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: NEWS; WEATHER

: OVERTURE

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: NEWS; WEATHER

: YOUR MIDWEEK CHOICE

A request programme of records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER: Bach

Cantata No. 169: Gott soil allein mein Herze haben
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) AMBROSIAN SINGERS
Bath FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Conducted by YEHUDI MENUIIIN
9.28* Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. in F major
BATH FESTIVAL
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, directed by Yehudi Menuhin (violin) gramophone records

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Janet Baker
Conducted By: Yehudi Menuiiin
Directed By: Yehudi Menuhin

: ORGAN RECITAL

by ROBERT JOYCE
From Llandaff Cathedral

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Joyce

: MUSIC MAKING

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) EDITH Picht-Axenfeld (harpsichord) IRMGARD POPPEN (Cello)
David Oistrakh (violin)
HANS Pischner (harpsichord)
Christa Ludwig (soprano)
GERVASE DE PEYER (clarinet) GEOFFREY PARSONS (pianoo
BUDAPEST String QUARTET with RUDOLF Serkin (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Harpsichord: Edith Picht-Axenfeld
Cello: Irmgard Poppen
Violin: David Oistrakh
Harpsichord: Hans Pischner
Soprano: Christa Ludwig
Clarinet: Gervase de Peyer
Pianoo: Geoffrey Parsons
Piano: Rudolf Serkin

: MIDDAY CONCERT

HALLfi ORCHESTRA
Leader, Martin Milner
Conductor, SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI
1.0 News; Weather

Contributors

Leader: Martin Milner
Conductor: Sir John Barbirolli

: MATINEE

BBC MIDLAND LIGHT ORCHESTRA
Conductor,
GILBERT VINTER LONDON STUDIO STRINGS Conducted by Hans-Hubert Schonzeleb

Contributors

Conductor: Gilbert Vinter London
Conducted By: Hans-Hubert Schonzeleb

: VISITING ORCHESTRAS

BRNO Philharmonic ORCHESTRA Conducted by Jiri WALKMANS with EVA BERNATHOVA (piano)
Part 1

Contributors

Conducted By: Jiri Walkmans
Piano: Eva Bernathova

: SCHUBERT AND WOLF

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Fourth of six weekly programmea

: VISITING ORCHESTRAS: Part 2

Symphony in C minor (Asrael)..5«ft
Royal Philharmonic Society Concert recorded at the Royal Festival Hall. London, on November 13. 1968

: LET THE PEOPLES SING

International Choral Competition
Great Britain
Elimination Rounds youth class
Round 1, Match 2
From Northern Ireland
METHODIST COLLEGE (BELFAST) MADRIGAL GROUP
Conductor, WILLIAM McCAY v. From the Midlands SOLIHULL HIGH SCHOOL FOR GmLS CHOIR
Conductor, MARGARET Wharam
EQUAL VOICE CLASS
Round 1, Match 2
From tke South-East
Bromley Male Voice Choib Conductor, PETER BARLOW v. From the North
FELLING MALE VOICE CHOIR
Conductor, Norman WILLIAMS
Adjudicators, SIR THOMAS ARMSTRONG ALLEN Pekcival , DAVID WILLCOCKS
Introduced by MARTIN Muncaster
Produced by Anthony Philpott

Contributors

Conductor: William McCay
Conductor: Margaret Wharam
Conductor: Peter Barlow
Conductor: Norman Williams
Unknown: Sir Thomas Armstrong
Unknown: Allen Pekcival
Unknown: David Willcocks
Introduced By: Martin Muncaster
Produced By: Anthony Philpott

: CONCERT CALENDAR

ERNEST BRADBURY takes a look at some musical events in the Midlands and East Anglia during the next seven days

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Bradbury

: Programme News

: STUDY

See page 44

: THE LIVELY ARTS

ERIC RHODE talks to the Polish director ROMAN POLANSKI about his first American film, Rosemary's Baby, which opens tomorrow at the Paramount Cinema, Piccadilly, London ard to MICHAEL Elliott about the stage version of George Eliot 's Daniel Deronda (adapted by James Maxwell and starring Vanessa Redgrave ) which he is directing for the '69 Theatre Company at the University of Manchester
Produced by Philip French

Contributors

Talks: Eric Rhode
Unknown: Michael Elliott
Unknown: George Eliot
Unknown: Daniel Deronda
Unknown: James Maxwell
Unknown: Vanessa Redgrave
Produced By: Philip French

: AFRO-CUBAN COMES HOME

Pop Music of Francophone Africa
Compiled and introduced by JOHN STORM ROBERTS
Derivative Congolese pop music is, at first hearing, the most influential of African styles. John Storm Roberts discusses this apparent paradox and looks at music from other French-speaking countries.
Produced by Douglas Cleverdon

Contributors

Introduced By: John Storm
Unknown: John Storm
Produced By: Douglas Cleverdon

: DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU

(baritone) with Jorg Demus (piano)
Schubert
Part 1
Der Musensohn Du bist die Ruh'
Der Einsame: 1m Abendrot
8.47- An die Freunde
Freiwilliges Versenken An die Leier
Aus Heliopolis II

Contributors

Piano: Jorg Demus

: THREE ASPECTS OF THE AUGUSTAN TRADITION

by IAN WATT
Professor of English at Stanford University, California, and author of The Rise of the Novel
3: The Ironic Voice
In his concluding talk based on his work-in-progress, Professor Watt examines the characteristically ironic posture of the Augustan writers, discusses its origin in their sense of the dichotomy of the mob and the elite, and analyses Its function in the work of Swift, Pope, Johnson, and others.
Recorded for the BBC at Palo Alto. California
Second broadcast

: SCHUBERT RECITAL

Part 2
Auf der Bruck Standchen (Leise llehen)
Die Sterne
9J8* Nachtviolen Der Wanderer an den Mond
An Sylvia
9.45* Das Fischermadchen Im Friihling
Nacht und Traume; Abschied
A recording of a recital from the Edinburgh International Festival. 1968. in the Usher Hall

: FRENCH MUSIC

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: THE NEWS

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