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: ELSA VERGHIS

in The Medea of Euripides with Stephen Murray
Cast in order of speaking:
Arranged and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Murray
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Messenger: Anthony Jacobs
Nurse: Vivienne Chatterton
Tutor: George Hagan
Medea, a foreign Princess, wife of Jason: Elsa Verghis
: Jill Balcon
Women of Corinth: Catherine Dolan
Women of Corinth: Sheila Grant
Women of Corinth: Elizabeth Morgan
Creon, King of Corinth: Leslie Perrins
Jason, Prince of loicos, husband of Medea: Stephen Murray
Aegeus King of Athens: George Curzon

: BEETHOVEN PIANO SONATAS

Sonata in C sharp minor. Op.
27 No. 2
Sonata in F minor, Op. 57 played by HANS-HELMUT SCHWARZ

: ANOTHER LOOK AT 'MUSIC HO!'

by DERYCK COOKE
CONSTANT LAMBERT'S Music Ho! was one of the most stimulating and influential books to appear in. the thirties and Lambert's views on the second Viennese school. Stravinsky, and Sibelius gained wide critical acceptance at the time. Yet most present-day critics would challenge his evaluation of these composers.
Deryck Cooke discusses this change in the climate of critical opinion

Contributors

Unknown: Deryck Cooke
Unknown: Deryck Cooke

: REGINALD SMITH BRINDLE

PIETRO GROSSI (cello)
ALVARO COMPANY (guitar)
THE ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES
Conducted by FERRUCCIO SCAGLIA
Four Fragments, for guitar
Ten-string Music, for cello and guitar
Epitaph for Alban Berg , for string orchestra
Recording made available by courtesy of Radiotelevisione Itallana Postponed from October It

Contributors

Cello: Pietro Grossi
Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti
Unknown: Alban Berg








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