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Preludes and Fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier
B flat (Book I); G minor (Book II); G (Book II); E minor (Book I); E (Book II): G minor (Book I); B flat minor (Book I) played by Philip Levi (piano)
First of seven programmes including keyboard music by Bach played on the piano, harpsichord, clavichord, and organ. Next programme, by Jorg Demus (piano): July 21


Piano: Philip Levi
Programme By: Jorg Demus


by John HERSEY
Adapted for radio by Dorothy Baker
Cast in order of speaking:
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.46-9 60 app.) New Dance (Wallingford Riegger) played bv the Eastman-Rochester Orchesitra Conducted by Howard Hanson on a gramophone record


Unknown: John Hersey
Unknown: Dorothy Baker
Produced By: Laurence Gilliam
Conducted By: Howard Hanson
Senator Aaron Mansfield: Errol MacKinnon
Mr Donald R Broadbent: Guy Kingsley Poynter
Senator Skypack: Howard Marion Crawford
Senator Voyolko: Jon Farren
Mr Wissey Jones: Bernard Braden
Mr Willard Owing: Harry Towb
Mr Sean Cleary: Tommy Duggan
Dr Frederika Gozar: Natalie Lynn
Miss Charity M Perrin: Tucker McGuire
Barry Rudd: Pat Hayes
Mrs Paul Rudd: Mavis Villiers
Mr Paul Rudd: Robert Ayree
Miss Elizabeth Cloud: Jane Jordan Rogers
Charles Perkonian: Bernard Braden

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