' Ophelia '
Written for broadcasting by G. W. Stonier
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Incidental music composed by Elizabeth Lutyens
Conducted by Edward Clark
After the play scene in Hamlet we do not meet Ophelia again until Act 4. Scene 5. when she suddenly appears 'mad.' Tonight's programme is an attempt by a contemporary writer to bridge this gap
Jenny, maid to Ophelia:
A series of programmes devised by Ernst H. Meyer
Belgian, and French Music
Music by Pierkin, Hacquart, Lully, Benedictus a San Josepho, Verdier, Rosiers, and Dumont
Margaret McArthur (contralto)
Ernest Lush (harpsichord)
(Led by Raymond Cohen )
Conducted by Arnold Goldsbrough
Next programme in this series: August 6
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