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: The Glyndebourne Opera presents 'LA CENERENTOLA'

('Cinderella')
An opera in two acts
Libretto by Jacopo Ferretti
Music by Rossini
(sung in the original Italian)
Cast in order of singing:
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
Square-piano continuo played by Maurits Sillem
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, David McCallum ) CONDUCTED BY VITTORIO GUI
Produced by Carl Ebert
Act
3c. 1: A hill in Don Magnifico's castle Sc. 2: A room in Don Ramiro's palace
Sc. 3: Grand talon in Don Ramiro 's palace

Contributors

Unknown: Jacopo Ferretti
Music By: Rossini
Played By: Maurits Sillem
Leader: David McCallum
Conducted By: Vittorio Gui
Produced By: Carl Ebert
Unknown: Don Ramiro
Daughters of Don Magniflco: Clorinda (soprano): Alda Noni
Tisbe (mezzo-soprano): Fernanda Cadonl
Angelina, their step-sister, known as Cenerentola (mezzo-soprano): Marina de Gabarain
Alidoro, philosopher, tutor to Don Ramiro (bass): Hervey Alan
Don Magnifico, Baron Montefiascone (bass): Ian Wallace
Don Ramiro, Prince of Salerno (tenor): Juan Oncina
Dandini, his valet (baritone): Sesto Bruscantinl

: ' MAN OVERDUE'

Story by Jack Seddon Read by David Kossoff

Contributors

Story By: Jack Seddon
Read By: David Kossoff

: MOZART

Kontretanz, Das Donnerwetter (K.
634): played by the Edwin Fischer Chamber Orchestra, conductor Edwin Fischer
Serenade in B flat, for thirteen wind instruments (K.361): played by members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Wilhelm Furtw ängler on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Das Donnerwetter
Unknown: Edwin Fischer
Conducted By: Wilhelm Furtw

: BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS OF ATOMIC ENERGY

Talk by W. V. Mayneord D.SC. , Professor of Physics
Applied to Medicine, University of London
The proceedings of the Biological Hazards conference, organised by the Institute of Biology and the Atomic Scientists' Association, were published recently. Professor Mayneord speaks about the conference and about new information that has been received since t was held

Contributors

Talk By: W. V. Mayneord D.Sc.

: 'LA CENERENTOLA'

Act 2
Sc. 1: Wine cellar of Don Ramiro 's palace Sc. 2: A room in Don Ramiro 's palace
Sc. 3: The thall in Don Magnifico's s castle Sc. 4: Grand <alon in Don Ramiro's palace
See ' Music Diary' on page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Don Ramiro
Unknown: Don Ramiro

: HENRY JAMES AND H. G. WELLS

An episode of literary history
Programme written and compiled by Michael Swan

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Swan

: BRAHMS

Sonata In F minor, Op. 120 No. 1 played by Kenneth Essex (viola)
Dennis Murdoch (piano)

Contributors

Played By: Kenneth Essex
Piano: Dennis Murdoch

: TANGIER: OUTPOST OF ANARCHY

A talk by Honor Tracy, who has recently visited Tangier

: DUTCH PIANO MUSIC

Bronwen Jones (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Bronwen Jones

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