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PART 1
Concerto in C minor for two harpsichords and string orchestra played by Helma Eisner (harpsichord) Rolf Reinhardt (harpsichord)
The Pro Musica String Orchestra,
Stuttgart
Conductor. Rolf Reinhardt on a gramophone record
The C minor Concerto for two harpsichords and strings has been assumed by several musicologists to be Bach's transcription of a lost Concerto in D minor-which some think was for two violins and strings, and others, for oboe, violin, and strings. Tonight Bach's well-known two-harpsichord version can be heard, followed at 8.35 by Max Schneider 's conjectural reconstruction.

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Helma Eisner
Harpsichord:
Rolf Reinhardt
Conductor:
Rolf Reinhardt
Unknown:
Max Schneider

PART 2
Concerto in D minor
(reconstructed by Max Schneider ) for oboe, violin and string orchestra played by Friedrich Milde (oboe)
Will Beh (violin)
The Pro Musica String Orchestra,
Stuttgart
Conductor. Rolf Reinhardt on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Schneider
Oboe:
Friedrich Milde
Violin:
Will Beh
Conductor:
Rolf Reinhardt

Edna Graham (soprano)
Helga Pilarczyk (soprano)
BBC Singers
An Instrumental Ensemble Conducted by Walter Goehr
Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Howard Ferguson (piano)
Entflieht auf leichten Kahnen, Op. 2, for unaccompanied chorus
Two Songs. Op. 19, for choir and instruments
Four Pieces, Op. 7, for violin and piano
Quartet, Op. 22, for clarinet. tenor saxophone, violin, and piano
10.46 app. A short talk by WALTER GOEHR
Five Sacred Songs, Op. 16, for soprano and instruments
Five Canons, Op. 16, for soprano, clarinet, and bass clarinet
Three Songs, Op. 18, for soprano.
E flat clarinet, and guitar
Concerto, Op. 24. for nine instruments
Third of four programmes of music by Webern

Contributors

Soprano:
Edna Graham
Soprano:
Helga Pilarczyk
Conducted By:
Walter Goehr
Violin:
Yfrah Neaman
Piano:
Howard Ferguson
Talk By:
Walter Goehr

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