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J. C. Bach Sinfonia in E flat, Op 9 No 2
BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIETTA conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
7.19' C. P. E. Bach
Quartet in G (Wq 95) ENSEMBLE
7.36* Janacek Suite: The Cunning Little Vixen TORONTO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
8.0 News
8.5 Rimsky-Korsakov Spanish Caprice CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
8.22* Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1. in D KYUNG-WHA CHUNG
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRt PREVIN
8.44* Mussorgsky A Night on the Bare Mountain LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO : records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Kenneth Montgomery
Conducted By:
Andrew Davis
Conducted By:
Daniel Barenboim
Conducted By:
Andrt Previn
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado

Purcell
Sonata of four parts No 9. in F: ENSEMBLE
Suite No 4, in A minor KENNETH GILBERT (harpsichord)
Ode: Yorkshire Feast PAUL ESSWOOD
(counter-tenor)
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor) MICHAEL GEORGE and DAVID THOMAS (basses)
CHOIR OF THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF ST MARY IN
WARWICK: LA GRANDE ECURIE ET LA CHAMBRE DU ROY conducted by JEAN-CLAUDE MALGOIRE : records

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Kenneth Gilbert
Tenor:
Michael George
Basses:
David Thomas
Conducted By:
Jean-Claude Malgoire

HELEN DONATH (soprano) INGRID MAYR (contralto) CLAES-HAAKON AHNSJO (tenor)
HELMUT BERGER-TUNA (bass) AUSTRIAN RADIO CHORUS OSKAR PETER (organ) VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN
Overture: The Magic Flute Vesperae de Dominica (K 321)
Symphony No 36, in c (k 425) (Llnz)
(Austrian Radio recording, from the Salzburg Mozart Week)

Contributors

Soprano:
Helen Donath
Contralto:
Ingrid Mayr
Unknown:
Oskar Peter
Conducted By:
Vaclav Neumann

chorus-master NINA WALKER BERNADETTE GREEVY (contralto)
KENNETH WOOLLAM (tenor) DAVID WILSON-JOHNSON (bass-baritone)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by OWAIN ARWEL HUGHES Part 1
Anthony Hedges The Temple of Solomon
(Huddersfteld Choral
Society commission: first performance)
Walton Gloria for soloists, chorus and orchestra

Contributors

Chorus-Master:
Nina Walker
Contralto:
Bernadette Greevy
Tenor:
Kenneth Woollam
Leader:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Owain Arwel
Unknown:
Anthony Hedges
Unknown:
Walton Gloria

Economic uncertainty faces universities and graduates alike - red-brick and Oxbridge, physicists and philosophers. What advantages does higher education give to a society in recession?
Professor Martin Trow , Director of the Centre for Studies in Higher Education, in the University of California in Berkeley, assesses the value of British and American universities. In conversation with A. H. Halsey. Professor of Social and Administrative Studies at Oxford University, he describes his investigations over the last decade.
Producer RICHARD ELLIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Martin Trow
Unknown:
A. H. Halsey.
Producer:
Richard Ellis

' I have the unfashionable conviction that the proper concern of architecture is more than self-display.' BERTHOLD LUBETKIN retired from the architectural scene in 1951 because he disliked contemporary developments. As a result, his candidature for the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture was rejected. This year the RIBA has. after all, made the award to him, and the architect Cedric Price reflects on why this should be a fitting moment to reconsider his ideas and designs. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS

Contributors

Unknown:
Berthold Lubetkin
Unknown:
Cedric Price
Producer:
Judith Bumpus

abridged by MICHAEL ALEXANDER from his own translation. Read by Harvey Hallsmith
The first in a six-part reading of the Old
English epic poem. It tells of the struggle of Beowulf against Grendel's evil and. through this story, of the life and death of a civilisation. Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Abridged By:
Michael Alexander
Read By:
Harvey Hallsmith
Producer:
Brian Miller

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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