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: News; Weather

Time: GTS 8.0 am

: Ernest Ansermet Conducts

SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Glinka Overture: A Life for the Tsar
8.14' Bizet Symphony in c
8.42* Ravel Daphnis and Chloë: Suite No 2 gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Ravel Daphnis

: News; Weather

: Mozart's German Operas The Impresario

(Der Schauspieldirektor) A comedy in one act
English text by GEOFFREY DUNN after Gottlieb Stephanie
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS
(From a 1970 Prom Concert) 1
9.36* Adagio in B minor (K 540) ARTUR BALSAM (piano) (gramophone record)
9.40* Eine kleine Freimaurer - Cantate (K 623)
KURT EQUILUZ (tenor) RUDOLF RESCH (tenor) LEO HEPPE (baritone)
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE VIENNA VOLKSOPER conducted by PETER MAAG (gramophone record)

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Dunn
Unknown: Gottlieb Stephanie
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras
Piano: Artur Balsam
Tenor: Kurt Equiluz
Tenor: Rudolf Resch
Baritone: Leo Heppe
Conducted By: Peter Maag
Mme Herz: Rhonda Bruce (soprano)
MrCash ALEXANDER: Young (tenor)
Mile Silberklang: Annon Lee Silver (soprano)
Buff: Michael Rippon (bass-Bar)
NOEL: Davies (harpsichord)

: Record Review

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Ravel's Rapsodie espagnole by EDWARD GREENFIELD
Recent chamber and instrumental music by DOMINIC GILL

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Edward Greenfield
Music By: Dominic Gill

: Robert Mayer Children's Concert

JACK BRYMER (saxophone)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Introduced and conducted by TREVOR HARVEY from the Royal Festival Hall
Rawsthorne Overture: Street Corner
Bartok Dance Suite (First, second, and third movements)
Ibert Concertino da Camera, for saxophone and orchestra Debussy Fetes
Stravinsky The Shrove-tide Fair (Petrushka)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Brymer
Conducted By: Trevor Harvey

: ⓢ Michael Roll (piano) t

Beethoven Bagatelles (Op 33): No 3, in F; No 5, in c
Sonata in A flat major, Op 26

: News; Weather

1.4 Mussorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition

: Afternoon Sequence

A personal choice of records presented by Ricbard Baker including at 1.55* Rossini's aria Non pill mesta and Chopin's Variations on it for flute and piano: at 2.5* Schubert's Quartet in G (D 887); at 2.50* JOHN OGDON playing Mendelssohn's Rondo brillant in E fiat; and at 3.34* Belshazzar's Feast by Walton, conducted by the composer

Contributors

Presented By: Ricbard Baker
Unknown: John Ogdon

: ⓢ Vivaldi's Four Seasons

HURWITZ CHAMBER ENSEMBLE director and solo violin EMANUEL HURWITZ
(From StJohn's, Smith Square)

Contributors

Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz

: The Week Ahead

JOHN amis talks to artists concerned with the highlights of next week's broadcast music.

Contributors

Talks: John Amis

: Jazz Record Requests

introduced by STEVE RACE

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Race

: Mahler's Fourth Symphony

SHEILA ARMSTRONG (soprano) BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conductor COLIN DAVIS

Contributors

Soprano: Sheila Armstrong
Leader: Bela Dekany
Conductor: Colin Davis

: Centres of Early Music

Seven programmes outlining the activities and cultural background of a major centre of pre-classical composition.
4: 16th and 17th-century Venice Introduced by DENIS ARNOLD (gramophone records)

Contributors

Introduced By: Denis Arnold

: Orchestral and Choral Concert

MARGARET CABLE (mezzo-soprano) JEAN KNIBBS (soprano)
PAUL ESSWOOD (counter-tenor) MARTYN HILL (tenor)
BRIAN ETHERIDGE (baritone) WILLIAM BENNETT
(flute and alto-flute)
EDWARD BECKETT (alto-flute) JOHN TAVENER (organ) LOUIS HALSEY SINGERS Continuo:
HAROLD LESTER
(organ and harpischord) TERENCE WEIL (cello)
JOHN GRAY (double-bass)
THAMES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS HALSEY Part 1
Bach Motet: Komm, Jesu, komm!
8.12* John Tavener Coplas (first broadcast performance in this country)
8.24* Bach Suite No 2, for flute and string orchestra

Contributors

Baritone: Brian Etheridge
Flute: William Bennett
Unknown: Edward Beckett
Unknown: John Tavener
Singers: Louis Halsey
Unknown: Harold Lester
Cello: Terence Weil
Double-Bass: John Gray
Conducted By: Louis Halsey
Unknown: John Tavener Coplas

: * Paris in the 20s

ROLLO MYERS lived in Paris immediately after the First World War and came to know many of the leading Parisian figures of the day. In the second of his three reminiscent talks he recalls meetings with Poulenc and some important Stravinsky premieres, as well as the development of Dadaism.

Contributors

Unknown: Rollo Myers

: * Concert Part 2

Bach Motet: Fiirchte dich nicht
9.31' Tarener Nomine Jesu (first broadcast performance in this country)
9.44' Purcell Welcome to all the pleasures: a song for St Cecilia's Day (1683)
(Concert at St John's, Smith Square, promoted by the City of Westminster Arts Council)

: On the Marionette Theatre

by HEINRICH VON KLEIST 1777-1811
IDRIS PARRY , Professor of Modern German Literature at Manchester University, introduces and reads a translation of Kleist's famous essay, which he has prepared for Radio 3. Produced by ADRIAN JOHNSON ‡

Contributors

Unknown: Heinrich von Kleist
Unknown: Idris Parry
Produced By: Adrian Johnson

: ⓢ Schumann and Brahms

WALTER KLIEN (piano)
Schumann Three Romances, Op 28
Brahms Variations on a theme of Schumann, Op 9; Seven Fantasies, Op 116

Contributors

Piano: Walter Klien

: News Summary

: Closedown









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