VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by LORIN MAAZEL
9.22* Tatiana's Letter Scene
(Eugene Onegin )
ODA SLOBODSKAYA (soprano)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ANATOLE FISIOULARI
935* Marche slave
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by Leonard BERNSTEIN gramophone records
Stxth of twelve weekly programmes including all his mature piano sonatas, many of the impromptus and smaller works, and some of the masterpieces for piano duet
Impromptu in A flat (D.899 No. 4)
9..M* Sonata in A minor (D.845)
0 played by MAURICE COLE
ANTONY HOPKINS discusses a work or theme of current interest
Brahms Sonata series
MARY THOMAS (soprano) PAUL Hamburger (piano)
DAVID MASON (trumpet) WILFRID PARRY (piano)
PAUL DOKTOR (viola)
MARGARET KITCHIN (piano)
Songs broadcast on July 25
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, Colin Staveley
Conductor, JOHN CAREWE
WILLIAM MANN looks at some non-broadcast musical events taking place in London and the South-East during the coming weekend
Given before an Invited audience at the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House. Llandaff. Cardiff
NORWEGIAN BROADCASTING ORCHESTRA Conducted by OIVIND BERGH
Recording made available by courtesy of Norwegian Radio
Conductor, TERENCE LOVETT .
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
GEORGINA SMITH (piano)
The piano music broadcast on May 5
GERVASE DE PEYER (clarinet) LAMAR CROWSON (piano)
CREMONA STRING QUARTET
Broadcast on January 17
BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS
Conducted by CAPTAIN TREVOR L. SHARPE , M.B.E. Director of Music
Captain Trevor L.
A series of twenty-one programmes for adults taking the G.C.E. A-level examination in English, planned in association with a National Extension College correspondence course.
6: The Art of the Novelist
Radio Tutor: DAVID GRUGEON
Scriptwriter: Gilbert Phelps
Produced by Peggy Bacon
Repeated: Saturday at 11.0 a.m.
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from the National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road. Cambridge
A beginners' course planned jointly by the BBC and the University of Essex primarily for use in evening classes throughout the country.
Written by L. M. O'Toole
P. T. Culhane , and P. S. Mirsky of the University of Essex
Given by L. M. O'TOOLE ,VICTOR GREGORIY MARINA RYAN , INA DE LA HAVE and ALEXEI JAVDOKIMOV
Produced by Dennis Simmons
Repeated: Friday at 6.30 p.m.
A booklet is available
Six lectures by Sir Isaiah Berlin
Given at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, sponsored by the Bollingen Foundation
6: The Lasting Effects
' What Romanticism did was to undermine the notion that in matters of value, politics, morals. aesthetics, there are objective criteria, which operate between human beings..... We are heirs to Romanticism because it broke that great single mould.'
Sir Isaiah demonstrates in this last lecture that a great many concepts of the present day-nationalism, existentialism, democracy totalitarianism-are still affected by Romanticism.
Heather Harper (soprano) Yvonne Minton (contralto) Ronald Dowd (tenor)
Thomas Hemsley (baritone)
BBC Symphony Orchestra Leader, Trevor Williams
Conducted by Gary Bertini
0 Part 1: Mozart and Berlioz
A talk by ROLLO MYERS
Mr Myers was formerly an officer of the British Council in charge of British musical interests in France.
0 Part 2: Penderecki
From the Psalms of David first performance in this country: to be performed twice
Given before an Invited audience in BBC Studio 1. Maida Vale. London.
Yvonne Minton broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden
John Keir Cross was preparing this programme when he died on January 24, 1967
Narrated by Robin RICHARDSON and AUDREY KEIR CROSS
Poems read by MARGARET GORDON ANTHONY JACKSON HENRY STAMPER GUDRUN URE
Produced by R. D. Smith
Quatre pieces breves
JULIAN BRF. AM (guitar)
0 gramophone record
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