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Berlioz Three orchestral extracts from The
Damnation of Faust HALLE ORCHESTRA, conducted by JAMES LOUGHRAN
7.18* Milhaud Suite: Le voyageur sans bagages ENSEMBLE
7.29* Fauré Prélude:
Pénélope: SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA, conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
7.37* de Séverac Le soldat de plomb
MARYLENNE DOSSE, ANNIE PETIT (piano duet)
7.48. Chabrier Rhapsody: Espana
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.0 News
8.5 Boyce Overture: His Majesty's Birthday Ode, 1775: LAMOUREUX CONCERTS ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ANTHONY LEWIS
8.14* Avison Concerto
NO 6 in D: HURWITZ CHAMBER ENSEMBLE, conducted by EMANUEL HURWITZ
8.22* Handel Suite No 3 in G (Water Music)
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THEFiELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.32* Mozart Concerto in F for three pianos and orchestra (K 242)
HEPHZIBAH, YALTA AND JEREMY MENUHIN
LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by YEHUDI MERMHIN : records

Contributors

Unknown:
Faust Halle
Conducted By:
James Loughran
Conducted By:
Ernest Ansermet
Piano:
Annie Petit
Conducted By:
Leonard Bernstein
Conducted By:
Sir Anthony Lewis
Conducted By:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By:
Neville Marriner
Conducted By:
Yehudi Mermhin

Sir William Walton
(born 29 March. 1902) Each programme this week covers a decade in Sir William's career. The 20s
Overture: Portsmouth Point (1925) (mono)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER Sinfonia Concertante (1928) I mono)
PHYLLIS SELLICK (piano) CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER Siesta (1926): LONDON
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by the COMPOSER Viola Concerto (1929)
(mono): WILLIAM PRIMROSE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir William Walton
Piano:
Phyllis Sellick
Unknown:
William Primrose
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

played by SHEILA LAWRENCE in the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bedfont Green, Feltham
Frescobaldi Nove toccata inedite per l'organo col contrabasso/pedale
Giovanni Gabrieli Canzon Francese anon Tre balli antichi venezianl
Walton Uppon la mi re
Speth Toccata VI
Purcell Voluntary in G
Frescobaldi Bergamasca

Contributors

Played By:
Sheila Lawrence

direct from St John 's Smith Square, London on Sir William Walton 's 80th birthday
Julian Bream (guitar) Eleanor Bron. Edward Woodward (reciters) Nash Ensemble conducted by Lionel Friend
Walton Five Bagatelles for guitar: Facade

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Unknown:
Sir William Walton
Guitar:
Eleanor Bron.
Guitar:
Edward Woodward
Unknown:
Nash Ensemble
Conducted By:
Lionel Friend

BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE Mendelssohn Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream Horovitz Adagio cantabile Kenneth Platts
Restoration Dances Debussy Prélude a I'après-midi d'un faune Grieg Peer Gynt: Suite No 1

Contributors

Conductor:
Ashley Lawrence

Dvorak String Quartet in c. Op 61
GABRIELI QUARTET
Mozart Exsultate, jubilate VICTORIA DE LOS NGELES (soprano), LONDON
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
Tchatkovsky Symphony No 4 in p minor
PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by ANDRE PREVIN

Contributors

Soprano:
Victoria de Los Ngeles
Conducted By:
Sir Adrian Boult
Conducted By:
Andre Previn

Presenter Natalie Wheen

Hilary McNamara, Howard Shelley (pianos) John Harle (saxophone) City of London Sinfonia, leader Malcolm Layfield, conducted by Richard Hickox

The programme begins with Mozart's Divertimento (K 289), and includes Ravel's Rapsodie espagnole for two pianos at 5.31*, the Fantasia for bassoon and orchestra by Villa-Lobos at 6.10* and ends with Schubert's Symphony No 5 at 6.30*.

Contributors

Presenter:
Natalie Wheen
Pianist:
Hilary McNamara
Pianist:
Howard Shelley
Saxophonist:
John Harle
Musicians:
City of London Sinfonia
Leader:
Malcolm Laycock
Conductor:
Richard Hickox

Mary Seton-Watson , of the BBC's Russian Service, introduces selections from state-owned literary journals
3: Bribery and Censorship ' I won't sign this, it's not what I said.'
' You are being tiresome. After all, they edited
Chekhov and Tolstoy . . . Readers GWEN WATFORD BENJAMIN WHITROW
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Seton-Watson
Producer:
Louise Purslow

Studies in the form of free variations on theme of Beethoven PETER FRANKL (piano)
Ball-Scenen, Op 109 Nos 1-4: PETER FRANKL , ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano duet) (Bpt)

Contributors

Piano:
Beethoven Peter Frankl
Unknown:
Peter Frankl
Piano:
Andras Schiff

in the presence of HRH Princess Alexandra direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
Kyung-Wha Chung (violin) Thomas Allen (baritone) Philharmonia Chorus
Prepared by Andrew Greenwood
Philharmonia Orchestra
leader Christopher Warren-Green
conducted by Andre Previn.

Walton Anniversary Fanfare; Coronation March: Orb and Sceptre; Violin Concerto

(Feature: p6)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Subject:
Sir William Walton
Violinist:
Kyung-Wha Chung
Baritone:
Thomas Allen
Singers:
Philharmonia Chorus
Chorus Master:
Andrew Greenwood
Musicians:
Philharmonia Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
Christopher Warren-Green
Conductor:
Andre Previn

In Southern Calabria by JOHN IRVING
Edward Lear 's Nonsense Verse grew out of drawings made in his Calabrian Journal for 1847.
Reader GEOFFREY BEEVERS Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
John Irving
Unknown:
Edward Lear
Producer:
Brian Miller

A programme drawn from the poetry of George Mackay Brown. Poems read by George Mackay Brown and Inga Adams
In programmes like this, the art of fine documentary feature making was kept alive.
(The Times)

Contributors

Reader:
George Mackay Brown
Reader:
Inga Adams
Sound recording in Orkney:
Geoffrey Purrier
Sound recording at the Radiophonic Workshop:
Isabel Sargent
Sound recording at the Radiophonic Workshop:
David Hitchinson
Sound recording at the Radiophonic Workshop:
Peter Howell
Writer/Producer:
Desmond Briscoe

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