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: Schubert and Mozart

played by the AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET Emanuel Hurwitz (violin)
Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
Schubert Quartet in B flat major (D 112)
Mozart Quartet in ┬╗ major (K 575)

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Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin: Raymond Keenlyside
Cello: Derek Simpson

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Dvorak Symphony No 8, in G CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL
9.42* Elgar Cello Concerto In E minor
PAUL TORTELIER LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
19.11' Bartok Cantata profana MURRAY DICKIE (tenor)
EDMOND HURSHELL (baritone) VIENNA CHAMBER CHOIR
VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by HEINRICH HOLLREISER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: George Szell
Unknown: Paul Tortelier
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult
Conducted By: Heinrich Hollreiser

: Diabelli Variations

by Beethoven played by STEPHEN BISHOP (piano)
(A BBC Lunchtime Concert given in St John's, Smith Square, London, on 11 June)

Contributors

Played By: Stephen Bishop

: Music Now

A weekly survey of the world of music by the artists and personalities who create it.
This week visits to Downe House Summer School of Music and the International Festival of Youth Orchestras Introduced by John Amis Production assistant
NATALIE WHEEN
Producer DENYS GUEROULT

Contributors

Introduced By: John Amis
Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Producer: Denys Gueroult

: Midday Concert

JOHN OWINGS (piano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader SYDNEY HUMPHREYS conducted by YUVAL ZALIOUK Part 1
Weber Overture: Oberon
12.27* Mozart Piano Concerto No 25, in c major (K 503)

Contributors

Leader: Sydney Humphreys
Conducted By: Yuval Zaliouk

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: Midday Concert

Part 2 Prokofiev
Symphony No 5, in B flat

: Man of Action

Lord Redcliffe-Maud. Master of University College, Oxford, presents a personal choice of records which reflect the considerable influence music has had on his varied life in Africa, local government, Whitehall and Oxford.
His choice includes LEON GOOSSENS playing Bach, peter PEARS singing Dowland and ARTUR SCHNABEL playing Beethoven.

Contributors

Unknown: Leon Goossens
Unknown: Artur Schnabel

: Lieder Recital

JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Mozart Das Lied der Trennung; Unglucktiche Liebe; Gesellenreise (Freimaurerlied); Die kleine Spinnerin
Schubert Das Madchen (Wie so innig); Dass sie hier gewesen; ImFriihling; Wehmut; Schwanengesang (Wie klag' ich's aus)

Contributors

Soprano: Jill Gomez
Piano: Paul Hamburger

: Summer at The Maltings

Matinee Musicale
The 'opening concert of the Summer Season of concerts at The Maltings, Snape
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conductor Ashley Lawrence
Introduced by JON CURLE
Rossini. arr Britten Matinees musicales
Robert Farnon A la claire fontaine
Hoist A Fugal Overture
Walton Two Pieces (Henry V): Touch her soft lips and part; Passacaglia: The death of Falstaff
Eric Coates London Suite
4.50* Alan Jefferson talks about the undesirability of attaching labels to music.
5.10' Summer at The Mailings Part 2
Music from Vienna, including compositions by the Strauss family

Contributors

Leader: Arthur Leavins
Conductor: Ashley Lawrence
Introduced By: Jon Curle
Unknown: Robert Farnon
Talks: Alan Jefferson

: Organ Gallery

Beverley Minster
ALAN SPEDDING speaks about the organ and discusses with JOHN lade his record of music by Sweelinck, Hawdon, Bach, Edmundson, Torres, Schroeder and Sark I

Contributors

Unknown: Beverley Minster
Unknown: Alan Spedding

: The Positive World

A weekly survey of the more hopeful trends in the world's news, compiled and introduced by Peter Flinn
followed by an interlude

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Flinn

: Proms 73

direct from the Royal Albert Hall London
ERICH GRUENBERG (violin)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by RAYMOND OVENS conducted by Andrew Davis Part 1
Mozart Symphony No 21, in A major (K 134)
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor

Contributors

Violin: Erich Gruenberg
Unknown: Raymond Ovens
Conducted By: Andrew Davis

: * Personal View

Reflections on current affairs
Adam Watson gives the second of four fortnightly talks. A former British Ambassador in Africa and to Cuba. since 1968 Adam Watson has been diplomatic adviser, British Leyland Motor Corporation.
(Third talk: 1 September)

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Watson
Unknown: Adam Watson

: * Proms 73

Part 2
Wagner Siegfried's Journey to the Rhine iGotterdammerung) Dvorak Symphony No 7, in D minor

: Causeway

A selection of prose, poems and songs from Northern Ireland Producer BRIAN BARFIELD followed by an interlude

Contributors

Producer: Brian Barfield

: Reger's Piano Music

The second of three programmes
Pieces from Aus meinem Tagebuch: Nos 5 and 10 (Book 1); Nos 2 and 10 (Book 2); Nos 4 and 7 (Book 4)
Variations and Fugue on a theme of Telemann JOHN CLEGG (piano)

Contributors

Piano: John Clegg

: Sounds Interesting

Derek Jewell examines the best from today's popular music.
Featuring this week: MELANIE, QUINCY JONES, ALAN HULL and a section from JETHRO TULL 'S A Passion Play ' gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Jewell
Unknown: Alan Hull
Unknown: Jethro Tull

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