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Beethoven Overture: King Stephen: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER
7.12* Schumann Symphony No 1, in B flat major (Spring) CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL
7.42* Vaughan Williams Overture. Ballet, and Final Tableau (The Wasps)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Otto Klemperer
Conducted By:
George Szell
Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult

8.4 Praetorius Dances from Terpsichore COLLEGIUM TERPSICHORE
8.19* Bach Violin Concerto in e major: ARTHUR GRUMIAUX ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by RAYMOND LEPPARD (harpsichord)
8.37* Haydn Symphony No 52 ESTERHAZY ORCHESTRA conducted by DAVID BLUM gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Grumiaux
Directed By:
Raymond Leppard
Conducted By:
David Blum

NICOLAS KYNASTON (organ) THE JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR conductor JOHN ALLDIS
Part 1
Motet: 0 Roma nobilis
Hymn: An den heiligen Franziskus von Paula Motet: Domine salvum fac regem
10.49* Organ: Fantasia and Fugue on the Chorale from Meyerbeer's Le Prophete: Ad nos, ad salutarem undam

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicolas Kynaston
Conductor:
John Alldis

CYRIL SMITH and PHYLLIS SELLICK
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD STEAD conductor BRYDEN THOMSON
Part 1
Mozart Symphony No 31. In D major (Paris) (K 297)
12.35* Gordon Jacob Concerto for three hands on one piano

Contributors

Unknown:
Cyril Smith
Unknown:
Phyllis Sellick
Leader:
Reginald Stead

Schubert Duet: Mignon und der Harfner (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt)
Schubert Gesangedes Harfners Britten Canticle II (Abraham and Isaac)
Schubert Lieder der Mignon MARY THOMAS (soprano) RICHARD LEWIS (tenor) ERNEST LUSH (piano)

Contributors

Soprano:
Mary Thomas
Tenor:
Richard Lewis
Piano:
Ernest Lush

* ANGELA BEALE (Soprano)
JOAN DAVIES (fortepiano) CARL DOLMETSCH
(recorders and treble viol) JEANNE DOLMETSCH
(recorder and treble viol) MARGUERITE DOLMETSCH
(recorder and tenor viol) SHEILA MARSHALL
(viola da gamba)
CHRISTINE BLOOD (recorder) BRIAN BLOOD (recorder)
JOSEPH SAXBY (harpsichord) play works from the 15th to the 19th centuries, on the instruments of the periods in which they were written

Contributors

Soprano:
Angela Beale
Soprano:
Joan Davies
Unknown:
Carl Dolmetsch
Unknown:
Jeanne Dolmetsch
Unknown:
Marguerite Dolmetsch
Viola:
Sheila Marshall
Unknown:
Christine Blood
Unknown:
Brian Blood
Harpsichord:
Joseph Saxby

Tun de Leeuw Quartet No 2 Enrique Raxach Phases
Brian Ferneyhough Sonatas
(Recording made available by Netherlands Radio) Berio Sincronie
Cornelius Cardew Movement
GAUDEAMUS STRING QUARTET
(The Ton de Leeuw, Raxach, Ferneyhough, and Cardew are first broadcast performances in this country)

Sonata in B minor (s 1030)
5.33* Sonata in G minor, tor violin
CHRISTOPHER HYDE-SMITH (flute)
CHARLES SPINKS (harpsichord) MAX ROSTAL (violin)
(Violin sonata broadcast on 24 May 1968)

Contributors

Flute:
Christopher Hyde-Smith
Harpsichord:
Charles Spinks
Violin:
Max Rostal

The Verdict
DONALD HOLMS discusses the conclusions of scientists about human behaviour. Contributors include or JOHN BOWLBY , PROFESSOR ROBERT HINDE , and DR EDMUND LEACH
Produced by ROBIN BRIGHTWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Holms
Unknown:
John Bowlby
Unknown:
Robert Hinde
Unknown:
Dr Edmund Leach
Produced By:
Robin Brightwell

Ninth of 12 recitals on organs in Holland, West Germany, and Austria by Geraint Jones who introduces the music and the instruments
Silberne Kapclle , Innsbruck Marco Antonio Cavazzoni Plus ne regres
Frescobaldi Canzona terza (1626 coli; Capriccio cromatico Bernardo Pasquini Partite sopra l'aria di Follia Andrea Cima Canzone alia francese: La novella Giovanni Gabrieli Canzona No 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Geraint Jones
Unknown:
Silberne Kapclle
Unknown:
Frescobaldi Canzona

An Aesthetic Experience
A comedy by MICHAEL SADLER with Richard Briers. Barbara Couper Zena Walker , and Aubrey Woods Music by DAVID WATKINS
. Mrs Gulliver 's world is devoted to Art, Imagination, and Memory. Madeleine Potts is Natural, Real, and inclined to think of the Future. It is not easy for Ashby Gulliver to keep a steady course between Scylla and Charybdis.
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN (To be repeated on 1 February)

Contributors

Comedy By:
Michael Sadler
Unknown:
Richard Briers.
Unknown:
Barbara Couper
Unknown:
Zena Walker
Unknown:
Aubrey Woods
Music By:
David Watkins
Music By:
Mrs Gulliver
Unknown:
Ashby Gulliver
Produced By:
John Tydeman
Mrs Gulliver, a devotee of Art:
Barbara Couper
Ashby Gulliver, her son:
Richard Briers
Madeleine Potts, a devotee of Life:
Zena Walker
Vershinin, a Revolutionary Tutor:
Malcolm Hayes
Louis Davis, an Aesthetic Athlete:
Charles Hyatt
Annesmith, a Good Cook:
Margot Boyd
Prentiss, the Perfect Butler:
Aubrey Woods
Marthe Sucharnon, a Former Chess Professional:
Betty Hardy
The Vicar, a vicar:
Peter Pratt
Sainte-Claude, poete et musiCien:
Georges Lambert

A large-scale jazz composition by MIKE WESTBROOK
Mike Westbrook is the second composer to be granted an Arts Council bursary, which has enabled him to compose, rehearse, and perform this work in concert.
Metropolis is in four movements and is performed by Mike Westbrook 's enlarged Concert Band.
Commentary by MIKE WESTBROOK Produced by ROGER EAMES

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Westbrook
Unknown:
Mike Westbrook
Unknown:
Mike Westbrook
Commentary By:
Mike Westbrook
Produced By:
Roger Eames

Three talks based on the Scott Holland Lectures 1969 by Monica Wilson
Professor of Anthropology, University of Cape Town
1: Size, Time, and the Personal ' What happened in history is change in scale.' Small societies see time, and relationships, differently from large ones; a society and its world-picture interact continually. Must large societies be ' runaway worlds '?
(Ritual and Isolation: 15 Jan)

Contributors

Unknown:
Monica Wilson

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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