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: THE ENCHANTRESS

An opera in four acts by Tchaikovsky
Libretto by I. V. SHPAZHINSKY
Cast in order of singing: (tenor) (tenor) (baritone) (soprano) (soprano)(tenor) (bass) (tenor) (baritone) (bass) (baritone)
CHOIR OF All UNION RADIO AND TELEVISION
MOSCOW STATE
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by SAMUEL SAMOSUD
Act 1: A disreputable inn on the banks of the river Oka near Nizhny-Novgorod
Act 2: The garden of Prince Nlkita's house
Recording of a performance broadcast in Russia. made available by courtesy of Moscow Radio
See page 12

Contributors

Conducted By: Samuel Samosud
Balakin, merchant from Nizhny-Novgorod: Serafin Sladkopevtsev
Paisi, a tramp dressed as a monk: Pavel Pontryagin
Foka Nastasia's uncle: Alexander Tikhonov
Potap, a young man: Levon Khachaturov
Nastasia, nicknamed Kuma,the young mistress of the inn: Natalia Sokolova
Polya her friend: Varvara Gradova
Lukash, a young man: Alexei Usmanov
Kichiga, a boxer: Gennadi Troitsky
Prince Yury, son of Prince Nikita Kurlyatov: Georgi Nelepp
Ivan Zhuran, the Prince's huntsman: Mikhail Skazin
Prince Nikita Kurlyatov, Vice roy in Nizhny-Novgorod: Mikhail Kiselev
Mamyrov, an old clerk: Alexei Korolev
Princess Evpraksia Roman ovna wife of Prince Nikita: Veronica Borisenko
Nenila, Mamyrov's sister and lady-in-waiting to the Princess: Anna Matyushina
Kudma a magician: Evgenni Korobkov

: WHO WAS RIGHT IN 1951?

R. H. S. CROSSMAN, M.P., speaks on the Bevanite crisis in the light of Joan Mitchell's book Crisis in Britain, 1951

: THE ENCHANTRESS

Act 3: Kuma's hut
Act 4: A dense forest near the banks of the Oka

: PROTEUS

A satyr play in two acts by Paul Claudel translated by NORA RATCLIFF Music by ANTONY HOPKINS with Chorus of Satyrs spoken by members of the BBC Drama
Repertory Company sung by the Ambrosian Singers with a Protean Orchestra conducted by the composer Adapted for radio and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES Scene: The island of Naxos, ' somewhere between Crete and Fgypt for the moment.'
† Second broadcast
A la suite de l'Orestie, Eschyle avait place un drame satyrique dont il ne nous reste que Ie titre: Protée. C'est en rêvant sur ces deux syllabes que je me trouve avoir compose la piece suivante.
PAUL CLAUDBL

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Claudel
Translated By: Nora Ratcliff
Music By: Antony Hopkins
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Proteus: John Sharp
The nymph Bryony: Fenella Fielding
Menelaus: Tony Britton
Helen: June Tobin
Hyacinth: Denys Blakelock
the satyr majordomo: Denys Blakelock

: HAYDN

Divertimenti
No. 49, in G major No. 44, in D major No. 109, in C major played by the SALZBURG BARYTON Trio
Karl Maria Schwamberger (baryton)
Alexander Pitamic (viola)
Monika Schwamberger (cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Karl Maria Schwamberger
Viola: Alexander Pitamic
Cello: Monika Schwamberger

: THE DEAR PURCHASE

by J. P. STERN
Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge
A theme common to the great German writers of the present century is that the ' salvation ' or ' validation of man can be attained only at the highest conceivable price. Mr. Stern discovers this theme in a poem by Rilke and pursues it in Thomas Mann , Kafka, and Brecht. Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Mann

: Closedown









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