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: The Glyndebourne Opera presents ' IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA'

('The Barber of Seville')
A comic opera in two acts Libretto by Cesare Sterbinl
Music by Rossini
(sung in the original Italian)
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
(Chorus-Master. Peter Gellhorn ) Royal Philharmonic
Orchestra (Leader, Arthur Leavins)
Conducted BY VlTTORIO Gut
Chief coach. Jani Strasser
Continuo, Raymond Leppard
Producer, Carl Ebert
Acr I
Scene 1: Outside Dr. Bartolo's house in Seville. Dawn
Scene 2: Inside Dr. Bartolo's house. Later the same morning

Contributors

Unknown: Cesare Sterbinl
Chorus-Master: Peter Gellhorn
Conducted By: Vlttorio Gut
Unknown: Jani Strasser
Unknown: Raymond Leppard
Unknown: Carl Ebert
FIORELLO, servant of Count Almaviva: Gwyn Griffiths
COUNT Almaviva: Juan Oncina
FIGARO, a barber: Sesto Bruscantinl
ROSINA: Gianna D'Angelo
Doctor BARTOLO, guardian of Rosina: Ian Wallace
BERTA, Bartolo's housekeeper: Monica Sinclair
Ambrocio, Bartolo's servant: Harold Williams
Basilio, music master to Rosina: Cristiano Dalamangas
AN OFFICER: David Kelly
A NOTARY: Daniel McCoshan

: APPROACH TO SELF-GOVERNMENT IN THE COMMONWEALTH

A series of eight lectures by Sir Ivor Jennings K.B.E ,q.c.
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. and Constitutional Adviser to the Government of Pakistan 1
- The Problem
' The Commonwealth has divided into ten independent nations, but the process is by no means complete ... It is my job as a constitutional lawyer who has specialised in the process of constitution-making to help the local leaders to find solutions to the problems which confront them, in order that the process may be expedited.'

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Ivor Jennings K.B.E

: WANDA LANDOWSKA

(harpsichord): on gramophone records La Dauphine (Rameau)
Les barricades mysterieuses (Couperin) L'Arlequine (Couperin)

: Esme Percy with John Glen in ' THE GREAT WAR OF THE SONDREBOND'

by C. F. Ramuz
C. F. Ramuz (1878-1942) is perhaps best known for The Soldier's Tale, which was put to music by Stravinsky in 1917. In the poem La Grands Guerre du Sondrebond he recalls, with his own highly individual style of humour, one of the most obscure episodes in European history-the Sondrebond campaign of 1847, which was Switzerland's last war.
Translated and adapted for radio by Dorothy Baker
Production by Christopher Sykes

Contributors

Unknown: C. F. Ramuz
Radio By: Dorothy Baker
Production By: Christopher Sykes

: 'IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA '

ACT 2: The music room in Dr. Bartolo's house. Late afternoon

: THE FOUNDATION DEBATE

of the University Women's Union,
Cambridge
The Motion: 'That Woman's place is in this House"
Proposed by Mr. D. Mirfin
Magdalene College: Ex-President,
Cambridge Union Society
Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Miss M. J. Roberts
Newnham College
IContinued in next column)
Opposed by Mr. J. G. D. Shaw 1
St. John's College: Ex-President
Cambridge Union Society
Mrs. Sheila Prior Palmer and . Miss J. Appleton
Girton College
In the Chair,
Miss A. M. D. Langford
Girton College
President of the Union
The Debate is preceded by the speech of H.E. Mrs. Pandit, High Commissioner for India, accepting honorary membership of the Union.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. D. Mirfin
Unknown: Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Unknown: Miss M. J. Roberts
Unknown: Mr. J. G. D. Shaw

: HILDING ROSENBERG

String Quartet No. 6 (1954) played by the Kyndel Quartet

: THE ORIGINS OF ROME

Talk by J. B. Ward Perkins
Director of the British School at Rome
Since the war a number of excavations by Italian and Swedish archaeologists on the Palatine Hill and the Forum have thrown new light on the early history of Rome. The speaker considers to what extent the ancient legends about the foundation of Rome are confirmed or contradicted by this new evidence.

Contributors

Talk By: J. B. Ward Perkins








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