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: Haydn and W. F. Bach

Haydn Symphony No 35, in b flat: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI W. F. Bach Sonata in F KARL-HEINZ ZOLLER (flute) THOMAS BRANDIS (violin)
IRMGARD LECHNER (harpsichord) WOLFGANG BOETTCHER (cello)
Haydn Symphony No 33, in c PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records

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Conducted By: Antal Dorati
Flute: Karl-Heinz Zoller
Violin: Thomas Brandis
Harpsichord: Irmgard Lechner
Cello: Wolfgang Boettcher
Conducted By: Antal Dorati

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: Your Concert Choice

Neville Marriner presents listeners' record requests
This weeks guest caller is Raymond Leppard , who at 10.0* talks about Toscanini's recording of Verdi's opera Falstaff, and in particular Act 1 Scene 2 Telephone [number removed]with your request between 8.0 am and 10.30 today or send details on a postcard

Contributors

Unknown: Neville Marriner
Unknown: Raymond Leppard

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

leader ELI GOREN conducted by JEAN-CLAUDE CASADESUS Part 1
Rameau Concert en sextuor No 6, in G minor
Beethoven Symphony No 7, in A major

Contributors

Leader: Eli Goren

: * In Short

Janet Baker talks about The Uniqueness of the Individual

Contributors

Talks: Janet Baker

: * Concert

Part 2
Ravel Pavane pour une Infante défunte
Liszt Symphonic Poem: Les preludes

: Let the Peoples Sing

International Rounds 1: Youth Choirs
Finland: CANTORES MINORES United Kingdom:
ORPINGTON JUNIOR SINGERS
Sweden, MIKAELI KAMMARKOR
USA: CHAMBER SINGERS OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ARTS
AND SCIENCE, GENESEO. NEW YORK Introduced by DAVID WILLCOCKS
Producer ANTHONY PHILPOTT
(Organised by the BBC in collaboration with the EBU)
Five British choirs, having come through the previous rounds, now compete against 38 choirs from 13 countries in this world-wide amateur choral contest. An international panel of adjudicators met in London earlier this summer, and in this series Radio 3 will be broadcasting a selection of the choirs' items together with summaries of the adjudicators' comments and decisions.

Contributors

Unknown: Mikaeli Kammarkor
Introduced By: David Willcocks
Producer: Anthony Philpott

: Stafford Arts Festival

AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET Part I
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 74 No 5
Shostakovich Quartet No 8

: * Words ...

A talk by Sir Bruce Fraser
(Repeated: Thurs, 12.15 pm)

Contributors

Talk By: Sir Bruce Fraser

: * Stafford Arts Festival

Part 2 Britten Quartet No 2
(A BBC Invitation Concert given in Stafford Girls' High School on 3 April)

: The French Opera

Louise: opera in four acts
Music by Gustave Charpentter Libretto by the COMPOSER tsung in French: records)
Louise received its first performance in Paris in 1900, under the baton of Andre Messa ger. The story, set in the Paris of Charpentier's own day. Is partly autobiographical, and was also a means by which the composer could express his social conscience.
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE OPÉRA-COMIQUE, PARIS conducted by JEAN FOURNET Acts I and 2

Contributors

Music By: Gustave Charpentter
Unknown: Andre Messa
Conducted By: Jean Fournet

: Gillian Weir

(organ and harpsichord) Part 1
Vivaldi-Bach Concerto No 5, in D minor
Bach English Suite No 4, in F major
Bach Trio-Sonata No 5. in c major

: * Pastorals

by ALEXANDER POPE
Passages from his four ' seasonal ' poems, first published in 1709, arranged and introduced by TERENCE TILLER Readers GODFREY KENTON and ROBIN BROWNE

Contributors

Duced By: Terence Tiller
Duced By: Readers Godfrey Kenton
Duced By: Robin Browne

: Gillian Weir

Part 2
Handel Suite in D minor (GHS Set 1 No 3)
Bach Adagio in G major
Bach Toccata and Fugue In D minor (The Dorian)
(Part of a public recital given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, on 26 March) followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall

: Proms 73

direct from the Royal Albert Hall London JOHN LILL (piano)
ORCHESTRA OF THE
CONCERTGEBOUW, AMSTERDAM leader HERMAN KREBBERS conductor Bernard Haitink Part 1 Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 1, in c major

Contributors

Piano: John Lill
Leader: Herman Krebbers
Conductor: Bernard Haitink

: * No Fixed Abode

Judith Okely , an anthropologist at the Oxford Institute of Anthropology. lived with some English gypsies for two years in order to study them. What lies behind our society's paradoxical attitude towards them, sometimes hating and despising them. sometimes celebrating them as the guardians of freedom and unconventionality?

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Okely

: *Proms73

Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 5. in B flat major

: Six Henry James Short Stories

6: Brooksmith read by Mark Dignam
' Brooksmith was Mr Offord 's butler and his most intimate friend, to whom we all stood, or I should say sat, in the same relation in which the subject of the sovereign finds himself to the Prime Minister.' Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS

Contributors

Read By: Mark Dignam
Unknown: Mr Offord
Producer: John Theocharis

: Celebrity Recital: Italian String Trio

Franco GuHi (violin)
Bruno Giuranna (viola) Giacinto Caramia (cello) Part 1 Beethoven Trio in E flat, Op 3
11.10' Reading
11.15* Italian String Trio Part 2 Mozart
Divertimento in E flat (K 563)
(Given on 6 Feb before an invited audience at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham)

Contributors

Viola: Bruno Giuranna

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