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Byrd This sweet and merry month of May
7.7* Butterworth Rhap sody: A Shropshire Lad
7.16' Jannequin Le chant des oiseaux
7.23* Haydn String Quartet in c, Op 33 No 3 (The Bird)
7.42' Doppler Idyll: Bird in the Woods
7.47* Tchaikovsky May (The Seasons)
7.51* Shostakovich Choral finale (Symphony No 3, ' 1 May '): records

Contributors

Unknown:
Butterworth Rhap

Morley Now is the month of maying
8.7* Delius On hearing the first cuckoo in spring
8.14* Monteverdi Zefiro torna e'l bel tempo rimena
8.18* Vivaldi Spring (The Seasons)
8.30* Schubert Shepherds' Chorus (Rosanrunde)
8.34* Wagner Sieglinde and Siegmund's Duet (Die Walkiire, Act 1)
8.42* Sibelius Spring Song gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Monteverdi Zefiro
Unknown:
Wagner Sieglinde

ALISON HARGAN (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Strauss Mein Herz ist stumm; Blick vom oberen Belvedere
Mahler Friihlingsmorgen; Wo die schonen Trompeten blasen
Wolf Ein Stiindlein wohl vor Tag; Der Knabe und das
Immlein Strauss Einkehr ; Winterweihe; Friihlingsfeier

Contributors

Soprano:
Alison Hargan
Piano:
Strauss Mein Herz
Unknown:
Wolf Ein Stiindlein
Unknown:
Immlein Strauss Einkehr

from St George 's.
Brandon Hill , Bristol Tessa Uys (piano)
Scarlatti Five Sonatas (Kk 2, 474, 162, 11, 159)
Beethoven Six Variations on the Turkish March from The Ruins of Athens
Schumann Fantasiestiicke, Op 12. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
St George
Unknown:
Brandon Hill
Piano:
Bristol Tessa Uys

Opera in three acts
Music by Charles Gounod Libretto by EMILE AUGIER (sung in French)
James Harding introduces a recording of Gounod's first opera
CHORUS OF RADIO FRANCE chorus-master ALAIN BOULFROY. NEW PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA OF RADIO FRANCE conducted by SYLVAIN CAMBRELING Act 1
2.55' Interval Reading
3.0* Sapho
Acts 2 and 3 (Radio France recording)

Contributors

Music By:
Charles Gounod
Unknown:
Emile Augier
Introduces:
James Harding
Conducted By:
Sylvain Cambreling

Albert Camus died in a car accident in January 1960 at the age of 46. Professor Philip Thody assesses his achievements and his standing at the present time.
With contributions from
DOMINIQUE ARBAN , RAYMOND ARON , CLAUDE BOURDET , JEAN-JACQUES BROCHIER , JEAN DANIEL , ARTHUR KOESTLER , BERNARD-HENRI LEVY , HER
BERT LOTTMAN , CONOR CRUISE O'BRIEN, OLIVIER TODD and JOHN WEIGHTMAN. Readers GEOFFREY BANKS, BARBARA SHELLEY and PAUL WEBSTER and the recorded voice of ALBERT CAMUS. Producer STANLEY WILLIAMSON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Camus
Unknown:
Professor Philip Thody
Unknown:
Dominique Arban
Unknown:
Raymond Aron
Unknown:
Claude Bourdet
Unknown:
Jacques Brochier
Unknown:
Jean Daniel
Unknown:
Arthur Koestler
Unknown:
Bernard-Henri Levy
Unknown:
Bert Lottman
Unknown:
Conor Cruise
Unknown:
Olivier Todd
Readers:
John Weightman.
Unknown:
Barbara Shelley
Unknown:
Paul Webster
Unknown:
Albert Camus.

A play for radio by ANGELA CARTER based on her own short story
' It is a northern country; a late. brief spring, a cool summer and then the cold sets in again. When the snow comes, it precipitates in this inhospitable terrain a trance of being, an extended dream that lurches, now and then, into nightmare. Now is the time the wild beasts come out, now is the savage time of the year, nothing left for the wolves to eat - ,'
Other parts played by PETER-BALDWIN, EVE KARPF, ELIZABETH RIDER, JEREMY BOOKER and EMMA-KATE DAVIES. Directed by GLYN DEARMAN followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Angela Carter
Unknown:
Jeremy Booker
Unknown:
Emma-Kate Davies.
Directed By:
Glyn Dearman
Red Riding Hood:
Elizabeth Proud
Werewolf:
Michael Williams
Granny:
Katherine Parr
Storyteller:
John Westbrook

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

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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