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Auber Overture: La Neige LSO/RICHARD BONYNGE
7.05* W.F. Bach Trio in A minor STEPHEN PRESTON (flute)
NICHOLAS MCGEGAN (flute) ANTHONY PLEETH (cello) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
7.09* Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op 33 LEONARD ROSE (cello)
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA/
EUGENE ORMANDY
7.30 News
7.35 Mozart Ave verum corpus (K618)
LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS AND
ORCHESTRA/COLIN DAVIS
7.39* Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica) (Mono) VIENNA POi ERICH KLEIBER Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Bonynge
Flute:
Stephen Preston
Flute:
Nicholas McGegan
Cello:
Anthony Pleeth
Harpsichord:
Christopher Hogwood
Cello:
Leonard Rose
Unknown:
Eugene Ormandy
Unknown:
Erich Kleiber

Frank Bridge
So long as we have no consciously national music, I think all should be well with the future. Overture: Rebus (1940)
LPO NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE Quartet No 4 (1938)
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET
Allegro moderato (Symphony for strings) (1941)
LPO/NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE Poem No 2: The Story of My Heart
NEW QUEEN'S HALL LIGHT ORCHESTRA;
THE COMPOSER (1924 recording) Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Braithwaite

(mezzo-soprano) with ROGER VIGNOLES (piano) Schumann Meine Rose ,
Op 90 No 2; Requiem, Op 90 No 7; Die Fensterscheibe, Op 107 No 2; Die letzten Blumen starben,
Op 104 No 6; Maria Stuart songs, Op 135
Brahms Zigeunerlieder ,
Op 103 Nos 1-7 and No 11 (R)

Contributors

Piano:
Roger Vignoles
Piano:
Schumann Meine Rose
Unknown:
Maria Stuart
Unknown:
Brahms Zigeunerlieder

led by JAMES CLARK conducted by YAN PASCAL TORTELIER (violin) JAMES CLARK (violin)
Vivaldi Concerto in A minor (Rv 522), for two violins
Schubert Rondo in A (D 438) Dag Wiren Serenade, Op 11
Grieg Elegiac Melodies, Op 34 Bartok Romanian Dances
(Given on 26 June in Bradenstoke Hall , St Donat's Arts Centre, in association with the Welsh Arts Council) BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
James Clark
Conducted By:
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Violin:
James Clark
Violins:
Schubert Rondo
Unknown:
Bradenstoke Hall

Last concert in the season
MEDICI STRING QUARTET
Mozart Quartet in G (K 387) Britten Quartet No 3
Series producer MARK RAWLINSON (Given last Wednesday in Studio 7) Ticket details from:
BBC Concerts Promotion. PO Box 27 Manchester M60 1SJ

Contributors

Producer:
Mark Rawlinson

The last of three programmes featuring ballet scores by Malcolm Williamson Sinfonia concertante MARTIN JONES (piano) ROYAL LIVERPOOL PO conducted by CHARLES GROVES Perisynthion: SYDNEY so conducted by DOBBS FRANKS
Series producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Williamson
Piano:
Martin Jones
Conducted By:
Charles Groves
Conducted By:
Dobbs Franks
Producer:
Christine Hardwick

Grande serenade concertante in E flat, Op 126
ANGELA MALSBURY (clarinet) FRANK LLOYD (horn) MORAY WELSH (cello)
ANTHONY GOLDSTONE (piano) (R)

Contributors

Clarinet:
Angela Malsbury
Horn:
Frank Lloyd
Cello:
Moray Welsh
Piano:
Anthony Goldstone

ADRIAN PARTINGTON (Organ) WORCESTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR conducted by DONALD HUNT
Stanford Magnificat, Op 164, for double choir
Elgar Organ Sonata No 2; Three Motets, Op 2
Jean Berger Brazilian Psalm (sung in Brazilian)
4.15* A reading from The Selected Writings of Zoltan Kodaly
4.20* Kodaly Missa brevis
Given last October in St Albans Church, in association with Investors in Industry plc
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Partington
Conducted By:
Donald Hunt
Unknown:
Jean Berger

Ronald Atkins presents the fourth of five programmes on American composer and keyboard player
Herbie Hancock. In 1973 the album Headhunters was released. It was a radical new sound, with the solos beautifully integrated into the compositions and a heavy reliance on electronics, and it became the biggestsellingiazz album in history. It also made Hancock a superstar and in great demand for film scores and television jingles.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronald Atkins
Unknown:
Herbie Hancock.

3: Last Things
Read by Margaret Robertson 'With the sardonic twist of circumstance, so prevalent in human affairs, I had no sooner learned how to live than the threat of death struck me. (R)

Contributors

Read By:
Margaret Robertson

live from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Carolyn Watkinson (mezzo-soprano) John Mitchinson (tenor)
BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by Dennis Simons conducted by Kurt Sanderling Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor
8.00* Mahler's Chinese Sources Donald Mitchell considers the oriental roots of Das Lied von der Erde (R)
8.20* Mahler
Das Lied von der Erde

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall.
Mezzo-Soprano:
Carolyn Watkinson
Tenor:
John Mitchinson
Unknown:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Kurt Sanderling
Unknown:
Donald Mitchell

by ANGUS GRAHAM-CAMPBELL with A young man sends cheerful tape-recorded letters from America back home to his parents in England. But it slowly emerges that something very unpleasant has happened in San Francisco.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Angus Graham-Campbell
Directed By:
Richard Wortley
Stewart:
Douglas Hodge
Natalie:
Zelah Clarke

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