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: RAMEAU

Acte de Ballet: Pygmalion
THE RAYMOND SAINT-PAUL CHOIR
LAMOUREUX CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by MARCEL COURAUD on a gramophone record

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Conducted By: Marcel Couraud

: THOUGHT TO BE WRIT BY SHAKESPEARE

Stephen Murray and Googie Withers in The Reign of King Edward III
Published anonymously 1596 adapted for broadcasting by RAYMOND RAIKES
Music by THOMAS EASTWOOD In order of speaking:
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader, Lionel Bentley
Conducted by HARRY NEWSTONE t Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

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Unknown: Stephen Murray
Broadcasting By: Raymond Raikes
Music By: Thomas Eastwood
Leader: Lionel Bentley
Conducted By: Harry Newstone
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Narrator: Gabriel Woolf
Edward the Third, King of England: Stephen Murray
Robert of Artois: Philip Morant
Lord Audley: Norman Shelley
The Duke of Lorraine: Gordon Faith
Edward, Prince of Wales: John Westbrook
Sir William Mountague: John Ruddock
The Earl of Warwick, father of the Countess: Carleton Hobbs
The Countess of Salisbury: Googie Withers
David, King of Scotland: Fraser Kerr
Earl Douglas: John Boxer
A Scots messenger: Alan Haines
Lodowick,: King Edward'S
secretary: Stephen Thorne
John, King of France: Ralph Truman
Charles, Duke of Normandy: John Baddeley
A French mariner: Peter Pratt
Philippe, younger son of the King of France: Timothy Harley
Gobin de Grey: Bruce Condell
Queen Philippa of England: Margaret Wolfit
Sir John Copland: John Boxer

: PIANO MUSIC

of the twentieth century t played by ELSE CROSS

Contributors

Played By: Else Cross

: THE NEWS

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