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Sonata No. in G major, for string orchestra (Rossini)
VIRTUOSI di ROMA
Conducted by RENATO FASANO
7.16* Piano Concerto No. In E minor (Chopin)
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN
NEW SYMPHONY Orchestra OF LONDON
Conducted by STANISLAW Skrowaczewski on gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Renato Fasano
Unknown:
Artur Rubinstein
Conducted By:
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

A request programme of records
Overture: The Silken Ladder
(Rossini)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
8.11* Harp Concerto in C major
(Boieldieu)
NlCANOR ZABALETA
BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by ERNST MARZENDORFER
Jil" Symphony No. 3, in C major
(Sibelius)
Scottish NATIONAL ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ALEXANDER GIBSON

Contributors

Conducted By:
Carlo Maria Giulini
Conducted By:
Ernst Marzendorfer
Conducted By:
Alexander Gibson

Divertimento in D major for flute, violin, viola, and cello (H.II.DS) (Haydn)
11.13* Fantasia in C major, Op. 17
(Schumann)
11.451 String Quartet in D major,
Op. 44 No. 1 (Mendelssohn)
Camillo WANAUSEK (flute)
MEMBERS OF THE EUROPA QUARTET
VLADIMIR Ashkenazy (piano)
JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET on gramophone records
Stereophonic broadcast: see p. 10

Contributors

Flute:
Camillo Wanausek
Piano:
Vladimir Ashkenazy

This week
Richard Arnell talks about his work and introcuces a programme of his music
The Fiend (The Great Detective) played by the PRO ARTE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by THE COMPOSER
Serenade for ten wind instruments and double-bass played by the LONDON BAROQUE ENSEMBLE Conducted by KARL HAAS on gramophone records
Counting the heartbeats
Never seek to tell thy love sung by IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor) with PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Karl Haas
Sung By:
Ian Partridge
Piano:
Paul Hamburger

sung by JOSEPHINE Nendick (soprano) with SUSAN BRADSHAW (piano) ERIC ALLEN
(marimba and vibraphone) JAMES HOLLAND (percussion)
Conducted by THE COMPOSER

Contributors

Soprano:
Josephine Nendick
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Piano:
Eric Allen
Unknown:
James Holland

Social Conflict in early Stuart England Eight lectures given by PETER Laslett , Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge at the University of Warwick
2: Family and Community
Early Stuart England was a patriarchal society, whose only significant members were mature male heads of households; and its economic activities were based on the household. In his second lecture Mr. Lastett describes the fundamental characteristics of this society, and asks what sort of conflict was likely in it.
Second broadcast
Donald Pennington on the County Community at war: Friday. 7.0 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart England
Unknown:
Peter Laslett

A series of ten programmes for listeners who want to know more about the language and life of German-speaking countries
Programme 9
Opern- und Konzertbesuche
Fischer-Dieskau erzahlt aus seinem
Leben
Ein Gedicht von Eichendorff
Introduced by SABINE Michael and Dieter Geissler
Written and produced by Edith R. Baer

Contributors

Unknown:
Ein Gedicht
Introduced By:
Sabine Michael
Introduced By:
Dieter Geissler
Produced By:
Edith R. Baer

by Sir Isaiah Berlin
Last year Professor Berlin gave six lectures in the National Gallery of Art in Washington. sponsored by the Bollingen Foundation, and they were recorded for the Third Programme at the time
Lecture 1:
In Search of a Definition Second lecture: August 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Isaiah Berlin

by Eric Ewens
A study of the origins of those conflicting theories of evolution and heredity that led up to the Lysenko controversy of the 1940s and 1950s.
Does evolution proceed by purely involuntary ' natural selection.' as Darwin and his followers believed? Or can it proceed by the deliberate classification of new characteristics, which are then inherited, as Lamarck and his followers believed? Did Lysenko justify his claim to have induced inheritable modifications? Is any government justified in officially imposing one or other of these beliefs? with PATRICIA Gaixihore
BARBARA MITCHELL , FRANK DUNCAN TRADER FAULKNER , NIGEL GRAHAM
HAROLD KASKET , PRESTON LOCKWOOD PETER MARINKER , MICHAEL McClain KEVIN MCHugh , and RALPH TRUMAN
Produced by TERENCE TILLER

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Ewens
Unknown:
Patricia Gaixihore
Unknown:
Barbara Mitchell
Unknown:
Frank Duncan
Unknown:
Trader Faulkner
Unknown:
Nigel Graham
Unknown:
Harold Kasket
Unknown:
Preston Lockwood
Unknown:
Peter Marinker
Unknown:
Michael McClain
Unknown:
Kevin McHugh
Unknown:
Ralph Truman
Produced By:
Terence Tiller
Narrator:
Arthur Busa
George Bernard Shaw:
Denys Hawthorne

The combined choirs of St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street
St. Bartholomew-the-Great, Smithfield
St. Michael's Church, Cornhill
Conductors,
Gordon Reynolds Brian Brockless and Harold Darke
Robert Smith (organ)
Part of a public concert given in February in St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street. to mark the retirement of Harold Darke after fifty years as Organist of St. Michael's Church. Cornhill

Contributors

Conductors:
Gordon Reynolds
Conductors:
Brian Brockless
Conductors:
Harold Darke
Unknown:
Robert Smith
Unknown:
Harold Darke

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