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Orchestral Concert RAFAEL OROZCO (piano) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BACON conductor JOHN CAREWE
Recorded on Friday in the City Hall
Part 1
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
8.22* Mozart Piano Concerto No 21, in c major (K 467)

Contributors

Piano:
Rafael Orozco
Leader:
John Bacon
Conductor:
John Carewe

Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Weber's Clarinet Concertino and Clarinet Quintet, by JOHN WARRACK
Recent Opera reviewed by EDWARD GREENFIELD

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Lade
Reviewed By:
Edward Greenfield

MARY THOMAS (soprano) Members of the UNIVERSITY ENSEMBLE OF CARDIFF with LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA
From the Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre
Beethoven Clarinet Trio, Op 11
11.22* Dallapiccola
Divertimento in quattro esercizi (1934)
Due liriche di Anacreonte (1948)
Quattro liriche di Antonio Machado (1948)
Goethe-Lieder (1953)
Mozart Piano Trio in c major (K 548)

Contributors

Unknown:
Antonio MacHado

Introduced by VINCENT DUGGLEBY
Produced by GEOFF DOBSON and ANGUS MACKAY
Timings may be altered by events
12.30
Sports Parade
Including your afternoon's Weather, and previews of the day's Racing and Football
1.0
Behind the Sporting Scenes
The Boxing Promoter
LIAM NOLAN enquires into the business of promoting shows with ' sock ' appeal
1.25
Cricket Around the World No 5: Sydney
Compiled and narrated by MARTIN YOUNG , with the voices Of JIM LAKER , NEIL HARVEY , BRIAN STATHAM , SIR LEONARD HUTTON , BILL VOCE, G. 0. ALLEN, CLARRIE GRIMMETT , and TREVOR BAILEY
1.40; 2.0; 2.35; 3.15; 4.55 Lawn Tennis: The Dewar Cup
Commentaries by MAURICE EDELSTON on the final day of the second in a series of five weekly covered court tournaments, with summaries by FRED PERRY
From the Stalybridge Sports Stadium, Cheshire
1.55; 2.30; 2.50; 3.10; 4.0
London Powerboat Race
(Sponsored by the Evening News and W. D. & H. 0. Wills) Forty boats compete in a ninety-minute race over an anti-clockwise course of one-and-three-quarter miles on the Thames between Blackfriars and Westminster Bridges
Commentators at Southbank: RAYMOND BAXTER near County Hall, and ERIC TOBITT at Waterloo Bridge
2.15; 2.55
Racing from Doncaster
Commentary by PETER BROMLEY on the 2.20 Observer Gold Cup, over one mile, and the 3.0 Manchester Handicap Stakes, over one mile and a half
3.20; 4.55
Rugby Union: County Championship
Cornwall v Gloucestershire
Commentary during this South-western Division match by ALAN GIBSON and VIC HARFIELD , from Redruth, Cornwall
4.5
Association Football
Commentary by PETER JONES and ALUN WILLIAMS on one of today's English League matches
5.0
Sports Report
Including classified Football and Racing results, reports on selected soccer matches, and further news of the rest of the afternoon's sport

Contributors

Introduced By:
Vincent Duggleby
Produced By:
Geoff Dobson
Produced By:
Angus MacKay
Unknown:
Liam Nolan
Unknown:
Martin Young
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Neil Harvey
Unknown:
Brian Statham
Unknown:
Sir Leonard Hutton
Unknown:
Clarrie Grimmett
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey
Unknown:
Fred Perry
Unknown:
Raymond Baxter
Unknown:
Eric Tobitt
Commentary By:
Peter Bromley
Unknown:
Alan Gibson
Unknown:
Vic Harfield
Commentary By:
Peter Jones
Commentary By:
Alun Williams

SIR JULIAN HALL recalls Maugham'svarled contributions to the theatre of his day, which he had opportunities of discussing with Maugham and since his death with maris LOHR, FAY COMPTON , BASIL DEAN, and SIRJOHN GIELGUD
Produced by CHRISTOPHER HOLME

Contributors

Unknown:
Fay Compton
Produced By:
Christopher Holme

An opera In a prologue and three acts
Libretto after the tragedies Erdgeist and Büchse der Pandora by FRANK WEDEKIND
Music by ALBAN BERG
VIENNA STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL BÖHM
(Recording made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
Germany, Paris, and London, in the late 19th century
Prologue before the curtain
Act 1 Scene 1 An artist's studio Scene 2 An elegant apartment Scene 3 A theatre dressing-room

Contributors

Music By:
Alban Berg

Andrew Shonfield gives the first of four fortnightly talks
Mr Shonfield began his career in journalism. From 1961-68 he was Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs and he is now the Chairman of the Social Science Research Council. He was a member of the Donovan Commission on Trade Unions.
He is the author of several books and is at present working on a history of international economic relations In the 1960s.
Next Saturday: Brian Beed ham of The Economist

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Shonfield
Unknown:
Mr Shonfield
Unknown:
Brian Beed

HENRY PLEASANTS 'S recently published Serious Music and all that Jazz developed the argument outlined in his earlier book, Death of a Music, that the most significant developments in music are taking place in jazz and popular music and that much ' serious ' music is not worth taking seriously at all.
He discusses this view with WILFRID MELLERS, Professor Of Music, University of York

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Pleasants

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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