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Music for Harmonium and Piano Accordion
Mozart Turkish Rondo
Tchaikovsky Scherzo Burlesque (Suite No 2)
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
Rossini Kyrie (Petite messe solennelle)
REINHARD RAFFALT (harmonium) HANS LUDWIGHIRCH(piano) directed by Wolfgang SAWALLISCH (piano)
Jean Wiener Brandenbour geoisement and Molto Vivace (Concerto for accordion and orchestra)
GILBERT ROUSSEI. , ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRE GIRARD
Dvorak Five Bagatelles, Op 47 PETER rt.ANYAvsKY (harmonium) MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA PHILHARMONIC QUINTET gramophone records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Franck's Symphonic Variations, by DAVID MURRAY.
NOEL GOODWIN introduces the first of three Summer retrospects.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Schumann Abegg Variations: Kinderscenen
PETER FRANKI (piano)
Haydn Missa St Nicolai JUDITH NELSON (soprano)
SHIRLEY MINTY (contralto)
ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass)
CHOIR OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, OXFORD
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC conducted by SIMON PRESTO
Five sonatas, played at the festival held in Bonn last year to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Beethoven's death EMIL GILELS (piano) Part 1
Sonata in G major, Op 31 No 1 Sonata in A flat major, Op 26
In tonight's Prom (on BBC2 as well as Radio 3). the second Item will he Benjamin Britten 's left-hand Diversions. In this short talk, his authorised biographer, Donald Mitchell. draws attention to Britten, the Unrecognised Innovator (Rpl)
Sonata in G major. Op 79
Sonata in r. flat major. Op 81a (Les Adicux)
Sonata in E minor, Op 90
(West German Radio recording)
' Mr Ballad really imagines he has a share in this same Opera. He has sent me a whole quire of Songs, adapted to old Tunes, and made Collections among all his Friends of all the Doggerel Stuff they had ever scribbled to their Mistresses, to help me with my Design.'
Lucie Skeaping presents some examples of ballad opera, which belongs more to popular tradition than high culture.
played by RALPH HOLMES (violin) DAVID WILDE (piano)
Beethoven Sonata in c. Op 30 No 3
Franck Sonata In A
' Remember, on no account speak to granpapa about the Gold Standard! ' The educationist and philosopher Mary Warneck describes her childhood as immensely happy, and in it music occupied a central place. Oxford, too. occupies a central place in her affections, as she has lived there for many years, was Headmistress of Oxford Girls' High School, and still enjoys its varied musical life. This afternoon she introduces a personal choice of records that ranges from a Byrd Mass. to Henry Hall's The
Music goes Round and Around. Preview: page 21
TERESA CAHILL (soprano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND
Haydn Symphony No 49, in F minor (La Passione)
Mozart Concert arias: Ah, lo previdi (K 272); Nehmt meincn Dank (K 383)
Brahms Symphony No 2. in major
Introduced by Peter Clayton
' Friedrich Nietzsche is the most literary of philosophers. lie usually referred to himself .is a writer, spoke of his own " philosophy " with a touch of irony and in inverted commas, and remarked in 1888 to the Danish critic, Georg Brandes , " We philosophers like to be mistaken for artists ".'
J. P. Stern. Professor of German at University College, London, gives a studio version of his 1978 Master-Kind Lecture at the British Academy.
CATHY BERBERIAN and the STRASBOURG PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Jean-Paul Batigne Gabriel Bouchet
Jean-Paul Finkbeiner Detlef-Henri Kieffer Claude Ricou
Georges Van Gucht Serocki Continuum Berio Visages
Varese Iunisation Berio Sequcnza III
Cathy Brrberian Strips,)dy
(Part of a concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, as part of the 1969 English Bach Festival)
direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London Gennadi
Rozhdestvensky's first appearance as ChiefConductorofthe
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY
Victoria Postnlkova (piano)
A simultaneous broadcast with BBC2 of the whole of tonight's concert
Mozart Symphony No 32, in c major (Overture in the Italian style) (K 318)
Britten Diversions on a theme for piano (left hand) and orchestra
8.5* Gennadi Rozhdestvensky talks to MICHAEL BERKELEY - an interview recorded after this morning's rehearsal. It is followed by a short discussion between Alexander Goehr.
I Wilfrid Mellers and Bernard Keeffe about the relationship between composers
I and their audience.
8.25* Proms 78 Pt 2 Shostakovich
Symphony No 4, in c minor
A series of programmes in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
The first of two programmes in which Paul Hamburger compares interpretations of Preludes and Fugues from Bach's
Well-tempered Clavier. In this talk he discusses the Preludes and Fugues in D major and D minor from Book I as played by MAURICE COLE , EDWIN FISCHER , WALTER GIESEKING , GLENN GOULD , RALPH KIRKPATRICK , WANDA LAN-DOWSKA, ROSALYN TURECK , HELMUT WALCHA and others.
Tonight Derek Jewell links past and present with compositions from an important reissue album, The Birth of the Cool, featuring MILES DAVIS and other leading musicians; and the latest jazz-rock sounds of IAN CARR , who was originally in- spired by Miles Davis , and is the author of a coming biography on the trumpeter.
THE WHO with their album, and THE MOVIES are among other featured artists: records Preview: page 21
Trockne Blumen (Die schöne Miillerin)
LOTTE LEHMANN (soprano) PAUL ULANOWSKY (piano)
(gramophone record: 1942)