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: Edinburgh International Festival

Glyndebourne Festival Operu
'I PURITANI'
Opera by Carlo Pepoli
Music by Bellini
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
(Chorus-Master. Peter Gellhorn ) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Leader, Raymond Cohen )
Conducted BY VITTORIO GUI
Chief of Music Staff. Jani Strasser
Producer, Gianfranco Enriquez
From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh The action take, place in and near_ a fortress in the vicinity of Plymouth during the period of the Protectorate.
ACT 1

Contributors

Unknown: Carlo Pepoli
Chorus-Master: Peter Gellhorn
Leader: Raymond Cohen
Conducted By: Vittorio Gui
Unknown: Jani Strasser
Producer: Gianfranco Enriquez
SIR BRUNO ROBERTSON, a Puritan officer: John Kentish
Elvira, daughter of Lord Walton: Joan Sutherland
LORD ARTHUR TALBOT (Arturo), a Cavalier: Nicola Filacuidi
SIR George WALTON (Giorgio), aPuritan, brother of Lord Walton: Giuseppe Modesti
Sir Richard FORTH (Riccardo). a Puritan officer: Ernest Blanc
LORD WALTON, a Puritan: David Ward
Queen HENTRIETTA of France, widow of Charles I: Monica Sinclair

: ART AND POLITICS

by Stuart Hampshire Professor of Philosophy
In the University of London
Professor Hampshire discusses the position of art in a politically-conscious age which tends to relate it to its tocial utility.

: ' I PURITANI '

: Marius Goring reading 'DON JUAN'

by Lord Byron A shortened version In twelve weekly episodes arranged by Terence Tiller
Episode 10: ' London '

Contributors

Arranged By: Terence Tiller

: TWENTIETH-CENTURY CHAMBER MUSIC

The Parrenin String Quartet:
Jacques Parrenin. Marcel Charpentier
Michel Wales. Pierre Penassau

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Parrenin.
Unknown: Marcel Charpentier
Unknown: Michel Wales.
Unknown: Pierre Penassau








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