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Boieldieu Overture: Zoraine and Zulnar ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE

7.15* Reinecke Flute Concerto in D major, Op 283 JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL
BAMBERG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THEODORE GUSCHLBAUER

7.37* Mozart Symphony No 33, in B flat (K 319)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN

(gramophone records)

A record request programme Elgar Sea Pictures
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI
Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor
JASCHA HEIFETZ CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by WALTER HENDL

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano:
Janet Baker
Conducted By:
Sir John Barbirolli
Unknown:
Jascha Heifetz Chicago
Conducted By:
Walter Hendl

JOHN BINGHAM (piano) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader COLIN STAVELEY conducted by ANDREW DAVIS Part 1
Overture: Prometheus
11.15* Piano Concerto No 4, In G major
11.55* Talk: Paul Hamburger on the ' Eroica '
12.5* Beethoven: part 2
Symphony No 3. in E flat major (Eroica)

Contributors

Piano:
John Bingham
Leader:
Colin Staveley
Conducted By:
Andrew Davis
Unknown:
Paul Hamburger

Opera in two acts Music by Rossini
Libretto by JACOPO FERRETTI (sung in Italian)
(gramophone records)
Cast in order of singing: (mezzo-soprano)
SCOTTISH OPERA CHORUS
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO
The scene is set in Don Magnifico's home and at a palace nearby. Act 1
2.45* Desmond Shawe-Taylor discusses Cenerentola and some of its interpreters.
3.0* La Cenerentola Act 2

Contributors

Unknown:
Jacopo Ferretti
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado
Unknown:
Desmond Shawe-Taylor
Daughters of Don Magnificoand half-sisters to Cinderella:ClOrinda:
Margherita Guglielmi
LAURA:
Zannini
Angelina, known as Cenerentola (Cinderella), step-daughter to Don Magnifico:
Teresa Berganza
Alidoro, a philosopher, and tutor to Prince Ramiro:
Ugo Trama (bass)
Don Magnifico, an impoverished:
Paolo Montarsolo (bass)
Ramiro, Prince of Salerno:
Luigi Alva (tenor)
Dandinl, his valet:
Renato Capecchi (baritone)

from Coventry Cathedral with a choir of boys and young men drawn from churches, colleges and schools affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music
Directed by JOHN BERTALOT Organist SIMON LINDLEY
Introit: Sing we merrily (Batten)
Responses (Thomas Tomkins ) Psalm 148 (Revised Psalter)
Lessons: 2 Chronicles 29, vv 25-30: Revelation 5, vv 11-14 Canticles (Kelly in c)
Anthem: Cantantibus organls (Philips)
Hymns (A and M rev): Aneel voices ever singing (246); 0 praise ye the Lordl (376)

Contributors

Directed By:
John Bertalot
Organist:
Simon Lindley
Unknown:
Thomas Tomkins

Introduced by Derek Jewell
"It's easy to talk about new sounds and the generation gap and drugs - music and psychedelia... the truth about pop today is rather more involved and certainly more interesting..."
gramophone records

6.0 Stock Market Report; Programme News

Contributors

Presenter:
Derek Jewell

A sequence of music for the early evening played this week by LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by RICHARD ARMSTRONG BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN CAREWE with artists on records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Richard Armstrong
Conducted By:
John Carewe

direct from the Royal Albert Hall London Part 1
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ELI GOREN conducted by Colin Davis
Sibelius Symphony No 4, in A minor

Contributors

Leader:
Eli Goren
Conducted By:
Colin Davis
Conducted By:
Sibelius Symphony

by W. M. S. RUSSELL
We have come to believe that women tend to live longer than men. The data for this belief have come largely from the USA and the UK. Dr Russell and his wife Claire. from the Sociology Department at Reading University, have looked very closely into the facts, and they find that the whole question of lifespans is far more complex than generally supposed. Dr Russell explains some of the implications.

Contributors

Unknown:
W. M. S. Russell

8: Structures of Belief by MICHAEL LANE , Lecturer In Sociology at the University of Essex
Drawing on the insights of contemporary structuralists such as Claude Levi-Strauss and Noam Chomsky. Michael Lane asks whether hierarchical ways of ordering experience are embedded in men's minds. Series producer LEONIE COHN

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Lane
Unknown:
Claude Levi-Strauss
Unknown:
Noam Chomsky.
Unknown:
Michael Lane

ANTHONY THWAITE introduces a personal selection of Donne's verse to mark the quatercentenary of his birth. This evening he concentrates on the Divine poems.
Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Introduces:
Anthony Thwaite
Reader:
Hugh Dickson
Producer:
George MacBeth

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

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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