A selection from his poems in verse and prose made and Introduced by Raymond Mortimer
Presented by Rayner Heppenstall
Recorded in the original by Roger Blin , Madeleine Renaud , and Jean Yonneand read intraslation by Demmis Arumdell and Marjorie Wesbbury. (Translations by Frances Cormford ,Lord Derwentt, Margaret Jourdain. and Naomi Lewis )
Poems by Gerard de Nerval : tomorrow
Music drama in three acts by Wagner
Covent Garden Opera Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Douglas Robinson)
Covent Garden Opera Orchestra
(Leader, Thomas Matthews)
Conducted by Clemens Krauss
From the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
The action takes place at sea, in Cornwall, and in Brittany in Arthurian days
On board King Marke's ship
A young sailor:
Isolde, daughter of the King of Ire land:
BrangÃ¡Â¼â€žne her attendant:
Kurwenal, Tristan's henchman:
Tristan, nephew of Marke:
Melot falsefriend of Tristan:
Marke, King of Cornwall:
Talk by Sir Wilfrid Eady, G.C.M.G.
The speaker was closely associated with Keynes at the Treasury and during the Bretton Woods Conference and the negotiations for the American loan. He does not comment on Keynes' economic theories but speaks about the personality that was revealed to the Treasury, where Sir Wilfrid Eady is Second Secretary.
In the garden of Marke's castle
Talk by J. M. Cocking
Baudelaire, quoting K. T. A. Hoffmann and Swedenborg, maintained that all art is mystic revelation of the symbolism of the universe, which is a reflection or ' correspondence' of God. J. M. Cocking , cturcr in French at King's College, London, discusses the importance of this idea to Symbolism and Impressionism.
K. T. A.
In the ruined castle yard of Kareol in Brittany
1—' thePower of Words'
2—' The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion *
Pagodes; La soiree dans Grenade; Jardins sous la pluie
Valse: La plus que lente played by Lyell Barbour (piano)