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played by James Dalton 3: MARANATHA CHURCH Amsterdam
Toccata in C
Chorale with Variations: Erbarm dich mein. 0 Herre Gott
Four Duets (Claviertibung, Book 3)
E minor; F; G; A minor
Two Chorale Preludes
Gelobet seist du, Jesus Christ Christe. du Lamm Gottes
Prelude and Fugue in G (S.541)
Recording made in collaboration with Stichting Nederlandsche Radio-Unie
November 19


Played By:
James Dalton

An enquiry conducted by 'Richard Hoggart
A great deal has been written during the year about the ' paperback revolution.' Richard Hoggart has been looking at some of the workings of the paperback industry and its present trends. The enquiry is illustrated by the recorded voices of publishers, wholesalers, booksellers, and readers.
Programme compiled and produced by Michael Simpson


Conducted By:
Richard Hoggart
Produced By:
Michael Simpson

by Vaughan Williams
A Morality founded on Bunyan's Allegory

Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
BBC Chorus (Trained by Alan G. Melville)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Henry Datyner)
Producer, Dennis Arundell
Repetiteur, Brian Priestman

Prologue: Bunyan in prison
Act 1
The Pilgrim meets Evangelist
The House Beautiful
Nocturne (Intermezzo)
Act 2 The arming of the Pilgrim
The Pilgrim meets Apollyon
Act 3
Vanity Fair
The Pilgrim in prison
Act 4
The Pilgrim meets Mr. By-Ends
The Delectable Mountains
The Pilgrim reaches the end of his journey


Ralph Vaughan Williams
Sir Adrian Boult
BBC Chorus
BBC Chorus trained by:
Alan G. Melville
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Henry Datyner
Dennis Arundell
Brian Priestman
John Bunyan (bass-baritone):
Raimund Herincx
The Pilgrim (baritone):
John Noble
Evangelist (bass):
Norman Walker
The Four Neighbours - Pliable (tenor):
John Camburn
The Four Neighbours - Obstinate (bass):
John Holmes
The Four Neighbours - Mistrust (baritone):
Lloyd Strauss-Smith
The Four Neighbours - Timorous (tenor):
Andrew Gold
Three Shining Ones (Soprano):
Pamela Petts
Three Shining Ones (Mezzo-soprano):
Patricia Howard
Three Shining Ones (Contralto):
Jean Allister
Interpreter (tenor):
Alexander Young
Watchful, the porter (baritone):
John Carol Case
A Herald (baritone):
Bryan Drake
Apollyon (bass):
Michael Langdon
Heavenly Beings - Branch-bearer (soprano):
Josephine Veasey
Heavenly Beings - Cup-bearer (contralto):
Janet Baker
Lord Lechery (tenor):
Lloyd Strauss-Smith
Demas (baritone):
Ranken Bushby
Judas Iscariot (baritone):
John Camburn
Simon Magus (bass):
James Atkins
Wordly Glory (baritone):
Ranken Bushby
Madam Wanton (soprano):
Victoria Sladen
Madam Bubble (mezzo-soprano):
Janet Howe
Pontius Pilate (bass):
Harold Gray
Usher (tenor):
Andrew Gold
Lord Hate-Good (bass):
John Holmes
Malice (soprano):
Iris Kells
Pickthank (contralto):
Jean Allister
Superstition (tenor):
John Kentish
Envy (bass):
James Atkins
A Woodcutter's boy (soprano):
Iris Kells
Mister By-Ends (tenor):
John Kentish
Madam By-Ends (contralto):
Janet Fraser
Three Shepherds (baritone):
Ranken Bushby
Three Shepherds (tenor):
Duncan Robertson
Three Shepherds (bass):
Norman Walker
Voice of a bird (soprano):
Pamela Petts
A Celestial Messenger (tenor):
Alexander Young
Voices from the Celestial City (soprano):
Pamela Petts
Voices from the Celestial City (contralto):
Jean Allister
Voices from the Celestial City (tenor):
Alexander Young

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