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PETER WALLFISCH (piano)
Second of eight weekly piano recitals, each to include a Mozart piano sonata
March 19: André Tchaikowsky -Sonata in B flat major (K.333)

Contributors

Piano:
Peter Wallfisch
Andre==>:
André Tchaikowsky

A weekly review edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage
Introduced this week by John LADE
Record Review
Contributed by STEPHEN DODGSON
EDWARD GREENFIELD. STEPHEN WALSH i

Contributors

Edited By:
Anna Instone
Edited By:
Julian Herbage
Unknown:
John Lade
Unknown:
Stephen Dodgson
Unknown:
Edward Greenfield.
Unknown:
Stephen Walsh

The Siege of Corinth
A tragic opera in three acts
Libretto by LUIGI BALOCCIU and ALEXANDRE SOUMET
Italian translation by CALISTO BASSI
Music by Rossini
First broadcast in this country
Cast in order of singing:
Greek and Turkish soldiers and populace
MILAN CHORUS AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF ITALIAN RADIO
Chorus-Master, Giulio Bertola
Conducted by NICOLA ROSCIGNO
Recording made available by courtesy of Italian Radio
The action takes place In and around Corinth in the year 1459
ACT 1
Outside the palace of government in Corinth
3.55' ACT 2
The tent of Maometto II
4.25* ACT 3
The graveyard by the walls of Corinth

Contributors

Unknown:
Alexandre Soumet
Translation By:
Calisto Bassi
Chorus-Master:
Giulio Bertola
Conducted By:
Nicola Roscigno

La pazzia senile
SWISS RADIO CHORUS
Conducted by EDWIN LOEHRER
Introduced by JULIAN BUDDEN Recording made available by courtesy of Swiss Radio

Contributors

Conducted By:
Edwin Loehrer
Introduced By:
Julian Budden

by IAN WATT
Professor of English at Stanford University, California, and author of The Rise of the Novel.
1: The Roman Analogy
In the first of three talks based on his work-in-progress, Professor Watt examines the pervasive force of the cultural ideal of the Roman AuKustans upon English life and literature during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Recorded for the BBC in Palo Alto. California 2-The Georgian Background:
March 19

The second of four programmes containing
Schoenberg's four concertos
Siegfried Palm (cello)
Charles Spinks (harpsichord)
English Chamber Orchestra Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted by Walter Susskind
Part 1

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Charles Spinks
Leader:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Conducted By:
Walter Susskind

in the Twelfth Century by R. W. SOUTHERN
Fellow of All Souls and Chichele Professor of Modern
History in the University of Oxforo
3: The Political Literature of Disillusion
' Neither chivalry nor sanctity could survive on the English throne.' Paradoxically it was just because the English kings were less obviously successful than the French that their polity produced. early, a more sophisticated analysis of the nature of govern. meat.

Second play in a trilogy set in South Afriea by David Lytton with Philip Bond , Barbara Assoon
Falstaffian Mrs. Adams disappoints her blind admirer, or is it life in South Africa that disappoints them both?
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Second broadcast
Emergency ... Mark IV: March 23

Contributors

Unknown:
David Lytton
Unknown:
Philip Bond
Unknown:
Barbara Assoon
Unknown:
Falstaffian Mrs.
Produced By:
R. D. Smith
The Narrator:
David Lytton
Mrs Adams:
Barbara Assoon
J as a child:
Nigel Anthony
J:
Philip Bond
Priest:
Kevin McHugh
Girl:
Valerie Philip
Child:
Hilda Schroder

† DENIS STEVENS , Professor of Music at Columbia University, New York, has edited a number of Monteverdi's works for moderh performance. He examines the composer's output for the Church as a whole and discusses some of the editorial problems that arise
See also Thursday at 8.30 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown:
Denis Stevens

Network Three

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