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No 19: Es erhub sich ein Streit No 50: Nun ist das Heil und die Kraft
No 130: Herr Gott , dich loben alle wir
CHRISTINA CLARKE (soprano) PAMELA BOWDEN (contralto) ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
CHRISTOPHER KEYTE ibaSS) LONDON BACH SOCIETY
JOHN CONSTABLE (organ continuo) STEINITZ BACH PLAYERS leader ALAN LOVEDAY conductor PAUL STEINITZ
(John Constable broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)

Contributors

Unknown:
Herr Gott
Soprano:
Christina Clarke
Contralto:
Pamela Bowden
Tenor:
Christopher Keyte
Unknown:
Steinitz Bach
Leader:
Alan Loveday
Conductor:
Paul Steinitz
Unknown:
John Constable

A record request programme
Mozart Symphony No 21, in A major <K 134)
NETHERLANDS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by SZYMON GOLDBERG
10.19* Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3, in c major
MARTHA ARGERICH BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO
10.47' Liszt Symphonic Poem: Orpheus
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM

Contributors

Conducted By:
Szymon Goldberg
Unknown:
Martha Argerich
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado
Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham

Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex, by DONALD MITCHELL
Liszt's piano transcriptions, by ALAN WALKER
Musical Profile: Nicolai Gedda. by ALAN BLYTH
English Cathedral Music: book review by FRANK HOWES Edited by ANNA INSTONE and JULIAN HERBAGE
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Mitchell
Unknown:
Alan Walker
Unknown:
Nicolai Gedda.
Unknown:
Alan Blyth
Review By:
Frank Howes
Edited By:
Anna Instone
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage

Last of five programmes played by the Guarneri String Quartet
Arnold Steinhardt (violin) John Dalley (violin) Michael Tree (viola) David Soyer (cello) from the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London Part 1
Quartet in b flat major, Op 18 No 6
12.25* Quartet in F minor, Op 95

Contributors

Violin:
Arnold Steinhardt
Violin:
John Dalley
Cello:
David Soyer
Unknown:
Queen Elizabeth Hall

BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader TREVOR WILLIAMS conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis
2.17* Elgar Symphony No 2, in E flat major

Contributors

Leader:
Trevor Williams
Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult
Conducted By:
Vaughan Williams Fantasia
Unknown:
Thomas Tallis

Opera in four acts Music by MASSENET Libretto by EDOUARD BLAU
PAUL MILIET , and GEORGES HARTMANN after Goethe
Sung in French: records Cast in order of singing:
FRENCH RADIO CHILDREN'S CHOIR THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES PROTRE
Scene: The neighbourhood of Frankfurt, in the 1780s
Act 1: The Bailiff's garden

Contributors

Unknown:
Edouard Blau
Unknown:
Paul Miliet
Unknown:
Georges Hartmann
Conducted By:
Georges Protre

by GEOFFREY CHAUCER
(written between 1382 and 1387) The fourth of twelve weekly dramatised readings from the new English translation by PROFESSOR NEVILL COGHILL Marius Goring as Chaucer ALEXANDER JOHN as Troilus ELIZABETH MORGAN as Criseyde GABRIEL WOOI. F as Pandarus
FRANCIS DE WOLFF as Deiphebus Produced by RAYMOND RAIRES

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Chaucer
Translation By:
Nevill Coghill
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Unknown:
Chaucer Alexander John
Unknown:
Troilus Elizabeth Morgan
Unknown:
Criseyde Gabriel Wooi.
Unknown:
Francis de Wolff
Produced By:
Raymond Raires

PHYLLIS BRYN-JULSON (soprano)
CONTEMPORARY CHAMBER ENSEMBLE conducted by ARTHUR WEISBERG Joseph Schwanter Diaphonia intervallum, for nine players
6.38* Frederic Myrow Songs from the Japanese, for soprano and chamber ensemble
6.58* John Harbison Confinement. for chamber ensemble gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano:
Phyllis Bryn-Julson
Conducted By:
Arthur Weisberg
Conducted By:
Joseph Schwanter Diaphonia
Unknown:
Frederic Myrow
Unknown:
John Harbison

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

Contributors

Comedy By:
Michael Sadler
Unknown:
Richard Briers
Unknown:
Barbara Couper
Unknown:
Zena Walker.
Music By:
David Watkins
Music By:
Mrs Gulliver
Unknown:
Madeleine Potts
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 Butter:
Aubrey Woods
Marthe Sucharnon, a Former Chess Professional:
Betty Hardy
The Vicar, a vicar:
Peter Pratt
Sainte-Claude, poète et musicien:
Georges Lambert

Second of four Programmes in which all the symphonies are being
Performed with an orchestra of the size
Beethoven knew
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by JOHN BROWN conducted by JAMES LOUGHRAN Part 1
Overture: Coriolan
8.24* Symphony No 2, in D major

Contributors

Unknown:
John Brown
Conducted By:
James Loughran

MAURICE CRANSTON , Professor of Political Science, London School of Economics, reflects on Theodore Besterman 's recently published Life of Voltaire: ' I have come to suspect that Voltaire ought not to be seen as a rationalist philosopher at all, but as an outstanding example of another 18th-century character, The Man of Feeling.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Maurice Cranston
Unknown:
Theodore Besterman

A so- i recital surveying most of his career
Composed in the 1880s and 90s: Automne: Les berceaux; Le secret: La rose: Le parfum impérissable: Arpège
Song-cycle: L'horizon chimfirique (1922)
JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone)
VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)
(The development of his songs up to La bonne chanson: 7Feb)

Contributors

Baritone:
John Shirley-Quirk
Piano:
Viola Tunnard

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