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ⓢ Handel
Sinfonia in D major (Jephtha)
PHILOMUSICA OF London
Conducted by ANTHONY LEWIS
9.7* Alexander's Feast: Part 2
HONOR SHEPPARD (soprano) MAX WORTHLEY (tenor) MAURICE BEVAN (bass) ORIANA CONCERT CHOlR AND ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ALFRED DELLER gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Anthony Lewis
Soprano:
Honor Sheppard
Tenor:
Max Worthley
Bass:
Maurice Bevan
Conducted By:
Alfred Deller

String Quartet No.
ALBERNI QUARTET
Dennis Simons (violin) Howard Davis (violin) John White (viola)
Gregory Baron (cello)
10.31* Piano Concerto No. 2
DENIS MATTHEWS
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT gramophone records
Last of four programmes

Contributors

Violin:
Dennis Simons
Violin:
Howard Davis
Viola:
John White
Conducted By:
Sir Malcolm Sargent

BERNARD Roberts (piano)
ILSE WOLF (soprano)
PAUL Hamburger (piano)
† HEUTLlNG QUARTET
Werner Heutling (violin)
Oswald Gattermann (violin) Erich Bohlscheid (viola) Konrad Haester (cello)

Contributors

Piano:
Bernard Roberts
Soprano:
Ilse Wolf
Piano:
Paul Hamburger
Violin:
Werner Heutling
Violin:
Oswald Gattermann
Viola:
Erich Bohlscheid
Cello:
Konrad Haester

(tenor)
BAVARIAN RADIO
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BRUNO MADERNA
Recording made available by courtesy of Bavarian Radio

Contributors

Unknown:
Giselher Klebe
Unknown:
Stabat Mater
Mezzo-Soprano:
Kerstin Meyer
Contralto:
Grace Hoffman
Chorus-Master:
Herbert Schernus
Conducted By:
Christoph Von
Conducted By:
Hermann Scherchen
Soprano:
Catherine Gayer
Soprano:
Lawrence White
Conducted By:
Bruno Maderna

Records chosen by the under-twenties
Introduced by MEIRION BOWEN
This week: Horn Trios by Berkeley and Don Banks ; and works for string orchestra by Britten and Bartok

Contributors

Introduced By:
Meirion Bowen
Introduced By:
Don Banks

An Age of Conflict
Some aspects and effects of war in the twentieth century
A discussion, between some of the speakers involved, about a group of four university-level series (War and Society, Armament and War, Poetry and War, and The Artist and War) beginning in October

A series of programmes for parents and school-leavers with 0- and A-tevel qualifications on the choice of careers and the different forms of training available
Work Overseas
Introduced by MICHAEL SMEE
Produced by Peggy Bacon
Broadcast on Nov. 26. 1965

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Smee
Produced By:
Peggy Bacon

A series of programmes in which a speaker talks about a book worth returning to.
Tony Church on Moby Dick by Herman Melville, with readings by Gary Watson.
Broadcast on June 9

Contributors

Speaker:
Tony Church
Author ("Moby Dick"):
Herman Melville
Reader:
Gary Watson
Producer:
Peggy Bacon

by William Shakespeare
with music by John Hotchkis
Scene: Britain
(Derek Godfrey and Barbara Jefford are members of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
During the intervals:
8.0*-8.5* p.m.
A record of Julian Bream (lute) playing the pavan by Bulman
9.30-9.45* p.m.
A record of English lute music played by Julian Bream

Contributors

Author:
William Shakespeare
Music/conductor:
John Hotchkis
Music played by:
A section of the English Chamber Orchestra
Technical Direction:
Mary Leftwich
Producer:
John Richmond
Earl of Kent:
Howard Marion-Crawford
Earl of Gloucester:
Mark Dignam
Edmund, bastard son to Gloucester:
Derek Godfrey
Lear, King of Britain:
John Gielgud
Daughter to Lear - Goneril:
Barbara Jefford
Daughter to Lear - Regan:
Barbara Bolton
Daughter to Lear - Cordelia:
Virginia McKenna
Duke of Burgundy:
Rolf Lefebvre
King of France:
John Justin
Edgar, son to Gloucester:
Philip Guard
Oswald, steward to Goneril:
John Bryning
Knight:
Alexander John
Fool:
Timothy Bateson
Duke of Albany:
Michael Goodliffe
Gentleman:
Peter Ducrow
Curan:
Geoffrey Wincott
Duke of Cornwall:
Roger Delgado
First Servant:
Humphrey Morton
Second Servant:
David Brierley
Third Servant:
Geoffrey Wincott
Old Man, tenant to Gloucester:
Haydn Jones
Messenger:
Alan Reid
Doctor:
Duncan McIntyre
Captain:
Antony Viccars
Herald:
Christopher Bidmead

Network Three

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