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A programme of recent records Overture: Preciosa (Weber)
BAVARIAN RADIO
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK
9.13* Violin Concerto (Delius)
ROBERT GERI. E with the VIENNA STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT ZELLER
9.40* Suite No. (L'Arlésienne)
(Bizet)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by ANDRE CLUYTENS

Contributors

Conducted By:
Rafael Kubelik
Unknown:
Robert Geri.
Conducted By:
Robert Zeller
Conducted By:
Andre Cluytens

A request programme of records

Music for a Scene from Shelley (Barber)
SYMPHONY OF THE AIR Conducted by VLADIMIR GOLSCHMANN

9.54* Soft flowing Avon (Ode to Shakespeare) (Arne)
MAUREEN FORRESTER (contralto) with the VIENNA RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BRIAN PRIESTMAN

10.3* Manfred Symphony (Tchaikovsky)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH

Contributors

Conducted By:
Vladimir Golschmann
Contralto:
Maureen Forrester
Conducted By:
Brian Priestman
Conducted By:
Igor Markevitch

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced by JULIAN HERBAGE
Sir Malcolm Sargent : a birthday tribute by HERBERT HOWELLS
Glinka and Russian Opera by MARTIN COOPER
Scriabin (1872-1915) Today by ROLLO MYERS
Schumann's Musical World: book review by JOAN CHISSELL

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Unknown:
Julian Herbage
Introduced By:
Julian Herbage
Introduced By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Unknown:
Herbert Howells
Unknown:
Martin Cooper
Unknown:
Rollo Myers
Review By:
Joan Chissell

An opera by Gluck
Libretto by CALZABIGI
Cast in order of singing
COLOGNE RADIO CHORUS Chorus-Master,
Herbert Schernus
CAPPELLA COLONIENStS
Conducted by FERDINAND LEITNER
Recording of the 1762 Vienna version made available by courtesy of the West German Radio

Contributors

Chorus-Master:
Herbert Schernus
Conducted By:
Ferdinand Leitner

Centenary Concert
PETER LLOYD (flute)
HONOR SHEPPARD (soprano) JOHN CAROL CASE (baritone)
BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA Leader, Reginald Stead
Conducted by BERTHOLD GOLDSCHMIDT
Introduced by ROBERT SIMPSON Part
Continued in next column
3.35* The Interval
JOHN SPURLING reads excerpts from Karl Ekman 's biography of Sibelius and from Nielsen's account of his own childhood
3.55* Nielsen and Sibelius
Part 2
The third of nine orchestral and choral programmes

Contributors

Leader:
Reginald Stead
Conducted By:
Berthold Goldschmidt
Introduced By:
Robert Simpson
Unknown:
John Spurling
Unknown:
Karl Ekman

Peterisms STEFHEN MANTON (tenor) VIOLA TUNNARD (piano) Chopcherry; A sad song Spring; Lusty juventus
Lullaby (Golden slumbers) Walking the woods
Robin Goodfellow ; Eloré 10
Eleventh tn a series of programmes devised by Elizabeth PONton

Contributors

Tenor:
Peterisms Stefhen Manton
Piano:
Viola Tunnard
Unknown:
Robin Goodfellow
Unknown:
Elizabeth Ponton

Opera in four acts and an epilogue
Music by Glinka
Words by BARON ROSEN
Sung in Russian on gramophone records
Continued in next column
CHORUS OF THE BELGRADE OPERA and THE LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA
Conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCB ACT I
A street in the village or Domnin
ACT 2: A ballroom

Contributors

Unknown:
Baron Rosen
Conducted By:
Igor Markevitcb

A sequence of poems by DONALD DAVIE introduced and read bv the author, with CAROLINE BLAKI -STON, WILLIAM BUCK , and ALAN WHEATLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Davie
Unknown:
Caroline Blaki
Unknown:
William Buck
Unknown:
Alan Wheatley

3: The Pace of Aid
ANDREW SHONFIELD
Director of Studies at the Royal Institute of International Affairs talks about the marked change of trend in the ftow of Aid from the rich to the poor countries which he sees in the mid 1960s. This he believes is raising new problems for the underdeveloped countries which may attain critical propor. tions.
Three leading businessmen discuss with Andrew Shonfield the Role of Private Investment: Monday at 7.45 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Shonfield

Jean Racine's tragedy in a new translation by JOHN CAIRNCROSS with Sheila Allen
Marius Goring and Alec McCowen
Characters in order of speaking:
The action takes place at Buthrotum. capital of Epirus, some time after the end of the Trojan War.
Produced by MARTIN ESSLlN
Andromaque. first performed in 1667 when Racine was twenty-eight. was his first great success.
To be repeated on May 20
Acts 3 and 4 of the ploy in French, on gramophone records: Tuesday, at 7.50 p.m.

Contributors

Translation By:
John Cairncross
Unknown:
Sheila Allen
Unknown:
Marius Goring
Unknown:
Alec McCowen
Produced By:
Martin Esslln
Orestes, Prince of Argos:
Alec McCowen
Pylades, his friend:
John Westbrook
Pyrrhus, Achilles' son, King of Epirus:
Marius Goring
Phoenix, Achilles' old tutor,Pyrrhus' adviser:
Ralph Truman
Andromache, Hector's widow, captive at Pyrrhus' court:
Sheila Allen
Hermione, Princess of Sparta, betrothed to Pyrrhus:
Freda Dowie
Cleone, Hermione's friend:
Pauline Wynn
Cephisa, Andromache's friend:
Betty Hardy

REIKO HONSHO (piano)
N.H.K. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by YUHZOH TOYAMA
Piano Concerto.....Akira Myoshi first broadcast in this country
Recording made available by courtesy of the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation

Contributors

Piano:
Reiko Honsho
Conducted By:
Yuhzoh Toyama
Unknown:
Akira Myoshi

Network Three

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