Translated by George Graveley
Don Juan (Marius Goring ); Sganarelle (Jack MacGowran ); Dona Elvira (Ena Moon); Don Carlos (Daiid March); Don Alonso (George Hagan ): Don Louis (Baliol Holloway); Peasant girls, Charlotte and Mathurine [Betty Linton and Sheila Grant ); Statue of the Commander (Godfrey Kenton ); Francisque (Norman Wynne ); Pierrot (Brian Wilde ); La Violette (Anthony Viccars ); Ragotin (Philip Grout); La Ramee (John Bennett ); Gusman (Kenneth McClellan ); Dimanche (Eric Francis )
Produced by R. D. Smith
by Alexander Goehr
The young composer discusses a recent statement by the musical theorist Herbert Eimert : 'There can be only one way of defining the contemporary stage of musical composition, and that is-past-Webern, a situation resulting from the discovery of the tingle note.'
Etudes (Book 2) played by Walter Gieseking (piano)
Pour les degres chromatiques; Pour les agrements; Pour les notes répétées; Pour les sonorites opposes; Pour les arpeges composees; Pour les accords on a gramophone record
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