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Time: gts 8.0 am

: Aubade

Party Lady Radnor's Suite LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.19* Delius, arr Fenby La calinda <Koanga>
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE WELDON
8.24* Elgar Nursery Suite
ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES GROVES
8.48* Grainoer Mock Morris: Handel in the Strand; Molly on the shore
EASTMAN ROCHESTER POPS ORCHESTRA conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult
Conducted By: George Weldon
Conducted By: Charles Groves
Conducted By: Frederick Fennell

: News; Weather

: Master Works

Ttppett Concerto for double string orchestra
MOSCOW CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
BATH FESTIVAL CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA conducted by RUDOLF BARSHAI (gramophone record)
9.31* Schubert Four Impromptus (n 935): F minor: A flat major: B flat major; F minor WILHELM KEMPFF (piano) (gramophone record)
10.6* Monteverdi Magnificat a 6 MONTEVERDI CHOIR
STEPHEN HICKS (organ) conductor
JOHN ELIOT GARDINER
10.31* Tippett Symphony No 2 LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS (gramophone record)

Contributors

Conducted By: Rudolf Barshai
Piano: Wilhelm Kempff
Unknown: Monteverdi Magnificat
Unknown: Stephen Hicks
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Conducted By: Colin Davis

: From the 1971 Aldeburgh Festival: Originality and Influence: the Problem of Comprehensibility

A lecture by Hans Keller introduced by Peter Pears given at the Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh. on 7 June.

Contributors

Speaker: Hans Keller
Introduced by: Peter Pears

: Midday Concert

VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA leader CLIFFORD KNOWLES conductor CHARLES GROVES Part 1 Brahms
Piano Concerto No 2, in B fiat major

Contributors

Leader: Clifford Knowles

: News; Weather

: The Concert Interval

GERALD ABRAHAM introduces his completed version of Schubert's Unfinished Symphony and explains why he decided to undertake this precarious task,

Contributors

Introduces: Gerald Abraham

: Midday Concert

Part 2
Schubert Symphony No 8, in B minor (completed by GERALD ABRAHAM from Schubert's own material
2.5* Delius Paris: The song of a.great city
(A public concert given in the Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, on 6 June)

: Afternoon Sequence

A personal choice of records presented by Jeremy Noble including at 2.32* LIONEL ROGG playing Bach's Trio Sonata
No 5, in c; at 2.49* Mozart's Serenade No 11, in E flat (K 375), played bv the LONDON WIND SOLOISTS; at 3.16* CLAUDIO ARRAU playing Beethoven's Eroica Variations. Op 35; at
3.45* early Mozart arias sung by GUNDULA JANOWITZ and FIORENZA cossotto: and at 4 18* HiNDEMiTH conducting the philHARMONIA ORCHESTRA in his Concert Music, Op 50, for brass and string orchestra

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Noble
Unknown: Claudio Arrau
Sung By: Gundula Janowitz

: Bartok

Sonata for violin played by ERICH GRUENBERG
(From a BBC Lunchtime Concert given in St John's, Smith Square. London, on 19 April)

Contributors

Played By: Erich Gruenberg

: 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

: The Orchestra in the 60s

Kagel Heterophonie FRANKFURT RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHAEL GIELEN gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Michael Gielen

: Fantasies

Haydn Fantasy In c major (H xvii 4)
6.47* Mozart Fantasy in c minor (K 475)
7.0* Beethoven Fantasy in G minor. Op 77 played by MARIA DONSKA (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Fantasy
Played By: Maria Donska

: La Traviata

Opera in three acts Music by VERDI Libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PIAVE , after DUMAS
(sung in Italian)
(gramophone records)
Cast in order of singing:
RCA ITALIANA OPERA CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES PRfiTRE
The action takes place in and near Paris during the middle of the 19th century.
Act 1: The drawing-room of Violetta's Paris house

Contributors

Unknown: Francesco Maria Piave
Conducted By: Georges Prfitre

: * A Word about the First Traviata

from JULIAN BUDDEN with PATRICIA MCCARRY (soprano) and NINA WALKER (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Budden
Soprano: Patricia McCarry
Soprano: Nina Walker

: * La Traviata

Act 2: Sc Y A room in Violetta's country house; Sc 2 A reception room in Flora's house

: Law in Action

Remanded in Custody by RICHARD SPARKS , Assistant Director of Research at the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology
In 1969 about 2.000 accused people were refused bail, remanded in custody, and later acquitted. They received no compensation. Dr Sparks examines the remand system and asks whether judges and magistrates have become excessively reluctant to grant bail,

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Sparks

: * La Traviata

Act 3: Violetta's bedroom

: Liszt and the Beethoven Symphonies

ALAN WALKER discusses the Liszt transcriptions of the Beethoven symphonies and demonstrates how they advance our understanding of his piano style. followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Walker

: Mozart and Faure"

Mozart Sonata in E minor (K 304)
Fauri Sonata in A major, Op 13 played by SYLVIA ROSENBERG (violin) YONTY SOLOMON (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Sonata
Violin: Sylvia Rosenberg
Piano: Yonty Solomon

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