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Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70, for horn and piano
9.13* Quartet in E dat major.
Op. 47
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
MARGARET KITCHIN (piano)
RICHARDS PIANO QUARTET Nona Liddell (violin) Jean Stewart (viola)
Bernard Richards (cello) Bernard Roberts (piano)
Adagio and Allegro broadcast on Aug. 17. 1967: Quartet on Feb. 11. 1*67

Contributors

Unknown:
Schumann Adagio
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Piano:
Margaret Kitchin
Violin:
Nona Liddell
Viola:
Jean Stewart
Cello:
Bernard Richards
Piano:
Bernard Roberts

WISSEMA STRING Quartet
Nella Wissema (violin) Fay Campey (violin)
Ludmilla Navratil (viola) Paul Ward (cello)
FRIEDRICH WOHRER (piano)

Contributors

Violin:
Nella Wissema
Viola:
Ludmilla Navratil
Cello:
Paul Ward

BBC NORTHERN
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader. Reginald Stead
Conducted by GEORGE HURST and MICHAEL ROSE
1.0 News; Weather
Given before an invited audience in the Parr Hall. Warrington

Contributors

Conducted By:
George Hurst
Conducted By:
Michael Rose
Unknown:
Parr Hall.

Opera in three acts
Music by Puccini completed by Franco Alfano Libretto by Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni after Gozzi
Sung in Italian: gramophone records

Cast in order of singing:
Chorus and Orchestra of the Opera House, Rome
Conducted by Francesco Molinart-Pradell
The action takes place in Peking, in legendary times
ACT 1
The walls of the Imperial city
3.36 First interval
3.50 ACT 2
Scene 1 A pavillion In the palace Scene 2 A vast square before the palace
4.35 Second interval
4.58 ACT 3
Scene 1 The palace garden
Scene 2 Outside the Imperial palace Last of five weekly broadcasts of operas by Puccini. with chamber music by Boccherinl during the intervals between the acts. Both composers were born in Lucca.

During the intervals
BOCCHERINI Chamber music
3.36 First interval
Piano Quintet in A major. Op.
57 No. played by the English String Quartet Nona Liddell (violin)
Marilyn Taylor (violin)
Marjorie Lempfert (viola) Helen Just (cello) with ALAN ROWLANDS (piano)
4.35 Second interval
Trio in G major, Op. 35 No. 2 Walter Schneiderhan (violin)
Gustav Swoboda (violin) Senta Benesch (cello) gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Renato Simoni
Conducted By:
Francesco Molinart-Pradell
Violin:
Nona Liddell
Violin:
Marilyn Taylor
Viola:
Marjorie Lempfert
Cello:
Helen Just
Piano:
Alan Rowlands
Violin:
Walter Schneiderhan
Violin:
Gustav Swoboda
Cello:
Senta Benesch

Symphonie (Etudes dans les tons mineurs, Op. 39)
La vision (Esquisses. Op. 63)
Le festin d'Esope (Etudes dans les tons mineurs. Op. 39) played by RAYMOND LEWENTRAL (ptano)

Contributors

Played By:
Raymond Lewentral

A series of four discussions
Led by Brian Beedham of The Economist
Each discussion, with a different main speaker, will be broadcast from a different university
3: Social Tensions in the Seventies
From Sussex University
Are the problems of the 1970s likely to bring a revision of the basic social structure of Britain. and if so what sort of revision? This programme includes a discussion of the probable social tensions of the seventies and the problems of alleviating them.
Main Speaker
DR ALAN LITTLE
Director of Research and Statistics Inner London Education Authority
BRIAN ABEL-SMITH
Professor of Social Administration London School of Economics
AI.AIN JACOB of Le Monde
ANGUS MAUDE , M.P.
BRIAN WALDEN , M.P.
Produced by George Fischer
National Purpose in the Seventies, from University College, London. Main Speaker, Alaslair Burnet , Editor of 'The Economist': June 6

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Beedham
Unknown:
Angus Maude
Unknown:
Brian Walden
Produced By:
George Fischer
Unknown:
Alaslair Burnet

Allegri String Quartet Eli Goren , Peter Thomas
Patrick Ireland. Bruno Schrecker
Stephen Savage (piano)
The Nash Ensemble Judith Pearce. Neil Black
Antony Pay, John Pigneguy
Michael Laird , Roger Brenner
Andrew McGee. Christopher Martin
Conducted by Roger Smalley
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Eli Goren
Unknown:
Peter Thomas
Unknown:
Patrick Ireland.
Unknown:
Bruno Schrecker
Piano:
Stephen Savage
Unknown:
Judith Pearce.
Unknown:
Neil Black
Unknown:
John Pigneguy
Unknown:
Michael Laird
Unknown:
Roger Brenner
Unknown:
Andrew McGee.
Conducted By:
Roger Smalley

by D W. Theobald, Lecturer in Chemistry and the Philosophy of Science in the Manchester University Institute of Science and Technology.
'Any attempt to understand the complexity of the world we live in involves noticing how the apparently new is like the already familiar. This ability to spot analogies is equally important in scientific thinking, the machinery of philosophy, and the workings of the artistic imagination.'

Part 2: Roger Smalley
Missa Parodia I, for piano
Missa Parodia II, for piano and eight instruments (flute. oboe, clarinet, horn, trumpet. trombone, violin, and viola first broadcast performance
Last concert in the present series
Recorded on May 28 before an invited audience in the Concert Hall. Broadcasting House. London. W 1 Send applications for tickets to the Ticket Unit[address removed] enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Smalley

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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