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Pokorny Concerto in F. for two horns and orchestra HERMANN BAUMANN CHRISTOPH KOHLER
CONCERTO AMSTERDAM
7.19* Beethoven Sonata in r. Op 17
HERMANN BAUMANN (natural horn) STANLEY HOOGLAND (fortepianO)
7.30" Schubert Song: Auf dem Strom: ROBERT TEAR (tenor) NEILL SANDERS (horn)
LAMAR CROWSON (piano)
7.39* Weber Concertino In E minor: HERMANN BAUMANN (horn) VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by DIETFRIED BERNET gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Hermann Baumann
Unknown: Christoph Kohler
Unknown: Hermann Baumann
Horn: Stanley Hoogland
Piano: Lamar Crowson
Horn: Hermann Baumann
Conducted By: Dietfried Bernet

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: Morning Concert

Bernald Memories of the Norwegian Alps: SWEDISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by STEN BROMAN
8.15* Grainger Paraphrase on The Waltz of the Flowers from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker MICHAEL PONTI (piano)
8.21* Grieg Four Songs, for male voices: I laid me down to slumber; Little Thora; Kvalin's Halling; When I take a stroll: the KING'S SINGERS
8.29* Kalliwoda Symphony No 1: PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JINDRICH ROHAN gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Sten Broman
Conducted By: Jindrich Rohan

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: This Week's Composer

Elgar
Violin Concerto in B minor
ALFREDO CAMPOLI : LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT. Record

Contributors

Unknown: Alfredo Campoli
Conducted By: Sir Adrian Boult.

: Academy of the BBC

led by ELI GOREN conductor NORMAN DEL MAR RONALD SMITH (piano) arr Respighi Suite: The Birds Faure Pavane
Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2 BBC Bristol

Contributors

Conductor: Norman Del Mar
Piano: Ronald Smith

: Unaccompanied Bach

played on a baroque violin by EDUARD MELKUS
Sonata No 1, in G minor (dwv 1001): Partita No 2, in D minor (BWV 1004); Sonata No 3, in c (bwv 1005)
(From a concert in St Cecilia's Hall, University of Edinburgh, on 14 June 1975)
BBC Scotland

: BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra

Tour of Europe 1976
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD Part 1
Britten Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes)
12.20* Mozart Piano Concerto No 27. in 8 flat major (K 595)

Contributors

Leader: Barry Griffiths
Unknown: Peter Grimes

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: The Arts Worldwide

A weekly news bulletin. (Repeated: Wed 9.5* pm)

: Concert

Part 2 Dvorak Symphony No 8
BBC Manchester

: Music in Our Time

Second of three programmes of string quartets from the 1970s.
Attila Bozay Quartet No 2 Zsolt Durko Quartet No 2 KODALY STRING QUARTET
(first broadcast performances in this country)

: Music for Hamlet

Liszt Symphonic Poem: Hamlet
3.0* Thomas Ophelia 's mad scene (Hamlet)
3.10* Lekeu Symphonic Study: Hamlet
3.27* Strauss Three Lieder der Ophelia, Op 67
3.36* Shostakovich Suite from the incidental music to Hamlet
4.0* Berlioz Funeral March for the last scene of Hamlet (TrisMa) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Ophelia

: Brahms

Second in a series of three programmes featuring choral works for women's voices sung by the BBC SINGERS conducted by KERRY WOODWARD Three folksong arrangements Four Canons, from Op 113 Violin Sonata in A, Op 100 GYORGY PAUK (Violin) PETER FRANKL (piano)
Songs for Women's Chorus, Op 17, with ALAN CIVIL (horn) SHIRLEY HOPKINS (horn) JOHN MARSON (harp)
(choral items sung in German) (Final programme: 25 May)

Contributors

Conducted By: Kerry Woodward
Piano: Peter Frankl
Harp: John Marson

: Jazz Today

Charles Fox with records

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Fox

: Pied Piper

with David Munrow
Westminster Abbey 's musical life before the Civil War. (Rpt)

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Speaker: David Munrow

: Homeward Bound

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: Homeward Bound

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: Lifelines

Work and Training
6.30 Life Inside
Six programmes for those who work in closed communities presented by Dr Eric Miller, consultant at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations.
1: The Daily Routine
Prisons, hospitals, boarding schools, the armed services. religious houses - obviously different institutions, but how far do those who work in them share common experience and similar problems?
Series producer CHRIS LONGLEY
7.6 pm Export Marketing
Six programmes introduced by CHRISTOPHER RAINBOW
6: Face to Face
Good relations set the seal on a good bargain.

Contributors

Presented By: Dr Eric Miller
Producer: Chris Longley
Introduced By: Christopher Rainbow

: A Midsummer Night's Dream

An opera in three acts by Benjamin Britten. Libretto after WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE by PETER PEARS and BENJAMIN BRITTEN
Royal Opera House Production direct from Covent Garden Fairies: \
ORCHESTRA OF THE
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE leader meyer STOLOW conducted by CHARLES MACKEftRjIS

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Britten.
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Peter Pears
Conducted By: Charles MacKeftrjis

: * Music on the Air

In this occasional series, Brian Primmer offers some reflections on recent broadcasts.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Primmer

: * The Little Time-keeper

Jon Silkin introduces and reads a selecWon of poems from his new sequence The Little Time-keeper - poems rooted in Northumberland but set against a cosmic background.
Producer GEORGE MACBETB

Contributors

Introduces: Jon Silkin
Producer: George MacBetb

: Mozart

Oboe Quartet in F (K 370) COLLEGIUM AUREM
(From the 1976 Salzburg Mozart Week. Recording made available by Austrian Radio)

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