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Cantata No. 1. Op. 29 (1939)
Variations for orchestra. Op. 30 (1940) Cantata No. 2. Op. 31 (1943)
Marni Nixon (soprano)
Charles Scharbach (bass)
A Mixed Chorus and an Orchestra
Conducted by Robert Craft on gramophone records
Introduced bv Roberto Gerhard

Contributors

Soprano: Marni Nixon
Bass: Charles Scharbach
Conducted By: Robert Craft
Unknown: Roberto Gerhard

: DON CARLOS '

by Friedrich von Schiller
Translated and adapted for radio by Clemence Dane
Music composed by Roberto Gerhard
Charles Spinks (organ)
Hubert Dawkes (harpsichord)
Produced by H. B. Fortuin
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.25-9.35 app.): Movements from Suite archaïque (Honegger): on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Friedrich von Schiller
Unknown: Clemence Dane
Composed By: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Charles Spinks
Harpsichord: Hubert Dawkes
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin
Domingo, the King's confessor: Miles Malleson
Don Carlos: David Peel
Marquis Posa: Laurence Payne
Elisabeth Valois, Queen of Spain: Christine Finn
Princess Eboli: Rosalie Crutchley
Marchioness Mondecar: Judy Bailey
Duchess Olivarez: Ella Milne
Count Lerma: Godfrey Kenton
Philip II, King of Spain: Leon Quartermaine
Duke of Alba: Francis de Wolff
The Queen's Page: S Grant
Duke of Feria: Norman Claridge
Admiral Medina Sidonia: Wilfrid Grantham
Prince of Parma: John Rye
The Infanta: Sheila Grant
Count Taxis: Edgar Norfolk
Grand Inquisitor of Spain: Ernest Milton








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