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A weekly programme of recent records
Violin Sonata in B minor (Bach)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) and Egida Giordani Sartori (harpsichord)

8.18 Cantata: Infirmata vulnerata (Alessandro Scarlatti )
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone)
Helmut Heller (violin) Edith Picht-Axenfeld (harpsichord) and Irmgard Poppen (cello)

8.32 String Quartet in G major (K.387) (Mozart)
Amadeus Quartet

Contributors

Violinist:
Arthur Grumiaux
Harpsichordist:
Egida Giordani Sartori
Baritone:
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Violinist:
Helmut Heller
Harpsichordist:
Edith Picht-Axenfeld
Cellist:
Irmgard Poppen
Musicians:
Amadeus Quartet

A request programme of gramophone records
Symphony in D major
(Frederick the Great)
EMIL SEILER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by CARL GORVIN
9.56* Violin Concerto in A minor (Goldmark)
NATHAN MILSTEIN (violin)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HARRY BLECH
10.30* Serenade in E major. for string orchestra (Dvorak)
ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELlK

Contributors

Unknown:
Emil Seiler
Conducted By:
Carl Gorvin
Violin:
Nathan Milstein
Conducted By:
Harry Blech
Conducted By:
Rafael Kubellk

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
Bach's Passion Music by NOEL GOODWIN
Debussy and the Pre-Raphaelites by EDWARD LOCKSPEISER
Musical Profile: Thomas Hems ley by CEDRIC WALLIS
Mahler and Strauss: book review by WILLIAM MANN

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage
Unknown:
Thomas Hems
Unknown:
Cedric Wallis
Unknown:
William Mann

Operetta in one act
Music by Mozart
Words by WEISKERN, after Favart and Harny Sung in German on gramophone records (tenor) (soprano) (bass)
MUNICH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CHRISTOPH STEPP
Bastienne fears that her lover Bastien has lost interest in her. She consults Colas, who advises her to play the same game: her assumed indifference soon brings Bastien to heel, and the reconciled lovers sing the praises of the wise old ' magician.'

Contributors

Conducted By:
Christoph Stepp
Basticn, a shepherd:
Richard Holm
Bastienne, a shepherdess:
Rita Streich
Colas, a 'magician:
Toni Blankenheim

(piano)
Sonata in E flat major, Op.
81a (Les Adieux) (Beethoven)
2.33* Ballade No. 4, in F minor
(Chopin)
2.44*. Nocturne in A flat major,
Op. 33 No. 3 (Fauré)
2.48* Cordoba (Cantos de
Espafia) (Albeniz)
2.54* Intermezzo in A flat major: Mouvements Perpetuels (Poulenc) on gramophone records

on Network Three

Part 2
Violin Concerto in E major
(S.1042)
4 22' Suite No. 3, in D major
Recording made available by courtesy of Bavarian Radio
The first of two programmes from the Ansbach Bach Week 1964
B minor Mass

Lillygay
MORAG NOBLE (soprano) WILFRID PARRY (piano)
Lillygay:
The distracted maid Johnnie wi' the tye The
Shoemaker Burd Ellen and young Tamlane Bantum tantum
The bailey beareth the bell away
The eighth in a series of programmes of music by Peter Warlock devised by Elizabeth Poston

Contributors

Unknown:
Shoemaker Burd Ellen
Unknown:
Tamlane Bantum
Music By:
Peter Warlock
Unknown:
Elizabeth Poston

MELOS ENSEMBLE
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
William Waterhouse (bassoon) David Mason (trumpet)
Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Ivor McMahon (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
Second broadcast

Contributors

Bassoon:
David Mason
Violin:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin:
Ivor McMahon
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Cello:
Terence Weil

by LORD DEVLIN Lord Devlin explains his view that a sense of guilt is a necessary ingredient in the enforcement of law and order, and that law and morality are to this extent interdependent.
A studio version of the Ernest Jones Lecture delivered to The British Psycho-Analytical Society on November 9, 1964
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Lord Devlin Lord Devlin

Sonata in F major (K.497)
6.48* Sonata in C major (K.52I) played by GEORGE MALCOLM and LAMAR CROWSON on a piano by Arnold Dolmetsch based on an instrument of c. 1800

Contributors

Played By:
George Malcolm
Played By:
Lamar Crowson

Three comedy sketches by James Broom Lynne
The Duke and Duckett
Top People Have Rows Too
To the Home Office-With Love
Narrator, PETER BARTLETT
Produced by RICHARD IMISON
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.55

Contributors

Unknown:
James Broom Lynne
Unknown:
The Duke
Narrator:
Peter Bartlett
Produced By:
Richard Imison
The Duke:
Mark Dignam
Duckett:
Anthony Jacobs
Man:
Austin Trevor
Woman:
Olga Lindo
Woman:
Mary O'Farrell
Man:
Frederick Treves
Foreman:
Alan Haines

A short story by Frank Tuohy
Read by GARY WATSON
Frank Tuohy is a winner of the Katherine Mansfield Menton Shnrt Story Prize and has recently been awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for the best novel of 1964.

Contributors

Story By:
Frank Tuohy
Read By:
Gary Watson
Read By:
Frank Tuohy
Unknown:
James Tait

During the next few weeks thirteen programmes devoted to the music of Palestrina are being broadcast. By way of introduction ALEC ROBERTSON discusses the social and artistic background against which Patestrina's achievement should be measured

Contributors

Unknown:
Alec Robertson

Piano Quartet No. 1. in C minor
LEONID KOGAN (violin) RUDOLF BARSHAI (viola)
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (cello) EMIL GlLELS (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Viola:
Rudolf Barshai

Network Three

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