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: Morning Concert

Liszt Symphonic Poem: Les preludes
PHILIIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CONSTANTIN SILVESTBI
7.20' Haydn Horn
Concerto in D: HERMANN BAUMANN , CONCERTO
AMSTERDAM, conducted by JAAP SCHRÖDER
7.38* Chopin Tarantella , Op 43
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN (piano)
7.41* Fauré Suite:
Masques et bergamasques SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMKT
8.0 News
8.5 Chabrier Overture: Gwendoline (mono)
FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO
ORCHESTRA, conducted by. SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
8.14* J. C. Bach
Symphony in e flat, Op 19 No 1: ENGLISH CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS
8.28* Mozart Sonata In c (K 279)
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH (piano)
8.40* Ibert Divertissement PARIS CONSERVATOIRE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN MARTINON : records

Contributors

Conducted By: Constantin Silvestbi
Unknown: Hermann Baumann
Conducted By: Jaap Schröder
Conducted By: Chopin Tarantella
Piano: Arthur Rubinstein
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermkt
Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham
Conducted By: Sir Colin Davis
Piano: Christoph Eschenbach
Conducted By: Jean Martinon

: News

: This Week's Composers

Dunstable and Power
Ordinary of the Mass (2) Gloria (Power); Credo (Power); Sanctus: Da gaudiorum premia
(Dunstable); and a motet based on the liturgical antiphon, Salve Regina misericordie (Dunstable) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Salve Regina

: Vera Beths

(violin), with Roger Vignoles (piano)
Weber Sonata in c major, Op 10 No 6
Berio Sequenza VIII , for solo violin
Schubert Rondo in « minor (D 895)

Contributors

Piano: Roger Vignoles
Piano: Weber Sonata
Unknown: Berio Sequenza Viii
Violin: Schubert Rondo

: Stem Sharpham Song-cycle

DARTINGTON STRING QUARTR IAN CADDY (baritone)
Hugh Ockendon Sharpham Song-cycle: settings of poemsbyBrianPatten
Elgar String Quartet in minor. Op 83 (1918) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Baritone: Hugh Ockendon Sharpham

: Medtner

Three Arabesques, Op 7; An Idyll; Tragedy-fragment in A minor;
Tragedy-fragment in o minor; Sonata in c minor, Op 25 No 1; Four Fairy Tales, Op 26
Leslie Howard (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Leslie Howard

: Midday Concert

MORAY WELSH (CellO)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPBOIfT ORCHESTRA led by ANDREW ORTON conductor EDWARD downks Part 1 Sibelius Suite: Kins Christian II
Myaskovsky Cello Concerto

Contributors

Conductor: Andrew Orton

: News

: Midday Concert

Part 2 Balakirev
Symphony No 2, In a minor
BBC Manchester

: French Baroque Cantatas

Fifth of six programmes NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) WIELAND KUIJKEN (bass viol)
COLIN TILNEY (harpsichord) Clerambault Abraham Rameau L'impatience Introduced by DAVID TUNLEY
(Final prog: next Friday)

Contributors

Tenor: Nigel Rogers
Harpsichord: Clerambault Abraham
Introduced By: David Tunley

: Piano Suites

played by ISABEL BEYER and HARVEY DAGUL
Phyllis Tate Lyric Suite Arensky Suite No 1, for two pianos. Op 15 BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Played By: Isabel Beyer
Played By: Harvey Dagul
Unknown: Phyllis Tate

: Haydn and Boccherini

ANTHEA GIFFORD (guitar) CUMMINGS TRIO
JOHN TRUSLER (ViOlln)
Haydn Quartet in D major, for guitar and string trio Boccherini String Trio in A major. Op 14 No 3;
Guitar Quintet No 17, In D major

Contributors

Guitar: Anthea Gifford

: Jan Kapr

Symphony No 9
(Campanae pragenses) (first performance)
URSULA KOSZUT (soprano) MARIUS RINTZLER (bass) BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS chorus-master
JOSEF SCHMIDHUBER
BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPBONT
ORCHESTRA conducted by ZDENEK MACAL
(Bavarian Radio recording)

Contributors

Bass: Marius Rintzler
Chorus-Master: Josef Schmidhuber
Conducted By: Zdenek MacAl

: News

: Mainly for Pleasure

St Francis and Don Juan , saint and sinner: the opposite sides of man's nature expressed in a selection of music introduced by April Cantelo.

Contributors

Unknown: St Francis
Unknown: Don Juan

: Play it Again

Elaine Padmore talks about the music she will present tomorrow at 2.0.

Contributors

Talks: Elaine Padmore

: Iphigenia in Tauris

Opera in four acts Music by Gluck Libretto by NICHOLAS FRANCOIS GUILLARD The Kent Opera production, sung in the English translation by MICHAEL IRWIN
KENT OPERA CHORUS chorus-master
JONATHAN HINDEIt
Harpsichord continuo JONATHAN HINDEN
KENT OPERA ORCHESTRA leader JOHN HOLLOWAY conducted by ROGER NORRINGTOH Acts 1 and 2

Contributors

Music By: Gluck Libretto
Unknown: Nicholas Francois Guillard
Translation By: Michael Irwin
Chorus-Master: Jonathan Hindeit
Unknown: Jonathan Hinden
Leader: John Holloway
Conducted By: Roger Norringtoh

: * One Pair of Ears

A personal view of the week's music broadcasting by the baritone Thomas Hemsley BBC Manchester

Contributors

Baritone: Thomas Hemsley

: Iphigenia in Tauris

Acts 3 and 4

: The Price of Victory

Continuing the second programme, begun last Monday, in the series re-examining what have been called the ' missed opportunities ' of Britain's European diplomacy during the 20 years or so since the Second World War. written and presented by Michael Charlton
Tonight he unravels the arguments of the late
1940s which divided Bevin from Churchill and led Britain to stand back from a determining role in shaping European integration, an objective which came to enjoy the radical support of the Americans.

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton

: Beethoven and Chopin

played by John Bingham (piano)

Contributors

Piano: John Bingham

: News

: Giovanni Legrenzi

Sonata for four violas da gamba
MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA
CONCENTUS MUSICUS gramophone record








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