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: NEWS; WEATHER

: WHAT'S NEW? ⓢ

A programme of recent records

: NEWS; WEATHER

: HAYDN'S PIANO TRIOS

Last of twelve programmes
Oromonte Piano Trio Perry Hart (violin)
Kenneth Heath (cello) Nina Milkina (piano)
Trio in B flat major (H.XV.20)
9.17' Trio in G major (H.XV.25)

Contributors

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

: YOUR CONCERT CHOICE

A record request programme
Overtur

: MUSIC MAGAZINE

Record Review
Contributed by NOEL GOODWIN EDWARD GREENFIELD DIANA MCVEAGH
Edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERRAGS

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Goodwin
Unknown: Edward Greenfield
Unknown: Diana McVeagh
Edited By: Anna Instone
Introduced By: Julian Herrags

: BACH

The 48 Preludes and Fugues played by Denis Matthews (piano)
Book 2, Nos 19-24
Last of eight programmes

Contributors

Piano: Denis Matthews

: BEETHOVEN AND WALTON ⓢ

gramophone records

: OPERA AT THE PROMS

The Trojans 0
Part 2:
THE TROJANS AT CARTHAGE
An opera in four acts by Berlioz
English translation by EDWARD J. DENT
Cast in order of singing:
CHELSEA OPERA GROUP CHORUS L.S.O. CHORUS
Chorus-Master,
John Alldis LONDONSYMPHONY Orchestra Leader, John Georgiadis
Conducted by COLIN DAVIS
ACT 1
An open space tn the gardens of Dido's palace
2.29* First Interval
2.49* ACT 2
Scene 1 The royal hunt and storm
Scene 2 Dido's garden. by the sea
3.45* Second Interval
4.5* ACT 3
The Trojan Beet In porl
ACT 4
Scene 1 Dido's apartment
Scene 2 A terrace overlooking the sea
Broadcast on September 13. 1967
During the Intervals
COUPERIN
Ordres played by RUTH DYSON (harpsichord)
First interval (2.29*) Ordre No. 14
Second interval (3.45*) Ordre No. 25

Contributors

Translation By: Edward J. Dent
Chorus-Master: John Alldis
Leader: John Georgiadis
Conducted By: Colin Davis
Harpsichord: Ruth Dyson

: BEETHOVEN AND RACHMANINOV ⓢ

John Ogdon (piano)
Part 1
Beethoven
Sonata in A flat major, Op. 110
5.21* Sonata in C minor. Op.
111

Contributors

Piano: John Ogdon

: ROBERT DUNCAN

in conversation with NATHANIEL TARN
The American poet Robert Dun can was one of the central figures in what has been called the San Francisco renaissance of the mid 1950s. He discusses the environment of the place and period both in relation to his own work and the general scene.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dun

: PIANO RECITAL

Part 2
Rachmaninov
Sonata No. 1, in D minor, Op.
28
6.54* Sonata No. 2, in B flat minor, Op. 36
A recital given in the Maltings.
Snape last June as part of the 1968 Atdeburgh Festival

: ZEUS THE BARNSTORMER

by Lucian of Samosata
Freely translated and adapted for broadcasting by TERENCE TILLER
Produced by TERENCE TILLER
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 8.20

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Terence Tiller
Produced By: Terence Tiller
Zeus: Victor Lucas
Hermes: Roger Snowdon
Heracles: Valentine Dyail
Aphrodite: Margaret Wolfit
Poseidon: Norman Shelley
MOMUS: John Sharp
Damis: Duncan McIntyre
Athene: Marjorie Westbury
Hera: Grizelda Hervey
Timocles: Ralph Truman
Apollo: Michael Deacon
Eros: Michael Deacon

: BENJAMIN FRANKELO ⓢ

introduces a concert of his music
Max Rostal (viola)
New Philharmonia
Orchestra
Leader, Carlos Villa Conducted by Denis Vaughan
Symphony No. 5, Op. 46 tirst performance
9.0* Viola Concerto, Op. 45
See page 45

Contributors

Viola: Max Rostal
Conducted By: Denis Vaughan

: A COMPOSER'S PREPARATION-

will the old methods do? by BENJAMIN FRANKEL in a recent talk in the Third Programme a young composer questioned the adequacy of traditional academic teaching. Given the present musical climate, Benjamin Frankel asks what should the composer's musical preparation be?

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Frankel
Unknown: Benjamin Frankel

: FRANKEL

Part 2
Symphony No. 6, Op. 49 tirst performance
Given before an invited audience in Studio I Maida Vale. Applications for tickets. enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed]

: THE PLEIADE

Readings from the group of French Sixteenth Century Poets Selected and introduced by HALLAM TENNYSON and read by JEAN NEGRONI EMANUELLE Riva and JEAN VlLAR
The poems will be read in French with some English translation
A shortened version of the two programmes broadcast on May 14 and May 23. 1968.

Contributors

Introduced By: Hallam Tennyson
Read By: Jean Negroni
Read By: Emanuelle Riva

: THE NEWS

: Closedown









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