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: NEWS; WEATHER

: OVERTURE

Eighteenth-century France
gramophone records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: YOUR MIDWEEK CHOICE

A request programme of gramophone records
BRACHA EDEN and ALEXANDER TAMIR (two pianos)

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Tamir

: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER

Berlioz
Symphonie funebre et triomphale
CHORALE POPULAIRE DE PARIS MUSICIENS DES
GARDIENS DE LA PAIX
Conducted by DÉSIRÉ DONDEYNE gramophone record

: COMPOSERS ABROAD

0 Delius in France and Debussy in England
gramophone records

: ORGAN RECITAL

by GEORGE MILES
from St. James the Greater
Leicester

: MUSIC MAKING

Quartets broadcast on Feb. 23. 1967

: MIDDAY CONCERT

BBC TRAINING ORCHESTRA
Concert-Master. Peter Mountain
Conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND who also plays the concerto 1.0 News; Weather

Contributors

Conducted By: Walter Susskind

: RECITAL ROOM

MALCOLM BINNS (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Malcolm Binns

: YOUNG MUSIC MAKERS

1: The Royal College of Music, London
CELIA IRVING talks to professors and students, and some of the orchestral, choral, and other musical activities of the College are heard-including the young children's classes on Saturday mornings tA BBC World Service production; broadcast on February 4
See page 35

: BEFORE THE PROMS

0 Part 1 gramophone records

: BRITISH STRING QUARTETS

This week, David Dorward introduces a performance of his third quartet
Reger and Bach broadcast on March
28. 1967

Contributors

Introduces: David Dorward

: BEFORE THE PROMS

Part 2 gramophone records

: STUDIO PORTRAIT

A series of programmes in which musicians sketch in the background of their musical lives and introduce the music
This week
The Baccholian Singers sing

: CONCERT CALENDAR

CHRISTOPHER GRIER takes a look at Festivals in the Midlands and East Anglia

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Grier

: Programme News

: STUDY

See page 55

: THE LIVELY ARTS

A. ALVAREZ talks to EDNA O'BRIEN about her collection of short stories The Love Object and to DAN JACOBSON about James Baldwin 's new novel Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone
Produced by Helen Rapp

Contributors

Talks: A. Alvarez
Unknown: Edna O'Brien
Unknown: Dan Jacobson
Unknown: James Baldwin
Produced By: Helen Rapp

: CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL

Opening Concert
Part 1

: * FREUD: THE STATUS OF AN ILLUSION

by DR. MAX HAMMERTON
Is there any scientific basis for Sigmund Freud 's explanation of our mental processes and the treatment based on it? Dr. Max Hammerton , who works in Cambridge, gives his views

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Max Hammerton
Unknown: Sigmund Freud
Unknown: Dr. Max Hammerton

: * CONCERT

Part 2

: THE MUSES

Nine verse-anthologies devised by Fabia Drake
Compiled and read by FABIA DRAKE and CHRYS SALT
2: Polyhymnia
The Muse of Sacred Songs

Contributors

Unknown: Fabia Drake

: PHILIP ROSSETER

A recital to celebrate the 400th anniversary of his birth
ALAN JONES (baritone)
ROBERT SPENCER (lute)

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

: Closedown









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