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: MOZART AND BRAHMS

tMELOS ENSEMBLE
Gervase de
Peyer Emanuel Hurwitz. Ivor McMahon Cecil Aronowitz , Terence Weil Lamar Crowson

Contributors

Unknown: Peyer Emanuel Hurwitz.
Unknown: Ivor McMahon
Unknown: Cecil Aronowitz
Unknown: Terence Weil
Unknown: Lamar Crowson

: CAGE ME A PEACOCK

by Noel Langley adapted by Raymond Raikes
Music by ANTONY HOPKINS with Denis Quilley , Carleton Hobbs and Elizabeth Morgan
Caius Sempronius Gracchus, a gouty senator....JOHN RUDDOCK
The Amphitheatre Orchestra conducted by Antonius Primus Hopkins Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Langley
Adapted By: Raymond Raikes
Unknown: Denis Quilley
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Elizabeth Morgan
Unknown: John Ruddock
Conducted By: Antonius Primus Hopkins
Produced By: Raymond Raikes
Speaker on behalf of the Biographers..: Carleton Hobbs
Dionysus, a sculptor: Norman Shelley
Igo, his retainer: Timothy Harley
Casso, a sheep-clipper: Fraser Kerr
Althea: Elizabeth Morgan
Lucius Cullus, in command of a Legion......: Hamlyn Benson
SextusTarquinius: Denis Qullley
Essa, wife of Igo: Petronella Barker
An Ancient: Michael Goldie
Hector, a Greek poet: Gabriel Woolf
Collatinus, in command of the First Legion.: Francis de Wolff
A young captain: Glyn Dearman
A lictor: Gordon Faith
A tribune: Alan Haines
Volumnia, Althea's matronly maid: Molly .Rankin
Brutus Secundus, a tall hectic young man...: Stephen Thorne
Brutus Primus, his father, a senator...........: Austin Trevor
Tullius the Aged: John Boxer

: NOELS

JOHN STEVENS introduces a programme of French noëls which he has edited. He discusses the origins of the noël and shows how it has changed since the fifteenth century
The singers are:
Elisabeth Robinson (soprano) Wilfred Brown (tenor) and members of the Ambrosian Singers

Contributors

Introduces: John Stevens
Soprano: Elisabeth Robinson
Tenor: Wilfred Brown

: SOME BOSTONIANS

Memories of the James family in the early 1900s
The late WILLIAM JAMES , son of the philosopher and nephew of Henry James , recorded these reminiscences some years ago in Boston The talk is introduced by V. S. PRITCHETT

Contributors

Unknown: William James
Unknown: Henry James
Introduced By: V. S. Pritchett

: MAHLER

Symphony No. 8
1: Hymnus:
Veni, Creator Spiritus
2: Closing scene from Goethe's Faust
ANNETTE DE LA BIJE (soprano) MARGARET TYNES (soprano)
ERNA SPOORENBERG (soprano) ANNV DELORIE (contralto) NAN MERRIMAN (contralto) ANTON DERMOTA (tenor)
VLADIMIR RUZDJAK (baritone) BORIS CARNELl (bass) Toonkunst Choir, Amsterdam
Stem des Volks, Amsterdam
Male voices of the Collegium Musicum Amstelodamense
Boys' Choir of St. Willibrordus' Church, Amsterdam
CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELlK
Recording made available by cour. tesy of Stichting Nederlandsche Radio-Unte

Contributors

Contralto: Nan Merriman
Tenor: Anton Dermota
Bass: Boris Carnell
Conducted By: Rafael Kubellk

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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