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: Overture

Bach Suite No 3, In D
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.24* Mozart Sinfonia Concert-ante in E flat (KE 297b) PETER GRAEME (oboe)
THEA KING (clarinet) IFOR JAMES (horn)
MARTIN GATT (bassoon)
ENGI.ISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Raymond Leppard
Oboe: Peter Graeme
Clarinet: Thea King
Horn: Ifor James
Bassoon: Martin Gatt
Conducted By: Daniel Barenboim

: News Weather

: Morning Concert

Bernstein Ballet Music: On the Town: NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
8.16' Ravel Daphnis and Chloe: Suite No 2
CLEVELAND CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ
8.34* Antill Ballet Suite: Corroboree
SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Pierre Boulez

: News Weather

: This Week's Composer

Shostakovich
String Quartet No 5. in B flat, Op 92: BORODIN QUARTET gramophone record

: Early Keyboards

1: The Victorian Scene
BBC Sound Archive recordings Introduced by MADEAU STEWART

Contributors

Introduced By: Madeau Stewart

: Voice and Guitar

A recital of international folk songs sung by BIRGITTE GRIMSTAD - and guitar music played by TIMOTHY WALKER

Contributors

Sung By: Birgitte Grimstad
Played By: Timothy Walker

: Jorg Demus

plays Bach on the piano with the SAAR RADIO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by LUTZ HERBIG Concerto No 1, in D minor (Saar Radio recording)

Contributors

Conducted By: Lutz Herbig

: Cricket: Second Test

Test Match Special
England v
West Indies at Edgbaston Ball-by-ball commentaries by BRIAN JOHNSTON
TONY COZIER , JOHN ARLOTT and NEIL DURDEN-SMITH
Comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY , NORMAN YARDLEY Close-of-play summary by E. W. SWANTON
Scorer Bill FRINDALL including lunch summary

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Tony Cozier
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Neil Durden-Smith
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Unknown: Norman Yardley
Unknown: E. W. Swanton
Unknown: Bill Frindall

: Playbill

A preview by jon CURLE ot some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.

: * Cricket: Second Test

Test Match Special
England v
West Indies at Edgbaston Ball-by-ball commentaries on the afternoon's play
2.0*-2.5* Lunchtime Scoreboard
2.10*-4.20* and 4.3«'-5.45 including teatime summary
5.45-6.40 () inc close-of-play summary

: Study on 3

medium wave onlu
6.40 Rosla and After
8; The Role of the Teacher DENIS LAWTON talks tO EDWAR.
BLISHEN
Introduced by ANGUS STEWART Book, 60p: see page 55

Contributors

Talks: Denis Lawton
Introduced By: Angus Stewart

: Proms 73

direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Schoenberg: Gurrelleder MARITA NAPIER (soprano)
YVONNE. MINTON (mezzo-soprano) JESS THOMAS (tenor)
WERNER HOLLWEG (tenor)
SIEGMUND NIMSGERN (baritone) UWE FRIEDRICHSEN (speaker) BBC SINGERS
BBC CHORAL SOCIETY conductor JOHN POOLE
GOLDSMITHS' CHORAL UNION chorus-master BRIAN WRIGHT BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ELI GOREN conductor Pierre Boulez Part 1
8.35' Klemperer on Schoenberg The late Otto Klemperer talks to PETER HEYWORTH about his recollections of SchoenberR.
(The conversation was recorded in 1969 and made available by courtesy of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
8.55' Proms 73
Gurrelieder. Part 2

Contributors

Soprano: Marita Napier
Mezzo-Soprano: Yvonne. Minton
Tenor: Jess Thomas
Tenor: Werner Hollweg
Baritone: Siegmund Nimsgern
Baritone: Uwe Friedrichsen
Conductor: John Poole
Chorus-Master: Brian Wright
Leader: Eli Goren
Conductor: Pierre Boulez
Unknown: Peter Heyworth

: The Artist and History

Kingsley Amis and Theodore Zeldin of St Antony College, Oxford talk about the imaginative approach of novelists, playwrights and historians to the past How does their use of sources differ? What is the value of a novelist's evocation of historical events such as Flaubert's portrayal of Paris in 1848 and Dickens's description of the Gordon Riots? How do novels and plays of social comment eventually become historical sources? Should we regard Lucky Jim and Girl 20 as historical novels?
Chairman Richard Mayne Producer ROBERT FOX

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Mayne
Producer: Robert Fox

: Round House Primer

Three composers represented in next Monday's Prom at the Round House, Chalk Farm, at
10.0 pm.
Priaulx Rainier Dance of the rain
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
TIMOTHY WALKER (guitar)
Priaulx Rainier Pastoral Triptych
JANET CRAXTON (oboe) Ligeti Continuum ANTOINETTE VISCHER (harpsichord)
(gramophone record)
Gerhard Audiomobile No 2: DNA (electronic music)

Contributors

Tenor: Ian Partridge
Guitar: Timothy Walker
Oboe: Janet Craxton
Harpsichord: Antoinette Vischer

: The Fruit of Laborious Study

The six quartets Mozart dedicated to Haydn with six of his quintets
GABRIELI STRING QUARTET Kenneth Sillito (violin)
Brendan O'Reilly (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (cello)
With KENNETH ESSEX (viola)
Mozart Quartet in E flat (K 428); Quintet in c (K 515)

Contributors

Violin: Kenneth Sillito
Violin: Brendan O'Reilly
Cello: Keith Harvey

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