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: SHOSTAKOVICH

Piano Quintet, Op. 57 played by the Hurwitz String Quartet
Kyla Greenbaum (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Kyla Greenbaum

: RECORD REVIEW

Norman Del Mar reviews Three Fragments from Berg's' Wozzeck' Henry Boys reviews Stravinsky's ' Symphony of Psalms '

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Del Mar
Unknown: Henry Boys

: IMAGINARY CONVERSATIONS

Edited by Rayner Heppenstall
' Ibsen in Italy'
Written for broadcasting by T. C. Worsley
Produced by Robert Gittings

Contributors

Edited By: Rayner Heppenstall
Broadcasting By: T. C. Worsley
Produced By: Robert Gittings

: A performance in German of 'EURYANTHE'

A romantic opera in three acts Libretto by Helmine von Chezy
Music by Weber
Chorus and Symphony Orchestra of NordwestdeutscherRundfunk (Cologne)
Conducted by Ljubomir Romansky
Scene. France in the Middle Ages
Act 1
Scene 1: A gallery in the Royal
Castle-at Premery
Scene 2: The entrance to a vault in Nevers Castle

Contributors

Unknown: Helmine von Chezy
Music By: Weber
Conducted By: Ljubomir Romansky
King Louis: Helmut Fahn
Adolar Count of Nevers: Lorenz Feherberger
Lysiart, Count of Forest: Heinrich Nillius
Rudolph, a Knight: Christo Bajew
Euryanthe of Savoy: Trude Eipperle
Eglantine of Pulset: Martha Modl
Bertha: Trude Kurtegast

: FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT

A weekly talk on international affairs given by a BBC staff correspondent

: ' EURYANTHE '

Act 2
Scene 1: At Nevers
Scene 2: A gallery in the Royal
Palace

: PORTRAIT OF A MOUNTAIN

Bidcan nam Bian in Argyllshire by Gordon Rattray Taylor

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Rattray Taylor

: 'EURYANTHE'

Act 3
Scene 1: A lonely mountain gorge
Scene 2: An open space before Nevers
Castle








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