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Giovanni Gabriell Sonata xx, for five instrumental choruses (1015): HARMONIE CHAMBRE DE PARIS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by FLORIAN HOLLAND
8.15* 16th-century songs and dances: Cornyshe Blow thy horn; Florentino Maschera Canzona quarta; Henry VIII Tho' some saith that youth ruleth me; Susato Saltarelle; anon Time to pass with goodly sport: ST GEORGES CANZONA directed by JOHN SOTHCOTT
8.28* Haydn Symphony No 101, in D (The Clock): BERLIN PHILHARMONIC orchestra, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN

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Unknown: Giovanni Gabriell Sonata
Conducted By: Florian Holland
Directed By: John Sothcott
Conducted By: Herbert von Karajan

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A record request programme
Dvorak Slavonic Dance No 1
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MARTINON
9.10* Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor: YEHUDI MENUHIN
NEW PHILIJARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT

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Conducted By: Jean Martinon
Unknown: Yehudi Menuhin
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult

: Music Magazine

Feodor Chahapin (1873-1938): by DESMOND SHAWE TAYLOR
Tippett and the String Quartet: by JOHN WARRACK
Musical Profile - Nina Milkina : by ALAN BLYTH
Operatic Bachelors: by HAROLD ROSENTHAL
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAG

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Unknown: Desmond Shawe Taylor
Unknown: Nina Milkina
Unknown: Alan Blyth
Unknown: Harold Rosenthal
Introduced By: Julian Herbag

: Purcell

Overture in G minor
They that go down to the sea in ships: Chacony in G minor
Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?
Fantasia: Three Parts on a Ground, in D major My beloved spake
PAUL ESSWOOB (counter-tenor) NIGEL ROGERS , EDGAR FLEET
(tenors), JOHN NOBLE (baritone) ROGER STALMAN (bass) TRINITY BOYS' CHOIR
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE ACCADEMIA
MONTEVERDIANA HAROLD LESTER (organ and harpsichord continuo) conducted and introduced by DENIS STEVENS

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Unknown: Nigel Rogers
Bass: Roger Stalman
Unknown: Monteverdiana Harold Lester
Introduced By: Denis Stevens

: Cheltenham Festival 1972

Piano duets played by GARTH BECKETT and BOYD MCDONALD Part 1
Schubert Fantasia in F minor (D 940)
Debussy Epigraphes antiques Ravel Suite: Ma Mere l'Oye

Contributors

Played By: Garth Beckett

: * pm Words....

Ian Mclntyre reflects on some of the things we say and write and on the raw material we use to make them - words.

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McLntyre

: Cheltenham Festival 1972

Part 2 Schubert
Sonata in c (Grand Duo)
(A recital given in the Town Hall on 13 July)

: Talking about Music

Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
(Rptd: Monday, 9.45 am)

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Unknown: Antony Hopkins

: Idomeneo

Opera in three acts Music by Mozart
Libretto by GIAMBATTISTA VARESCO (sung in Italian) (gramophone records)
The last rehearsal was splendid. After Act 1 the Elector called to me, loudly and clearly, " Bravo! ", and when I approached to kiss his hand. he said. "This opera will be charmante; it will bring you credit." '
Cast in order of singing:
LEIPZIG RADIO CHORUS
DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by HANS SCHMIDT -ISSERSTEDT
The scene is laid in ancient Crete
Acts I and 2 3.50* Mozart and the Opera Seria
A talk by WILLIAM MANN
4.5* Idomeneo Act 3

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Conducted By: Hans Schmidt
Talk By: William Mann

: ' The Chocolate Project '

The strange phrase used by Verdi to describe a collaboration which was to last seven years and end with the masterpiece, Otello. , Music illustrations by and on gramophone records
Producer CHRISTOPHER HOLME
(Verdi is This Week's Composer: Mon to Fri, 9.5 am)

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Producer: Christopher Holme

: The Harpsichord in France

Louis Couperin Suite in A minor: Passacaille in c (1658)
Francois Couperin Ordre No 18. in F
Armand-Louis Couperin Four Pieces (1749)
WILLIAM CHRISTIE (harpsichord)

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Harpsichord: William Christie

: World Drama

Paul Scofield and Nicol Williamson in Othello: a tragedy by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE with Rosalind Shanks Hannah Gordon
Martin Jarvis and Peter Egan A second hearing of a new stereophonic production of the uncut text of the play ... trifles light as air Are to the jealous confirmations strong
As proofs of holy writ; ... Scene: Venice and Cyprus
Other parts played by NIGEL GRAHAM , MICHAEL KILGARRIFF JONATHAN SCOTT , PETER TUDDENHAM Producer JOHN TYDEMAN
Interval (9.20*-9.25*) Stereo Mozart March in D (K 189)
VIENNA MOZART ENSEMBLE conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Scofield
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Rosalind Shanks
Unknown: Hannah Gordon
Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Unknown: Peter Egan
Played By: Nigel Graham
Played By: Michael Kilgarriff
Played By: Jonathan Scott
Producer: John Tydeman
Conducted By: Willi Boskovsky
Roderigo, a Venetian gentle man: Peter Egan
lago, Othello's Ancient: Nicol Williamson
Brabantio, Desdemona's father: Francis de Wolff
Othello, a noble Moor: Paul Scofield
Cassio, Othello's Lieutenant: Martin Jarvis
Duke of Venice: Godfrey Kenton
First Senator: John Ruddock
Second Senator: Brian Haines
Desdemona: Rosalind Shanks
Montano Governor of Cyprus: Malcolm Terris
Emilia, lago's wife: Hannah Gordon
Bianca, a courtesan: Rosalind Adams
Lodovico, kinsman of Brabantio: John Rye
Cratiano, brother of Brabantio: Martin Friend

: Two Quartets

One of them. Haydn's c major String Quartet, Op 33 No 3, is an early masterpiece of pure chamber music; the other, Brahms's G minor Piano Quartet, has elements of a concerto as well. The finale of each work shows the influence of Eastern European folk music.
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET with ANDRE TCHAIKOWSKY (piano)
Between the works (11.5*-
11.10*) A reading

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