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A recording of the first of eight weekly public recitals promoted by the Music Programme on Mondays at 5.45 p.m. in London's newest concert hall
Elisabeth Criimmer (soprano) ARIBERT REIMANN (piano)

Mozart Das Veilchen Im Fruhlingsanfang Abendempfindung

9.57* Schumann
Frauenliebe und -leben

10.20* Brahms
Wie Melodien zieht es mir Die Mainacht
Der Tod das ist die kuhle Nacht Wir wandelten

(Next Tuesday: Barru McDaniel (baritone), Ernest Lush (piano); Richard Adeney (flute) and Kenneth Heath (cello): Beethoven and Ravel)

In the Queen Elizabeth Hall
The opening of the Queen Elizabeth Hall last month has, it would seem, effectively answered the call so often and so repeatedly voiced in the past for a hall in London suited to a wide range of concerts which call for greater intimacy than its neighbour, the Royal Festival Hall, can provide. One was immediately impressed at the inaugural concert by the fidelity and responsiveness of the Queen Elizabeth Hall's acoustics, and in particular by the natural support it seems to offer to singers.
This in itself is an encouraging augury for the series of eight weekly song recitals which the Music Programme is presenting in the new hall on Monday evenings at 5.45 during April and May. If you live or work near enough you will be able to attend some of these concerts, but in any event each recital is being recorded and can be heard in the Music Programme the next morning at 9.45.
The aim is to present a wide variety of programmes, and these will range from solo recitals to rather more conce

Contributors

Soprano:
Elisabeth Criimmer
Unknown:
Wie Melodien
Baritone:
Barru McDaniel
Baritone:
Ernest Lush
Flute:
Richard Adeney
Flute:
Kenneth Heath

Mendelssohn Chamber Music series continued
VIRTUOSO ENSEMBLE of LONDON
Sidney Fell (clarinet)
Ronald Waller (bassoon) John Burden (horn)
Patrick Halling (violin) Ernest Scott (violin)
Gwynne Edwards (viola) Stephen Shinnies (viola) Willem de Mont (cello)
J. Edward Merrett (double-bass) Wilfrid Parry (piano)

Contributors

Bassoon:
Ronald Waller
Horn:
John Burden
Violin:
Patrick Halling
Violin:
Ernest Scott
Viola:
Gwynne Edwards
Viola:
Stephen Shinnies
Cello:
Willem de Mont
Piano:
Wilfrid Parry

JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor) PETER GLOSSOP (baritone)
HUGH MAGUIRE (violin)
ERNEST LUSH (piano)
BBC CHORUS
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Hugh Maguire
Conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT and MAURITS SILLEM
Part 1 conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent

Contributors

Tenor:
John Mitchinson
Violin:
Hugh Maguire
Leader:
Hugh Maguire
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

Tenth in a series of thirteen programmes in which all the sonatas are being played
E minor, Op. 90
2.14* B flat major. Op. 106
(Hammerklavieri played by ANDRÉ TCHAIKOWSKY
Second broadcast
Wednesday. 2.0 p.m.: G major, Op. 79; A major. Op. 2 No. 2; D minor. Op. 31 No. 2 (Norma Fisher )
See also 7.45 p.m., Home Service

Contributors

Unknown:
Norma Fisher

NATIONAL YOUTH BRASS BAND or GREAT BRITAIN
Conducted by Eric BALL
A programme recorded at the Guildhall, Portsmouth, during the 1966 Summer Course of the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain

Contributors

Conducted By:
Eric Ball

A series of twenty programmes intended for listeners who already have some knowledge of French. An imaginary roving reporter. Gilles Leroy , records his impressions of the different places he visits each week
15: La Grande Chartreuse— silence et méditation
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
First broadcast June 6. 1966
Repeated: Saturday, 10.45 a.m. (Home)
A booklet is available

Contributors

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

A series of eight broadcasts introduced by DR. ANNE ROSS
8: Breakdown and survival
In Wales the old Celtic order virtually ended in the sixteenth century, in Ireland in the seventeenth, and in Scotland in the eighteenth. The Celtic literary tradition then took on a more popular form, and today in Wales, Ireland, and Brittany, and to a lesser extent in Scotland, a modern written literature has grown up and flourishes. Meanwhile intensive collecting of folklore and custom has enabled much to be preserved that would otherwise have been lost, and we now have a rich store of heroic tales and legends which can be traced to the early Celtic world.
Produced by Adrian Johnson
Study notes are available
The series will be repeated during August and September

Contributors

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

An enquiry by DR. PENELOPE LEACH
Department of Social Psychology. London School of Economics
How far and in what respect has the theory and practice of psychoanalysis developed since Freud's time? Dr. Leach seeks the answer from some of today's leading experts in this field.
Second broadcast

EDITH VOGEL and JAMES GIBs (piano duet)
ERICH GRUENBERG (violin) ROGER SMALLEY (piano) GILBERT WEBSTER
(cimbalom and percussion)
DUMKA Trio
Suzanne Rosza (violin) Vivian Joseph (cello)
Lisa Fuchsova (harmonium) with John Willison (violin)
Part 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Edith Vogel
Violin:
Erich Gruenberg
Piano:
Roger Smalley
Piano:
Gilbert Webster
Violin:
Suzanne Rosza
Cello:
Vivian Joseph
Cello:
Lisa Fuchsova
Violin:
John Willison

The Goat-Boy file by PAUL MAYERSBERG
Mr. Mayersberg approaches John Barth 's new novel Giles Goat-Boy by way of its concern with the giant computer WESCAC, and its obsession with classification. He sees the theme of the book as The Hero v. The Computer, and finds the battle against over-simplification by pigeon-holing mimed in Its own classification-defying structure.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Mayersberg
Unknown:
John Barth
Unknown:
Giles Goat-Boy

Part 2: Schubert
Duo in C major, for piano duet (Grand Duo) (D.812)
Given before an invited audience in Studio 1, Maida Vale, Lonaan. Applications for tickets should be sent to Ticket Unit[address removed]enclosing a stamped addressed envelope.
Next Invitation Concert: April 18. Stravinsky, Debussy, Satie, Manricio Kaoel, Peter Maxwell Davies , and the first performance in this country of Fredric Myrow 's Songs from the Japanese

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Maxwell Davies
Unknown:
Fredric Myrow

Network Three

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