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Barry McDaniel (baritone)
Hermann Reutter (piano)
Nun wandre ,
Maria Muhvoll komm' ich und belader, Ach, des Knaben Augen
Herr, was trägt der Boden bier Ach, im Maien war's
Tief im Herzen trag ich Pcin Wenn du zu den Blumen gehsi wer sein holdes Lieb verloren
Und schlafst du, mein Madcher Herz , verzage nicht geschwind
(Spanisches Liederbuch)
Der Musikant
Verschwiegene Liebe Das Standchen
Der Soldat I
Der Soldat 2
(Eichendorff Lleder)
Fourth of a series of six recitals


Baritone: Barry McDaniel
Piano: Hermann Reutter
Piano: Nun Wandre
Piano: Maria Muhvoll
Unknown: Madcher Herz
Unknown: Verschwiegene Liebe
Unknown: Das Standchen


The novel by Stephen Crane
Adapted for radio by H. A. L. Craig
Other parts played by Isla Cameron. Andrew Downie Jon Farrell , Brian O'Higgins
Michael Peake. Charles Richardson
P.G. Stephens , Bruce Wightman and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Music composed by John Buckland conducted by Lawrence Leonard
Songs arranged by Freddie Phillips sung by Andrew Downie and Uriel Porter
Produced by John Gibson
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.45-9.55 app.) :
Outdoor Overture (Aaron Copland ) played by the Band of the Irish Guards on a gramophone record


Novel By: Stephen Crane
Unknown: H. A. L. Craig
Played By: Isla Cameron.
Played By: Andrew Downie
Played By: Jon Farrell
Played By: Brian O'Higgins
Unknown: Michael Peake.
Unknown: Charles Richardson
Unknown: P.G. Stephens
Unknown: Bruce Wightman
Composed By: John Buckland
Conducted By: Lawrence Leonard
Arranged By: Freddie Phillips
Sung By: Andrew Downie
Sung By: Uriel Porter
Produced By: John Gibson
Unknown: Aaron Copland
Henry Fleming: Nigel Stock
Braggart Soldier: Kenneth J Warren
Jim Conklin: Barry Keegan
Lieutenant: John Glen
General: Charles Irwin
Tattered Soldier: Malcolm Hayes
Cheerful Soldier: Tommy Duggan

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