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Haydn Symphony No 17, in F PHILHARMONIA HUNCARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
8.22* Bach Concerto in the Italian style
GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord)
8.36* Haydn Symphony No 34, in D minor: PHILHARMONIA IIUNGAR1CA, conducted by ANTAL DORATI : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Antal Dorati
Conducted By:
Antal Dorati

Bernard Keeffe introduces listeners' record requests, and talks to this week's guest Isobel Baillie at 10.0*.
9.5* Auber Overture: The Bronze Horse
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTONIO de ALMEIDA
9.16" Taneyev Theme and Variations (Concert Suite, Op 28) DAVID OISTRAKH (violin) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by NICOLAI MALKO
9.34* Mozart Sonata in D (K448) ALFRED BRENDEL and WALTER KLIEN (pianos)
10.0* Handel I know that my Redeemer liveth (Messiah); Elgar The sun goeth down (The Kingdom)
ISOBEL BAILLIE (soprano)
10.16* Dvorak Terzetto for two violins and viola, Op 74
MEMBERS OF THE SMETANA QUARTET
10.40* Michlo Miyagi Koto Music
10.48* Yuzo Toyama Rhapsody JAPANESE RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by HIROYUKI IWAKI

Contributors

Introduces:
Bernard Keeffe
Unknown:
Isobel Baillie
Conducted By:
Antonio de Almeida
Violin:
David Oistrakh
Conducted By:
Nicolai Malko
Unknown:
Alfred Brendel
Pianos:
Walter Klien
Soprano:
Dvorak Terzetto
Conducted By:
Hiroyuki Iwaki

Edited and introduced by Christopher Grier
The Jeunesses Musicales: rod-NEY M. BENNETT reports on their international work and first orchestral course In this country. Pelham Humfrey : a tercentenary appreciation by PETER DENISON
LORD DROGHEDA talks to HAROLD ROSENTHAL about his work as Chairman of the Royal Opera. Producer KEITH HORNER

Contributors

Introduced By:
Christopher Grier
Unknown:
Ney M. Bennett
Unknown:
Pelham Humfrey
Unknown:
Peter Denison
Unknown:
Harold Rosenthal
Producer:
Keith Horner

Opera in three acts by Wagner (sung in German)
A story about the clash between youth and experience. The action takes place about the middle of the 16th century. Young Walther seeks admission to an ancient guild of musicians, but first he must compose a piece of music.
Citizens and ladies of the guilds, journeymen, apprentices
VIENNA STATE OPERA CHORUS
CHORAL SOCIETY OF THE VIENNA
FRIENDS OF MUSIC
CHAMBER CHOIR OF THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL, chorus-master WALTER HAGEN-GROLL
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
(Austrian Radio recording from this year's Salzburg Easter Festival) Act 1

Contributors

Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan

Tenth International Choral Competition Programme 3
Equal Voice Class Spain BIOTZ-ALAI v
Bulgaria DUNAVSKI ZVUTST Youth Class
Hungary BELA BARTOK CHOIR or THE I.ORANT EOTVOS UNIVERSITY V Germany REGENSBURGER DOM-SPATZEN
Introduced by DAVID WILLCOCKS Producer ANTHONY PHILPOTT
(Organised by the BBC in collaboration with the EBU)

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Willcocks
Producer:
Anthony Philpott

Dieter Roth , alias Diter Rot , German painter, print-maker, poet and maker of books, in conversation with RICHARD HAMILTON. Schooled in Swiss Constructivism, working variously in Reykjavik, Diisseldorf, Zurich, Stuttgart, Braunschweig and Berlin, Roth can be regarded as a cross between a wandering minstrel and a travelling craftsman,

Contributors

Unknown:
Dieter Roth
Unknown:
Diter Rot
Unknown:
Richard Hamilton.

David Archer (1907-1971)
Come Friday, David, come
Friday, I think maybe I'll go
And stroll again the sleazy lanes of nine pm Soho.
(GEORGE BARKER)
Daniel Farson presents a portrait of an English eccentric, publisher-patron, drawn from the recorded memories of his friends and contemporaries: SIR JOHN WALLER , PAUL POTTS MAURICE RICHARDSON
PHILIP TOYNBEE
JULIAN ABERCROMBIE. GAVIN EWART ELIZABETH SMART, DIANA JOHNS
GASTON BF.RLEMONT, BEN WEINREB ARTHUR CALDER-MARSHALL
MERILYN THOROI. D
JOHN HEATH-STUBBS
HENRIETTA MORAES , GEORGE BARKER Edited by ROBERT POCOCK Producer MAURICE LEITCH followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
David Archer
Unknown:
Daniel Farson
Unknown:
Sir John Waller
Unknown:
Paul Potts
Unknown:
Maurice Richardson
Unknown:
Philip Toynbee
Unknown:
Julian Abercrombie.
Unknown:
Gavin Ewart
Unknown:
Diana Johns
Unknown:
Ben Weinreb
Unknown:
Arthur Calder-Marshall
Unknown:
Merilyn Thoroi.
Unknown:
John Heath-Stubbs
Unknown:
Henrietta Moraes
Unknown:
George Barker
Edited By:
Robert Pocock
Producer:
Maurice Leitch

Lerd Nelson Lives in Liverpool by PRII.IP MARTIN with Kennard. an adolescent Liverpool boy who is half West Indian, is accused, while away on holiday, of intent to cause makicious wounding on a Liverpool 8 gang leader, Ronald Francombe. He is sentenced to five strokes of the birch. Kennard romantically draws strength for his ordeal from his great hero Lord Nelson, but believes the sentence totally unjust. As a result, violence can only breed violence.
Producer RICHARD WORTLET

Contributors

Unknown:
Lerd Nelson
Leader:
Ronald Francombe.
Producer:
Richard Wortlet
Nelson Kennard:
David Lincoln
Dalton:
Anthony Hall
Magistrate:
Godfrey Kenton
Lord Nelson:
Neville Jason
Andrew:
Anthony Daniels
Pam:
Carole Hayman
Franno:
Nigel Anthony
Doctor:
Jonathan Scott
Mags:
Peter Kinley

A monthly series of discussions 5: Can Literature Compete?
As the visual impact on an levels of experience becomes increasingly ubiquitous, will ideas of a literary character be able to compete successfully for a mass audience? What will happen to language? How are writers adapting to the changing demand for literature?
Julian Mitchell , novelist and playwright
George Steiner. Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge
In the chair Andrew Shonfleld , Director of the Royal Institute of International Affairs
Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
(11 August: The Breakdown of Authority)

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Mitchell
Unknown:
George Steiner.
Unknown:
Andrew Shonfleld
Producer:
Anthony Moncrieff

Derek Jewell 's s weekly look at today's pupular music, as art. as entertainment, as a social phenomenon. Including this week The Rhythm Combination and Brass plus Keith Jarrett gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Jewell
Unknown:
Keith Jarrett

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