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: NEWS; WEATHER

: OVERTURE

gramophone records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: YOUR MIDWEEK CHOICE

A request programme of records
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER

Purcell
Suite: The Married Beau
LUCERNE FESTIVAL STRINGS Directed by RUDOLF BAUMGARTNER (violin)
9.21' Ode for Queen Mary's birthday, 1691: Welcome, welcome, glorious morn
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) HELEN WATTS (contralto) GERALD ENGLISH (tenor) JOHN NOBLE (baritone)
CHRISTOPHER KEYTE (bass)
AMBROSIAN SINGERS
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD gramophone records

Contributors

Violin: Rudolf Baumgartner
Soprano: Jeannette Sinclair
Contralto: Helen Watts
Bass: Christopher Keyte
Conducted By: Raymond Leppard

: HAYDN AND WALTON

PETER SCHIDLOF (viola)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Bean
0 Conductor, COLIN DAVIS
Given before an invited audience in BBC Studio 1, Maida Vale. London. followed by an interlude

Contributors

Viola: Peter Schidlof
Conductor: Colin Davis

: ORGAN RECITAL

by CLIFFORD HARKER
From Bristol Cathedral
Britain's Cathedrals and their Music -Chichester and Guildford. A 12-inch L.P. issued by BBC Radio Enterprises. No. BBC 1005 M. is available, from retailers only, price 36s. 6d. John Betjeman describes the history and setting of the two Cathedrals and introduces the choral and organ music.

: MUSIC MAKING

WILLIAM PLEETH (cello) MARGARET GOOD (piano)
II.SE WOLF (soprano) MARTIN Isepp (piano)
LONDON CZECH TRIO
Sonata broadcast on November 2.
1967: songs on November 30. 1967

: MIDDAY CONCERT

LEON GOOSSENS (oboe)
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, Colin Staveley
Conducted by HARRY NEWSTONE
1.0 News; Weather
Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House. Llandaff. Cardiff

Contributors

Oboe: Leon Goossens
Leader: Colin Staveley
Conducted By: Harry Newstone

: RECITAL ROOM

ERICH GRUENBERG (violin)
PAUL Hamburger (piano)

Contributors

Violin: Erich Gruenberg

: YOUNG MUSIC MAKERS

2: Organ scholar
King's College, Cambridge
† CELIA IRVING in the Chapel of King's College talks to ANDREW DAVIS who until recently was organ scholar there. He is heard accompanying the choir and playing some organ solos
A BBC World Service production; broadcast on December 13, 1967 Orpington Junior Singers: July 17

Contributors

Unknown: Celia Irving
Unknown: Andrew Davis

: BEFORE THE PROMS

0 Part 1 gramophone records

: BRITISH STRING QUARTETS

See facing page
Hauer broadcast on June 4. 1967:
Eisler on October 5. 1966: David Blake on December 30. 1966

Contributors

Unknown: David Blake

: BEFORE THE PROMS

Part 2
ENSEMBLE conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone records

: STUDIO PORTRAIT

See facing page

: CONCERT CALENDAR

STEPHEN DODGSON takes a look Cat Festivals in the Midlands and East Anglia

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Dodgson

: Programme News

: STUDY

See page 35

: WORKPOINTS

A large-scale jazz composition performed by the GRAHAM COLLIER DOZEN Graham Collier (bass)
John Marshall (percussion)
Frank Ricotti (vibes and bongoes) Kenny Wheeler (trumpet) Harold Beckett (trumpet) Henry Lowther (trumpet) Dave Aaron (alto-sax)
John Surman (baritone-sax and bass-clarinet)
Karl Jenkins (baritone-sax) Chris Smith (trombone) Mike Gibbs (trombone)
John Mumford (trombone)
Graham Collier is the first jazz composer in this country to be granted a bursary by the Arts Council, which has enabled him to compose, rehearse, and perform this work in concert. The composition is in four movements which present in turn improvisations by the three members of each section -saxes, trumpets, trombones, and rhythm-both individually and together.

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Collier
Bass: Graham Collier
Bass: John Marshall
Unknown: Frank Ricotti
Unknown: Kenny Wheeler
Unknown: Harold Beckett
Unknown: Henry Lowther
Unknown: Dave Aaron
Baritone-Sax: John Surman
Baritone-Sax: Karl Jenkins
Baritone-Sax: Chris Smith
Unknown: Mike Gibbs
Unknown: John Mumford
Unknown: Graham Collier

: THE LIVELY ARTS

DEREK HART talks to JOHN CAS-SAVETES, director of Shadows about his new film Faces, which had two showings at the National Film Theatre recently; and to RICHARD MAYNE about Jean-Luc Godard 's film Weekend which opened at the I.C.A., Nash House, The Mall, S.W.I, on July 5
Produced by John Laird

Contributors

Talks: Derek Hart
Unknown: Jean-Luc Godard
Produced By: John Laird

: A CLASSLESS CIVIL SERVICE?

One of the recommendations of the recently published Fulton Committee Report on the Civil Service is that the old class divisions of Administrative, Executive, Professional and Scientific, and Clerical be replaced.
These proposals and other radical changes suggested by the Committee are discussed by DR. NORMAN HUNT a member of the Committee
SIR LAURENCE HELSBY until recently Joint Permanent Secretary to the Treasury and Head of the Home Civil Service
WILLIAM MCCALL
General Secretary of the Institution of Civil Servants
Chairman, DAVID BUTLER
Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford
Produced by Keith Hindell

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Norman Hunt
Unknown: Sir Laurence Helsby
Unknown: William McCall
Produced By: Keith Hindell

: THE MUSES

Nine verse-anthologies devised by Fabia Drake
Compiled and read by FABIA DRAKE and CHRYS SALT
3: Melpomene
The Muse of Tragedy

Contributors

Unknown: Fabia Drake

: MOZART, STRAVINSKY SHOSTAKOVICH

MELOS ENSEMBLE
Broadcast on May 8. 1967 followed by an interlude at 10.55

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news, London Stock Market closing reports

: Closedown









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