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Handel Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 No 5: CANTILENA directed by ADRIAN SHEPHERD
7.19* Beethoven Three Equali for four trombones: RAYMOND BROWN , JOHN IVESON , ROGER BRENNER , RAYMOND PREMRU
7.23* Scarlatti Three Sonatas: c minor (Kk 11): c major (Kk 159); A major (Kk 322): ARTURO BENEDETTT MICHELANGELI (piano)
7.31* Stamitz Quartet in E flat, Op 8 No 2, for oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon: MEMBERS OF THE CZECH WIND ENSEMBLE
7.41* Samuel Wesley Symphony in D: BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIETTA, conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
8.0 News
8.5 Overture (continued) Grieg Two Norwegian Melodies, Op 63
BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIETTA conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
8.16* Lars-Erik Larsson Concertino for violin and strings. Op 45 No 8 LEO BERLIN
STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by STIG WESTERBERG
8.27* Ravel, arr Grainger La vallée des cloches (Miroirs): SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN HOPKINS
8.32* Sibelius Night Ride and Sunrise. Op 55: SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA conducted by -SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON : records

Contributors

Directed By:
Adrian Shepherd
Unknown:
Raymond Brown
Unknown:
John Lveson
Unknown:
Roger Bren-Ner
Unknown:
Raymond Premru
Piano:
Arturo Benedettt Michelangeli
Conducted By:
Kenneth Montgomery
Conducted By:
Kenneth Montgomery
Conducted By:
Stig Westerberg
Conducted By:
John Hopkins
Conducted By:
Sir Alexander Gibson

Britten
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op 30 SOLOISTS. CHOIR OF ST JOHN 'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
BRIAN RUNNETT (organ) conducted by GEORGE GUEST Prelude and Fugue for strings, Op 29
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 IAN PARTRIDGE
NICHOLAS BUSCH
LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD : records

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Conducted By:
George Guest
Conducted By:
Norman Del Mar
Unknown:
Ian Partridge
Conducted By:
John Pritchard

conductor
STEPHEN WILKINSON
AMPHION WIND QUINTET KEITH SWALLOW (piano)
Last of four concerts with instruments recorded in the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
Finzi Seven unaccompanied part-songs to words by Robert Bridges Rawsthorne Four Romantic Pieces, for piano
Gardner Seven poems of Stevie Smith , for voices and wind quintet
10.50* Interval Reading
10.55* BBC Northern Singers, Part 2
Mozart Quintet in E flat (K 452)
Strauss Two Songs, Op 34: Der Abend; Hymne

Contributors

Conductor:
Stephen Wilkinson
Unknown:
Stevie Smith

direct from the Royal Exchange Theatre Jack Brymer (clarinet) David Lloyd (piano)
Hindemith Sonata (1939) Malcolm Arnold Sonatina Brahms Sonata in E flat, Op 120 No 2
(Promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC and Dunlop Heywood and Co, Chartered Surveyors)

Contributors

Clarinet:
Jack Brymer
Piano:
David Lloyd
Unknown:
Malcolm Arnold Sonatina
Unknown:
Brahms Sonata

DAVID THOMAS (bass)
NIGEL NORTH (theorbo) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (chamber organ)
Viadana 0 Jesu dulcis memoria
Monteverdi Laudate Dominum: Ab aeterno ordinata sum
Carissimi 0 vulnera doloris; Lucifer

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Hogwood
Unknown:
Monteverdi Laudate

Presented by Jack Brymer Saintly Music
An All Saints' Day programme of music (serious and otherwise) with saintly titles, by Liszt, Debussy. Hoist and W. C. Handy: records followed by an interlude

Contributors

Presented By:
Jack Brymer

An unromantic comedy by Rhys Adrian
with Elizabeth Spriggs as Anne Hendrix, Nigel Stock as Charles MacCartney
and Brian Carroll as the Taxi Driver

Two lonely people, a widow and a widower, meet by arrangement. Both are seeking just that little bit extra from life.
(Repeat)

Followed by an interlude

Contributors

Writer:
Rhys Adrian
Director:
John Tydeman
Anne Hendrix:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Charles MacCartney:
Nigel Stock
The Taxi Driver:
Brian Carroll

Crispino and the fairy Godmother
Comic-fantastic opera in four acts. Music by Luigi Ricci and Federico Ricci Libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PLAVE (sung in Italian)
The Wexford Festival production, direct from the Theatre Royal. Wexferd The brothers Eieci composed their one-time popular favourite about a poor cobbler and his good fairy (also an ingenious satire on the medical profession) for Venice in 1850. WIXFORD FESTIVAL CHORUS chorus-master ALAN CUTTS RADIO TELEFIS EIREANN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader AUDREY PARK conducted by JAMES JUDD
The action takes place in and around a square in Venice in the 17th century.
Acts 1 and 2

Contributors

Music By:
Luigi Ricci
Unknown:
Federico Ricci
Unknown:
Francesco Maria Plave
Chorus-Master:
Alan Cutts
Conducted By:
James Judd

In the first of a monthly series of reflections on literature, current ana classic, A. H. Halsey , Professor of Social and Administrative Studies, Oxford University, compares the relevance of Sir Thomas More 's Utopia to 16th-century England with its relevance to governing Britain today.
(29 Nov: John Updike on Nathaniel Hawthorne )

Contributors

Unknown:
A. H. Halsey
Unknown:
Thomas More
Unknown:
John Updike
Unknown:
Nathaniel Hawthorne

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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