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MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
Herold Overture: Zampa
7.13* Glazunov Scherzino ; Pas d'action; Danse orientale (Scenes de ballet)
7.28* Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1, in D with IGOR OISTRAKH
7.43* Rachmaninor Fantasy: The Rock gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Unknown:
Glazunov Scherzino
Unknown:
Igor Oistrakh

Ibert Trois pieces breves
Vienna Wind Soloists
8.12* Ravel, orch composer and Rosenthal Cinq melodies populaires grecques:
Victoria De Los Angeles (Sop), Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conducted by George Pretre
8.19* Satie, orch Debussy Gymnopedies Nos 1 and 3
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Aviva Einhorn
8.25* Poulenc, orch Berkeley Flute Sonata
James Galway, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Charles Dutoit
8.38* Milhaud Suite francaise:
London Wind Orchestra, conducted by Denis Wick
(records)

(Stereo)

Contributors

Musicians:
Vienna Wind Soloists
Soprano:
Victoria de Los Angeles
Musicians:
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra
Conductor:
Georges Pretre
Musicians:
English Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Aviva Einhorn
Flautist:
James Galway
Musicians:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Charles Dutoit
Musicians:
London Wind Orchestra
Conductor:
Denis Wick

In the week of Shakespeare's birthday, a programme of recent British wind music associated with his plays
Adrian Cruft Stratford Music, for wind quartet Alan Boustead Three madrigals, for wind 2uartet hristopher Brown Divertimento before The Merry Wives of Windsor, for wind quintet

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Cruft Stratford
Unknown:
Alan Boustead

ANN-MARIE CONNORS (SOP) PATRICIA PAYNE (contralto) IAN CALEY (tenor)
NEIL HOWLETT (baritone) HUDDERSFIELD CHORAL
SOCIETY, chorus-master GRAHAM TREACHER
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by MARK ELDER Part 1 Beethoven Mass in C
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5* Huddersfield Choral Society, Part 2
Verdi Four Sacred Pieces (A public concert presented in the Town Hall, Huddersfield on 30 March) BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Ann-Marie Connors
Contralto:
Patricia Payne
Tenor:
Ian Caley
Baritone:
Neil Howlett
Chorus-Master:
Graham Treacher
Conducted By:
Mark Elder

Massenet's Manon
' Frankly rouée; perfidious, loving, distracting, spirituelle, formidable and charming,' wrote Guy de Maupassant.
In this programme Alan Blyth considers the character of Manon and her lover Des Grieux. as depicted by Massenet in his opera: with the voices of. among others, VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES, EMMA LUART. NINON VALLIN , CHARLES FRIANT and GEORGES THILL. gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Emma Luart.
Unknown:
Ninon Vallin
Unknown:
Charles Friant
Unknown:
Georges Thill.

played by ELISABETH KLEIN Thea Musgrave Mono logue for piano
Brian Elias Five Piano Pieces for right hand
Brian Chappie Bagatelle for piano and tape (first broadcast performance)
Nicola LeFanu Chiaros curo

Contributors

Played By:
Elisabeth Klein
Played By:
Thea Musgrave Mono
Piano:
Brian Elias
Unknown:
Brian Chappie Bagatelle
Unknown:
Nicola Lefanu Chiaros

ROHAN DE SARAM (cello) LEICESTERSHIRE SCHOOLS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN GOLBY conducted by PETER FLETCHER
Charles Ives Putnam's Camp
Charles Ives. arr Young The Circus Band and other pieces
Messlaen L'Ascension
4.30' Interval Reading
4.35' Youth Orchestras of the World. Part 2
Douglas Young Virages-Region one - for cello and orchestra (first broadcast performance) conducted by THE COMPOSER
(A public concert given in St John 's, Smith Square, London, on 4 June 1978)

Contributors

Leader:
John Golby
Conducted By:
Peter Fletcher
Unknown:
Charles Ives.
Unknown:
St John

Presented by Jack Brymer BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN Berlioz Berlioz verture: Benvenuto Cellini
Brahms Symphony No 3. in F

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Brymer
Conducted By:
Christopher Seaman Berlioz

dramatised for radio by CARLO ARDITO from the novel by ITALO SVEVO and The play is set in Trieste in the early 1890s and up to the initial stages of the First World War.
NEIL RHODEN (piano) and GEORGE FRENCH (violin) Directed by GLYN DEARMAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Carlo Ardito
Novel By:
Italo Svevo
Piano:
Neil Rhoden
Piano:
George French
Directed By:
Glyn Dearman
Zeno:
With John Moffatt
Dr S,:
Cosini, Jack May
Giovanni Malfenti:
Anthony Newlands
Signora Malfenti:
Maxine Audley
Augusta:
, Jennifer Piercey
Ada:
, Lisa Harrow
Guido Speier,:
, Gary Bond
Enrico Copier,:
Peter Baldwin
Carla Gerco:
Polly James
Alfio Cosini:
Lockwood West
Dr Coprosich:
Robert Trotter
Giovanna:
Hilda Kriseman
Alberta Malfenti:
Heather Bell
Maria:
Petra Davies

2: Arthur Evans in the Balkans
Sir Arthur Evans's fame as an archaeologist rests largely on his spectacular discoveries at Knossos. Twenty years before this, however, he had witnessed the first stir-rings of Slav rebellion in south-east Europe against the rule of Ottoman Turkey. Professor John Wilkes considers Sir Arthur Evans 's achievements as an archaeologist and political correspondent in the Balkans a century ago.

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Evans
Unknown:
Professor John Wilkes
Unknown:
Arthur Evans

The famous theatrical producer and film director, Basil Dean, who died a year ago in his 91st year, talks to Anthony Friesc Greene about how he came to commission Delius to write incidental music for Flecker's Hassan. Illustrations from the 1955 Beecham recording.
(Interview tec 20 Sep 1977)

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Friesc Greene

This week, the ensemble and four composers of the GRUPPE NEUE UUSIK BERLIN Introduced by GERALD HUMEL and JOLYON BRETTINGHAM SMITH Jolyon Brettingham Smith Mandrake Boot (piano duet)
Karl Heinz Wahren Tango (string quartet)
Wilhelm Dieter Siebert The sinking of the Titanic (violin, percussion)
Gerald Hnmel The tortures of Beatrice Cenci: ballet score (six players) conducted by THE COMPOSER (First UK broadcasts)

Contributors

Unknown:
Gruppe Neue
Unknown:
Uusik Berlin
Introduced By:
Gerald Humel
Introduced By:
Jolyon Brettingham Smith

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