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Time: GTS 8.0 am

: International Chamber Orchestras

This week:
Concerto Amsterdam
Boccherini Cello Concerto in D major
ANNER BYLSMA directed by JAAP SCHRODER (violin)
Telemann Suite in F major conducted by FRANS BRUGGEN
Haydn Trumpet Concerto in I flat major
THEO MERTENS conducted by ANDRERIEU gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Anner Bylsma
Directed By: Jaap Schroder
Conducted By: Frans Bruggen
Unknown: Theo Mertens

: News; Weather

: The Saturday Concert

Schubert String Quartet in A minor (D 804)
AMADEUS QUARTET
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
9.34* Britten Cello Symphony MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
10.10* Mozart String Quartet in c major (Dissonance) (K465) AMADEUS QUARTET gramophone records

Contributors

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

: Piano Recital

by JEROME ROSE
Brahms Variations on a theme of Robert Schumann , Op 9
10.53* Schumann Sonata In F minor, Op 14

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Schumann

: Test Match Special England v The Rest of the World

(for the Guinness Trophy) Fourth Test Match at Headingley (Third day)
Ball-by-ball commentaries by JOHN ARLOTT ALAN GIBSON and BRIAN JOHNSTON with comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and RICHIE BENAUD including lunchtime summary

Contributors

Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Alan Gibson
Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Jazz Record Requests

Introduced by Steve Race

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Race

: Test Match Special

Commentary continued
2.5 - 4.20* including lunchtime scoreboard and teatime summary
4.30* - 6.40 including close-ofplay summary by E. W. SWANTON

: The Week Ahead

JOHN AMIS talks to the artists-composers, conductors, or performers - most closely concerned with the highlights of next week's broadcast music

Contributors

Talks: John Amis

: Debussy

L'isle joyeuse
Suite: Pour le piano ALDO CICCOLINI (piano)
(Recording made available by courtesy of South German Radio)

Contributors

Piano: Aldo Ciccolini

: The Proms

from the Royal Albert Hall London IONA BROWN (Violin)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader NEVILLE TAWEEL conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR Part 1
Elgar Overture: Froissart
7.48* Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor

Contributors

Violin: Iona Brown
Leader: Neville Taweel
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar

: * Law in Action

Is the family known to English law? by sin LESLIE SCARMAN , Chairman of the Law Commission for England and Wales
English law is famous for protecting the rights of the individual. But 'does it concern itself with the rights of the family?

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Scarman

: * The Prom ⓢ

Part 2
Walton Suite: Henry V
9.2* Dvorak Symphony No 9, in E minor (From the New World) (This week's Proms: page 13)

: Handel's Operas Today

WINTON DEAN discusses Handel's operas in relation to the theatre of their time, and suggests that the movement for their revival, which began in Germany 50 years ago this summer, introduced some misconceptions that still obscure their artistic merits,

: Schubert

Der Zwerg Im Walde (Windes Rauschen) Grenzen der Menschheit Totengraberweise Toteng-abers Heimweh Der bunde Knabe
MAUREEN LEHANE (contralto) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) MICHAEL LANGDON (bass) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
(Der Zwerg; Grenzen der Menschheit: Totengrabers Heimweh broadcast on 24 June 1969) (Michael Langdon broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)

Contributors

Contralto: Maureen Lehane
Piano: Paul Hamburger
Bass: Michael Langdon
Piano: Ernest Lush
Unknown: Totengrabers Heimweh
Unknown: Michael Langdon

: News Summary

: Closedown









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