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Sarasate Zapateado with ISIDOR ACHRON (piano)
8.9. Szymanowski Chant de Roxane with EMANUEL BAY (piano)
8.14* Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor, with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarasate Zapateado
Piano:
Isidor Achron
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

Listeners' record requests Haydn Horn Concerto No 2 in D
ALFRED BRAIN (uncle Of Dennis)
JANSSEN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by WERNER JANSSEN
9.20* Brahms Sonata in A. Op 100
ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (piano and violin)
9.40* Schubert Symphony No 8, in B minor (Unfinished)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
10.5* Mozart Piano Concerto No 12, in A (K 414)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN. Who also directs the ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Conducted By:
Werner Janssen
Conducted By:
Brahms Sonata
Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Unknown:
Benjamin Britten.

Introduced by Michael Oliver
André Messager, ' a very Parisian talent ': by JAMES HARDING.
Grieg's Peer Gynt music lost and found: a conversation with its finder, PER DREIER.
The Reluctant Priest: the life and times of Lorenzo da Ponte, by CHARLES OSBORNE. Producer
CHRISTINE HARDWICK

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
James Harding.
Unknown:
Charles Osborne.
Producer:
Christine Hardwick

A feature of London concert life around 1700 was the popularity of quintets for two recorders, two oboes and continuo. In this programme, a Sonata in B flat by Gottfried Kel ler, an anonymous Sonata Curiosa in c and a Concerto in B flat by Johann Christoph Pepusch are played on appropriate instruments by members of ARS NOVA. (Repeal)

Contributors

Unknown:
Gottfried Kel
Unknown:
Johann Christoph Pepusch

play Beethoven Part 1
Trio-movement in B flat major (WoO 39)
Variations in E fiat major, on the duet Bei Mannern (from Mozart's Die Zauberflote), for cello and piano
Sonata in g major, Op 96, for violin and piano
2.50* Interval Reading
2.55* Beethoven Part 2
Trio in B flat major, Op 97 (Archduke)
(A concert given at the QueenElizabethHall. London, in October 1970)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bei Mannern

Denis Stevens talks about settings of Petrarch. He compares settings of Or che'l ciel e la terra by Tromboncino. Cipriano di Rore and Monteverdi. and introduces excerpts from settings as far removed in style and period as Giaches de Wert. Lassus, Vicentino. Schubert. Liszt and Fricker.
(Petrarch and his Successors: Thursday 8.5 pm)

Contributors

Talks:
Denis Stevens

An opera in two acts
Libretto by SCRIBE and DELESTRE-POIRSON Music by Rossini
(sung in French: records)
GLYNDEBOURNE FESTIVAL
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by VITTORIO GUI Act 1

Contributors

Conducted By:
Vittorio Gui
Raimbaud, friend of Count Ory:
Michel Roux(baritone)
Alice, a young country girl:
Jeannette Sinclair (sop)
Ragonde Countess Adele's companion:
Monica Sinclair(contralto)
Count Ory:
Juan Oncina(tenor)
Ory's tutor:
Ian Wallace(bass)
Countess Adele:
Sari Barabas(soprano)
Isolier, Ory's page:
Cora Canne-Meijer(mezzo-Soprano)

' I have two beliefs about poetry - which come down to one and the same. It should be clear; and it should show us the world, and in this sense be true.'
Robert Wells introduces and reads a selection from his recent volume of poems. The Winter's Task. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduces:
Robert Wells

Handel Concerto Grosso in F major, Op 3 No 4; Organ Concerto in F major, Op 4 No 5; Oboe Concerto in G minor
HERBERT TACHEZI (organ) JÜRG SCHAEFTLEIN (oboe) VIENNA CONCENTUS MUSICUS directed by NIKOLAUS HARNONCOURT
(Recording made available by Austrian Radio)

Contributors

Directed By:
Nikolaus Harnoncourt

A radio version by Tom Stoppard based on his original stage play.
with Edward Petherbridge as Guildenstern, Edward Hardwicke as Rosencrantz and Freddie Jones as the Player
"An erudite comedy, punning, far-jetched, leaping from depth to dizziness" (THE OBSERVER)

Contributors

Author/adapted by:
Tom Stoppard
Music by:
Marc Wilkinson
Director:
John Tydeman
Guildenstern:
Edward Petherbridge
Rosencrantz:
Edward Hardwicke
The Player:
Freddie Jones
Hamlet:
Martin Jarvis
Gertrude:
Maxine Audley
Claudius:
Robert Lang
PolOniUS:
William Squire
Ophelia:
Angela Pleasence
Horatio:
John Rye
First Ambassador:
Michael Deacon
Alfred:
Anthony Daniels
Tragedians and others:
Tim Bentinck
Tragedians and others:
Andrew Branch
Tragedians and others:
Roger Hammond
Tragedians and others:
Philip Sully
Tragedians and others:
Philip Voss
Tragedians and others:
Peter Wickham

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