A talk by Francis Biddle , who was Attorney - General during President Roosevelt's War Administration and a member of the international military tribunal at the Nuremberg trials.
This is a shortened version of the Sydney Ball Lecture delivered at Oxford in May.
by William Shakespeare with music by Carl Orff
The Ambrosian Singers
The New Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. David McCallum )
Conducted by Maurice Miles
Cast in order of speaking:
Theseus, Duke of Athens (Valentine Dyall); Hippolyta (Nicoletle Bernard); Egeus, father to Hermia (Derek Birch ); Hermia (Gabrielle Blum ); Demetrius (Anthony Jacobs); Lysander (Michael Ingham ); Helena (Denise Bryer ); Quince (John Gabriel ); Bottom (Charles Leno ); Flute (Allan McClelland ); Starveling (John Ruddock ); Snout (Geoffrey Lumsden ); Snug (Manning Wilson); Puck (Sean Barrett ); Fairy (Beth Boyd ); Oberon (Robert Harris ); Titania (Cecile Chevreau ); Peaseblossom (Belly Linton); Cobweb (Olive Kirby); Moth (Jill Nyasa ); Mustard-seed (Molly Lawson ); Philostrate, Master of the Revels (John Dearth)
Produced by R. D. Smith
(Geoffrey Lumsden is appearing in Repertory at the Grand Theatre, W olverjiamplem)
Deryck Cooke writes on page 4
During the interval (9.50-10.0 app.):
Early English Music: on records
Elizabeth Goble (harpsichord)
Carl Dolmetsch (recorder) with Joseph Saxby (harpsichord)
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