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Josef Fiala Cor anglais Concerto in E flat major HEINZ HOLLIGER
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.17* Dvorak Quintet in A minor, Op 1
MEMBERS OF THE BERLIN
PHILHARMONIC OCTET
Alfred Malecek , Emil Maas (violins)
Kunio Tsuchiya
Dieter Gerhardt (violas)
Heinrich Majowski (cello)
7.46* Smetana Symphonic Poem: Vltava (Ma vlast) CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Heinz Holliger
Conducted By:
Raymond Leppard
Unknown:
Alfred Malecek
Violins:
Emil Maas
Violins:
Kunio Tsuchiya
Violas:
Dieter Gerhardt
Cello:
Heinrich Majowski
Conducted By:
George Szell

Morning Concert: part 2 BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader REGINALD STEAD conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON and MAURICE JOHNSTONE
8.4 Berlioz Overture: The Corsair
8.13* Maurice Johnstone Tarn Hows: a Cumbrian rhapsody (conducted by the composer)
8.29* Haydn Symphony No 103, in E flat major (Drum-roll)

Contributors

Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Bryden Thomson
Conducted By:
Maurice Johnstone

Schumann Andante and Variations in B flat major
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (pianO) MALCOLM FRAGER (piano) AMARYLLIS FLEMING (cello) TERENCE WEIL (cello)
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
9.24* Spanische Liebeslieder, Op 138
LOIS MARSHALL (soprano)
REGINA SARFATY (mezzo-soprano) LEOPOLD SIMONEAU (tenor)
WILLIAM WARFIELD (baritone)
ARTHUR GOLD and ROBERT FIZDALE (piano duet) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Schumann Andante
Piano:
Malcolm Frager
Cello:
Terence Weil
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Soprano:
Lois Marshall
Mezzo-Soprano:
Regina Sarfaty
Tenor:
Leopold Simoneau
Baritone:
William Warfield
Baritone:
Arthur Gold
Baritone:
Robert Fizdale

Second of six programmes including Haydn string quartets and Brahms songs ROBERT TEAR (tenor) VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)
ENGLISH STRING QUARTET Nona Liddell (violin)
Marilyn Taylor (violin)
Marjorie Lempfert (viola) Helen Just (cello)
Haydn String Quartet in c major, Op 64 No 1 0 Brahms Liebesglut; Sonntag; Der Gang zum Liebchen;
Herbstgefiihl Brahms Five Songs, Op 49: Am Sonntag Morgen; An ein Veilchen; Sehnsucht; Wiegenlied; Abenddammerung

Contributors

Violin:
Nona Liddell
Violin:
Marilyn Taylor
Viola:
Marjorie Lempfert
Unknown:
Herbstgefiihl Brahms

Auret Stroe Fragment d'un proces sonore, for two pianos, flute, and percussion
Tomasz Sikorski Diaphonie , for two pianos
WARSAW AD NOVUM ENSEMBLE
(Recording by courtesy of South-West German Radio)
Roman Haubenstock - Ramati Symphony ' K '
AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by MILAN HORVAT (Recording made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio) Jos Kunst Arboreal
Azio Corghi ' ... in fieri UTRECHT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL HUPPERTS
(Recording made available by courtesy of Netherlands Radio) (All first broadcasts in this country)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tomasz Sikorski Diaphonie
Conducted By:
Milan Horvat
Conducted By:
Paul Hupperts

Ape or Apex
4: The Language Gap
Does his language separate man from the other animals? What do we know about language as a part of behaviour? DONALD HOLMS talks to experts in animal behaviour and linguistics, including PROFESSOR RICHARD ANDREW of the University Of Sussex. PROFESSOR M. HALLIDAY of University College,
London, and DR j. MARSHALL of the University of Edinburgh. Produced by ROBIN BRIGHTWELL

Contributors

Produced By:
Robin Brightwell

Popular music is no new phenomenon, but ' pop ' is The description applies not only to the music but to the whole scene which accompanies it. This series of 10 programmes surveys the evolution of pop music from the 1950s to the present day. 1: Early Days
BOB YOUNGlooks at some of the musical styles which provide the background to the sudden explosion of interest in teen age music in the mid-1950s. Producer DAVID EPPS ‡

From the Roval Albert Hall London

John Lill (piano) Gervase Die Pever (clarinet)
BBC Training Orchestra, concert-master Peter Mountain, conductor Meredith Davies

Beethoven Overture: Egmont

7.46* Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1, in D flat (conducted by Michael Rose)

8.9* Haydn Symphony No 164, in D major (The London)

Contributors

Pianist:
John Lill
Clarinettist:
Gervase Die Pever
Musicians:
BBC Training Orchestra
Concert-master:
Peter Mountain
Conductor:
Meredith Davies
Conductor:
Michael Rose

talks about Derby
Arthur Christiansen , the great editor of the Daily Express, would say to writers of sentences with adjectives ' Will they understand that in Derby? ' Was it an insult or a compliment? Ray Gosling has been watching the town: ordinary, Midland, not very attractive, but very English. The kind we like to keep hidden.

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Christiansen
Unknown:
Ray Gosling

by SYLVÈRE MONOD, Professor of English Literature in the University of Paris at the Sorbonne
My firm belief is that Dickens is a very visible figure in the eyes of most Frenchmen, more so indeed than any other English writer of the past, with the single exception of Shakespeare.
Dickens died on 9 June 1870. Through his life he had an intimate liking for the land of Britain's hereditary foe. In this centenary year of his death. Professor Monod asks: what is the French view of Dickens? And, as a Frenchman, he gives his own appreciation of the man and his work.

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