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Fester, arr Harris Camp-town Races: PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
8.8* Gershwin An American in Paris (mono) RCA VICTOR SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA. conducted by NATHANIEL SHILKRET
8.24* Virgil Thomson Parallel Chords; Ragtime Bass: Eubie Blake Troublesome Ivories ROGER SHIELDS (piano)
8.30* Dvorak The Americar Flag: JOSEI'H EVANS tenor), BARRY MCDANIEL (bar), ST HEDWIG 'S CATHEDRAL CHOIR, RIAS CHAMBER CHOIR, BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Conducted by MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Eugene Ormandy
Conducted By:
Nathaniel Shilkret
Conducted By:
Virgil Thomson
Bass:
Eubie Blake
Tenor:
Barry McDaniel
Unknown:
St Hedwig
Unknown:
Michael Tilson Thomas

Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Revel's Piano Concerta for the left hand, by CHRISTOPHER PALMER .
ROBERT HENDERSON introduces the first of five summer retrospects: chamber music and song. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Palmer
Unknown:
Robert Henderson
Producer:
Arthur Johnson

Regional Variations (2)

direct from the Freemasons' Hall,
Edinburgh
Stuttgart riano Trio
Haydn Trio in c major (H xv 27)
Ravel Trio in A minor VHF only
11.45* Festival Comment
In which performers, critics and personalities in Edinburgh this week have their say about the Festival.
Presented by Elaine Padmore. VHF only (Next prog: Mon 11.40 am)
12.0 *Edinburgh International Festival 1979 Part 2
Schubert Trio in E flat (D 929). BBC Scotland

RAINA KABAIWANSKA (Sop) RUZA BALDANI (mezzo-sop) VERIANO LUCHETTI (tenor) BONALDO GIAIOTTI (bass)
CHOIRS OF NORTH AND SOUTH GERMAN RADIO, chorus-masters ALEXANDER SUMSKI and MARINUS VOORBERG
RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, FRANKFURT. conducted by ELIAHU INBAL
(Hess Radio recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
Raina Kabaiwanska
Unknown:
Ruza Baldani
Tenor:
Veriano Luchetti
Bass:
Bonaldo Giaiotti
Chorus Masters:
Alexander Sumski
Chorus Masters:
Marinus Voorberg
Conducted By:
Eliahu Inbal

In a special Edinburgh Festival edition. Philip French (in the Chair). talks with Owen Dudley Edwards . John Elsom . Derek Malcolm and Marina Vaizey about Jonathan Miller's production of La Traviata, exhibitions of work hy Degas and Kandinsky, new plavs by Tom McGrath and Billy Connolly, some Festival films, and other offerings.

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip French
Unknown:
Owen Dudley Edwards
Unknown:
John Elsom
Unknown:
Derek Malcolm
Unknown:
Marina Vaizey

direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
John Scott (organ)
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, leader CHRISTOPHER WARREN-GREEN, conductor Bryden Thomson
Part 1
Haydn Symphony No 101. in D major (The Clock)
Hoddinott Organ Concerto

Contributors

Organist:
John Scott
Leader:
Christopher Warren-Green
Conductor:
Bryden Thomson

A special performance of T. S. ELIOT 'S unfinished play Introduced by Professor Graham Martin Producer PAUL KAFNO
(First broadcast by the Open University)

Contributors

Unknown:
T. S. Eliot
Introduced By:
Professor Graham Martin
Producer:
Paul Kafno

Some arguments, for and against, are considered by Richard Swinburne. Professor of Philosophy at Keele University, in two talks, based on the Wilde Lectures given at Oxford in 1976 and 1977. 1: The arguments from the existence and order of the universe i The problem of evil: tomorrow 4.45 pin)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Swinburne.

BBC Radio 3

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Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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