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Goldmark Overture: In Italy: BUDAPEST po/ ANDRAS KORODI
7.47 Beethoven Rage over a Lost Penny RONALD BRANTIGAM
(piano)
7.53 Max von Schillings Freude soil in deinen Werken sein: DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar)
ARIBERT REIMANN (piano)
7.55 Franck Symphonic poem: Le Chasseur maudit: PHILADELPHIA
ORCH/RICCARDO MUTI
8.12 Bach, arr Siloti Jesu meine Freude
LUCILLE GRECO (cello) MARY M. ZEYEN (piano)
8.15 Wagner Entry of the Gods into Valhalla (Das Rheingold)
PHILHARMONIA/OTTO
KLEMPERER. Records
Producer CLIVE BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Andras Korodi
Piano:
Ronald Brantigam
Piano:
Franck Symphonic
Unknown:
Siloti Jesu Meine Freude
Cello:
Lucille Greco
Piano:
Mary M. Zeyen

live from the Musikverein, Vienna.
Richard Baker presents the traditional concert of music by the Strauss family.
VIENNA PO conducted by ZUBIN MEHTA
Part 1 includes the Soldiers' March from
Der Zigeunerbaron and Donauweibchen by Johann Strauss (son),
Red Indian Galop by his father Johann, and polka tributes to The Emancipated Woman and to Sport by his brother Josef.
10.50 Prof Carl Aubock visits St Stephen 's
Cathedral and appraises the architectural growth of Vienna's city centre. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
11.15 Part 2
0 Simultaneous broadcast with BBC2.
See page 91 for details

Contributors

Conducted By:
Zubin Mehta
Unknown:
Johann Strauss
Unknown:
Prof Carl Aubock
Unknown:
St Stephen

The fourth of six programmes.
JANICE WATSON (soprano) CATHERINE DENLEY (mezzo)
CHRISTOPH PREGARDEN (tenor)
MICHAEL PEARCE (bass) CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA
OF THE AGE OF
ENLIGHTENMENTI
IVAN
FISCHER Haydn March for the Royal Society of Musicians; L'Anima del filosofo/Orfeo: Act 4

Contributors

Soprano:
Janice Watson
Tenor:
Christoph Pregarden
Bass:
Michael Pearce
Unknown:
Fischer Haydn

Bram Gay presents the final concert.
Williams Fairey Engineering Band conducted by Peter Parkes
Shaun Crowther (tuba)
James Curnow: Blenheim Flourishes
Wilfred Heaton: Contest Music
John Gotland: Scherzo for Tuba
Massenet, arr Newsome: Neapolitan Scenes
(In association with Bill Lewington Ltd)
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presenter:
Bram Gay
Musicians:
Williams Fairey Engineering Band
Conductor:
Peter Parkes
Tuba:
Shaun Crowther
Series producer:
Paul Hindmarsh

Last of six programmes. Walter Goehr (1903-60) was a conductor of all-round ability. John Amis charts his career with Sir Michael Tippett ,
Norman del Mar and his son Alexander Goehr. and at 6.00pm
WALTER GOEHR conducts Monteverdi
L'Incoronazione di Poppea (excerpt)
MARIA HELBLING (alto) ZURICH TONHALLE ORCH Mozart Concerto No 26 in D(K 537) (first movement): WANDA LANDOWSKA (piano) Varese Octandre (third movement)
Wolf Schlafendes Jesu
Kind JOHN MCCORMACK (tenor) Barber Violin Concerto LOUIS KAUFMAN; LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCH. Records
Series producer JUDITH ROLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Walter Goehr
Unknown:
John Amis
Unknown:
Sir Michael Tippett
Unknown:
Alexander Goehr.
Unknown:
Wolf Schlafendes Jesu
Tenor:
Kind John McCormacK

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