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: NEWS; WEATHER

: WHAT'S NEW?

A weekly programme of recent records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: HAYDN'S PIANO TRIOS

Sixth of twelve weekly programmes played by the OROMONTE Piano Trio Perry Hart (violin)
Kenneth Heath (cello) Nina Milkina (piano)
Trio in E flat major (H.XV.10)
9.14* Trio in E major (H.XV.28)

Contributors

Cello: Kenneth Heath
Piano: Nina Milkina

: YOUR CONCERT CHOICE

A request programme of gramophone records

: MUSIC MAGAZINE

Richard Strauss and Greek Antiquity by ANDREW PORTER
Musical Profile: Darlington String Quartet, by ALAN BLYTH Georges Auric (born February IS, 1899) by MARTIN COOPER
Biography and Autobiography: book review by HENRY RAYNOR
Edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Strauss
Unknown: Andrew Porter
Unknown: Alan Blyth
Unknown: Georges Auric
Unknown: Martin Cooper
Review By: Henry Raynor
Edited By: Anna Instone
Introduced By: Julian Herbage

: BACH

The 48 Preludes and Fugues played by DENIS MATTHEWS (piano)
Book 1, Nos. 19-24
Fourth in a series of eight programmes
Book 2, Nos. 1-6: February 23

Contributors

Piano: Denis Matthews

: JANACEK

Prelude: Zarlivost
BRNO STATE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JIRI WALDHANS
12.46' Sinfonietta
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by KAREL ANCERL gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Jiri Waldhans
Conducted By: Karel Ancerl

: THE APOTHECARY

Lo speziale
Comic opera in three acts
Libretto after GOLDONI
English translation by BRIAN TROWELL Music by Haydn
Cast in order of singing:
Narrator, RONALD HARVI
Harpsichord continuo. John Constable
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conductor, BRYDEN Thomson
Produced by BRIAN TROWELL
ACT 1
Scene 1 The apothecary's shop
Scene 2 A room behind the shop ACT 2
Scene 1 A room behind the shop Scene 2 The shop
Act 3
Scene 1 The street outside the shop Scene 2 The shop Scene 3 The street
John Constable broadcasts by permission of the Gen. Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Translation By: Brian Trowell
Leader: Reginald Stead
Produced By: Brian Trowell
Unknown: John Constable

: INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION

Prizewinners' Concert
BAVARIAN RADIO
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ROBERT WAGNER and HERMANN Michael
Part 1 conducted by Robert Wagner

Contributors

Conducted By: Robert Wagner
Conducted By: Robert Wagner

: SCHUBERT AND BRAHMS

played by the AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
Broadcast on June 11. 1968

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett

: CONCERT

Part 2 conducted by Hermann Michael
From the Sixteenth International Music Competition of the Broadcasting Corporations of the Federal Republic of Germany held in September 1967.
Recording made available by courtesy of Bavarian Radio

Contributors

Conducted By: Hermann Michael

: INTERPRETATIONS ON RECORD

A programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared
BERTHOLD GOLDSCHMIDT discusses some of the problems of interpretation that arise in the First Symphony of Brahms as recorded by Boult, CANTELLI, FURTWÄNGLER, Jochum, KARAJAN. KLEMPERER, SZELL, TOSCANINI, WALTEFT, and WEINGARTNER

Contributors

Unknown: Berthold Goldschmidt

: SCHUBERT PIANO SONATAS ⓢ

Sonata in B flat major (D.960) played by ALFRED BRENDEL
Last of seven programmes

Contributors

Played By: Alfred Brendel

: LETTER FROM ROME

by ANDREW HALE
A comment on Italian political and social life by Mr. Hale. who lives and works in Rome.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Hale

: BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

by Alasdair Clayre
Black Mountain means for most people a certain kind of poetry associated with writers like Olson, Creeley, or Duncan. But the College, which was founded in 1933 in North Carolina, was famous from its early days for its original concepts of education and only later for its contributions to the arts.
ALASDAIR CLAYRE talks to
JOSEF ALBERS who came to Black Mountain from the Bauhaus at its foundation to CHARLES OLSON the last Rector and to others who lived and worked there also to MICHAEL WEAVER of the University of Exeter, who has done extensive research on Black Mountain for a book shortly to be published in the U.S.A.
Produced by Tony Gould
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.40

Contributors

Unknown: Alasdair Clayre
Unknown: Black Mountain
Talks: Alasdair Clayre
Unknown: Josef Albers
Unknown: Charles Olson
Unknown: Michael Weaver
Produced By: Tony Gould

: CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Tilford Bach Festival Choir
Tilfdrd Bach Festival
Orchestra
Leader, Trevor Williams
Conductor, Denys Darlow
From the Victoria and Albert Museum , London
Part 1
See page 39

Contributors

Conductor: Denys Darlow
Conductor: Albert Museum

: * THE LANGUAGE ANIMAL

rwo talks by GEORGE STEINER Extraordinary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge
2: Tongues and forms
Under every language lies psychology; around every psychology lie a society and a culture. And all these things are shapings, creations, of our world; they are the pattern of our perception.

: * CONCERT

Part 2: Bruckner
Mass No. 2. in E minor

: JOHN SKELTON

Poems chosen and arranged by D. G. BRIDSON
Read by DENIS GOACHER
Second broadcast

Contributors

Arranged By: D. G. Bridson
Read By: Denis Goacher

: VIOLA AND PIANO

played by WALTER TRAMPLER (viola) and ERNEST Lush (piano)

Contributors

Viola: Walter Trampler

: THE POSITIVISM OF BARON d'HOLBACH

by MAURICE CRANSTON
Professor-elect of Political Science at the London School of Economics
Maurice Cranston suggests that Baron d'Holbach, the most neglected of the French Encyclopaedists, was also the one most ahead of his time. anticipating much that is thought of as distinctive of twentieth-century philosophy
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cranston

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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