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: Der Ring des Nibelungen ' ' GOTTERDAMMERUNG '

Music drama in a prelude and three acts by Wagner
Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival
Conducted by Herbert von Karajan
Prelude
The Valkyries' Rock
Act 1
Hall of the Gibiebungs on the Rhine The Valkyries' Rock

Contributors

Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan
Siegfried: Bernd Aldenhoff
Guntther: Hermann Uhde
Alberioh: Heinrich Pflanzl
Hagen: Ludiwig Weber
Brünnhilde: Astrid Varnay
Gutrune: Martha Mödl
Woglinde: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
Wellgunde: Lore Wissmamn
Flos-hilde: Hertha Topper
First Norn: Ruth Siewert
Second Norn: Ira Mal'Aniuk
Third Norn: Martha Mödl
Waltraute: Ruth Siewert

: PERSONAL ANTHOLOGY

Edwin Muir chooses and introduces a number of poems
Read. by Tom Fleming

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Muir
Read By: Tom Fleming

: ' GOTTERDAMMBRUNG'

Act 2 rn front of the hall of the Gibichungs

: Recorded in New York

Winds of Doctrine in America by Max Lerner, author, columnist, and university lecturer.
To be repeated tomorrow

Contributors

Speaker: Max Lerner

: GOTTERDAMMEiRUNG

Act 3
A wooded place on the Rhine
The hall of the Gibichungs

: GEORGES SIMENON

David Footman talks about Simenion's detective novels and what the French call his ' romans d'atmostphere'

Contributors

Talks: David Footman

: HANDEL

Richard Adeney (flute)
James Whitehead (cello continuo)
Arnold Goldsbrough (harrpsihord)
Harpsichord Suite in G minor (No. 2. thjrd set)
Sonata in. G, for flute with cello and harpsichord continuo
Harpsichord Suite in E minor (No. 4, first set)

Contributors

Flute: Richard Adeney
Cello: James Whitehead
Unknown: Arnold Goldsbrough

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