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The last in this series devoted to music by Vivaldi and his Venetian contemporaries. In addition to three of Vivaldi's finest concertos, this morning's programme includes a work by Baldassare Galuppi (1706-1785), a prolific composer belonging to the generation after Vivaldi. Vivaldi Concerto in G minor. for strings (RV 152) I SOLISTI VENETI conducted by CLAUDIO SCIMONE
8.11* Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in e minor (rv 484) KLAUS THUNEMANN
I MUSICI
8.23* Galuppi Concerto a Quattro No 2, in G
SLOVAK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by BOHDAN WARCHAL
8.30* Vivaldi Oboe Concerto in r (rv 457): HEINZ HOLLIGER I musici
8.42* Vivaldi Concerto In B minor, for four violins, strings and continuo, Op 3 No 10
I SOLISTI VENETI, conducted by CLAUDio SCIMONE : records Series devised by GRAHAM SHEFFIELD

Contributors

Conducted By:
Claudio Scimone
Unknown:
Klaus Thunemann
Conducted By:
Bohdan Warchal
Conducted By:
Claudio Scimone
Unknown:
Graham Sheffield

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
9.20* Stravinsky Concerto for two solo pianos
ARTHUR GOLD. ROBERT FIZDALE
9.42* Prokofiev String Quartet No 2, in F, Op 92
NOVAK STRING QUARTET
10.4* Rimsky-Korsakov Sadko : musical picture, Op 5
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMEI and an encore:
Glinka, transc Balakirev The Lark (mono) played by richard BÜHLIG. the American-born pianist, who was a pupil of Leschettzky; and preceded by a short reminiscence from the composer John Cage , who once tried to study with Bühlig: records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Antal Dorati
Unknown:
Robert Fizdale
Unknown:
Rimsky-Korsakov Sadko
Conducted By:
Ernest Ansermei
Unknown:
John Cage

Introduced by Michael Oliver
' Lord of Sweet Music and of Langham Place ': a portrait of Sir Henry J. Wood including the memories of Dame Myra Hess. Evelyn Barbirolli , Lady Jessie Wood , Ernest Hall , Sir Clifford Curzon and the voice of Sir Henry Wood himself. Reader DAVID MARCH
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
Sir Henry J. Wood
Unknown:
Dame Myra Hess.
Unknown:
Evelyn Barbirolli
Unknown:
Jessie Wood
Unknown:
Ernest Hall
Unknown:
Clifford Curzon
Unknown:
Sir Henry Wood
Producer:
Christine Hardwick

International Amateur Choral Competition: 4
Contemporary Music Class, Part 2
Canada: FACULTY OF music SINGERS: UK: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE SINGERS; Hungary: BUDA-FOK CHAMBER CHOIR; Finland: 'JUBILATE'; Poland: SZCZECIN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY CHOIR
Bernard Keeffe introduces the choirs, summarises the adjudicators' comments and announces the results.
(Let The Peoples Sing is organised by the BBC in association with the EBU)

Contributors

Introduces:
Bernard Keeffe

Opera in three acts
Music by Leos Janacek
Libretto by THE COMPOSER, after a story by RUDOLF TESNOHLIDEX (sung in Czech: records)
Another in the series of Janacek operas in this, the 50th year after the composer's death.
PRAGUE NATIONAL THEATRE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by BOHUMIL GREGOR

Contributors

Music By:
Leos Janacek
Story By:
Rudolf Tesnohlidex
Conducted By:
Bohumil Gregor

Stockhausen (born 22 August 1928) Mantra, for two pianists (1970)
Bruno Canino, Antonio Ballista, John Rushby-Smith (sound projection)
Introduced by John Rushby-Smith
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Pianist:
Bruno Canino
Pianist:
Antonio Ballista
Presenter/Sound Projection:
John Rusby-Smith

A Delicate Condition: a play for radio by MALCOLM QUANTRILL with Stephen Murray
Sylvia Coleridge , David Buck
Max is elderly and suffers from a weak heart - a delicate condition. He sleeps and dreams. His wife watches him and wonders what he dreams.
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Quantrill
Unknown:
Stephen Murray
Unknown:
Sylvia Coleridge
Unknown:
David Buck
Directed By:
John Tydeman
Max:
Stephen Murray
Joy:
Sylvia Coleridge
John:
David Buck
Eva:
Eva Haddon
Doctor:
Manning Wilson
George:
Peter Williams
Helen:
Brenda Kaye

Direct from the Royal Albert Hall

Teresa Cahill (soprano) Sarah Walker (mezzo-soprano) John Mitchinson (tenor) Michael Rippon (bass-baritone)
Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ), BBC Symphony Chorus, Liszt Festival Chorus, conductor Brian Wright, Orpheus Girls' Choir, conductor John Railton
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, leader Barry Griffiths, conducted by Brian Wright

Liszt Oratorio: Christus (complete version). Part 1

8.5* The Enigmatic Liszt
Everett Helm talks about the many-sidedness of Liszt's music.

3.25* Proms 78
Liszt Christus, Part 2

(Stereo)

Contributors

Soprano:
Teresa Cahill
Mezzo-Soprano:
Sarah Walker
Tenor:
John Mitchinson
Bass-Baritone:
Michael Rippon
Organist:
Christopher Bowers-Broadbent
Singers:
BBC Symphony Chorus
Singers:
Liszt Festival Chorus
Singers:
Orpheus Girl's Choir
Conductor:
John Railton
Musicians:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Barry Griffiths
Conductor:
Brian Wright
Speaker (The Enigmatic Liszt):
Everett Helm

What are the relationships between liberty and equality, utilitarianism and rights, law and justice?
Neil MacCormick , Regius Professor of Public Law in the University of Edinburgh, reflects on the issues arising from Ronald Dworkin 's book Taking Rights Seriously.

Contributors

Unknown:
Neil MacCormick
Unknown:
Ronald Dworkin

Henry Moore, OM, CH, was born in Castleford, Yorkshire, on 30 July 1898.
Bryan Robertson, the art critic, assesses the career of Britain's most celebrated sculptor, and argues that in the last decade Moore has produced some of the most forceful and pugnacious work he has ever achieved...
Followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Moore.
Unknown:
Bryan Robertson

Last year Radio 3 broadcast three programmes devoted to some of the earliest secular songs extant, those of the Provencal poet-composers known as the Troubadours. The influence of the Troubadours spread far afield but one immediate effect was on the following generation of musicians working just beyond the boundaries of Provence - the Trouveres. In a further three programmes Piers Burton-Page traces the development of the lyric impulse in Northern France. 2: Songs of Crusade

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