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by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE in its entirety with Michael Redgrave
Basil Sydney , Coral Browne Barry Jones. Jane Wenham
Principal characters in order of speaking
Music by Elisabeth Lutyens conducted by Edward Clark
Production by CEDRIC MESSINA
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shakespeare
Unknown:
Michael Redgrave
Unknown:
Basil Sydney
Unknown:
Coral Browne
Unknown:
Barry Jones.
Unknown:
Jane Wenham
Music By:
Elisabeth Lutyens
Conducted By:
Edward Clark
Production By:
Cedric Messina
Barnardo:
Gabriel Woolf
Francisco:
David Spenser
Horatio:
Michael Aldridge
Marcellus:
Keith Williams
Claudius King of Denmark:
Basil Sydney
Cornelius:
Henry Davies
Voltimand:
Rolf Lefebvre
Laertes:
John Humphry
Polonius:
Barry Jones
Hamlet:
Michael Redgrave
Gertrude, Queen of Denmark:
Coral Browne
Ophelia:
Jane Wenham
Ghost:
William Devlin
Rosencrantz:
Malcolm Hayes
Guildenstern:
Hugh Dickson
First Player:
John Glen
Prologue:
Henry Davies
Player Queen:
Paul Vieyra
Lucianus:
David Spenser
Fortinbras:
John Westbrook
A Captain:
Tom Watson
First Gravedigger:
Norman Shelley
Second Gravedigger:
Jon Rollason
Osric:
John Rye
Narrator:
Douglas Storm

Sonatas of three parts
No. 7, in E minor; No. 12, In D played by the Jacobean Ensemble
Neville Marriner (violin) Peter Gibbs (violin)
Desmond Duprg (bass viol) Thurston Dart (organ) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Violin:
Neville Marriner
Violin:
Peter Gibbs
Bass:
Desmond Duprg
Unknown:
Thurston Dart

Translated from anonymous Irish texts of the 8th to the 13th century
Music by Samuel Barber
At St. Patrick's purgatory; Church bell at night; St. Ita's vision: The heavenly banquet; The crucifixion; Sea-snatch; Promiscuity; The monk and his cat; The praises of God: The desire for hermitage
Leontyne Price (soprano) Gerald Moore (piano)

Contributors

Music By:
Samuel Barber
Piano:
Gerald Moore

Third Programme

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