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: Peer Gynt

by Henrik Ibsen
English version by Norman Ginsbury
Music by HARALD SAEVERUD and and The Linden Singers
Desmond Dupre (lute)
Sinfonia of London
Conductor. John Hollingsworth Produced by Donald McWhinnie
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.30-9.45 app.):
Sonata No. 1, in A minor (Schumann), played by Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin) and Carl Seeman (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Unknown: Norman Ginsbury
Music By: Harald Saeverud
Singers: Desmond Dupre
Conductor: John Hollingsworth
Produced By: Donald McWhinnie
Played By: Wolfgang Schneiderhan
Played By: Carl Seeman
Narrator: Frederick Treves
AASE widow of John Gynt: Fay Compton
PEER GYNT, her son: Michael Redgrave
TWO OLD WOMEN: Tobi Weinberg
TWO OLD WOMEN: Janel Burnell
ASLAK, a blacksmith: Trevor Martin
A GIRL: Judith Gibson
MADS Moen the bridegroom: Allan McClelland
His FATHER: Keith Williams
A MAN: Will Leighton
His wife: Cécile Chevreau
Their daughters : SOLVFIG: Frances Cuka
Their daughters : HELGA: Patricia Leventon
The FARMER at Heggstad: Harold Reese
Ingrid, his daught er: Barbara Ashcroft
THREE COWHERD-GIRLS: Tobi Weinberg
THREE COWHERD-GIRLS: Cecile Chevreau
THREE COWHERD-GIRLS,: Hilda Schroder
A WOMAN in green: Margaret Whiting
THE KING of theDovre: Peter Claughton
A voice in the darkness: Will Leighton
KARl, a cottar's wife: Janet Burnell
MR COTTON: Trevor Martin
M BALLON: Keith Williams
HERR VON EBERKOPP: Harold Reese
A THIEF: Nigel Anthony
A RECEIVER: Peter Bartlett
ANITRA, daughter of an Arab chief: Mairhi Russell
Professor BEGRIFFENFELDT, Ph.D.,director of the lunatic asylum in Cairo: Allan McClelland
KING Apis: Jeffrey Segal
A NORWEGIAN SKIPPER: Trevor Martin
A SAlLOR: Robert Ornbo
A STRANGE PASSENGER: Keith Williams
A BUTTON-MOULDER: Haydn Jones








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