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: COUSIN BAZILIO

A radio script by William Glen-Doepel from the novel by EÇA DE QUEIROZ translated by Roy Campbell with Rachel Gurney , Robert Stephens
Catherine Lacey , Richard Pasco
Eca de Queiroz (1843-1900), Portugal's greatest novelist, wrote Cousin Bazilio in 1877, while resident at Bristol as Portuguese Consul. He was a disciple of Flaubert, and as a study of the ravages wrought by passion in a romantic soul, Cousin Bazilio can be set beside Madame Bovary.
Other parts played by Barbara Mitchell , Philip Morant and Charles Simon
Piano played by Cicely Hoye
Production by WILLIAM GLEN-DOEPEL

Contributors

Script By: William Glen-Doepel
Novel By: Eça de Queiroz
Translated By: Roy Campbell
Unknown: Rachel Gurney
Unknown: Robert Stephens
Unknown: Catherine Lacey
Unknown: Richard Pasco
Unknown: Eca de Queiroz
Unknown: Cousin Bazilio
Unknown: Madame Bovary.
Played By: Barbara Mitchell
Played By: Philip Morant
Played By: Charles Simon
Played By: Cicely Hoye
Production By: William Glen-Doepel
Luiza: Rachel Gurney
Jorge: Richard Pasco
Juliana: Catherine Lacey
Leopoldina: Margaret Whiting
Councillor: Denys Blakelock
Sebastian: Michael Gwynn
Bazilio: Robert Stephens
Reynaldo: John Graham
Joanna: Ann Bell
Castro: Philip Leaver

: SHOSTAKOVICH AND SCHOENBERG

The Macgibbon String Quartet Margot Macgibbon (violin) Lorraine du Val (violin) Anatole Mines (viola) Lilly Phillips (cello)
Sixth in a series of concerts including the complete string chamber music of Shostakovich and Schoenberg.

Contributors

Violin: Margot MacGibbon
Violin: Lorraine du Val
Viola: Anatole Mines
Cello: Lilly Phillips








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