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: NEWS; WEATHER

: OVERTURE

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: NEWS; WEATHER

: FRENCH MUSIC

SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS

Rawsthorne and Warlock
PETER PEARS (tenor)
GEOFFREY GILBERT (flute)
EDWARD SELWYN (cor anglais) LONDON STRING QUARTET
Conducted by DOUGLAS ROBINSON
Warlock broadcast Jan. 9. 1965:
Rawsthorne Nov. 29, 1966

Contributors

Tenor: Peter Pears
Flute: Geoffrey Gilbert
Flute: Edward Selwyn
Conducted By: Douglas Robinson

: SHOWCASE

Recently released records

: MUSIC MAKING

Variations concertantes, for cello and piano...Mendelssohn
EILEEN CROXFORD (cello) DAVID PARKHOUSE (piano)
ELIZABETH HARWOOD (soprano) ERNEST Lush (piano) VESUVIUS ENSEMBLE
Eisler broadcast on Marob. lb

Contributors

Cello: Eileen Croxford
Piano: David Parkhouse
Soprano: Elizabeth Harwood
Piano: Ernest Lush

: MIDDAY CONCERT

1.0 News; Weather
Symphony No. 1, in A flat.Elgar
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir John Barbirolli

: MATINEE

LONDON STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERIC WETHERELL with PHILIP CHALLIS (piano)
Eric Wetherell broadcasts by arrangement with the Welsh National Opera

Contributors

Conducted By: Eric Wetherell
Piano: Philip Challis
Unknown: Eric Wetherell

: TOSCA

Opera by Puccini
ACT 1
The Church of Sant' Andrea alla valle
3.47* First interval
4.2* Act 2
Scarpia's apartments In the Farnese palace
4.45* Second interval
5.5* Act 3
The ramparts of the Castle Sant* Angelo
Second of five weekly broadcasts ot operas by Puccini, with chamber music by Boccherini during the intervals between the acts. Both composers were born in Lucca.

During the Intervals
BOCCHERINI Chamber music
*
3.47* First interval
Trio in G minor, Op. 9 No. PINA CARMIRELLI (violin) LUIGI SAGRATI (viola)
ARTURO BONUCCI (cello) gramophone records
4.45* Second interval
Sonatas for cello and continuo No. 1, in A; No. 2, in C
CAROL SANSON (cello), with HAROLD LESTER (harpsichord) PETER WILLISON (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Pina Carmirelli
Viola: Luigi Sagrati
Cello: Arturo Bonucci
Cello: Carol Sanson
Harpsichord: Harold Lester
Cello: Peter Willison

: BANDONEON RECITAL

by ALEJANDRO BARLETTA
The music by Frescobaldt. Bach. and Bartok is transcribed for bandoneon by Alejandro Barletta
The bandoneon. a form of accordion. was invented in Germany. but Is chiefly used In Argentina for popular and folk music.

Contributors

Unknown: Alejandro Barletta
Music By: Frescobaldt. Bach.
Unknown: Alejandro Barletta

: CONCERT CALENDAR

STEPHEN DODGSON looks at some non-broadcast musical events taking place in the West. Wales, and Northern Ireland during the next seven days

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Dodgson

: Programme News

: STUDY

See page 39

: HARPSICHORD RECITAL

by COLIN TILNEY
Second of two recitals to include keyboard music by Froberger

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Tilney

: Rus

The Bronze Horseman of the Dialectic
Variations on themes from the history of Russian culture Written and compiled by Michael Mason
Research directed by Helen Rapp
Special translations by Helen Rapp and Yakov Hornstein
Speakers:
TAMARA TALBOT RICE author of 'A Concise History of Russian Art'
GWYN JONES Professor of English Language and Literature. University College, Cardiff
DIMITRI OBOLENSKY Professor of Russian and Balkan History, University of Oxford
John FENNELL Professor of Russian, University of Oxford
W. M. S. RUSSELL, Lecturer in Sociology University of Reading
JAMES H. BILLINGTON, Professor of History, Princeton University
EUGENE LAMPERT Head of the Department of Russian Studies, Keele University
John KEEP, Reader in Modern Russian History, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London
MRS. MARGUERITE THOMSON and YAKOV HORNSTEIN eye-witnesses of 1917
DONALD GOULD, Editor, 'New Scientist'
Readers, FRANCES HOOKER, GARY WATSON, GABRIEL WOOLF
Narrator, HELEN RAPP
Texts from Russian prose, poetry and historical documentation from the Primary Chronicle to the Poems of Yevgeny Yevtushenko
Music from Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Mussorgsky, Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, and the Liturgies of Greek and Russian Orthodox Churches
Sound composition and orchestration by DAVID CAIN assisted by Dick Mills, BBC Radiophonic Workshop
The song "U Vorot Sosna Raskachalasia" sung by Mary Rodzianko
Produced by MICHAEL MASON and HELEN RAPP
Second broadcast
See page 37

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Mason
Directed By: Helen Rapp
Unknown: Helen Rapp
Unknown: Yakov Hornstein
Unknown: Tamara Talbot
Unknown: Gwyn Jones
Unknown: Dimitri Obolensky
Unknown: John Fennell
Unknown: M. S. Russell
Unknown: James H. Billington
Unknown: Eugene Lampert
Unknown: Marguerite Thomson
Unknown: Yakov Hornstein
Unknown: Donald Could
Unknown: Frances Hooker
Unknown: Cary Watson.
Unknown: Gabriel Woolf
Unknown: Helen Rapp
Unknown: Yevgeny Yevtushenko
Unknown: Davtd Cain
Assisted By: Dick Mills
Unknown: Vorot Sosna Rnskachalasia
Sung By: Mary Rodzianko
Produced By: Michael Mason
Produced By: Helen Rapp

: SCHUBERT

Ceheimnis; Der Sanger Das sie hier gewesen Des Sangers Habe
JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
Broadcast on Dec. 31. 1965

Contributors

Baritone: John Shirley-Quirk
Piano: Ernest Lush

: NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: MUSIC AT NIGHT

played by CALIA ARIELI (piano)

Contributors

Played By: Calia Arieli

: Closedown









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