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Berlioz Overture: Beatrice and Benedict (mono) LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR HAMILTON HARTY
7.13* d'Indy Suite in olden style, Op 24 WIND SOLOISTS
GUlLET STRING QUARTET
PHILIP SKLAR (double-bass)
7.29* Alkan Study: Le festind'Esope,Op39No 12: RONALD SMITH (piano)
7.38* Hamilton Harty A John Field Suite: ENGLISH SINFONIA, conducted by NEVILLE DILKES : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Hamilton Harty
Double-Bass:
Philip Sklar
Piano:
Ronald Smith
Conducted By:
Neville Dilkes

Part 2
Rosenmuller Sonata vn in D minor
LEONHARDT CONSORT
8.14* Handel Fitzwilliam Sonata No 3
FRANS BRÛGGEN (recorder) AN.NER BYLSMA (cello) BOB VAN ASPEREN (harpsichord)
8.25* Handel, arr Behrend Spanish Cantata: No se emendera jamás
PILAR LORENGAR (soprano) SIEGFRIED BEHREND (guitar) RICHARD KLEMM
(viola da gamba)
8.32* Mozart Sonata for bassoon and cello (K 292) MANFRED BRAUN (bassoon)
HEINRICH MAJOWSKI (cello)
8.42* Beethoven, completed Zellner Quintet for three horns, oboe and bassoon: LONDON WIND SOLOISTS, directed by JACK BRYMER : records

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Bob van Asperen
Viola:
Richard Klemm
Bassoon:
Manfred Braun
Cello:
Heinrich Majowski
Directed By:
Jack Brymer

Fantasia Concertante on a theme of Corelli
Orchestra of St John's, Smith Square
conducted by John Lubbock
9.22* Concerto for Orchestra
London Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by Colin Davis

(records)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Composer:
Sir Michael Tippett
Musicians:
Orchestra of St John's, Smith Square
Conducted by:
John Lubbock
Musicians:
London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Colin Davis

from Manchester Introduced by Richard Baker
ELEANOR BRON and RICHARD BAKER (narrators) NASH ENSEMBLE , conducted by LIONEL FRIEND
Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 11
Walton Facade

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Baker
Introduced By:
Eleanor Bron
Narrators:
Richard Baker
Narrators:
Nash Ensemble
Conducted By:
Lionel Friend

guitar)
Villa-Lobos Preludes: No 1. in E minor; No 2, in c sharp minor: Etude No 11, in E minor
Vincente Sojo Five popular Venezuelan pieces
Albeniz Cordoba; Torre bermeja
Ponce, transc Segovia Scherzino Mexicano
Antonio Lauro Venezue lan Waltz No 3
(Part of a public recital given in the Royal Festi val Hall, London, on 20 March 1972)

Contributors

Unknown:
Vincente Sojo
Unknown:
Segovia Scherzino Mexicano
Unknown:
Antonio Lauro Venezue
Unknown:
Royal Festi

Reger and Mozart
Not only did Max Reger (1873-1916) compose orchestral variations on a famous melody by Mozart, buthehintedatitslullaby-like rhythm at many points in his music. This programme traces his apparent obsession.
Mozart Piano Sonata in A (K 331): PHILIP JENKINS
Reger Songs: Leise, leise weht; Maiennacht; Hoffnungstrost; Die Mutter spricht; Wasche im Wind; Allen Welten abgewandt; Wiegenlied;
Miide ELIZABETH HARRISON (sop) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Reger Variations and Fugue on a theme by Mozart: VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HORST STEIN. (Austrian Radio recording)
(First of three recitals of Reger and Pfitzner songs:. 4 July)

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Reger
Unknown:
Philip Jenkins
Unknown:
Allen Welten
Unknown:
Miide Elizabeth Harrison
Unknown:
Horst Stein.

Die schweigsame
Frau William Mann considers the chequered history of Richard Strauss 's Die schweigsame Frau in the theatre and relates it to other operas of the composer's later years. With illustrations from records.

Contributors

Unknown:
Frau William Mann
Unknown:
Richard Strauss

Sonata No 4. in G minor
HEINZ HOLLIGER, MAURICE BOCRGUE (Oboes), KLAUS THUNEMANN (bassoon), WOLFGANG STERT (double-bass) CHRISTIANE JACCOTTET (harpsichord)
(Hess Radio recording)

Contributors

Oboes:
Maurice Bocrgue
Oboes:
Klaus Thunemann
Bassoon:
Wolfgang Stert
Bass:
Christiane Jaccottet

Presented by Jack Brymer Malcolm Arnold
His music. from the uproar of the Tarn O'Shanter Overture, through the evocativeness of a Cornish dance, to the personal memories reflected in his Fifth Symphony: records

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Brymer
Presented By:
Malcolm Arnold

The past glories of Wittenberg. The gloominess of Lutheran churches. A more pleasant visit to Leipzig where ' goddesses are gregarious '. Tobacco and the exquisite suffocation of smoking. Holmes also encounters a trombone player of surprising mastery. Read by Richard Briers : records

Contributors

Read By:
Richard Briers

translated by JOAN PENELOPE COPE
Poems of Arabic and Persian origin, written in Spain between the 10th and 13th centuries. Readers Richard Pasco and Christopher Guard. Producer DAVID SPENSER

Contributors

Translated By:
Joan Penelope
Unknown:
Richard Pasco

Soviet music played by ANTON WEINBERG (clarinet) JAMES wood Cpercussion) BORIS BERMAN
(piano/harpsichord)
Edison Denisov Ode. for clarinet, piano and percussion
Tigran Mansurian Two Miniatures, for clarinet and piano
Victor Souslin 24 triads for harpsichord
Michael Barolsky Nocturne. for piano and tape Sofia Gubaidullina Rumore e silenzio, for harpsichord and percussion
(First UK broadcasts of all works except Barolsky)

Contributors

Clarinet:
Anton Weinberg
Piano:
Boris Berman
Harpsichord:
Edison Denisov
Piano:
Victor Souslin
Harpsichord:
Michael Barolsky

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