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John Mitchinson (tenor)
James Gibb (piano)
The Reizenstein Trio:
Maria Lidka (violin)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Franz Reizenstein (piano)
Cantata: Voices of the Prophets,
Op. 41
Three Concert Studies, Op. 31, for piano trio
Second of two programmes of music by Alan Bush


Tenor: John Mitchinson
Piano: James Gibb
Violin: Maria Lidka
Cello: Derek Simpson
Piano: Franz Reizenstein
Music By: Alan Bush

: Restoration Drama Programme 2 Edith Evans Joan Plowright. and Clive Revill in ' THE COUNTRY-WIFE'

by William Wycherley Music by Solomon Eccles adapted and arranged by Lionel Salter
THE SCENE: London, 1675
Produced by Charles Lefeaux
DURING Tint INTERVAL (9.35-9.45 app.): Movements from Lully's opera-ballet
Le Temple de la Paix played by the Olseau-Lyre Orchestral Ensemble Conducted by Louis de Froment on a gramophone record


Unknown: William Wycherley
Music By: Solomon Eccles
Arranged By: Lionel Salter
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Conducted By: Louis De
Mr Horner: Clive Revill
A Quack: Howieson Culff
Boy: Nigel Anthony
Sir Jaspar Fidget: Mark Dignam
Lady Fidget: Edith Evans
Mrs. Dainty Fidget, sister to Sir Jasper: Sylvia Coleridge
Mr Harcourt: Richard Hurndall
Mr Dorilant: Michael Turner
Mr Sparkish: Anthony Jacobs
Mr Pinchwife: Douglas Wilmer
Mrs Margery Pinchwife: Joan Plowright
Alithea, sister to Pinchwife: Mary Watson
Mrs Squeamish: Nan Munro
Old Lady Squeamish: Fabia Drake
Lucy, maid to Alithea: Judith Whale


Des wohltemperierte Clavier
Forty-eight Preludes and Fugues
C; C minor (Book 1) C; C minor (Book 2) played by Maurice Cole (piano)
(: second broadcast)


Piano: Maurice Cole

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