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: Saturday Overture

ACADEMY OF
ST MARTlN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER Bach, ed Dart Brandenburg Concerto No 2, in F IONA BROWN (violin)
DAVID MUNROW (recorder) NEIL BLACK (oboe)
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
8.18* Boyce The song of Momus to Mars; Hook The Lass of Richmond Hill ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
8.24' Mozart Symphony No 4, in D (K 19)
8.35* Bellini Concertino in E flat: ROGER LORD (oboe)
8.44* Hoist St Paul's Suite gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Neville Marriner
Unknown: Dart Brandenburg
Horn: Barry Tuckwell
Tenor: Robert Tear
Oboe: Roger Lord

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: Record Review

Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Beethoven's Missa Solemnis by JEREMY NOBLE; Recent records of chamber music and songs: reviewed by RICHARD OSBORNE.

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Reviewed By: Richard Osborne.

: Robert Mayer Concert

The first of a new season of these popular concerts for children, recorded last Saturday in the Royal Festival Hall, London
JENNIFER BATE (organ)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader ERICH GRUENBERG
Introduced and conducted by Bernard Keeflfe
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town)
Prokofiev Suite: The Love of Three Oranges
Messiaen Dieu parmi nous (La Nativity du Seigneur)
Britten The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
Further information from Daphne Smith , BBC, Yalding Mouse, 156 Great Portland Street, London WIN 6AJ

Contributors

Leader: Erich Gruenberg
Conducted By: Bernard Keeflfe
Unknown: Messiaen Dieu
Unknown: Daphne Smith

: Barry Tuckwell and Vladimir Ashkenazy

play a sonata from the time of Beethoven Franz Danzi Sonata in E flat, Op 28, for horn and piano gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: Beethoven Franz Danzi

: Robin Ray

presents for your pleasure a weekly selection of popular classics, in performances chosen from over three-quarters of a century of gramophone recordings.

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: Foreign Press Review

Donald Milner introduces a programme of press reaction to the week's events, drawn from newspapers round the world.

Contributors

Introduces: Donald Milner

: The Young Idea

It must be true ...
Morbid, strained and unnatural
(of Brahms's First Symphony)
Harmonies obtrusively crude
(of Schumann's Variations for two pianos, horn and two cellos) Some agitated water in a saucer
(of Debussy's La Mer)
These three works, plus music by Haydn and Chopin, in a review of some world press opinions of music now in the standard repertoire.
Record requests from the under-20s. introduced by CHRISTOPHER HOCWOOD.

Contributors

Introduced By: Christopher Hocwood.

: Man of Action

David Newsome , the historian and Headmaster of Christ's Hospital, says that although he studied originally to become a professional musician, this was not to be, but he was left with a lifelong love of music. His choice of records includes LOTTE LEHMANN and MARIA OLSZEWSKA in Der Rosenkavalier by Strauss, SIR THOMAS BEECHAM conducting Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade, IGOR OISTRAKH and ANTON GINZBURG playing a sonata by Brahms and GERTIE MILLAR in Our Miss Gibbs.

Contributors

Unknown: David Newsome
Unknown: Lotte Lehmann
Unknown: Maria Olszewska
Unknown: Sir Thomas Beecham
Unknown: Igor Oistrakh
Unknown: Anton Ginzburg
Unknown: Gertie Millar

: Music of the Masters

First of a new series of Saturday afternoon programmes of works by great composers
Weber Overture : Der Freischiitz Schubert Symphony No 8, in B minor (Unfinished)
Beethoven Symphony No 7, in TON HALLE ORCHESTRA OF ZURICH conducted by KARL BÖHM
(Swiss Radio recording of a concert given during the 1975 Zurich Festival)
Introduced by HUGH WOOD

Contributors

Introduced By: Hugh Wood

: Jazz Record Requests

Introduced by Peter Clayton

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Clayton

: The Art of Ebe Stignani

(1904-1974)
Records of the Italian operatic mezzo-soprano, introduced by PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE

Contributors

Introduced By: Philip Hope-Wallace

: Critics' Forum

Richard Mayne (in the Chair) talks with KARL MILLER , JASIA REICHARDT , CHRISTOPHER RICKS Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Mayne
Unknown: Karl Miller
Unknown: Jasia Reichardt
Unknown: Christopher Ricks
Producer: Philip French

: Violin and Viola

IGOR OZIM (violin) MAX ROSTAL (viola)
Martinu Three Madrigals
Spohr Duo in E minor, Op 13

: New Philharmonia Orchestra

Live from the Falrficld Hall, Croydon
MARTHA ARGERICH (pianO) leader CARL PINI conductor RICCARDO MUTI
Rossini Overture: William Tell Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3. in c

Contributors

Piano: Martha Argerich
Leader: Carl Pini
Conductor: Riccardo Muti

: * Personal View

Reflections on current affairs.
Dr George Steiner , Extraordinary Fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge, and Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Geneva, gives the third of four fortnightly talks.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr George Steiner

: * Concert

Part 2 Mendelssohn
Symphony No 3, in A minor (Scottish)

: The Chamber Music of Brahms

All Brahms 's chamber music is to be heard during the coming weeks on Radio 3. In this illustrated talk Lord Boyle of Handsworth. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds. offers some personal reflections on Brahms's chamber output,

Contributors

Unknown: All Brahms

: Karl-Birger Blcmdahl

Symphony No 3 (Facets) STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIXTEN EHRLING : record

Contributors

Conducted By: Sixten Ehrling

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