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A weekly programme of recent records
Symphony No. 21, in A major (Haydn)
GURZENICH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF COLOGNE
Conducted by GUNTER WAND
8.27* Aria: Ou va la jeune Indoue (Lakme) (Delibes)
RITA STREICH (soprano)
BERLIN OPERA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by REINHARD PETERS
8.36* Violin Concerto in D major (Tchaikovsky)
ERICK FRIEDMAN (violin)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by SEIJI OZAWA
A stereophonic broadcast: see p.10

HAZEL SCHMID (soprano) JANET BAKER (contralto) WILFRED BROWN (tenor)
BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone) GERAINT JONES SINGERS
Obbligato:
Neil Black (oboe)
Winifred Roberts (violin)
Rosemary Green (viola d'amore)
Continuo:
Alan Harverson
(organ and harpsichord)
Michael Whewell (bassoon) Ambrose Gauntlett (cello)
J. Edward Merrett (double-bass)
GERAINT JONES ORCHESTRA Leader, Winifred Roberts
Conductor. GERAINT JONES
Cantata No. 36c: Schwingt freudig euch empor
9.35* Cantata No. 120: Gott, man lobet dlch in der Stille

Contributors

Tenor:
Wilfred Brown
Oboe:
Neil Black
Violin:
Winifred Roberts
Viola:
Rosemary Green
Unknown:
Alan Harverson
Bassoon:
Michael Whewell
Cello:
Ambrose Gauntlett
Leader:
Winifred Roberts

A request programme of gramophone records
Sonata in A major, Op. 2 No. 2
(Beethoven)
HANS RICHTER-HAASER (piano)
10.22* Duets (Purcett) Let us wander
Lost is my quiet
VICTORIA de LOS ANGELES (soprano) DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone) GERALD MOORE (piano)
10.29' Andante and Variations for two pianos, two cellos, and horD (Schumann)
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY and MALCOLM FRAGER (pianos) AMARYLLIS FLEMING and TERENCE WElL (cellos)
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
10.49* Sonata for two pianos (Stravinsky) x
ARTHUR GOLD and ROBERT FIZÐALE
A A stereophonic broadcast: seep. 10

Contributors

Piano:
Gerald Moore
Unknown:
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Pianos:
Malcolm Frager
Pianos:
Amaryllis Fleming
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell

G minor, Op. 49 No.
11.8* B flat major, Op. 22
11.35* A flat major, Op. 110 played by PETER WALLFISCH
Second in a series of thirteen weekly programmes In which all the sonatas will be played
Next week, Norman Slieller : G major. Op. 49 No. 2; D major. Op. 28: E fiat major, Op. 31 No. 3

Contributors

Played By:
Peter Wallfisch
Unknown:
Norman Slieller

Conductor, RENATO FASANO
Geminiani
Concerto Grosso No. 12, in D major
Corelli
1.43* Concerto Grosso In F major,
Op. 6 No. 6
1.57* Concerto Grosso in D major.
Op. 6 No. 7
Vivaldi
2.10* Concerto in A minor (La stravaKanza) (R. OP. 4 No. 4)
2.21* Concerto in C major, for oboe, strings, and continuo (R. Op. 8 No. 12)
Oboe. Renato Zanfini
2.32* Concerto in B flat major, for two violins, strings, and continuo (La Cetra) (R. Op. 9 No. 9)
Violins, Luigi Ferro and Giuseppe Prencipe

Contributors

Conductor:
Renato Fasano
Oboe:
Renato Zanfini
Violins:
Luigi Ferro
Violins:
Giuseppe Prencipe

An opera in a prologue and three acts
Libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PIAVE
<Revised by Arrigo Boito )
Music by Verdi
Cast m order of singing:
Soldiers, sailors. citizens, senators. and the Doge's followers
COVENT GARDEN OPERA CHORUS
Chorus-Master. Douglas Robinson
COVENT GARDEN ORCHESTRA Leader. Charles Taylor
Conducted by James LOCKHART
Second broadcast
The action takes place In Genoa in the middle of the fourteenth century Prologue: A Square In Genoa
Act 1
Scene 1: The Garden of the Grimaldi palace. twenty-five years later
Scene 2: The Doge's Council
Chamber
Act 2: The Doges room In the palace
Act 3: Inside the palace

Contributors

Unknown:
Francesco Maria Piave
Unknown:
Arrigo Boito
Chorus-Master:
Douglas Robinson
Leader:
Charles Taylor
Conducted By:
James Lockhart

Wilfrid MELLERS discusses the contemporary situation with the American composer EARLE Brown , who directs the Virtuoso Ensemble in a performance of his Novara
Recordings of some of his other works will also be heard during The programme
VIRTUOSO ENSEMBLE
Edward Walker (flute) Wilfred Hambleton (bass-clarinet)
Dennis Clift (trumpet) Patrick Halling (violin) Ernest Scott (violin)
Gwynne Edwards (viola) Willem de Mont (cello)
Susan Bradshaw (piano)
Morton Feldman : August 28

Contributors

Unknown:
Earle Brown
Bass-Clarinet:
Wilfred Hambleton
Bass-Clarinet:
Dennis Clift
Violin:
Patrick Halling
Violin:
Ernest Scott
Viola:
Gwynne Edwards
Cello:
Willem de Mont
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Piano:
Morton Feldman

SCHOLA CtNTORUM BASILIENSIS
August Wenzinger (treble viol) Hannelore Miiller (treble viol) Marianne Majer (tenor viol) Johannes Koch (bass viol)
Three Medieval Music Dramas: August 6

Contributors

Unknown:
Hannelore Miiller
Tenor:
Marianne Majer
Bass:
Johannes Koch

by MICHAEL HOWARD
Professor of War Studies in the University of London
Conflict research is a rapidly srowing discipline in America and Scandinavia, and has recently begun to gather momentum in this country (where it was first pioneered). Is it an important development in the study of international relations, or merely a passing inteHectual fashion, or a well-meant but misguided attempt to apply scientific techniques in areas where they are inappropriate?
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Howard

Quatuor pour la fin du temps
HUGUETTE FERNANDEZ (violin) GUY DEPLUS (clarinet) JACQUES NEILZ (cello)
MARIE-MADELEINE PETIT (piano) on a gramophone record
A stereophonic broadcast: see P. 10

Contributors

Violin:
Huguette Fernandez

A miscellany of readings, reviews, and interviews including ELIZABETH JENNINGS discussing and reading poems from her new book The Mind Has Mountains and more recent work
FREDERICK GRUBB reviewing Louis Simpson 's Selected Poems and new poems by TED HUCHES , EDWARD LOWBURY and MARY SULLIVAN read by the authors themselves
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Jennings
Unknown:
Frederick Grubb
Unknown:
Louis Simpson
Unknown:
Ted Huches
Unknown:
Edward Lowbury
Unknown:
Mary Sullivan
Introduced By:
George MacBeth

by W M. SIMON
Professor of History at the University of Keele
Auguste Comte, with his domestic eccentricities and his do-it-yourself ' religion of humanity. is a ready target for those who find philosophers figures of fun. Yet his positivist philosophy was a remarkably interesting response to the unprecedented problems set by the Europe which followed the Frencn Revolution.

Contributors

Unknown:
M. Simon

by Johan August Strindberg
MAX FABER 'S translation arranged for broadcasting by Rayner Heppenstall
Harpist, JOHN MARSON
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
This is the best known of the plays which Strindberg wrote for his own Intimate Theatre during his later years. It starts outside a house into whose dreadful secrets a sinister old man in a wheel-chair later penetrates with dire consequences.
Second broadcast
Robert Eddison is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company

Contributors

Unknown:
Johan August Strindberg
Unknown:
Max Faber
Broadcasting By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Harpist:
John Marson
Produced By:
Rayner Heppenstall
Unknown:
Robert Eddison
The Spectator:
Heron Carvic
The Student:
Robert Eddison
Hummel:
Carleton Hobbs
Johansson:
Charles Leno
Adele:
Elizabeth Proud
Bengtsson:
Harold Kasket
The Mummy:
Mary Wimbush
The Colonel:
Henry Stamper
The Cook:
Barbara Mitchell

Network Three

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