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Saint-Saens Dance of the Priestesses; Bacchanale (Samson et Dalila) ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA. conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
8.15. George Onslow Septet in B flat, Op 79 STALDER WIND QUINTET
WERNER BARTSCHI (piano) RUDOLF FREI (double-bass)
8.46* Chabrier Joyeuse Marche
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM gramophone records
Introduced by John Lade Building a Library:
Delibes's ballet Coppelia, by NOEL GOODWIN. Miscellaneous new records reviewed by EDWARD SECKERSON.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Haydn String Quartet in G minor, Op 74 No 3 (Rider): Guarneri Quartet
Faure La bonne chanson Sarah Walker (mezzo-soprano) Nash Ensemble
Last of this season's concerts for children direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
BBC Symphony Orchestra led by MAURICE BRETT introduced and conducted by Christopher Seaman Beethoven Overture: Egmont
Derek Bourgeois Chamber of Horrors: demonic dances for large orchestra (The Mummy's Revenge; Devoured by Vultures; The Ghost of Gruesome Grange: Vampire Vamp)
(BBC Commission: first performance)
Couples; Interrupted Intermezzo
(Concerto for Orchestra) Rossini Overture: William Tell
BEDFORD TOWN BANK
Conductor TERRY NEXT Gareth Wood Culloden Moor
Eric Ball Resurgam followed by an interlude
played by the ALBERNI STRING QUARTET Howard Davis and Peter Pople (violins) Roger Best (viola) David Smith (cello) with JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (harmonium)
Dvorak Five Bagatelles. Op 47, for strings and . harmonium
Puccini I crisantemi (Chrysanthemums) for string quartet
Verdi String Quartet in t minor
(A Manchester Midday Concert given last
November in the Royal Exchange Theatre, in association with Dunlop Heywood and Co,
BBC Manchester (Rcpcat)
Stephen Plaistow introduces his personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts
Anthony Curtis (in the Chair) talks with William Feaver , Stuart Hood and Marina Warner.
This week's subjects:
Michael Apted 's film The Coal Miner's Daughter. Continuous Creation at the Serpentine Gallery. The Golden Age by A. R. Gurney at the Greenwich Theatre.
Abroad, Paul Fussell 's study of ' British Literary Traveling Between the Wars '.
John Mortimer 's dramatisation of Unity Milford: A Quest by DAVID PRYCE-JONES on BBC2.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
A series devoted to the guitar and guitarists Sor Five Studies for Guitar
Guitarcosmos (excerpts) Hans llaug Alba
Ernest Shand Prelude and Impromptu played by joiiit MILLS Introduced by VORITA SENSIER
(Given before an invited audience last October at Surrey University)
Lyric tragedy in three acts by Sacehini (sung in French)
There are at least 40 operas based on Tasso's story of Armide, an eastern queen with supernatural powers.
Sacchini first wrote this opera in Italy as Armida, then adapted it to Rinaldo for English audiences, and then to Renaud (1783) when he moved to France where it became one of his most popular operas. A concert performance direct from the Logan Hall, London, presented by the Camden Festival in association with Radio 3.
BBC Singers chorus-master SIMON JOLY BBC Concert Orchestra leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by Richard Hickox. Act 1
8.15* Interval Reading
8.30* Renaud, Act 2
9.15* Interval Reading
9.30* Renaud, Act 3
Charles Causley introduces and reads his own selection from his recent poetry. BBC Manchester
(1925-1981): one of his last records, directing from the harpsichord
Bach Concerto in A, for oboe d'amore, strings and continuo (reconstruction after Bwv 1055)
MANFRED CLEMENT MUNICH BACH ORCHESTRA
First of three readings from ALEXANDER ZINOVIEV 'S novel, translated by CORDON CLOUGH
Read by John Woodvine Producer JUDITH BUMPUS