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Schubert Symphony No 3, In D VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ
7.30* Reicha Quintet in c. Op 91 No 1
JAMES GALWAY (flute) LOTHAR KOCH (Oboe)
KARL LEISTER (clarinet) GUNTER PIESK (bassoon) GERD SIEFERT (horn) gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Istvan Kertesz
Oboe:
Lothar Koch
Bassoon:
Gunter Piesk

Brahms Piano Quartet No 3, In c minor
MEMBERS OF THE GUARNERI QUARTET with ARTUR RUBINSTEIN (piano)
8.37* Sibelius Karelia Suite
HALLÉ ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI gramophone records

Contributors

Piano:
Artur Rubinstein
Conducted By:
Sir John Barbirolli

Chopin and Bellini
Bellini Oboe Concerto In E flat HEINZ HOLLIGER BAMBERG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAG
9.12* Bellini Recitative and Aria: Oh! quante volte (I Capuleti ed i Montecchi) BEVERLY SILLS (soprano)
VIENNA VOLKSOPER ORCHESTRA conducted by JUSSI JALAS
9.23* Chopin Concert-rondo:
Krakowiak PETER FRANKL (piano)
INNSBRUCK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERT WAGNER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Peter Maag
Conducted By:
Jussi Jalas
Piano:
Krakowiak Peter Frankl
Conducted By:
Robert Wagner

The fourth Leeds International Piano Competition took place in September last year
In this. the last of our broadcasts from the Competition, joint chairman. Marion. Countess of Harewood, discusses and introduces some of the performances of Debussy Studies from the first stage

TONG IL HAN (piano)
ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, led by DOUGLAS REID conductor SIR CHARLES GROVES Part 1
Copland Appalachian Spring
Gershwin Piano Concerto in r major
12.0* Dvorak in America
In 1892 his appointment as Director of the National Conservatoire in New York took Dvorak to America. There he wrote the ' New World ' Symphony - and many charming letters home to Czechoslovakia. ROBIN HOLMES reads from some of them.
12.10* Concert: part 2
Dvorak Symphony No 9. in E minor (From the New World)

Contributors

Conductor:
Douglas Reid

Stoika Milanova (violin) Mitsuko Uchida (piano)
Ysaye Sonata in D minor, Op 27 No 3, for violin
Chopin Scherzo In c sharp minor, for piano
Brahms Sonata in G major, for violin and piano, Op 78
(Given in the Library Theatre Bradford. The eighth in a series of 12 concerts promoted by Bradford City Libraries in association with the BBC)

Contributors

Violin:
Stoika Milanova
Piano:
Mitsuko Uchida
Piano:
Brahms Sonata

Didon. Tragédie lyrique In three acts. Words by JEAN FRANÇOIS MARMONTEL Music by Niccolo Piccinnl
(sung in French) (first broadcast in this country)
Chiefly known as Gluck's rival in Paris. Niccolo Piccinni brought to French opera a new lyrical expansiveness.
MILAN CHORUS OF ITALIAN RADIO chorus-master GIULIO BERTOLA
ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES conducted by mario rossi
(Italian Radio recording) Act 1
2.40* Piccinnl: the Answer to Gluck: talk by JULIAN RUSHTON
2.55* Didon, Acts 2 and 3

Contributors

Music By:
Niccolo Piccinnl
Chorus-Master:
Giulio Bertola
Chorus-Master:
Alessandro Scarlatti
Talk By:
Julian Rushton

medium wave
C.30 Foreign Correspondent
A weekly study of a topic of current international significance, presented by JOHN PARRY (Rptd: Friday, 9.30 am, R4)
6.45 The Learning World
A weekly commentary on an item of educational news. (Rptd: Sunday. R4 VHF)
6.50 Perspective
Where Do All the Good Films Go? One answer is to Regional Film Theatres. MICHAEL HEFFERNAN looks at their growth and prospects.
7.10 Developing a Career
Five programmes presented by ROGER WILLIAMS
3: Work in a Collapsing Market (Book, Tomorrow at Work, 45p: see page 66)

Contributors

Presented By:
John Parry
Unknown:
Michael Heffer
Presented By:
Roger Williams

RAFAEL OROZCO (piano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader SYDNEY HUMPHREYS conducted by ALEXANDER GIBSON Part 1
Sibelius Symphony No 6, in D minor
8.0* David Gwllt Athletics

Contributors

Piano:
Rafael Orozco
Leader:
Sydney Humphreys
Conducted By:
Alexander Gibson
Unknown:
David Gwllt

Three talks by Laurence Lerner about fiction and our changing attitudes to currency.
3 Everything has a Price
Tonight Laurence Lerner discusses the great realist novelists of the 19th century, in particular Balzac, Trollope and Dickens. In the midst of their most brilliantly matter-of-fact novels, earlier attitudes still crop up - especially in that great traditionalist, Dickens.

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Lerner
Unknown:
Laurence Lerner

From Wales JOHN ORMOND Introduces poems by Raymond Gar lick, Roland Mathias , Glyn Jones , Harri Webb , Joseph Clancy , John Tripp , Gillian Clarke and Meic Stephens , who also chose the poems
Producer LORRAINE DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown:
Raymond Gar
Unknown:
Roland Mathias
Unknown:
Glyn Jones
Unknown:
Harri Webb
Unknown:
Joseph Clancy
Unknown:
John Tripp
Unknown:
Gillian Clarke
Unknown:
Meic Stephens
Producer:
Lorraine Davies

Elizabeth Harwood in concert at the Wigmore Hall, London: 3 March 1972 with JEANNE DOLMETSCH (treble recorder)
DAVID STRANGE (cello)
JOSEPH SAXBY (harpsichord) Part 1
A sequence of songs from five countries and three centuries, sung in five languages, and ending with the original version of Bach Sheep may safely graze
10.25* Ezra Pound on Arnold Dolmetsch
JOHN GLEN reads an essay which was written by the poet in 1918 U.45* Concert: part 2
A new work for treble recorder and harpsichord: Discourse, commissioned by Carl Dol metsch from Nicholas Maw
A song by Walter Bergmann , and music by Carl Stamitz and Telemann

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Harwood
Unknown:
Jeanne Dolmetsch
Unknown:
Bach Sheep
Unknown:
Arnold Dolmetsch
Unknown:
John Glen
Unknown:
Carl Dol
Unknown:
Nicholas Maw
Unknown:
Walter Bergmann
Music By:
Carl Stamitz

read in 12 parts by Ronald Pickup
Arranged by TERENCE TILLER 8: Ismail
In which our hero distinguishes himself at the battle of Ismail.
Producer SUSANNA CAPON

Contributors

Arranged By:
Terence Tiller
Producer:
Susanna Capon

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