by Dr. Georg Tugendhat
Arab nationalism, the strategic requirements of the West, and the rise of Russia as a major oil-exporting power have changed the nature of the industry's problems from the commercial level to the realm of high politics.
Symphony No. 97. in C (Haydn):
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor, Sir Thomas Beecham. Bt.
Der Schwanendreher (Hindemith):
William Primrose (viola), with Chamber Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard on gramophone records
Elizabeth Simon (soprano)
Alfred Deller (countpr-tenor)
Owen Brannigan (bass-baritone)
Kalmar Chamber Orchestra
(Led by Raymond Cohen )
Conducted by Charles Mackerras
Music from operas produced in London between 1720 and 1733: Buononcini
Astarto Muzio Scevola (Act 2) Griselda
Radamisto Muzio Scevola (Act 3)
The programme also includes Antonio Lotti 's madrigal ' Una siepe ombrosa ' (conducted by Alan G. Melville) which Buononcini was said to have plagiarised.
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