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Lalande Concert de trompettes pour les festes sur le canal de Versailles JEAN-FRANCOIS PAILLARD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN-FRANCOIS PAILLARD
7.14* Marais Couplets on les Folies d'Espagne HEINZ HOLLIGER (oboe) CIIRISTIANNE JACCOTTET (harpsichord)
MARCEL CERVERA
(viola da gamba)
7.27* Poulenc Concerto in D minor
THE COMPOSER and JACQUES fevrier (pianos) PARIS CONSERVATOIRE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by GLORGES PRETRE
7.47* Massenet Ballet Music: Castillane:
Andalouse; Aragonaise (Le Cid)
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS FREMALX
8.0 News
8.5 Kodaly Hungarian Rondo
PHILIIARMONIA IIUNCARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
8.14* Poncliielli Quartet for wind instruments. with piano accompaniment SYRINX ENSEMBLE
8.28* Strauss Horn
Concerto No 1. in E flat (mono)
DENNIS BRAIN
PHILIIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH
8.43* Elgar Introduction and Allegro, for strings ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS. conducted by NF.VILLE MARRINER : records

Contributors

Viola:
Marcel Cervera
Conducted By:
Glorges Pretre
Conducted By:
Louis Fremalx
Conducted By:
Antal Dorati
Conducted By:
Wolfgang Sawallisch
Unknown:
Ville Marriner

Mozart Divertimento in E flat
(K 166)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC
WIND ENSEMBLE
Bassoon Concerto in b flat (k 191)
MICHAEL CHAPMAN. ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
Missa Brevis in F (K 192) CELESTINE CASAPIETRA (soprano)
ANNELIES BURMEISTER (contralto)
PETER SCHREIER (tenor)
HERMANN CHRISTIAN POLSTER (bass)
LEIPZIG RADIO CHOIR AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT ENC ÈL; records

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Chapman.
Conducted By:
Neville Marriner
Tenor:
Peter Schreier
Bass:
Hermann Christian Polster
Conducted By:
Herbert Enc

Opera in five acts Music by Gounod
Libretto by MICHEL CARRE after FREDERIC MISTRAL (sung in French)
James Harding introduces the Grand Theatre.
Geneva. production of Gounod's opera - a colourful story of love and faith, set in Provence.
CHORUS OF THE GRAND
THEATRE, chorus-master PAUL-ANDRE GAILLARD
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by SYLVAIN CAMBRELING
(Swiss Radio recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michel Carre
Unknown:
Frederic Mistral
Introduces:
James Harding
Conducted By:
Sylvain Cambreling

by John Arden
after Goethe's Goetz von Berlichinacn
Music by David Timson
David Suchet as lronhand
Through the glass of this medieval story. Goethe saw modern free man in chains; the princes absolute, stupid, surrounded by unscrupulous counsellors; the church stagnant: the law unjust and corrupt. Goetz Ironhand is a man who raises his iron fist against a decadent civilisation.
Adapted for radio and directed by MARTIN JENKINS
(David Suchet is an associate member of The Royal Shakespeare Company. Harold innocent is at the National Theatre, London. John Turner is in Evita at the Prince Edward Theatre, London)
During the interval 8.20-8.38' Vladimir Ashkenazy plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata in F, Op 54: record

Contributors

Unknown:
John Arden
Unknown:
Berlichinacn Music
Unknown:
David Timson
Unknown:
David Suchet
Unknown:
Goetz Ironhand
Directed By:
Martin Jenkins
Directed By:
David Suchet
Unknown:
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Weislingen:
John Woodvine
Adelheid:
Anna Massey
Elisabeth:
Anna Cropper
Maria:
Maureen O'Brien
Selbitz:
Patrick Troughton
Sickingen:
John Turner
Lerse:
David Buck
the Bishop:
Harold Innocent
Karl:
Jill Lidstone
Georg:
Gary Cady
Frans:
Spencer Banks
Liebetraut/Office:
David Timson
Margaret:
Wendy Murray
Dr Olearius/Second merchant.....:
John Warner
Emperor/Chief Judge:
Hugh Dickson
Metzler ,:
John Hollis
Sievers:
David Gooderson
First merchant/Bride's father .........:
Alan Dudley
Peter:
Stephen Garlick
Goetz' officer:
Crawford Logan
Baron von Sirau:
David McAlister
Martin Luther/Serjeant:
Christopher Scott
Landlord/Wild:
Lee Harrington

BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON Robert Spearing Symphony No 2. Op 29 (first broadcast)
Jeffrey Lewis Aurora
David Wynne Symphony No 3
(Given last August in Broadcasting House, Cardiff)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Bryden Thomson
Unknown:
Jeffrey Lewis Aurora
Unknown:
David Wynne

Sonata No 4. in a HANSJÖRG SCHILLENBERGER (oboe)
EDGAR KRAPP (harpsichord) DAVID GERINGAS (cello)
KLAUS STOLL (double- bass) gramophone record

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Edgar Krapp
Cello:
Klaus Stoll

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