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PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Rossini Overture: William Tell
8.17* Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E flat (KE 297b)
(mono)
SIDNEY SUTCLIFFE (oboe)
BERNARD WALTON (clarinet) DENNIS BRAIN (horn) CECIL JAMES (bassoon) gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan
Unknown:
William Tell
Oboe:
Sidney Sutcliffe
Clarinet:
Bernard Walton

Britten
Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo (mono)
PETER PEARS (tenor)
THE COMPOSER (piano) Te Deum in c
CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD directed by DAVID LUMSDEN
String Quartet No 1, in » ALLEGR1 QUARTET gramophone records

Contributors

Piano:
Te Deum
Directed By:
David Lumsden

direct from the Main Hall of theMusikverein, Vienna The traditional annual concert of Viennese music given by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Lorin Maazel including at
10.50* Interval Readings (Highlights on BBC2: 7.55)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Lorin Maazel

BERNE STRING QUARTET
Alexander van Wijnkoop and Christine Ragaz (violins)
Heinrich Craford (viola) Walter Grimmer (cello)
Haydn String Quartet in D minor, Op 76 No 2 Bartok Quartet No4
1.55* Interval Reading
2.0* Bath Festival 1980 Part 2 Beethoven
Quartet in c sharp minor, Op 131
(A public concert arranged by the Bath Festival Society in association with Bain Dawes Ltd) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Alexander van Wijnkoop
Violins:
Christine Ragaz
Viola:
Heinrich Craford

or The King of Barataria
A comic opera in two acts Music by Arthur Sullivan Libretto by w. S. GILBERT The story of Gilbert and Sullivan's collaboration is a well-known catalogue of quarrels and reconciliations, from the time of Trial by Jury in 1875, through their many successes. to The Gondoliers in 1889. Sullivan, whose background lay in ' serious ' music, grew increasingly uneasy about the ' light ' nature of his successes with Gilbert. Not so Gilbert. who was delighted when Queen Victoria commanded a performance of The Gondoliers at Windsor. Sullivan was less pleased and although they went on to produce Utopia Limited and The Grand Duke. the great partnership was over and The Gondoliers was their final 'smash hit
BBC SINGERS
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by SIR CHARLES MACKERRAS
Producers ROBERT BOWMAN and IAN COTTERELL

Contributors

Music By:
Arthur Sullivan
Unknown:
S. Gilbert
Unknown:
Grand Duke.
Leader:
John Bradbury
Conducted By:
Sir Charles MacKerras
Producers:
Robert Bowman
Producers:
Ian Cotterell
Duke:
Eric Shilling (baritone)
Luiz:
Vernon Midgley (tenor)
Don Alhambra:
Michael Langdon (bass)
Marco:
Neil Jenkins (tenor)
Guisseppe:
Niall Murray (baritone)
Antonio:
Leslie Fyson (baritone)
Duchess:
Anne Collins (contralto)
Casilda:
Pamela Field (soprano)
Gianetta:
Marilyn Hill Smith (sop)
Tessa:
Della Jones (mezzo-Sop)
Fiametta:
Susanna Ross (soprano)
Giulia:
Anna Bernardin (soprano)
Vittoria:
Ameral Gunson (contralto)
Inez:
Ameral Gunson (contralto)
Francesco:
Ian Kennedy (tenor)
Giorgio:
Philip O'Reilly (bass)

Papillons. Op 2: Piano Quartet in E flat. Op 47 MURRAY PERAHIA (piano)
MEMBERS OF THE GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
Kenneth Sillito (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (cello)
(Given at the 1979 Benson and Hedges Music Festival)

Contributors

Violin:
Kenneth Sillito
Cello:
Keith Harvey

Fifth of seven programmes of Christmas music by Bach
Cantata No 190: Singet dem Herrn cin neues Lied
(reconstructed by WALTER REINHART and PAUL STEINITZ )
PAUL ESSWOOD
(counter-tenor)
WYNFORD EVANS (tenor) JOHN NOBLE (baritone)
LONDON BACH SOCIETY CHOIR
AND BAROQUE ORCHESTRA leader JOHN HOLLOWAY conductor PAUL STEINITZ
4 Next cantata: next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown:
Walter Reinhart
Unknown:
Paul Steinitz
Unknown:
Paul Esswood
Tenor:
Wynford Evans
Baritone:
John Noble
Leader:
John Holloway
Conductor:
Paul Steinitz

by CECIL TORR. selected by DEREK PARKER
The second of two selections of rural anecdotes about life in a Devon village.
' A farmer here was leaning over a gate from which there is a glorious view. Seeing the view, a passer-by remarked to him how glorious it was. The farmer answered: " Durn the view. I bain t lookin' at no view. I be lookin' how they dratted rabbits as ated up my tunnips." '
Read by Paul Rogers
Producer ANTHONY VIVIS followed by an interlude

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Parker
Read By:
Paul Rogers
Producer:
Anthony Vivis

BBC Radio 3

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