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: NEWS; WEATHER

: WHAT'S NEW?

A weekly programme of recent records
NEW PIHLHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by RAFAEL FRÜHBECK DE BURGOS

: NEWS; WEATHER

: HAYDN'S PIANO TRIOS

Fourth of twelve weekly programmes played by the OROMONTE PIANO TRIO Perry Hart (violin)
Kenneth Heath (cello) Nina Milkina (piano)
Trio in G minor (H.XV.19)
9.21* Trio in C major
(H.XV.27)

Contributors

Violin: Perry Hart
Cello: Kenneth Heath
Piano: Nina Milkina

: YOUR CONCERT CHOICE

A request programme of gramophone records

: MUSIC MAGAZINE

Mozart's ' La clemenza dl Tito ' by STANLEY SADIE
Contemporary Scottish Piano Music by JEAN MACKIE
Musical Profile: Hans Hotter by HAROLD ROSENTHAL
Malcolm Sargent : book review by ROBERT ANDERSON
Edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN Herbage

Contributors

Music By: Jean MacKie
Unknown: Hans Hotter
Unknown: Harold Rosenthal
Unknown: Malcolm Sargent
Review By: Robert Anderson
Edited By: Anna Instone
Introduced By: Julian Herbage

: BACH CANTATAS

HAZEL HOLT (soprano)
PAUL Esswood (counter-tenor) ROBERT TEAR (tenor) JOHN NOBLE (bass)
LONDON BACH SOCIETY John Constable
(chamber organ continuo)
STEINITZ BACH PLAYERS Led by John Ludlow
Conductor, PAUL STElNITZ
Cantata No. 121:
Christum wir sollen loben schon
12.21* Cantata No. 124:
Meinen Jesum lass' ich nlcht
12.38* Cantata No. 58:
Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid
John Constable broadcasts by permission of the Gen. Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Soprano: Hazel Holt
Unknown: Meinen Jesum
Unknown: John Constable

: SHOSTAKOVICH STRING QUARTETS

played by the BORODIN STRING QUARTET
Rostislav Dubinsky (violin)
Jaroslav Alexandrov (violin) Dmitri Shebalin (viola)
Valentin Berlinsky (cello)
Part 1
Quartet No. 10, Op. 118 (1964)

Contributors

Violin: Rostislav Dubinsky
Violin: Jaroslav Alexandrov
Viola: Dmitri Shebalin
Cello: Valentin Berlinsky

: LA BARONESSA STRAMBA

A farsa in one act
Libretto by PASQUALE MILILOTTI
Music by Cimarosa abridged version, sung in Italian
ALESSANDRO Scarlatti ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES
Conducted by Franco Caracciolo
The action takes place In the eighteenth century on the Baronessa's estate near Naples
Recording made available by courtesy of Italian Radio

Contributors

Unknown: Pasquale Mililotti
Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti
Conducted By: Franco Caracciolo

: SHOSTAKOVICH

Part 2
Quartet No. 8, In C minor.
Op. 110 (1960)

: BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

in Germany
JOHN OGDON (piano)
BBC NORTHERN
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by JASCHA HORENSTEIN
Part 1
Recording of a public concert In the Stadthalle. Wuppertal-Elberfeld. on January 20

Contributors

Piano: John Ogdon
Leader: Reginald Stead
Conducted By: Jascha Horenstein

: SHOSTAKOVICH

Part 3
Quartet No. 9, Op. 117 (1964) Quartet No. 11, Op. 122 (1964)
Last of three programmes recorded in June 1968 from the Goldsmiths' Hall. London, in association with the City Music Society

: BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Part 2
Pictures from an Exhibition
Mussorgsky, orch. Ravel

: WAGNER'S COMIC MASTERPIECE

A historical documentary on the origin of Die Meistersingervon Niirnberg Written and produced by Geoffrey Skelton
Narrator, JOHN GLEN
Commentator, GEOFFREY SKELTON with ANNA BERENSKA (piano) and illustrations from gramophone records Second broadcast

Contributors

Produced By: Geoffrey Skelton
Narrator: John Glen
Commentator: Geoffrey Skelton
Richard Wagner: Anthony Jacobs
King Ludwtg II: David Ashford
Cosima von Bülow: Olive Greegg

: THE STONE

A leitmotif by John Devlin with J. G. Devlin as Willy
The persons concerned are a young boy, his mother, and his Uncle Willie. Their situation is bereavement; the theme is death.
Produced by DAVID A. TURNER
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: John Devlin
Unknown: J. G. Devlin
Produced By: David A. Turner
Mrs Derwent: Catherine Gibson
Eddie: Fionnuala Rolston
Harry: John McBride
Jack: Maurice O'Callaghan
Sally: Doreen Hepburn
Priest: Michael Duffy
Official: Robert McLernon
Teacher „: Sam McCready
Father: Louis Rolston
Clerk: Michael Lynch
Inter-Com Girl: Barbara Adair
Michael: David Liley
Children .: Stephen McGrath
Children .: Colin Kennedy
Children .: Brian Duffy
Children .: David Grant

: BEETHOVEN

Part 1. See foot of page

: * THE CUNNING OF UNREASON

Two talks on psycho-history by PETER BURKE
Lecturer in History and Director of Studies in the History of Ideas, University of Sussex
1: The Dreams of Archbishops ' We have no history of love. We have no history of death. We have neither the history of compassion nor of cruelty. We have no history of joy.'
Perhaps not, yet. But we have the beginnings of the attempt to write one. Psycho-history seeks to chart the patterns lying beneath and around those of our more deliberate behaviours.
2, Chairs, Mirrors, and Autobiographies: February 6

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Burke

: * BEETHOVEN

Part 2. See foot of page

: THE POPE'S ENCYCLICAL

and its consequences
An open-end discussion in which the speakers pursue their arguments without the inhibitions imposed by a fixed time limit
Bishop B. C. BUTLER , O.S.I. Theologian
MGR. ALAN CLARE Theologian
FR. HERBERT MCCABE , O.r. Theologian
GREGORY MACDONALD Specialist in Central European affairs
EMANUEL DE KADT Specialist in Latin American affairs
ANTHONY SPENCER , Sociologist under the chairmanship of RENFORD BAMBROUGH, Dean of St. John's College, Cambridge
The speakers discuss the Pope's ban on artificial contraception in relation to such questions as the population problem, the individual conscience, the place of authority in the Church, and the effects of changing attitudes on the structure of the Church.

Contributors

Unknown: Bishop B. C. Butler
Unknown: Fr. Herbert McCabe
Unknown: Gregory MacDonald
Unknown: Anthony Spencer

: THE NEWS

: THE POPE'S ENCYCLICAL

and its consequences
The open-end discussion continued

: Closedown









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