Berlioz ine Damnation of Faust
JOSEPHINE VEASEY (mezzo-soprano) Marguerite
RONALD Dowd (tenor)
HERVEY ALAN (bass)
ROGER STALMAN (bass)
Ambrosian Singers Chorus-Master, John McCarthy
CHELSEA OPERA Group Chorus GOLDSMITHS' CHORAL UNION
Founder and conductor, Frederick Haggis
London SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Erich Gruenberg Conducted by COLIN DAVIS
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
Parts 1 and 2
by BARRY BERMANGE with Beatrix Lehmann and Meier Tzelniker
Two old people sit side by side on a park bench. Everything seems familiar, but already the memory is beginning to play strange tricks....
Produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY
The broadcast of June to in the Home Service
Tabileth, his wife:
,Bernie their grandson:
Director, NOAH GREENBERG
Dances (Anthony Holbornc )
The Fairie Round Sic semper
In Nomine a 4 (John Ward) II lamento (Thomas Morley ) Two Masque Dances (anon.)
Williams his love
The Mountebanks' Dance
Fantasia a 3 (Thomas Lupo ) on a gramophone record
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