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Sibelius
Songs:
Demanten pa marssnon (Diamonds on the March snow)
Jubal (Jubal shot a swan)
En flicka sjunser dar (A maiden yonder sings)
Kyssen (The kiss)
9.17* Sonatina in E major. Op. 80. for violin and piano
9.30* Songs:
Var det en drom? (Was It a dream?)
Norden <The north)
Men min fagel marks dock Icke
(But my bird is long in homing)
Sav, sav, susa (Sigh, rushes, sigh)
JACQUELINE DELMAN (soprano)
CARMEL KAINE (violin) VIOLA TUNNARD (piano)

Contributors

Soprano:
Jacqueline Delman
Violin:
Carmel Kaine
Piano:
Viola Tunnard

Mendelssohn Chamber Music series continued
RONALD STEVENSON (piano)
THE NASH ENSEMBLE Judith Pearce (flute) Robin Miller (oboe)
Amelia Freedman (clarinet. Brian Whiteman (bassoon) Philip Jones (trumpet) John Pigneguy (horn)
Ronald Thomas (violin) Ian Jewell (viola)
Joanna Millholland (cello) Martin Jones (piano)

Contributors

Piano:
Ronald Stevenson
Flute:
Judith Pearce
Oboe:
Robin Miller
Clarinet:
Amelia Freedman
Bassoon:
Brian Whiteman
Bassoon:
Philip Jones
Horn:
John Pigneguy
Violin:
Ronald Thomas
Viola:
Ian Jewell
Cello:
Joanna Millholland
Piano:
Martin Jones

Part 1
RAE WOODLAND (soprano) HELEN WATTS (contralto) WOMEN'S VOICES OF THE
NETHERLANDS Radio CHOIR AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINK gramophone records

Contributors

Soprano:
Rae Woodland
Contralto:
Helen Watts
Conducted By:
Bernard Haitink

Fifth in a series of thirteen programmes in which all the sonatas are being played
F major. Op. 10 No. 2
2.16* E major. Op. 109
2.36* Six Bagatelles, Op. 126 played by ALFRED BRENDEL
Second broadcast
Wednesday. 2.0 p.m.: F minor, Up. 2 No. 1; C minor, Op 10 No. 1, A flat major. Op. 26 (Maurice role)

Contributors

Played By:
Alfred Brendel

JANE MANNING(soprano)
Venturi Ensemble
Sebastian Bell (flute) Philip Jones (oboe) Roy Jowitt (clarinet)
George Tofield (bassoon) James Diack (horn)
Chamber Ensemble or WALES Sebastian Bell (flute) Philip Jones (oboe)
Richard Smith (oboa) Roy Jowiti
(clarinet and bass-clarinet) George Totield (bassoon) James Diuck (horn) William Davis (horn)
Lawrence Evans (trumpet) Glenys Gordon-Fleet (harp) John McCabe (celesta) Colti Staveley (violin) John Bradbury (violin) Geoffrey York (viola)
Philip Kent (cello)
Ronald Smith (double-bass)
Conducted by JOHN CAREWE
Part 1

Contributors

Flute:
Sebastian Bell
Oboe:
Philip Jones
Clarinet:
Roy Jowitt
Bassoon:
George Tofield
Horn:
James Diack
Flute:
Sebastian Bell
Oboe:
Philip Jones
Oboe:
Richard Smith
Clarinet:
Roy Jowiti
Bassoon:
George Totield
Horn:
James Diuck
Horn:
William Davis
Horn:
Lawrence Evans
Harp:
Glenys Gordon-Fleet
Harp:
John McCabe
Violin:
Colti Staveley
Violin:
John Bradbury
Viola:
Geoffrey York
Cello:
Philip Kent
Double-Bass:
Ronald Smith
Conducted By:
John Carewe

A series of twenty programmes, intended for listeners who already have some knowledge of French. An imaginary rovinn reporter, Gilles Leroy. records his impressions of the different places he visits each week
Programme 14: Grenoblela vie estudiantine
Introduced by KATIA ELLIS with the help of Emile Harven
Script by Odile Castro and Elsie Ferguson
Produced by Elsie Ferguson
Language consultant: Paul Couster
Ftrst broadcast May 30. 1966
Repeated: Saturday, 10.45 a.m. (Home)
A booklet Is available

Contributors

Reporter:
Gilles Leroy.
Introduced By:
Katia Ellis
Unknown:
Emile Harven
Script By:
Odile Castro
Script By:
Elsie Ferguson
Produced By:
Elsie Ferguson
Unknown:
Paul Couster

A series of eightbroadcasts introduced by DR. ANNE Ross
7: The literatures of the Celtic world
The oral tradition was deliberately fostered in the Celtic societies. When this ancient tradition was finally committed to writing under the patronage of the Church, a whole way of life was preserved. The vernacular literatures of the British Isles are the oldest in Europe, apart from the Greek and Roman writings. They contain heroic legends. mythological traditions, stories of saints and accounts of the voyages and adventures of pagans and Christians alike. Poetic expression in the form of sung or performed verse played a leading role in early Celtic societies, and bards were often attached to noble houses to eulogise the chieftains and their families
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Study notes are available
Breakdown and survival: April 4

Contributors

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

ⓢA comic opera in two acts
Libretto by CESARE STERBINI
Music by Rossini
From the Royal Opera Heusr Covent Garden
Sung In Italian
Cast in order of singing:
Musicians and soldiers
COVENT GARDEN OPERA CHORUS Chorus-Master,
Douglas Robinson
JOHN CONSTABLE
(harpsichord continuo)
COVENT GARDEN ORCHESTRA Leader. Charles Taylor
Conducted by SILVIO VARVISO
The action takes place in Seville
ACT 1
Scene 1 Outside Dr. Bartolo's house at dawn
Scene 2 Inside Dr. Bartolo's house later the same morning

Contributors

Unknown:
Cesare Sterbini
Chorus-Master:
Douglas Robinson
Harpsichord:
John Constable
Leader:
Charles Taylor
Conducted By:
Silvio Varviso
Fiorello, servant of the Count:
Glynne Thomas (baritone)
Count Almaviva:
Luigi Alva (tenor)
Figaro, a barber:
Peter Glossop (baritone)
Rosina:
Teresa Berganza
Doctor Bartolo, her guardian:
Geraint Evans (bass)
Don Basilio, her music teacher:
Joseph Rouleau (bass)
Berta, Dr. Bartolo's house-keeper:
Elizabeth Bainbridge
An officer:
Robert Bowman (tenor)

A group of three programmes 1: You and Me and the Continuum
A short story by J. G. BALLARD This story on 'the idea of the second coming, and how it might take place in the twentieth century' is one of a group of four in which Mr. Ballard explores a new kind of narrative style based on extreme concision and a wide range of reference.
Readers: HUGH DICKSON
FRANCES HOOKER , ALAN WHEATLEY
Introduced by GEORGE MACBETH
'Prospective Narrative,' a conversation with J. G. Ballard: Wednesday at 8.40* p.m.

Contributors

Story By:
J. G. Ballard
Readers:
Hugh Dickson
Readers:
Frances Hooker
Readers:
Alan Wheatley
Introduced By:
George MacBete
Unknown:
J. G. Ballard

Concerto No. 4, in B flat major
LIONEL SALTER (organ)
LUCERNE FESTIVAL STRINGS Directed by RUDOLF BAUMGARTNER (violin) gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Lionel Salter
Violin:
Rudolf Baumgartner

Network Three

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