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A recital given for the Wagner Society at St John's, Smith Square. London, in January 1973 by HANNE-LORE KUHSE (leading dramatic soprano of the Berlin State Opera) with MARTIN ISEPP (piano) Part 1
Liszt Du bist wie eine Blume; Ich liebe dich; Wieder mocht' ich dir begegnen; Wie singt die Lerche so schon; Kling' leise, mein Lied; Jugendgliick Richard Wagner Meine Ruh' ist hin; Dors mon enfant; Mignonne; Tout n'est qu'images fugitives; L'attente; Les adieux de Marie Stuart
10.55* A Family Affair
During the interval Friedelind Wagner sketches the background to this unusual recital and talks in particular about the music of her father.
11.5* Recital: part 2
Siegfried Wagner Schafer und Schaferin; Friihlingsblick; Abend auf dem Meere: Abend am Meer; Weihnacht; Das Marchen vom dicken fetten Pfannekuchen (first performances in this country)
Richard Wagner Schmerzen ; Traume (Wesendonk Lieder)

Contributors

Piano:
Martin Isepp
Unknown:
Friedelind Wagner
Unknown:
Wagner Schafer
Unknown:
Richard Wagner Schmerzen

ROBERTO SZIDON (piano) BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN
Stravinsky Symphonies of wind instruments
Liszt Piano Concerto No 1, in E flat major
Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka (piano BERNARD SUMNER )

Contributors

Piano:
Roberto Szidon
Conductor:
Christopher Seaman
Piano:
Bernard Sumner

Walter Klicn (piano)
Mozart Fantasia in D minor (K 397); Rondo in D major (K 485) Schubert Sonata in B flat major (D 960)
(A series of public concerts from St John's. Smith Square, London, SW1. Tickets 50p. obtainable at the door. Next week a programme of Haydn and Beethoven given by the Chilingirian String Quartet)
(Rptd: Wednesday, 10.55 pm)

Fourth programme in a series The concert spirituel in 18th century France.
Mouret Excerpts from the Symphonies
Lalande Motet: Regina Coeli
Leclair Violin Concerto in F, Op 7 No 4
Campra Cantata: Les femmes
2.52* Interval talk by Philippe Oboussier commenting on the background to the concert spirituel.
3.7* Public Concert: Part 2
Mozart Symphony No 31, in D (Paris) (K 297) (with the alternative Andante written for performance at a concert spirituel)
Compiled by KEITH HORNER gramophone records
(London Public Pleasure Garden Concerts: 22 July)

Contributors

Talk By:
Philippe Oboussier
Unknown:
Keith Horner

Rolf Liebermann Concerto AUSTRIAN RADIO BIG BAND AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by MILAN HORVAT (Austrian Radio recording)
3.50* John Dankworth discusses With ANTHONY FRIESE-GREENE his collaboration with Matyas Seiber
4.3' Seiber/Dankworth Improvisations
JOHN DANKWORTH BAND With the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HUGO RIGNOLD gramophone record (mono)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rolf Liebermann
Conducted By:
Milan Horvat
Unknown:
John Dankworth
Unknown:
Anthony Friese-Greene
Unknown:
Matyas Seiber
Unknown:
John Dankworth
Conducted By:
Hugo Rignold

played by JAN VAUCH from the Parish Church, Bally. waiter, Co Down.
Cernohorsky Fugue in A minor anon Intrada; Gaudium; Treza; Chorea
Brixi Prelude in D
Kuchar Fantasia in A flat Bella Sonata
Petr Eben Fantasia

Contributors

Played By:
Jan Vauch
Unknown:
Kuchar Fantasia
Unknown:
Bella Sonata
Unknown:
Petr Eben Fantasia

THE BAND OF THE IRISH GUARDS conducted by MAJOR E. G. HORABIN Director of Music
E. G. Horabin March: The Star of Erin Anthony Spurgin Overture: Normandy
Allan Street Suite: Trefoil

Contributors

Conducted By:
Major E. G. Horabin
Unknown:
E. G. Horabin
Unknown:
Erin Anthony Spurgin

6. 30 Voluntary Action 5: Failure and Success
Presented by SIMON MA. JOR
7.0 Superfirm and Superpower Six programmes presented by HUGH STEPHENSON , Editor of The Times Business News
5: Responsible to Whom*

Contributors

Presented By:
Simon Ma.
Presented By:
Hugh Stephenson

BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader SYDNEY HUMPHREYS conducted by ALBERT ROSEN
Haydn Symphony No 85, in B flat major (La reine)
7.55* tain Hamilton Symphonic Variations
8.11* Sibelius Symphony No 5. in E flat major

Contributors

Leader:
Sydney Humphreys
Conducted By:
Albert Rosen
Conducted By:
Haydn Symphony

Presented by John Maddox
Sir John Gurdon of the Medical Research Council's molecular biology laboratory at Cam-bridge discusses the significance of experiments in which living cell compounds are transplanted from one type of cell to another. Some of the participants of the Rochester Conference on High Energy Physics - which starts in London this week - anticipate the main topics of the conference. Producer DAVID PATERSON followed by an interlude

Contributors

Presented By:
John Maddox
Presented By:
Sir John Gurdon
Producer:
David Paterson

The first of five concerts given this week as part of the Festival of the City of London by the Aeolian String Quartet Emanuel Hurwitz (violin)
Raymond Keenlyside (violin) Margaret Major (viola) Derek Simpson (cello)
Quartet in D minor, Op 9 No 4 Quartet in F major, Op 77 No 2

Contributors

Violin:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin:
Raymond Keenlyside
Cello:
Derek Simpson

Mass: Cum Jubilo , for baritone solo, chorus of baritones, and organ (first broadcast performance in this country) Soloist ROGER HEATH
BBC SINGERS (MEN'S VOICES) TIMOTHY FARRELL (organ) conducted by COLIN MAWBY

Contributors

Unknown:
Cum Jubilo
Soloist:
Roger Heath
Unknown:
Timothy Farrell
Conducted By:
Colin Mawby

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 followed by an interlude

Contributors

Arranged By:
Terence Tiller
Producer:
Susanna Capon

The Ian Hamer Sextet
With ART THEMAN. CHRIS PYNE DARYL RUNSWICK , GORDON BECK SPIKE WELLS
Presented by DAVE GELLY Producer RAY HARVEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Hamer
Unknown:
Chris Pyne
Unknown:
Daryl Runswick
Unknown:
Gordon Beck
Presented By:
Dave Gelly
Producer:
Ray Harvey

BBC Radio 3

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