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: RAVEL'S PIANO WORKS-1

Sonatine
Valses nobles et sentimentales played by Yvonne Lefébure ébure

Contributors

Played By: Yvonne Lefébure

: 'POINT OF VIEW'

A talk on the political or economic events of the day
This series consists of talks on current affairs. To ensure topicality, each talk is arranged within a few davs of being broadcast. Speakers with a well-defined point of view on the issue in question are invited to contribute, the primary object being to provide clear and authoritative comment on events of the day

: ' RINALDO'

An opera in three acts by Handel
(Sung in Italian)
Radio Italiana Orchestra
Conducted by Fernando Previtall
Act 1
The besieged city of Jerusalem

Contributors

Conducted By: Fernando Previtall
Goffredo, Commander in Chief of the Christian Army: Fernanda Cadoni
Almirena, his daughter, betrothed to Rinaldo: Alba Anzellotti
Rinaldo, the Hero of the Field: Ebe Stignanl
Eustazio, brother of Goffredo: Graziella Muzi
Arganta, King of Jerusalem,in love with Armida: Mario Borriello
Armida, a sorceress: Gabriella Gatti
A Christian magician: Graziella Muzi

: ' IDEAS AND BELIEFS OF THE VICTORIANS'

' The Tractarian Movement: Church Revival and Reform '
Talk by the Rev. Alec Vidler , D.D., Warden of St. Deiniol's Library, Hawarden, Cheshire

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Alec Vidler

: ' RINALDO '

Act 2
The foreshore overlooking a wide expanse of sea

: VICTORIAN READINGS

The Evangelicals
A selection of passages from contemporary writings

: ' RINALDO '

Act 3
A steep mountain topped by the enchanted castle of Armida

: 'WREN'S CITY CHURCHES'

In this programme John Summer-son and H. S. Goodhart-Rendal talk in particular about the church of St. Stephen, Walbrook

Contributors

Unknown: H. S. Goodhart-Rendal








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