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: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: OVERTURE

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: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: MORNING CONCERT

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: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER

Haydn
Mass in B flat (Harmoniemesse)
ERNA SPOORENBERG, HELEN WATTS
ALEXANDER YOUNG, JOSEPH ROULEAU
CHOIR OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. CAMBRIDGE
ACADEMY OF
ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Conducted by GEORGE GUEST
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Contributors

Unknown: Helen Watts
Unknown: Joseph Rouleau
Conducted By: George Guest

: THE SONG-CYCLE

Beethoven: An die ferne Geliebtc
BARRY McDANIEL (bass) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
O Broadcast on April 11. 1967
First of thirteen programmes linked with Study Session (Thurs.) Die Wtnterreise
See page 58

Contributors

Bass: Barry McDaniel

: CZECH AND SPANISH MUSIC

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: MUSIC MAKING

Kodaly and Bliss broadcast Oct
29. 1967

: MIDDAY CONCERT

BBC SCOTTISH
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader. Tom Rowlette conducted by JOHN MATHESON
Part 1: Tchaikovsky
Fantasy: The Tempest
12.40* Italian Caprice

Contributors

Leader: Tom Rowlette
Conducted By: John Matheson

: NEWS SUMMARY

and Weather forecast

: ARTIST OF THE MONTH

Julius Katchen (piano)
In his first programme
Julius KATCHEN plays

Contributors

Piano: Julius Katchen
Unknown: Julius Katchen

: MIDDAY CONCERT

Part 2

: DEBUSSY

CHARLES ROSEN (piano) JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR Images (Series 2)
Trois chansons de Charles d'Orleans L'isle joyeuse gramophone records

Contributors

Piano: Charles Rosen

: BACH ORGAN MUSIC

played by DERRICK CANTRELL
Prelude and Fugue in G major
(S.550)
Trio-Sonata No. 4. in E minor Chorale Prelude: Schmiicke dich. o liebe Seele (S.654)
From Manchester Cathedral
Broadcast on September 13. 1967

Contributors

Played By: Derrick Cantrell

: MY FAVOURITE CONCERTOS

Eva Zurbriigg (violin)
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Bean
Conducted by CHARLES Groves
Part 1: Mozart
Concerto in G major (K.216)
3.23* During the Interval
HOWARD HARTOG contributes a musical profile of Eva Zurbrügg and explains her choice

Contributors

Leader: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Charles Groves
Unknown: Howard Hartog

: * My Favourite Concertos

Part 2: Dvorak
Concerto in A minor
Broadcast on November 7. 1968
Next programme, April 19. Michael RoU (piano): Mozart and Schumann followed by an interlude

: MUSIC IN OUR TIME

English CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader. Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by HAROLD FARBERMAN who also introduces the programme Milton Babbitt : Composition for twelve instruments
4.20* Ives: Tone Roads No. 3;
The Rainbow
428* A set of theatre pieces
4.38' Songs: The Pond first performance in this country General William Booth enters into heaven baritone. John Noble
4.4T Hallowe'en
Scherzo: Over the pavements
4.58* John Cage : Atlas Eclipticalis first performance in this country
5.7* Varese: Octandres

Contributors

Leader: Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By: Harold Farberman
Unknown: Milton Babbitt
Unknown: General William Booth
Baritone: John Noble
Unknown: John Cage
Unknown: Atlas Eclipticalis

: THE YOUNG IDEA

Records chosen by the under-twentles Piano Concerto No. 23...
Mozart DANIEL BARENBOIM who also directs the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
5.43* Symphony No. 2...Ttppett
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by COLIN DAVIS

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Daniel Barenboim
Conducted By: Colin Davis

: CONCERT CALENDAR

Michael HOWARD looks at some non-broadcast musical events taking place in London and the South-East in the coming midweek

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Howard

: Programme News

: STUDY

See page 58

: HANDEL

0 Harpsichord Suite No. 3, in D minor (first collection)
Prelude: Allegro; Allemande; Courante; Air with Variations; Presto played by CHARLES SPINKS

Contributors

Played By: Charles Spinks

: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

and the Division in Man by DR. T. L. V. ULBRICHT Research Director
Twyford Laboratories
For a century chemists have been 'fiddling ' molecules and have turned out beneficial drugs, dyes, Plastics, and so on. Biological processes like reproduction and growth are also molecular. What will happen when scientists manipulate biological molecules-DNA. for example? Has their intellectualisation produced such a cleavage of emotion and intellect that scientists can talk dispassionately about the possible applications of molecular biology to human beings?
Second broadcast

: OUTPOST OF DEATH

Escuadra Hacia la Muerte A play by Alfonso Sastre first produced in Madrid. March 1953
An English version for broadcasting by Joe Burroughs The scene is an outpost in a wood In no-man's-land during the third World War.
The characters may be compared to a corrida of six bulls (bulls of death) in the agonising arena of their own individualities.
Characters in order of speaking:
Private Adolfo Lavin. ALAN TILVERN
Music for the guitar arranged and played by FREDDIE PHILLIPS
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS
Hector Ross is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company

Contributors

Play By: Alfonso Sastre
Broadcasting By: Joe Burroughs
Unknown: Adolfo Lavin.
Unknown: Alan Tilvern
Played By: Freddie Phillips
Produced By: Joe Burroughs
Produced By: Hector Ross
Private Pedro Recke: Frank Duncan
Private Luis FOZ: Anthony Jackson
Corporal Goban: Hector Ross
Private Javier Gadda: David March
Private Andres Jacob: Haydn Jones

: DEBUSSY AND FAURE

CHARLES BRESSLER (tenor) with PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) sings
Debussy
Proses lyriques
De reve; De greve De fleurs; De soir
Faure"
Four Songs
(poems by Verlaine) Spleen; Mandoline
En sourdine; Clair de tune
Poeme d'un jour
Rencontre: Toujours; Adieu
Three Songs, Op. 23
Les berceaux
Notre amour; Le secret followed by an interlude at 10.50

Contributors

Tenor: Charles Bressler

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown









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