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: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

BBC Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. Paul Beard )
Conducted by Franz-Andre

Contributors

Leader: Paul Beard

: LAW IN ACTION

A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
16-Avoidance of Death Duties and Control of Infants'
Property by a barrister

: The Yugoslav National Opera and Ballet (Zagreb) (by arrangement with Peter Daubeny Presentations Ltd., and Eugene Iskoldoff Productions) present ' ERO THE JOKER'

('Ero S Onoga Svijeta')
A comic opera in three acts based on a folk story by Milan Begovic
Music by Jakov Gotovac
(sung in Serbo-Croat)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb
CONDUCTED BY THE Composer
Producer, Nando Roje
From the Stoll Theatre, London
Scene: a small village in Dalmatia at the foot of the Dinara Mountains, in early autumn. Time: the present day
ACT 1: Outside Marko's house

Contributors

Story By: Milan Begovic
Music By: Jakov Gotovac
Producer: Nando Roje
MARKO, a -rich peasant: Josip Krizaj
DOMA, his second wife: Mariana Radev
DJULA his daughter by his first wife: Nada Toncic
MicA (ERO): Josip Gostic
SIMA, the miller: Milivoj Kucic
A SHEPHERD BOY: Bezena Gatolin
A YOUTH: Zdenko Richter

: THE SILENT WORLD

Jacques-Yves Cousteau talks about his underwater archaeological findings in the Mediterranean.

Contributors

Talks: Jacques-Yves Cousteau

: ERO THE JOKER '

Act 2: In Sima's mill

: A NOVEL OF TASTE

Talk by Arnold Noach
The clash between unregenerate Rococo and austere Louis-Seize is portrayed in a little-known novel by the French eighteenth-century architect Jean-François Blondel, which shows the Man of Taste wooed by two lady loves. Arnold Noach talks about the novel and about L'Education des Riches, a genre picture of the same period at present on view in London at the Royal Academy.

Contributors

Talk By: Arnold Noach

: 'ERO THE JOKER'

Act 3: The annual fair

: THE' PURGATORIO '

of Dante Alighieri
The second cantica of the Divine Comedy, translated into English triple rhyme by Laurence Binyon
A reading in six parts
Part 1 (Cantos 1-5)

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Binyon
Dante: Marius Goring
Cato: Baliol Holloway
Virgil: Esmé Percy
Casella: Robert Bernal
Manfred: Robert Eddison
Belacqua: John Cazabon
Jacopo del Cassero: Douglas Wilmer
Buonconte da Montefeltro: David King-Wood
Pia de' Tolomei: Daphne Anderson








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