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A record request programme Bach Concerto in A minor RICHARD ADENEY (flute)
GRANVILLE JONES (violin)
THURSTON DART (harpsichord) who also directs the PHILOMUSICA OF LONDON
8.27* Vivaldi Beatus vir
ROME POLYPHONIC ENSEMBLE
VIRTUOSI DI ROMA conducted by RENATO FASANO

Contributors

Unknown:
Vivaldi Beatus
Conducted By:
Renato Fasano

Verdi
Excerpts from his opera Otello RAMON VINAY , HERVA NELLI NAN MERRIMAN
VIRGIONIO ASSANDRI
ARTHUR NEWMAN , NICOLA MOSCONA NBC CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Ramon Vinay
Unknown:
Herva Nelli
Unknown:
Nan Merriman
Unknown:
Virgionio Assandri
Unknown:
Arthur Newman
Conducted By:
Arturo Toscanini

Bartok - Village Scenes, for women's voices and small orchestra
Endre Szekely - 'Musica notturna
Gyor Girls' Chorus
Budapest Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Andras Mihaly
(Recording made available by courtesy of Hungarian Radio)

Kodaly - Sonata, Op 4
Thomas Igloi (cello) Antony Saunders (piano)
Pascal - Bentoiu Simfonie (first broadcast in this country)
Cluj Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Erich Bergel
(Recording made available by courtesy of Romanian Radio)

Contributors

Singers:
Gyor Girls' Choir
Musicians:
Budapest Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Andras Mihaly
Cellist:
Thomas Igloi
Pianist:
Antony Saunders
Piano:
Pascal Bentoiu
Musicians:
Cluj Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Erich Bergel

The second of 11 programmes in which distinguished musicians discuss. and in some cases perform, music ior which they have a special affection
Today Hugh Wood
A group of Schubert songs, IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano)
(Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Tickets from [address removed], enclosing SAE. Next week: Robert Simpson )

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Wood
Piano:
Jennifer Partridge
Unknown:
Robert Simpson

Milhaud Suite d'apres Corrette, for wind trio
Blather Divertimento for four woodwind
Schubert Fruhlingstraum; Auf der Bruck
Gdl Duet for cello and bassoon Wolf Fussreise: Blumengruss; Der Rattenfanger
György Ranki Penthaerophonia, for wind quintet
RONALD MORRISON (baritone) BERNARD SUMNER (piano) LENNOX ENSEMBLE

Contributors

Baritone:
Ronald Morrison
Piano:
Bernard Sumner

from Salisbury Cathedral
Responses I Humphrey Clucas) Psalms 69 and 70 (Turle, Bennett)
Lessons: Job 6: Hebrews 2 Canticles (Darke in F)
Anthem: Jesu, lover of my soul (Walter Stanton )
Choirmaster and Organist RICHARD SEAL
Assistant Choirmaster and Organist MICHAEL SMITH

Contributors

Choirmaster:
Walter Stanton
Organist:
Michael Smith

To celebrate the centenary of the birth of Willem Mengelberg today's programme consists of two of his recordings made With the AMSTERDAM CONCERTGE-BOUW ORCHESTRA: part of Bach's St Matthew Passion and Brahms's First Symphony, both recorded at public concerts in 1939 and 1940. Records chosen by the under-20s, introduced by CHRISTOPHER HOG WOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Willem Mengelberg
Introduced By:
Christopher Hog Wood

6.30 Wiedersehen in Ansburg
A 20-lesson follow-up course to ReisebiXro Atlas for listeners who want to increase their knowledge of colloquial German 2: Klaus hat eine Oberraschung Broadcast script and production by EDITH R. BAER
(Rptd: Saturday, 11.0 am, R4)
7.0 pm The Story of the Pill
A four-part case-history in research and development presented by PAUL VAUGHAN
2: The Right Man at the Right Time
Gregory Pincus can be regarded as The Father of the Contraceptive Pill.' His background and abilities enabled him, against considerable medical and moral opposition, to develop oral contraceptives to the point where they could be manufactured and marketed. Producer ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
7.0-7.30 VHF Open University: see Radio 3 VHF on this page

Contributors

Production By:
Edith R. Baer
Unknown:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Gregory Pincus
Producer:
Robin Brightwell

Introduced by Jeremy Noble
This edition includes:
Comment on the production of Lulu by the Welsh National Opera, with Frank Marcus discussing the relationship between Wedekind's play and Berg's opera
A report by Oleg Kerensky on new ballets on tour and Maurice Bejart 's Nijinsky - Clown of God. which has just opened in Brussels
Stephen Walsh on Tetrad by David Rowland, performed by the Fires of London
Criticism of Letters of Giuseppe Verdi, selected, edited and translated by Charles Osborne, and Prokofiev by Claude Samuel, translated by Miriam John
Producer PATRICIA BRENT

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jeremy Noble
Unknown:
Frank Marcus
Unknown:
Oleg Kerensky
Unknown:
Maurice Bejart
Unknown:
David Rowland.
Unknown:
Giuseppe Verdi.
Translated By:
Charles Osborne
Unknown:
Claude Samuel
Translated By:
Miriam John
Translated By:
Patricia Brent

From the Royail Festival Hall
London
SHEILA ARMSTRONG (soprano) GERALDENGLISH (tenor)
SIEGMUND NIMSGERN (baritone) BBC CHORUS
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conductor PIERRE BOULEZ Part 1
Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka
Varese Nocturnal (first performance in this country)

Contributors

Leader:
Bela Dekany
Conductor:
Pierre Boulez

1: Hagiwara Sakutaro
GRAEME WILSON introduces and reads some of his own translations of work by a major 20th-century Japanese poet. He concentrates on the last poems, which bring Hagiwara s particular brand of intensity to a sharp point of agony,
(Thurs, 21 Oct: Muro Saisei )

Contributors

Unknown:
Hagiwara Sakutaro
Introduces:
Graeme Wilson
Unknown:
Muro Saisei

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