Overture in C major (In the Italian Style) (Schubert)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ
7.13* Concerto in F minor (Alessandro Scarlatti)
BOYD NEEL ORCHESTRA
Directed from the harpsichord by THURSTON DART
7.20* Symphony in C major (Bizet) FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
7.49* Ballet Suite: Soirees musicales (Britten)
Conducted by ROBERT IRVING
on gramophone records
Leader. Ronald Good
† Conductor. LEIGHTON LUCAS
LiebesbotschafELISABETH SCHUMANN (soprano) with GERALD MOORE (piano)
Liebhaber in allen Gestalten
ELISABETH SCHUMANN (soprano) with GEORGE REEVES (piano)
9.9* Piano Quintein A major
MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA OCTEWilli Boskovsky
Breitenbach Nikolaus Hiibner , Johann Krump with CLIFFORD CURZON (piano) on gramophone records
with ISAAC STERN (violin) and LEONARD ROSE (cello)
Overture: Genoveva (Schumann) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK
9.54* Concerto in A minor, for violin. cello, and orchestra (Brahms)
ISAAC STERN (violin)
LEONARD ROSE (cello) with the PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
10.25* Symphonic Poem: Till
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by KARL BÖHM on gramophone records
This programme is being broadcasexperimenlally on the Zentth-G.E. pilotone stereophonic system from the VHF transmitters aWrotham and Dover. Kent. To hear the receiver or an adapter for use with an existing receiver, is necessary. phonically as usual.
George Thalben-Ball (organ)
In his second programme
GEORGE THALBEN BALL plays
Fourth of a daily series taken from the chamber concerts presented by the Third Programme athe Royal Festival Hall lasseason.
THr. HEUTLING STRING QUARTEWerner Heutfing (violin)
Oswald Gattermann (violin) Erich Bohlscheid (viola) Konrad Haesler (cello) play
GERALD ENGLISH (tenor) BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
BBC SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA Leader. Trevor Williams
Conducted by GRAHAM TREACHER
CHRISTOPHER GRIER looks asome non-broadcasmusical events taking place in Northern Ireland, Wales, and the Wesduring the nexseven days
Given before an invited audience In Studio One. Glasgow. Tickets may be obtained on application to [address removed]enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
Spanish Rhapsody (Liszt)
JOHN OGDON (piano) with the PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD
2.15* Zigeunerweisen (Sarasate)
RUGGIERO RICCI (violin) with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by PIERINO GAMBA
2.23* Navarra (Sarasate)
DAVID and IGOR OISTRAKH (violins) with the LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANZ KONWITSCHNY on gramophone records
Leader. David Adams
Conducted by GILBERT VINTER
Prelude and Fugue No. 5, in D major
3.4* Concerto in the italian Style
3.18* Overture in the French Style, in B minor
3.52* Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue, in D major 6 on gramophone records
Opera in three acts
Music by Puccini completed by FRANCO ALFANO
Words by GIUSEPPE ADAMI and RENATO SIMONI after the drama by Gozzi Sunil in Italian on gramophone records
Chorus nnd Orchestra of the OPERA HOUSE, ROME
Conducted by ERICH LEINSDORF
Many suitors have submitted to a ful Princess Turandot. Bunone penalty--death. When the stranger. as a bride until he succeeds In winning her heart.
by REGINALD MOORE
From the Colston Hall, Bristol
Illustrated explanations of some standard musical terms
Ground Bass by ROGER NORTH
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of PABLO SOTO
Scripby Maria Victoria Alvarez and Anthony Watson
Produced by George Walton Scot
Introduced by Professor H. C. Allen, Commonwealth Fund Professor of American History at University College, London
In the United States the term 'communist' is one of abuse. Yet, there are some likenesses and even affinities between America and Russia: both are great technological Powers with supranational interests. Do Americans now distinguish adequately between what is Russian and what is communist in the Soviet Union?
Produced by Howard Smith
Eight programmes about the American Novel: Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
Professor H. C.
Order out of chaos
by ROSALYN HIGGINS author of The Development of International Law through the political organs of the United Nations.
In the context of the recent initiative by Great Britain and the United Nations to facilitate the peaceful settlement of international disputes, Dr. Higgins discusses why some countries, particularly the U.S.S.R. and the Afro-Asian bloc. have been reluctant to use the International Court in The Hague and certain other machinery that is already available.
by James Broom Lynne
with Eric Porter and Eileen Atkins
A man meets a girl in a country road. He seems under great strain - and the girl's singing does not soothe him.
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by Arthur Lawrence and Colin Campbell
Tune composed by A. L. LLOYD sung by A. L. Lloyd and Maureen Kennedy Martin Mouth organ accompaniment by Harry Pitch
Produced by R. D. SMITH
† Sonatas for piano and violin
The pianisin the first, two programmes is LAMAR CROWSON
Today, three of the sonatas written during his late twenties. Each sonata contains a seof variations.
Sonata in E flamajor (K.481)
8.50* Sonata in G (K.379)
9.11* Sonata in F major (K.377)
The economics of polyphony
† by PETER BURKE
Lecturer in History athe University of Sussex
How far is the flowering of later medieval music. especially In the fifteenth century, related to the growth of towns, trade, and industry, athe expense of the old feudal order? Certainly Italy and The Netherlands, two greacentres of musical activity, were also scenes of intense urban development. Peter Burke considers whether iis true tha' The Netherlands had Josquin des Prés when they could afford him.'
This talk has been devised tn reta
Conducted by LORIN MAAZEL
BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS tesy of Bavarian Radio followed by an interlude a10.55