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Rossini Overture: La Cenerentola: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
8.14* Franz Xaver Mozart Rondo in E minor
ELAINE SHAFFER (flute)
HEPHZIBAH MENUHIN (piano)
8.20* Thomas Entr'acte (Mlgnon): LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN FOURNET
8.23* Thalberg Don Pasquale Fantasy: EARL wild (piano)
8.37' Brahms Hungarian Dance No 6, in D
8.40* Enesco Rumanian Rhapsody No 1
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.53* Saint Saons Marche militaire française (Suite Algerienne): PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Carlo Maria Giulini
Conducted By:
Franz Xaver Mozart
Flute:
Elaine Shaffer
Conducted By:
Jean Fournet
Conducted By:
Thalberg Don Pasquale
Conducted By:
Leonard Bernstein
Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy

A programme of new records Wagner Symphony in c
BAMBERG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO GERDES
9.40* Schubert Sonata in A minor (d 537)
INGRID HAEBLER (piano)
10.2* Brahms Songs and Romances for chorus: Der bucklichte Fiedler; Das Madchen; 0 siisser Mai
GÄCHINGER KANTOREI conducted by HELMUTH RILLING
10.12* Bloeh Piano Quintet
FRANK GLAZER , FINE ARTS QUARTET
10.46* Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 1 LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HAITINK gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Wagner Symphony
Conducted By:
Otto Gerdes
Piano:
Ingrid Haebler
Conducted By:
Helmuth Rilling
Unknown:
Frank Glazer
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink

A concert relayed direct from Haymarket Ice Rink Edinburgh
THE FIRES OF LONDON director PETER MAXWELL DAVIES WILLIAM PEARSON (baritone) STEPHEN PRUSLIN (piano) ALAN HACKER (clarinet) Part
Ockeghem. arr Birtwlstle Ut' heremita solus
11.7* Maxwell Davies Hymnos
11.22* Bruce Cole Caesura

Contributors

Director:
Peter Maxwell Davies
Baritone:
William Pearson
Piano:
Stephen Pruslin
Unknown:
Maxwell Davies Hymnos

Second of three programmes examining any possible kinship between music and athletics. Passages from
Roger Bannister 's early autobiography First Four Minutes are read by Michael HARBOUR
Series devised and readings introduced by LEO BLACK
(Final programme: 9September) 'Roger Bannister 's Choice: p5)

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Bannister
Read By:
Michael Harbour
Introduced By:
Leo Black
Unknown:
Roger Bannister

A special choral and orchestral concert to commemorate the centenary of Ralph Vaughan Williams , born 12 October 1872
Part 1 consists of music that he himself loved and conducted
PAUL ESSWOOD (alto) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) CHRISTOPHER KEYTE (bass) MARGARET MAJOR (Viola)
THE RICHARD HICKOX SINGERS AND ORCHESTRA led by JOHN BACON conductor RICHARD RICKOX
Bach Cantata No 65: Sie werden aus Saba alle kommen
Holst Ode to Death, for chorus and orchestra
Bach Cantata No 6: Bleib' bei uns, denn es will Abend werden

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Tenor:
Philip Langridge
Bass:
Christopher Keyte
Conductor:
John Bacon
Conductor:
Richard Rickox

Manoug Parikian presents a profile of the celebrated Hungarian-born violinist who celebrates his 80th birthday this week. He includes excerpts from concertos by Prokofiev, Bloch. Mozart, and the Bartok First Rhapsody, music by Bach and Schubert, and Szigeti's transcriptions of Weber, Scriabin and Warlock. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Manoug Parikian

EARLY MI'SIC CONSORT OF LONDON
Vivaldi Concerto in G minor, for recorder, oboe and continuo C. P. E. Bach Sonata in G minor, for oboe and continuo
Handel Sonata in A minor. Op 1 No 4. for recorder and continuo
J. S. Bach Sonata in G major, for viola da gamba and harpsichord (bwv 1027)
Telemann Trio-Sonata in A minor, for recorder, oboe and continuo
(Given in the Whitworth Art Gallery on 4 May. Promoted by the Manchester Tuesday Midday Concerts Society in association with the Whitworth Art Gallery and the BBC)

(Murthen)
Songs from one of the cycles Schumann composed in 1840, the year his courtship of Clara Wieck came to its happy conelusion.
ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
PHILIP LEDGER (piano)
(Golden Ring on my Finger: Sunday, 6.15 pm, Radio 4)

Contributors

Unknown:
Clara Wieck
Tenor:
Robert Tear
Piano:
Philip Ledger

direct from the Royal Albert Hall London
JOHN OGDON (piano) IONA BROWN (violin) ALAN LOVEDAY (violin)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by MAURICE BRETT conducted by Charles Groves Part 1
Britten Variations and Fugue on a theme of Purcell
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1

Contributors

Piano:
John Ogdon
Violin:
Iona Brown
Violin:
Alan Loveday
Unknown:
Maurice Brett
Conducted By:
Charles Groves

Reflections on current affairs by Baroness Sharp
Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Housing and Local Government from 1955 to 1966, since 1966 she has been a member of the ITA, now the Independent Broadcasting Authority.
(16 September: John Wain )

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wain

Professor Dennis Meadows , Dartmouth University, USA, ceauthor of The Limits to Growth in discussion with Professor Wilfred Beckerman , University College, London, member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. about the concept of using a computerised world model to determine the limits to continued economic growth.
The publication of The Limits to Growth has stimulated renewed controversy In the doomsday debate. Professor Beckerman attacks the assumptions of the report and challenges its conclusions.
Chaired by Michael Peacock
Producer Michael BRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Dennis Meadows
Unknown:
Professor Wilfred Beckerman
Unknown:
Michael Peacock
Producer:
Michael Bright

Tenth in a series
Piano Trio in E flat, Op 1 No 1 (mono): BOISE TRIO
Mailied; Mollys Abschled ; Marmotte; Ich liebe dich MARGARET PRICE (soprano)
JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
Seufzer eines Ungeliebten - Gegenliebe
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano) Violin Sonata In c minor, Op 30 No 2: Josef Suk (violin) JAN PANENKA (piano)

Contributors

Unknown:
Mollys Abschled
Soprano:
Margaret Price
Piano:
James Lockhart
Tenor:
Ian Partridge
Piano:
Jennifer Partridge
Piano:
Jan Panenka

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