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: Overture

Vivaldi Concerto in c major for violin and two string orchestras
LOLA BOBESCO
I SOLISTI DI MILANO and LES SOLISTES DE BRUXELLES conducted by ANGELO EPHRIKIAN
7.18* Boccherini Symphony in B flat, Op 12 No 5
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted bv RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.38* Wolf-Ferrari Suite: The Jewels of the Madonna
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA conducted by NELLO SANTI gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Solisti Di Milano
Conducted By: Angelo Ephrikian
Conducted By: Nello Santi

: News

: Morning Concert

Liszt Symphonic Poem: Prometheus
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HAITINK
X.18* Dvorak Piano Quintet in A. Op 81
RUDOLF FIRKUSNY
JUILLIARD QUARTET gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Bernard Haitink
Unknown: Rudolf Firkusny

: News

: This Week's Composer

Ravel
Trois poèmes de Stlphane Mallarmé
SUZANNE DANCO (soprano) SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
9.16* Sonata for violin and cello
JEAN-JACQUES KANTOROW (Violin) PHILIPPE MULLER (cello) gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet
Cello: Philippe Muller

: Plainsong and the Rise of European Music

Ars Nova in France and Italy
Tenth in a series of 28 programmes showing the pervasive influence of Plainsong on the development of European music
Devised and introduced by Basil Lam
The 'New Art ' which began early in the 14th century was marked by a fresh refinement of melody and rhythm facilitated by advances in notation. It was the beginning of the centuries-long division between the French and Italian styles represented by the two major figures, Guillaume de Machaul and Francesco Landini.
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON director DAVID MUNROW

Contributors

Introduced By: Basil Lam
Unknown: Guillaume de MacHaul
Unknown: Francesco Landini.

: Salisbury Festival of the Arts 1977

GABRIELI SIRING QUARTET KEITH PUDDY (clarinet)
Haydn String Quartet in D. Op 50 No 6 (The Frog)
Beethoven String Quartet, in E. flat, Op 74

Contributors

Clarinet: Keith Puddy

: * In Short

A series of short talks with long thoughts behind them. Music Education: Two Cindercllas
A talk by John Lambert , the distinguished composer and teacher of composition.

Contributors

Talk By: John Lambert

: Salisbury Festival

Part 2 Brahms
Clarinet Quintet
(Recording from a concert given at the St Edmund's Arts Centre. Salisbury, in Septemher 1977) BB(' Bristol

: Midday Concert

A series of concerts direct from the City Hall. Glasgow. Riven by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, leader RAYMOND OVENS conductor
Karl Anton Rickenbarher
Part 1 Mozart Symphony No 29, in A major (K 2011
Koechlin Sonatina No 4

Contributors

Leader: Raymond Ovens
Conductor: Karl Anton Rickenbarher

: News

: The Arts Worldwide

A weekly news bulletin
(Repeated: Wednesday 8.35 pm)

: Midday Concert

Part 2 Brahms
Symphony No 3. in F major BBC Scotland

: Summer School of Music

at Dartington Hall
YVONNE KENNY (soprano) GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano)
Part 1: songs by Schubert. Liszt and Strauss
2.45* Interval Reading
2.50* Summer School of Music Part 2: songs by llahn. Poulene and Walton
(Part of a recital given last August at Dartington Hall)

Contributors

Unknown: Dartington Hall
Soprano: Yvonne Kenny
Piano: Geoffrey Parsons

: A Little Light Music

by Keler. Khachaturyan. Kodaly, Mascagni and Massenet

: Machaut

Trop plus est bele; Doll mal qui m'a longuement; Felix virgo - Inviolata genetrix: En mon cuer a un descort; Je sui aussi; Plange, regni respublica; De tout sui si confortee: Bone Pastor, Guillerme; Ma fin est mon commencement; Ploures, dames
LONDON MEDIEVAL CROUP
Kevin Smith (counter-tenor) Martyn Hill (tenor)
Duncan Robertson (tenon Mary Remnant
(fiddle, alto crumhorn) Marylin Wailes
(psaltery, recorder)
Robert Spencer (lute) Paul Nieman
(tenor cornett, sackhut)
Anthony Moore (sackbut) directed by GILBERT REANEY (Organ)

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Smith
Tenor: Duncan Robertson
Unknown: Marylin Wailes
Unknown: Robert Spencer
Tenor: Paul Nieman
Unknown: Anthony Moore
Directed By: Gilbert Reaney

: Jazz Today

Introduced by Charles Fox

Contributors

Introduced By: Charles Fox

: Homeward Bound

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Work and Training
6.30 Industrial Democracy
Presented by GEOFFREY STUTTARD 2: Foundations
Government, industry and trades unions are currently debating new approaches to industrial democracy. But no scheme is likely to work if it alienates that key figure in British industrial relations, the shop steward - who is. sustained by a strong sense of history and a well-tried system of bargaining.
7.0 Teaching Music
2: Many teachers consider group lessons a second best; YVONNE ENOCH and SHEILA NELSON believe they have positive advantages. JOHN HOSIER discusses these advantages with them and introduces extracts from lessons with their young piano and violin pupils.

Contributors

Presented By: Geoffrey Stuttard
Unknown: Yvonne Enoch
Unknown: Sheila Nelson
Unknown: John Hosier

: Music in Question

Antony Hopkins puts questions about music to FIONA HIBBERD , PROFESSOR BASIL SMALLMAN and LIONEL SAI.TER.
Questions devised by BRIAN GEAR Producer ROY HAYWARD
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Hopkins
Unknown: Fiona Hibberd
Unknown: Professor Basil Smallman

: Live from the Royal Festival Hall

Pascal Rogé (piano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra leader DAVID NOLAN conducted by Jesús López-Cobos Part 1 Rimsky-Korsakov Spanish Caprice
Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2. in G minor

Contributors

Leader: David Nolan

: * Finding a Voice

Six talks in which novelists, playwrights and poets analyse their approach to their craft. 'Ivy Compton-Burnett said: " I would write for a dozen people, but I would not write for no one. That is what I feel; it is those dozen people who spur me on. even when it seems I'm writing for myself alone.'
In the early 60s, Barbara Pym had her seventh novel rejected by her regular publisher. It wasn't till 1977. when Philip Larkin and Lord David Cecil wrote articles praising her work, that it came back into fashion, and last year her latest book. Quartet in Autumn, was short-listed for the Booker Prize.

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Pym
Unknown: Philip Larkin
Unknown: Lord David Cecil

: * Concert

Part 2 Beethoven
Symphony No G, in F (Pastoral)

: The Ring and the Book

by ROBERT BROWNING abridged in nine episodes by JOE BURROUGHS and TERENCK TILLER 8: Guido
Reader Robert Rietty
Producer TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Browning
Unknown: Joe Burroughs
Unknown: Terenck Tiller
Reader: Robert Rietty
Producer: Terence Tiller

: Haydn and Beethoven

Twenty-sixth of 27 programmes of their piano sonatas
Andre Tchaikowsky
Haydn Sonata in D (H xvi 51)
Beethoven Sonata in A flat major, Op 110

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Tchaikowsky

: Tonight's Schubert Songs

JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) Der Unglückliche
Blumenlied with at
11.25 News

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Janet Baker
Piano: Paul Hamburger








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