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Carl Stamitz Sinfonia Concertante in 0 SUSANNE LAUTENBACHER (violin) ERNST WALLFISCH (viola) STUTTGART SOLOISTS
7.24* Haydn Symphony No 47
RADIO ZAGREB SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTONIO JANIGRO
7.46* Beethoven Overture: The Consecration of the House
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HANS SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Carl Stamitz
Violin:
Susanne Lautenbacher
Conducted By:
Antonio Janigro
Conducted By:
Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt

Morning Concert: part 2
8.5 Brahms Academic Festival Overture (conducted by JOHN ELIOT GARDINER )
8.17* Prokofiev Symphonic Suite: Lieutenant Kije
8.39* Haydn Symphony No 88 (conducted by Gardiner) BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conductor BRYDEN THOMSON

Contributors

Conducted By:
John Eliot Gardiner
Conductor:
Bryden Thomson

Palestrina and Victoria
Victoria Litaniae de Beata Virgine Maria: choir OF
ST JOHNS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE conducted by GEORGE GUEST
9.14* Victoria Lamentations of Jeremiah: SCUOLA DI CHIESA conducted by JOHN HORAN
9.37* Palestrina Stabat mater CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
George Guest
Unknown:
Scuola Di Chiesa
Conducted By:
John Horan
Conducted By:
Palestrina Stabat
Conducted By:
David Willcocks

ELISABETH HOLDEN (Contralto) JAMES WALKER (piano) JOHN BRADBURY (violin) EIRA WEST (piano)
Rubbra Three Psalms, Op 61
Debussy Sonata for violin and piano
Britten A Charm of Lullabies
Prokofiev Sonata No 2, in D, for violin and piano

Contributors

Contralto:
Elisabeth Holden
Violin:
John Bradbury

Millocker, Zeller and Strauss
LILI SAUTER (soprano)
SIGURD BJORNSSON (tenor) and orchestras from the Continent
(Recordings made available by courtesy of West German and Austrian Radios)

Contributors

Soprano:
Lili Sauter
Tenor:
Sigurd Bjornsson

England v Pakistan rhird rest Match it Headingley Second day
Ball-by-ball commentaries by JOHN ARLOTT , BRIAN JOHNSTON and NEIL DURDEN-SMITH with comments and summaries by TREVOR BAILEY and KHAN MOHAMMED
Close-of play summary by E. W. SWANTON
11.25-1.35*
1.35*1.40* News
1.50-1.55 Lunchtime Scoreboard
2.10*-4.20* and 4.30*-6.37
On days when a Test Match is scheduled, but it is known at close of play the day before that there will be no play, normal Radio 3 music programmes will be broadcast. On days when play finishes early or is abandoned at any time after it has begun, normal Radio 3 music programmes will resume approximately one hour after play has ceased.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Arlott
Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Unknown:
Neil Durden-Smith
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey
Unknown:
Khan Mohammed
Unknown:
E. W. Swanton

Perspective
A programme on the arts
13: The all-embracing screen
In his new film Sunday. Bloody Sunday John Schlesinger treats the triangle situation in a way that would have been unthinkable in a public medium only a few years ago. Are today's film-makers working on the frontiers of what is acceptable or merely responding to greater public broadmindedness? Is there likely to be a return to romance and nostalgia?
Dilys Powell discusses with JOHN TREVELYAN and KAREL REISZ the current range of themes in the cinema.
Produced by EDITH R. BAER â€
(Rptd: Saturday. 11.30 am. R4)

6.40-7.10 VHF Open University: sec Radio 3 VHF on facing page

7.10 Music in the Theatre
Three programmes which examine the function and importance of music in productions of Shakespeare's plays 2: Cakes and Ale
JOHN STEVENS shows how deeply integrated into the whole living organism of the play a song can be ' and describes how. in holding a mirror up to Nature, Shakespeare uses music as a symptom of people's character.
Produced by DAVID EPPS

Contributors

Unknown:
John Schlesinger
Unknown:
Dilys Poweli.
Unknown:
John Trevelyan
Unknown:
Karel Reisz
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer
Unknown:
John Stevens
Produced By:
David Epps

by THE REV REGINALD ASKEW
In his famous lectures on Psychical Research the - late C D. Broad suggested that he would be more annoyed than surprised to find himself in some sense persisting immediately after the death of his body. Mr Askew examines this unusual animus and its intelligibility.

Contributors

Unknown:
Reginald Askew
Unknown:
D. Broad
Unknown:
Mr Askew

by FRANCIS BERRY
In his new play the poet allows the modern tourist's Taj Mahal to evoke - the drama of its creators. with AMRIT GAJJAR (sitar)
Producer CHRISTOPHER HOLME (Ronald Pickup is a National Theatre player)

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Berry
Unknown:
Amrit Gajjar
Producer:
Christopher Holme
Shah Jahan:
Ronald Pickup
Mumtaz:
Mary Wimbush
Guide:
Garard Green

Messiaen: Oiseaux exotiques
David Lumsdaine: Looking-glass Music
Evening Raga: Misrashivaranjani (Tala: Rupak-Tintal)
Messiaen: Couleurs de la cité celeste
Ronald Lumsden (piano) London Sinfonietta conductor David Atherton, Philip Jones Brass Quintet, Nikhil Banerjee (sitar) Kanai Dutta (tablar)
(David Atherton broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)

Contributors

Piano:
Ronald Lumsden
Musicians:
LOndon Sinfonietta
Conductor:
David Atherton
Musicians:
Philip Jones Brass Quintet
Sitar:
Nikhil Banerjee
Tablar:
Kanai Dutta

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