Leader, Joshua Glazier
Conductor, Harry NEWSTONE with CHARLES SPINKS
Records of the overture, Fierrabras, two choruses from Rosamunde, and the Symphony No.
ALEXANDER YOUNG (tenor) Rex STEPHENS (piano)
Amici STRING Quartet
Lionel Bentley (violin) Colin Staveley (violin)
Christopher Wellington (Tlola) Peter Hailing (cello) with STEPHEN SHINGLES (viola) BERNARD RICHARDS (cello)
Conducted by GlJSBERT NIEUWLAND
Recordings made available by courtesy of the Dutch Radio
Jacqueline du Pr6 (cello)
Each month a well-known artist is invited to introduce and perform a wide range of their repertoire In weekly recitals.
JACQUELINE DUPRE accompanied by ERNEST LusH (piano) plays
Suite: Terpsichore (Praetorius)
12.5* Suite No. 4, in D (Banchetto Musicale) (Schein) on a gramophone record
Overture: The Barber of Seville
BAMBERG SYMPHONY Orchestra Conducted by JONEL PERLEA
12.23* Violin Concerto No. 5. in A major (K.219) (Turkish) (Mozart)
ISAAC STERN (violin)
COLUMBIA SYMPHONY Orchestra Conducted by GEORGE SZELL on gramophone records
CHRISTOPHER GRIER looks at some of the outstanding musical events that are taking place in Scotland, Wales, and the West during the next seven days and are not being broadcast.
Symphony In Three Movements
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
1.33* Ritual dances (The Midsummer Marriage) (Tippett)
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA COVENT GARDEN
Conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD on gramophone records
5: Indo-China by MICHAEL EDWARDES
Forty lessons designed for listeners with no previous, knowledge of the language
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help at PABLO Soto AMELIA DIAX as Dolores PILAR de Roiio as Dolores's mother PAUL ANTHONY as Miguelito
Script by Anthony Watson and Edtth R. Baer
Produced by EDITH K. BAER
Broadcast on January 37. 1964
Repeated on Saturday at 11.35 a.m. (Home)
A booklet and records are available
Elizabethan Culture and Ideas Nina programmes about the attttudes and bellefa of the Elizabethans
4: Traditional Society and Economic Grototh
The Elizabethan period was one of the most restrictive in English economic history. Robert ASHTON , Professor of English History In the University of East Anglla, discusses the conflict during Elizabeth's reign between the forces of economic restriction and the forces of liberalisation, and In particular the struggle ever the taking of Interest-usurr.
With readings from contemporary sources by GARY WATSON and John GLEN
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor)
JOHN WHITWORTH (counter-tenor)
GERALD ENGLISH (tenor)
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
MICHAEL DOBSON (cor anglais) ARCHIE CAMDEN (bassoon) DESMOND Dupri (bass viol)
Directed by GILBERT REANEY
Quan Je voys le due tens.anon.
Sedendo all'ombra - Giovanni da Cascta
Non ara ma' pieta - Landini
Se je chant mains que ne suel - anon.
Saltarello - anon.
De' dinmi tu - Landini
Intrand' ad abltar - Gherardello
Dal traditor. - Andrea da Firenze
by Bernard Shaw with Kenneth Williams
Olga Lindo and Mary Miller
The action of the play takes place In John Tarleton 's house at Hindbcad In 1909.
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
To be repeated on February 21
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.25*-9.40*)
A record of the Chaconne from Bach's Partita No. 2 in D minor for unaccompanied violin played by ARTHUR GRUMIAUX
Chorale variations: Vom Him mel hoch da komm' lch her
FESTIVAL SINGERS OF TORONTO CBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by THE Composes on a gramophone record