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played by Paul Jacobs
Clavierstucke, Op. 23 Schoenberg Two realisations of Claviersttltk No.
11 Karlheinz Stockhausen
(first broadcast in this country)


Played By: Paul Jacobs
Unknown: Karlheinz Stockhausen

: British Drama 1600-1642

Programme 7
June Tobin and Michael Gough in ' THE CHANGELING'
(1622) by Thomas Middleton
Edited for radio and produced by Raymond Raikes Music by Christopher Whelen
Characters in order of speaking:
The Scene: Alicant, a Valencian seaport
The principal source of The Changeling is John Reynolds's The Triumphs of God's Revenge against ... Murther (1621), and sections from this book will be read by DAVID BIRD before each of the five acts.
A section of the New Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer


Unknown: Michael Gough
Unknown: Thomas Middleton
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Music By: Christopher Whelen
ALSEMERO, a nobleman, afterwards married to Beatrice: Desmond Carrington
JASPERINO his friend: John Stone
BEATRICE, daughter to Vermandero: June Tobin
DIAPHANTA, her waiting-woman: Freda Dowie
Di FLORES, servant to Vermandero: Michael Gough
VERMANDERO, governor of the castle of Alicant: Norman Shelley
TOMAzo DE PIRACQUO, a noble lord: Philip Morant
ALONzo De PIRACQUO, his brother, a suitor to Beatrice: Nigel Anthony


Opera in one act
Words by Sedaine
Music by Monsigny
(sung in French)
Orchestra of Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise
Narrator. Jacques Brunius
See ' Music Diary '


Narrator: Pierre Michel Le Conte
Narrator: Jacques Brunius
Rose: Nadine Sautereau
Colas: Raymond Aurade
Mother Bobi: Francoise Ogeas
Mathurin: Pierre Germain
Pierre Le Roux: Gerard Friedmann


by Czeslaw Milosz
Polish author and poet
The Age of Discretion, by Arthur Koestler: April 16


Unknown: Czeslaw Milosz

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