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Wagner Prelude: The Master-singers
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER
7.17* Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto NO 3: GARY GRAFFMAN PHILADELPHIAORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
7.33* Respighi Symphonic Poem: Pines of Rome NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MUNCH gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Otto Klemperer
Unknown:
Gary Graffman
Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy
Conducted By:
Charles Munch

Arne, Boyce. and their English contemporaries Thomas and Sally
A Dramatic Pastoral in two acts Music by Arne Libretto by ISAAC BICKERSTAFFE
NORTHERN SINFONIA conducted by SIMON PRESTON (harpsichord LAYTON RING ) gramophone records

Contributors

Music By:
Arne Libretto
Unknown:
Isaac Bickerstaffe
Conducted By:
Simon Preston
Harpsichord:
Layton Ring
Squire:
Philippe Langridge (tenor)
Sally:
Hazel Holt (soprano)
Dorcas:
Jean Temperley(mezzo-Soprano)
Thomas:
Paul Taylor (tenor)

Broadcast direct from the Main Hall of the Musikverein, Vienna
The traditional annual concert of Viennese music given by the VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led and conducted by Willi Boskovsky Part 1
10.45* Leonard Sachs reads Dead Gabriel , one of the LitUe Novels of Arthur Schnitzler , translated by ERIC SUTTON Adapted and produced by PATRICIA BRENT
11.15* New Year's Day Concert Part 2
(Part of this concert will be shown on BBC2 colour at 5.25)

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Sachs
Unknown:
Dead Gabriel
Unknown:
Arthur Schnitzler
Translated By:
Eric Sutton
Produced By:
Patricia Brent

GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) WILLIAM BENNETT (flute)
CHRISTOPHER HIRONS (violin) CHARLES TUNNELL (cello) Part 1 attrib Bach Sonata in G major (BWV 1038)
12.28* attrib Bach Violin Son ata in G minor (BWV 1020)
12.42* Bach Concerto in the Italian style, for harpsichord

Contributors

Harpsichord:
George Malcolm
Flute:
William Bennett
Violin:
Christopher Hirons
Unknown:
Bach Sonata
Unknown:
Bach Violin Son

A Mystery in two parts
Music by Gabriel Plern * Poem by GABRIEL NIGOND (sung in French)
(gramophone records)
Cast:
CHILDREN'S CHOIR and FRENCH RADIO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by JACQUES JOUINEAU Part 1: The Plain Part 2: The Stable followed by an interlude

Contributors

Music By:
Gabriel Plern
Unknown:
Gabriel Nigond
Conducted By:
Jacques Jouineau
Narrator:
Pierre Fresnay
The Virgin:
Gerda Hartman (mezzo-Sop)
The Star:
Christiane Chateau (soprano)
Jeannette:
Nicole Leport (soprano)
Nicolas:
Arlette Durigneux (soprano)
Lubin:
Martine Bernardi (soprano)
The Ass:
Jean-Jacques Jouineau (tenor)
The Ox:
Michel Piquemal (baritone)
A shepherd:
Michel Piquemal
A Heavenly Voice:
Jean-Jacques Jouineau

6.30 New series
Eminently Victorian People and Opinions
Nine biographical studies suggesting some of the moods of mid-19th-century Britain. 1: Robert Owen by JOHN F. C. HARRISON , Professor of History at the University of Sussex.
' The fury with which Owen was condemned tells us something important about Victorian England.' Series producer MICHAEL STEPHENS
7.0 A Stranger Abroad
Programmes for people planning a foreign holiday Yugoslavia
The last of three programmes in which KRESIMIR SIDOR introduces the country, its people and its language.
(Sundays R4 VHF: Portugal)

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Owen
Unknown:
John F. C. Harrison
Producer:
Michael Stephens

Tamas Vasary (piano) Part 2 Liszt
Sonata in b minor
(Given before an invited audience in the Broadcasting Centre. Birmingham. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, to [address removed])

Contributors

Piano:
Tamas Vasary

Nicholas Bethell, who has just published an edition in Russian of Andrei Sinyavsky's new book A Voice from the Chorus, talks about the life and work of the Soviet author who was recently released from detention and is now living in Paris. Robert Eddison reads Pkhentz by ABRAM TERTZ. the pen-name Sinyavsky used for all work written while he was in the USSR. (This story was written some years before Sinyavsky's imprisonment) t Producer HALLAM TENNYSON

followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Bethell.
Unknown:
Andrei Sinyavsky
Unknown:
Abram Tertz.
Producer:
Hallam Tennyson

conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE with EDITH PEINEMANN (violin) Part 1
Kelterborn Kommunikationen (first broadcast in this country) Pfitzner Violin Concerto in B minor
11.0* Reading
11.5' Swiss Festival Orchestra Part 2 Dvorak
Symphony No 9, in E minor (From the New World)
(Recording from the 1973 Lucerne Music Weeks made available by Swiss Radio)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Rudolf Kempe
Violin:
Edith Peinemann
Unknown:
Kelterborn Kommunikationen

BBC Radio 3

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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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