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Lortzing Overture: Der Wildschiitz
BAMRERG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHRISTOPHER STEPP
8.11* Henselt Piano Concerto in F minor. Op 16
RAYMOND LEWENTHAL LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS
8.39* Gershwin An American in Paris
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY

Contributors

Conducted By:
Christopher Stepp
Unknown:
Raymond Lewenthal
Conducted By:
Charles MacKerras
Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy

Christmas Oratorio
Cantata No 5: Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen
Cantata No 6: Herr, wenn die stolzen Feinde schnauben
GUNDULA JANOWITZ (soprano)
CHRISTA LUDWIG (mezzo-soprano) FRITZ WUNDERLICH (tenor) FRANZ CRASS (bass)
MUNICH EACH CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL RICHTER gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano:
Gundula Janowitz
Mezzo-Soprano:
Christa Ludwig
Tenor:
Fritz Wunderlich
Conducted By:
Karl Richter

A request programme of gramophone records
Mozart Symphony No 30, in D major (K 202)
SALZBURG MOZARTEUM
CAMERATA ACADEMICA conducted by BERNARD PAUMGARTNER
10.20* Weber Clarinet Concerto No 1. in F minor
GERVASE DE PEYER
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS
10.43* Dvorak Symphonic Poem: The Noonday Witch
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ZDENEK CHALABALA

Contributors

Conducted By:
Bernard Paumgartner
Unknown:
Gervase de Peyer
Conducted By:
Rafael Fruhbeck
Conducted By:
Zdenek Chalabala

Liszt's piano music, by RONALD SMITH
Musical Profile: Mary Thomas , by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE
Shostakovich's earlier symphonies, by ROBERT LAYTON
Verdi's complete operas; book review by PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE Edited by ANNA INSTONE and JULIAN HERBAGE
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
(First in a series of concerts each including a Shostakovich symphony: 5.30 pm: Third)

Contributors

Music By:
Ronald Smith
Unknown:
Mary Thomas
Unknown:
Gillian Widdicombe
Unknown:
Robert Layton
Review By:
Philip Hope-Wallace
Edited By:
Anna Instone
Edited By:
Julian Herbage
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage

Brahms Quartet in B flat major, Op 67
12.34* Franck Quintet in F minor
SMETANA STRING QUARTET Jiri Novak (violin)
Lubomir Kostecky (violin) Milan Skampa (viola) Antonin Kohout (cello)
WARSAW PIANO QUINTET
Bronislaw Gimpel (violin) Tadeusz Wronski (violin) Stefan Kamasa (viola)
Aleksander Ciechanski (cello) Wladyslaw Szpilman (piano)
(Quartet broadcast on 7 July 1967; Quintet on 9 May 1965)

Contributors

Unknown:
Franck Quintet
Violin:
Jiri Novak
Violin:
Lubomir Kostecky
Viola:
Milan Skampa
Cello:
Antonin Kohout
Violin:
Bronislaw Gimpel
Violin:
Tadeusz Wronski
Viola:
Stefan Kamasa
Cello:
Aleksander Ciechanski
Piano:
Wladyslaw Szpilman

MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (cello) JAMES KING (tenor) AMBHOSIAN SINGERS NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA leader CARLOS VILLA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO Part 1; Prokofiev
Sinfonia Concertante in minor, for cello and orchestra

Contributors

Tenor:
James King
Leader:
Carlos Villa
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado

A double bill of one-act operae Words by DON ROBERTS
Music by PETER WISHART
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD STEAD conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON and CHARLES MACKERRAS
Repetiteur NINA WALKER
Produced by BRIAN TROWELL
3.0 The Captive
Scene: after a battle, in medieval Japan Cast: conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Don Roberts
Music By:
Peter Wishart
Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Bryden Thomson
Conducted By:
Charles MacKerras
Repetiteur:
Nina Walker
Produced By:
Brian Trowell
Conducted By:
Bryden Thomson
Mitsu, a veteran footsoldier:
Gerald English (tenor)
Takenori, his young comrade:
Benjamin Luxon (baritone)
Princess Tomoe, their prisoner:
Joan Carden (soprano)

Scene: the back garden of Penelope's flat in the suburbs of a large port Cast:
conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS

Contributors

Conducted By:
Charles MacKerras
Penelope, who likes to make men happy:
Patricia Clark (soprano)
Happy men: Alarick, a major (retd):
Kenneth Bowen (tenor)
Charlie, a leading hand (RN):
Neilson Taylor (baritone)

by GEOFFREY CHAUCER
An illustrated talk by PROFESSOR NEVILL COGHILL to introduce the twelve weekly dramatised readings from his new English translation beginning next week
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
(First reading: 11 January)

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Chaucer
Talk By:
Nevill Coghill
Produced By:
Raymond Raikes
Chaucer:
Marius Goring
Troilus:
Alexander John
Criseyde:
Elizabeth Morgan
Pandarus:
Gabriel Woolf

Bartok Piano Concerto No 1
RUDOLF SERKIN
COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL
5.55* Shostakovich Symphony No in F minor
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MARTINON gramophone records
(First in a series of thirteen programmes each including a Shostakovich symphony. Next programme: 11 January)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rudolf Serkin
Conducted By:
George Szell
Conducted By:
Jean Martinon

The War
Memoirs of General Gland by HENRY REED with and Hilda Tablet's Rangoon March realised by DONALD SWANN
Henry Reed writes: These recollections, elicited with some difficulty from General Gland, are not to be regarded as a continuation of the Shewin-Tablet Saga, which ended with The Primal Scene As It Were ... They are to ba considered merely as a parergon, if that.
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON (First broadcast 6 May 1959)

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Reed
Unknown:
Donald Swann
Unknown:
Henry Reed
Produced By:
Douglas Cleverdon
General Gland:
Deryck Guyler
Three BBC Interviewers:
Michael Flanders
Three BBC Interviewers:
Dorothy Primrose
Three BBC Interviewers:
Frank Duncan
Herbert Reeve:
Hugh Burden
Hilda Tablet:
Mary O'Farrell
Elsa Strauss:
Marjorie Westbury
Stephen Shewin:
Carleton Hobbs
Two Russian Interrogators:
Michael Flanders
Two Russian Interrogators:
Donald Swann
Graham Stitch:
John Bryning
Roger Mayhap-Wetherby:
Eric Phillips
Hugh Parkinson-Warlock:
Nicholas Meredith

The distinguished Russian pianist plays Part 1
Schubert Variations on a theme of Huttenbrenner, in A minor (D 576)
Schumann Six pieces from Fantasiestucke, Op 12
Des Abends; Aufschwung; Warum?; In der Nacht; Traumes Wirren; Ende vom Lied

RICHARD HARRIS takes Lucian Pye 's account of political psychology as evolved under the Confucian system. The Spirit of Chinese Politics, and considers the fate of the bureaucracy in the Cultural Revolution

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Harris
Unknown:
Lucian Pye

The Fox in the Attic by Richard Hughes which appeared a few years ago is the first part of a long novel to be called The Human Predicament.
In this programme RICHARD HUGHES talks to WALTER ALLEN about the work as a whole and particularly about the second volume, on which he is now engaged.
Produced by ELWYN EVANS

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Hughes
Talks:
Richard Hughes
Unknown:
Walter Allen
Produced By:
Elwyn Evans

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