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Dvorak Overture: In Nature's Realm: LONDON SYM. PHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by STVAN KERTESZ
7.18° Bruch Scottish Fantasy: ITZHAK PERLMAN
(Violin), NEW PHILHARMÓNIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by JESUS LOPEZ-COBOS
7.52" Sibelius Valse triste LENINGRAD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
8.0 News
8 5 Overture (continued) Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAM
8.14* Chopin Variations on Mozart's La ci darcm la mano
CLAUDIO ARRAU (piano) LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ELIAHU INBAL
8.34* Rossini Wind Quartet No 1, in F
SAMUEL BARON (flute)
DAVID GLAZER (clarinet) BERNARD GARFIELD (bassoon)
JOHN BARROWS (horn)
8.47* Mercadante Sinfonia on themes from Rossini's Stabat Mater : MONTE CARLO OPERA ORCHESTRA, conducted by CLAUDIO SCIMONE : records

Contributors

Violin:
Itzhak Perlman
Conducted By:
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajam
Piano:
Claudio Arrau
Conducted By:
Eliahu Inbal
Clarinet:
David Glazer
Bassoon:
Bernard Garfield
Horn:
John Barrows
Unknown:
Stabat Mater
Unknown:
Monte Carlo
Conducted By:
Claudio Scimone

Bubbra
Passacaglia for recorder and harpsichord: MICHAEL AT.NO, LIONEL SALTER
String Quartet No 2, in E flat: DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
Choral Suite: Inscape, for mixed choir, strings and harp: AMBROSIAN SINGERS RENATA SCHEFFEL-STEIN
(harp), JACQUES ORCHESTRA conducted by MYER FREDMAN (record)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lionel Salter
Conducted By:
Myer Fredman

JEAN-RODOLPHE KARS Part 1
Beethoven Sonata in D minor. Op 31 No 2
Liszt Schlaflos: Frage und Antwort; Unstern; L6g-ende No 2
10.40° Interval Reading
10.45* Grizedale Piano Festival 1979 Part 2
Chopin 24 Preludes, Op 28 (A public recital given in the Theatre in the Forest, Grizedale)
BBC Manchester

A series of programmes based on material from the BBC's Monitoring Service at Caversham, showing the way other countries see themselves, through the eyes of their own broadcasting networks and news agencies. Presented by Ian McDougall
Producer BLAIR THOMSON

Contributors

Presented By:
Ian McDougall
Producer:
Blair Thomson

JULIE KENNARD (soprano)
AMERAL GUNSON (contralto ALAN BYERS (tenor)
MICHAEL GEORGE (bass) BBC
SINGKRS CHRISTOPHER BOWERS -
BROADBENT (harmonium) ANTONY SAUNDERS and MARY NASII (pianos) conducted by BRIAN WRIGHT

Contributors

Soprano:
Julie Kennard
Contralto:
Ameral Gunson
Tenor:
Alan Byers
Unknown:
Singkrs Christopher Bowers
Unknown:
Antony Saunders
Conducted By:
Brian Wright

Seven programmes of music by these composers, who were all born in 1879. 7: Cyril Seott
PETER WALLFISCH (piano) BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by FRANK SHIPWAY
Scott Aubade ; Piano Concerto No 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Cyril Seott
Piano:
Peter Wallfisch
Leader:
John Bradbury
Conducted By:
Frank Shipway
Piano:
Scott Aubade

Presented by Jack Brymer Music by Mendelssohn including the Symphony No 12, in c minor, for strings; Psalm 42, Op 42; and the Rondo Capricci oso in E minor, Op 14 gramophone records

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Brymer
Unknown:
Rondo Capricci

direct from the Royal
Festival Hall. London
This concert marks Sir
Georg Soltl 's first appearance as the Principal Conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra (leader DAVID NOLAN ). The soloist in the Mozart concerto is Maurizio Pollini Part 1
Elgar Variations on an original theme (Enigma) Mozart Piano Concerto No 20, in D minor (K 466)

Contributors

Unknown:
Georg Soltl
Leader:
David Nolan
Unknown:
Maurizio Pollini

A Seamless Robe
'It is a conservative I argument, hallowed by tradition, to argue that if what exists works well, it should be left alone.' In his new book SIR
CHARLES CURRAN , Director-
General of the BBC from
1969 to 1977, argues just that about the BBC's Royal Charter. Lord
Annan, Chairman of the recent Committee on the Future of Broadcasting,
reviews A Seamless Robe and the success of its principles in practice.

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Curran

Jonathan Raban. the play-wright and critic, considers radio drama today and argues that the currently fashionable critical approach which puts radiophonic accuracy and sound textures before verbal content Is as unhelpful as an account of typography would be in a critical study of Ulysses. Producer DAVID PERRY

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Raban.
Producer:
David Perry

A late-evening selection of music by Malcolm Arnold , Ravel,
Lennox Berkeley and Debussy, featuring PETER-LUKAS GRAF,
JAMES GALWAY and JOHN SOLUM : records

Contributors

Music By:
Malcolm Arnold
Unknown:
Lennox Berkeley
Unknown:
John Solum

In the last of these three programmes, Peter Hill plays piano music by Busoni, by Busoni's pupil Stefan Wolpe , and by Wolpe's pupil Bernard Benoliel.
Busoni Sonatina Seconda Wolpe Form; Form Iv (Broken Sequences) (first broadcast performance)
Benoliel Two Movements (first broadcast performance)

Contributors

Unknown:
Stefan Wolpe
Unknown:
Bernard Benoliel.

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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