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A programme of recent records
Serenade No. 3, in C major (Carulli, arr. Lagoya)
Ida Presti and Alexandre Lagoya (guitars)

8.16 Four Romances (Tosti)
Tito Gobbi (baritone) with Gerald Moore (piano)

8.27 Fantasy in F minor (Schubert)
Alfred Brendel and Evelyne Crochet (piano duet)

8.47 Musica proibita (Gastaldon)
Tito Gobbi with Gerald Moore

8.51 La Hongroise (Presti)
Ida Presti and Alexandre Lagoya (guitars)

Contributors

Guitarist:
Ida Presti
Guitarist:
Alexandre Lagoya
Baritone:
Tito Gobbi
Pianist:
Gerald Moore
Pianist:
Alfred Brendel
Pianist:
Evelyne Crochet

A request programme of gramophone records
Symphony No. 1, in C major
(Balakirev)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conductor, SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
10.12* Gypsy Airs for violin and orchestra (Sarasofe)
RUGGIERO Ricci with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PlERINO GAMBA
10.22* Overture: The Bartered
Bride (Smetana)
ISRAEL
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ

Contributors

Conductor:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Unknown:
Ruggiero Ricci
Conducted By:
Plerino Gamba
Conducted By:
Istvan Kertesz

A musical entertainment given by EDWARD DARLING (tenor) FREDERICK STONE (piano)
WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (bassoon) DEIDRE DUNDAS-GRANT (bassoon) MICHAEL BOYLE (bassoon)
OROMONTE STRING TRIO Perry Hart (violin)
Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello)
Devised by DAVID STONE

Contributors

Bassoon:
Michael Boyle
Violin:
Perry Hart
Cello:
Bruno Schrecker
Unknown:
David Stone

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
Michael Tippett : I-The Vocal Music by COLIN MASON
Musical Profile: Szymon Gold-berg by MICHAEL VAN BLANKENSTEIN
Bach's Christmas Oratorio by ALEC ROBERTSON
Authentic English Editions of Beethoven: book review by DENIS MATTHEWS

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage
Introduced By:
Michael Tippett
Music By:
Colin Mason
Unknown:
Michael van Blankenstein
Unknown:
Alec Robertson
Review By:
Denis Matthews

Opera by Mozart
ACT 2
Words by Emanuel Schikaneder
Sung In German
PHILHARMONIA
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER on gramophone records
The scene is laid in Egypt in the neighbourhood of a temple of Isis and Osiris

Contributors

Unknown:
Emanuel Schikaneder
Conducted By:
Otto Klemperer
Tamino, an Egyptian Prince:
Nicolai Gedda (tenor)
Pamina, daughter of the Queen of the Night:
Gundula Janowitz (soprano)
Papageno, a birdcatcher:
Walter Berry (bass)
Papagena:
Ruth-Margret Pütz (soprano)
Sarastro, High Priest of Isis and Osiris:
Gottlob Frick (bass)
The Queen of the Night:
Lucia Popp (soprano)
Monostatos. a Moor in the ser vice of Sarastro:
Gerhard Unger (tenor)
Three Ladies, attendants of the Queen of the Night:
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
Three Ladies, attendants of the Queen of the Night:
Christa Ludwig
Three Ladies, attendants of the Queen of the Night:
Marga Höffgen (contralto)
Three Genii:
Agnes Giebel (soprano)
Three Genii:
Anna Reynolds (soprano)
Three Genii:
Josephine Veasey(mezzo-Soprano)
Two Priests:
Gerhard Unger (tenor)
Two Priests:
Franz Crass (bass)
Two armed men:
Karl Liebl(tenor)
Two armed men:
Franz Crass (bass)

Quintet in F minor
SVIATOSLAV RICHTER (piano)
THE BORODIN QUARTET
Rostislav Dubinsky (violin)
Jaroslav Alexandrov (violin) Dmitry Shebalin (viola)
Valentin Berlinsky (cello) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Piano:
Sviatoslav Richter
Violin:
Rostislav Dubinsky
Violin:
Jaroslav Alexandrov
Viola:
Dmitry Shebalin
Cello:
Valentin Berlinsky

An account of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre's production of Richard II the first in the cycle of the seven English Histories which was Riven this year at Stratford-upon-Avon to mark the quatercentenary of Shakespeare's birth
PETER HALL, Director of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and members of the Company speak of their work in the production and are heard in rehearsal in London and Stratford at various stages of its development
Those taking part include:
Peter Hall , Michel Saint-Denis Patrick Donnell , John Barton Peter Wood , David Warner Eric Porter , William Squire Roy Dotrice , Paul Hardwick Derek Waring
Deborah Stanford , John Collins
Compiled and narrated by IAN RODGER
Edited and produced by JOE BURROUGHS
Third broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Hall
Unknown:
Peter Hall
Unknown:
Michel Saint-Denis
Unknown:
Patrick Donnell
Unknown:
John Barton
Unknown:
Peter Wood
Unknown:
David Warner
Unknown:
Eric Porter
Unknown:
William Squire
Unknown:
Roy Dotrice
Unknown:
Paul Hardwick
Unknown:
Derek Waring
Unknown:
Deborah Stanford
Unknown:
John Collins
Unknown:
Ian Rodger
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs

Christmas Oratorio
INGEBORG REICHELT (soprano) ORTRUN WENKEL (mezzo-soprano)
ERNEST HAFFLIGER (tenor) JAKOB STÄMPFLI (bass)
SOUTH GERMAN MADRIGAL CHOIR
STUTTGART FRANKFURT BACH ORCHESTRA
Leader, Georg-Friedrich Hendel
Continuo:
GÜNTER ATTINGER (organ) EDITH PICHT-AXENFELD (harpsichord)
HENNIG THOOG (bassoon) MECHTHILD WAGNER (cello) RUDOLF NEUDÖRFER (double-bass)
Conducted by WOLFGANG GONNENWEIN
Parts 1 and 2

Contributors

Soprano:
Ingeborg Reichelt
Unknown:
Stuttgart Frankfurt
Conducted By:
Wolfgang Gonnenwein

An excursion into nostalgia by JOHN BETJEMAN and OSBERT LANCASTER
This conversation was prompted by a drawing in Osbert Lancas ter's autobiography Draun from Memory in which the six-year-old Osbert is represented leaning over a pool in his grandfather's conser vatory.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Betjeman
Unknown:
Osbert Lancas

Answer to Schopenhauer by P. A. TANNER
Fellow of King's College, Cambridge
'Ah. Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not learned while young to hope, to love-and to put its trust in life.' Mr. Tanner traces the philosophy of Conrad's last great novel.

Contributors

Unknown:
P. A. Tanner

Christmas Oratorio
Parts 5 and 6 Recorded at a public concert given In St. Mary's Church, Oaftird. during The English Bach Festival , 1964 followed by an Interlude at 10.50

Contributors

Unknown:
Bach Festival

Network Three

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