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Ballet Suite (Gluck, arr. Mottl)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE
7.24* Invitation to the Dance
(Weber, orch. Berlioz)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.34* Ballet Suite: Horoscope
(Lambert) '
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ROBERT IRVING on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Rudolf Kempe
Conducted By:
Herbert von Karajan
Conducted By:
Robert Irving

A request programme of gramophone records
Greeting Prelude (Stravinsky) COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by the COMPOSER
8.5* Burleske for piano and orchestra (Strauss)
BYRON JANIS (piano) with the CHICAGO Symphony ORCHESTRA Conducted by Fritz REINER
8.26* Variations and Fugue on a theme by Mozart (Reger)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by KARL BÖHM

Contributors

Piano:
Byron Janis
Conducted By:
Fritz Reiner

Purcell
† CAROLINE CRAWSHAW (soprano)
COLIN WHEATLEY (bass-baritone)
OLIVER BROOKES (viola da gamba) NORMAN DYSON (harpsichord)
Duet: Upon a quiet conscience
Soprano:
The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation
Bass-baritone:
Evening Hymn
Arise, ye subterranean winds
Duets:
While bolts and bars
Dulcibella, whene'er I sue
Soprano: The Plaint
Bass-baritone: Mad Tom
Duet:
Fill the bowl with rosy wine

Contributors

Viola:
Oliver Brookes

Sonata in D major, Op. 69 No. 3
(Dussek)
ZDENEK HNAT (piano)
10.1* Octet in F major (Schubert)
DAVID GLAZER (clarinet)
ARTHUR WEISBERG (bassoon) JOHN BARROWS (horn)
LEONARD SORKIN (violin) ABRAM LOFT (violin) IRVING ILMER (viola) GEORGE SOPKIN (cello)
HAROLD SIEGEL (double-bass) on gramophone records

Contributors

Horn:
John Barrows
Violin:
Leonard Sorkin
Double-Bass:
Harold Siegel

The sweet season, that bud and bloom forth brings-HENRY HOWARD
Music by Monteverdi. Ireland Vaughan Williams , Grieg Farmer,
Bax Hindemith , Marlinu and Ie Jeune
ELIZABETH POWELL (piano)
LINDEN SINGERS
Conducted by WILLIAM LLEWELLYN
Devised by David Stone

Contributors

Unknown:
Vaughan Williams
Unknown:
Bax Hindemith
Piano:
Elizabeth Powell
Conducted By:
William Llewellyn
Unknown:
David Stone

No. 5, in D major (K.175) INGRID HAEBLER (piano)
PRO MUSICA ORCHESTRA, VIENNA Conducted by PAUL WALTER
3.51* No. 8, in C major (K.246) WILHELM KEMPFF (piano)
BERLIN PHILMARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by FERDINAND LEITNER
4.14' No. 16, in D major (K.451) GEZA ANDA (piano) who also directs the CAMERATA ACADEMICA OF THE SALZBURG MOZARTEUM on gramophone records
Sunday's broadcast
Next week: No. 27, in B flat major (K.595) and No. 14, in E flat major (K.449)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Paul Walter
Piano:
Wilhelm Kempff
Conducted By:
Ferdinand Leitner

Ten programmes on aspects of Latin America
9: Brazil by GILBERT PHELPS
After Independence. Spain's American empire split into nineteen republics. The provinces of Portuguese Brazil, on the other hand, emerged as a single nation, to become the largest of the Latin American countries both in area and population. Mr. Phelps discusses some of the unique characteristics of modern Brazil in the light of her past history.
With readings by John Glen and Peter Bartlett
Produced by Adrian Johnson
A booklet is available
Previously broadcast on April 6

Contributors

Unknown:
John Glen
Unknown:
Peter Bartlett
Produced By:
Adrian Johnson

A Background to Music series for choral singers and conductors
12: LOUIS HALSEY talks about Kodaly's Annie Miller with illustrations recorded by BANSTEAD MUSICAL SOCIETY
Produced by Peter Dodd
Broadcast on December 16. 1964
A list of works being discussed In this series can be obtained by writing to [address removed], enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Unknown:
Annie Miller
Produced By:
Peter Dodd

A music drama in four scenes by Wagner sung in German
From the Royal Opera House Covent Garden
Cast in order of singing:
COVENT GARDEN ORCHESTRA Leader, Charles Taylor Conductor, GEORG SOLTI produced by Hans Hotter

Contributors

Leader:
Charles Taylor
Conductor:
Georg Solti
Produced By:
Hans Hotter
Three Rhinemaidens: Woglinde:
Joan Carlyle
Wellgunde:
Elizabeth Robson
Flosshilde:
Maureen Guy
Alberich, the Nibelung:
Gustav Neidlinger
Fricka, wife of Wotan:
Josephine Veasey
Wotan:
David Ward (baritone)
Freia, goddess of youth:
Elisabeth Vaughan (soprano)
Two giants: Fasolt:
Forbes Robinson
Fafner:
Michael Langdon
Froh:
John Dobson (tenor)
Donner:
Victor Godfrey( Bass-Baritone)
Loge:
Gerhard Stolze (tenor)
Mime, brother of Alberich:
John Lanigan (tenor)
Erda, the Earth goddess:
Maureen Guy (contralto)

An account of the genesis. performances, and reception of Widowers' Houses in 1892 Drawn from contemporary and later accounts, criticisms, and other documents compiled and edited by ERIC EWENS
Produced by TERENCE TILLER
A new production of the programme first broadcast in 1951 To be repeated on October 9
The play: Friday at 8.20 p.m. followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Edited By:
Eric Ewens
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
George Bernard Shaw:
Denys Hawthorne
William Archer:
Arthur Lawrence
A B Walkley:
Eric Anderson
J T Grein:
Douglas Hankin
Reporter:
Garard Green
Narrator:
Michael Kilgarriff
' Blanche ':
Marjorie Westbury
'Trench':
Frank Duncan
'Lickcheese':
Harold Reese
' Sartorius:
Denis Goacher
' Cokane ':
Carleton Hobbs

Network Three

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