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: WAR AND PEACE

Opera by Prokofiev
Libretto by the composer and M. Mendelson-Prokofieva after TOLSTOY sung in Russian
PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS
Chorus and Orchestra of the BOLSHOI THEATRE, MOSCOW
Conducted by ALEXANDER MELlK-PASHAYEV
The scenes: l. The Rostov country house: 2. A ball in St. Petersburg: 3. Bolkonsky's house in Moscow; 4. Pierre's house in Moscow: 5. Dolokhov's apartment in Moscow: 6. Mme. Akhrosimova's house in Moscow; 7. Pierre's house

Contributors

Unknown: M. Mendelson-Prokofieva
Conducted By: Alexander Mellk-Pashayev

: ADOLESCENCE AND DEPRESSION

Talk by STEPHEN COATES clinical psychologist
Questions asked by adolescent patients lead the psychologist to analyse his own beliefs

Contributors

Talk By: Stephen Coates

: THE SCHOLAR GIPSY

An Elegiac Poem by MATTHEW ARNOLD Read by - HUGH BURDEN

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Arnold
Read By: Hugh Burden

: WAR AND PEACE

continued
The scenes: 8. In the field, before Borodino: 9. During the battle: 10. A peasant hut at Fili: 11, A street in Moscow under French occupation: 12. A peasant hut at Mytishchi; 13. The road between Moscow and Smolensk
Recording made available by courtesy of the Soviet Radio: second broadcast

: FAURE

An illustrated talk by LENNOX BERKELEY in which he examines Faurg's originality and assesses his importance in the development of French music
See also Tuesday at 10.25

: Closedown









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