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Suite in D major, for trumpets and orchestra (Rameau)
Jean-Louis PETIT
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
7.19* Piano Concerto No. 21, in C major (K.467) (Mozart)
ANNIE FISCHER
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLlSCH
750* Festivo (Historic Scenes)
(Sibelius)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by SIR Thomas BEECHAM gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean-Louis Petit
Unknown:
Annie Fischer
Conducted By:
Wolfgang Sawalllsch
Conducted By:
Sir Thomas Beecham

Overture: Mignon (Thomas)
New YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.13* Piano Quartet No. 1. in C minor (Fauré)
LEONID KOGAN (violin) RUDOLF BARSHAI (viola)
MSTISI.AV ROSTROPOVICH (cello) EMIL GILELS (piano)
8.43* Divertissement for chamber orchestra (lbert)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA Conducted by JEAN MARTINON gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Leonard Bernstein
Violin:
Leonid Kogan
Viola:
Rudolf Barshai
Conducted By:
Jean Martinon

Michael Langdon (bass)
Each month a well-known artist is invited to introduce and perform a wide range of music
In his first programme
MICHAEL LANGDON with Viola TUNNARD (piano) sings
Michael Langdon broadcasts by permission of the Gen. Administrator. Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Bass:
Michael Langdon
Unknown:
Michael Langdon
Unknown:
Michael Langdon

Shostakovich chamber music series
JEANNETTE SINCLAIR (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
JOSEF Sivo (violin) IVAN EROD (piano)
Amici STRING QUARTET
Shostakovich Piano Quintet In C minor. Op. 57: Dec. 6; String Quartet No. 11: Dec. 8

Contributors

Soprano:
Jeannette Sinclair
Violin:
Josef Sivo

Overture: A Night in Venice
(Johann Strauss )
BERUN Municipal OPERA ORCHESTRA Conducted by ARTUR ROTHER
2.38* Barcarolle (The Tales of Hoffmann) (Offenbach)
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA, COVENT GARDEN
Conducted-by GEORG SOLTI
2.43* Songs:
Gondoliera veneziana (Sadero) La Montanara (Piaarelli) Santa Lucia (Cottrau)
Madonnina: Mattinata tiorentina
(d'Anzi)
TITO GOBBI (baritone) with ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ANNIBALE BIZZELLI
2.54* Capriccio Italien
(Tchaikovsky)
CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINK gramophone records
Stereophonic broadcast: see p. 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Johann Strauss
Conducted By:
Artur Rother
Unknown:
Georg Solti
Conducted By:
Annibale Bizzelli
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink

Schoenberg's early music: last of five weekly programmes
MARGARET PRICE (soprano) JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
TEL AVIV STRING QUARTET
Series devised by Leo Black
Third broadcast of the songs: second of the quartet
James Lockhart broadcasts by permission of the Gen. Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden

Contributors

Soprano:
Margaret Price
Piano:
James Lockhart
Unknown:
Leo Black
Unknown:
James Lockhart

An opera by Handel
Edited by Charles Mackerras
Libretto by Vincenzio Grimani
Cast in order of singing:
Courtiers, soldiers, populace, etc.
Belgian Radio Choir
Chorus-Master, Jan van Bouwel
Continuo: Desmond Dupre (viola da gamba) Lionel Salter (harpsichord)
Symphony Orchestra of the Belgian Radio
Conducted by Charles Mackerras
Narrator, Julian Budden
An abbreviated recording of the full performance in the concert studio of the Belgian Radio, Brussels, promoted jointly by the Third Programmes of the Belgian Radio and the BBC
(Stafford Dean, Raimund Herincx and Patricia Kern broadcast by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Co.)

Contributors

Edited By:
Charles Mackerras
Chorus-Master:
Jan van Bouwel
Viola:
Desmond Dupre
Harpsichord:
Lionel Salter
Conducted By:
Charles Mackerras
Narrator:
Julian Budden
Unknown:
Raimund Herincx
Unknown:
Patricia Kern

A series of fifteen magazine-type programmes, including readings from the Penguin book of Italian .Short Stories and Die Penguin Book of Italian Verse, for listeners with some knowledge of Italian
Programme 9
Carducci: Pianto antico Lo sgombero (1)
Son pochi riori (L'Amico Fritz) Vento di primavera
Introduced by ARIELLA REGGIO
Speakers,
LEONORA FABBRI. ALDO BEVACQUA
Script by Leonora Fabbri and Elsie Ferguson
Produced by Elsie Ferguson

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ariella Reggio
Script By:
Leonora Fabbri
Script By:
Elsie Ferguson
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson

A series of eight broadcasts
3: The Khrushchev era and after: 1953-1966
This programme examines Eastern Europe against the background of East-West relations and traces the changing Soviet attitudes to Eastern Europe since the death of Stalin
Introduced by GEORGE SCHÖPFLIN of the Royal Institute of International Affairs with JOHN ERICKSON of the University of Manchester
GEORGE URBAN of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Contemporary History and PETER REDDAWAY of the London School of Economics
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Monday's broadcast
A booklet Is available

Contributors

Introduced By:
George Schöpflin
Unknown:
John Erickson
Unknown:
Peter Reddaway
Produced By:
Adrian Johnson

A parable play by Louis MacNeice with incidental music by Benjamin Britten
Principal characters in order of speaking: [see below]

The music played by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra
James Hutcheon (violin) John Lamb (trumpet)
Norman Parker (percussion)
Conducted by Alan Rawsthorne
(A new production by Joe Burroughs of the programme originally produced by the author on January 21, 1946, in the Home Service)
(Second broadcast)

Contributors

Writer:
Louis MacNeice
Incidental Music:
Benjamin Britten
Violinist:
James Hutcheon
Trumpeter:
John Lamb
Percussionist:
Norman Parker
Conductor:
Alan Rawsthorne
Production:
Joe Burroughs
Sergeant Trumpeter:
Duncan McIntyre
Gavin:
Nigel Anthony
Roland:
Denys Hawthorne
Roland's Mother:
Joan Matheson
Tutor:
Geoffrey Wincott
Sylvie:
Eva Haddon
Blind Peter:
Norman Shelley
Soak:
David March
Steward:
Charles Leno
Neaera:
Mary Wimbush
Tout:
Henry Stamper
Priest:
Noel Howlett
Roland's Father:
Peter Claughton
Parrot:
Betty Huntley-Wright
Raven:
Michael McClain
Clock Voice:
Allan McClelland
Other parts played by:
Members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More