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: WOZZECK

Opera by Alban Berg
Libretto based on the play by GEORG BÜCHNER performed by the Hamburg State Opera Soldiers and artisans women and children
HAMBURG STATE OPERA CHORUS
PHILHARMONIC STATE ORCHESTRA
Conductor and music director, LEOPOLD LUDWIG
Produced by Gunther Rennert
From Sadler's Wells Theatre, London by arrangement with Alfred Delval Productions
See page 40
ACT I
Scene 1: The Captain's room
Scene 2: An open field outside the town
Scene 3: Marie's room
Scene 4: The Doctor's study
Scene 5: Street outside Marie's door
Wozzeck
ACT 2
Scene 1: Marie's room Scene 2: Street in the town
Scene 3: Street outside Marie's door
Scene 4: Tavern garden Scene 5: Guardroom in the barracks

Contributors

Unknown: Alban Berg

: * THE PURPOSE OF TRADE UNIONS

by HUGH CLEGG
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
Do unions exist in order to raise wages? Most people who join them would probably say so. But Hugh Clegg believes that, taken as a whole, unions cannot be shown to raise wages at all. Then what are they for?

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Clegg

: * WOZZECK

ACT 3
Scene 1: Marie's room
Scene 2: Forest path by a pool
Scene 3: A low tavern
Scene 4: Forest path by a pool Scene 5: Street outside Marie's door followed by interlude at 9.35

: WHAT THE SWEDE INTENDS

BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE 'S JOURNAL of his Embassy from Cromwell to Queen Kristina (1653-1654)
Arranged with a commentary by RUTH SPALDING
' Today deep thoughts resolve with me to drench
In mirth, that after no repenting draws:
Let Euclid rest and Archimedes pause,
And what the Swede intends, and what the French '
MILTON, Sonnet XXII
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by TERENCE TILLER Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Bulstrode Whitelocke
Commentary By: Ruth Spalding
Produced By: Terence Tiller
Commentator: Ruth Spalding
Whitclocke: Carleton Hobbs
Pickering: Noel Johnson
Cromwell: Geoffrey Wincott
Mrs Whitelocke: Ollve Gregg
Cooke: Norman Shelley
Kristina: Nicolette Bernard
Piementelle: Denis Goacher
Chancellor: Wilfred Babbage

: PROSPECT OF A GARDEN

ROBERT GATHORNE-HARDY describes how the civilised and the natural can be gracefully combined in the botanical collector's garden
The two other talks in this group were contributed by Edward Hyams and Russell Page.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Hyams








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