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Network Three

RECORD REVIEW

Malcolm Macdonald in ' Building a Library ' considers current recordings of some well-known overtures
John Warrack and Lilian Duff review some recent instrumental and foreign cabaret records
Introduced by John Lade
Network Three

RECORD REVIEW

John Amis makes some suggestions for ' Building a Library ' of modern music and Stephen Dodgson and Lilian Duff review recent orchestral and continental cabaret records
Introduced by John Lade
Network Three

THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS

A morality in eight scene* by Bertolt Brecht
Music by Kurt Weill sung In German
WEST GERMAN
RADIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PETER RONNEFELD
Recording made available by courtesy of the West German Radio
Network Three

A Waltz Dream

Operetta in three acts
From the German of Felix Dormann and Leopold Jacobson
Lyrics by Adrian Ross
Music by Oscar Strauss
Rita Williams Singers
BBC Concert Orchestra, Leader, Arthur Leavins
Conducted by Vilem Tausky
Introduced by Preston Lockwood
Produced by Elizabeth Johnson and Michael Moores
Monday's broadcast (Home, not Midland, Scottish, or Welsh)
Stereophonic broadcast: see p.12
Network Three

* PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 2: Stockhausen
Gruppen
Conducted by Pierre Boulez
Michel Tebachnik , Edward Downes






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