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Jean Pasquier (violin) Pierre Pasquier (viola)
Etienne Pasquier (cello)


Violin: Jean Pasquier
Viola: Pierre Pasquier
Cello: Etienne Pasquier


The first of two talks in which Professor J. Isaacs talks on the Influence of the Bible on English literature


Talks: Professor J. Isaacs

: Peggy Bryan Cyril Cusack and Anthony Quayle in 'THE FLIES'

(' Les Mouches ') by Jean-Paul Sartre
Translation by Stuart Gilbert
The Characters:
Others taking part are Ella Bennett , Anne Cullen. David Enders. Malcolm Hayes , Micheline Patton. Patsy Smart , and Lionel Stevens
Incidental music composed and conducted by Norman Demuth
Adaptation and production by E. J. King Bull


Unknown: Jean-Paul Sartre
Translation By: Stuart Gilbert
Unknown: Ella Bennett
Unknown: Anne Cullen.
Unknown: David Enders.
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: Micheline Patton.
Unknown: Patsy Smart
Unknown: Lionel Stevens
Conducted By: Norman Demuth
Production By: E. J. King Bull
Zeus: Anthony Quayle
Orestes: Cyril Cusack
Electra: Peggy Bryan
Clytemnestra: Vivienne Chatterton
Aegisthus: Laidman Browne
The tutor: Robert Farquharson
First Fury: Joan Clement Scott
The High Priest: Tom Clarkson


Kate Winter (soprano)
Linda Seymour (contralto)
Richard Lewis (tenor) George James (bass) Morley College Choir Franz Osborn (piano) Peter Stadlen (piano)
Noel Mewton-Wood (piano)
Eric Harrison (piano) Six percussion players
Conductors, Walter Goehr and Michael Tippett Conducted by Michael Tippett Conducted by Walter Goehr
Byrd's motet, generally considered one of his nnest compositions, was published in Cantiones Sacrae of 1591. It is a setting of a metrical paraphrase, in Latin elegiacs. of Psalm 150, ' Praise ye the Lord, Praise God in his Sanctuary '


Contralto: Linda Seymour
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Bass: George James
Piano: Franz Osborn
Piano: Peter Stadlen
Piano: Noel Mewton-Wood
Piano: Eric Harrison
Conductors: Walter Goehr
Conductors: Michael Tippett
Conducted By: Michael Tippett
Conducted By: Walter Goehr


1-Extracts from Langland's poem
Arranged for broadcasting by Nevill Coghill
Produced by Stephen Potter


Broadcasting By: Nevill Coghill
Produced By: Stephen Potter

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