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: J. C. F. Bach, Handel and Haydn

J. C. F. Bach Sextet In c ALFRED sous (oboe)
GUSTAV NEUDECKER (horn) WALDEMAR SEEL (horn) GÜNTER KEHR (violin) REINHOLD BUHL (Cello)
MARTIN GALLING (harpsichord)
Handel Cantata: Tu fedel? Tu costante?
HELEN WATTS (contralto)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by RAYMOND LEPPARD
Haydn Symphony No 36. in I flat: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records

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Contralto: Helen Watts
Directed By: Raymond Leppard
Conducted By: Antal Dorati

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: Your Concert Choice

Antony Hopkins presents listeners' record requests
This week's guest caller Is Ian Partridge , who at 10.0* introduces some of Fauré's songs, sung by GÉRARD SOUZAY
Telephone [number removed]with your request between 8.0 am and 10.30 today or send a postcard, with your name, telephone number and reason for choice

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Hopkins
Unknown: Ian Partridge

: Bruckner World Premiere

of the first version (1887) of Symphony No 8, in c minor introduced in detail by Deryck Cooke and played by the BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BRENDAN O'BRIEN , conducted by HANS-HUBERT SCBONZELER (Revised version edited by Robert Haas : 16 September)

Contributors

Unknown: Deryck Cooke
Leader: Brendan O'Brien
Edited By: Robert Haas

: Words ...

A talk by Sir Bruce Fraser
(Repeated: Tuesday, 10.55 am)

Contributors

Talk By: Sir Bruce Fraser

: Let the Peoples Sing

United Kingdom Rounds: Programme 10
School Class Final:
LATYMER MADRIGAL GROUP
SOLIHULL HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Mixed Voice Class Final: CHAPTER HOUSE CHOIR, YORK LONDON CHORALE

: Haydn and Janacek

AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET
Haydn Quartet. Op 71 No 3
Janacek Quartet No 2 (Intimate letters)
(Given in the Library Theatre, Bradford, on 11 Jan. Promoted by Bradford City Libraries in association with the BBC)

: When Morals Lay in Lumps

PHILIP COLLINS traces the glorious heydey and sad decline of the Victorian science of phrenology.

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Collins

: Nicolai Gedda

(tenor) with GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano)
A recital given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall last March Part 1 Schumann
Song-cycle: Dichterliebe

Contributors

Piano: Geoffrey Parsons
Unknown: Elizabeth Hall

: * In Short

No Mastery - no Masters
Joan Dickson , the distinguished cellist, discusses instrumental teaching in this country.

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Dickson

: Nicolai Gedda

Part 2 Rachmaninov
Oh, never sing to me again; How fair this spot: The harvest of sorrow: Loneliness; Christ is risen: The answer; To the children; The morn of life; Spring waters: The lilacs; Romance of the young gypsy (Aleko); In the silent night

: Vienna Festival 1973

RADU LUPU (piano)
VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHIYOSHI INOUE
Debussy Prelude a l'aprèsmidi d'un faune
Mozart Piano Concerto No 24, in c minor (K 491)
Ravel Poeme choreographique: La valse
(Austrian Radio recording)

Contributors

Piano: Radu Lupu
Conducted By: Michiyoshi Inoue

: Summer at The Maltings

Beethoven played by Craig Sheppard (piano) direct from The Maltings, Snape Sonatas , Op 14: Nos 1 and 2 Variations and Fugue in E Bat on a theme from Prometheus, Op 35

Contributors

Piano: Craig Sheppard
Unknown: Snape Sonatas

: An Elizabeth Evening

An Elizabethan Evening
6.25
Thy Lover England
- Elizabeth and her people in their own words by ALISON PLOWDEN with Rosalind Shanks
JOHN ROWE , STEPHEN THORNI JOHN BULL and PETER CRAZE
(Rosalind Shanks is a National Theatre player) followed bv an interlude
7.0 Stereo Proms 73 direct from the Royal Albert Hall Benjamin Britten
69th Anniversary Concert
Gloriana: opera in three acts Libretto by WILLIAM PLOMER based on LYTTON STRACHEY'S Elizabeth and Essex
Music by Benjamin Britten Sadler's Wells Opera production
A city crier.LEIGH MAURICE (bass) CHILDREN OF HENDON HIGH SCHOOL trained by CHARLES WESTERN Children's adviser PETER KAY SADLER'S WELLS CHORUS chorus-master HAZEL VIVIENNE ROBERT SPENCER (gittem) SADLER'S WELLS ORCHESTRA leader BARRY COLLINS conductor Charles Mackerras Act 1
7.45' William Plomer. the librettist of Gloriana, reminisces about the origin of the opera
8.5* Proms 73: Gloriana. Act 2
9.0* The Rain and the Wind
A selection of Elizabethan love lyrics read by DENYS HAW THORNE, ROSALIND SHANKS and TIMOTHY BATESON , selected and produced by JOHN SCOTNEY
S.20* Proms 73: Gloriana, Act 3 How Ava became Queen: p 12

Contributors

Unknown: Rosalind Shanks
Unknown: John Rowe
Unknown: Stephen Thorni
Unknown: John Bull
Unknown: Rosalind Shanks
Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: William Plomer
Music By: Benjamin Britten
Bass: Leigh Maurice
Unknown: Peter Kay
Leader: Barry Collins
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Unknown: William Plomer.
Read By: Denys Haw
Unknown: Rosalind Shanks
Unknown: Timothy Bateson
Produced By: John Scotney

: Is Industrial Action Futile?

A discussion between
Thomas Balogh. Fellow of Balliol College,
Oxford William McCarthy. Fellow of Nuffield College. Oxford, and John Vaizey , Professor of Economics at Brunei University about Lord Balogh's view that ' neither in this country nor anywhere else have Trade Unions been able permanently to increase the share of wages in the National Income.' Producer KRISHAN KUMAR followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Balogh.
Unknown: Oxford William McCarthy.
Unknown: John Vaizey
Producer: Krishan Kumar

: Bach

UTO UGHI (violin)
Partita in D minor (bwv 1004) Sonata in G minor (bwv 1001)

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