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: PHILOCTETES

by Sophocles
Translated by KENNETH CAVANDER with music composed and conducted by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN with Stephen Murray and Singer, DONALD BELL
The Ambrosian Singers A section of the New Symphony Orchestra Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX

Contributors

Translated By: Kenneth Cavander
Conducted By: Christopher Whelen
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Singer: Donald Bell
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
Odysseus: Anthony Jacobs
Neoptolemos: Barry Justice
Philoctetes: Stephen Murray
Merchant: Haydn Jones
Hercules: Ralpb Truman
Sailors: William Eedle
Sailors: Haydn Jones
Sailors: Donald McKillop
Sailors: John Rudcock
Sailors: Lewis Stringer
Sailors: David Valla

: VIVALDI, WEBERN AND PROKOFIEV

† SYLVIA ROSENBERG (violin)
SEYMOUR BERNSTEIN (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Sylvia Rosenberg
Piano: Seymour Bernstein

: JOHN REDWOOD ANDERSON

A selection of his poetry read by GERIK SCHJELDERUP and NATALIE MOYA on the occasion of his eightieth birthday

Contributors

Read By: Gerik Schjelderup
Unknown: Natalie Moya

: NINETEENTH-CENTURY CHORAL MUSIC

BBC CHORUS with WILFRID PARRY (piano) Conductor, PETER GELLHORH
Berlioz
Chant sacre
Le ballet des ombres Chansons a boire
Cornelius
Ich will dich lieben, meine
Krone
An den Sturmwind
Der Tod, das ist die kiihle
Nacht
Stanford
Four Irish Songs
Oh! breathe not his name
What the bee is to the flow'ret
The sword of Erin
Oh, the sight entrancing Third of seven programmes








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