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A request programme of gramophone records BENEDETTO MARCELLO ENSEMBLE
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano)
AMBROSIAN SINGERS
BATH Festival ORCHESTRA
Conducted by YEHUDI MENUHIN
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted by WILHELM FURTWANGLER

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano:
Janet Baker
Conducted By:
Yehudi Menuhin
Conducted By:
Wilhelm Furtwangler

Bach's Contemporaries
MANOUG PARIKIAN (violin)
MARGARET LENSKY (mezzo-soprano) William BENNETT (flute) Kenneth HEATH (cello)
HAROLD LESTER (harpsichord)

Contributors

Violin:
Manoug Parikian
Mezzo-Soprano:
Margaret Lensky
Flute:
William Bennett
Cello:
Kenneth Heath
Harpsichord:
Harold Lester

NICANOR ZABALETA (harp)
PHILADELPHIA WIND QUINTET
Robert Cole , John de Lancie
Anthony Giuliotti , Sol Schoenbach Mason Jones with FRANCIS POULENC (piano)
LOREN DRISCOLL (tenor) ERICH FERSTL (guitar)
HERBERT STAHR (clarinet) HANS LEMKE (bassoon) GERD SEIFERT (horn)
FRED MELECEK (violin) ULRICH FRITZE (viola)
HEINHICH MASOWSKI (cello)
RAINER ZEPPERITZ (double-bass)
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Contributors

Harp:
Nicanor Zabaleta
Unknown:
Robert Cole
Unknown:
John de Lancie
Unknown:
Anthony Giuliotti
Unknown:
Sol Schoenbach
Unknown:
Mason Jones
Piano:
Francis Poulenc
Tenor:
Loren Driscoll
Guitar:
Erich Ferstl
Clarinet:
Herbert Stahr
Bassoon:
Hans Lemke
Horn:
Gerd Seifert
Violin:
Fred Melecek
Viola:
Ulrich Fritze
Cello:
Heinhich Masowski
Double-Bass:
Rainer Zepperitz

BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader, Arthur Leavins
Conductor. MARCUS DODS with FRANCES MASON and ALAN LOVEDAY (violins)

Contributors

Conductor:
Marcus Dods
Unknown:
Frances Mason
Violins:
Alan Loveday

A series of nine programmes
7: Excerpt from
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam by Fitzgerald
Script and narration by PATRIC DICKINSON
Poem read by Michael MCCLAIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Omar Khayyam
Unknown:
Patric Dickinson
Read By:
Michael McClain

A series of programmes in which a speaker talks about a book worth returning to
PAUL JENNINGS on Hilaire Belloc 's Vie Path to Rome with readings by GARY WATSON
Produced by Peggy Bacon

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Jennings
Unknown:
Hilaire Belloc
Unknown:
Gary Watson
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon

Fourteen illustrated talks by ROGER FISKE
8: Haydn and Mozart
If orchestral music of the Galante Period, described in Roger Fiske 's last talk, was a reaction against Baroque seriousness, the Classical Period of Haydn and Mozart represented a return to earlier ideals, especially in the reintroduction ot counterpoint. Instead of orchestras being employed merely to provide a background to aristocratic conversation, the new middle-class audience was prepared to pay for the privilege of listening.
Produced by Peter Dodd
First broadcast November 23. 1966

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Fiske
Unknown:
Roger Fiske
Produced By:
Peter Dodd

A weekly review of the arts in the making This week:
PHILIP HOPE-WALLACE talks to FRANK HAUSER , producer, and BRYAN BALKWILL. conductor, about the new production of The Magic Flute now in repertory at Sadler's Wells

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Hauser
Conductor:
Bryan Balkwill.

Five studies in styles and stylists in pulpit oratory from the Reformation to the nineteenth century by John Chandos
1: The World of Hugh Latimer Readers, PAUL ROGERS and ANTHONY JACOBS
Produced by George MacBeth
Second broadcast; originally broadcast on September 2. 1965
Lancelot Andrewes and John Donne : August 22

Contributors

Unknown:
John Chandos
Readers:
Hugh Latimer
Readers:
Paul Rogers
Readers:
Anthony Jacobs
Produced By:
George MacBeth
Unknown:
Lancelot Andrewes
Unknown:
John Donne

Marion Mosler (oboe)
Werner Herbers (oboe) Frank Eli (clarinet)
Hans Mossel (clarinet) Joep Terwey (bassoon) John Miller (bassoon) Jaap Verhaar (horn)
Rudy Van Velsen (horn)
Conductor, THOM DE CLERC
Second broadcast

Contributors

Oboe:
Marion Mosler
Oboe:
Werner Herbers
Clarinet:
Frank Eli
Clarinet:
Hans Mossel
Bassoon:
John Miller
Horn:
Jaap Verhaar
Horn:
Rudy van Velsen

Network Three

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More