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Purcell 0 sing unto the Lord DAVID THOMAS (bass)
CHOIR OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL.
OXFORD
ENGLISH CONCERT directed by SIMON PRESTON
7.18* Delius Life's dance
RPO/SIR CHARLES GROVES
7.34* Tippett Four songs from the British Isles
SCHOLA CANTORUM OF OXFORD/
NICHOLAS CLEOBURY
7.47* Beethoven The soldier JOHN NOBLE (baritone)
ELIZABETH PERRY (violin) FELIX SCHMIDT (cello)
PETER PETTINGER (piano)
7.51* Bax The Dance of Wild Irravel: LPO/BRYDEN THOMSON
8.0 News
8.5 Grainger Early one morning LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI SO/STOKOWSKI
8.9* Smart The squirrel PRO CANTIONE ANTIQUA directed by MARK BROWN
8.13* Beethoven Piano Concerto in D (arrangement of the Violin Concerto, Op 61) Eco directed by DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano) records

Contributors

Bass:
David Thomas
Directed By:
Simon Preston
Unknown:
Nicholas Cleobury
Violin:
Elizabeth Perry
Cello:
Felix Schmidt
Directed By:
Mark Brown
Piano:
Daniel Barenboim

RURIKO TSUKAHARA (violin) JOHN ALLEY (piano)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by HEINZ GEESE Sinigaglia Overture: Le baruffe chiozzotte
Sarasate Concert fantasy on 'Carmen'
Moszkowski, arr Frank and Scharwenka Spanish dances Smetana From my homeland Falla Spanish Dance No 1 (La vida breve)
Dukas Scherzo: The sorcerer's apprentice

Contributors

Violin:
Ruriko Tsukahara
Conducted By:
Heinz Geese

Mike Harrison presents the eighth of ten programmes on the music of the Canadian jazz composer and arranger. Evans described the rock musician Jimi Hendrix as 'a very, very great guitar player', so it is not surprising that he should arrange several Hendrix compositions for his own orchestra, including 'Castles made of sand' and 'Little wing'. (The Gil Evans 75th Birthday Concert on Friday at 9.45pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Harrison
Musician:
Jimi Hendrix
Unknown:
Gil Evans

direct from the German
Protestant Christchurch, Montpelier Place, London Margaret Phillips (organ)
Buxtehude Toccata in F major;
Chorale prelude: Vater unser im Himmelreich
Scheidt Variations on a galliard by John Dowland
Bruhns Prelude and Fugue in G major
Sweelinck Variations on 'Mein junges Leben hat ein End'
Bach Num komm' der Heiden Heiland (bwv 659, 660 and 661) (Tickets available from the Ticket Unit, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WIA 4WW)

Contributors

Unknown:
John Dowland
Unknown:
Heiden Heiland

Paul Robertson (violin) David Matthews (violin)
Ivo Jan van der Werff (viola) Anthony Lewis (cello) Hoddinott Quartet No 2
(first broadcast performance) Debussy Quartet in G minor (Given in association with the Northern Bank Ltd)
BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Violin:
Paul Robertson
Violin:
David Matthews
Viola:
Ivo Jan van Der Werff
Cello:
Anthony Lewis

direct from Ripon Cathedral
Introit: 0 come, ye servants of the Lord (Tye); Versicles and Responses (Piccolo)
Psalms: 6,7,8 (Monk, Cooke,
Corfe); Readings (JB): Jeremiah 38, vv 14-28; Romans 1, vv 18-32 Office hymn (NEH 443): Rejoice, the Lord is King
Canticles (Harwood in A flat) Anthem: Faire is the heaven (Harris); Voluntary: Finale (Widor, Symphony No 6)
Organist and Master of the Choristers RONALD PERRIN
Assistant organist ROBERT MARSH BBC Manchester

Contributors

Organist:
Robert Marsh

John Ireland A London Overture
LSOISIR JOHN BARBIROLU : record
5.22* Schumann Song-cycle: Dichterliebe
HERMANN PREY (baritone)
LEONARD HOKANSON (piano) (R)
5.54* Tchaikovsky Piano
Concerto No 2, in G: JOHN lill BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by DAVID ATHERTON (R)
6.38* Martinu Jazz Suite ZDENEK JILEK (piano)
MEMBERS OF THE PRAGUE SO/ ZBYNEK VOSTRAK: record

Contributors

Unknown:
Lsoisir John Barbirolu
Piano:
Leonard Hokanson
Unknown:
John Lill
Conducted By:
David Atherton

Clemens Krauss at the Munich State Opera
Strauss Verraten hab' ich meine Gefulle (Capriccio) Countess
VIORICAURSULEAC (soprano)
Flamand ..FRANZ KLARWEIN (tenor) ORCHESTRA OF THE BAVARIAN STATE
OPERA, MUNICH (1942 recording)
Wagner Die Frist ist urn (Der fliegende Hollander) Dutchman
HANS HOTTER (baritone)
ORCHESTRA OF THE BAVARIAN STATE OPERA, MUNICH (1944 recording) Strauss 1st ein traum, kann nicht wirklich sein (Duet and Finale, Der Rosenkavalier)
Sophie ........ADELE KERN (soprano) Octavian ..................GEORGINE VON
MILINKOVIC (mezzo-soprano)
ORCHESTRA OF THE BAVARIAN STATE OPERA. MUNICH (1944 recording) records

Contributors

Unknown:
Clemens Krauss
Unknown:
Strauss Verraten
Tenor:
Franz Klarwein
Unknown:
Wagner Die Frist
Unknown:
Georgine Von

First of two programmes On the Tightrope
Very atonal and full of dissonances. Such music used to symbolise the inner strife of our nation. (Newspaper criticism of Kauffmann's music, 1934)
Quite a decent piece
(GOEBBELS on Holler's
Symphonic Fantasy, 1940)
Leo Justinus Kauffmann Music for brass (1941)
LOCKE BRASS CONSORT/ JAMES STOBART
Karl HoUer Symphonic Fantasy on a theme of Frescobaldi (1934) (mono)
BAVARIAN RSOiEUGEN
JOCHUM Strauss Olympic Hymn (1936) (mono): CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA/ BRUNO SEIDLER WINKLER : records

Contributors

Unknown:
James Stobart
Unknown:
Jochum Strauss
Unknown:
Bruno Seidler Winkler

Daphne Bucolic tragedy in one act Text by JOSEPH GREGOR Music by Strauss
A recording of the first British stage production, given by Opera North at the Grand Theatre, Leeds, on 9 May
(sung in the English translation by Maria Massey Pelican) The scene is a pastoral landscape at the foot of Mount Olympus.
CHORUS OF OPERA NORTH chorus-master JOHN PRYCE-JONES
ENGLISH NORTHERN PHILHARMONIA leader DAVID GREED conductor DAVID LLOYD-JONES

Contributors

Unknown:
Daphne Bucolic
Unknown:
Joseph Gregor
Chorus-Master:
John Pryce-Jones
Conductor:
David Lloyd-Jones

Kathryn Stott (piano)
Schubert Impromptus (D 899): No 3, in G flat; No 4, in A flat Berg Sonata , Op 1
Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata)
(Given earlier this evening in Studio 7. Ticket detailsfrom BBC Concerts
Promotion, POBox27, Manchester M601SJ)

Contributors

Piano:
Kathryn Stott
Unknown:
Berg Sonata

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