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Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: The Golden Cockerel
LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH
7.32' Prokofiev Sinfonietta
MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. conducted by DZHEMAL DALGAT : records

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Conducted By: Igor Markevitch
Conducted By: Dzhemal Dalgat

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: Morning Concert

Mendelssohn Symphony No 10, in B minor, for string orchestra ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS. directed by NEVILLE MARRINER (violin)
8.14* Mozart Divertimento in E flat (K 289)
LONDON WIND SOLOISTS
8.28* Dvorak Serenade in I, for string orchestra
MEMBERS OF THE HAMBURG RADIO symphony ORCHESTRA, conducted by HANS SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT gramophone records

Contributors

Directed By: Neville Marriner
Soloists: Dvorak Serenade
Conducted By: Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

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: This Week's Composer

Telemann
Engraver and Publisher Suite in c major (Der getreue Music-Meister, 1728)
SEBASTIAN KELBER (recorder) GERHARD BRAUN (recorder) EDUARS MELKUS (violin) ELEANOR SLOAN (violin) INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE directed by JOSEF ULSAMER
Pastourelle: Carillon: Air Trompette (Der getreue Music-Meister)
SEBASTIAN KELBER (flute)
OTTO STEINKOPF (chalumeau) FRITHJOF FEST (chalumeau) EDWARD TARR (trumpet) EMIL RUDIN (trombone)
Concerto in A major for flute, violin and strings (Tafelmusik, 1733): FRANS VESTER (flute) JAAP SCHRODER (Violin)
CONCERTO AMSTERDAM conducted by FRANS brOggen gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Publisher Suite
Unknown: Sebastian Kelber
Unknown: Gerhard Braun
Violin: Eleanor Sloan
Directed By: Josef Ulsamer
Flute: Sebastian Kelber
Flute: Otto Steinkopf
Unknown: Frithjof Fest
Unknown: Edward Tarr
Unknown: Emil Rudin
Flute: Frans Vester
Violin: Jaap Schroder
Conducted By: Frans Broggen

: Leeds National Musicians' Platform

ANTON WEINBERG (clarinet) WENDY NIGHTINGALE (piano)
Music by Paul Harvey and Arthur Benjamin
ANDREW KNIGHT bass-baritone) JOHN BLAKEI. Y (piano)
Beethoven's Song-cycle: An die ferne Geliebte
ELISABETH ANDER (soprano) ROGER VIGNOLES (piano)
Songs by Wolf and Poulenc LAWRENCE FOSTER cello) PATSY TOH (piano)
Faure's Elegie, and Chopin's Introduction and Polonaise brillante
(The third of four programmes recorded during recitals given in the Great Hall, Leeds University and Leeds Town Hall last November)

Contributors

Clarinet: Anton Weinberg
Piano: Wendy Nightingale
Music By: Paul Harvey
Music By: Arthur Benjamin
Bass-Baritone: Andrew Knight
Bass-Baritone: John Blakei.
Soprano: Elisabeth Ander
Piano: Roger Vignoles
Songs By: Wolf And
Songs By: Poulenc Lawrence Foster
Piano: Patsy Toh

: Haydn and Mozart Quartets

Haydn Quartet in E, Op 54 No 3 Mozart Quartet in A (K 464) DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET

: Scottish National Orchestra

led by edwin paling conducted bv BERNHARD KLEE GYORGY PAUK (violin) PAUL DOKTOR (viola)
Tadeusz Baird Four Essays
Mozart Sinfonia Concertante In E flat (K 364)

Contributors

Unknown: Bernhard Klee
Violin: Gyorgy Pauk
Viola: Tadeusz Baird

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: Scottish National Orchestra

Part 2 Brahms Symphony No 4

: Iphigenia in Aulis

Tragedie lyrique in three acts Words by BAILLI DU ROULLET after RACINE
Music by Gluck
(sung in Hungarian: abbreviated version for radio)
CHORUS AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF HUNGARIAN RADIO chorus-master FERENC SAPSZON conducted by ANDRAS KORODI
(Hungarian Radio recording)

Contributors

Unknown: Bailli du Roullet
Chorus-Master: Ferenc Sapszon
Conducted By: Andras Korodi

: 19th-century Pianos

A recital by MALCOLM BINNS at the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, on three pianos from the Colt Collection: a Clementi Upright Grand of 1816, a Tomkison Grand of 1821 and an Erard Grand of 1868 Part 1 Clementi Sonata in G minor. Op 50 No 3 (Didone abbandonata) arr Clementi Men of Harlech
Cramer Variations on Ah! Perdona. from Mozart's La Clem enza di Tito
Field Nocturne No 4, in A major
4.35* Interval Reading 4,45. Recital: part 2
Saint Saens Study in the form of a waltz: Mazurka No 3 Faure Ballade
Liszt Two Legends: St Francis of Assisi: the sermon to the birds: St Francis of Paola walking on the waters
More 19th-century pianos: 24 July followed by an Interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Binns
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall
Unknown: La Clem
Unknown: Saens Study
Unknown: St Francis
Unknown: St Francis

: Homeward Bound

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: Homeward Bound

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: Study on 3

6.30 Getting It Together
5: Woke up this morning ... GARY TAYLOR discusses song-writing and publishing with ROGER COOK (Blue Mink) and ROGER GLOVER (Deep Purple).
7.0 Workface Europe
Written by JONROLLA SON and KEITH WILLIAMS
Commentary by GEORGE WEBB , Director of Research, Engineering Employers' Federation
3: Matters of Communication
Astley Management learn more about the ways of German industry. Meanwhile, the Birkenhead workforce, fed with only vague information, is suspicious about the consequences of the German deal. But Kennedy's moderation prevails ... and ' Mitbestimmung ' is exercising some minds

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Taylor
Unknown: Roger Cook
Unknown: Roger Glover
Written By: Jonrolla Son
Unknown: Keith Williams
Commentary By: George Webb

: BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra

leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND with RALPH HOLMES (violin) Stravinsky Le chant du rossignol
7.53* Bartok Violin Concerto No 1
8.16* Schoenberg Five Orchestral Pieces

Contributors

Leader: Barry Griffiths
Conducted By: Walter Susskind
Violin: Ralph Holmes

: Donald Francis Tovey

born 17 July 1875
A centenary portrait by WILLIAM ROBSON with Marjorie Westbury , Stephen Thorne. Norman Shelley Tovey is known to the musical world as the brilliant and witty professor who wrote Essays in Musical Analysis. The Tovey of this programme is the pianist and composer who was compared to Mozart when he first hit the London concert platform in 1900: who was adored by Joachim and Casals: and who founded an orchestra for Edinburgh.
Music performed bv the DART. INGTON STRING QUARTET, PABLO CASAI. S, ADII.A D'ARANYI and TOVSY Producer ELAINE PADMORE

Contributors

Unknown: William Robson
Unknown: Marjorie Westbury
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Pablo Casai.
Producer: Elaine Padmore

: Choral and Chamber Concert

given in St John 's. Smith Square, on 4 July 1973 VALERIE HILL (soprano)
AMERAI. GUNSON mezzo-soprano) KENNETH WOOLLAM (tenor) IAN CADDY (baritone) SALTARELLO CHOIR conductor RICHARD BRADSHAW GABRIEU STRING QUARTET
Part 1 Bruckner Ave Maria; Christus factus est pro nobis; Virga Jesse
Beethoven String Quartet in r major, Op 18 No 1
Verdi Ave Maria: Laudi alia Vergine Maria : Pater noster

Contributors

Unknown: St John
Tenor: Kenneth Woollam
Conductor: Richard Bradshaw
Unknown: Virga Jesse
Unknown: Vergine Maria

: * Words....

David Watt reflects on some of the things we say.

Contributors

Unknown: David Watt

: Concert

Part 2 Tallis Spem in allum nunquam habui: motet in 40 parts
Shostakovich String Quartet in c major. Op 49
Strauss Deutsche Motette
(Kenneth Woollam broadcasts by permission of English National Opera)

Contributors

Unknown: Tallis Spem
Unknown: Kenneth Woollam

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