by William Shakespeare
[Starring] Peggy Ashcroft, Joan Miller, Geoffrey Keen, Mark Dignam, Cyril Luckham, Richard Johnson, Clive Revill and Robert Harris
Directed by Peter Hall with music by Raymond Leppard
Details as Friday 8.10
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.0-6.10 app.): A movement from Bartok's Music for strings, percussion, celesta: record
Radio adaptation and production:
An opera In two acts
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte
Music by Mozart
(sung in Italian)
Chorus of the Paris Conservatoire
Orchestra of the Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire
Conducted BY HANS ROSBAUD
Producer. Marcello Cortis
Act 1: A tavern-The garden of the sisters' villa-Inside the villa-The garden
Ferrando, an officer in love with:
Guglielmo, an officer in love withFiordiligi:
Don Alfonso, an elderlyphilosopher:
Sisters. ladies of Ferrara: Fiordiligl:
Sisters. ladies of Ferrara: Dorabella:
Despina, their maid:
Discussion of the European Coal and Steel Community between a Comparative Lawyer and D. G. Valentine
Lecturer in Law
In the University of London
The E.C.S.C. was the first international community of a new species-before the Common Market and Euratom-and has had five years of pioneering experience. A new type of international community raises questions of international and municipal law. It also suggests an approximation of legal terms and concepts.
interviewed by Arnold Michaells on a gramophone record
In these extracts from an interview with an American broadcaster, Bruno Walter discusses the personalities and works of Bruckner, Mahler, and Mozart.
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