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: Beethoven Trios

String Trio in c minor, Op 9 No 3: GRl'MIAL' TRIO
8.30* Folk Songs: Ye shepherds of this pleasant vale; Sunset; He promised me at parting; Enchantress, farewell edith mathis isoprano) ALEXANDER YOUNG (tenor)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar) ANDREAS ROHN (Violin) GEORG DONDERER (cello) KARL ENGEL (piano)
8.42* Variations in E flat, Op 44. for piano trio: pinchas ZUKERMAN (violin), JACQUELINE DU PRt (cello). DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano): records

Contributors

Cello: Georg Donderer
Piano: Karl Engel
Cello: Daniel Baren

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: Your Concert Choice

Schumann Overture. Scherzo and Finale
VIENNA PnlLHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI
9.20* Liszt Die Lorelei; 0 lieb', so lang du lieben kannst! MARGARET PRICE (soprano) JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
9.35* Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor
HERBERT stahr (clarinet) ALFRED MALECEK (Violin)
FERDINAND MEZGER (violin) KUNIO TSt!CHlVA I viola) PETER STEINF. R (Cello)
10.12* Faur* Suite: Masques et bergamasques: SUISSE ROMANDE orchestra, conducted by ERNEST ansermet: records

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Georg Solti
Violin: Ferdinand Mezger
Viola: Peter Steinf.

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

leader BEI.A dekany conducted bv colin DAVIS Part 1 Sibelius
Symphony No 4, in A minor

: * Words....

Margaret Drabble reflects on some of the things we say and write.
(Repeated: Friday 5.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Drabble

: Concert

Part 2 Sibelius
Symphony No 1. in E minor

: Let the Peoples Sing

International Choral Competition: Programme 10
Youth Class: Match 1
Norway: NORWEGIAN broadcastING CORPORATIONS GIRLS' CHOIR
Bulgaria: CHAMBER A CAPPELLA CHOIR ' PENYO PENEV ,' SOFIA
Mixed Voice Class: Match 1 UK: SCHOLA CANTORUM OF OXFORD Austria: A CAPPELLA CHOR VIL-
I.ACH
Adjudicators CHARLES beardsall (BBC); CLIFFORD BRIDGES (ABC); georgi MINCHEV (Bulgarian Radio and Television): DRAGISA SAVIC (JRT): NIKI VASKOLA (YI,E); FRANÇOIS VERCKEN (Radio France) Introduced by Bernard keeffi

Contributors

Unknown: Penyo Penev
Unknown: Georgi Minchev
Introduced By: Bernard Keeffi

: The Changing Art

In three programmes, pianist David Wilde reviews the widely different styles of piano playing represented by recordings of some of the leading exponents.
2: The emergence of the new rationality
Busoni, Bartok. Rachmaninov, Cortot in the continuing presence of pianists of an older generation, including Godowsky and Rosenthal: records

Contributors

Pianist: David Wilde

: Amadeus Quartet, 1966

Mozart String Quintet in D major (K 593)
Beethoven String Quartet in F major. Op 135
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) with Cecil ARONOWITZ (viola)
Amadeus Quartet at the Edinburgh Festival: Monday 11.0 um

Contributors

Violin: Norbert Brainin
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Cello: Martin Lovett
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz

: The Boston Symphony Orchestra

Harry Ellis Dickson , in an interview With RICHARD KAYE , talks about the origins of this famous orchestra and about its principal conductors.
(Recording made available by the Boston, Symphony Orchestra Transcription Trust)

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Ellis Dickson
Talks: Richard Kaye

: Pierre Monteux

conducts the BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Brahms Tragic Overture
Hindemith Nobilissima Visione Strauss Don Quixote SAMUEL MAYES (cello)
(Recording made available by the Boston Symphony Orchestra Transcriptiun Trust)

Contributors

Unknown: Hindemith Nobilissima Visione
Unknown: Strauss Don Quixote
Cello: Samuel Mayes

: Radio 3 at Lancaster

SANDRA DUGDALE (soprano) LONDON SINFONIETTA conducted by GILBERT AMY
Berio Serenata for flute and 14 instruments
SOlOiSt SEBASTIAN BELL
John Buller Le Terrazze (first performance)
4.40* Interval Reading
4.45* Concert: Part 2
Dallapircola Commiato (1972), for soprano and chamber ensemble (first performance in this country)
Llgeti Ten Pieces for wind quintet
SEBASTIAN BELL (piCCOlO, flute and alto-flute)
JANET CRAXTON (oboe. cor anglais, and oboe d'amore) tiiia KING (clarinet)
ANTHONY HALSTEAD (horn) MARTIN GATT (baSSOOn)
Haydn Notturno No 1, in c major (H 11 25) -
(Given before an invited audience in the Great Hall of the University on 31 October 1974) (Sandra Dugdale appears by permission of the English National Opera)

Contributors

Soprano: Sandra Dugdale
Conducted By: Gilbert Amy
Soloist: Sebastian Bell
Soloist: John Buller Le Terrazze
Unknown: Sebastian Bell
Oboe: Janet Craxton
Unknown: Sandra Dugdale

: Pierre Fournier

(cello)
Bach Suite No 2, in d minor (Bwv 1008); Suite No 4 in I flat major (BWV 1010)

: Drama Now

Chapters in Crystal by FRED HOOPER
Other parts:
EVA HADDON , CHRISTOPHER BIDMEAD ' If we are to survive as honest, truthful men, we must eschew pretence: knowledge is revelation and revelation is truth. Out of the age's new nakedness we will all be born anew.'
Sounds by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
This play, the author's first, was submitted to the 1974 RADIO TIMES Play Competition Producer HALLAM TENNYSON

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Hooper
Unknown: Eva Haddon
Unknown: Christopher Bidmead
Unknown: Dick Mills
Producer: Hallam Tennyson
Dr Samuel Rainbird: Alec McCowen
his girlfriend: Angela Pleasence
Stoney: Edward Kelsey
the Gypsy: Mary Wimbush

: Proms 75 ,

direct from the I Royal Albert Hall Johann Strauss :
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
A three-act operetta set in Austria in the 1870s
Libretto by CARL HAFFNER and RICHARD GENEE , after ME I LIU and halevy
English version: lyrics by CHRISTOPHER HASSALL dialogue by EDMUND TRACEY
Die Fledermaus was Strauss's third stage work, and one whose ideal fusion of libretto and music created the most famous and best-loved of all operettas.
SIR IÆNNOX BERKELEY SaYS:
Guests, waiters, footmen
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA CHORUS chorus-master HAZEL VIVIENNE
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA ORCHESTRA leader BARRY collins conductor Charles Mackerras Act 1

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Johann Strauss
Unknown: Carl Haffner
Unknown: Richard Genee
Unknown: Christopher Hassall
Dialogue By: Edmund Tracey
Dialogue By: Die Fledermaus
Unknown: Iænnox Berkeley
Leader: Barry Collins
Conductor: Charles MacKerras

: * A.R.T.H.U.R.

The Life and Opinions of a Digital Computer
The ' Automatic Record Tabulator but Heuristically Unreliable Reasoner ' is the creation of the poet LAURENCE LERNER , and Arthur's reactions to life and literature have been on show in print since last year. In tonight's bout of Arthuritis, the BBC Radiophonic Workshop assists Arthur in the audible realisation of his views.
Poems written and spoken by LAURENCE LERNER. Realisation by RICHARD YEOMAN-CLARK
Producer GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Lerner
Spoken By: Laurence Lerner.
Unknown: Richard Yeoman-Clark
Producer: George MacBeth

: Proms 75

Die Fledermaus, Acts 2 and 3

: Turner and Music

CHRISTOPHER PALMER examines some of the parallels between Turner and the composers of the 19th century.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Palmer

: Sounds Interesting

Derek Jewell introduces this week's Summer Special: a feature on one of pop music's most interesting and musically original groups 10 cc, with tracks from their albums Sheet Music and The Lost Picture Show.

Contributors

Introduces: Derek Jewell

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