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BBC Radio 3

Reputations Hans Keller

"I am in favour of what the Third
Programme should have been but wasn't; without snobbery, without specialist esotericism, without the blessing bestowed by secret societies." Hans Keller worked in the Music
Department of BBC Radio from 1959 until his retirement 20 years later. He was an influential and respected musician, but after abandoning his violin and viola and safely stowing away his early compositions, his reputation rested almost entirely on his writing and radio talks. Was he a BBC producer, a critic, a teacher, or a musical analyst? Christopher Marshall talks to Keller's friends and colleagues. Producer Chris Marshall
BBC Radio 3

* Hans Keller

Part 2
Haydn Quartet in D minor, Op 42 Jagdish Mistry String Quartet Jagdish Mistry (violin)
Clare McFarlane (violin) Caroline Henbest (viola) Susan Monks (cello)
Mozart Abendempfindung (K523)
Mendelssohn Neue Liebe; Die Liebende schreibt; BeiderWiege
Schoenberg Waldsonne; In diesen
Wintertagen Jennifer Smith (soprano) Susan Bradshaw (piano)
Schoenberg Six little pieces, Op 19
Susan Bradshaw (piano)
Britten String Quartet No 3 (dedicated to Hans Keller ) Allegri String Quartet Peter Carter (violin) David Roth (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Bruno Schrecker (cello)
(In association with the Austrian Cultural Institute)
Network Three

PORTRAIT OF SCHOENBERG

A radio study of his personality compiled and introduced by HANS KELLER with the recorded recollections of THEODOR WIESENGRUND ADORNO, SIR ARTHUR Buss , SIR ADRIAN BOULT , ANTAL DORATI. ROBERTO GERHARD , FELIX GREISSLE , OSKAR KOKOSCHRA , RUDOLF KOLISCH , ERNSKREMM, RENE LEIBOWITZ , HANS NACIIOD , DIKA NEWLIN, KARL RANKL, MHS. GERTRUD SCHOENBERG , HUMPHREY SEARLE, ROGER SESSIONS, LEONARD STEIN , CLARA STEUERMANN, HANS SWAROWSKY, EGON WELLES2
Produced by CHRISTOPHER NUPEN
To be repeated on December
J Jacob 's Ladder: Monday a9.10.
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET Part I
Third of four public lectures given in Manchester to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth Today Hans Keller talks about the Quartet No 3, Op 30.
2.25* Some Thoughts about Vienna and Austria by HANS WEIGEL
Read by VERNON JOYNER
2.40* Schoenbergpart 2
A performance of Quartet No 3, Op 30
followed by an interlude
Third Programme

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

No. 4
Haydn's String Quartet in D
Op. 64 No. by Hans Keller
Dartington String Quartet:
Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
Hans Keller 's wordless method of analysis is designed to show how contrasting themes and movements hang together. This unity of contrasts, ' the music behind the music,' is thrown into relief by way of an analytic score linked with the complete movements of the work.
ORDER OF EVENTS:
First movement — analytic interlude-slow movement-analytic postlude three-minuteinterval analytic prelude — minuet — analytic interlude-finale-analyticpostlude
Third Programme

FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

by HANS KELLER
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A major (K.581)
Thea King (clarinet) with the English String Quartet Nona Lidell (violin)
Eleanor St. George (violin) Marjorie Lempfert (viola) Helen Just (cello)
PART 1
Hans Keller 's wordless method of analysis is designed to show how contrasting themes and movements hang together; this unity of contrasts, * the music behind the music,' is thrown into relief by way of an analytic score that is linked with the complete movements of the work.
Order of Events: First movement-analytic interlude-slow movement-analytic interlude-minuet-analytic interlude-finale, interrupted by analytic episode, ' quasi una cadenza.'
BBC Radio 3

Musica Viva

introduced by Hans Keller
BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, leader Reginald Stead
Conducted by Charles Groves
Schoenberg: Variations, Op 31
3.41* Franz Schmidt: Variations on a Hussar's Song
4.9* during the interval a discussion of the music, led by Hans Keller
4.24* Schoenberg: Variations, Op 31 (a second performance)
Recorded before an invited audience in the Mountford Hall, University of Liverpool, as part of the Bluecoat Arts Forum Musica Viva series.
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Time of My Life

Hans Keller musician and writer
Vienna 1938. at the time of the Anschluss:
HANS KELLER caught up in the anti-semitic riots that heralded Hitler's ' final solution ' of the Jewish question, makes a promise he has kept ever since. Tonight he tells of the nightmare of his arrest and miraculous escape.
Producer WALTER WALLICH
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET with MORAG NOBLE (soprano)
Second of four public lectures given in Manchester. Today Hans Keller talks about the Quartet No 2. Op 10
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
First of four public lectures given in Manchester to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth. Hans Keller discusses the four String Quartets with illustrations played by the Dartington String Quartet. Today he talks about the Quartet No 1, in D minor, Op 7
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
Last of four public lectures given in Manchester to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth. Today Hans Keller talks about the Quartet No 4, Op 37
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Time of My Life

Hans Keller musician and writer
Vienna 1938, at the time of the Anschluss :
HANS KELLER , caught up in the anti-semitic riots that heralded Hitler's ' final solution ' of the Jewish question, makes a promise he has kept ever since. Tonight he tells of the nightmare of his arrest and imprisonment and his near-miraculous escape.
Producer WALTER WALLICH
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET with MORAG NOBLE (soprano)
A second chance to hear Hans Keller 's series of four public lectures given in Manchester in 1974 to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth.
In this, second programme he talks about the Quartet No 2, Op 10, with soprano in the last two movements, before a complete performance of the work.
BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

A second chance to hear HANS KELLER 'S series of four public lectures given in Manchester in 1974 to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth.
Hans Keller discusses the four string quartets with illustrations played by the DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
In the third programme he talks about the Quartet No 3, Op 30, and this is followed by a complete performance of the work.
BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

A second chance to hear HANS KELLER 'S series of four public lectures given in Manchester to mark the centenary in 1974 of Schoenberg's birth. Hans Keller discusses the four string quartets with illustrations played by the DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
In this first programme he talks about the Quartet No 1, in D minor, Op 7, and this is followed by a complete performance of the work
BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Schoenberg Quartets

HANS KELLER
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
A second chance to hear Hans Keller 's series of four public lectures given in Manchester in 1974 to mark the centenary of Schoenberg's birth.
In the last programme he talks about the Quartet No 4, Op 37, and this is followed by a complete performance of the work.
BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Functional Analysis

by Hans Keller
Mozart's String Quintet, in G minor (K 516)
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET with BRIAN HAWKINS (viola)
Hans Keller 's wordless method of analysis is designed to show how contrasting themes, rhythms, harmonies and movements hang together: the unity of all contrasts is thrown into relief by way of an analytic score that is linked with the complete movements of the work.
Part 1: Analytic introduction - first movement - analytic interlude - minuet - analytic postlude
Part II: Analytic prelude-slow movement - analytic interlude -finale, interrupted (before the allegro) by a short analytic cadenza - analytic epilogue
Network Three

PORTRAIT OF SCHOENBERG

A radio study of his personality compiled and introduced by HANS KELLER with the recorded recollections of THEODOR WIESENGRUND ADORNO
SIR ARTHUR BLISS
SIR ADRIAN BOULT
ANTAL DORATI
ROBERTO GERHARD
FELIX GREISSLE
OSKAR KOKOSCHKA
RUDOLF KOLlSCH
ERNST KRENEK
RENE LEIBOWITZ
HANS NACHOD
DIKA NEWLIN
KARL RANKL
MRS. GERTRUD SCHOENBERG
HUMPHREY SEARLE
ROGER SESSIONS
LEONARD STEIN
CLARA STEUERMANN
HANS SWAROWSKY
EGON WELLESZ
Produced by Christopher Nupen
Second broadcast
BBC Radio 3

Beethoven

A series of weekly lunchtime concerts in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London
String Quartet in B flat, Op 130 With the help of the LINDSAY STRING QUARTET Hans Keller analyses the newness of Beethoven's thoughts. His talk will be generally accessible, but listeners who possess a score will find M, Mr Keller says, 'more interesting than my words.'
BBC Radio 3

Mendelssohn's A major-minor Quartet

BANS
KELLER DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET Colin Sauer (violin)
Malcolm Latchem (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
A public, analytic lecture on Mendelssohn's Op 13 given by Hans Keller in Bath during November 1976, with illustrations played by the Dartington String Quartet. followed by a performance of Mendelssohn's A major-minor Quartet, Op 13
BBC Bristol






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