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Parry An English Suite
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
7.27* Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor: JASCHA HEIFETZ RCA ORCHESTRA conducted by WALTER HENDL
7.48* Berlioz Royal Hunt and Storm (The Trojans)
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA, COVENT GARDEN conducted by COLIN DAVIS gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult
Unknown:
Jascha Heifetz
Conducted By:
Walter Hendl
Conducted By:
Colin Davis

Schumann Overture: Faust
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER
8.15* Fauré Ballade for piano and orchestra: JOHN OGDON
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS FRÉMAUX
8.* Rimsky-Korsakov Symphony No 1. in E minor: Moscow RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by BORIS KHAIKIN gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Otto Klemperer
Unknown:
John Ogdon
Conducted By:
Louis Frémaux
Conducted By:
Boris Khaikin

Mozart Fantasia in F minor (K 608) NOEL RAWSTHORNE (organ)
9.18* Mass in c (The Coronation) (k 317): WILMA LIPP (sop) CHRISTA LUDWIG (mezzo-soprano) MURRAY DICKIE (tenor) WALTER BERRY (baSS) VIENNA ORATORIO CHOIR
VIENNA PRO MUSICA ORCHESTRA conducted by JASCHA HORENSTEIN gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Mozart Fantasia
Unknown:
Wilma Lipp
Mezzo-Soprano:
Christa Ludwig
Bass:
Walter Berry
Conducted By:
Jascha Horenstein

On 12 October 1872 Ralph Vaughan Williams was born. This centenary series features music written in England during his lifetime - period sometimes called ' The English Renaissance'. This week. choral music dating from Victorian times to Benjamin Brit ten in the 1950s.
ELIZABETHAN SINGERS conductor HERRICK BUNNEY
With STEUART BEDFORD (piano) Victorian Part Songs:
Frederick Bridge The goslings Barnby Sweet and low
Pinsuti Goodnight beloved
Callcott To all you ladies now on land
Sullivan The long day closes Part Songs:
Warlock Benedicamus Domino: All the flowers of the spring: The first mercy: The spring of the year: As dew in Aprylle
Britten Ballad of little Musgrave and Lady Barnard

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Unknown:
Benjamin Brit

Schoenberg Piano Concerto, Op 42
Earle Brown From here
Bruno Maderna Quadrivium , for percussion and orchestra ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
ROLAND ALTMANN. GERALD FROMME
KEIKO FROMME , RUDOLF WIMMER (percussion)
AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by BRUNO MADERNA
(Recording made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruno Maderna Quadrivium
Piano:
Alfred Brendel
Piano:
Roland Altmann.
Piano:
Gerald Fromme
Piano:
Keiko Fromme
Piano:
Rudolf Wimmer
Conducted By:
Bruno Maderna

(soprano) with RICHARD NUNN (piano)
Strauss Einerlei ; Das Bachlein ; Gluckes genug: Hat gesagt
Schumann Marienwiirmchen ; Melancholie; Auftrage; Mondnacht
Schubert Die Vogel: Nacht und Traume; Abendrothe

Contributors

Piano:
Richard Nunn
Piano:
Strauss Einerlei
Piano:
Das Bachlein
Unknown:
Schumann MarienwiirmcHen

played by DAVID SANGER at a public recital given in the church of St Thomas the Martyr. Newcastle upon Tyne, in November 1971
Reger Introduction and Passacagtia in F minor, Op 63 Nos 5 and 6 Bach Schiibler Chorale Preludes (BWV 645-650)
Liszt Prelude and Fugue on BACH

Contributors

Played By:
David Sanger

THE LONDON ENSEMBLE Derek Wickens (oboe) Antony Pay (clarinet)
Ivan David Gray (horn) Martin Gatt (bassoon)
Erich Gruenberg (violin) Kenneth Essex (viola) William Pleeth (cello)
Keith Marjoram (double-bass) with DANIEL ADNI (piano) Part 1
Beethoven Quintet in E flat. Op 16. for oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon and piano
Mozart Trio in E flat for clarinet. viola and piano (K 498)
4.35* Talk: Hans Gal on how Schubert wrote the original song The Trout, and how he came to use the melodies in a larger work.
4.50* Concert: part 2
Schubert Quintet in A (The Trouti. for piano, string trio and double-bass
(A public concert given in the Dome. Brighton, as part of the Brighton Festival on 11 May)

Contributors

Oboe:
Derek Wickens
Horn:
Ivan David Gray
Violin:
Erich Gruenberg
Cello:
William Pleeth
Double-Bass:
Keith Marjoram
Unknown:
Hans Gal

6.30 New Directions in Science Teaching
2: Destinations
A discussion, chaired by DR DAVID EDGE , on whether science education should be a training in scientific method, a preparation for industry or a course in social responsibility,
7.0 Innovation and Exploitation Six case studies in the manufacture and marketing of new products
2: Natural or Not
ANDREW ROBERTSON Of the Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University investigates the development of artificial leathers and the prospects for other leather substitutes.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr David Edge
Unknown:
Andrew Robertson

direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
J. Downes, who died in 1710, wrote in Roscius Anglicanus of the first performance in 1691: 'King Arthur was excellently adorned with scenes and machines. The musical part set by famous Mr Henry Purcell : and dances made by Mr Jo Priest. The play and the music pleased the Court and City, and being well performed, 'twas very gainful to the company.'
Josephine Barstow (soprano) Norma Burrowes (soprano) Elizabeth Gale (soprano) Robert Tear (tenor)
Denis Dowling (baritone) David Hartley (baritone) Benjamin Luxon (baritone)
Michael Rippon (bass-baritone) Bernard Richards (cello continuo) Steuart Bedford (harpsichord continuo) Michael Laird (trumpet) Iaan Wilson (trumpet)
English Opera Group Chorus, English Chamber Orchestra, leader Jose-Luis Garcia, conducted by Philip Ledger

Act 1
8.35* Talk: Michael Greenhalgh discusses aspects of the collaboration between Dryden and Purcell in King Arthur.
8.55* Proms 72: part 2 Purcell: King Arthur Act 2

(This Week's Proms: page 21)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Soprano:
Josephine Barstow
Soprano:
Norma Burrowes
Soprano:
Elizabeth Gale
Tenor:
Robert Tear
Baritone:
Denis Dowling
Baritone:
David Hartley
Baritone:
Benjamin Luxon
Bass-Baritone:
Michael Rippon
Cellist:
Bernard Richards
Harpsichordist:
Steuart Bedford
Trumpeter:
Michael Laird
Trumpeter:
Iaan Wilson
Singers:
English Opera Chorus
Musicians:
English Chamber Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
Jose-Luis Garcia
Conductor:
Philip Ledger
Presenter (Talk):
Michael Greenhalgh

GEORGE. MACBETH introduces new poems by ROY BENNETT , JOHN DANIEL GAVIN EWART
JEAN OVERTON FULLER
LOLA HASKINS , DAVID IGNATOW ALASDAIR MACLEAN
ALAN MARSHFIELD
SIMON RICHEY , JAMES SIMMONS and d. THOMAS read by the authors themselves

Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Bennett
Unknown:
John Daniel
Unknown:
Gavin Ewart
Unknown:
Jean Overton Fuller
Unknown:
Lola Haskins
Unknown:
David Ignatow
Unknown:
Alasdair MacLean
Unknown:
Alan Marshfield
Unknown:
Simon Richey
Unknown:
James Simmons
Unknown:
D. Thomas

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