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: What's New?

A weekly programme of recent records

Contributors

Piano: Hephzibah Menuhin
Violin: Yehudi Menuhin
Horn: Alan Civil

: Piano Recital by Nerine Barrett

Bach Partita No. 5, in G major
Chopin Mazurkas (Op. 6) No. 1, in F sharp minor No. 2, in C sharp minor No. 3, in E major Sonata in B minor
From a public recital given In the Old Swan Hotel. Harrogate. on August 16. 1967

Contributors

Pianist: Nerine Barrett

: Your Concert Choice

A request programme of gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: George Szell

: Music Magazine

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced this week by John Lade
Record Review

Contributors

Edited By: Anna Instone
Edited By: Julian Herbage
Speaker: Stephen Dodgson
Speaker: Edward Greenfield
Speaker: Harold Rosenthal

: Bach Cantatas

Cantata No. 199: Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut
12.26: Cantata No. 209: No sa che sia dolore
Cologne Soloists Ensemble
gramophone records nos. 125 and 43

Contributors

Soprano: Marla Stader
Musician: Hans Jurgen Mbhring
Musician: Gunter Passin
Musician: Ernst Nipples
Conductor: Helmut Muller-Bruul

: Sunday Symphony Concert

BBC Symphony Orchestra, Leader, Hugh Bean
Conducted by Gary Bertini

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Bean
Conductor: Gary Bertini

: Handel: The Passion of Christ (Brockes Passion)

Tilford Bach Festival Choir
Olga Hegedus (cello continuo) Derek Stevens
(harpsichord continuo)
Alan Harverson (organ continuo)
Tilford Festival Ensemble
Leader. Kelly Isaacs
Conductor, Denys Darlow
Part 1

Contributors

Cello: Olga Hegedus
Harpsichord: Derek Stevens
Organ: Alan Harverson
Leader: Kelly Isaacs
Conductor: Denys Darlow

: During the Interval

BASIL Lam talks about
Handel's Passion of Christ

Contributors

Talks: Basil Lam

: THE PASSION OF CHRIST

Part 2
Eighteenth In an extended series of programmes devoted to a wide range of Handel's music and in particular his operas and oratorios
II moderato; Funeral anthem on the death of Queen Caroline: Organ Concerto No. 1, in G minor (Simon Preston , Louis Halsey Singers, Thames Chamber Orchestra. conducted by Louis Halsey ): April 17

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Preston
Singers: Louis Halsey
Conducted By: Louis Halsey

: BEETHOVEN AND BRAHMS

played by the OROMONTE PIANO TRIO Perry Hart (violin)
Kenneth Heath (cello) Nina Milkina (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Perry Hart
Cello: Kenneth Heath
Piano: Nina Milkina

: The Brain: 5: Memory

A series of six programmes on our present knowledge of the brain and its activities
If we look at our own behaviour we soon realise that we do not always react in the same way to the same stimulus. One of the reasons for this change is that we remember. In fact there are three fairly-well-defined types of memory. The way our short-term memory is converted into something we can remember for a lifetime and how we store this memory are two of the most pressing problems of brain research.
Second broadcast
(Creativity-a discussion: March 24)

Contributors

Presenter: Martin Wells

: MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC

Pro Musica Antiqua
Renée Defraiteur (soprano)
Christiane Plessis (contralto) Zeger Vandersteene (tenor) Frans Mertens (tenor) Armand Battel (bass)
Hertha Theunen-Seidl (lute) Silva Devos (recorder)
Janinc Rubinlicht (treble viol) Gaston Dome (tenor viol)
André Douvere (tenor viol)
Director, Safford Cape
Recording made available by courtesy of Belgian Radio

Contributors

Unknown: Musica Antiqua
Contralto: Christiane Plessis
Tenor: Frans Mertens
Bass: Armand Battel
Bass: Hertha Theunen-Seidl
Unknown: Silva Devos

: Inferno

A poem in prose by August Strindberg
Alan Badel reads the ' occult diary' newly translated from the French and the Swedish by Mary Sandbach
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
The diary arranged for broadcasting and produced by H. B. Fortuin In 1894, living in Paris, Strindberg, then forty-five years old and estranged from his second wife and separated from his little daughter, turned away from writing to make gold and to black magic. Believing himself persecuted by secret enemies with electric devices, he fled to Sweden and Austria to rid himself of his demons. His confessions, written four years later, recount and analyse his sojourn in hell, his striving after the grace propounded by his eighteenth-century compatriot Swedenborg. his Quest for the light of faith, hope, and love. They show the mind of a genius on the borderline of sanity.
(Second broadcast)

Contributors

Author: August Strindberg
Narrator: Alan Badel
Translator: Mary Sandbach
Composed By: Gordon Crosse
Leader: John Bradbury
Conducted By: Leon Lovett
Produced By: H. B. Fortuin

: SCHUMANN ZEMLINSKY, MAHLER

Margaret Price (soprano) Margaret Lensky (mezzo-soprano)
Ronald Dowd (tenor) Ambrosian Singers
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Leader, Carlos Villa
Conducted by Fritz Mahler
Part 1
Schumann and Zemlinsky

Contributors

Tenor: Ronald Dowd
Conducted By: Fritz Mahler

: AMERICAN SELF-ANALYSIS

Anxiety about concern by KENNETH COUNTER
'To want to know that your temperature is normal Is itself normal; to be preoccupied with the process of taking it, however, is neurotic.' Many American intellectuals, says Mr. Counter, are obsessed with analysing the problems of their society but do not give sufficient thought to ways of solving them.

: CONCERT

0 Part 2: Hahler
Das klagende Lied

: PERSONAL ANTHOLOGY John Keir Cross

was preparing this programme when he died on January 24, 1967
Narration by ROBIN RICHARDSON and AUDREY KEIR CROSS
Poems read by MARGARET GORDON HENRY STAMPER
ANTHONY JACKSON GUDRUN URE
Produced by R. D. Smith
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Richardson
Unknown: Audrey Keir
Read By: Margaret Gordon
Read By: Henry Stamper
Unknown: Anthony Jackson
Unknown: Gudrun Ure
Produced By: R. D. Smith

: BUSONI

Fantasia contrappuntistlca played by Gorini and LORENZI (two pianos)

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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