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Problems of Settlement and Respttlement
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 25) followed by an Interlude at 6.50


" Quattro Ruateght"
An opera In three acts
Libretto by Giuseppe Pizsolato from the play by Carlo Ooldoni Music by Wolf-Ferrari
Sadler's Wells Orchestra
(Leader, Walter Price )
Conducted by Alexander Gibson
Producer, Dennis Arundell
From Sadler's Wells Theatre
(by arrangement with Sadier's
Wells Trust, Ltd.) followed by an interlude at 8.0


Unknown: Giuseppe Pizsolato
Play By: Carlo Ooldoni
Leader: Walter Price
Conducted By: Alexander Gibson
Producer: Dennis Arundell
English version by: Edward J Dent
Mr Crusty, a cornchandler: Howell Glynne
Mrs. Crusty (Margery), his second wife: Anna Pollak
Lucinda, his daughter by his first wife: June Bronhill
Mr Hardstone, a cutler: Harold Blackburn
Peter, his son: Gwent Lewis
Mrs. Gruff (Maria), his sister-in-law: Marjorie Shires
Her maid: Jane Gilbert
Mr Gruff, an apothecary: Stanley Clarkson
Lady Pinchbeck (Felicia): Marion Lowe
Riccardo Count d'Arcolal, her admirer: Thomas Round
Sir James Pinchbeck, Master of the Goldsmiths: David Ward


ACT. 2
Mr. Crusty drawnlng-room , evening


Unknown: Mr. Crusty Drawnlng-Room


Jan Sedilvka (violin)
Sela Trail (cello)
Watson Forbes (viola)
Alan Richardson (piano)
Leon Goossens (oboe) Mary Carter (violin)
Anantole Mines (viola)
(first broadcast performance)
(first broadcast performance)
(The first and lastworks are-


Viola: Watson Forbes
Piano: Alan Richardson
Oboe: Leon Goossens
Violin: Mary Carter
Theme and Variations, for violin and cello (first broadcast performance): Elizabeth MacOnchy
Fantasin on the name BACH, Op. 29, for viola and plano: Kenneth Leighton
Trio for oboe, violin, and viola: Hand Gal

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