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: Brahms, Mendelssohn and Bach

Bach Motet : Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf
Mendelssohn Ave Maria, Op 23 No 2: BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN pools with JULIAN PIKE (tenor) CHARLES SPINKS (organ)
Brahms Sonata in D minor. Op 108: GVÖRGY PAUK (violin) PETER FRANKL (piano)
Brahms Fest- und Gedenkspriiche Op 109: BBC SINGERS
(Choral items recorded in St Augustine's Church, Kilburn)

Contributors

Unknown: Bach Motet
Conductor: John Pools
Tenor: Julian Pike
Tenor: Charles Spinks
Violin: Gvörgy Pauk
Piano: Peter Frankl

: News

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: Your Concert Choice

Stephen Dodgson introduces this week's programme of listeners' record requests
S.5' Haydn Symphony No 79 PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
9.29* Weber Arias from Der Freischiitz: Und ob die Wolke sie verhulle (Act 3)
TINA LEMNITZ (soprano)
Leise, leise fromme Weise (Act2) LJUBA WELITSCH (soprano)
9.44* Bloch Violin Concerto
YEHUDI MENUHIN
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL KLETZKI
10.26* Schubert Rondo in A (D 951): PAUL BADURA-SKODA JÖRG demus (piano duet)
10.411* Alice M. Smith Oh that we two were maying
PURCELL CON SORT OF VOICES
JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano)
10.45' Sibrlius Night Ride and Sunrise: BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGEN JOCHUM

Contributors

Introduces: Stephen Dodgson
Conducted By: Antal Dorati
Soprano: Tina Lemnitz
Soprano: Ljuba Welitsch
Conducted By: Paul Kletzki
Piano: Jennifer Partridge
Conducted By: Eugen Jochum

: Music Weekly

Edited and introduced by Christopher Grier
CHARLES OSBORNE discusses Tito Gobbi's interpretation of Falstaff WINTON DEAN looks at Handel's oratorio ' Solomon
GYÖRGY LIGETI talks about his mUSiC to STEPHEN WALSH

Contributors

Introduced By: Christopher Grier
Introduced By: Charles Osborne

: South Bank Summer Music

TEL AVIV STRING QUARTET Part 1
Haydn Quartet in D major, Op 20 No 4
Britten Quartet No 2, In c major, Op 36

: * pm Words....

Don Cupitt reflects on some of the things we say and write. (Rptdr Wednesday, 12.10 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Don Cupitt

: Concert

Part 2 Mendelssohn
Quartet in E minor, Op 44 No 2 A concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall in August 1973)

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Hall

: Let the Peoples Sing

UK Rounds: Programme 10 School Class: Final
NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL, DUMBARTON
V ST BERNARD'S CONVENT CHOIR Mixed Voice Class: Final
THE BROADLAND SINGERS
V CHAPTER HOUSE CHOIR
Adjudicators GEORGE GUEST
ALLEN PERCIVAL , STEPHEN RHYS
Introduced by DAVID WILLCOCKS Producer ANTONY ASKEW

Contributors

Unknown: Allen Percival
Unknown: Stephen Rhys
Introduced By: David Willcocks
Producer: Antony Askew

: Howard Shelley

(piano)
Mozart Variations on Come un' agnello (K 4601 Ravel Sonatine
Prokofiev Sonata No 2, in minor

: Amleto

Opera in three acts
Libretto by APOSTOLO ZENO and PIETRO PARIATI
Music by Francesco Gasparini in the revision by HERBERT HANDT (sung in Italian)
CHARLES SPINKS
(harpsichord continuo) THE ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES conducted by HERBERT bandt
(Recording made available by courtesy of Italian Rathe)
3.20* Interval Reading
3.30* Amleto Acts 2 and 3

Contributors

Conducted By: Herbert Bandt

: Talking About Music

Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.

: Schoenberg, Berg, Webern

KENNETH SILUTO (violin) JOHN oguon (piano)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader jose-luis c.arcia conducted by daniel barenboim Part 1
Webern Concerto for nine instruments, Op 24
Berg Chamber Concerto for piano. violin and 13 wind instruments

Contributors

Violin: Kenneth Siluto
Piano: John Oguon

: * The Right to Privacy

by Maurice Cranston , Professor of Political Science at the London School of Economics
The idea of privacy is familiar; we are rightly concerned if it's threatened. But to defend it we must be sure we understand it. And here there are surprises.
3: The Human Right

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cranston

: Concert

Part 2
Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht
(A public concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, in March 1973)

: Drama Now

Hans Kohlhaas by JAMES SAUNDERS
Taken from the story by HEINRICH VON KLEIST in the translation of MARTIN GREENBERG , and adapted for radio by the author with Barry Foster as Hans Kohlhaas James Saunders s ' Brechtian ' study in self-interest portrays a 16th-century horse dealers search for justice.
' The story starts with a groschen, and from this comes violence, pillage, arson, mur< der, high and low diplomacy, the orphaning of children and the beginning and end of a revolution.'
Special music composed and conducted by HANS HEIMLER KENNETH HEATH (cello)
HAROLD NASH (alto trombone) ERIC CREES (tenor trombone)
PETER HARVEY (bass trombone) JOHN SMITH (tuba)
ANNE COLLIS (percussion)
HANS HEIMLER (harpsichord and chamber organ)
Producer RICHARD WORTLEY

Contributors

Unknown: James Saunders
Story By: Heinrich von Kleist
Unknown: Martin Greenberg
Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Hans Kohlhaas
Unknown: James Saunders
Conducted By: Hans Heimler
Cello: Kenneth Heath
Cello: Harold Nash
Tenor: Eric Crees
Bass: Peter Harvey
Unknown: John Smith
Unknown: Anne Collis
Harpsichord: Hans Heimler
Narrators: Nigel Graham
Narrators: Terry Scully
Narrators: Ellen Sheean
Narrators: Stephen Thorne
Tollkeeper: Ronald Herdman
Steward: John Ryi
Junker Wenzel von Tronka: John Row
Stable boy: Cllen Sheean
Elisabeth: Wkndy Williams
Sternbald: Stephen Thorne
Lawyer: Rolf Lefebvre
Count Kallheim: William Eedle
Heinrich von Geusau: William Fox
Henkel: Haydn Jones
Minister: Terry Scully
Sheriff of Wittenberg: Ronald Herdman
Martin: Luther Davidmarch
Elector of Saxony: Clifford Rose
Prince of Meissen: Nicholas Courtney
Count Wrede: Brian Haines
Hinz von Tronka: Leonard Fenton
Kunz von Tronka: Jonathan Scott
Knacker of Dobbeln: John Holus

: Epitaph for this World and Time (1970)

by IAIN HAMILTON
The first European performance of his setting of passages from the Book of the Revelation of St John The Divine. GLASGOW UNIVERSITY CHORAL
SOCIETY Choir 1
GEORGE MCPHEE (organ) conducted by FREDERICK RIMMER Choir 2
JOHN TURNER (organ) conducted by KENNETH ELLIOTT Choir 3
JOHN I.ANGDON (organ) conducted by EDWARD GARDEN directed by FREDERICK RIMMER

Contributors

Unknown: Iain Hamilton
Unknown: George McPhee
Conducted By: Frederick Rimmer
Unknown: John Turner
Conducted By: Kenneth Elliott
Unknown: John I.Angdon
Conducted By: Edward Garden
Directed By: Frederick Rimmer

: New Light on Mahler

DONALD MITCHELL talks about the first volume of Henry-Louis de la Grange's newly published study of Mahler.

Contributors

Talks: Donald Mitchell

: Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn

by Mahler sung by ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF and DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL Revelge
Wo die schSnen Trompeten blasen
Verlor'ne Muh gramophone records

Contributors

Sung By: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
Conducted By: George Szell

: Orchestral Concert

ALAN I.OVEDAY (violin)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader SYDNEY HUMPHREYS conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
Haydn Symphony No 87, in A major
10.41* Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor

Contributors

Violin: Alan I.Oveday
Leader: Sydney Humphreys
Conducted By: Andrew Davis

: News

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: Sounds Interesting

Derek Jewell 's weekly look at today's popular music, as art, as entertainment, as a social phenomenon. Including this week music by Fruupp, Henry Cow, Esperanto and Contraband.

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Jewell

: Closedown









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