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Tchaikovsky Serenade in C major, for string orchestra
LONDON SYMPHONY Orchestra
Conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI
9.35* Serenade melancolique. for violin and orchestra
JASCHA HEIFETZ
Los ANGELES PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ALFRED WALLENSTElN gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Tchaikovsky Serenade
Conducted By:
Sir John Barbirolli
Conducted By:
Alfred Wallensteln

Mendelssohn chamber music series continued
MELOS Ensemble
Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Emanuel Hurwitz (violin) Ivor MacMahon (violin) Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Terence Weil (cello)
PATRICIA GRIFFIN (piano)
ENGLISH STRING QUARTET Nona Liddell (violin)
Marilyn Taylor (violin)
Marjorie Lempfert (viola) Helen Just (cello) with JOHN DYER (viola)

Contributors

Violin:
Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin:
Ivor MacMahon
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Cello:
Terence Weil
Piano:
Patricia Griffin
Violin:
Nona Liddell
Violin:
Marilyn Taylor
Viola:
Marjorie Lempfert
Viola:
John Dyer

NELL GOTKOVSKY (violin)
MONIQUE HAAS (piano)
SIMON PRESTON (organ)
LONDON Symphony Orchestra Led by Rodney Friend
Conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
Part 1

Contributors

Piano:
Monique Haas
Piano:
Simon Preston
Conducted By:
Norman Del Mar

Promenade ORCHESTRA
Conducted by GIJSBERT NIEUWLAND with JEAN BUSCH (cello)
METROPOLE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by DOLF VAN DER LINDEN
Recordings made available by courtesy of Netherlands Radio Union

Contributors

Conducted By:
Gijsbert Nieuwland
Cello:
Jean Busch
Conducted By:
Dolf van Der Linden

A series ot concerts before invited audiences throughout the country
This week, from
Netteswell School,
Harlow MANOUG PARIKIAN (violin) MALCOLM BINNS (piano)
BBC CHORUS
Conductor, PETER GELLBORN
Part I

Contributors

Violin:
Harlow Manoug Parikian
Piano:
Malcolm Binns
Conductor:
Peter Gellborn

Programme 13: Grasse-les parlums de Provence
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Emile Harven
Written and produced by Elsie Ferguson
Language consultant: Paul Couster
First broadcast May 23. 1966
Repeated: Saturday, 10.45 a.m. (Home); next Tuesday at 6.39 p.m. (Study)
A booklet Is available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Katia Ellis
Unknown:
Emile Harven
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson
Unknown:
Paul Couster

A series of eight broadcasts introduced by Dr. ANNE Ross
5: Celts and Romans
The Romans conquered Gaul in 58 B.C. and began the conquest of Britain in A.D. 43. In North Britain the military aspect of the occupation was dominant. while much of Scotland was never occupied and Ireland was not attempted. In southern England the already urban-minded Belgic tribes soon accepted Roman ways and all the cultural changes these implied. The protection of Rome was withdrawn in A.D. 410,
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Study notes are available
The early Christian Celtic world: March 21

Contributors

Introduced By:
Dr. Anne Ross
Produced By:
Adrian Johnson

A back-window on Belfast, opened after forty years by W. R. Rodgers
This word's-eye view of Belfast is partly autobiographical, largely imaginary, and wholly true
Produced by Sam Hanna Bell
A new production of a programme first broadcast in 1955 Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown:
W. R. Rodgers
Produced By:
Sam Hanna Bell

BOISMORTIER Ensemble Tess Miller (oboe)
Jennifer Ward-Clarke (cello) Jill Severs (harpsichord)
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
VESUVIUS ENSEMBLE
William Bennett (flute) Neil Black (oboe)
Thea King (clarinet)
Kenneth Silllto (violin) John Tunnell (violin) Brian Hawkins (viola) Charles Tunnell (cello) Susan Bradshaw (piano)
JOSEPHINE NENDICK (mezzo-soprano)
TRISTAN FRY (percussion)
ALAN CUMBERLAND (percussion) John CAVE (percussion) ERIC ALLEN (vibraphone and xylophone)
Michael REEVES (celesta and glockenspiel)
SUSAN BRADSHAW (piano) HILARY WILSON (harp) PAUL COLLINS (violin)
JENNIFER WARD-CLARKE (cello)
Conducted by JOHN CAREWE
Part 1
Rameau
Quatrieme concert (Pieces de clavecin en concert)
8.43* Maurice Delage
Seven Haiku, for tenor and instrumental ensemble first performance in this country
8.55* Boismortier
Sonata in E minor. Op. 37
No. 2, for oboe, cello, and continuo
9 4* Ravel
Chansons madécasses. for tenor, flute, cello, and piano

Contributors

Cello:
Jennifer Ward-Clarke
Flute:
William Bennett
Oboe:
Neil Black
Violin:
Kenneth Silllto
Violin:
John Tunnell
Viola:
Brian Hawkins
Cello:
Charles Tunnell
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Mezzo-Soprano:
Josephine Nendick
Tenor:
Ian Partridge
Celesta:
Michael Reeves
Piano:
Susan Bradshaw
Harp:
Hilary Wilson
Violin:
Paul Collins
Conducted By:
John Carewe

by Bernard Bergonzi
Is the novel, in D. H. Lawrence 's words, still 'the one bright book of life' or is it truer to say, with Lionel Trilling, that ' It is impossible to talk of the novel nowadays without having in our minds the question of whether or not the novel is still a living form'? Bernard Bergonzi talks about the future of fiction in the light of these contradictory opinions, and of two recently published books on the subject by Alberto Moravia and Alain Robbe-Grillet .

Contributors

Speaker:
Bernard Bergonzi

Part 2
Leclair
Sonata No. 8, in D major, for oboe, cello, and continuo
9.50* Rameau
Cinquieme concert (Pieces de clavecin en concert)
10.2* Jean Barraqui
Sequence, for voice, percussion, and instrumental ensemble (1955) first performance In this country
Given before an Invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets should be sent to Ticket Unit[address removed]enclosing a stamped addressed envelope
Next Invitation Concert: April 4. Works by Gyorg Kurtaa , Gunther Schuur , Dvorak, and Schubert

Contributors

Unknown:
Jean Barraqui
Unknown:
Gyorg Kurtaa
Unknown:
Gunther Schuuer

A miscellany of readings and reviews, including:
PETER PORTER on the anthology The Liverpool Scene
EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH on The Ship's Orchestra by Roy Fisher
ALAN RIDDELL on Selected Poems by Robert Garioch and new poems by DAVID HARSENT and JOHN HAYNES
The poems in the programme are read by the authors themselves and by FRANCES HOOKER , DUNCAN MCINTYRE , and ANTHONY JACOBS
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH followed by an interlude at 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Porter
Unknown:
Roy Fisher
Unknown:
Alan Riddell
Unknown:
Robert Garioch
Unknown:
David Harsent
Unknown:
John Haynes
Unknown:
Frances Hooker
Unknown:
Duncan McIntyre
Unknown:
Anthony Jacobs
Introduced By:
George MacBeth

Network Three

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