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Ibert Divertissement
Soloists of the London Philharmonic Orchestra
conducted by Leonard Salzedo
8.21* Scharwenka Piano Concerto No 2
Michael Ponti
Hamburg Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Richard Kapp

Contributors

Musicians:
Soloists of the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Leonard Salzedo
Pianist:
Michael Ponti
Musicians:
Hamburg Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Richard Kapp

Cantata No 152
AGNES GLEBEL (soprano) JACQUES VILLISECH (bass) ENSEMBLE directed by GUSTAV LEONHARDT Albinoni Violin Concerto in B flat, Op 10 No 1
ROBERTO MICHELUCCI , I MUSICI Cantata No 65
GEORG JELDEN (tenor) JAKOB STAMPFLI (bass)
BARMEN-GEMARKE CHOIR AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by HELMUT KAHLH OFER
(gramophone records)

Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas, by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
Strauss's Salome: WILLIAM MANN
Musical Profile: Beaux Arts Trio by JOHN AMIS
Bartok and his Letters: book review by ANDREW PORTER
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Hogwood
Unknown:
William Mann
Unknown:
John Amis
Review By:
Andrew Porter
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage

Fantasy-opera in one act by Kurt Weill
Text by Ivan Goll
Orchestral score reconstructed by Gunther Sschuller and Noam Sheriff
(first broadcast in this country)
Rotterdam Conservatoire Chorus
Hague Residentie Orchestra
conducted by Gary Bertini

(Recording from the 1971 Holland Festival made available by Netherlands Radio)
(Weill's opera Der Silbersee: Thurs, 2.0; a concert of Weill's music: tomorrow, 7.30)

Contributors

Composer:
Kurt Weill
Text by:
Ivan Goll
Orchestrated by:
Gunther Schuller
Orchestrated by:
Noam Sheriff
Singers:
Rotterdam Conservatoire Chorus
Musicians:
Hague Residentie Orchestra
Conductor:
Gary Bertini
Dejanira:
Hanneke van Bork
The Husband:
Lieuwe Visser
Yesterday's Lover:
Meinard Kraak
Tomorrow's Innamorato:
John Van Kesteren
The Young Fisherman:
Werner Gotz
The Old Fisherman:
Floris Rommerts
Soprano solo:
Maria Boender

First programme of a prolonged series
George Malcolm (harpsichord) 1 A major (L 258); A major (L 483) c sharp minor I L 256)
E major (L 23); B major a 450) E major (L 21); A major a 342) D major (L 415)

Contributors

Harpsichord:
George Malcolm

Septet in E flat major, Op 20 LONDON ENSEMBLE ‡
Antony Pay (clarinet)
David Ivan Grey (horn) Martin Gatt (bassoon)
Erich Gruenberg (violin) Kenneth Essex i viola) William Pleeth (cello)
Keith Majoram (double-bass)

Contributors

Clarinet:
Antony Pay
Horn:
David Ivan Grey
Bassoon:
Martin Gatt
Violin:
Erich Gruenberg
Cello:
William Pleeth
Double-Bass:
Keith Majoram

Andrew Davis (harpsichord continuo) Monteverdi Orchestra, leader Sylvia Cleaver, conductor John Eliot Gardiner

Rameau Suite: Dardanus
Goehr Little Symphony
Tippett Divertimento for chamber orchestra (Sellinger's Round)

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Andrew Davis
Musicians:
Monteverdi Orchestra
Leader:
Sylvia Cleaver
Conductor:
John Eliot Gardiner

Hans Keller writes: 'This concert of his chamber music will include the first performance of what I think is the musically authentic version of the Adagio and Fugue in c minor.'
String Quartet in E flat (k 428) Sonata in C, for piano duet (K 521)
Adagio (string quartet) and Fugue (two pianos) in C minor (K 546 and K 426 respectively)
Sonata in D, for two pianos (K 448)
String Quintet in E flat (K 614)
GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
With KENNETH ESSEX (viola) LIZA FUCHSOVA (piano)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)

Contributors

Musicians:
Gabrieli String Quartet
Violaist:
Kenneth Essex
Pianist:
Liza Fuchsova
Pianist:
Paul Hamburger

by RACINE
Translated and Introduced by JOHN EDMUNDS with Barbara Jefford
Prunella Scales , Martin Jarvis and John Moffatt
Bajazet is based on a true story. It is set in the harem of the Turkish Sultan Murad about 1635 and the action is continuous. When a dramatist observes the classical Unity ot- Time (as Shakespeare does only in The Tempest). he shows us the final day in a situation that has been developing over many years, and we must bear with him during the first few minutes while "is characters, ostensibly in natural conversation, inform Us of the events that have led up to this moment of crisis
Producer CHRISTOPHER VENNING 'John Moffatt is a National Theatre Player)

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Edmunds
Unknown:
Barbara Jefford
Unknown:
Prunella Scales
Unknown:
Martin Jarvis
Unknown:
John Moffatt
Unknown:
Sultan Murad
Producer:
Christopher Venning
Producer:
John Moffatt
Achmet, Grand Vizir:
John Moffatt
Osmin, confidant to Achmet:
Rodney Diak
Roxana Sultaness, favourite of Murad:
Barbara Jefford
Atahda. daughter of the Blood Royal of the Ottomans:
Prunella Scales
Zaïra, slave and confidante to Atalida:
Eva Stuart
Bajazet brother of the Sultan Murad:
Martin Jarvis
Zatima, slave and confidante to Roxana:
Katherine Parr

by Nicholas Danby from the Lyons Concert Hall, York University

Krebs Toccata and Fugue in E major
Pachelbel Ciacona in F minor
Johann Christian Kittel Preludes: E flat major; F minor
Meck Concerto in B minor (arr Walther)

Contributors

Organist:
Nicholas Danby

(died 24 July 1971)
First of four commemorative programmes to be broadcast this week
Theme and Variations
SYDNEY HUMPHREYS (violin)
RAYMOND KEENLYSIDE (violin)
10.40* Sonata
LEVON CHILINGIRIAN (violin) CLIFFORD BENSON (piano)
10.58* Suite
ROBLES TRIO
Christopher Hyde-Smith (flute) John Underwood (viola) Marisa Robles (harp)
11.9* Theme and Variations (String Quartet No 1) ALBERNI STRING QUARTET Howard Davis (violin) John Knight (violin) Berian Evans (viola) Gregory Baron (cello) (gramophone record)
11.21* Concertante
LEVON CHILINGIRIAN (violin) CLIFFORD BENSON (piano)

Contributors

Violin:
Raymond Keenlyside
Violin:
Levon Chilingirian
Piano:
Clifford Benson
Unknown:
Robles Trio
Viola:
John Underwood
Harp:
Marisa Robles
Unknown:
Alberni String Quartet
Violin:
Howard Davis
Violin:
John Knight
Viola:
Berian Evans
Cello:
Gregory Baron
Violin:
Levon Chilingirian
Piano:
Clifford Benson

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