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: Artur Schnabel

(piano)
A weekly series of records of the complete cycle of Beethoven Piano Sonatas.
Sonata in G, Op 14 No 2 Sonata in E, Op 109

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: Your Concert Choice

Listeners' record requests Wiren Serenade for strings ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHANNES SOMARY
9.21* Franck Sonata in A JACQUELINE DU PRE (cello) DANIEL BARENBOIM Ipiano )
9.52* Brahms Neue Liebes lieder, Op 65
PRAGUE MADRIGAL SINGERS PAVEL STEPAN and ILJA HURNIK (pianos) conducted by MIROSLAV VENHODA
10.13* Nielsen Little Suite, for string orchestra: TIVOLI
CONCERT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CARL GARAGULY

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Unknown: Wiren Serenade
Conducted By: Johannes Somary
Conducted By: Franck Sonata
Cello: Daniel Barenboim Ipiano
Cello: Brahms Neue Liebes
Singers: Pavel Stepan
Conducted By: Miroslav Venhoda
Conducted By: Carl Garaguly

: Music Weekly

Introduced by Michael Oliver
Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari : a centenary appraisal, by GOODWIN. NOËL Maurice Emmanuel: the case for a much neglected composer, put forward by RONALD STEVENSON.
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Oliver
Introduced By: Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
Unknown: Goodwin. Noël
Unknown: Ronald Stevenson.
Producer: Christine Hardwick

: Don Giovanni

Opera in two acts Music by Mozart Libretto by LORENZO DA PONTE
(sung in Italian: 1936 Glyndebourne recording)
GLYNDEBOURNE FESTIVAL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by FRITZ BUSCH
The action takes place in Seville. Act 1

Contributors

Music By: Mozart Libretto
Conducted By: Fritz Busch

: Words....

Cardew Robinson reflects on some of the things we say and write, and on the raw material we use to make them - words.

Contributors

Unknown: Cardew Robinson

: AlistairCooke's Richard Rodgers

A personal choice of songs you may not know.
The last in a series of nine Sunday lunchtime programmes.

: Clarinet and Piano Recital

JAMEK CAMPBELL and JOHN YORK
Brahms Sonata No 1. in r minor
Berg Four Pieces, Op 5 Debussy Rhapsody No 1 Poulenc Sonata (1962)
Lutoslawski Five Dance Preludes

Contributors

Unknown: Jamek Campbell
Unknown: John York

: Don Giovanni

Act 2

: Rostropovich plays Bach

MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (cello) Part 1
Bach Suites: No 2. in D minor: No 3. in c

Contributors

Cello: Mstislav Rostropovich

: Ecstasy and the Secular Society

Three talks by Marghanita Laski , based on her 1974 Frederick Denison Maurice Memorial Lectures at King's College, London.
1: The Experiences in Question For an unbeliever, it is disconcerting to encounter a fulminant experience, an experience as dazzling, shocking, sudden as lightning, which feels as if it must be one of the classic religious experiences of Western Christendom. (Plain Living and High Thinking: Thursday 8.25 pm)

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Unknown: Marghanita Laski

: * pm Stereo Rostropovich plays Bach

Part 2
Suite No 6, In D
(A recital recorded In St Cuth bert's Church, Edinburgh, during the 1975 Edinburgh International Festival)

Contributors

Unknown: St Cuth

: Talking about Music

Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Hopkins

: BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra

leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by GUIDO AJMONE-MARSAN
RALPH KIRSHBAUM (cello)
Wagner A Faust Overture
6.23* Hindemith Cello Concerto
6.49* Beethoven Symphony No 6. in F major (Pastoral)

Contributors

Leader: Barry Griffiths
Conducted By: Guido Ajmone-Marsan
Cello: Ralph Kirshbaum

: The New Australian Drama

Patrick Magee as Monk O'Neill in A Stretch of the Imagination by JACK BIBBERD
A lonely old man far outback in the desert, reliving his past by a stretch of the imagination. Incidental music composed and played by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN
Adapted for radio and produced by MARTIN ESSLIN followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: Monk O'Neill
Unknown: Jack Bibberd
Played By: Christopher Whelen
Duced By: Martin Esslin

: Priaulx Rainier

Second in a series of six programmes featuring Priaulx Rainier 's music. The works are introduced by the composer. CHRISTOPHER BOWERS-BROADBENT (organ)
PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) BBC SINGERS conducted by KERRY WOODWARD Organ Gloriana
Primordial Canticles for organ (1974)
Requiem
(Organ works recorded in the Church of St Giles, Cripple-gate, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Priaulx Rainier
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Conducted By: Kerry Woodward

: My Europe

Jean Monnet , Chairman of the Action Committee for the United States of Europe, now in his 88th year, reflects on the progress of his campaign for European unity in conversation with Michael Charlton. Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Monnet
Unknown: Michael Charlton.
Producer: Anthony Moncrieff

: Sounds Interesting

Derek Jewell's weekly survey of popular music features two solo albums by members of successful groups - Vangelis from Aphrodite's Child and Chris Squire of Yes. Also music by the Irish band Spud and the American west-coast band Little Feat.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Jewell

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