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: Netherlands Wind Ensemble

Fourth of eight programmes
Mozart Serenade In c minor (K 388)
8.30* Dvorak Serenade in D minor, Op 44: records

Contributors

Unknown: Dvorak Serenade

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Listeners' record requests Nielsen Aladdin 's Dream; Negro Dance (Aladdin) TIVOLI CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by svend FELUMB
9.17* Anton Rubinstein Staccato Study, Op 23
No 2: EARL wild (piano)
9.22* Godard Concerto romantique
AARON ROSAND (violin) LUXEMBOURG RADIO
ORCHESTRA, conducted by LOUIS DE FROMENT
9.44* Bloch Visions and Prophecies
GABRIEL CHODOS (piano)
9.57* Gounod Symphony No 2, in E flat
TOULOUSE CAPITOLE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by MICHEL PLASSON

Contributors

Unknown: Nielsen Aladdin
Unknown: Anton Rubinstein
Violin: Aaron Rosand
Conducted By: Louis de Froment
Conducted By: Michel Plasson

: Music Weekly

Introduced by Michael Oliver
Dargomizhky and the Mussorgsky connection, by GEOFFREY NORRIS.
A conversation with the operatic producer, ELIJAH MOSHINSKY.
Using the new Grot'e (2): RICHARD MAYNE.
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)

Contributors

Introduced By: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Geoffrey Norris.
Producer: Elijah Moshinsky.

: Monteux and the Choral Symphony

During the early 1920s PIERRE MONTEUX was
Music Director of the BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA In 1960. aged 85. he conducted a performance of Beethoven's Choral
Symphony with them at Tanglewood; they never made a record of this masterpiece together.
Beethoven Symphony No 9, in D minor
ELEANOR STEBER (SOpranO) FREDA GRAY-MASSÉ (contralto)
JOHN MCCOLLUM (tenor) DAVID LAURENT (bass) TANGLEWOOD FESTIVAL
CHORUS (Recording from Boston Symphony
Transcription Trust)

Contributors

Unknown: Pierre Monteux
Soprano: Eleanor Steber

: Words

Colin McLaren (2)

Contributors

Unknown: Colin McLaren

: Medici Quartet

Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 64 No 6

: Book, Music and Lyrics

Robert Cushman presents a personal view of musicals. Today:
Hooray for What? The
30s and the 70s

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Cushman

: Russian Opera: The Stone Guest

Opera in three acts by Dargomizhky
Libretto by PUSHKIN, sung in the English translation by EDWARD DOWNES
One of a series of Russian operas forming a background to the Mussorgsky centenary:
Dargomizhky set Pushkin's ! play, based on the Don Giovanni story, without altering a word, using a recitative style that deeply influenced Mussorgsky.
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS (MEN'S VOICES), chorus-master STEPHEN WILKINSON BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS Simons conductor EDWctD DOWNES

Contributors

Translation By: Edward Downes
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Chorus Master: Stephen Wilkinson
Leader: Dennis Simons
Conductor: Edwctd Downes

: Sterto Brahms and Bruckner

IIENRYK SZERYNG (Violin) MUNICH PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by STANISLAW SKROWACZEWSKI Part 1 Brahms
Violin Concerto in D VHF only

Contributors

Conducted By: Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

: * One Pair of Ears

William Mann , senior music critic of The Times. BBC Manchester
VHF only

Contributors

Unknown: William Mann

: Concert

Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 3, in d minor (1888-9 version) (Bavarian Radio recording) VHF only

: The Old Roman

Douglas Eves reflects on the life and work of Walter Savage Landor. Extracts read by John Rye

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Eves
Unknown: Walter Savage Landor.
Read By: John Rye

: The Last Six Beethoven Piano Sonatas

Last of four programmes played by EDITH VOGEL c minor. Op 111

Contributors

Played By: Edith Vogel

: The Brandenburg Concertos

by Bach: second of two Programmes
No 2, in F major; No 5, in d major; No 3, in G major: JOHN HOLLOWAY
(violin), FRIEDMANN 1MMER (natural trumpet)
STEPHEN PRESTON (flute) philip PICKETT (recorder) DAVID REICHENBERG (oboe) John TOLL (harpsichord) Continuo: JENNIFER WARD clarke (cello)
FRANCIS BAINES (violone) JOHN TOLL (harpsichord) TAVERNER PLAYERS directed by ANDREW PARROTT (harpsichord)

Contributors

Violin: John Holloway
Flute: Stephen Preston
Unknown: Jennifer Ward
Cello: Francis Baines
Directed By: Andrew Parrott

: Plenty

by DAVID HARE
Adapted by the author from his stage play with Jane Lapotaire as Susan Traherne John Rowe as Raymond Brock and Zoe Wanamaker as Alice Park.
In counterpointing the experiences of an Englishwoman helping the French Resistance during the war with her life in the following 20 years, the author offers a view of post-war history, as well as examining changing values and the collapse of ideals embodied in a single life.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
(First performed in 1978 at the National Theatre)

Contributors

Writer: David Hare
Director: Richard Wortley
Susan Traherne: Jane Lapotaire
Raymond Brock: John Rowe
Alice Park: Zoe Wanamaker
Codename Lazar: Michael Spice
Frenchman: Jean Driant
Leonard Darwin: Geoffrey Palmer
Mick: Nigel Greaves
Louise: Rowena Roberts
M Aung: Frank Singuineau
Mme Aung: Zohra Segal
Dorcas Frey: Lolly Cockerell
John Begley: Graham Faulkner
Sir Andrew Charleson: John Bott
Another Frenchman: John Church

: Halle Orchestra

leader PAN HON LEE conducted by James Conlon Halle Choir (men's voices) chorus-master RONALD FROST Imogen Cooper (piano) John Aler (tenor)
A concert given earlier this evening at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester Mozart Piano Concerto
No 20. in D minor (K 466)
9.30* Interval Reading
9.40* lialils Orchestra Part 2 Liszt
A Faust Symphony BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conducted By: James Conlon
Conducted By: Halle Choir
Piano: Imogen Cooper
Tenor: John Aler

: News

: Tallis

Motet: Suscipe quaeso
TALLIS SCHOLARS, directed by PETER PHILLIPS : record

Contributors

Directed By: Peter Phillips








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