Mary and Geraldine Peppin
Frederick Grinke (violin)
Eric Harrison (piano)
St. Cecilia Trio:
Sydney Humphreys (violin)
Norman Jones (cello) Robin Wood (piano)
Introduction and Allegro. Op. 29, for two pianos
Violin Sonata. Op. 3 Piano Trio, Op. 2
(The first and last items are recorded)
Second of two programmes
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DTJRINC THE INTERVAL (6.50-7.0 app.): A gramophone record of the second movement of Bliss's Musrc for Strings, played by the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by the composer
An opera in three acts
Libretto by Antonio Marchi Translated into English and edited by Charles Farncombe
Music by Handel
Philomusica of London
(Leader, Granville Jones )
Thurston Dart (harpsichord)
Bernard Richards (cello)
Conducted BY CHARLES FARNCOMBE
Scene: A magic island ruled by Alcina
ALCINA, a sorceress:
MORGANA, her sister:
ORONTE, general of Alcina's forces:
her ownBRADAMANTE, disguised brother Riccardo:
RUGGIERO, a young knight, betrothed to Bradamante.:
MELISSO, Bradamante's guardian:
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