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: News; Weather

Time: GTS 7.0 am

: Morning Concert

Shield Overture: Rosina
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by Richard BONYNGE
7.13' Field Piano Concerto No 2. in A flat
RENA KYRIAKOU
BERLIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by c. a. RUNTE ̈
7.43* Parry Lady Radnor's Suite
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Bonynge
Conducted By: C. A. Runte
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: News; Weather

Morning Concert: part 2
8.5 Cherubini Overture: Anacrgon
8.18' Mendelssohn Symphony No 3. in a minor (Scottish) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader BARRY WILDE conductor JOHN CAREWE

Contributors

Leader: Barry Wilde
Conductor: John Carewe

: News; Weather

: This Week's Composers

Rimsky-Korsakov and Borodin Borodin, orch Glazunov Symphony No 3. in A minor (Unfinished)
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
9.22* Rimsky-Korsakov Cantata: The Song of Oleg the Wise VLADIMIR PETROV (tenor) MARK REZHETIN (bass)
BOLSKOD THEATRE CHORUS
AND ORCHESTRA conducted by BORIS KHAIKIN
9.38* Borodin Symphonic Sketch: In the Steppes of Central Asia
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES PRÈTRE gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet
Tenor: Vladimir Petrov
Bass: Mark Rezhetin
Conducted By: Boris Khaikin
Conducted By: Georges Prètre

: Chamber Music

LINDSAY STRING QUARTET Peter Cropper (violin)
Michael Adamson (violin) Roger Bigley (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello)
Haydn Quartet in f minor. Op 20 No 5
Beethoven Quartet in e flat, Op 74

Contributors

Violin: Peter Cropper
Violin: Michael Adamson
Viola: Roger Bigley
Cello: Bernard Gregor-Smith

: BBC Midland Light Orchestra

leader James DAVIS conducted by Michael MOORES Balakirev Overture on three Russian themes
Butterworth The banks of green willow
Peter Hodgson Concert Piece for light orchestra
Wilfred Josephs Monkchester Dances

Contributors

Leader: James Davis
Conducted By: Michael Moores
Unknown: Peter Hodgson

: Schubert in Hungary

Music written during the summer of 1818. while he was employed by an aristocratic Hungarian family
Sonata in B flat major, for piano duet (D 617)
CELIA ARIELI, PETER WALLFISCH Song: Die Einsamkeit ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)
' It is the best thing I have written - for I was free from care.'

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wallfisch

: Midday Prom

PINA CARMIRELLI (violin) BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by ALBERT ROSEN Part 1
Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 2
12.31* Mozart Violin Concerto No 3. in G maior (K 216)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Griffiths
Conducted By: Albert Rosen

: News; Weather

: The Concert Interval

JOHN AMIS talks to MURRAY SCHAFER , the Canadian composer and author of books on music, about interviewing musicians,

Contributors

Talks: John Amis
Unknown: Murray Schafer

: Midday Prom

Part 2 Walton
Symphony No 1. in b flat minor (Given before an invited audience in the Town Hall, Huddersfieldi

: Early Keyboards

The Russell Collection Edinburgh University
2: Italian and French harpsichords
Introduced and played by Peter Williams
Produced by MADEAU STEWART
(BBC Sound Archive recording) (Friday, 11 June: English and German harpsichords, and an English chamber organ)

Contributors

Played By: Peter Williams
Produced By: Madeau Stewart

: Ravel and Kodaly

Ravel Sonata
Kodaly Duo, Op 7
CLARA RONAI.DI (violin)
RAPHAKL SOMMER (cello)

Contributors

Cello: Raphakl Sommer

: From The Proms

JOHN OGDON (piano)
BRENDA LUCAS (piano)
TRISTAN FRY (percussion)
JAMES HOLLAND (percussion) BBC CHAMBER ENSEMBLE Hugh Bean (violin)
Gerald Brinnen (double-bass) Colin Bradbury (clarinet)
Geoffrey Gambold (bassoon) Philip Jones (cornet)
John Iveson (trombone)
Gilbert Webster (percussion) conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR conductor JOHN ALLDIS Part 1
Debussy Trois chansons de Charles d Orleans
Stravinsky Suite: The Soldier's Tale

Contributors

Piano: John Ogdon
Piano: Brenda Lucas
Double-Bass: Gerald Brinnen
Clarinet: Colin Bradbury
Bassoon: Geoffrey Gambold
Bassoon: Philip Jones
Unknown: John Iveson
Unknown: Gilbert Webster
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Conducted By: John Alldis

: * Is Choral Singing Bad for Voices?

A talk by PETER GELLHORN

Contributors

Talk By: Peter Gellhorn

: * From The Proms

Part 2
David Bedford Two poems for chorus on words of Kenneth Patchen (19661
Bartok Sonata for two pianos and percussion
(From a 1969 Promenade Concert) I

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Patchen

: Organ Recital

by JOHN BISHOP from Worksop College
Liszt Fantasia and Fugue on the chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam from Meyerbeer's Le prophète

: Voice and Guitar

Thea Musgrave Five Love Songs Richard Rodney Bennett Ballad (W. H. Auden )
JANE MANNING (soprano)
ROLAND HARKER (guitar)

Contributors

Unknown: Thea Musgrave
Unknown: H. Auden
Soprano: Jane Manning
Guitar: Roland Harker

: Concert Calendar

CHRISTOPHER GRIER takes a look at some musical events in London and the South East during the next two and a half weeks.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Grier

: Study on 3 Perspective

A weekly series on the Arts 7:The Making of a Poem
How do poems happen? One answer is that they may be commissioned for an occasion - and the National Book League has invited several well-known poets to produce work for its new-style book fair, the Book Bang, which opens in London today.
Three of the poets involved - VERNON SCANNELL , PATRICIA BEER, arid TED WALKER - discuss how a poem comes- to be written and what sets the creative processes working.
Produced by EDITH R. BAER

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Scannell
Unknown: Ted Walker
Produced By: Edith R. Baer

: Man in Society

An introduction to the social sciences
16: Attitude change
PETER WARR discusses With CHRISTOPHER SPENCER the nature of attitude change and some of the major factors which bring it about.
Produced bv DENNIS SIMMONS (Linked with BBC2, alternate Wednesdays, 7.5 pm)
(For publication see page 12)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Warr
Unknown: Christopher Spencer
Unknown: Dennis Simmons

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

leader BELA DEKANY conducted by HERIBERT ESSER with GYÖRGY PAUK (violin)
Schumann Overture: Genoveva Mozart Violin Concerto No 5, in A major (K 219)
Dvorak Symphony No 8, in o

Contributors

Leader: Bela Dekany
Conducted By: Heribert Esser

: Gielgud's Hamlet

In this programme RICHARD BEBB recreates from gramophone records one of themajor performances of this century. Produced by BENNETT MAXWELL (First broadcast in 1970)

Contributors

Produced By: Bennett Maxwell

: Evening Sequence

Byrd Fantasia a 4 No 1; Have mercy on us. Lord; How vain the toils; What unacquainted cheerful voice; ' In nomine No , Tallis The Lamentations of Jeremiah, part 1
Birtwistle Nenia: the death of Orpheus
Tallis Lamentations, part 2
Burd Ye sacred muses: Come tread the path: Fantasia a 5 No 1; Lullaby, my sweet httle baby; My sweet little darling
CHARLES BRETT (counter-tenor) JAYE CONSORT OF VIOLS CANTORES IN ECCLESIA conductor Michael HOWARD THE MATRIX
Jane Manning (soprano) Alan Hacker (clarineT and bass-clarinet)
Ian Mitchell (bass-clarinet)
Francis Christou (bass-clarinet) Tristan Fry (percussion) Paul Crossley (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Brett
Conductor: Michael Howard
Soprano: Jane Manning
Bass-Clarinet: Ian Mitchell
Bass-Clarinet: Francis Christou
Piano: Paul Crossley

: News Summary

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