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Grieg Holberg Suite
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
Mussorgsky, orch Ravel Pictures from an Exhibition: CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI : records

Contributors

Unknown:
Grieg Holberg Suite
Conducted By:
Raymond Leppard
Conducted By:
Sir Georg Solti

INTERNATIONAL STAFF BAND
OF THE SALVATION ARMY conductor LT-COL RAY BOWES Music by Erik Leidzen , Leslie Condon and Ray Bowes. and an arrangement by Wilfred Heaton

Contributors

Conductor:
Lt-Col Ray Bowes
Music By:
Erik Leidzen
Music By:
Leslie Condon
Music By:
Ray Bowes.
Unknown:
Wilfred Heaton

Nicholas Kenyon presents The Rouen Officium Pastorum
John Stevens introduces the Shepherds' Drama from Rouen Cathedral, which survives in three manuscripts from the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. It is heard in its liturgical context, between the end of Matins and the beginning of Midnight Mass.
Musica Sacra Rediviva, director Edgar Fleet

Contributors

Presenter:
Nicholas Kenyon
Presenter:
John Stevens
Singers:
Musica Sacra Rediviva
Director:
Edgar Fleet

conducts the ZURICH TONHALLE ORCHESTRA Weber Overture: Der Freischiitz
Prokofiev Symphony No 1. in D (Classical) Strauss Don Juan
2.45* Interval Reading
2.50* Concert
Part 2 Schumann
Symphony No 1. in b flat (Swiss Radio recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
Strauss Don Juan

A recital by DINAH HARRIS (soprano) and GORDON STEWART (piano) who introduce the programme of songs by Brahms, Bizet, Schubert. Granados, Fauré, Mozart. Poulenc, Debussy and Wolf, and arrangements of Strachey's 'These foolish things ' and Cole Porter 's 'Just one of those things'

Contributors

Soprano:
Dinah Harris
Piano:
Gordon Stewart
Piano:
Cole Porter

Michael Billington (in the Chair) reviews the year with film critics Derek Malcolm and Alexander Walker , television critics Russell Davies and Chris Dunkley. radio critics Anthony Curtis and Gillian Reynolds. art critics Edward Lucie-Smith and Marina Vaizey , and theatre critics John Elsom and Benedict Nightingale. Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Billington
Unknown:
Derek Malcolm
Unknown:
Alexander Walker
Unknown:
Russell Davies
Unknown:
Chris Dunkley.
Unknown:
Gillian Reynolds.
Unknown:
Edward Lucie-Smith
Unknown:
Marina Vaizey
Unknown:
John Elsom

Intermezzo
A domestic comedy with symphonic interludes, in two acts, by Strauss, sung in the English version Of ANDREW PORTER
LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, leader RODNEY FRIEND, conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD. Act 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Porter
Conducted By:
John Pritchard.
Christine:
Elisabeth Söderströ (sop)
Robert Storch, her husband.:
Marco Bakker (bar)
Anna, her chambermaid:
Elizabeth Gale (sorano
Franzl, her son:
Richard Allfrey (spoken Role)
Therese, the housemaid:
Angela Whittingham (spoken Role)
Fanny, the cook:
Barbara Dix (spoken Role)
Marie, the housemaid:
Susan Varley (spoken Role)
Baron Lummer:
Alexander Oliver (tenor)
Notary's wife:
Rae Woodland (soprano)
Resi, the Baron's friend:
Cynthia Buchan (mezzo-Sop)
Commercial dignitary:
Donald Bell (baritone)
Opera singer:
Dennis Wicks (bass)
Conductor:
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
Legal dignitary:
Brian Donlan (baritone)
Notary:
Thomas Lawlor (bass-Bar)

by John Fletcher
with Donald McBride as Dad

Dad is a Tynesider. After losing the job he has had for 20 years, he thinks twice before accepting another.
'I'm not taking that job and I'm not going to start working for a load of idiots that think sticking propellers on a boat means something.'

Contributors

Writer:
John Fletcher
Producer:
Shaun MacLoughlin
Dad:
Donald McBride

Third of seven programmes Cantata No 64: Sehet, welch' eine Liebe hat uns der Vater erzeiget
HAZEL HOLT (soprano), PAUL ESSWOOD (counter-tenor) JOHN NOBLE (baritone)
LONDON BACH SOCIETY CHOIR ANr) BAROQUE ORCHESTRA leader JOHN HOLLOWAY conductor PAUL STEINITZ

Contributors

Soprano:
Hazel Holt
Soprano:
Paul Esswood
Baritone:
John Noble
Leader:
John Holloway
Conductor:
Paul Steinitz

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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