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Herold Overture: Zampa MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
8.13' Alkan March in A minor, Op 40 No 1;
Barcarolle Op 67 No 6; Saltarello in E minor, Op 24:
BERNARD RINGEISSEN (piano)
8.25, Donizetti Ed ancor la tremenda porta
(Roberto Devereux ) JosÉ CARRERAS (tenor) AMBROSIAN SINGERS
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by JESÚS LÓPEZ-COBOS
8.35* Relnecke Flute Concerto in D, Op 283 JAMES GALWAY
LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HIROYUKI IWAKI gramophone records

Contributors

Piano:
Bernard Ringeissen
Unknown:
Roberto Devereux
Conducted By:
Hiroyuki Iwaki

Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:
Beethoven's third piano concerto, by BRYCE MORRISON ; Miscellaneous new records reviewed by STEPHEN DODGSON.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Bryce Morrison
Reviewed By:
Stephen Dodgson.
Producer:
Arthur Johnson

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4, in G LINDE CONSORT directed by HANS-MARTIN LINDE
Mozart Vesperae de Dominica (K 321)
MITSUKO SHIRAI (soprano) HEIDI REISS (contralto)
EBERHARD BUCHNER (tenor) HERMANN CHRISTIAN POLSTER (bass)
LEIPZIG CHORUS AND
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT KEGEL
Zemllnsky Sinfonietta BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by BERNHARD KLEE gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Bach Brandenburg
Directed By:
Hans-Martin Linde
Directed By:
Mozart Vesperae
Soprano:
Mitsuko Shirai
Bass:
Hermann Christian Polster
Conducted By:
Herbert Kegel
Conducted By:
Zemllnsky Sinfonietta
Conducted By:
Bernhard Klee

in F minor, Op 20 No 5 in G major, Op 77 No 1 Eder String Quartet Pal Eder (violin)
Erika Toth (violin) Zoltan T6th (viola) Gyorgy Eder (cello) direct from Broadcasting House, London

Contributors

Violin:
Pal Eder
Violin:
Erika Toth
Violin:
Zoltan T6th
Cello:
Gyorgy Eder

leader CARRY WILDE conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Schubert Overture: The Faithful Sentinel
Sibelius Andante Festivo for strings
Hoist Double Concerto BARRY WILDE ,
MARTIN HUGHES (Violins) Moeran Sinfonietta BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conducted By:
Vernon Handley
Unknown:
Barry Wilde
Violins:
Martin Hughes

Music from the final years of the 18th century: the time of Mozart's last works and early death,
Haydn's emergence from the enforced originality of his life at Eszterhaze into the stimulating glare of the musical world, and the young Beethoven's first years in Vienna. Haydn String Quartet in c. Op 76 No 3 (Emperor)
AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET gramophone record
2.50* Haydn Symphony No 98, in B flat
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM gramophone record
3.25* Boccherlnl Quartet in E minor for guitar and strings
NARCISO YEPES
MELOS QUARTET OF STUTTGART: record
3.50* Mozart Piano
Concerto No 27, in B flat (K 595)
DANIEL BARENBOIM
(soloist and conductor) CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(WFMT recording.
Overseas broadcast made possible by a grant to the orchestra from Amoco (UK) Ltd)
4.35* Beethoven Piano Sonata in D, Op 10 No 3 ARTUR SCHNABEL : record with excerpts from
Mozart's last operas and music from revolutionary Paris: (records)
Producer GORDON STEWART

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Soloist:
Daniel Barenboim
Unknown:
Artur Schnabel
Producer:
Gordon Stewart

Anthony Thwalte (in the Chair) talks with Richard Mayne , Bryan Robertson and Claire Tomalln. This week's subjects: Mai Zetterling's film Scrubbers;
Van Dyck by Christopher Brown and Van Dyck in England ' at the National Portrait Gallery, London: Wagner's Ring onBBC2andRadio3; Tom Stoppard 's new play The Real Thing; and White Mischief, James Fox 's study of the murder of the Earl of Erroll.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Mayne
Unknown:
Bryan Robertson
Unknown:
Claire Tomalln.
Unknown:
Van Dyck
Unknown:
Christopher Brown
Unknown:
Van Dyck
Unknown:
Tom Stoppard
Unknown:
James Fox

or The Peer and the Peri An Entirely New and Original Fairy Opera in Two Acts, first performed on 25 November 1882 at the Savoy Theatre. London
Written by w. S. GILBERT Music by Arthur Sullivan
BBC SINGERS
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by FRASER GOULDING Act 1
Producers ROBERT BOWMAN and IAN COTTERELL
8.30-8.40* Interval Reading
8.40* Act 2

Contributors

Unknown:
S. Gilbert
Music By:
Arthur Sullivan
Leader:
John Bradbury
Conducted By:
Fraser Goulding
Producers:
Robert Bowman
Producers:
Ian Cotterell
Lord Chancellor:
John Reed
Earl of Mountararat:
Forbes Robinson
Earl Tolloller:
Neil Jenkins
Private Willis:
John Lawrenson
Strephon:
Niall Murray
Queen of the Fairies:
Anne Collins
foianthe:
Joyce Mandré
Celia:
Lissa Gray
Leila:
Pat Whitmore
FlCta:
Wendy Murray
Phyllis:
Pamela Field

Nine talks by Bernard Levin 6: Shakespeare
' Shakespeare's mind is an instrument of such stupendous understanding, depth and creativity that it towers over the human race. And Shakespeare's poetry. in which he presented the contents of that mind. provides a pleasure which consumes like fire.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Levin

Kees Boeke (recorders) Walter van Hauwe (recorders)
Wouter Mbller (baroque cello) Bob van Asperen (harpsichord) Part 1
Tclemann Trio-Sonata in c minor
Geminiani Sonata in D minor. Op 5 No 2 William Williams Sonata in A mlinor John Hilton Three Fantasias

Contributors

Unknown:
Kees Boeke
Unknown:
Walter van Hauwe
Harpsichord:
Bob van Asperen

Part 2
Purcell Trio-Sonata No 6, in G minor (1697)
Clma Sonata a tre (1610) Sweellnck Fantasia
Chromatica Matthew Locke Suite No 1 (Git-en on 28 October in the Wigmore Hall, London as part of the Early
Music Centre Festival)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sweellnck Fantasia
Unknown:
Chromatica Matthew Locke

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