Symphony No. 10 in F sharp
The comprehensive five-movement sketch, representing Mahler's fairly complete first conception, rendered for the first time into full score and introduced by DERYCK COOKE
Leader. Hugh Bean
Conducted by Berthold Goldschmidt
Complete: fully composed and almost fully scored by Mahler
2: SCHERZO I
Four extracts, comprising the main thematic groups and cornerstones of the movement, almost fully composed and scored by Mahler
Full-length sketch: almost fully composed, and one page fully scored by Mahler; the remainder realised from the four-stave score with its detailed indications of instrumentation
4: SCHERZO II
Three extracts, comprising the main sections-beginning, middle, and end--of the movement; orchestrated from the texturally incomplete sketch, with its few indications of instrumentation
Full-length sketch: almost fully composed by Mahler; the four-stave score conjecturally realised as a full score
A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
DIMINISHED RESPONSIBILITY by Rupert Cross Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
A discussion of the new defence to a murder charge introduced by the Homicide Act 1957.
by IONA and PETER OPIE
Four programmes showing how present-day children unwittingly keep alive the language, humour, customs, and superstitions of previous centuries.
4: CHILDREN'S BELIEFS
Recordings from different parts of England and Wales collected by Stewart Wavell Iona and Peter Ople Father Damian Webb Sasha Moorsom
Narrated by Peter Ople
Produced by Sasha Moorsorn
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