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Margaret Good (piano) Maxwell Ward (viola)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
The Kathleen Merritt
String Orchestra
(Leader, Colin Sauer )
Conductor, Kathleen Merritt


Piano: Margaret Good
Viola: Maxwell Ward
Harpsichord: Charles Spinks
Unknown: Kathleen Merritt
Leader: Colin Sauer
Conductor: Kathleen Merritt


3-Yugoslavia. Czechoslovakia and France: 1943-1953


A comic operetta in two acts
Words by Johann Mayrhofer
Music by Schubert
Chorus of Berne Radio
Berne Municipal Orchestra
Conducted by Christoph Lertz


Unknown: Johann Mayrhofer
Conducted By: Christoph Lertz
The Countess Olivia: Maria Stader
Her companions: Eusebia: Anneliese Luet Johann
Her companions: Laura: Inge Borkh
His friends: Don Alonso , a young nobleman from Salamanca: Ernst Hafliger
His friends: Don Diego: David Galliver
His friends: Don Fidelio: Diego Ochsenbein
Count Tormes: Paul Geiser
The Magistrate, Laura's uncle: Gottfried Fehr
Manuel, keeper of the vineyard: Fridolin Mosbacher
Xilo,a peasant: Fridolin Mosbacher
First guerrilla: Jean-Paul Kochlin
Second guerrilla: Pascal OBErholzer

: Felix Aylmer with John van Eyssen in 'BACCHUS'

by Jean Cocteau
Translated by Mary C . Hoeck
Edited and produced by E. J. King Bull


Unknown: Jean Cocteau
Translated By: Mary C Hoeck
Produced By: E. J. King Bull


String Quartet in A flat
Op. 105 played by the Amadeus String Quartet:
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nisset (violin)
Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)


Violin: Norbert Brainin
Violin: Siegmund Nisset
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett

: The Ballad and the Rebel

Talk by R.H. Hilton, Lecturer in History in the University of Birmingham
The speaker traces the legend of Robin Hood from its origin in the anonymous ballads of the Middle Ages and relates these ballads and their hero to the life of the medieval English peasant.


Talk By: R. H. Hilton

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