Requiem For Mozart

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19911119]

A Life in Letters and Music The first of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. "The miracle that God first allowed to see the light in Salzburg has been consigned to my care and it is my duty to Him, to show the boy Wolfgang to the world - for the greater glory of God." (Leopold Mozart)

1: After God -Papa Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Young Wolfgang: Susan Sheridan

Daines Barrington: John Baddeley

Schachtner: John Church

Baron von Grimm: Nigel Carrington

Williamjackson: Norman Jones

Mrs Thrale: Auriol Smith

Fr Hubner: Ronald Herdman

Charles Bumey: James Greene

Count Zinzendorf: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911119]

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Young Wolfgang: Susan Sheridan

Daines Barrington: John Baddeley

Schachtner: John Church

Baron von Grimm: Nigel Carrington

Williamjackson: Norman Jones

Mrs Thrale: Auriol Smith

Fr Hubner: Ronald Herdman

Charles Bumey: James Greene

Count Zinzendorf: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911124]

I A Life in Letters and Music

The first of four parts written by Stanley Sadie.

"The miracle that God first allowed to see the light in Salzburg has been consigned to my care and it is my duty to Him, to show the boy

Wolfgang to the world - for the greater glory of God."

(Leopold Mozart)

1: After God -Papa

Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911124]

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911126]

A Life in Letters and Music The second of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. "Here in Salzburg, I live in a city where music leads a struggling existence. As for the theatre, we are in a bad way for lack of singers. They insist on being handsomely paid - and generosity is not one of our faults!" (Leopold Mozart)

2: 1 Will No Longer Be Fiddler! Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Maria Anna Mozart: Irene Sutcliffe

Legros: David March

Archbishop: John Church

Baron von Grimm: Nigel Carrington

Schiedenhofen: Alan Barker

Housekeeper: Auriol Smith

Elector of Bavaria: Norman Jones

Elector Palatine: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911126]

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Maria Anna Mozart: Irene Sutcliffe

Legros: David March

Archbishop: John Church

Baron von Grimm: Nigel Carrington

Schiedenhofen: Alan Barker

Housekeeper: Auriol Smith

Elector of Bavaria: Norman Jones

Elector Palatine: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911201]

A Life in Letters and Music

The second of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. I Will No Longer Be a Fiddler!

"Here in Salzburg, I live in a city where music leads a struggling existence. As for the theatre, we are in a bad way for lack of singers. They insist on being handsomely paid - and generosity is not one of our faults!"

(Leopold Mozart)

Stereo (Broadcast/ast Tuesday)

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911201]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911203]

A Life in Letters and Music The third of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. IDidn 'tKnowl Wasa Valet! "I arrived in Vienna and have been given a room in the House of the Teutonic Order, where the Archbishop is staying. Here are two valets, the household controller, the pastrycook, two other cooks, a couple of musicians and myself. What distinction!" (Leopold Mozart) Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Constanze Mozart: Emma Fielding

Archbishop: John Church

Von Winter: Alan Barker

Emperor: Nigel Carrington

Joseph Haydn: Ronald Herdman

John Pettinger: Norman Jones

Lorenzo da Ponte: John Baddeley

Count Rosenberg: David March

Michael Kelly: James Greene

Lady-in-waiting: Auriol Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911203]

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Leopold Mozart: Paul Daneman

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Constanze Mozart: Emma Fielding

Archbishop: John Church

Von Winter: Alan Barker

Emperor: Nigel Carrington

Joseph Haydn: Ronald Herdman

John Pettinger: Norman Jones

Lorenzo da Ponte: John Baddeley

Count Rosenberg: David March

Michael Kelly: James Greene

Lady-in-waiting: Auriol Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911208]

A Life in Letters and Music

The third of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. I Didn't Know I Was a Valet!

"I arrived in Vienna and have been given a room in the House of the Teutonic

Order, where the Archbishop is staying.

Here are two valets, the household controller, the pastrycook, two other cooks, a couple of musicians and myself. What distinction!"

(Leopold Mozart)

Stereo (Broadcast/ast Tuesday)

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911208]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911210]

A Life in Letters and Music The last of four parts written by Stanley Sadie. And the Candle Went Out! "Mozart was an extremely eccentric and absent-minded young man, but not without a certain spirit and pride, very popular with the ladies, in spite of his small stature. He had a most unusual face and could cast a spell on any woman with his eyes." (Luigi Bassi) Director Rosemary Hart. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Constanze Mozart: Emma Fielding

Sophie Haibel: Susan Sheridan

Lorenzo da Ponte: John Baddeley

Luigi Bassi: Norman Jones

Emperor: Nigel Carrington

Guardasoni: David March

Puchberg: James Greene

Prince Beloselsky: Ronald Herdman

Stranger: John Church

Empress Maria Luisa: Auriol Smith

Schack: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911210]

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Director: Rosemary Hart.

Wolfgang Mozart: Alex Jennings

Nannerl Mozart: Eleanor Bron

Constanze Mozart: Emma Fielding

Sophie Haibel: Susan Sheridan

Lorenzo da Ponte: John Baddeley

Luigi Bassi: Norman Jones

Emperor: Nigel Carrington

Guardasoni: David March

Puchberg: James Greene

Prince Beloselsky: Ronald Herdman

Stranger: John Church

Empress Maria Luisa: Auriol Smith

Schack: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911215]

A Life in Letters and Music

Last of four programmes written by Stanley Sadie.

And the Candle Went Out!

"Mozart was an extremely eccentric and absent-minded young man, but not without a certain spirit and pride, very popular with the ladies, in spite of his small stature. He had a most unusual face and could cast a spell on any woman with his eyes." (LuigiBassi) Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Stanley Sadie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911215]