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ATLANTIDA
Scenes for solos, chorus, orchestra from the Scenic Cantata in a prologue and three parts based on the poem by Jacinto Verdaguer adapted and set to music by MANUEL DE FALLA
Posthumous work completed by ERNESTO HALFFTER first performance in Britain with TERESA BERGANZA (mezzo-soprano)
RAIMUNDO TORRES (baritone)
ORFEON DONOSTIERRA of San Sebastian LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, Erich Gruenberg
Conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH
From the Usher Hall
Part 1
See page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Jacinto Verdaguer
Music By: Manuel de Falla
Unknown: Ernesto Halffter
Mezzo-Soprano: Teresa Berganza
Baritone: Raimundo Torres
Baritone: Orfeon Donostierra
Leader: Erich Gruenberg
Conducted By: Igor Markevitch

: * THE SITE OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE

STEWART PEROWNE, who has known Jerusalem for many years, speaks about the investigations that are in progress in the famous Church of the Holy Sepulchre
A team of architects are examining the structure and site, under the direction of Pere Coiiasnon , o.p., and at the behest of the Jordan Government

Contributors

Unknown: Pere Coiiasnon

: * ATLANTIDA

Part 2

: THE POET'S VOICE

A selection of unpublished poems by TED HUGHES
BRYAN JOHNSON
EDWARD LOWBURY
H. W. MASSINGHAM SYLVIA PLATH
ANTHONY THWAITE Arranged and introduced by GEORGE MACBETH and read by the poets themselves

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Hughes
Unknown: Bryan Johnson
Unknown: Edward Lowbury
Unknown: H. W. Massingham
Unknown: Sylvia Plath
Unknown: Anthony Thwaite
Introduced By: George MacBeth

: EARLY FRENCH MUSIC

AIMEE VAN DE WIELE (harpsichord) tSecond broadcast
The programme includes works by Guillaume de Machaut, Pierre Attaignant, Nicolas de la Grotte, Guillaume Costeley, Antoine Francisque, René Mézangeau, and Denis Gaultier








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