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Haydn Symphony No 11, in E flat L'ESTRO armonico directed by DEREK SOLOMONS (violin)
Mozart Sonata in F major (K 547) OSCAR SHUMSKY (violin) ARTUR BALSAM (piano)
Brahms, orch Schoenberg Piano Quartet in G minor, Op 25 CBSO/SIMON RATTLE : records

Contributors

Directed By:
Derek Solomons
Violin:
Oscar Shumsky
Piano:
Artur Balsam
Unknown:
Simon Rattle

Rptd from yesterday 12 noon
7.30 Sunday Play: Dianeira
By Timberlake Wertenbaker. A group of students meet a storyteller in a cafe. She tells them a tale of anger, passion jealousy, sexual betrayal and revenge. It is an ancient story but it could be told of any time and place where war and desire wreak havoc on hapless individuals.
Directed by Catherine Bailey and Timberlake Wertenbaker. Music composed by Stephen Warbeck. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Timberlake Wertenbaker.
Directed By:
Catherine Bailey
Directed By:
Timberlake Wertenbaker.
Composed By:
Stephen Warbeck.
Irene:
Olympia Dukakis
Dianeira:
Harriet Walter
First chorus:
Jenny Quayle
Nurse:
Sandra Voe
Hyllos:
Joseph Rennes
Heracles:
Alan Howard
Second chorus:
Emily Bruni
Third chorus:
Joy Richardson
Messenger:
Jonathan Tafter
Lychas:
David Bradley
Nessos:
Simon Callow

(sung in English)
MIEKE VAN DER SLUIS (soprano)
MARGARET CABLE (mezzo-soprano) GLENN WINSLADE (tenor)
GLYN DAVENPORT (baritone)
TALLIS CHAMBER CHOIR
LONDON ORATORY JUNIOR CHOIR chorus-master JOHN HOBAN JOHN TOLL (organ continuo)
ALISTAIR ross (organ continuo) THE RAGLAN BAROQUE PLAYERS leaders MONICA HUGGETT and ALISON BURY conducted by NICHOLAS KRAEMER Parti
3.40* Interval Reading
3.45* Part 2

Contributors

Tenor:
Glenn Winslade
Baritone:
Glyn Davenport
Chorus-Master:
John Hoban
Conducted By:
Nicholas Kraemer

Mozart Concert Aria: Ch'io mi scordi di te (K 505)
Margaret Price (Soprano)
London Philharmonic Orchestra
directed by James Lockhart (piano)
8.16* Strauss Suite in B flat, for 13 wind instruments, Op 4
Netherlands Wind Ensemble conducted by Edo de Waart
8.40* Sibelius Symphonic Poem: Night-ride and sunrise
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antal Dorati

(gramophone records)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Soprano:
Margaret Price
Musicians:
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Pianist/Music Director:
James Lockhart
Musicians:
Netherlands Wind Ensemble
Conductor:
Edo de Waart
Musicians:
London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Antal Dorati

by BERTOLT BRECHT
Translated from the German by RICHARD BECKLEY with Barry Foster and Mary Wimbush
KATE BINCHY , JOHN HOLLIS ELIZABETH PROUD
Brecht explains the collapse of the Paris Commune of 1871. He feels that it was the leaders' unwillingness to use violence which caused their defeat. In this year of the centenary of the Commune Brecht's play is being given its first professional English production. aongs by HANNS EISLER
Incidental music composed and conducted by HANS HEIMLER Played by JUDITH PEARCE , BRAM GAY
TERRY EMERY , HENRY KREIN
Producer RICHARD WORTLEY
(Mary Wimbush is in Butley,' at the Criterion Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bertolt Brecht
Unknown:
Richard Beckley
Unknown:
Barry Foster
Unknown:
Mary Wimbush
Unknown:
Kate Binchy
Unknown:
John Hollis
Unknown:
Elizabeth Proud
Unknown:
Hanns Eisler
Conducted By:
Hans Heimler
Played By:
Judith Pearce
Played By:
Bram Gay
Played By:
Terry Emery
Played By:
Henry Krein
Producer:
Richard Wortley
Unknown:
Mary Wimbush
Jean Cabet:
Barry Foster
Madame Cabet:
Mary Wimbush
Genevieve:
Kate Binchy
Papa:
John Hollis
Babette:
Elizabeth Proud
Philippe:
Anthony Jackson
Coco/Chairman:
Martin Friend
Coco/Chairman:
Geoffrey Beevers
Narrator:
Stephen Thorne
The portly gemleman/Deles- Cluze.:
Ronald Herdman
Jules Favre/ Tax Collector:
Rolf Lefebvre
Langevin:
Haydn Jones
Thiers:
David March
Varlin:
John Rye
Woman Delegate/Baker's Wife:
Sheila Grant
Waiter/Officer:
Brian Hewlett
Dying Woman:
Diana Bishop
Aristocratic Lady:
Eva Stuart
Mayor/Ranvier:
Edward Kelsey
De Ploeuc:
Willlam Fox
Bestay:
James Thomason
Rigault:
Malcolm Terris
Guy:
Robin Browne
Women and children:
Jean England
woman:
Stephanie Turner

direct from St George's.
Brandon Hill. Bristol Pro Arte Quintet of Zurich Werner Zumsteg (flute)
Francis Hunter (oboe)
Pamela Hunter (clarinet) Henryk Kalinski (horn) Thomas Sosnowskl (bassoon)
Beethoven Adagio and Allegro for the ' Spleluhr ' Rossini Quartet No 6, in r
Sandor Veress Sonatina for oboe, clarinet and bassoon
Josef Bohuslav Foerster Quintet in d. Op 95
(Concert arranged by St George's Music Trust In association with Imperial Tobacco. Tickets available at the door) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Oboe:
Francis Hunter
Clarinet:
Pamela Hunter
Horn:
Henryk Kalinski
Bassoon:
Thomas Sosnowskl
Bassoon:
Beethoven Adagio
Unknown:
Sandor Veress Sonatina
Bassoon:
Josef Bohuslav Foerster

Michael Berkeley 's guest is the architect and broadcaster Maxwell Hutchinson , former president of the Royal Society of British Architects. His choices today range from French Baroque viol music through sacred works by Faure, Eigar and Vaughan Williams to John Coltrane 's Giant Steps and Albert King 's Laundromat Blues. Executive producerWendy Thompson Rptd tomorrow 6.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Berkeley
Unknown:
Maxwell Hutchinson
Unknown:
Vaughan Williams
Unknown:
John Coltrane
Unknown:
Albert King
Producerwendy:
Thompson Rptd

by DONALD DAVIE
Professor Davie examines in turn the extreme positions of Dr. Johnson (that, roughly, poetry is what survives all translation) and of Robert Frost (that ' poetry is what gets left out in translation '). His thoughts are partly prompted by George Steiner 's anthology The Penguin Book of Modem Verse in Translation and by the recent festival ' Poetry International '67.*

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Frost
Unknown:
George Steiner

Schubert
Fantasy in F minor (d 940) EMIL AND ELENA GILELS (piano duet)
S.23* The Shepherd on the Rock (D 965) (mono) ELISABETH SCHUMANN (SOp) REGINALD KELL (clarinet) GEORGE REEVES (piano)
9.32* Rondo in A (D 951) EMIL AND ELENA GILELS (piano duet)
9.43* Impromptus (D 935): No 3. in B flat; No 4, in F minor: ALFRED BRENDEL (piano): records

Contributors

Piano:
Elena Gilels
Clarinet:
Reginald Kell
Clarinet:
Elena Gilels
Piano:
Alfred Brendel

Music from Bhutan
Sara Nuttall introduces music from the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan: excerpts from Buddhist religious festivals, musical gatherings and love songs, and the sound of the dramnyen - the Bhutanese lute - which the goddess Lama Yangchenma played as she rose from the River Ganges, sitting on a lotus flower. Repeat

Contributors

Introduces:
Sara Nuttall
Unknown:
Lama Yangchenma