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: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Vlado Perlemuter (piano)
. Pro Musica Sacra
Conductor, Bruno Turner
Barry Rose (orgiani)
The Portia Wind Ensemble Conductor, James Verity with David Mason (trumpet)
Roy Copestake (trumpet)
Alfred Flaszynski (trombone) Ray Prerniru (trombone)
Part l

Contributors

Piano: Vlado Perlemuter
Conductor: Musica Sacra
Conductor: Bruno Turner
Conductor: Barry Rose
Conductor: James Verity
Unknown: David Mason
Unknown: Roy Copestake
Unknown: Alfred Flaszynski
Unknown: Ray Prerniru

: THE PRELUDE

by WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
Eight weekly readings from the poem in a conflated text of the 1805 and. 1850 versions arranged by H. S. TAYLOR
Read by the Cumbrian poet Norman Nicholson
8 : Imagination and-Taste and Conclusion
Produced by Anthony Thwaite

Contributors

Unknown: William Wordsworth
Arranged By: H. S. Taylor
Unknown: Norman Nicholson
Produced By: Anthony Thwaite

: CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

Part 2
Recording of t.he
THURSDAY INVITATION CONCERT of December 15. 1960

: LA RENCONTRE D'OEDIPE ET DU SPHINX

Act: 2 of La Machine Infemale by JEAN COCTEAU with an irrtiroduction by the author with Maria Casares
The meeting of Oedipus and the Sphinx was the original play round which were created the other phases of La Machine Infernale, the four-act play on the Oedipus story, first produced by Louis louvet in Paris in 1934. An English version was broadcast on Sunday.
Characters in order of speaking:
Production by CARL WILDMAN
Recorded for the BBC in the UNESCO Studios, Paris: third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Cocteau
Unknown: Maria Casares
Production By: Carl Wildman
Le Sphinx: Maria Casares
Anubis, dieu des morts: Jean, Topart
La Matrone de Thèbes: Denise Clair
Son petiit garcon: Dominique Maurin
Oedipe: Bernard Noël








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