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: Haydn String Quartets

GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
Quartet in b flat. Op 50 No 1 Quartet. Op 103 (unfinished)
Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (The Lark)
(A BBC Lunchtime Concert given in St John's in_1971)

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: Release

Bach Cantata No 34: 0 ewiges Feuer. o Ursprung der Liebe HELEN watts (contralto) ADALBERT KRAUS (tenor) WOLFGANG SCHONE (bass) GACHINGER KANTOREI
BACH COLLEGIUM OF STUTTGART
Conducted bv HELMUTH RILLING
9.25* Peter Philips Pavan and Galliard Dolorosa
Hugh Aston Hornpipe
COLIN TILNEY (virginals)
9.38* Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor: HUGH BEAN
ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIRCHARLES GROVES
10.28* Schubert Four Impromptus (08991
ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
10.57* Wagner Brunnhilde 's Immolation (Gbtterdammerung) RITA HUNTE R (soprano)
SADLER'S WELLS OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by REGINALD GOODALL gramophone records

Contributors

Tenor: Adalbert Kraus
Bass: Wolfgang Schone
Bass: Gachinger Kantorei
Unknown: Helmuth Rilling
Unknown: Peter Philips Pavan
Unknown: Galliard Dolorosa
Unknown: Hugh Aston Hornpipe
Unknown: Colin Tilney
Unknown: Hugh Bean
Conducted By: Sircharles Groves
Piano: Alfred Brendel
Piano: Wagner Brunnhilde
Unknown: Rita Hunte
Conducted By: Reginald Goodall

: Cricket: First Test

Test Match Special
England v West Indies at The Oval (Third day) Ball-by-ball commentaries by BRIAN JOHNSTON
TONY COZIER. JOHN ARLOTT and ALAN GIBSON
Comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY , NORMAN YARDLEY
Close-of-play summary by E. W. SW ANTON
Scorer BILL FRINDALL
11.25-1.35* inc lunch summary

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Tony Cozier.
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Alan Gibson
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Unknown: Norman Yardley

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: * The Positive World

Compiled and introduced by Peter Flinn

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Introduced By: Peter Flinn

: * Cricket: First Test

Test Match Special
England v West Indies at The Oval Ball-byball commentaries on the afternoon's play
1.55*-2.5* Lunchtime Scoreboard and reports on selected County Championship matches
2.10'-4.20* and 4.30*-6.40
Cricket, lovely cricket: cover story pages 48-50

: Stem The Classical Guitar

A series devoted to the guitar and guitarists
Today s guest Timothy Walker Introduced by PETER SENSIER Producer GARETH WALTERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Sensier
Producer: Gareth Walters

: Proms 73

direct from the Royal Albert Hall London STEPHEN BISHOP (piano)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BROWN conducted by Charles Mackerras Part 1
Tchaikovsky Overture-fantasia: Romeo and Juliet
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5, in E flat major (Emperor)

Contributors

Piano: Stephen Bishop
Leader: John Brown
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras

: * pm New series Access

A fortnightly series presenting arguments that challenge current orthodoxies No Discussion
Patrick Corbett , Professor of Philosophy, University of Bradford, believes that programme-makers mishandle many discussion programmes in the broadcasting media, and explains why heuristic discussion ' is too important to be left to entertainers.'
(11 August: John Wood )

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Corbett
Unknown: John Wood

: * Proms 73

Part 2 Stravinsky
Ballet: Petrushka (1911)

: Small is Beautiful

E. F. Schumacher in conversation with MICHAEL SHANKS
E. F. Schumacher has become known for a variety of unorthodox opinions in economics, and especially for his advocacy of small-scale or ' intermediate ' technology as the humane path to development. But his views go well outside economies to encompass a whole moral philosophy. Producer KRISHAN KUMAR

Contributors

Unknown: E. F. SchumacHer
Unknown: Michael Shanks
Unknown: E. F. SchumacHer
Producer: Krishan Kumar

: Pelham Humfrey and Matthew Locke

MEMBERS OF
ST PAUL 'S CATHEDRAL CHOIR CATHERINE MACKINTOSH
(treble viol and violin)
RODERICK SKEAPING (alto viol) KENNETH SKEAPING
(tenor viol and violin) JANE RYAN , IAN GAMMIE (bass viols)
ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute)
CHRISTOPHER DEARNLEY (organ) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA led by JÜRGEN HESS conducted by PETER DENNISON Humfrey Like as the hart
Locke Movements from Suite No 6. in A (Consort for Several Friends); Suite No 6, in D (Broken Consort, Part 1); Suite No 5. in G minor (Consort of Four Parts)
Humfrey 0 give thanks unto the Lord

Contributors

Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: Catherine MacKintosh
Violin: Roderick Skeaping
Tenor: Kenneth Skeaping
Violin: Jane Ryan
Unknown: Anthony Rooley
Conducted By: Peter Dennison
Conducted By: Humfrey Like

: Sounds Interesting

Derek Jewell examines the best from today's popular music.
This week Including pieces by MCKENDREB SPRING, CLEO LAINE , WEATHER REPORT and Gryphon gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Jewell
Unknown: Cleo Laine

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