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: Morning Concert

Johann Stamitz
Symphony In A (Spring)
PRAGUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by ULF bjorlin
7.20* S. S. Wesley The Lord is my Shepherd CHOIR OF HEREFORD CATHEDRAL
ROBERT GREEN (organ) directed by ROY MASSEY
7.25* Schubert Allegro In A minor (d 947)
CHRISTOPH ESCHENRACH AND Justus FRANTZ (piano duet)
7.43' Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in D minor. Op 3 No 2
AMSTERDAM CONCERTCZBOUW DITCHESTRA, conducted by ANDRE RIEU
8.0 News
5 Balaklrev, orch Lyapunov Islamey
USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by VEVGENY SVETLANOV
8.14* Prokofiev, orch
Barshat Visions Fugitives ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE fIELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.32' Shostakovich, arr Tsiganov Four Preludes from Op 34
LEONID KOGAN (ViOlin) DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH (piano)
8.38, Borodin, orch
Glazunov Symphony No 3 in A minor (Unfinished)
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By: Ulf Bjorlin
Directed By: Roy Massey
Unknown: Christoph Eschenrach
Conducted By: Andre Rieu
Conducted By: Vevgeny Svetlanov
Conducted By: Neville Marriner
Piano: Dmitri Shostakovich
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet

: News

: This Week's Composer

Haydn: The Last Years
String Quartet In r. Op 77 No 2: AIOMAN STRING QUARTET
Spring (The Seasons) EDITH MATHis (soprano)
SIEGFRIED JERUSALEM (tenOr) DIETRICH PISCUR-DIESKAU (baritone)
CHORUS AND ACADEMY Of ST MARTIN-rN-THE-FIILDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano: Edith Mathis
Tenor: Siegfried Jerusalem
Conducted By: Neville Marriner

: Otto Klemperer

conducts the PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Berlioz Symphonic
(antastlque, Op 14; record

: Grieg and Schumann

JENNY ABEL (violin)
ROBERTO SZIDON (piano) Grieg Sonata No 3 In c minor
Schumann Sonata No 3. In A minor
(Part of a concert given in December 1980 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. London)

Contributors

Violin: Jenny Abel
Piano: Roberto Szidon

: English Music for Strings

BRIAN RAYNER COOK I baritone)
NORTHERN SINIPONIA OF ENGLAND leader BARRY WILDE conducted by MEREDITH DAVIES
Gordon Jacob Denbigh
Suite Adrian Cruft Two Canadian Poems
Vaughan Williams Five variants of ' Dives and Lazarus'
Adrian Cruft Into God's Kingdom
Ireland Concertino pastorale
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Leader: Barry Wilde
Conducted By: Meredith Davies
Conducted By: Gordon Jacob Denbigh
Conducted By: Suite Adrian Cruft
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

: News

: Manchester Summer Recital

The sixth of eight concerts, direct from
Studio Seven, Manchester Martin Roscoe (piano) Schubert Three Impromptus
(Klavlerstucke) (D 946) Bartok 15 Hungarian
Peasant Songs: Sonata (1928)
(Given before a studio audience. Tickets available from [address removed]

: La Finta Semplice

(The Pretended Simpleton)
Opera buffa in three acts
Music by Mozart
Libretto by CARLO GOLDONI and MARCO COLTELLINI (sung in Italian)
SALZBURG MOZARTEUM ORCHESTRA
continuo: JEANPIERRE FABER (harpsichord) CORNELIUS HERRMANN (cello)
Conducted by LEOPOLD HAGER
(Austrian Radio recording made at this year's Salzburg Mozart Week)

Contributors

Music By: Mozart Libretto
Music By: Marco Coltellini
Unknown: Salzburg Mozarteum
Harpsichord: Jeanpierre Faber
Cello: Cornelius Herrmann
Conducted By: Leopold Hager

: News

: Mainly for Pleasure

Michael Berkeley presents a programme of music for the early evening ending at 6.12* with Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe Suite No 2.
Producer RICHARD BUNT

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley

: Bandstand

1ST OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION SILVER BAND conductor ALFRED BURCH Edward Gregson March Prelude
Eric Ball Resurgam
Edward Gregson Partita BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Conductor: Alfred Burch
Conductor: Edward Gregson

: Songs by Chopin and Schubert

Chopin Zyczeole : SUczny Chloplec:
Piosnka Litewska : Gdzle Lubl
Schubert Heidenrbslein : Die lunge Nonne;
Rastlose Liebe ; Die Allmacht.
BOZENA BETLEY (soprano)
MARTIN ISEPF (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Chopin Zyczeole
Unknown: Piosnka Litewska
Unknown: Gdzle Lubl
Unknown: Schubert Heidenrbslein
Unknown: Rastlose Liebe

: All for Love

(or The World Well Lost) by JOHN DRYDEN , with John Turner as Antony Barbara Jefford as Cleopatra Nigel Stock as Ventldius Maureen O'Brien as Octavia David March as AlexaS, a eunuch, and John Rowe as Dollabella To conform to the dramatic rules of his day. Dryden reconcelved and rewrote Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra.
The result Is a powerful example of post-
Restoration tragedy.
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS
8.40' Interlude
8.45* All for Love Part 2

Contributors

Unknown: John Dryden
Unknown: John Turner
Unknown: Antony Barbara Jeff
Unknown: Cleopatra Nigel Stock
Unknown: Ventldius Maureen O'Brien
Unknown: Octavia David March
Unknown: John Rowe
Directed By: Martin Jenkins
Seraplon, a Priest: Hugh Dickson
Myris: Stephen Thorne
Iras: Jill Lldstone
Charmlon: Frances Jeater

: Prokofiev

Ten pieces, Op 12
DOMINIQUE CORNIL (piano)

: Six from South Kensington

by COLIN MCLAREN
8: The Making of G President
A spirited rendering of the 1812 Overture was threatening severe structural damage to the Albert Hall as we passed. It reminded Crossley, from the Foreign Office, of events in an obscure Latin-American state.'
Reader Michael Hordern Producer Louise PURSLOW

Contributors

Unknown: Colin McLaren
Unknown: Albert Hall
Reader: Michael Hordern
Producer: Louise Purslow

: Music in Our Time

Introduced by Stephen Pruslln The first of three programmes of works by Peter Maxwell Davies
Image, Reflection, Shadow (first complete performance in this country). preceded by one of Davies' arrangements: Kinloch, His Fantassle
THE FIRES OF LONDON
Philippa Davies (flute)
David Campbell (clarinet) Rosemary Furniss (violin) Jonathan Williams (cello) Stephen Pruslin
(piano/harpsichord) Gregory Knowles
(clmbaiom/glockensplel) (Given in September 1982 at the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London)

Contributors

Introduced By: Stephen Pruslln
Unknown: Peter Maxwell Davies
Clarinet: David Campbell
Violin: Rosemary Furniss
Cello: Jonathan Williams
Piano: Stephen Pruslin
Harpsichord: Gregory Knowles
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall

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