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: SCHUTZ

Historia der Auferstehung Jesu Christi sung by Helmut Krebs (tenor) . as the Evangelist with Verena Gohl , Irmgard Dressler , Renate Krokisius (soprano); Georg Jelden , Johannes Feyerabend. Otto Pingel , Hans - Dieter Rodewald , Johannes Hoefflin (tenor); Max Griindler (baritone); Klaus Ocker. Hans-Olaf Hudemann (bass): Norddeutscher Singkreis; Gunda Rathke , Hildburg Schroder , Wiltrud Katta nek (recorder); Johannes Koch. Josef Ulsamer , JUrgen Sartori. Heinrich Haferland (viola da gamba); Edwin Koch (cello); Josef Lippert (double - bass); Mathias Siedel (organ)
Conducted by Gottfried Woltera on a gramophone record

Contributors

Tenor: Helmut Krebs
Unknown: Verena Gohl
Unknown: Irmgard Dressler
Soprano: Renate Krokisius
Soprano: Georg Jelden
Soprano: Johannes Feyerabend.
Soprano: Otto Pingel
Unknown: Dieter Rodewald
Tenor: Johannes Hoefflin
Tenor: Max Griindler
Baritone: Klaus Ocker.
Bass: Hans-Olaf Hudemann
Unknown: Gunda Rathke
Unknown: Hildburg Schroder
Unknown: Wiltrud Katta
Unknown: Johannes Koch.
Unknown: Josef Ulsamer
Unknown: Jurgen Sartori.
Viola: Heinrich Haferland
Cello: Edwin Koch
Cello: Josef Lippert
Bass: Mathias Siedel
Conducted By: Gottfried Woltera

: MUSIC AND HISTORY

The publication last year of Volume 3 of The New Oxford History of Music marks a stage in the changing attitude to the music of the past. In this talk DENIS STEVENS deals with these matters from the point of view of a scholar who is also concerned with early music in practice.

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Stevens

: THE FLIGHT OF THE WILD GEESE

Between the years 1091 and 1750 more than 450,000 Irishmen died in the service of France
(Abbe MacGeoghagan)
A ballad opera on the history of the Irish Brigade in the service of France from the Treaty of Limerick (1691) to the decline of the Stuart cause in the 1750s
Written by FRANCIS DILLON
Music composed and arranged by TRISTRAM CARY with the Ambrosian Singers
PROLOGUE
At the Court of Irish History
PART 1
The Road to Limerick
PART 2
Swordsmen of France
EPILOGUE
Soldiering On
Produced by Francis Dillon

Contributors

Written By: Francis Dillon
Arranged By: Tristram Cary
Produced By: Francis Dillon

: HAYDN

Quartet in F, Op. 50 No. 5 played by the Dartington String Quartet Colin Sauer , Peter Carter
Keith Lovell , Michael Evans
: second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Sauer
Unknown: Peter Carter
Unknown: Keith Lovell
Unknown: Michael Evans








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