Conducted by DENIS VAUGHAN ARTUR RUBINSTElN (piano) gramophone records
FRIEDRICH GULDA (piano)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC WIND ENSEMBLE NAPLES ORCHESTRA
Conducted by DENIS VAUGHAN gramophone records
Byrd and Palestrina
Records of their secular and religious music, both instrumental and choral, and including motets set by both composers
A A programme of recently released records, including each week an excerpt from the complete set of Mozart's Dances PHILADELPHIA BRASS ENSEMBLE VIENNA MOZART ENSEMBLE
Conducted by WILLY BOSKOWSKY SYLVIA MARLOWE
BAROQUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by DANIEL SAIDENBERG NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
Conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
JOSEPH SZIGETI (violin)
GYÖRGY CZIFFRA. (piano)
PETER SERKIN and RICHARD (;OODE (two pianos)
0 gramophone records
Part 1: Mahler
Symphony No. 1. in D major
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINE gramophone record
HAROLD RUTLAND looks at some non-broadcast musical events taking place in London and the South-East over the Easter period
0 Part 2: .Strauss
Conducted by GEORGE SZELL . gramophone record
First in a series of thirteen programmes in which all the sonatas will be played
C minor, Op. 13 (Pathetique)
2.19* E major, Op. 14 No.
2.34* C major, Op. 53 (Waldstein) played by EDITH VOGEL
Tomorrow at 2.0: G minor, Op. 49 No. 1: B flat major. Op. 22; A flat major, Op. 110 (Peter Wallfisch )
Sonata for violin and piano
ERICH GRUENBERG. ERIC HARRISON
3.27* Symphony No.
Conducted by GEORGE SZELL. gramophone record
Fourth of five programmes
Dohnanyi and Bartok BALINT VAZSONYI (piano)
Intermezzo in A minor, Op. 2 No.
Rhapsody in C .major, Op. 11 No. 3 Pastorale
Nocturne (Cats on the roof) Op. 44
Fifteen Hungarian Peasant Songs Allegro barbaro
Ninth of ten programmes
April 3: Schoenberg and Berg
ORPINGTON JUNIOR SINGERS
Conductor, SHEILA MOSSMAN with PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET Eli Goren (violin)
Peter Thomas (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) William Pleeth (cello) Second broadcast
A radio competition for bands
CARLTON MAIN FRICKLEY COLLIERY BAND
Conductor, JACK ATHERTON
CRESWELL COLLIERY WELFARE BAND Conductor. ERNEST WOODHOUSE
RANSOME AND MARLES WORKS BAND Conductor, DENNIS MASTERS
Adjudicators: MALCOLM ARNOLD DENIS WRIGHT , FRANK WRIGHT
Introduced by ALAN SYKES
Produced by William Relton
Shorthand Dictation Practice Book 3 accompanies this series: Book 4 will be used from April 3
80-100 w.p.m. Tuesday at 6.30 p.m.
A series of twenty lessons for listeners with a basic knowledge of Spanish
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of Pablo Soto
Script by Maria Victoria Alvarez and Anthony Watson
Produced by George Walton Scott
Repeated: Friday, 7.4 p.m.
First broadcast October 7. 1965
A booklet Is available
1: Disaster and Revival
Introduced by RICHARD HISCOCKS. Professor ot International Relations at the University of Sussex
From the destruction of the Second World War the Federal Republic of Germany has emerged as a rreat industrial nation and the world's second largest exporter. Britain is continually told that the Germans work harder and plan better to produce economic sucress: but the British attitude to Germany and the Germans remains ambivalent. This first programme looks at West Germany's reconstruction through the eyes of some of those who were responsible for it and examines the German repudiation of the past.
Produced by Chris Cuthbertson
Repeated: Thursday, 7.4 p.m.
First in a series of conversations with eight painters and two composers.
Barnett Newman talks to David Sylvester.
John Richarson, art critic, introduces the programme.
Harold Cohen, painter, comments on the 'meaning' of Newman's paintings.
In spite of the special admiration for his work on the part of several English artists and critics, Newman has remained for most people the great unknown of the first generation of New York abstract painters.
Jasper Johns in conversation with David Sylvester: Mar. 29
From the Royal Festival Hall, London
Halina Lukomska (soprano)
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
Wanda Wilkomirska (violin)
BBC Symphony Orchestra Associate Leader, Trevor Williams
Conducted by Pierre Boulez
8.16* Chamber concerto for piano and violin, with thirteen wind instruments
A talk from Geneva by Lord Chalfont
Minister of State at the Foreign Office with special responsibilities for disarmament
A draft treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons will be tabled shortly at the eighteen-nation disarmament conference at Geneva. Where do the real objections come from? What is the position of Federal Germany? How do Euratom and the International Atomic Energy Authority fit into the system of verification and control? Does support for a non-proliferation treaty conflict with Britain's approach to the European Economic Community?
Three fragments from Wozzeck
9.35* Three Orchestral Pieces,
by Miguel de Cervantes
Six episodes from the second part of the novel chosen and introduced by J. M. COHEN and read in his translation by Max Adrian
4: Master Peter's Puppet Show
Produced by Joe Burroughs
5: The Waiting Women and the Steed Clavileno : March 27
0 String Quartet in G minor
Robert Mann (violin) Isidore Cohen (violin) Raphael Hillyer (viola) Claus Adam (cello) gramophone record
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