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Beethoven
Symphony No. 5, in C minor
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERICH KLEIBER
9.36* Songs:
Aus Goethes Faust, Op. 75 Mailied. Op. 52
Neue Liebe. neues Leben, Op. 75
GERARD SOUZAY (baritone) DALTON BALDWIN (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Erich Kleiber
Baritone:
Gerard Souzay
Piano:
Dalton Baldwin

from the Jubilee Hall
MANITOBA UNIVERSITY Consort Phyllis Thomson I soprano Victor Martens (tenor)
Joyce Redekop-Penner (spinet, portative organ, bells, and percussion
Paul Palmer (recorders, crumhorns. rauschpfetffen I
Peggie Sampson (tenor and bass violas da gamba)
Harold Vogt (treble viol. rebec. and vielle)
Directed by CHRISTINE MATHER
(recorders. crumhorns. dulzfan, racket, psaltery, and lute)
The programme, covering the period 1230 to 1556 with music from France. Scotland. Spain. Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy, ranges from secular court dances and songs to motets. The composers include Claude Gervaise , Robert Johnson , Diego Ortez , de la Torre, Milan. Dufay. Oswald von Wolkenstein, and Landini.

Contributors

Unknown:
Phyllis Thomson
Tenor:
Victor Martens
Tenor:
Joyce Redekop-Penner
Unknown:
Paul Palmer
Tenor:
Peggie Sampson
Unknown:
Harold Vogt
Directed By:
Christine Mather
Unknown:
Claude Gervaise
Unknown:
Robert Johnson
Unknown:
Diego Ortez

Ninth in a series of thirteen programmes in which all the sonatas are being played
E flat major, Op. 7
2.30* G major. Op. 31 No. 1 played by MALCOLM BINNS
Second broadcast
Tuesday, 2.0 p.m.: E minor, Op. 90; B flat motor. Op. 106 (llammerklavier) (André Tchaikowsky)

Contributors

Played By:
Malcolm Binns

Ceno Concerto
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by CHARLES MÜNCH
4.10* Scenes from Troilus and Cressida:
Is Cressida a slave?; Slowly It all comes back (Act 1)
All's well'; Diomede! Fatherl
(Act 3)
ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF (soprano) MONICA SINCLAIR (contralto) RICHARD LEWIS (tenor)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
Conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone records
Last of five programmes

Contributors

Unknown:
Gregor Piatigorsky

Songs :
Der Einsame; Friihlingsglaube; An Sylvia: lm Abendrot: An die Laute: Die Forelle; Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren: Der Musensohn
Fritz WUNDERLICH (tenor) HUBERT GIESEN (piano)
5.9' Piano Quintet in A major
(The Trout)
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH (piano) RUDOLF KOECKERT (violin) OSKAR RIEDL (viola) JOSEF MERZ (cello)
GEORG MAXIMILIANH ÖRTNAGEL (double-bass)
5.45' Nocturne in E flat major, for violin, cello, and piano (D.897)
RUDOLF KOECKERT JOSEF MERZ
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH gramophone records
First of six programmes including, each week, a piano Quintet

Contributors

Tenor:
Fritz Wunderlich
Piano:
Hubert Giesen
Piano:
Christoph Eschenbach
Violin:
Rudolf Koeckert
Viola:
Oskar Riedl
Cello:
Josef Merz
Cello:
Georg Maximilianh
Unknown:
Rudolf Koeckert
Unknown:
Josef Merz
Unknown:
Christoph Eschenbach

Lesson 3
Introduced by JACINTA CASTILLEJO with the help of Pablo Soto
Script by Maria Victoria Alvarez and Anthony Watson
Produced by George Walton Scott
Broadcast on October 21. 1965
Repeated: Friday, 7.4 p.m.
A booklet is available

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jacinta Castillejo
Unknown:
Pablo Soto
Script By:
Maria Victoria Alvarez
Script By:
Anthony Watson
Produced By:
George Walton

3: A second experiment in Democracy
Introduced by Richard HISCOCKS
Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex
'New Nazis in shock poll result' said one British newspaper recently, indicating something of the British attitude of fearful fascina- tion towards German politics. The Federal Republic of West Germany has already lasted longer than the ill-fated Weimar Republic after the First World War, but economic conditions have changed and so have the people running the country. How successful is modern West German democracy? What have been its deficiencies and achievements? West German politicians and observers look critically at Federal politics under a new Chancellor and a Grand Coalition.
Produced by Chris Cuthbertson

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Hiscocks
Produced By:
Chris Cuthbertson

Some arguments for and against stage censorship
Compiled and introduced by Leslie Stokes
A new version, brought up to date. of a programme entitled Good Manners, Decorum and the Public Peace, tirst broadcast on February 13, 1952 with Nigel Anthony. Alan Dudley William Eedle. Walter Fitzgerald Noel Howlett , Anthony Jackson Duncan Mclntyre. Hector Ross and Geoffrey Wincott
Produced by CHARLES LEFEAUX
† Third broadcast

Contributors

Introduced By:
Leslie Stokes
Unknown:
Nigel Anthony.
Unknown:
Alan Dudley
Unknown:
William Eedle.
Unknown:
Walter Fitzgerald
Unknown:
Noel Howlett
Unknown:
Anthony Jackson
Unknown:
Duncan McLntyre.
Unknown:
Hector Ross
Unknown:
Geoffrey Wincott
Produced By:
Charles Lefeaux
Lord Chesterfield:
Harman Grisewood
Bernard Shaw:
Denys Hawthorne
G K Chesterton:
Ronald Herdman

When is a servant not a servant? by DR. PAUL O'HIGGINS
Fellow of Christ's College. Cambridge
Normally, when an employer hires someone to work for him. there is a contract of employment between them. But what happens if a builder, for example, engages a company to provide the labourers he needs?

by Miguel de Cervantes
Six episodes from the second part of the novel Chosen and introduced by J. M. COHEN and read in his translation by Hax Adrian
6: Sancho Governs the Isle Barataria
Produced by Joe Burroughs

Contributors

Unknown:
Miguel de Cervantes
Introduced By:
J. M. Cohen
Translation By:
Hax Adrian
Produced By:
Joe Burroughs

Early fifteenth-century music in Northern France
MUSICA MENSURABILIS Ensemble Director, WOLFGANG NITSCHKE
Introductions by MICHAEL HOWARD incorporating material by Wolfgang Nitschke The last programme of an abridged version of the series originally broadcast in 1965. Recording made available by courtesy of Radio Bremen

Contributors

Director:
Wolfgang Nitschke
Unknown:
Michael Howard
Unknown:
Wolfgang Nitschke

Network Three

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