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: THE MAGIC FLUTE

An opera in two acts
Music by MOZART
Libretto by Emanuel Schickaneder sung in German
COVENT GARDEN OPERA CHORUS
Chorus Master, Douglas Robinson Covent GARDEN ORCHESTRA Leader. Charles Taylor
Conducted and produced by OTTO Klemperer
Associate Producer, Christopher West
From the Royal Opera House Covent Garden
Act 1
See page 42

Contributors

Unknown: Emanuel Schickaneder
Chorus Master: Douglas Robinson
Leader: Charles Taylor
Produced By: Otto Klemperer
Tamino, a prince: Richard Lewis
THREE LADIES, attendant upon the Queen of the Night Judith Pierce Josephine Veasey Monica Sinclair PAPAGENO, a bird catcher: Geraint Evans
THE QUEEN OF THE NIGHT: Joan Sutherland
THREE SLAVES (spoken roles): John Kollmann
THREE SLAVES (spoken roles) ,: George Barker
THREE SLAVES (spoken roles) ,: Arthur Cobbin
MONOSTATOS, a Moor in the service of Sarastro: Robert Bowman
PAMINA, daughter of the Queen of the Night: Joan Carlyle
THREE Boys: Margaret Neville
THREE Boys: Ann Hood
THREE Boys: Marion Roberts
THE SPEAKER, Priest of the Temple: Hans Hotter
SARASTRO, High Priest of the Temple: Dczsoe Ernster
FIRST PRIEST: John Dobson
Second PRIEST: Ronald Lewis
PAPAGENA: Jenifer Eddy
First MAN in Armour: Edgar Evans
SECOND MAN in Armour: Victor Godfrey

: TAR STAINS AND LEMON

by Thomas Blackburn
Mr. Blackburn believes that his childhood relationship with his father, a north-country vicar born in Mauritius, was the decisive experience in leading him towards the self-explanation necessary for poetry.

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Blackburn

: THE MAGIC FLUTE

Act 2

: TWO MEN AND ONE IMAGE

by H. G. Nicholas
Fellow of New College, Oxford
A biography of Neville Chamberlain by lain Maclend was published recently. Mr. Nicholas suggests resemblances and contrasts between the subject and author of this biography, between the ' radical social reformer' and Conservative leader of the inter-war years, and ' the new Conservative of the 1960s, today's Chairman of the Party.

Contributors

Unknown: H. G. Nicholas
Unknown: Neville Chamberlain








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