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played by Henryk Szeryng (violin) and Clifton Helliwell (piano)


Violin: Henryk Szeryng
Piano: Clifton Helliwell


A tragedy by HUGO VON HOFMANNSTHAL translated by Michael Hamburger with Patrick Allen
Denys Hawthorne
William Devlin
Felix Felton
Leslie Perrins
Music composed and conducted by ROBERTO GERHARD
Adapted for broadcasting in two parts by William Glen-Doepel
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.36-9.45 app.)
Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758)
Sonata in G major plaved bv
Hans-Martin Linde (flute) Gustav Scheck (recorder)
Veronika Hampe (recorder)
Eduard Milller (harpsichord)
Johannes Koch (viola da gamba) on a gramophone record


Unknown: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Translated By: Michael Hamburger
Unknown: Patrick Allen
Unknown: Denys Hawthorne
Unknown: William Devlin
Unknown: Felix Felton
Unknown: Leslie Perrins
Conducted By: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: William Glen-Doepel
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin
Unknown: William Gi.En-Doepel
Unknown: Johann Friedrich Fasch
Flute: Hans-Martin Linde
Flute: Gustav Scheck
Unknown: Veronika Hampe
Harpsichord: Eduard Milller
Viola: Johannes Koch
Olivier: Patrick Allen
Anton: Rio Fanning
Doctor: Peter Claughton
Sigismund: Denys Hawthorne
Julian: Leslie Perrins
Simon: John Gabriel
King Basilius: Felix Felton
Chamberlain: Michael Spice
Courtiers: Earle Grey
Courtiers: Rolf Lefebvre.
Courtiers: Anthony Viccars
Young Monk: Anthony Hall
The Grand Almoner: William Devlin
Peasant Woman: Molly Rankin
Count Adam: Haydn Jones
Confessor: Malcolm Hayes
Page: Andrew Irvine
Indrik: Philip Morant
Aron: Julian Somers
Gypsy: Eithne Dunne
The Senior Banneret: Derek Birch
The Children's King: David Spenser
Boys: Nicholas Clay
Boys: Jeremy Ranshev
Woman: Janet Burnell

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