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: News; Weather

Time: GTS 8.0 am

: Aubade

Adam Overture: La poupée de Nuremberg
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
8.11* Meyerbeer, arr Lambert Ballet Suite: Les patineurs
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA » conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
8.25* Paderewski Fantaisie Polonaise: EARL WILD (piano) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ARTHUR FIEDLER
8.45* Albeniz, orch Arbos Triana ; El puerto (Iberia) SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
8.55* Johann Strauss Spanish March: VIENNA PHILHARMONIC conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Bonynge
Conducted By: Eugene Ormandy
Conducted By: Paderewski Fantaisie
Conducted By: Arthur Fiedler
Unknown: Arbos Triana
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet
Conducted By: Johann Strauss
Conducted By: Willi Boskovsky

: News; Weather

: Mozart

Second of five programmes
Recit and Aria: Alcandro, lo confesso; Non so. d'onde viene (K 294); Aria: Voi avete un cor fedele (K 217)
GABRIELE FUCHS (soprano)
SALZBURG CAMERATA ACADEMICA conducted by GERHARD WIMBERGER
(Recording from the 1971 Salzburg Festival made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio) Adagio and Allegro in F minor (originally for mechanical organ) (K 594): MARIA DONSKA ALAN ROWLANDS (piano duet) Serenade in B flat major, for 13 wind instruments (K 361 LSO WIND ENSEMBLE conductor GERVASE DE PEYER
(From a public concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, in May 1970)

Contributors

Soprano: Gabriele Fuchs
Conducted By: Gerhard Wimberger
Unknown: Maria Donska
Piano: Alan Rowlands
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall

: Handel's Tamerlano

Excerpts from the opera
Thecastincludes SOPHIA STEFFAN GWENDOLYN KILLEBREW and ALEXANDER YOUNG with the COPENHAGEN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN MORIARTY gramophone records
Third of six programmes

Contributors

Unknown: Thecastincludes Sophia Steffan
Unknown: Gwendolyn Killebrew
Conducted By: John Moriarty

: Record Review

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Mozart's Requiem, by TREVOR HARVEY
A new historical series: reviewed by EDWARD GREENFIELD

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Trevor Harvey
Unknown: Edward Greenfield

: Midday Concert

BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD Part 1
Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 3
12.32' Haydn Symphony No 92 (Oxford)

Contributors

Conducted By: Maurice Handford

: News; Weather

1.5 Midday Concert: part 2 Brahms Symphony No 4

: Afternoon Sequence

Humphrey Burton with records including' at 1.55* Britten's Hymn to St Cecilia, sung by the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHORUS: at 2.7* Bach's third Brandenburg Concerto played by the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA and also the moog synthesizer: at 2.32* WOLFGANG SCHNEIDERHAN and WALTER KLIEN in Schubert's Violin Sonatina in G minor: at 2.55* RÉGINE CRESPIN singing Ravel's Sheligrazade; at 3.40* Verdi's Te Deum, conducted by ZUBIN MEHTA

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Wolfgang Schneiderhan
Unknown: Walter Klien
Unknown: Gine Crespin
Conducted By: Zubin Mehta

: Mozart and Bartok

BARTOK STRING QUARTET
Mozart Quartet in c (K 465) Bartok Quartet No 6

: 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

: Jazz Record Requests

Introduced by PETER CLAYTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Clayton

: Prometheus, Bringer of Fire

A study of Alexander Scriabin (born 6 January 1872) by CHRISTOPHER NUPEN and VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY with GINA BACHAUER , SIR ADRIAN BOULT HARRIET COHEN , MARTIN COOPER
MARIA KORCHINSKA. LORIN MAAZEL FRANZ REIZENSTEIN
GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
BORIS DE SCHLOZER , SVEN WEBER Introduced by CHRISTOPHER NUPEN
(Vladimir Ashkenazy plays Scriabin's Piano Concerto on Tuesday, 8.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Scriabin
Unknown: Christopher Nupen
Unknown: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Unknown: Gina Bachauer
Unknown: Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown: Harriet Cohen
Unknown: Martin Cooper
Unknown: Maria Korchinska.
Unknown: Lorin Maazel
Unknown: Franz Reizenstein
Unknown: Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Unknown: Boris de Schlozer
Unknown: Sven Weber
Introduced By: Christopher Nupen
Introduced By: Vladimir Ashkenazy

: Paris in the 20s

ROLLO MYERS lived in Paris immediately after the First World War and came to know most of the leading Parisian figures of the day. In the first of his three reminiscent talks he recalls his experiences of Parisian musical and theatrical life and his meetings with Cocteau and members of Les Six.
followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Rollo Myers

: The Scene-Machine

An entertainment with a message for our time
Music by Anthony Gilbert Libretto by GEORGE MACBETH
(first broadcast performance in this country) from Sadler's Wells Theatre
A crowd of young people NEW OPERA CHORUS
NEW OPERA ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL JONES
JOHN LEWIS (electronic organ) JON KELIEHOR (drums) PHILIP REED (guitar) ANTHONY GROUT-SMITH (bass guitar) conductor LEON LOVETT Repetiteur MARY NASH
Producer ANTHONY BESCH
(Gillian Knight broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden)
(Radio Times People: page 4)

Contributors

Music By: Anthony Gilbert
Unknown: George MacBeth
Leader: Michael Jones
Leader: John Lewis
Conductor: Leon Lovett
Producer: Anthony Besch

: * pm Personal View

Reflections on current affairs
Lord Annan, Provost of University College, London, and historian of ideas, gives the last of four talks...

: * Time Off? Not a Ghost of a Chance!

A charade in four scenes with three interruptions by Elisabeth Lutyens
(-first broadcast performance) from Sadler's Wells Theatre
Electronic tape devised by RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT NEW OPERA CHORUS
NEW OPERA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE JOHN LEWIS , JON KELlEHOR
PHILIP REED , ANTHONY GROUT-SMITH conductor LEON LOVETT Repetiteur MARY NASH
Producer ANTHONY BESCH

Contributors

Unknown: Elisabeth Lutyens
Unknown: Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown: John Lewis
Unknown: Jon Kellehor
Unknown: Philip Reed
Conductor: Anthony Grout-Smith
Conductor: Leon Lovett
Producer: Anthony Besch

: Arts Commentary

Art

Introduced by Andrew Forge
Francis Bacon and Michael Levy comment - separately - on Titian's The Death of Actaeon, which the National Gallery hopes to buy for the nation.

Stephen Bann, Keith Critchlow and Lionel March discuss Systems, an exhibition of the work of 12 British artists interested in 'order, rhythm, sequence and architectural relations.'

(Systems opens on 8 March at the Whitechapel Art Gallery)

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Forge
Speaker: Francis Bacon
Speaker: Michael Levy
Speaker: Stephen Bann
Speaker: Keith Critchlow
Speaker: Lionel March
Producer: Leonie Cohn

: © Parade

Eighth in a weekly series
Tonight 75 minutes of biting, acid-toned music: songs and marches by Weill and Krenek, violin music by Prokofiev and pianq pieces by Martinu The performers include:
WANDA WILKOMIRSKA (violin) ANN SCHEIN (piano)
BERNARD ROBERTS (piano) (mono)‡ and on gramophone records: LOTTE LENYA, FRITZ GOLLNITZ with Orchestra and Chorus conducted by WILHELM BRÜCKNER-RÜGGEBERG (mono)
LUCIA POPP , GERD FELDHOFF with the VIENNA VOLKSOPER ORCHESTRA conducted by HEINRICH HOLLREISER
BOSTON CONCERT BAND (mono)

Contributors

Piano: Ann Schein
Piano: Bernard Roberts
Unknown: Fritz Gollnitz
Conducted By: Wilhelm Brückner-Rüggeberg
Unknown: Lucia Popp
Unknown: Gerd Feldhoff

: News; Weather

: Closedown









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