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Time: GTS 8.0 am

: Orchestras of the World

Suisse Romande Orchestra conducted by PAUL KLETZKI
Rachmaninov Symphony No 2, in E minor gramophone record

Contributors

Conducted By: Paul Kletzki

: News; Weather

: Master Works

This week the programme includes the first true song-cycle, and a later cycle which is one of the masterworks of French music
Beethoven Song-cycle: An die ferne
Geliebte BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
Berlioz Reverie and Caprice, for violin and orchestra JOSEPH SZIGETI (violin) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CONSTANT LAMBERT
(gramophone record: recorded in 1946) Faure Lydia ; Fleur jetée
BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
Fauré Impromptu No 2, in F minor; Nocturne No 6, in D flat major
VLADO PERLEMUTER (piano)
9.45* Faure Song-cycle: La bonne chanson (poems by Verlaine)
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
Debussy Prelude a l'apresmidi d'un faune
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN (gramophone record)

Contributors

Unknown: Geliebte Brian Rayner
Unknown: Faure Lydia
Unknown: Brian Rayner
Piano: Vlado Perlemuter
Soprano: Jeannette Sinclair
Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan

: Record Review

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Bruckner's Symphony No 7, in E, by STEPHEN WALSH
Recent records of pre-classical music: reviewed by CHARLES CUDWORTH

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Stephen Walsh
Reviewed By: Charles Cudworth

: Test Match Special England v Pakistan

Second
Test Match at Lord's Third day
Ball-by-ball commentaries by JOHN ARLOTT , BRIAN JOHNSTON and ALAN GIBSON with comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and KHAN MOHAMMED
Close-of-play summary by E. W. SWANTON
11.25-1.35* including lunch summary
1.35'-1.40« News
1.45*-1.5t* Lunchtime Scoreboard
1.50'-2.10* Your Letters Answered: the commentators answer some of the points raised in listeners' letters
2.10*-4.20* including teatime summary
4.30*-6.40 including close-of-play summary
On days when play finishes early or is abandoned at any time after it has begun, the normal Radio 3 music programmes will be resumed approximately one hour after play has ceased.

Contributors

Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Alan Gibson
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Unknown: Khan Mohammed
Unknown: 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

: Organ Recital

by GILLIAN WEIR from the Royal Festival Hall, London ‡
Bach Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor (s 582)
Marchand Basse de trompette: Recit et Tierce en taille; Dialogue Toccata and Fugue In D minor (The Dorian)

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Weir
Unknown: Bach Passacaglia
Unknown: Marchand Basse

: Padmavatt

An opera in two acts by ROUSSEL
Libretto by LOUIS LALOY Concert performance (sung in French)
From the London Coliseum. 1969 co-promotion with the English Bach Festival to mark the centenary of Roussel's birth Cast:
Warriors, priests, palace women, men and women of the people
BBC chorus
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by JOHN BROWN conducted by JEAN MARTINON
Act 1: Outside the King's palace at Chittoor

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Conducted By: Jean Martinon
Padmavati: Rita Gorr (mezzo-Soprano)
Ratan-Sen, King of Chittoor: Albert Lance (tenor)
Alaouddin, Mogul Emperor: Gérard Souzay (baritone)
The Brahmin: Gérard Dunan (tenor)
Cora, steward of the palace: Neilson Taylor (baritone)
Badal Envoy of Ratan-Sen: Philip Langridge (tenor)
Nakamti, a young girl of Chittor: Jane Berbié (mezzo-Soprano)
The Sentry: Edward Byles (tenor)
A priest: Franklyn Whiteley (bass)
First palace woman: Marion Dodd (soprano)
Second palace woman: Meriel Dickinson (soprano)
Woman of the people: Meriel Dickinson (soprano)
A warrior: Leslie Fry (tenor)
A merchant: Cyril Somers (tenor)
An artisan: Gordon Farrall (baritone)

: * Raymond Williams

on the Open University
Our traditional universities will have to go on being expanded. This will need more resources but it will also need new approaches to teaching. This, as Dr Williams sees rt, is the central importance of the Open University. Its very stress as ' Open ' is a uniquely valuable experiment.

: * Padmavatl

Act 2: The interior of Shiva's Temple

: Interpretations on Record

A programme In which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared STEPHEN DODGSON discusses Beethoven's ' Archduke ' Trio as recorded by Thibaud, Casals, and Cortot; Stern. Rose, and Istomin; Zuckerman, Barenboim. and du PrS; the Beaux Arts Trio: Heifetz, Feuermann, and Rubinstein; the Trio di Trieste: and others

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Dodgson

: Grant Johannesen

(piano)
Bach Fantasia and Fugue In A minor (s 944)
10. 52* Schubert Eight German Dances (d 790)
11.2* Schumann Fantasy Pieces, Op 12

: News Summary

: Closedown









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