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Brahms, orch Hidas Hungarian Dances,
Nos 17-21: FRANZ LISZT CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by JANOS ROLLA
8.16* Mozart Duo No 2 in Bflat (K 424) (mono)
JASCHA HEIFETZ (Violin)
WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Viola)
8.34* Liszt Piano Concerto No 2, in A major JORGE BOLET
ROCHESTER PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by DAVID ZINMAN : records

Contributors

Unknown:
Franz Liszt
Directed By:
Janos Rolla
Violin:
Jascha Heifetz
Conducted By:
David Zinman

Presenter Paul Vaughan Building a Library:
Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 4, in F minor, by GEOFFREY NORRIS.
New opera records reviewed by RODNEY MILNES. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON

Contributors

Presenter:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Geoffrey Norris.
Reviewed By:
Rodney Milnes.
Producer:
Arthur Johnson

Grieg Incidental music: Peer Gynt (excerpts)
ADELE STOLTE (soprano) LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA, conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN
Walton Symphony No 1 PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HAITINK : records

Contributors

Soprano:
Adele Stolte
Conducted By:
Vaclav Neumann
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink

MORRIS MOTORS BAND conductor CLIFF EDMUNDS Bryan Kelly March: Washington DC
Percy Code Caprice:
Zelda Denis Wright Scherzo: Music for Brass
Reginald Heath Springtime
Hubert Bath Honour and Glory
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Conductor:
Cliff Edmunds
Conductor:
Bryan Kelly
Unknown:
Zelda Denis Wright

Presenter Lionel Salter
The Lamentations of Jeremiah, a setting by the young William Byrd: Hilliard Ensemble.
Lassus and the Liturgy: Clive Wearing shows how the strict liturgical observance of the Munich Court affected Lassus' music.

(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Lionel Salter
Musicians:
Hilliard Ensemble
Pesenter (Lassus and the Liturgy):
Clive Wearing

Opera in three acts Music by Verdi
Libretto by ANTONIO SOMMA , after EUGENE SCRIBE (sung in Italian: records) Conspirators:
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF la SCALA, MILAN, conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO. Act 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Antonio Somma
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado.

William Feaver (in the Chair) talks with Chris Dunkley , Hermione Lee and Marina Vaizey.
This week's subjects: The World About US: Tibet - a two-part documentary on BBC2. A Coat of Varnish by Ronald Millar , at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket.
Paintings 1975-76 by Edward Burra , at the Lefevre Gallery. Sharky's Machine
Directed by Burt Reynolds An English Temper: Essays on Education, Culture and Communications by Richard Hoggart.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown:
William Feaver
Unknown:
Chris Dunkley
Unknown:
Hermione Lee
Unknown:
Marina Vaizey.
Unknown:
Ronald Millar
Unknown:
Edward Burra
Directed By:
Burt Reynolds
Unknown:
Richard Hoggart.

The CIA still blush at the name of Virgilio Scattolini. They even tried to bury his files in a farmer s field, but the US Freedom of Information Act has now made them available. Scattolini worked in Rome during the Second World War. within earshot of the Vatican's diplomatic secrets, and he sold them to both Hitler and Roosevelt. Then he made one crucial mistake ... Derek Robinson presents the tale of a wartime spy. with Frank Finlay as Scattolini, and Richard Pasco as his contact with the CIA. Producer
RICHARD ELLIS
(Frank Finlay is in ' Amadeus ' at Her Majesty's Theatre.
London. Richard Pasco is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

Contributors

Unknown:
Virgilio Scattolini.
Unknown:
Derek Robinson
Unknown:
Frank Finlay
Unknown:
Richard Pasco
Unknown:
Richard Ellis
Unknown:
Frank Finlay

by J.W. Von Goethe translated by R.J. Hollingdale and abridged for radio in five parts by Roger Frith
Read by Richard Morant
BBC Bristol
(Part 4: Wed 9.45 pm)

Contributors

Author:
J.W. Von Goethe
Translated by:
R.J. Hollingdale
Abridged by:
Roger Firth
Reader:
Richard Morant

BBC Radio 3

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