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: Alan Wheallcy with Betty Linton and Jill Raymond in 'THE MASK'

by Anne Ridler
Music composed by Robin Milford


Unknown: Anne Ridler
Composed By: Robin Milford

: Edinburgh International Festival

La Piccola Scala, Milan production of ' IL MATRIMONIO
Libretto by G. Bertati
Music by Cimarosa
(Continued in next column)
Orchestra of La Piccola Sca)a CONDUCTED BY NINO SANZOGNO
Producer, Giorgio Strehler
From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh The action takes place in Geronimo's house at the end of the eighteenth century
Act 1


Unknown: G. Bertati
Conducted By: Nino Sanzogno
Geronlmo, a merchant: Carlo Badioli
His daughters: Elisetta: Eugenia Ratti
His daughters: Carolina: Graziella Sciutti
Fidalma, his slster: Gabriella Carturan
Count Robinson: Franco Calabrese
Paolino, Geronimo's clerk: Luigi Alva


A Guianese legend retold by Jan Carew
When the Negro of the Guiana coast moved inland he adopted the Amerindian folk tales and changed their mythical heroes into the human beings of his own folk tradition. This story shows the fusion of these two imaginations.


Unknown: Jan Carew


Act 2


Lionel Brett considers some changes in the climate of architectural opinion, and in particular some new thinking about society's control over the artist


Act 3


Denis Mathews, who has recently returned from Russia, speaks on the conversations he had with some of the Russian painters


Theme and Variations (1916) Three Pieces (1928) played by Liza Fuchsova (piano)
Another recital of Nielsen's piano music by Liza Fuchsova : August 27


Piano: Liza Fuchsova
Music By: Liza Fuchsova


by William Langland
6-Epilogue: The End and the Beginning
A series of six readings
Devised by Elizabeth Zeeman
Fellow of Girton College, Cambridge Read by Gary Watson
In a slightly modified version of the original


Unknown: William Langland
Unknown: Elizabeth Zeeman
Read By: Gary Watson

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