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: Sterto Morning Concert

Mthul Overture: La chasse du jeune Henri NEW PHIHARMONIA ORCHESTRA directed by RAYMOND
LEPPARD (harpsichord)
7.16* Corelll Concerto Grosso in p. Op 6 No 9 LA PETITE BANDE directed by SIGISWALD KUIJKEN (violin)
7.25* Brucknerlntermezzo In D minor
VIENNA PHILHARMONIA QUINTET
7.33* Balaklrev Symphonic Poem: Tamar USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV
8.0 News
8.5 Strauss Munich Waltz LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTIRA. conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
8.13* Crusell Clarinet
Concerto No 3. In a Bat TREA KING
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ALUN FRANCIS
8.38* Mllhaud Ballet: La creation du monde
FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO oncHESERA, conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN gramophone records

Contributors

Directed By: Sigiswald Kuijken
Conducted By: Evgeny Svetlanov
Conducted By: Norman Del Mar
Conducted By: Alun Francis
Conducted By: Leonard Bernstein

: News

: This Week's Composer

Schumann
Symphony No 3. In t Sat. Op 97 (Rhenish)
PHILIfARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RICCAROO MUTI Fantasy in c, for violin and orchestra, Op 131 RUGCIERO RICCI LEIPZIG GEWANSHAUS
ORCHESTRA conducted by KURT MASUR gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Riccaroo Muti
Conducted By: Kurt Masur

: Orchestra of St John's, Smith Square

leader ROSEMARY FURNISS conductor JOHN LUBBOCK
Mozart Divertimento in D major (K 131)
Elizabeth Maconchy
Romanza, for viola and orchestra
NICHOLAS LOGIE (Viola)
Haydn Symphony No 87. In A major

Contributors

Leader: Rosemary Furniss
Conductor: John Lubbock
Unknown: Elizabeth MacOnchy
Viola: Nicholas Logie

: Children Singing Kodaly

FINCHLEY CHILDREN'S MUSIC GROUP conductor RONALD CORP
Gypsy Lament; Ladybird; Evening Song: Swallow's Wooing; Fancy; Avc
Maria; Psalm 150

: Srereo Paco Peiia and Juanito Adrian

play arrangements for two guitars by Paco Pefla of some traditional flamenco forms
Alegrias: Soleares: Guajlras: Sevillanas
(Given last June in the Puree!! Room, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Paco Pefla

: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

leader
GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by IRWIN HOFFMAN
FIONA DOBIE (soprano) Hlndemith Suite:
Nobilissima Vislone Barber Knoxville. Summer of 1815 IvesSymphonyNo2
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Leader: Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By: Irwin Hoffman
Soprano: Fiona Dobie

: News

: Bristol Lunchtime Concert

direct from St George 's, Brandon Hill. Bristol Bochmann Quartet 'Michael Bochmann ,
David Angel (violins)
Gustav Clarkson (viola)
Sebastian Combertl (cello) Dvorak Quartet in Op 96 (The American)
Verdi Quartet in E minor (Concert arranged by St George's Music Trust in association with John Player and Sons) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: St George
Unknown: Brandon Hill.
Unknown: Michael Bochmann
Violins: David Angel
Viola: Gustav Clarkson
Cello: Sebastian Combertl

: Schiitz Choral Music

Deutsches Magnificat; Seven Last Words;
Musloalische Exequlen SCHtiTZ CHOIR OF LONDON LONDON BAROQUE PLAYERS conducted by ROGER NORRINGTON
The SchUtz Choir's 20th birthday concert
(Given in February 1982 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. London)

Contributors

Unknown: Musloalische Exequlen
Conducted By: Roger Norrington

: Youth Orchestras of the World

TOUNG MUSICIANS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductor JAMES BLAIR PHILIP FOWKE (piano)
Rachmanlnov Symphonic Poem: Prince Rostlslav (first UK performance) Rachmanlnov Piano
Concerto No 2, in c minor Stravinsky The Rite of (Given last October at the Barbican Hall)

Contributors

Conductor: James Blair
Piano: Philip Fowke

: News

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Slepmann
Ending with the Burlesque for piano and orchestra byStrauss.
Producer GARETH WALTERS

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Slepmann
Producer: Gareth Walters

: Bandstand

HENDON BAND conductor DONALD MORRISON Malcolm Arnold The Padstow Lifeboat
Eric Ball September
Fantasy for tenor horn and brass band MARILYN WOOLF
Malcolm Arnold Little Suite for brass, Op 80 Erie Ball Romance (Symphonic Suite: Festival Music)

Contributors

Conductor: Donald Morrison
Conductor: Malcolm Arnold
Unknown: Marilyn Woolf
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold Little

: I, William Shakespeare

Imagined scenes from a documen.tary life by JOHN WILDERS and JOHN POWELL with music directed by PHILIP ASTLE and PAUL WILLIAMSON Martin Jarvis plays William Shakespeare
His mind and heart went together: and what he thought he uttered ...
(JOHN HEMINGE AND
HENRY CONDELL , First Folio, 1623) with a Cry of Players his son and Hugh Dickson, Steve Hodson and Crawford Logan With William's father and Bretchglrdle, the minister and Music played and sung by PHILIP ASTLE and PAUL WILLIAMSON with their NOYSE OF MUSITIANS and EVELYN TUBB (soprano) JOHN POTTER (tenor)
GRAHAM JEFFERY (treble) Special sound by MALCOLM CLARKE Of the BBC Radlophonic Workshop
Technical production by ROBIN CHERRY With PAUL NEWIS. MICK WILKOJC KEVIN HOWLETT
Dlredted by JOHN POWELL (First broadcast on R4)
7.50-7.55* Interval

Contributors

Unknown: John Wilders
Unknown: John Powell
Directed By: Philip Astle
Directed By: Paul Williamson
Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: John Heminge
Unknown: Henry Condell
Unknown: Hugh Dickson
Unknown: Crawford Logan
Sung By: Philip Astle
Sung By: Paul Williamson
Sung By: Evelyn Tubb
Tenor: John Potter
Tenor: Graham Jeffery
Unknown: Malcolm Clarke
Production By: Robin Cherry
Unknown: Paul Newis.
Unknown: Mick Wilkojc
Unknown: Kevin Howlett
Unknown: John Powell
James Burbage: Douglas Blackwell
Richard Burbage,: Michael Williams
Richard Tarleton: John Hollis
John Shakespeare: David March
Gilbert, his younger: David Brierley
Anne, his wife: Frances Jeater
Susanna, his daughter: Rosalind Adams
William, the boy: J Lidstone
John: Leonard Fenton
Thomas Jenkins, the school master: Timothy Bateson
Henry wriothesley, the Earl of Southampton: John Rye
Queen Elizabeth: Mary Wimbush

: Stravinsky: Threni

Stravinsky's 1958 setting of itexts from the Lamentation of Jeremiah; his first wholly 12-note work. SARAH WALKER
(mezzo-soprano)
HELEN WATTS (contralto) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) NEIL JENKINS (tenor)
STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) JOHN TOMLINSON (bass) BBC SINGERS
Brepared by RICHARD COOKE
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by DAVID ATHERTON

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Sarah Walker
Contralto: Helen Watts
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Baritone: Stephen Varcoe
Bass: John Tomlinson
Unknown: Richard Cooke
Leader: Bela Dekany
Conducted By: David Atherton

: Montraldo

by JOHN CHEEVER Read by John Franklyn-Robblns (First broadcast on R4) (John Franklyn-Robbins is a member of the RSC)

Contributors

Unknown: John Cheever
Read By: John Franklyn-Robblns
Unknown: John Franklyn-Robbins

: Music in Our Time

Malcolm Singer introduces examples of recent work at the Centre for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics at Stanford University, California, where he spent two years on a Harkness Fellowship.

John Chowning: "Phone"
Malcolm Singer: "Sines of our Time"
Michael McNabb: "Love in the Asylum"
(first UK broadcasts)

Contributors

Presenter: Malcolm Singer

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