by Henrik Ibsen translated and adapted for radio by MAX FABER with Paul Rogers and Beatrix Lehmann
The action takes place in Consul Bernick's house in a small Norwegian coastal town in 1877. Continued in next column
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX Third broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL
9.10*-9.20 A record of Sonata in D minor (LoeilleO played by Ferdinand Conrad (recorder) Hugo Ruf (harpsichord) Johannes Koch
(viola da gamba)
Krap, the chief clerk:
Aune, the shipyard foreman:
Rorlund, a schoolteacher:
Mrs Holt, the Postmaster'swife.:
Mrs Betty Bernick, the Consul's Wife.-:
Dina Dorf, a young girl living with the Bernicks:
Martha Bernick, the Consul's sister:
Hilmar Tonnesen, Mrs Bernick's cousin:
Olaf Bernick, the Consul's son:
Mrs Lynge, the Doctor's wife:
Karsten Bernick, a Consul:
Vigeland a tradesman:
Rummel, a businessman:
Sandstad, a tradesman:
Lona Hessel. Mrs. Bernick's elder step-sister:
Johan Tonnesen, Mrs. Bernick's younger brother:
Book 2 of the '48' Six Preludes and Fugues
No. 21. in B flat major No. 6. in D minor No. 11, in F major
No. 4. tn C sharp minor No. 19. in A major
No. 14. in F sharp minor played by JAMES FRISKIN (piano) Third of four programmes in which James Friskin is playing all Book 2 of the ' 48 '
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