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Haydn Symphony No 92 in G (Oxford)
VIENNA PO/LEONARD BERNSTEIN
7.30 News
7.35 Bernstein America (West Side Story) TATIANA TROYANOS (mezzo-soprano)
LOUISE EDEIKEN (soprano) ANGELINA REAUX (soprano) STELLA ZAMBALIS (soprano) BROADWAY ORCHESTRAl
THE COMPOSER
7.39* Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA directed by LEONARD BERNSTEIN (piano)
7.56* Glitter Bernstein and BeGay(Candide)
BARBARA COOK (soprano)
BROADWAY ORCHESTRA;
SAMUEL KRACHMALNICK
8.01* Copland El salon Mexico NEW YORK PO/LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.12*
Bernstein Divertimento ISRAEL PO/THE COMPOSER Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Vienna Po/leonard Bernstein
Mezzo-Soprano:
Tatiana Troyanos
Soprano:
Stella Zambalis
Directed By:
Leonard Bernstein
Piano:
Glitter Bernstein
Unknown:
Samuel Krachmalnick
Unknown:
Bernstein Divertimento Israel

Dvorak
Allegretto scherzando in G minor
RADOSLAV KVAPIL (piano)
Symphonic poem: The Wood Dove, Op 110
LOS ANGELES PO/ZUBIN MEHTA Overture: Armida (Mono)
PRAGUE NATIONAL THEATRE
ORCHESTRA/JAROSLAV VOGEL
I Hurried after a Slender Gazelle (Armida, Act 1)
GABRIELA BENACKOVA (SOpranO) CZECH PO/VACLAV NEUMANN
Symphonic poem: Song of a Hero, Op 111
CZECH PO ALOIS KLIMA. Records

Contributors

Piano:
Radoslav Kvapil

Second of two recitals by CAROLINE PALMER (piano)
Mendelssohn Songs without Words: in c, Op 67 No 4; in A minor, Op 85 No 2; in A, Op 102 No 5; in F sharp minor, Op 19 No 5
Grieg Lyric Pieces: in B minor,
Op 43 No 2; in F sharp, Op 43 No 3; in F sharp minor. Op 43 No 1; in A minor, Op 57 No 3
Mendelssohn Songs without Words: in A minor, Op 19 No 2; in c minor, Op 38 No 2; in E flat, Op 53 No 2; in B flat, Op 67 No 3

Contributors

Piano:
Caroline Palmer
Piano:
Mendelssohn Songs

Regional Variations (2)

Cornhill Test
England v Sri Lanka
Ball-by-ball commentary on the first day's play at Lord's by BRIAN JOHNSTON. CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and HENRY BLOFELD. with expert comments from TREVOR BAILEY. COLIN MILBURN and GAMINI GOONESENA. Scorer BILL FRINDALL
1.05 News
1.10 The Great Innings
Fifty years ago last Tuesday, Len Hutton made what was then the highest Test score of 364. Don Mosey relives that day at the Oval and talks to Sir Leonard.
1.30-1.40* County Scoreboard
3.45-4.00* Minor Counties Review with Ralph Dellor Producer PETER BAXTER

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Johnston.
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Henry Blofeld.
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey.
Unknown:
Colin Milburn
Unknown:
Gamini Goonesena.
Unknown:
Bill Frindall
Unknown:
Len Hutton
Unknown:
Ralph Dellor
Producer:
Peter Baxter

led by ANDREW ORTON conducted by EDWARD DOWNES CLIFFORD LANTAFF (harp) Rossini Overture: Semiramide Ginastera Harp Concerto Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian) BBC Manchester (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Orton
Conducted By:
Edward Downes
Harp:
Clifford Lantaff

(violin) with JOSEF HALA (piano) Dvorak Sonatina in G, Op 100 Janacek Sonata Brahms Sonata in A, Op 100 Suk, arr Josef Suk Evening Mood, Op 22b No 3 (R)

Contributors

Piano:
Dvorak Sonatina
Unknown:
Josef Suk

Opera in two acts by Rossini Libretto by ANDREA LEONE TOTTOLA after The Lady of the Lake by WALTER SCOTT (sung in Italian): Records The first of two broadcasts in which Richard Osborne introduces the operas Rossini composed for the San Carlo Theatre , Naples, in 1819. The action takes place in the West Highlands of Scotland in the 16th century. (soprano)(tenor) (mezzo-soprano) (bass) (tenor) (tenor) (tenor) PRAGUE PHILHARMONIC CHORUS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF EUROPE/ MAURIZIO POLLINI

Contributors

Unknown:
Walter Scott
Introduces:
Richard Osborne
Unknown:
San Carlo Theatre
Unknown:
Maurizio Pollini
Elena, daughter of Douglas:
Katia Ricciarelli
Giacomo (King James V), disguised under the name of Uberto:
DalmacIo Gonzales
Malcolm:
Lucia Valenttniterrani
Douglas d'Angus:
Samuel Ramey
Rodrigo di Dhu:
Dano Raffanti
Albina, Elena's confidante:
Cecilia Valdenassi
Serano,Douglas's retainer:
Oslavio Di Credico
Bertram, a courtier:
Antonio D'Uva

NATIONAL YOUTH BRASS BAND
OF WALES conducted by EDWARD GREGSON
Gareth Wood Introduction and Allegro
Paul Patterson Chromoscope Eric Ball Resurgam BBC Wales

Contributors

Conducted By:
Edward Gregson
Conducted By:
Gareth Wood
Unknown:
Paul Patterson Chromoscope
Unknown:
Eric Ball

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London

Ida Haendel (violin)
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Dennis Simons, conducted by Edward Downes

Mendelssohn Overture: Ruy Blas

Alexander Goehr Symphony with Chaconne

7.50* Julian Rushton chairs a live review of Goehr's Symphony with Chaconne, adding his thoughts to those of Bayan Northcott, John Deathridge and Stephen Walsh.

8.10* Beethoven Violin Concerto in D

Contributors

Violinist:
Ida Haendel
Musicians:
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Dennis Simons
Conductor:
Edward Downes
Chairman (Interval):
Julian Rushton
Panellist (Interval):
Bayan Northcott
Panellist (Interval):
John Deathridge
Panellist (Interval):
Stephen Walsh

Superstring theory is now the craze in particle physics. Paul Davies , Professor of Theoretical Physics at Newcastle University, examines the theory which may at last fulfill
Einstein's ambition to unify the laws of physics and so become a candidate for a 'theory of everything'.
Contributors PROFESSORS
ED WITTEN, MICHAEL GREEN JOHN SCHWARZ. DAVID GROSS
STEVEN WEINBERG. ABDUS SALAM SHELDON GLASHOW and RICHARD FEYNMAN
Producer JULIAN BROWN (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Davies
Unknown:
Michael Green
Unknown:
John Schwarz.
Unknown:
Steven Weinberg.
Unknown:
Abdus Salam
Unknown:
Sheldon Glashow
Unknown:
Richard Feynman
Producer:
Julian Brown

Live from St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge

Music for court and church from France and England, celebrating the great medieval themes of secular passion and religious fervour.

Gothic Voices: Margaret Philpot (contralto), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Charles Daniels (tenor), Leigh Nixon (tenor), Peter Harvey (baritone) directed by Christopher Page

(Hear This! page 13)

Contributors

Contralto (Gothic Voices):
Margaret Philpot
Tenor (Gothic Voices):
John Mark Ainsley
Tenor (Gothic Voices):
Charles Daniels
Tenor (Gothic Voices):
Leigh Nixon
Baritone (Gothic Voices):
Peter Harvey
Musical Director:
Christopher Page

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