Sonatas for unaccompanied violin
No. 6, in E: No. 3, in D minor;
No. 2, in A played by Antonio Brosa
Eugene Ysaye , the famous Belgian violinist who died in 1931, wrote six sonatas for unaccompanied violin, each dedicated to an eminent virtuoso. No. 6 is dedicated to Manuel Quiroga , No. 3 to Georges Enesco, and No. 2 to the late Jacques Thibaud.
Talk by H. S. Goodhart-Rendel, F.R.I.B.A.
former Slade Professor of Fine Art in the University of Oxford
The speaker reviews the recently published volume in the Pelican History of Art, Architecture in Britain 1530-1830, by John Summerson.
An opera in one act with a prologue
Words by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Music by Richard Strauss
Cast in order of singing and speaking:
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
CONDUCTED BY CARL BÖHM
Producer, Josef Gielen
A hall in the mansion 4 a nobleman
The Majordomo (speaking part):
A Music Master:
The Tenor (Bacchus):
A Dancing Master:
Prima Donna (Ariadne):
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