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HELMUT WALCHA (harpsichord) PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
Haydn Symphony No 4
8.20* Bach English Suite No 3
8.38* Haydn Symphony No 70 gramophone records

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Helmut Walcha
Conducted By:
Antal Dorati

Michael Oliver introduces listeners' record requests and talks to this week's guest Aaron Copland at 9.45*
9.5* Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
9.S* Williamson From a child's garden APRIL CANTELO (soprano) with THE COMPOSER (piano)
9.24* Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (The Lark)
9.50* Copland A Lincoln Portrait: HENRY FONDA (narrator) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
10.13' Vaughan Williams Five Tudor Portraits

Contributors

Introduces:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
Aaron Copland
Narrator:
Henry Fonda

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
First of four public lectures given in Manchester to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth. Hans Keller discusses the four String Quartets with illustrations played by the Dartington String Quartet. Today he talks about the Quartet No 1, in D minor, Op 7

Contributors

Unknown:
Hans Keller
Unknown:
Hans Keller

A story by ARTHUR SCHNITZLER translated by H. STEINHAUER and HELEN JESSIMAN
Read by VERNON JOYNER Producer MARTIN ESSLIN

Contributors

Story By:
Arthur Schnitzler
Translated By:
H. Steinhauer
Translated By:
Helen Jessiman
Read By:
Vernon Joyner
Producer:
Martin Esslin

Part 1
Locatelli Trio in F major, for recorder, viola d'amore. harpsichord and viola da gamba
Ellis Kohs Duo for violin and cello, after Kafka's America
Martin Dalby Paginas, for recorder and harpsichord (first broadcast performance)
5.15* Interval Reading
5.25* Ensemble: part 2
Quantz Trio in F major, for recorder, viola d'amore, harpsichord and viola da gamba
Francis Chagrin Preludes for four, for recorder, violin, cello and harpsichord
Francois Couperln Le rossignol en amour, for recorder and harpsichord
Lennox Berkeley Concertino for recorder, violin, cello and harpsichord

Contributors

Unknown:
Ellis Kohs Duo

an Absurd play for radio by Lexie Micallef

Elizabeth Spriggs as Mrs Frank
and Aubrey Woods as Mr Merde

followed by an interlude

(Stereo)

Contributors

Writer:
Lexie Micallef
Producer:
John Tydeman
Technical Assistant:
Jock Farrell
Technical Assistant:
David Greenwood
Technical Assistant:
Lloyd Silverthorne
Mrs Frank:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Mr Merde:
Aubrey Woods
Frank:
Harold Kasket
A Girl:
Rosalind Adams
A Butcher:
Sion Probert
[Actor]:
Timothy Bateson
[Actress]:
Sandra Clark
[Actress]:
Hazel Coppen
[Actor]:
Sam Dastor
[Actor]:
Jumoke Debayo
[Actres]:
Elizabeth Morgan

Tragedy in one act
Music by Richard Strauss
Libretto by Hugo Von Hofmannsthal after Sophocles (sung in German)
Royal Opera Stockholm production direct from the King's Theatre
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera, Stockholm
Chorus-master Lasse Zilliacus
Conducted by Berislav Klobucar

(Stereo)

Contributors

Composer:
Richard Strauss
Librettist:
Hugo Von Hofmannsthal
Musicians:
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera, Stockholm
Chorus-master:
Lasse Zilliacus
Conductor:
Berislav Klobucar
Producer:
Ann Margret Petterson
Serving Maid:
Ileana Petterson (contralto)
Serving Maid:
Margo Rodin (mezzo-soprano)
Serving Maid:
Dorrit Kleimert (mezzo-sop)
Serving Maid:
Hillevi Blyloos (soprano)
Serving Maid:
Laila Andersson (soprano)
The overseer:
Margareta Bergstrom (soprano)
Electra:
Birgit Nilsson (soprano)
Chrysothemis, her sister:
Berit Lindholm (soprano)
Clytemnestra, their mother:
Barbro Ericson (mezzo-soprano)
Her confidante:
Kjerstin Dellart (soprano)
Her trainbearer:
Sylvia Lindenstrand (soprano)
Young servant:
John-Erik Jacobsson (tenor)
Old servant:
Paul Boglund (bass)
Orestes, brother of Electra:
Erik Saeden (baritone)
His guardian:
Bjorn Asker (bass)
Aegisthus:
Kolbjorn Hoiseth (tenor)

The search for the meaning of the Atonement
ANTHONY PHILLIPS of Trinity Hall. Cambridge, investigates ways of speaking about the Atonement today. What are the political and psychological dimensions of the death of Christ? What about the ' pop ' Jesus With MAURICE WILES
DAVID FROST , HERBERT MCCABE. OP IAN BEGG and DON CUPITT

Contributors

Unknown:
Maurice Wiles
Unknown:
David Frost
Unknown:
Herbert McCabe.
Unknown:
Don Cupitt

Summer Specials
Derek Jewell introduces trad Barun Baruneh Henry Cow Ruins
Keith Jarrett Short Piece for strings and guitar; Metamorphosis: records

Contributors

Introduces:
Derek Jewell
Unknown:
Barun Baruneh
Unknown:
Henry Cow Ruins
Unknown:
Keith Jarrett

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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