A concert to celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday gramophone records
Delius and Hoist gramophone records
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MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
ATARAH BEN-TOVIM (flute) ANGELA CHIDELL (piano)
PETER KATIN (piano)
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Leader, Clifford Knowles
Conducted by HUGO RIGNOLD
Given before an invited audience
In the Mountford Hall. Liverpool University
NORWEGIAN BROADCASTING Orchestra Conducted by OIVIND BERGH
Recordings made available by courtesy of Norwegian Radio
Leader, David Adams
Conductor, TERENCE LOVETT
PRAGUE Chamber ORCHESTRA
Beethoven, Schubert, and Bruckner
ALFRED KITCHIN (piano)
JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR
Conductor, JOHN ALLDIS
Symphony No. 6 by Bax followed by an interlude
from Mozart to Dvorak
Stanislav Srp (violin) Jiri Kolar (violin)
Jaroslav Ruis (viola)
Frantisek Pisinger (cello) with FRANTISEK POSTA (double-bass)
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sings arias by Gluck, Mozart, Paisiello, and Rossini
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For those who want to keep up or improve their speeds in any shorthand system
Material taken from Shorthand Dictation Practice Book 4
60-80 w.p.m.: Tuesday, 6.30 p.m.
Eight programmes on the background of the Roman World
1: Rome and the Imperial Ideal by C. E. STEVENS , Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
In this programme Mr. Stevens indicates the broad outlines of Roman history and considers in particular the importance of the Roman Empire - what it meant, what place the Emperor had within it and how government and administration were conducted.
With readings by GARY WATSON
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Professor Eric Birley on the Roman Army and the frontiers of Empire: Sept. 6
A reading list can be obtained by sending a stamped addressed foolscap envelope to The Romans, Further Education Department [address removed]
Nine lectures for those who would like to be better informed on current developments, linked with the Thursday Series B (which is at a more advanced level) 6: Low temperature by K. A. G. MENDELSSOHN , F.R.S.
Reader in Physics and Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford
Produced by Rosemary Jellis
Thursday: Dr. Mendelssohn continues his description of the behaviour of matter at low temperatures
A booklet is available
K. A. G.
by DAN SMITH
Chairman of the Northern Region Economic Planning Council
Mr. Smith considers the uses of Regions in their present or any future form in the economic life of Britain. He advocates a new policy towards the problems of industrial location.
A shortened version of Dan Smith 's two earlier broadcasts on this theme.
Flute Quartet No. I, in D major FRANS BRUGGEN (flute) JAAP SCHRÖDER (violin) ANNER BYLSMA (cello) GUSTAV LEONHARDT (harpsichord)
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A new play by Fritz Hochwalder
Translated and adapted for radio by Michael BULLOCK
with Anthony Jacobs and Norman Shelley
Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
The Raspberry Picker deals with a question which has recently become topical again: the survivals of Nazism in a small town in Austria.
Zagl, waiter at the White Lamb:
Schnopf, medical officer, retired .:
Ziereis, police inspector:
Sieglinde, Steisshauptl's daughter:
Burgerl, cook at the White Lamb:
Steisshauptl, owner of the White Lamb:
Last of six piano recitals by Vlado Perlemuter including all Chopin's Mazurkas
Tarantelle in A flat major Mazurkas
C major. Op. 68 No. 1 A minor, Op. 68 No. 2 F major, Op. 68 No. 3
A flat major (from the album of Maria Szymanowska) .
C major (1833), Op. posth. D major, Op. posth. D major (1817)
Berceuse in D flat major Mazurkas
G major (1825). Op. posth.
B flat major (1825), Op. posth. B flat major (1832)
A minor (No. 2 of Notre
A minor (a Emile Gaillard)
Barcarolle in F sharp major followed by an interlude at 10.55