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3-J. S. Bach 's Descendants Devised and introduced by Karl Geiringer
Jacqueline Delman (soprano)
Alexandier Young (tenor)
Raymond Leppard (harpsichord) Viola Tunnard and Martin Penny
(piano duet)
The Metos Ensemble


Unknown: S. Bach
Introduced By: Karl Geiringer
Soprano: Jacqueline Delman
Tenor: Alexandier Young
Harpsichord: Raymond Leppard
Harpsichord: Viola Tunnard
Harpsichord: Martin Penny

: James Clarke Elisabeth Welch and Earl Cameron in 'UNDER THE SUN'

by Sylvia Wymter
Drummer, Emmanuel Myers Produced by Robin Midgley
A mountain community in Jamaica, the New Believers of Hebron—this is the setting. Old Moses has led his followers out of the Sodom and Gomorrah of Cockpit Center, out of starvation and homeless poverty, to the open hills, to his vision of the good life. Moses has gone, and Aloysius after him, and now Obadiah Brown is Elder, who had been inspired to come up to Hebron. But Hebron is attacked by hurricane wind and water, and the face of God is turned from it.
DURING THE INTERVAL: 10.6-10.16 app.
Music by Turina
Laurindo Almeida (guitar) on a gramophone record


Unknown: Sylvia Wymter
Unknown: Emmanuel Myers
Produced By: Robin Midgley
Music By: Laurindo Almeida
Sister Sue, wife of Lazarus: Cleo Laine
Sister Ann, her unmarried sister: Pearl Prescod
Aunt Kate, wid,ow of Aloysdus, thesecond elder of Hebron: Pauline Henriques
Obadiah Brown, a carpenter, now elder of the New Believers of Hebron: James Clarke
Brother Hugh, the chief recorder: Earl Cameron
Sister Gee, Hugh's young wife: Nadia Cattouse
Brother Zacky: Andre Dakar
Brother Lazarus: Robert Adams
Sister Eufemia: Sheila Clarke
Sister Beatrice: Lola Parkinson
Brother Ananias: Andrew Salkey
Brother Julius: Frank Singuineau
Rose Brown, Obaddah's wife: Sylrvia Wymter
Miss 'Gatha, widow of Moses, the first elder of Hebron: Elisabeth Welch
Isaac, her crippled son: Gordon Woolford

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