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: Edinburgh International Festival ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Hans Richter-Haaser (piano)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader, Steven Staryk )
Conducted by Rudolf Kempe
From the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Part 1


Piano: Hans Richter-Haaser
Leader: Steven Staryk
Conducted By: Rudolf Kempe


Sylvia Beach
Interviewed by Darsie Gillie
In the early 'twenties Sylvia Beach, an adventurous young American, went to Paris and opened a bookshop called Shakespeare and Co. Her first publishing venture was James Joyce's Ulysses, at that time banned both in England and America.


Unknown: Sylvia Beach
Interviewed By: Darsie Gillie


by Jessie Kesson
An impression of a way of life, of a man derived from it, and of his particular problem.
Others taking part:
Jane Cowan , Agnes Dundas
Patricia Leckie , Eileen McCallum
William Gavin , John Mearns
Robert Milne. Douglas Murchie and Logie Still
Produced by James Crampsey


Unknown: Jessie Kesson
Unknown: Jane Cowan
Unknown: Agnes Dundas
Unknown: Patricia Leckie
Unknown: Eileen McCallum
Unknown: William Gavin
Unknown: John Mearns
Unknown: Robert Milne.
Unknown: Douglas Murchie
Unknown: Logie Still
Produced By: James Crampsey
Narrator: Iain Cuthbertson
Hugh Riddle: Bryden Murdoch
His Father: Allan Armstrong
His Mother: Effie Morrison
His Wife: Irene Galloway


Songs of Hradcany
Golden Lane
The weeping fountain Belvedere sung by the Moravian Women Teachers' Chorus
(soloist, Jadwiga Wysoczanska ) with Hynek Kaslik (flute) Tosa Souckova (harp) on a gramophone record


Soloist: Jadwiga Wysoczanska
Flute: Hynek Kaslik
Harp: Tosa Souckova

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