlude at 4.30

Contributors

Unknown:
Romain Rolland
Translated By:
John Holmstrom
Broadcasting By:
Mollie Greenhalgh
Produced By:
R. D. Smith
Played By:
Peter Carver
Played By:
Peter Claughton
Unknown:
Leo McKern
Unknown:
Peter Forster
Quesnel, Commissioner of the National Convention:
Anthony Shaw
Verrat:
Leo McKern
Vidalot:
Anthony Sagar
Buquet:
Geoffrey Wincott
D'Oyron:
Derek Birch
Teulier:
James McKechnie
Chapelas:
George Merritt
The Spy:
Malcolm Hayes
Jean-Amable:
Simon Lack
Hotel-keeper:
Richard George

('The Woman without a Shadow ')
An opera in three acts
Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Music by Richard Strauss
(sung In German)
Voices of Unborn Children:
Erika Koth , Anny van Kruyswyk. Antonie Fahberg , Elisabeth Lindermeier , Ruth Michaelis. and Ina Gerhein
(Continued in next column)
Watchmen: Max Proebstl ,
Karl Hoppe , and Hans Hermann Nissen
Serving-maids: Erika Koth ,
Antonie Fahberg , and Ruth Michaelis
Chorus and Orchestra of the Munich State Opera
CONDUCTED BY GEORGE SEBASTIAN
Producer. Rudolf Hartmann
Act I
The terrace of the Emperor's palace; Barak's house
Stephen Williams writes on page 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Music By:
Richard Strauss
Unknown:
Erika Koth
Unknown:
Anny van Kruyswyk.
Unknown:
Antonie Fahberg
Unknown:
Elisabeth Lindermeier
Unknown:
Ruth Michaelis.
Unknown:
Ina Gerhein
Unknown:
Max Proebstl
Unknown:
Karl Hoppe
Unknown:
Hans Hermann Nissen
Unknown:
Erika Koth
Unknown:
Antonie Fahberg
Unknown:
Ruth Michaelis
Conducted By:
George Sebastian
Producer:
Rudolf Hartmann
Unknown:
Stephen Williams
The Emperor:
Hans Hopf
The Empress:
Leonie Rysanek
The Nurse:
Lilian Benningsen
The Spirit Messenger:
Kurt Böhme
Barak, the Dyer:
Josef Metternich
The'Dyer's Wife:
Marianne Schech
The Voice of the Falcon:
Gerda Sommerschuh
The Guardian of the Threshold:
Erika Koth
The Apparition of a Young Man:
Howard Vandenburg
A Voice from Above:
Ina Gerhein
The Dyer's three Brothers: The One-Eyed Man:
Karl Hoppe
The One-Armed Man:
Rudolf Wtinzer
The Hunchback:
Karl Ostertag

The Art of Fugue
Pietro Scarpini (piano)
Contrapuncti 1-4
(four simple fugues)
Contrapuncti 5-7
(three stretto fuguea)
This is the first of three recitals in which ' The Art of Fugue ' will be played by Pietro Scarpini.
Wednesday at 10.0

Contributors

Piano:
Pietro Scarpini
Played By:
Pietro Scarpini.

Suite: L'Histoire du Soldat played by David Oppenheim (clarinet) Loren Glickman (bassoon)
Robert Nagel (trumpet) Erwin Price (trombone) Alex Schneider (violin)
Julius Levine (double-bass) Alfred Howard (percussion) Conducted by the composer on gramophone records

Contributors

Clarinet:
David Oppenheim
Bassoon:
Loren Glickman
Bassoon:
Robert Nagel
Violin:
Alex Schneider
Double-Bass:
Julius Levine
Double-Bass:
Alfred Howard

Third Programme

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