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Time: GTs 7.0 am

: Morning Concert

Purccll Suite: The Fairy Queen HEIDELBERG CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by justus VAN WERSKY
7.20* Dowland Dances JULIAN BREAM (lute)
7.37* Boyce Trio-Sonata No 8. in E Hat
MALCOLM LATCHEM (violin) JOHN BROWN (violin)
DAVIDLUMSDEN(harpsichord) JANE RYAN (cello)
7.48* Stanley Concerto in A minor. Op 2 No 5
HURWITZ CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by KMANUEL HURWITZ (violin)

Contributors

Unknown: Van Wersky
Violin: Malcolm Latchem
Violin: John Brown
Violin: Kmanuel Hurwitz

: News; Weather

Morning Concert: part 2
AMSTERDAM CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRÉ RIEU
Hellendaal Concerto Crosso in D minor. Op 3 No 2
8.18* Giuseppe Sammartini Recorder Concerto in F FRANS BRUGGEN
8.32* attrib Pergolesi Concertino No 4. in F minor
8.45* Bonporti Violin Concerto in d. Op 11 No 8 gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Giuseppe Sammartini
Unknown: Frans Bruggen

: News; Weather

: This Week's Composer

Bath
Prelude and Fugue in E flat (Sr Anne)
9.21* Trio-Sonata No 5. in c KARL RICHTER at the organ of Jaegersborg Church, Copenhagen gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Karl Richter

: Chamber Music

DAVIDCOWSILL (oboe)
JAMES WALKER (piano)
JanacekOn an overgrown path (Book 2)
Britten Six metamorphoses after Ovid. Op 49, for oboe
Schubert Drei Klavierstucke (d 946)

Contributors

Oboe: Schubert Drei Klavierstucke

: BBC Midland Light Orchestra

leader JAMES DAVIS conducted by MICHAEL MOORES Heuberyer Overture: The Opera Ball
Saint-Saëns Danse macabre Bizet Suite: Jeux d'enfants
Eluar Two Interludes (Falstaff) Malcolm Arnold English Dances Set 2

Contributors

Leader: James Davis
Conducted By: Michael Moores
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold

: Song Recital

BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
A programme including the Lieder von Gellert by Beethoven, and songs by Handel, Schubert. Duparc. and Faure
Recorded last January at a concert given before the British Music Society of Northern Ireland in the Sir William Whitla Hall of Queen's University, Belfast,

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Whitla

: Midday Prom

YOSSI ZIVONI (violin)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD STEAD conducted by uri SEGAL Part 1
Mendelssohn Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream
12.29* Rawsthorne Violin Concerto No 1

Contributors

Violin: Yossi Zivoni
Leader: Reginald Stead
Conducted By: Uri Segal

: News; Weather

: The Concert Interval

PAUL HAMBURGER talks about Haydn's Symphony No 83.

: Midday Prom

Part 2
Strauss Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
1.39* Haudtt Symphony No 83, in G minor (The Hen)
(Given before an invited audience in the Queen's Hall, Widnes)

Contributors

Unknown: Don Juan

: Music from Uganda

Introduced by JEAN JENKINS Produced by MADEAU STEWART

Contributors

Introduced By: Jean Jenkins
Produced By: Madeau Stewart

: Piano Recital

by IVAN MORAVEC
Debussy Suite: Children's Corner
Chopin Twenty-four Preludes. Op 28

: From The Proms

ZARA NELSOVA (cello) BBC WOMEN'S CHORUS
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conductor COLIN J)AVIS Part 1
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis Hugh Wood Cello Concerto

Contributors

Leader: Bela Dekany
Unknown: Thomas Tallis
Cello: Hugh Wood

: * during the interval

JOHN WARRACK talks about Hoist's Planets.

Contributors

Talks: John Warrack

: * From The Proms

Part 2 Hoist The Planets
(A 1969 Promenade Concert) 1

: Organ Recital

by NICOLAS KYNASTON from the Church of the Holy Trinity, St Andrews
Durulle Prelude (Suite, Op 5)
Bach Chorale Prelude on An Wasserfliissen Babylon (s 653b) Bach Prelude and Fugue in a minor is 544)
Messiaen Communion (Les oiseaux et les sources': Sortie (Le vent de I'esprit) (Messe de la Pentecote)

Contributors

Unknown: Nicolas Kynaston
Unknown: Bach Prelude

: Concert Calendar

DAVID MUNROWtakes a look at some musical events in London and the South East during the coming mid-week,

Contributors

Unknown: David Munrowtakes

: Study on 3 Perspective

A new weekly series on the Arts 4: Is Opera Too Grandf
' Many people are unwilling to try opera because it is popularly called grand opera and is supposed to be concerned with remote societies whose emotional situations nobody today can honestly believe in.' How far is this recent comment by a music critic in The Times true of opera in Britain today?
ANTONY HOPKINS talks to SIR
MICHAEL TIPPETT. whose opera . The Midsummer Marriage is being issued on records this month, and with JOHN TOOLEY , General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden
Produced by DENNIS SIMMONS
(Radio Times People: page 5)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tippett.
Unknown: John Tooley
Produced By: Dennis Simmons

: Man in Society

An introduction to the social sciences
13: Total Institutions
What is the role of closed communities like the prison or mental hospital, and what effect do they have on their inmates?
PETER WARR discusses these and related questions with NORMAN JEPSON and a consultant psychiatrist
Produced by DENNIS SIMMONS
(Linked with BBC2 alternate Wednesdays, 7.5 pm) .
(For publication and associated NEC course see page 13)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Warr
Unknown: Norman Jepson
Produced By: Dennis Simmons

: Dvorak, Mozart and Vaughan Williams

CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader FELIX KOK conducted by HAROLD GRAY from the Town Hall, Dudley Part 1
Dvorak Overture: In the countryside
Mozart Symphony No 38, in D (Prague) (K 504)

Contributors

Leader: Felix Kok
Conducted By: Harold Gray

: * Barbican

Community, Culture at Commerce? by PETER SHARP
Fifteen years after agreeing in principle to build a new community in the City of London, the deeply divided Court of Common Council recently approved the contract to build the final phase-an Arts Centre to house, among other things, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Peter E. M. Sharp , devotee of the arts and a chartered engineer, talks about planning for leisure in the Barbican.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter E. M. Sharp

: * Concert

Part 2 Vaughan Williams
Symphony No 6, in E minor

: Lessness

by Samuel Beckett
read by - Donal Donnelly, Leonard Fenton, Denys Hawthorne, Patrick Magee, Harold Pinter, Nicol Williamson
Samuel Beckett's short prose text Sans first appeared in French in 1969. Last year an English translation by the author was published under the title Lessness. Samuel Beckett has himself indicated the distribution of the lines among six voices. Lessness is an intricately structured prose poem which describes a landscape of desolation after the collapse of a last refuge.
The reading introduced and produced by Martin Esslin.

Contributors

Author: Samuel Beckett
Reader: Donal Donnelly
Reader: Leonard Fenton
Reader: Denys Hawthorne
Reader: Patrick Magee
Reader: Harold Pinter
Reader: Nicol Williamson
Presenter/Producer: Martin Esslin

: Evening Sequence

Stravinsky Suite italienne. for violin and piano
Peter Philips Fece da voi: Nero manto vi cinge; Correa vezzosamente; Non e, non e piu cor; Lasso, non e morir
Martin Dalby Commedia
Richard Dering Donna , mentre to vi miro; Crudelissima doglia; Soccorretemini ohime: Vergine bella; Lagrime dolci; Felice chi vi mia
Stravinsky Duo concertant. for violin and piano
MUSIC GROUP OF LONDON
PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES with JAMES TYLER (chitarrone)
DENNIS NESBITT (viola da gamba)

Contributors

Unknown: Stravinsky Suite
Piano: Peter Philips Fece
Unknown: Martin Dalby Commedia
Unknown: Richard Dering Donna
Viola: Dennis Nesbitt

: News Summary

: Closedown









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