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Sonata in C major (K.296)
WILLIAM KROLL (violin) ARTUR BALSAM (piano)
9.18* Quartet In E flat (K.493)
PRO ARTE PIANO Quartet gramophone records
A Centennial Collection of Folk Songs
1: Riddle Songs and Traditional Ballads
Recording made available by courtesy of C.B.C.
1: Frederiksborg Castle,, Denmark
A record of music by Praetorius, Lorentz, Scheidt, and Buxtehude played by HELMUT TRAMNITZ
Introduced by JOHN LADE
soprano with Ernest Lush (piano) sings Lieder by Schumann, Reger, and Strauss
Broadcast on June 12. 1968
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by Boris BROTT
Julian Bream plays music by Diabelli gramophone record
Given before an Invited audience
In the City Hall. Sheffield
PETER THOMAS (violin)
SHARON McKINLEY (cello) IAN BROWN (piano)
First of thirteen weekly recitals given before an invited audience in tho Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to the Ticket Unit. BBC. Broadcasting House. London, [Postcode removed]. enclosing s.a.e.
Concert-Master, Peter Mountain
BBC WEST OF ENGLAND CHORUS
Conducted by FREDERIK PRAUSNITZ
The 48 Preludes and Fugues Denis Matthews (piano) Book 1, Nos. 1-6
First of eight programmes
Broadcast on January 12
Musical director, MAURICE CLARE
Sonata in A minor, Op. 1 No.
FRANS BRiiGGEN (recorder)
GUSTAV LEONHARDT (harpsichord) ANNER BYLSMA (cello) gramophone record
From the Queen Elizabeth Hall. London
HENRY RAYNOR looks at some musical events in the Midlands and East Anglia during the next week
Introduced by Bryan Magee
This edition includes:
A report from Hamburg by David Cox on the 43rd Festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music
Michael BLAKEMORE discussing his Nottingham Playhouse production of Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Vi which opens in London this week
Produced by Philip French and Russell Harty
An enquiry by Robert Jackson
Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford
The most exciting innovation In British University education at present is the proposal to set up a new. independent University completely free from direct Government subsidy and State control. Robert Jackson , who has been talking to the people who are planning the development of this new free institution, considers the problems that they face.
PROFESSOR M. L. BURSTEIN , University of Warwick; SIR SYDNEY CAINE ; PROFESSOR SIR ERNST CHAIN, Imperial College, London; KRISHAN KUMAR , University of Kent; M. MCCRUM , Tonbridge School; DR. J. W. PAULLEY ; PROFESSOR A. PEACOCK, University of York; BARBARA SHENFIELD
Produced by Christie Davies
Professor M. L.
Dr. J. W.
Ilse Wolf (soprano) Paul Esswood
Ian Partridge (tenor) John Barrow (bass)
London Bach Society
Steinitz Bach Players Leader, Alan Loveday
Conducted by Paul Steinitz and George Newson
From St. Pancras Parish Church.
London. Part of a concert in the 1969 Camden Festival
George Newson is a thirty-seven-year-old Londoner who has been studying in the United States. His new piece is based upon his recently published part-song 0 western wind and is scored for a chorus divided into three sections and a Bach-sized orchestra divided into two sections. The work was commissioned by the London Bach Society.