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: ' STUDIES IN INTERPRETATION AND STYLE'

'The Interpretation of Bach's Music for Stringed Instruments': second of two illustrated talks by Max Rostal

Contributors

Unknown: Max Rostal

: ENGLISH SONGS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

sung by Janet Fraser (contralto) with Norman Fraser (piano)

Contributors

Contralto: Janet Fraser
Piano: Norman Fraser

: 'NATURAL HISTORY OF ST. KILDA'

by James Fisher
Produced by Stephen Potter

Contributors

Unknown: James Fisher
Produced By: Stephen Potter

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Rudolf Serkin (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Paul Beard )
Conductor, Sir Adrian Boult
Part 1

Contributors

Piano: Rudolf Serkin
Leader: Paul Beard
Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult

: French Novelists: 4: Eugene Fromentin

Edward Sackville-West on "Dominique".
Fifth talk in series: Alan Pryce Jones on Gustave Flaubert, tomorrow, October 26.

Contributors

Speaker: Edward Sackville-West

: Robert Donat in 'THE HISTORY OF DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA'

by Miguel de Cervantes
Edited by J. A. Camacho
Adapted for radio by Angel Ara
Music composed by Manuel Lazareno and recorded under the direction of Maurice Miles
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon and Angel Ara
Part 3
In this final excerpt from the novel of Cervantes are described the adventures of Don Quixote at Barcelona, his return to his village, and his death

Contributors

Unknown: Miguel de Cervantes
Edited By: J. A. CamacHo
Radio By: Angel Ara
Composed By: Manuel Lazareno
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon
Unknown: Angel Ara
Unknown: Don Quixote
Don Quixote: Robert Donat
Sancho Panza: Ernest Jay
The housekeeper: Mary O'Farrell
The niece: Maxine Audley
The Knight of the White Moon: Philip Cunningham
Miguel de Cervantes: Norman Shelley








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