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: David Munrow

The fourth of ten programmes
Dufay Gloria ad modum tubae
JAMES BOWMAN and CHARLES BRETT (counter-tenors)
ALAN LUMSDEN and ROGER BRENNER (sackbuts)
Rubbra Meditazioni sopra ' Coeurs desoles '
DAVID MUNROW (recorder) GEORGE MALCOLM (piano) Dufay Chanson: Se la face ay pale; Mass: Se la face ay pale
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON, directed by DAVID MUNROW : records

Contributors

Unknown: James Bowman
Unknown: Charles Brett
Unknown: Alan Lumsden
Unknown: Roger Brenner
Unknown: Rubbra Meditazioni
Piano: George Malcolm
Directed By: David Munrow

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Listeners' record requests Ibcrt Ouverture de fete FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO
ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN MARTINON
Beethoven Concerto in c for violin, cello, piano and orchestra DAVID OISTRAKH
MSTlSLAV ROSTROPOVICH SVIATOSLA RICHTER BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Rubbra Symphony No 5 in b flat
MELBOURNE SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HANS-HUBERT SCHONZELER gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Ibcrt Ouverture
Conducted By: Jean Martinon
Unknown: David Oistrakh
Unknown: Mstlslav Rostropovich
Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan
Conducted By: Hans-Hubert Schonzeler

: Music Weekly

Introduced by Michael Oliver
Tradition, authenticity and slovenliness in opera by DENIS ARUNDELL. The rising doh: a discussion on changing standards of pitch in the performance of music. Can perfect pitch be acquired?, by PAMELA BREESE.
(Repealed: Wed 2.0 pm)

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Denis Arundell.
Unknown: Pamela Breese.

: From the Proms

Part I Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No 3. in G; Concerto in D minor, for two.violins; Brandenburg Concerto No 4, in G
CATHERINE MACKINTOSH , SIMON STANDAGE and MONICA HUGGETT (violins) JOHN TURNER and MICHAEL COPLEY (recorders) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
(harpsichord and organ) ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC led by JOHN HOLLOWAY director
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine MacKintosh
Unknown: Simon Standage
Violins: John Turner
Violins: Michael Copley
Harpsichord: Christopher Hogwood
Unknown: John Holloway
Unknown: Christopher Hogwood

: * pm Words

Patrick Nuttgens (3)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Nuttgens

: From the Proms

Part 2
Elliott Carter Piano Concerto
Ives Three Places in New England
CHARLES ROSEN (piano) BELA DEKANY (violin) GRAEME SCOTT (viola) MARTIN ELMITT (cello)
CLIFFORD KILLEN (dOUble-bass), DAVID BUTT (flute) JOHN WOLFE (cor anglais) ANTHONY JENNINGS (bass clarinet)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by SIR CHARLES MACKERRAS

Contributors

Piano: Charles Rosen
Viola: Graeme Scott
Cello: Clifford Killen
Flute: John Wolfe
Leader: Bela Dekany
Conducted By: Sir Charles MacKerras

: Julian Bream

(guitar)
Weiss Passacaille in D major; Tombeau sur la mort de M. Comte de Logy; Fantasy
Bach Suite in E minor (bwv 996)
Searle Five. Op 61
Falla Homenaje pour le tombeau de Claude
Debussy; The Miller's Dance
Arnold Fantasy, Op 107 (First broadcast in 1975 as a BBC
Lunchtime Concert)

Contributors

Guitar: Weiss Passacaille

: Cherevichki

(The Slippers)
Opera in four acts
Music by Tchaikovsky Libretto by yakov polonsky, based on Gogol's story ' Christmas Eve '
(sung in Russian: records) Cast in order of singing:
MOSCOW RADIO CHORUS AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by VLADIMIR FEDOSEYEV Acts 1 and 2

Contributors

Music By: Tchaikovsky Libretto
Conducted By: Vladimir Fedoseyev

: * French and the Future

A tradition of chauvinism in language would inevitably make French a prime candidate for the Latin of the Future - elitist, archaic, inflexible and over-literary.
Dr Andrew Robinson of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology assesses the French response to the linguistic pressures of international technology and commerce. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Andrew Robinson

: Cherevichki

Acts 3 and 4

: Robert Simpson Quartets

OELME STRING QUARTET Last of eight Programmes
Bach, corapl Tovey. arr Jimpson Contrapunctus 14 (The Art of Fugue) fcimpson Quartet no 8 (19,91 (first broadcast Performance)
6.10, Interval Reading
6.20 Concert, Part 2
Beethoven Quartet in c sharp minor, Op 131
(Ciren in April at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham)
BBC Birmingham

: The Soldier's Fortune

The first of two comedies by THOMAS OTWAY adapted for radio by PETER BARNES. Music by CHRISTOPHER WHELAN with Denis Quilley as Beaugard. a Captain and Gentleman Dunce, a cuckold.
1678: the Dutch wars are over and London is full of disbanded Army Officers looking for money, trouble, sex and fun The play follows the exploits of two such officers and their valiant efforts to avoid the ignominious clutches of matrimony without in any way depriving themselves of the pleasures and dangers of cuckoldom.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS

Contributors

Music By: Christopher Whelan
Unknown: Denis Quilley
Directed By: Martin Jenkins
Courtine, a Captain: John Rowe
Lady Dunce, married ' widow: Dilys Laye
Sylvia, a virgin: Sarah Badel
Sir Jolly Jumble, a pimp: Piter Woodthorpe
Sir Davy: Arthur Lowe
Fourbin: Henry Knowles
Bloody-bones: Bernard Bresslaw
First whore,: Sonia Fraser
Second whore/Sylvia's maid: Eve Karpf
Third whore: Jenny Lee
Vermin: Sion Probert
Constable: Christopher Scott
Landlord/Watchman: John Bott

: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

led bv DESMOND BRADLEY conducted bv
Sir Charles Groves
Salvatore Accardo (violin) A concert given earlier this evening in the Royal Festival Hall, London Delius On hearing the first cuckoo in spring: Summer night on the river
Elgar Violin Concerto In 8 minor
18.0. Interval Reading
11.10. Concert
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 2, in c minor (Little Russian)

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Bradley
Unknown: Sir Charles Groves
Violin: Salvatore Accardo

: News

: Corelli

Concerto Grosso, in F, Op 6 No 2: LA PETITE bande, directed by siciswald KUIJKEN : record

Contributors

Directed By: Siciswald Kuijken








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