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: News; Weather

Time: GTS 8.0 am

: Orchestras of the World

The Paris Orchestra with ALBERT TETARD ( Cello) Poulenc Suite francaise conducted by GEORGES PRÊTRE
8.18* Debussy Prélude l'apres-midi d'un faune conducted bv
JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT
8.29* Roussel Concertino for cello and orchestra conducted by JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT
8.42* Ravel Daphnis et Chloe: Suite No 2 conducted by CHARLES MUNCH gramophone records

Contributors

Cello: Albert Tetard
Conducted By: Georges Prêtre
Conducted By: Jean-Pierre Jacquillat
Conducted By: Ravel Daphnis
Conducted By: Charles Munch

: News; Weather

: Master Works

A concert to present one of the great compositions
This week: Verdi's Requiem Mass is preceded by two chamber works of different textures Beethoven Variations on La ci darem from Mozart's Don Giovanni
CELIA NICKLIN (oboe) TESS MILLER (oboe)
SUSAN LEADBETTER (coranglais) 1
9.15' Berg Quartet. Op 3
GUARNERI STRING QUARTET Arnold Steinhardt (violin) John Dalley (violin) Michael Tree (viola) David Soyer (cello)
9.35* Verdi Requiem Mass
ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF (soprano) CHRISTA LUDWIG (mezzo-soprano) NICOLAI GEDDA (tenor)
NICOLAI GHIAUROV (bass) PHILHARMONIA CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
(gramophone record)

Contributors

Unknown: Don Giovanni
Oboe: Celia Nicklin
Oboe: Susan Leadbetter
Violin: Arnold Steinhardt
Violin: John Dalley
Cello: David Soyer
Mezzo-Soprano: Christa Ludwig
Tenor: Nicolai Gedda
Bass: Nicolai Ghiaurov
Conducted By: Carlo Maria Giulini

: Record Review

Introduced bv JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, by ROBERT HENDERSON
Recent orchestral records: reviewed by RICHARD OSBORNE

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Henderson
Unknown: Richard Osborne

: Midday Concert

PRUDENCE WHITTAKER (clarinet) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA conductor JOHN CAREWE Part 1
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
12.33* Roy Heoton Smith Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra (first broadcast performance)

Contributors

Conductor: John Carewe
Unknown: Roy Heoton Smith

: News; Weather

: Noises and Music

A talk by MARIUS GORING ‡

Contributors

Talk By: Marius Goring

: * Midday Concert

Part 2
Haydn Symphony No 55. in E Bat major (The Schoolmaster)
1.40* Britten Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes )

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Grimes

: Afternoon Sequence

A personal choice of records presented by Barrie Iliffe including at 2.20* Ravel's Introduction and Allegro, played by the MELOS ENSEMBLE; at 2.32* KARAJAN conducting Sibelius's Symphonic Poem: Tapiola: at 2.53* Song of the high hills by Delius, with SIR THOMAS BEECHAM conducting; and at 3.36* Brahms's Symphony No 3, in F, with the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT

Contributors

Presented By: Barrie Iliffe
Unknown: Thomas Beecham
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: Mozart

played by the ITALIAN STRING TRIO
Adagio (Mozart) and Fugue (Bach) in d minor (ke 404a No 1)
Divertimento No 19, in E flat major (K 563)
(A BBC Lunchtime Concert given in St John 's. Smith quare, London, on 25 Jan)

Contributors

Unknown: St John

: The Week Ahead

JOHN AMIS talks to artists-composers, conductors, or performers - most closely 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

: The Reith Lectures Change and Industrial Society

by Dr Donald Schon followed by questions from an invited audience. A second hearing of the 1970 series
5: Goternment as a Learning System
Government agencies come into being in response to specific national problems and crises. When these disappear or change in nature, the old organisational structure persists. What happens when a new national problem emerges? How does government respond to the new problem? This is another way of asking how we. as a society or nation. learn to identify and solve our problems. How can government function as a learning system?
(Back numbers of the six issues of The Listener containing the Reith Lectures can be obtained, price 55p (post free) for the set, from BBC Publications, [Address Removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Donald Schon

: Bach

Brandenburg Concerto No 2 STUTTGART CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL MÜNCHINGER gramophone record

: Musica Nova

BARRY TUCKWELL (hOm)
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader SAM BOR conductor ALEXANDER GIBSON from the City Hall, Glasgow Part 1
Douglas Young Departure (Karl Rankl prizewinning work)
7.15* lain Hamilton Alastor (first performance)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Tuckwell
Leader: Sam Bor
Conductor: Alexander Gibson
Unknown: Karl Rankl
Unknown: Hamilton Alastor

: * Jonathan Miller

on The Television Picture
Jonathan Miller comments on the particular characteristics of the picture formed on the television screen, and on the outlook for television as a result of the coming of cassettes.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Miller

: * pm Musica Nova Part 2

Thea Musgrave Horn Concerto (first performance) conducted by the composer

Contributors

Horn: Thea Musgrave

: Interpretations on Record

A programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared
BRYAN FAIRFAX talks about Bruckner's Ninth Symphony. as recorded by Furtwangler, Haitink, Horenstein. Jochum, Karajan. Keilberth, Mehta, Schuricht, and Walter.

: Annie Fischer

(piano)
Mozart Sonata in c minor (K 457)
Beethoven Sonata in G minor, Op 49 No
Schumann Fantasy In c. Op 17

Contributors

Piano: Mozart Sonata
Unknown: Beethoven Sonata

: Ravel

Quartet in F major
AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET
Sydney Humphreys (violin) Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)

Contributors

Violin: Raymond Keenlyside
Cello: Derek Simpson

: News Summary

: Closedown









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