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Handel Suite in G (Water MuSiC): ACADEMY OF ANCIENT music, directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
7.15* Danzi Sonata in c flat: BARRY TUCKWELL (hOrn) VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
7.34* Hummel Mandolin Concerto in G: EDITH BAUER -SLAIS, VIENNA PRO MUSICA ORCHESTRA, conducted by VINZENZ HLADKY

Contributors

Unknown:
Handel Suite
Directed By:
Christopher Hogwood
Directed By:
Danzi Sonata
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Unknown:
Edith Bauer
Conducted By:
Vinzenz Hladky

Part 2
Copland Ballet Suite: Billy the Kid: PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
8.25* Joplin Maple Leaf Rag: The Entertainer: The Ragtime Dance
JOSHUA RIFKIN (piano)
8.36* Harris Symphony No 7 (mono): PHII.ADLLPHIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy
Piano:
Joshua Rifkin
Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy

Frederlca von Stade
' The character of Charlotte in Werther is very difficult - she doesn't reveal her emotions until it's too late. She's an iceberg. I didn't understand it musically until I heard the orchestra.'
So says the American mezzo-soprano, who talks to Alan Blyth about some of the roles in her repertory. With music on record by Massenet. Rossini, . Monteverdi and others.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Blyth
Unknown:
Massenet. Rossini, .

JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR conductor JOHN ALLDIS
RONALD LUMSDEN (piano)
Hugh Wood Three Choruses, Op 7: The hawk in the rain: Sirens: All we who make things transit'ry
Roger Smalley Missa Parodia 1, for piano
David Bedford The golden wine is drunk
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
John Alldis
Conductor:
John Alldis
Piano:
Ronald Lumsden
Piano:
Hugh Wood
Unknown:
Roger Smalley
Piano:
David Bedford

Second of three programmes. This week a performance recorded in 1950 conducted by one of Janacek's most devoted disciples.
Sinfonietta
CZECH PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted bv BRETISLAV BAKALA : record

Contributors

Unknown:
Bretislav Bakala

Michala Petri (recorders) David Petri (cello)
Hanne Petri (harpsichord) Telemann Fantasy No 11, in G, for unaccompanied recorder
Vagn Holmboe Trio, Op 133
Erling D. Bjerno Avessolares, for unaccompanied recorder
Vivaldi Concerto in c major (Rv 443 BBC Scotland

Contributors

Cello:
David Petri
Harpsichord:
Hanne Petri

2: The Boogie Boom
In December 1938 boogie suddenly became a craze right across the United States, following a Carnegie Hall concert given by Mead Lux Lewis. Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson. Commercialisation naturally followed. Introduced by Francis Smith : records

Contributors

Unknown:
Mead Lux Lewis.
Unknown:
Albert Ammons
Unknown:
Pete Johnson.
Introduced By:
Francis Smith

' feel that my engineering training was very useful because it gave me a practical outlook - I learned to tolerate approximations.' Professor
P. A. M. Dirac. in conversation with John Maddox. talks about his early academic training and how he came to work on the development of quantum mechanics in the 1920s - work that led to his Nobel laureate-ship in 1933. Producer GEOFF DEEILAN

Contributors

Unknown:
P. A. M. Dirac.
Talks:
John Maddox.
Producer:
Geoff Deeilan

Second programme Schubert Herbst
Pfitzner Im Herbst: Der Arbeitsmann
Reger Waldeinsamkeit; Einsamkcit
Flitzner Uber ein Stiindlein: Zum Abschicd meincr Tochtcr
Strauss Der Arbeitsmann Pfitzner Hussens Kerker PETER KNAPP (baritone)
ANTHONY SAUNDERS (piano)

Contributors

Baritone:
Peter Knapp
Piano:
Anthony Saunders

BBC Radio 3

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