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: David Munrow

The sixth of ten programmes
Holborne Five Dances DAVID MUNROW RECORDER CONSORT
Machaut Lasse! comment oublieray; Qui es promesses;
Hoquetus David ; Christe, qui lux es et dies
MEMBERS OF THE EARLY
MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW Purcell Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, 1694: Come ye sons of art away
NORMA BURROWES (soprano) JAMES BOWMAN and CHARLES BRETT (counter-tenors) ROBERT LLOYD (bass)
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF London: conducted by DAVID MUNROW : records

Contributors

Unknown: Hoquetus David
Directed By: David Munrow
Soprano: Norma Burrowes
Soprano: James Bowman
Soprano: Charles Brett
Conducted By: David Munrow

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Listeners' record requests Schubert Octet in F (D 803) VIENNA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE Honegger Symphony No 1 TOULOUSE CAPITOLE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by MICHEL PLASSON.

Contributors

Conducted By: Michel Plasson.

: Music Weekly

with Michael Oliver The Lawes Brothers, by ANTHONY ROOLEY. A conversation with ANTAL DORATI.
The Musician's Bookshelf: a review of some recent publications, Producer
CHRISTINE HARDWICK

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Anthony Rooley.
Unknown: Antal Dorati.
Unknown: Christine Hardwick

: Salzburg Whitsun Festival

A concert given earlier this morning in the Grosses Festspielhaus, Salzburg
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
Haydn Symphony No 104, in D (London)

Contributors

Conductor: Herbert von Karajan

: * Words

Patrick Nuttgens (4)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Nuttgens

: Concert

Part 2 Brahms
Symphony No 1, in c minor

: Hamish Milne

(piano)
Hummel Sonata in e flat. Op 13
Stravinsky. transc Guido Agosti Danse infernale; Berceuse; Finale (The Firebird)

: Beethoven and Mozart

played by MEMBERS of the AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Beethoven Trio in c minor. Op 9 No 3
Mozart Divertimento in E flat (K 563)
BBC Birmingham

: Guntram

Radio 3's complete cycle of the 15 Strauss operas ends with the first and the last (today and tomorrow): a unique opportunity to hear how far he travelled and developed in an opera-composing career which spanned 48 years.
Strauss wrote both words and music of his first opera and loved it dearly, despite the failure of its first production in 1894. Late in his life he revised and abridged it - the version used in this new studio recording. Its story of a minstrel knight with a mission has heavily
Wagnerian overtones, and indeed Strauss dedicated his first opera to Wagner. (sung in German) (first UK broadcast)
Cast in order of singing:
BBC SINGERS (MEN'S VOICES) chorus-master SIMON JOLT BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD
Repetiteur DAVID SHAW
German coach HILDA BEAL Technical presentation JOHN RUSHBY- SMITH
Tape editor PETER SIDHOM Producer ELAINE PADMORE The scene is the court of the Old Duke in Germany in the mid-13th century. Acts 1 and 2

Contributors

Conducted By: John Pritchard
Repetiteur: David Shaw
Unknown: Hilda Beal
Unknown: John Rushby- Smith
Editor: Peter Sidhom
Producer: Elaine Padmore

: Spurgeon and Co

Alan Gibson looks at the golden age of Victorian and Edwardian preaching, from Spurgeon and Campbell onwards:
Spurgeon is reputed to have held the largest indoor meetings ever achieved in this country. Readers Peter Copley and Geoffrey Matthews
Producer BRIAN MILLER
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Gibson
Readers: Peter Copley
Readers: Geoffrey Matthews
Producer: Brian Miller

: Guntram

Act 3

: Film and History

Jeffrey Richards , lecturer in history at the University of Lancaster and film critic, examines the use of feature films in the writing of social history and the use of social history as a context for discussingthe cinema. in the light of Lary May's Screening Out the Past, a study of Hollywood's role in the transformation of American values.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffrey Richards

: Oboe and Piano

JANET CRAXTON and IAN BROWN
Alan Richardson French Suite
Lutostawshi Epitaph (AlanRichardsonin memoriam)
(first UKbroadcast) Poulenc Sonata (in memory of ProkoBev)

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Craxton
Unknown: Ian Brown
Unknown: Alan Richardson

: Conversations with Artists

TheAmerican painter Robert Rauschenberg talks with Edward Lucie -Smith about the way his ideas for paintings
(leve)op and about his new commitments.
Producer juctTHBUMpus (23J;fnc:BridgetRttet/)

Contributors

Talks: Robert Rauschenberg
Unknown: Edward Lucie

: Mende)ssohn

String Quartet in 0.Op 44 No 1: DELME QUARTET
BBC Btrtnjncham

: Berg's Chamber Concerto

GYÖRGY PAUK (violin) PAUL CRossLEY (piano) LONDON SINFONtETTt conducted by DAVtDATHERTON: record

: Birdsong

by JAMES SAUNDERS and There isatot to be said for the tranquil pleasures ofasheltered,academic lire: and it seems especiaHy attractive if the alternative is freedom in an outside world beset by unknownterrors. fnfentire use of radio, excellent performances, a c!puer and amustnp
Script. (THEHSTENER) Directed by MATTHEWWALTERS followed by an interlude

Contributors

Joey: Dinsdale Landen
Tinker: Niset Hawthorne
Trixie: Beth Porter
the Bird who finds God: Percy Edwards

: Royat Phi!harmonic Orchestra

leader BARRY GRfFFiTHS conductor Walter Weller Ctaudio Arrau (piano)
A concert given earlier this evening in the Roya) FestlvalHall.London
Weber Konxertstiiekinf minor, forpianoand orchestra
Strauss Burleske In D minor, for piano and orchestra
<.4C* tntervat Readme' t.SO* Roya) Philharmonic Orchestra
Part2Bruchner Symphony No 4 (Romantic)
(fn a-ssociattot! with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Trust)

Contributors

Leader: Barry Grfffiths
Conductor: Walter Weller
Piano: Ctaudio Arrau
Unknown: Strauss Burleske

: News

: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

(baritonp) with Gerald Moore (piano) Wotf Lebe wohl; Um Mitternacht: record

Contributors

Piano: Gerald Moore








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