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: Jacques Thibaud

Fifth of six programmes, Including music by two Spanish composers
Granados Three Spanish Dances
HAROLD CRAXTON (plano) TASSO JANOPOULO (piano) Faurl Piano Quartet No In G minor, Op 45
MAURICE VIEUX (Viola)
PIERRE FOURNIER (cello)
MARGUERITE LONG (piano) Falla Dance from La vida breve
GEORGES DE LAUSNAY (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Cello: Pierre Fournier
Piano: Marguerite Long

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Listeners' record requests Haydn Symphony No 5. in A
PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
Lalo Piano Concerto In F minor
ORAZIO FRUGONI VIENNA STATE OPERA
ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHAEL GIELEN Durufle Scherzo
MARIE-MADELEINE DURUFLt-CHEVALIER (organ)
Weber Quartet In B flat for piano and strings TURIN QUARTET
Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor
JOHN EATON (treble) NIGEL PERRIN (alto)
ROBIN DOVETON (tenor) DAVID VAN ASCH (bass)
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE conducted by SIR DAVID WILLCOCKS

Contributors

Conducted By: Antal Dorati
Conducted By: Michael Gielen
Unknown: John Eaton
Unknown: Nigel Perrin
Tenor: Robin Doveton
Bass: David van Asch
Conducted By: Sir David Willcocks

: Prom Talk

In the last programme of this year's series,
JEREMY SIEPMANN talks to the pianist
PHILIP FOWKE and the conductor NORMAN DEL MAR , and FRITZ SPIEGL recounts some of the agonies
Beethoven suffered when organising the first performance of the Ninth Symphony. Series producers
RAY ABBOTT , ANDREW LYLE ANDREW MUSSETT
Book, The Henry Wood Proms, a history of the concerts since their beginnings in 1895, by David Cox , £8.75 from booksellers and music shops

Contributors

Talks: Jeremy Siepmann
Pianist: Philip Fowke
Conductor: Norman Del Mar
Conductor: Fritz Spiegl
Unknown: Ray Abbott
Unknown: Andrew Lyle
Unknown: Andrew Mussett
Unknown: Henry Wood
Unknown: David Cox

: Orchestras of Britain

SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader EDWIN PALING conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
FELICITY PALMER (SODranO) Sibelius The Oceanldes Ravel Shéhérezade
Granados Quejas 6 la maja y el ruiseftor
11.55* Interval Reading
12.0* Bruckner Symphony No 3 (third version) (Given in 1981 in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh) BBC Scotland (Repeal)

Contributors

Leader: Edwin Paling
Conducted By: Paavo Berglund
Conducted By: Felicity Palmer

: Debussy and Chausson

MANOUG PARIKIAN (violin) BERNARD ROBERTS (piano) CHILINCIRIAN STRING QUARTET
Levon Chllinglrian (violin)
Mark Butler (violin) Csaba Erdelyl (viola)
Philip de Groote (cello) Debussy Violin Sonata; Quartet in G minor
1.45* Interval Reading
1.55* Chausson Concerto in D, for piano, violin and string quartet
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Piano: Bernard Roberts
Violin: Levon Chllinglrian
Violin: Mark Butler
Viola: Csaba Erdelyl

: Peer Gynt

Opera in three acts by Werner Egk (1901-83)
Libretto by THE COMPOSER, after the play by IBSEN
(sung in German): records
Other parts sung by MEMBERS OF THE
BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS
MUNICH RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by HEINZ WALLBERG Act 1

Contributors

Unknown: Werner Egk
Conducted By: Heinz Wallberg

: * So We All Got Somewhere

A sequence of poems on the theme of relatives compiled by GILLIAN THOMAS and read by DEREK CHANDLER
FELICITY HAYES-MCCOY and STEPHEN THORNE.

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Thomas
Read By: Derek Chandler
Read By: Felicity Hayes-McCoy
Read By: Stephen Thorne.

: Peer Gynt

Act 2
4.30* Interval Reading
4.35' Peer Gynt: Act 3

: Brahms, MUhlfeld and the Clarinet

ANTON WEINBERG and PETER WALLFISCH play the two Sonatas for clarinet and piano, Op 120 No 2 In
E flat major and Op 120 No 1 in F minor, by Brahms. Between them, Anton Weinberg talks about the influence on these works - and on the first phrase of the F minor Sonata in particular - of the player who inspired them,
RICHARD MUHLFELD: ' not iust a clarinettist, but irst and foremost a musician '.
Producer ANTHONY BURTON

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Weinberg
Unknown: Peter Wallfisch
Talks: Anton Weinberg
Producer: Anthony Burton

: The Sin Doctor

by PETER REDGROVE
Dr Tomas, who practises an unusual, not to say bizarre, form of psychotherapy in a small Cornish village, is murdered. Terence, the local police inspector. gathers together the members of Tomas's present encounter group to learn which of them is the possible killer
Bernard. PETER HOWELL Esther ...SUSAN ENGEL Adrian JOHN CLEGG Sally PENELOPE LEE Terence ANDREW BURT The Voice of Tomas NORMAN RODWAY
Music composed and conducted by SIDNEY SAGER with MEMBERS OF THE AMBROSIAN SINGERS DAVID JAMES
(counter-tenor) JEAN TEMPERLEY (mezzo-soprano) KENNETH MOBBS (synthesiser) JOHN DEAN
'percussion)
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol (Repeal)
(Norman Rodway is an associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company) ..

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Redgrove
Unknown: Howell Esther
Unknown: Susan Engel
Unknown: Adrian John Clegg
Unknown: Sally Penelope Lee
Unknown: Terence Andrew Burt
Unknown: Tomas Norman Rodway
Conducted By: Sidney Sager
Mezzo-Soprano: Kenneth Mobbs
Directed By: Brian Miller
Unknown: Norman Rodway

: Proms 83

direct from the Royal Albert Hall. London Daniel Barenbolm
(piano)
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra leaders CIIAIM TAUB and URI PIANKA conductor Zubln Mehta Part 1
Berg Three Pieces for orchestra, Op 6
Schumann Symphony No 2. in c major

Contributors

Piano: Daniel Barenbolm

: * Tomorrow - the World

In the light of David Welch 's recent book. Propaganda and the German Cinema 1933-45. Jeffrey Richards examines the way Dr
Goebbels harnessed the film industry to serve the alms of the Nazi
Party. He also compares the situation in the Third Reich with the methods employed at the time in Britain to ensure that the popular cinema served the Establishment.

Contributors

Unknown: David Welch
Unknown: Jeffrey Richards

: Proms 83

Part 2 Brahms
Piano Concerto No 1. In d minor

: The Hunt

by EMILIEzola abridged and translated in five parts by JOANNA RICHARDSON
Read by David March 4: Echo and Narcissus

Contributors

Unknown: Joanna Richardson
Read By: David March

: Amadeus Quartet

Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nlssel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Mozart Quartet in E flat major (K 428)
Haydn Quartet in D minor. Op 76 No 2 (Fifths)
(A BBC Lunchtime Concert given last
December in St John 's. Smith Square, London)

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Unknown: St John

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