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sneldOverture: Rosina
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
7.13* Mozart Piano Concerto No 8, in c (K 246) VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ
7.36* Beethoven String Trio in D, Op 9 No 2
ITALIAN STRING TRIO

Contributors

Conducted By:
Richard Bonynge
Conducted By:
Istvan Kertesz

Morning Concert; part 2
8.5 Chopin Variations on Lit u darem la mano
ALEXIS WEISSENBERG (piano)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA conducted by STANISLAW SKKOWACZEWSKI
8.20* Mendelssohn Symphony No 11, in F: I Musici gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Stanislaw Skkowaczewski

BERLIN OCTET
Bernd Benker (violin)
Christian Mencke (violin) Helmut Lochel (viola) Rolf Dbhler (cello) Barbara Sanderling (double-bass)
Berthold Bayer (clarinet) Fritz Finsch (bassoon) Kurt Palm (horn)
Siegfried Thiele Octet (1966) (first broadcast in this country) Schubert Octet in F major
(Recording made available by courtesy of East German Radio)

Contributors

Violin:
Bernd Benker
Viola:
Helmut Lochel
Cello:
Rolf Dbhler
Double-Bass:
Barbara Sanderling
Clarinet:
Berthold Bayer
Bassoon:
Fritz Finsch
Horn:
Kurt Palm

Erich Gruenberg (violin) Bach Partita in E major (s 1000)
Bartok Sonata
(A series of public concerts from St John's, Smith Square, London, SW1. Tickets 371p obtainable at the door)
plays Beethoven's
Bagatelles, Op 126; Schubert's Sonata in A minor (D 784); and Schubert's piano pieces (D 946))

Contributors

Violin:
Erich Gruenberg

Webern Passacaglia, Op 1
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MAX RUDOLF
2.11* Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor RUDOLF SERK1N CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL
2.59* Mozart Symphony No 33, in a flat (K 319)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Max Rudolf
Conducted By:
George Szell
Conducted By:
Daniel Barenboim

Nachtgang; 0 warst du mein; Wozu noch Madchen; Ruhe, meine Seele: Ach, weh' mir ungliickhaftem Mann; Gefunden; Blindenklage; Im Spat-boot; Mit deinen blauen Augen; Ich liebe dich RICHARD ANGAS (baSS)
PETER PETTINGER (piano)

Second in a weekly series Part 1
Bartok Sonata for two pianos and percussion
JOHN OGDON (piano)
BRENDA LUCAS (piano)
TRISTAN FRY (percussion)
JAMES HOLLAND (percussion)
(Part of a 1969 Promenade Concert)
4.23* Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra
MOSCOW CHAMBER ORCHESTRA and BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conducted by RUDOLF BAHSHAI (gramophone record)

Contributors

Piano:
John Ogdon
Piano:
Brenda Lucas
Conducted By:
Rudolf Bahshai

CENTRAL BAND OF THE ROYAL AIR FORCE
(by permission of the Air Defence Board of the Defence Council) conducted by WING COMMANDER R. E. C. DAVIES
Organising Director of Music Shostakovich Festival Overture Rimsky-Korsakov Processional - March (Mlada)
Rimsky-Korsakov Trombone Concerto: JOE STOTT
Prokofiev, art Paul Yoder March, Op 99
Prokofiev, arr Howard Cable Train Ride (Winter Holiday)
Knipper Cavalry of the Steppes

Contributors

Unknown:
R. E. C. Davies
Unknown:
Joe Stott
Unknown:
Paul Yoder
Unknown:
Knipper Cavalry

A second-year French course of 25 lessons written by JOHN ROSS and MADELEINE LE CUNFF Of the University of Essex Programme 21
Presented by CATHERINE GRAHAM and LOUIS BLONCOURT , with FAULETTE FRENEY and ANDRE MARANNC
Produced by ALAN WILDING
(Rptd: Saturday, 10.30 am, R4) (For publication see page 13)

Contributors

Written By:
John Ross
Written By:
Madeleine Le Cunff
Presented By:
Catherine Graham
Presented By:
Louis Bloncourt
Unknown:
Faulette Freney
Unknown:
Andre Marannc
Produced By:
Alan Wilding

A guide to selling abroad 8: West Germany (2) and Austria
Introduced by HENRY DESCHAMPSNEUFS. Chairman of the Institute of Export with HEINZ BRUNNER
AUGUST DENCKER . HANS SICK PAUL HENDERSON SCOTT WILHELM PATTERMANN and HANS MUHLBACHER
Written by Douglas TOOKEY of Ashridge Management College Language practice introduced by ILSE singer, with WALTER HERTNER and MICHAEL WOLF
Produced by EDITH R. BAER
7.0-7.30 VHF Open University: see Radio 3 VHF on this page

Contributors

Introduced By:
Henry Deschampsneufs.
Unknown:
Heinz Brunner
Unknown:
August Dencker
Unknown:
Hans Sick
Unknown:
Paul Henderson Scott
Unknown:
Wilhelm Pattermann
Unknown:
Hans Muhlbacher
Written By:
Douglas Tookey
Unknown:
Walter Hertner
Unknown:
Michael Wolf
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer

by THE REV PAUL KINGDON
The new Divorce Reform Act has been in operation since 1 January. Its provisions make even more acute the clash between the laws of the State and the discipline of the Anglican Church regarding the indissolubility of marriage. But what, precisely, are the legal rights of the individual here: and what thinking lies behind the Church's present attitude? +

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Kingdon

Introduced and sung by ALAN JONES (baritone) with JOHN CONSTABLE (harpsichord) Gather ye rosebuds: Upp, ladyes up; Wheiles I this standing lake; Erly in the morne; Thou that excellest; Venus to her Adonis: Can bewtyes spring: Ye fiends and furies; Why so pale: Still to be neate: The Cuttpurse song; Oh, my Clarissa: Amarilis
(John Constable broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden)
(Radio Times People: page 4)

Contributors

Baritone:
Alan Jones
Unknown:
John Constable

The Northumberland poet Basil Bunting , whose earlier reading in Radio 3 of Wordsworth's poem The Brothers was hailed as a masterpiece of insight and sympathetic interpretation. introduces and reads an even more famous poem. Once again he uses the same North British accent, which he believes to be more appropriate to the poet's style than the standard Southern voice frequently used by actors,

Contributors

Unknown:
Basil Bunting

BBC Radio 3

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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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