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(cello)
The first in a series of seven programmes
Beethoven Cello Sonata in A, Op 69 with DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano)
Haydn Cello Concerto in c ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM records

Contributors

Piano:
Daniel Barenboim
Conducted By:
Daniel Barenboim

(piano)
Bach Partita No 2 in c minor (bwv 826)
Mozart Sonata in B flat (K 570)
1.40* Interval Reading
1.50* Szymanowski Four Mazurkas from Op 50: Nos 13-16
Chopin Two Nocturnes Op 27: No 1 in c sharp minor; No 2 in d flat; Bolero in a minor
(A recital given in June 1983 at the Snape Maltings as part of the Aldeburgh Festival) BBCBirmingham

leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by GUNTHER HERBIG
DAVID WILSON. JOHNSON ..(baritone) Part 1
Tchaikovsky Overture: Romeo and Juliet Mussorgsky , orch
Shostakovich Songs and Dances of Death

Contributors

Leader:
Rodney Friend
Conducted By:
Gunther Herbig
Baritone:
David Wilson. Johnson
Baritone:
Juliet Mussorgsky

by BERTOLT BRECHT, with Bill Wallis as Arturo Ui Brecht 's tragicomic political polemic warning the world of 1938 against the criminality of Hitler by portraying him as, literally, a cheap hoodlum from Brooklyn who exploits the cauliflower trade's depression by setting up protection rackets which ultimately gain him total power in Chicago and Cicero.
Adapted for radio and directed by BKIAN MILLER
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Wallis
Unknown:
Arturo Ui Brecht
Directed By:
Bkian Miller
Newsboy:
Sonia Ritter
O'Casey/Pastor:
Tom Watson
Flake/Bowl/Inna:
Mark Buffery
Woman/Betty Dullfeet:
Miranda Forbes
Counsel:
Leslie Heritage
Roma:
Malcolm Gerard
Clerk/Judge:
Ian Price
Butcher/Prosecutor:
Brian Haines
Sheet/Gaffees:
Alan Dudley
Dogsborough:
John Gabriel
Young Dogsborough/Crocket:
Peter Whitman
Giri:
Peter Woodthorpe
Givola:
Barry Dennen
Dockdaisy:
Heather 8askerville

An oratorio with music by Handel.
Libretto selected by CHARLES JENNENS Edited by HAROLD WATKINS SHAW
LYNDA RUSSELL (soprano) ANNE COLLINS (contralto) PAUL ELIOTT (tenor) PETER SAVIDGE (baritone)
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM CHOIR CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA associate leader
PAUL WILLEY
ROY MASSEY (organ)
NORMAN DYSON (harpsichord) conducted by CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Jennens
Edited By:
Harold Watkins Shaw
Soprano:
Lynda Russell
Contralto:
Anne Collins
Tenor:
Paul Eliott
Baritone:
Peter Savidge
Leader:
Paul Willey
Leader:
Roy Massey
Harpsichord:
Norman Dyson
Conducted By:
Christopher Robinson

Remember, Mr Gandhi , I won't haveanyattacksonmyEmpire. Kenenth Morgan, historian and Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, argues that King George V's image as a fireside-loving King concealed a political shrewdness that ensured the survival of the monarchy into a more democratic, post-imperial age.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Gandhi

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