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0 Handel
Concerto Grosso No. 7, in C major
(Alexander's Feast)
SCHOLA CANTORUM BASILIENSIS
Conducted by AUGUST WENZINGER
9.18* Aria: Revenge, Timotheus cries (Alexander's Feast)
FORBES ROBINSON (bass) ACADEMY OF
ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
9.27* Organ Concerto No. 7. in B
Bat major
KARL RICHTER (organ)
Directing a CHAMBER ORCHESTRA gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
August Wenzinger
Bass:
Forbes Robinson
Conducted By:
Neville Marriner
Unknown:
Karl Richter

ⓢ First of twelve weekly programmes to include all his major works for piano
Abegg Variations. Op.
9.54' Papillons, Op. 2
10.10*Novelettes
(Op. 21)
No. 1, in F major
No. 8, in F sharp minor-D major played by MALCOLM Binns

Contributors

Played By:
Malcolm Binns

This week, seven recitals of his songs conclude the series that is following his career and Schumann's
Die Mainacht Botschaft
0 kiihler Wald
Nine Songs, Op. 32
Wie rafft Ich mich auf: Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen; Ich schleich umher betriibt; Der Strom. der neben mir verrauschte: Wehe. so willst du mich wieder?: Du sprichst. dass ich mich täuschte: Bitteres zu sagen denkst du: So stehn wir; Wie bist du. meine Konigin
BARRY McDANIEL (baritone)
ERNEST Lush (piano)

Contributors

Baritone:
Barry McDaniel
Piano:
Ernest Lush

A series of five programmes
A unique collection of instruments from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries discussed by MADEAU STEWART and illustrated with recordings from the BBC Sound Archives
Produced by Leslie Perowne

Contributors

Unknown:
Madeau Stewart
Produced By:
Leslie Perowne

International
Choral Competition
Great Britain
Elimination Rounds
MIXED VOICE CLASS
Round 1
Match 1
From the West
SILVER RING Choir
Conductor, KELVIN THOMAS
V.
From Scotland
THE CALEDONIA CHOIR
Conductor. JAMES FYFZ
Match 2
From the North
BLACKBURN BACH CHOIR
Conductor, JOHN BEKTALOT
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From Northern Ireland BELFAST GAELIC Choir
Conductor, GERALD O'RAWE
Introduced by MARTIN MUNCASTER
Produced by Anthony Philpott
See page 9

Contributors

Conductor:
Kelvin Thomas
Conductor:
John Bektalot
Conductor:
Gerald O'Rawe
Introduced By:
Martin Muncaster
Produced By:
Anthony Philpott

A series of twenty-one programmes for adults taking the G.C.E. A-level examination in English. planned in association with a National Extension College correspondence course.
13: The Tempest
Radio tutor, David GRUGEON
Scriptwriter, Jack Roberts
Produced by Peggy Bacon
a.m. (Radio 4)
Details of the correspondence course can be obtained from the National Extension College. Shaftesbury Road. Cambridge.

Contributors

Unknown:
David Grugeon
Scriptwriter:
Jack Roberts
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon
Unknown:
Road. Cambridge.

A programme of Italian in speech and song
Introduced by ALDO BEVACQUA with a reading from Boccaccio by ARIELLA REGGIO
Produced by Elsie Ferguson and Ann Caldwell
Repeated on Friday, 6.30 p.m.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Aldo Bevacqua
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

of the European
Broadcasting Union on whose behalf
West Berlin Radio presents the third concert from the New Philharmonic Hall, Berlin Gundula Janowitz (soprano)
Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano)
Jess Thomas (tenor)
Walter Berry (bass)
Chorus of the German Opera (Berlin)
Berlin Philharmonic
Orchestra
Conductor,
Herbert von Karajan
Beethoven
Symphony No. 9, in D minor
(Choral)

Contributors

Soprano:
Gundula Janowitz
Mezzo-Soprano:
Christa Ludwig
Tenor:
Jess Thomas
Bass:
Walter Berry
Conductor:
Herbert von Karajan

Edmund Leach
Provost of King's College Cambridge, University Reader in Social Anthropology and Reith Lecturer for 1967 discusses further with Sir Peter Medawar
Director of the National
Institute for Medical Research and Alasdair Maclntyre Professor of Sociology at the University of Essex some of the ideas put forward in his Reith Lectures, entitled A Runaway Worldr

Contributors

Unknown:
Edmund Leach
Unknown:
Sir Peter Medawar
Unknown:
Alasdair MacLntyre

0 The Pierrot Players
Judith Pearce
(flute and piccolo)
Alan Hacker (clarinet and bass-clarinet) Sydney Mann
(violin and viola)
Jennifer Ward Clarke (cello) Tristan Fry (percussion)
Mary Thomas (percussion) Stephen Pruslin (piano) Conducted by Peter Maxwell Davies
9.43* Gorecki
Diagramme, for flute
9.48* Webern
Three Pieces, Op. 11, for cello and piano
Piano Piece, Op. posth. (Sketch book 1925)
Four Pieces, Op. 7, for violin and piano
10.0' Peter Maxwell Davies
Hymnos, for clarinet and piano first performance
10.13' Harrison Birtwistle Three Lessons in a Frame first performance: Commissioned by the Macnaghten Concerts
Part or a concert presented at the 1967 Cheltenham Festival in association with the Macnaghten Coocerts

Contributors

Flute:
Judith Pearce
Clarinet:
Alan Hacker
Violin:
Sydney Mann
Cello:
Jennifer Ward Clarke
Cello:
Tristan Fry
Unknown:
Mary Thomas
Piano:
Stephen Pruslin
Conducted By:
Peter Maxwell Davies
Piano:
Peter Maxwell Davies

Morton Feldman composer with ' pure sound' attempts to give a lecture
ANDREW FORGE painter and critic questions him ROGER SMALLEY
English composer introduces the programme
With John Cage, David Tudor , and others, Morton Feldman belonged to a group of New York composers who were experimenting with new forms of musical expression in the early 1950s.
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Morton Feldman
Unknown:
Roger Smalley
Unknown:
David Tudor
Unknown:
Morton Feldman

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