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RADIO STATIONS KPFA (FM) 94.1 MC AND KPFB (FM) 89.3 MC 
MARCH 1 THROUGH MARCH 14, 1959 • VOLUME 9, NUMBER 25 




PROGRAM NOTES: An important group of programs will be presented in rather close 
order during the first few days of this Folio; they all deal with various aspects of 
education, with children and their training. Beginning the series, on Monday, March 
2nd at 8:45 p.m. will be an address by Adlai Stevenson, given recently in San Fran- 
cisco before the National School Boards' Convention which was held in January. Fol- 
lowing this talk, at 9:30 p.m., we will present a discussion of problems of maladjusted 
learners by J. E. Wasson. On March 4th, at 10:10 p.m., we will air a panel discussion 



on the important local experiment, the East Bay Activities Center, which deals with 
problems of disturbed children. On March 5th at 8:55 p.m. we will present material 
on another, equally important, problem . . . that of the gifted pupil, in a talk by 
Marian Scheifele Conde. Concluding this series will be the address by the Honorable 
James Bryant Conant, his Report on American High Schools, which was another of 
the addresses given before the School Boards' Convention. 

We announce with great pleasure the beginning of a series of concerts recorded 
at the Festival Casals, held last summer in San Juan, Puerto Rico. These concerts 
were made available to us exclusively in this area by WIPR, the educational television 
station in San Juan. The Festival last year was devoted to the music of Mozart, Beet- 
hoven, and Brahms. Pablo Casals, showing none of the effects of the illness that had 
kept him from the preceding year's Festival, officiated over a series of strenuous and 
rewarding programs. The personnel of the orchestra, gathered together from all over 
the world, reads like a musical "Who's Who"; Alexander Schneider was the concert- 
master; his brother Mischa was first cello; Julius Baker played first flute. Other par- 
ticipants included the Budapest Quartet, Victoria de los Angeles, Isaac Stern, Rudolf 
Serkin, Jesus Maria Sanroma, Eugene Istomin, Mieczyslaw Horszowski (our favorite 
name for announcers' auditions, and, of course, Pablo Casals. The twelve concerts 
will be heard on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons. 

Adlai Stevenson, James Bryant Conant, Henry Cabot Lodge, Roger Sessions, the 
Casals Festival, the BBC Reith Lectures, Norman Cousins, Paul Tillich, James Warburg, 
George Kirstein . . . this is only typical of the material that arrives at KPFA regularly 
these days; several programs of equal merit had to be held over for lack of space. 
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SUNDAY, March 1 

9:00 BAROQUE MUSIC (Feb. 17) 

TELEMANN Tafelmusik, Suite No. 3 (23) 

BACH Prelude and Fugue, Eb major; Fantasie, 

G major; Canzona, D minor (31 ) 
COUPERIN L'Apotheose de Lulli (30) 

10:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (Feb. 26) 

11:10 GREAT STORIES OF THE WORLD: "The Death 
of a Gaucho," by the Argentine writer Leopoldo 
Lugones, is read by Michael Tigar. 

11:40 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler. 
(Feb. 25) 

12:00 JAZZ REVIEW: Philip F. Elwood. 
1:30 THERESA LOEB CONE INTERVIEWS: another in 
the series in which the drama and movie editor 
of the Oakland Tribune talks with local and 
national theatrical personalities. (MARCH 3) 
2:00 THE AMBIGUITIES OF LIFE AND THE QUEST 
FOR THE UNAMBIGUOUS: third of four lectures 
delivered at Yale University by Dr. Paul Till ich, 
noted philosopher, auther and member of the 
Harvard Divinity School faculty. Recorded by 
WGBH, Boston. 

2:50 CHORAL CONCERT 

HANDEL Dettingen Te Deum 

(Netherlands Bach Society— van der Horst) 

(Epic 3540) (52) 
MOZART Mass, C minor, K. 427 

(Vienna Choir, Orch-Moralt) (Epic 6009) (76) 

5:00 THEODORE BIKEL AT HOME: another informal 
session with the noted actor and folksinger, and 
his guests. 



6:15 COMMENTARY: Dr. Mulford Sibley. (MARCH 2) 

6:30 IN THE LAST ANALYSIS: Dr. Paul A. Baran and 
Robert Schutz. (Feb. 27) 

7:00 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: conducted 
by Frank de Bellis. (MARCH 4) 
VIVALDI Violin Concerto, G minor, P. 407 

(Ales, Ens-de Froment) (OL) (8) 
G. GABRIELI Fantasia del Sesto Tono 

(Giuseppe de Dona, organ) (Vox) (3) 
TESSARINI Flute Sonata, D major, Op. 14 No. 4 

(Pampal, Gerlin) (OL) (7) 
PAISIELLO Nina, o La Pazza d'Amore, Overture 

(Royal Phil-Beecham) (RCA) (6) 
CAMBINI Andromaque 

(Tyler, Ens-Jenkins) (Haydn) (11) 
BOCCHERINI Quintet, D major, Op. 40 No. 2 

(Quintetto Boccherini) (Angel) (18) 
DeNARDIS Scene Abbruzzese No. 2 

(Scarlatti Orch-Argento) (Colo) (22) 

8:30 WAY BEYOND THE WEST: another in the series 
of talks on oriental philosophy and its con- 
temporary impact, by Alan Watts. (MARCH 7) 

9:00 THE 1958 REITH LECTURES: each year the BBC 
endows a series of lectures by an important 
world figure; previous participants have in- 
cluded Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer and George 
Kennan. The latest series, given last December, 
is by A.C.B. Lovell, Fellow of the Royal Society, 
Professor of Radio Astronomy at the University 



of Manchetser, and director of Jodrell Bank 
Experimental Station. The series is entitled "The 
Individual and the Universe," and this first 
' talk is "Astronomy Breaks Free." (MARCH 6) 

9:30 THE FIRST STAGE: part six of the BBC series 
offering a chronicle of the development of early 
English drama. VI: "Morality Plays," introduced 
by John Barton. 

11:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

DVORAK Symphony No. 4, G major, Op. 88 
(Cleveland-Szell) (Epic 3532) (35) 

SCHOENBERG Five Pieces for Orchestra, Op. 16 
(Chicago-Kubelik) (Merc 50024) (19) 



MONDAY, March 2 

7:00 MUSIC BY HAYDN 

Symphony No. 46, B major 

(Hamburg-Winograd) (MGM 3436) (22) 
Harpsichord Concerto, G major 

(Veyron-Lacroix, Orch-Horvath) (West 18042) 

(15) 
Symphony No. 33, C major 

(Hamburg-Winograd) (MGM 3436) (23) 
Harpsichord Concerto, F major 

(Veyron-Lacroix, Orch-Horvath) (West 18042) 

(11) 
Symphony No. 97, C major 

(Cleveland-Szell) (Epic 3455) (25) 
"Lord Nelson" Mass 

(Vienna Choir, Orch-Rossi) (Vanguard 470) 

(40) 

9:30 COMMENTARY: Dr. Mulford Sibley. 'March 1) 
9:45 THE BOOK SAMPLER (Feb. 28) 

10:15 CHAMBER MUSIC 

BEETHOVEN Quartet, A major, Op. 18 No. 5 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 4578) (23) 
BEETHOVEN Quartet, E minor, Op. 59 No. 2 

(Budapest Quartet) (Col 4580) (35) 
SCHUBERT Quartet, E major, Op. 125 No. 2 

(Konzerthaus Quartet) (West 18476) (20) 
BRAHMS Piano Quartet, A major. Op. 26 

(Aller, Hollywood Ens.) (Cap 8346) (40) 

12:20 THE KPFA WRITERS' WORKSHOP: third in the 
series, conducted by Mark Schorer. (Feb. 21) 

1:20 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 3, A minor 

(Pittsburgh-Steinberg) (Cap 8192) (34) 
SCHOENBERG Piano Concerto 

(Brendel, Orch-Gielen) (Vox 10530) (20) 
BARTOK Violin Concerto 

(Varga, Orch-Fricsay) (Decca 9545) (40) 
MAHLER Symphony No. 5, C# minor 

(Vienna-Scherchen) (West 2220) (75) 

4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

A "tell-me-again" tale, read by Stella Toogood. 
Stories and poems, read by Kathy McCreary. 
Forest Lore, with Jack Parker, naturalist for 
the east Bay Regional Parks. 

5:15 ETHNIC MUSIC: conducted by Al and Judy 

Hudson. (Feb. 26) 
5:45 CANADIAN PRESS REVIEW (BFA recording) 



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00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

MOZART Divertimento. Eb major, K. 563 

(Pasquier Trio) (Vox 6030) (40) 
BEETHOVEN "Eroica" Variations, Op. 35; 32 
Variations, C minor (Denis Matthews) (Van 
1032) (35) 
C. H. WILTON Trio No. 6, F major 

(Pougnet, Riddle, Pini) (West 18586) (10) 
30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William 

Mandel. (MARCH 3) 
00 NEWS 

15 COMMENTARY: Trevor Thomas. (MARCH 3) 
30 MISCELLANY 

45 IMPROVING EDUCATION - A FREE PEOPLE'S 
RESPONSIBILITY: Adlai Stevenson addresses the 
1959 National School Boards Convention in 
San Francisco on January 26. 
30 MALADJUSTED LEARNERS: J. E. Wasson, Prin- 
cipal at Hoover Junior High School in Oakland, 
discusses the recent report by the Oakland 
Principals' Club on the possibility of setting up 
special schools for children in this category. 
50 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 

GINASTERA Lamentations of Jeremiah 
(San Jose Choir) (MusicLib 7065) (11) 
KRENEK Lamentations of Jeremiah 

(Dresden School Choir-Flamig) (Epic 3509) 
(20) 
BERNSTEIN Jeremiah Symphony 

(Merriman, St. Louis— Bernstein) (Camden 
196) (24) 
50 NO MORE FRIDAYS: a story by George Blue- 
stone, who has had stories published in "At- 
lantic Monthly," "New World Writing," 
"Epoch," "Virginia Quarterly Review," etc., and 
reviews and poetry in "Sewanee Review," 
"Western Review," and elsewhere. He is also 
the author of "Novels into Film" (Johns Hop- 
kins Press, 1959). Mr. Bluestone recorded this 
story for KPFA. 
20 CHAMBER JAZZ: Wilburn Harden (fluegel horn), 
John Coltrane (tenor sax). Tommy Flanagan 
(piano), Doug Watkins (bass), and Louis Hayes 
(drums). (Savoy 12127) 



TUESDAY, March 3 

7:00 FRENCH MUSIC (Feb. 18) 

MILHAUD Le Boeuf sur le Toit (14) 
POULENC Piano Concerto (22) 
DEBUSSY Images for Orchestra (35) 
MILHAUD Les Choephores (40) 
9:10 COMMENTARY: Trevor Thomas. (March 2) 
9:25 THERESA LOEB CONE INTERVIEWS (March 1) 
10:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

HAYDN Quartet, A major, Op. 20 No. 6 

(Schneider Qt.) (Haydn HSQ-18) (20) 
BEETHOVEN Violin Sonata, D major. Op. 12 

No. 1 

(Grumiaux, Haskil) (Epic 3400) (17) 
SCHUBERT "Arpeggione" Sonata, A minor 

(Feuermann, Moore) (Col 4677) (22) 
BRAHMS Clarinet Sonata, Eb major. Op. 120 

No. 2 

(Kell, Horszowski) (Merc 10016) (24) 
DVORAK Quartet, Ab major, Op. 105 

(Barylli Quartet) (West 18519) (32) 
12:00 A PANORAMA OF POLISH MUSIC: two, "the 
beginnings of Polish Opera" (Feb. 25) 
1:00 THE MEMOIRS OF FIELD MARSHAL MONT- 
GOMERY: a BBC program in which Lord Mont- 
gomery, Brigadier E. T. Williams, and Charles 
Collingwood, former American war correspond- 
ent, discuss the book. 
1:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 
BACH Suite No. 4, D major 

(Concertgebouw-van Beinum) (Epic 3332) (24) 
MOZART Violin Concerto No. 5, A major, K. 219 

(Grumiaux, Orch — Paumgartner) (Epic 3157) 

(27) 
CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 1 , E minor 

(Anda, Orch-Galliera) (Angel 35631) (38) 
JANACEK Sinfonietta 

(Vienna Orch-Horenstein) (Vox 9710) (28) 



3:40 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William 

Mondel. (March 2) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

A story told from memory: Josephine Gardner. 
African Folk Tales (Paul Radin) read by Jack 
Taylor. 
5:00 LEAP UP, YOU STONES!: poetry by John Haag, 
read by the author. Mr. Haag is 32, began writ- 
ing at 30, and is winner of the Northwest 
Academy of American Poets Award, 1958. His 
work has appeared, or will appear in the "New 
Yorker," "The Saturday Review," "Northwest 
Review," and other literary journals. 
5:30 A BOOK REVIEW: E. G. Burrows is joined by 
Donald Hall, widely published poet and author 
of "The Dark Houses" (Viking), in a review of 
three recent books of poetry: "Seeing is Believ- 
ing" by Charles Tomlinson; "Patterson Number 
Five" by William Carlos Williams,- and "95 
poems" by e.e. cummings. From the Univ. of 
Michigan Radio Service. (WUOM) 
5:45 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW (BFA recording) 
6:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

BACH Harpsichord Concerto No. 5, F minor 
(Videro, Orch-Friisholm) (Haydn 92) (14) 
BACH Two-Harpsichord Concerto, C major 

(Videro, Sorensen, Orch— Friisholm) (Haydn 93) 
(21) 
MOZART Sinfonia Concertante, Eb major, K. 364 
(Stern, Primrose, Orch-Casals) (Col 4564) (32) 
HAYDN Symphony No. 95, C minor 

(RIAS Orch-Fricsay) (Decca 9745) (20) 
7:30 GOLDEN VOICES: conducted by Anthony 
Boucher. (MARCH 5) 

Conchita Supervia (Concepcion Supervia Pascual) 
(71895-1936) third of three programs (record- 
ings of 1927-1933) 
TURINA Triptico: Farruca 
GRANADOS Danza no. 5 (Playera) (arr. Munoz 

Lorente) 
CHAPI La chavala: Cancion gitana 
CHAPI Las hijas del Zedebeo: Carceleras 
VALVERDE Clavelitos 
HERNANDEZ Lamento borincano 
VALVERDE Tengo dos lunares 
BARTA Los ojos negros, negritos 
00 NEWS 

15 COMMENTARY: Herbert Aptheker. (MARCH 4) 
30 PLAYS AND PLAYERS: David Watmough dis- 
cusses plays and the theater in the San Fran- 
cisco Bay Area. 

8:45 SHAKESPEARE AT WORK: G. B. Harrison, lead- 
ing Shakespearean scholar and author of works 
on Shakespeare and his time, is heard in the 
third program in this series, presenting discus- 
cussion and examples of the technique of this 
playwright. (WUOM recording). 

9:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. The young 
Earl Hines: piano solos and band sides from 
the 1920's. (MARCH 4) 

9:45 MISCELLANY 

* 10:00 STEREOPHONIC CONCERT (KPFA and KPFB- 
KQED). Chamber music by Mozart. 
Oboe Quartet, F major, K. 370 

(Still, Fine Arts Qt.) (Con-Disc 204) (16) 
Clarinet Quintet, A major, K. 581 

(Kell, Fine Arts Qt.) (Con-Disc 203) (28) 

10:45 SHOLOM ALEICHEM, A CENTENNIAL: the great 
Jewish writer was born 100 years ago today. 
In commemoration, Albee Slade reads S. G. 
Bloomfield's essay "Sholom Aleichem," followed 
by readings in English of two Aleichem stories: 
"The Yom Kippur Scandal" and "Dreyfus in Kas- 
rilevka," read by Jack Hyams. 



WEDNESDAY, March 4 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

MOZART Symphony No. 35, D major, K. 385 

(Pittsburgh-Steinberg) (Cap 8242) (20) 
HANDEL Organ Concerti, Op. 4 Nos. 5, 6 

(Biggs, Orch-Boult) (Col K2L-258) (17) 
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5, Eb major 

(Backhaus, Orch-Krauss) (Lon 879) (40) 
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6, B minor 

(Pittsburgh-Steinberg) (Cap 8272) (46) 



9:10 COMMENTARY: Herbert Aptheker. (March 3) 
9:25 BRITISH CARIBBEAN WRITERS: a round-table 

discussion recorded by the BBC. (Feb. 28) 
10:10 GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S "GONDOLIERS" 

(Feb. 28) 
12:00 WIND, SAND, AND STARS: another program 
rescheduled from the Day the Transmitter Didn't 
(Jan. 5). Angela Sullivan, instructor at Oakland 
City College, reads from the St. Exupery book, 
and provides an introduction. 
12:50 CHAMBER MUSIC 

BEETHOVEN Trio, D major, Op. 70 No. 1 
(Fcurnier, Janigro, Badura-Skoda) (West 
18232) (24) 
SCHUBERT Violin Sonata, A major, Op. 162 

(Kreisler, Rachmaninov) (RCA LVT-1009) (24) 
HINDEMITH Cello Sonata, Op. 11 No. 3 
(Starker, Pommers) (Period 741) (21) 
BRAHMS Trio, B major, Op. 8 

(Fournier, Janigro, Badura-Skoda) (West 
18450) (35) 
2:45 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 

Bellis. (March 1) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

"Henry and Ribsy" (Beverly Cleary), read by 

Ben Bortin. 
"Tall Tale America" (Walter Blair): "Captain 
Stormalong, Fighter and Whaler," read by 
Bill Crosby. 
"Signposts for Young Scientists" (Janet Nickels- 
burg), read by Eleanor McKinney. 
5:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. (March 3) 
5:45 BRITISH WEEKLIES 

6:00 FESTIVAL CASALS, 1958: the opening concert 
of this festival, recorded at the Theater of the 
University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, by Station 
WIPR. 
BEETHOVEN Cello Sonata, F major, Op. 5 No. 1 

(Pablo Casals, Mieczyslaw Horszowski) 
MOZART Symphony No. 33, Bb major, K. 319 

(Festival Orch— Casals) 
BRAHMS Trio, Eb major, Op. 40 

(Alexander Schneider, John Barrows, 
Mieczyslaw Horszowski) 
7:40 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler, 
President of Pacifica Foundation. (MARCH 8) 
8:00 NEWS 

8:15 COMMENTARY: Victor C. Ferkiss. (MARCH 5) 
8:30 STUDIO CONCERT: Margaret Tilly, pianist, in 
the first of three recitals to be heard during 
March. 

MOZART Sonata, G major, K. 283 
BLOCH Piano Sonata (1935) 
SCHUBERT Sonata, Bb major, Op. Posth. 
9:40 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDEVILLE: third in a series 
in which Byron Bryant explores, with original 
recordings, the origins and various aspects of 
this art form. (MARCH 9) 
10:10 THE EAST BAY ACTIVITIES CENTER: a panel 
discussion on this unique Bay Area experiment 
in dealing with disturbed children. Elsa Knight 
Thompson moderates, and the participants are 
Mrs. Kenneth Hayes, President of the Board of 
Directors of the Center; Mrs. Frederic Carpenter, 
Director of the Center,- Dr. Elinor B. Harvey, 
consulting psychiatrist; Mrs. Norah Barr, psy- 
chiatric social worker; and Mrs. David Lemon, 
teacher. 
11:10 A PANORAMA OF POLISH MUSIC: third in the 
series recorded by Radio Warsaw and distributed 
by Broadcasting Foundation of America. Polish 
instrumental music of the 18th Century. 
(MARCH 10) 



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9:30 TURNING POINTS: Dr. A. B. Friedman interviews 

Chester Conklin. (Feb. 21) 
10:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 18) 
TORELLI Concerto, G minor (10) 
BRAHMS Serenade No. 1, D major (40) 
MOZART Piano Concerto, Bb major, K. 450 (26) 
DVORAK Symphony No. 2, D minor (40) 
12:00 MISCELLANY 

12:15 U. C. NOON CONCERT: Welton Lee, violinist, 
and Ellen Eisenberg, pianist, in sonatas by 
Mozart and Franck, broadcast live from the 
U. C. Campus. 
1:00 THE COLLEGE STUDENT AS "ORGANIZATIONAL 
MAN": fifth in a series of lectures by David 
Riesman, given at the University of Chicago and 
rebroadcast by request. (Dec. 9) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL-CHORAL CONCERT 

TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade for Strings, Op. 48 
(Lamoureux-van Kempen) (Epic 3213) (27) 
STRAVINSKY Mass (1948) 

(Netherlands Choir-de Nobel) (Epic 3231) (21) 
SCHUBERT Mass, Ab major 

(Vienna Ensemble— Grossmann) (Vox 9760) 
(45) 
SAINT-SAENS Symphony No. 3, C minor 
(Asma, Hague-Otterloo) (Epic 3077) (33) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

"The Wind in the Willows" (Grahame); a re- 
quested rebroadcast of the BBC dramatiza- 
tion; part one (of eight). 
"It's Perfectly True" (Hans Christian Andersen), 
read by Jack Taylor. 
5:15 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (March 3) 
5:45 FRENCH PRESS REVIEW 
6:00 GLENN GOULD, COMPOSER AND PIANIST 
(CBC Transcriptions) 
BACH Partita No. 5, G major 

(Glenn Gould) (13) 
GOULD String Quartet No. 1 

(Montreal Quartet) (35) 
BRAHMS Piano Quintet, F minor, Op. 34 
(Gould, Montreal Quartet) (36) 
7:30 REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich reports on recent 

concerts and recordings. (MARCH 7) 
7:45 THE NEW IMPACT OF SCIENCE: another in the 
monthly series of talks by Prof. Albert English, 
Department of Electrical Engineering, U.C. 
(MARCH 12) 
8:00 NEWS 

8:15 COMMENTARY: Sidney Roger. (MARCH 6) 
8:30 THE BERLIN CRISIS: James P. Warburg, author 
and political commentator, offers his solution 
of the continuing crisis. 
8:55 STUDY PROJECT FOR GIFTED PUPILS: the State 
Study on Programs for Gifted Pupils, conducted 
by the State Department of Education and an 
appointed advisory board, is discussed by Mar- 
ian Scheifele Conde, a member of the advisory 
board and author of "The Gifted Child in the 
Regular Classroom." 
9:20 MISCELLANY 
9:30 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

(MARCH 6) 
10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth, reporting from Aix- 

en-Provence. (MARCH 8) 
10:40 ETHNIC MUSIC: conducted by Al and Judy 
Hudson; part two of a survey of music of Cali- 
fornia Indians. (MARCH 9) 
11:10 U. C. NOON CONCERT: a recorded rebroadcast 
of the program heard earlier today. 



THURSDAY, March 5 



7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

MENDELSSOHN Quartet, Eb major, Op. 12 

(Curtis Quartet) (West 18503) (23) 
MOZART Quintet, Bb major, K. 174 

(Barchet Ens.) (Vox VBX-3) (28) 
BRAHMS Sextet, G major. Op. 36 

(Konzerthaus Ensemble) (West 18445) (40) 
BEETHOVEN Septet, Eb major. Op. 20 

(Vienna Octet Members) (London 1191) (36) 
9:15 COMMENTARY: Victor C. Ferkiss. (March 4) 



FRIDAY, March 6 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 19) 

HAYDN Symphony No. 98, Bb major,- Double 
Concerto, F major (52) 

BEETHOVEN Triple Concerto, C major (30) 

SCHUMANN Symphony No. 3, Eb major (38) 
9:15 COMMENTARY: Sidney Roger. (March 5) 
9:30 THE REITH LECTURES: one: "Astronomy breaks 

Free." (March 1) 



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10:00 CHAMBER-CHORAL CONCERT 
SATIE Piano Works 

(Francis Poulenc) (Col 4399) (25) 
FAURE Songs 

(Gerard Souzay) (London 245) (24) 
MUSSORGSKY Songs and Dances of Death 

(Jennie Tourel) (Col 4289) (21) 
GLAZUNOV Five Novelettes 

(Hollywood Quartet) (Cap 8331) (29) 
WOLF Italian Songbook, Selections 

(Irmgard Seefried) (Decca 9743) (40) 
STRAUSS Serenade for Winds, Bb major 

(Vienna Philharmonic Ens.) (West 18173) (11) 
12:40 AGEE ON FILM: a discussion with Pauline Kael, 
James Karens, and Christopher Bishop. (Feb. 28) 
1:50 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

ARRIAGA Symphony, D minor 

(Madrid Symphony— Arambarri) (Decca 9756) 
(32) 
STRAUSS Oboe Concerto 

(Goossens, Orch-Galliera) (Col 4775) (20) 
SPOHR Clarinet Concerto, F minor 

(Schmid, Orch-Jochum) (Urania 7021) (25) 
SIBELIUS Violin Concerto, D minor 

(Oistrakh, Orch-Kondrashin) (Bruno 14021) 
(27) 
STRAVINSKY Le Sacre du Printemps 

(Pittsburgh-Steinberg) (Cap 8254) (32) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

The Naturalist: "Bird Ringing," produced by the 

BBC for schools. 
Fun with Music: Laura Weber and her hootin' 

Nannies. 
Folk Music from Faraway Lands: Indonesia. Pro- 
duced by the BFA. 
5:15 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

(March 5) 
5:45 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS: James E. Ratcliff, 
San Francisco attorney, who will discuss from 
time to time Supreme Court decisions of gen- 
eral interest. 
6:00 FROM RUMANIA: the first of ten programs re- 
corded by the Rumanian Broadcasting System 
at the First International Georges Enesco Festi- 
val and Competition, held last September in 
Bucharest; obtained from Broadcasting Founda- 
tion of America. David Oistrakh is soloist, with 
the Symphony Orchestra of the Rumanian Radio, 
in a program of music by Enesco and Beethoven. 
7:30 MEN AND ISSUES: Robert Schutz, with guest 
to be announced. (MARCH 8) 
00 NEWS 

15 COMMENTARY: Robert Tideman. 
30 SCIENCE NEWS: Chuck Levy. (MARCH 7) 
45 MISCELLANY 

00 STUDIO CONCERT: a workshop concert of re- 
cent compositions by local composers, presented 
under the auspices of the Composer's Forum. 
00 REPORT ON AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS: Dr. 
James Bryant Conant, President Emeritus of 
Harvard University and former Ambassador to 
West Germany, gives a report summarizing a 
two-year study on this subject. This address was 
delivered before the National School Boards' 
Convention in San Francisco on January 28. 
00 INSIDE KPFA: informal insights provided by the 
KPFA staff. Tom Hardwick is in charge of this 
week's progrom. 



SATURDAY, March 7 

9:00 MUSIC FOR GUITAR (Feb. 20) 

BOCCHERINI Quintet, E minor (25) 
SOR Sonata; Mozart Variations (16) 
MILAN Musica de Vihuela de Mano (25) 
DIABELLI Trio, G major (17) 
10:30 SCIENCE NEWS: Chuck Levy. (March 6) 
10:45 REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich. (March 5) 
1 1 :00 WAY BEYOND THE WEST: Alan Watts. (Mar. 1 ) 
11:30 THE BOOK SAMPLER: a program of discussion 
of new and significant books, with passages 
read therefrom, conducted by David Watmough. 
(MARCH 9) 



12:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

BACH Violin Concerto, E major 

(Grumiaux, Guller Ens.) (Epic 3342) (23) 
GOUNOD Petite Symphonie, B minor 

(Wind Ens-Poulteau) (London 1407) (21) 
KALINNIKOV Symphony No. 1, G minor 
(USSR Orch-Rakhlin) (West 18658) (32) 

1:30 TURNING POINTS: Dr. A. B. Friedman of the 
Dept. of Theater Arts, UCLA, in another con- 
versation with stars of yesterday and ... in 
this case . . . today. In this program his guest 
is Cornelia Otis Skinner. 

2:10 A FESTIVAL FOR VANCOUVER: Peter Bennett, 
Executive Director for the Second International 
Vancouver Festival, which begins on July 11, 
discusses some of the plans and problems of 
such an undertaking with Alan Rich. 

2:30 FESTIVAL CASALS, 1958: second concert of this 
festival, recorded at San Juan by WIPR. A 
Beethoven program conducted by Pablo Casals, 
with Isaac Stern, violinist. 
Overture "Leonore" No. 3 
Violin Concerto, D major, Op. 61 
Symphony No. 3, Eb major, Op. 55 

4:15 THE FALLOUT SUITS: David C. Walden is re- 
sponsible for the coordination and financing 
of the various lawsuits on nuclear testing now 
in progress. He is interviewed by Elsa Knight 
Thompson. 

4:45 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CALENDAR OF 
EVENTS: compiled and reported by Charles 
Susskind. 

5:00 THE COMPOSER'S FORUM: a program presented 
under the auspices of this active and admirable 
local chapter of the I.S.C.M., in connection with 
their concert in San Francisco tomorrow night. 
Included will be an interview with William O. 
Smith and Ingolf Dahl, conducted by Lawrence 
Morton, and recordings of music by these two 
composers. 

6:30 NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY: Ralph Izard. 

7:00 THE ELEVENTH HOUR: reserved for last-minute 
program arrivals of topical importance. 

8:00 THE KPFA WRITERS' WORKSHOP: a program of 
discussion by new and established writers and 
literary figures. This program is conducted by 
Wiiliam Hogan, Book Editor of the San Francisco 
Chronicle. (MARCH 16) 

9:00 THE RECORDED REPERTORY: a guide for collec- 
tors. Alan Rich in another of his programs com- 
menting on various available performances of 
specific works. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. 
(MARCH 13) 

10:30 THE PARIS REVIEW INTERVIEWS: the Art of 
Fiction. An informal reading of another of the 
well-known interviews, by kind permission of 
the literary-art quarterly "The Paris Review." 
Shaun Gordon and Bill Butler read the interview 
of the controversial British writer, Henry Green. 

11:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL: folksongs and assort- 
ed diversions, with Gertrude Chiarito and 
guesties. 



SUNDAY, March 8 

9:00 CHAMBER MUSIC (Feb. 19) 

BACH Gamba Sonata No. 3, G minor (15) 
BEETHOVEN String Trio, D major, Op. 8 (30) 
ARRIAGA Quartet, A major (24) 
CLEMENTI Trio No. 6, D major (11) 

10:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (March 5) 

11:10 PACKING A PHOTOGRAPH FROM FIRENZE: 

William H. Matchett, one of the founders of the 
Poets' Theater, Cambridge, and former assistant 
to Archibald MacLeish at Harvard, author of 
"Water Ouzel and Other Poems" (Houghton 
Mifflin, 1955), reads from his work. He has 
appeared in "New World Writings," "The New 
Yorker," "Furioso" (winning the "Furioso" 
poetry award in 1952), and in many other 
journals. 

11:40 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler. 
(March 4) 



12:00 JAZZ REVIEW: Philip F. Elwood. 



1:30 THE BOOK MARK: another in the series of 
discussions by Betty Ford on the international 
literary scene. (MARCH 10) 
2:00 THE SELF-MANIFESTATION OF LIFE: last of 
four lectures delivered by Dr. Paul Tillich at 
Yale University, recorded by WGBH, Boston. 
3:00 TIEFIAND: the opera by Eugene d'Albert (1903), 
still a great favorite in Mittel Europa, is per- 
formed under the direction of Rudolf Moralt, 
with Paul Schoeffler and Gre Brouwenstein 
prominent in the cast. (Epic 6025) 
5:00 THEODORE BlkEL AT HOME 
6:00 NEWS 

6:15 COMMENTARY: William Buckley. (MARCH 9) 
6:30 MEN AND ISSUES: Robert Schutz. (March 6) 
7:00 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 
Bellis. (MARCH 11) 
VIVALDI Double Concerto, Bb major, P. 388 

(Ales, Albin, Ens-de Froment) (OL) (10) 
A. GABRIELLI Toccata 

(Giuseppe de Dona, organ) (Vox) (3) 
TORELLI Trumpet Concerto, D major 
(Leclair Ens-Paillard) (Haydn) (7) 
MONTEVERDI II Combattimento di Tancredi e 
Clorinda 

(Amadini, Giancolo, Ferrein, Ens— Ephrikian) 
(Period) (22) 
MALIPIERO Sonata a 5, for Harp and Strings 

(Newell, Stuyvesant Qt.) (Phil) (15) 
PARELLI La Fontana delle Ninfe, from "Marcel- 
lina's Day" 

(RAI Orch-Tansini) (Cetra) (4) 
8:30 WAY BEYOND THE WEST: Alan Watts. 

(MARCH 14) 
9:00 THE 1958 REITH LECTURES: second in this BBC 
series by Professor A. C. B. Lovell, F.R.S., O.B.E. 
"The Origin of the Solar System." (MARCH 13) 
9:30 KING LEAR: a performance by the Theater of 
the Oregon Shakespearean Festival at Ashland, 
made at an actual performance at the outdoor 
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6:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

BONPORTI Concerto, D major, Op. 1 1 No. 8 

(I Musici) (Epic 3542) (10) 
TELEMANN Concerto for Three Oboes and Three 
Violins, Bb major (Ens-Seiler) (Archiv 3109) 
(15) 
LEOPOLD MOZART Cassation, G major 

(Berlin Orch-Gorvin) (Archiv 3093) (21) 
W. A. MOZART Piano Concerto No. 20, D minor 
(Fischer, Philharmonia Orch) (Angel 35593) 
(30) 
SCHUBERT "Italian" Overture, D major 
(Hamburg-Winograd) (MGM 3362) (10) 
7:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William 

Mandel. (MARCH 10) 
8:00 NEWS 

8:15 COMMENTARY: Donald Henry. (MARCH 10) 
8:30 MISCELLANY 

8:45 STUDIO CONCERT: the noted Canadian pianist 
Reginald Godden in the second in an occasional 
series of lecture-recitals; this one is on "pro- 
gram music" for piano, and includes works 
of Beethoven, Debussy, Ibert, Grieg, and 
Godden. 
9:45 NEW WRITERS: J. A. Rose. Mr. Rose currently 
teaches English at the University of Washington, 
and was a student ot Johns Hopkins and the 
Sorbonne. He has been published in "Audience" 
and has a story coming out in "Western Review." 
He reads his story "The Leeches." 
10:30 A SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: fifteenth 
in a series conducted by Dr. Byron Bryant, Assist- 
ant Professor of English at St. Mary's College. 
XV: Herman Melville. (MARCH 13) 



11:15 DIZZY GILLESPIE, WORLD STATESMAN: a con- 
cert by the Gillespie Big Band. (Verve 8174) 



TUESDAY, March 10 



MONDAY, March 9 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 20) 

HAYDN Symphony No. 83, G minor (23) 
NIELSEN Flute Concerto (22) 
BRAHMS Violin Concerto, D major (38) 
STRAUSS Also sprach Zarathustra (32) 
9:00 COMMENTARY: William Buckley. (March 8) 
9:15 THE BOOK SAMPLER: David Watmough. 

(March 7) 
9:45 CHAMBER MUSIC 

HAYDN Divertimento, Bb major 

(Paris Wind Ensemble) (Epic 3461) (11) 
MOZART Cassation, Eb major 

(Paris Wind Ensemble) (Epic 3461) (28) 
MARCELLO Sonatas for Gamba, Nos. 1-3 

(Scholz, Sartori) (Epic 3260) (28) 
BACH-VUATAZ The Musical Offering 
(Nonet-Scherchen) (West 18375) (50) 
12:00 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDEVILLE: conducted by 

Byron Bryant. (March 4) 
12:30 MUST WE HAVE THE DEATH PENALTY?: a panel 
discussion held under the auspices of the Friends' 
Committee on Legislation. Panelists: Mary Ellen 
Leary, Associate Editor, San Francisco News,- 
Dr. Austin MacCormick, Professor of Criminology, 
U.C.; queriers: Byron Bryant, Matgaret Miller, 
and William O. Weissich. Rabbi Sidney Akselrad 
was the chairman. 
1:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 20) 

MOZART Serenade, D major, K. 203 (43) 
SCHUBERT Rosamunde, Incidental Music (50) 
MENDELSSOHN Symphony No. 5, D minor (32) 
3:45 MEET THE WRITER: Donald Keene. A discussion 
by this author of the influence of Western 
writers on Japanese literature. (Feb. 15) 

4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

A "tell-me-again" tale: Stella Toogood. 
Stories and poems, read by Kathy McCreary. 
Forest Lore, with Jack Parker. 

5:15 ETHNIC MUSIC: Al and Judy Hudson. (March 5) 

5:45 CANADIAN PRESS REVIEW (BFA) 



7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC A TROIS 

BEETHOVEN Trio, Bb major. Op. 97 

(Fournier, Janigro, Badura-Skoda) (West 
18270) (45) 
HAYDN Trios, F# minor and C major 

(Goldberg, Pini, Kraus) (Decca DX-104) (35) 
SCHUBERT Trio, Eb major. Op. 100 
(Busch-Serkin Trio) (Col 4654) (42) 
9:10 COMMENTARY: Donald Henry. (March 9) 
9:30 THE BOOK MARK: Betty Ford. (March 8) 
10:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 16) 

HAYDN Symphony No. 100, G major (26) 
MENDELSSOHN Piano Concerto No. 2, D minor 

(21) 
RAVEL Piano Concerto, G major (23) 
DVORAK Symphony No. 5, E minor (43) 
12:00 A EUROPEAN SCHOOLING: recollections of a 
French education by Gerard Mansell, narrated 
for the BBC by Anthony Jacobs. 
12:30 CHORAL CONCERT 

BACH Cantata No. 198 "Trauer Ode" 

(Vienna Ensemble-Scherchen) (West 18395) 
(40) 
MAHLER Symphony No. 8, Eb major 

(Rotterdam Choirs, Orch-Flipse) (Epic 6004) 
(85) 
2i45 A PANORAMA OF POLISH MUSIC: part three. 

(March 4) 
3:45 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William 

Mandel. (March 9) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

A story told from memory by Josephine Gardner. 
African Folk Tales (Paul Radin), read by Jack 
Taylor. 
5:00 HOW THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE SERVES: 
Dr. G. L. Dunnahoo, Western Director of the 
U. S. Public Health Service District, discusses 
the work done by this government agency. 
5:30 IRVING HOWE, CRITIC AND POLITICAL HIS- 
TORIAN: Mr. Howe joins E. G. Burrows in a 
discussion of his books "The American Commun- 
ist Party: A Critical History" ond the anthology 
"Modern literory Criticisms," of which he is 
editor. From the University of Michigan Radio 
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5:45 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW (BFA) 
6:00 TREASURE OF THE 78: another in the series 
devoted to historic performances unavailable 
on 78. Pianists: Edwin Fischer plays Bach and 
Wilhelm Backhaus plays Brahms. (RCA, HMV) 
7:30 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (MARCH 12) 
Emilio de Gogorza, baritone (1874-1949) a pro- 
gram of duets (recordings of 1906-1928) 
FLOTOW Marta: Solo, profugo (Ellison Van 

Hoose) 
MOZART Don Giovanni: La ci darem; Die Zau- 

berfloete: La dove prende (Emma Eames) 
THOMAS Hamlet: Doute de la lumiere (Marcella 

Sembrich) 
SAINT-SAENS Samson et Dalila: Vengeance at 

last! (Louise Homer) 
ANTON Y MICHELENA A la luz de la luna 

(Enrico Caruso) 
FOLK Los rumberos (Tito Schipa) 
8:00 NEWS 

8:15 COMMENTARY: To be announced. (MARCH 11) 
8:30 THE ABC OF ATOMIC ENERGY: last of seven 

BBC talks by Sir Christopher Hinton. 
8:45 SHAKESPEARE AT WORK: fourth in the series 
of discussions by Professor G. B. Harrison, with 
dramatic examples. (WUOM) 
9:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. "The Hotsy 
Totsy Gang," a studio group from 30 years ago 
which often included Goodman, Teagarden, and 
other young jazz greats. (MARCH 11) 
9:45 MISCELLANY 
*10:00 STEREOPHONIC CONCERT (KPFA and KPFB- 
KQED) 
COPLAND Appalachian Spring 

(London Sym-Susskind) (Everest 3002) (23) 
PROKOFIEV Lieutenant Kije, Suite 
(Chicago-Reiner) (RCA 2150) (21) 
10:45 EQUIPMENT REPORT: Bob MacCollister. 
11:15 MOZART CONCERT ARIAS: a group sung by 
Magda Laszlo. (West 18545) 

WEDNESDAY, March 11 

7:00 PIANO CONCERT (Feb. 16) 

BACH Partita No. 4, D major (27) 
BEETHOVEN Sonata, A maior. Op. 2 No. 2 (25) 
CHOPIN Etudes, Op. 10 (33) 
SCHUBERT Sonata, G major. Op. 78 (35) 
9:15 COMMENTARY. (March 10) 
9:30 THE PARIS REVIEW INTERVIEWS: Nelson Algren, 

read by Dale Minor and Bill Butler. (Feb. 21) 
10:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

MENDELSSOHN Sinfonia No. 9, for Strings 

(Ensemble-Winograd) (MGM 3668) (28) 

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS "London" Symphony 

(London Phil-Boult) (Lon 569) (40) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 6, F major 
(Pittsburgh-Steinberg) (Cap 8159) (45) 
12:00 D'ALBERT'S "TIEFLAND" (March 8) 
2:00 FAVOURITE CHARACTERS: Bessie. Charlotte 

Bronte's character from "Jane Eyre" is discussed 
by the English writer Pamela Hansford John- 
son. (BBC) 
2:30 MISCELLANY 
2:43 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 

Bellis. (March 8) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

"Henry and Ribsy" (Beverly Cleary), read by 

Ben Bortin. 
"Tall Tale America" (Walter Blair): "Jonathan 
Slick, Yankee Peddler," read by Bill Crosby. 
"Signposts for Young Scientists" (Janet Nickels- 
burg), read by Eleanor McKinney. 
5:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. (March 10) 
5:45 BRITISH WEEKLIES 

6:00 FESTIVAL CASALS, 1958: third in a series re- 
corded by WIPR, San Juan, Puerto Rico, at the 
Festival last summer. 
BRAHMS Quartet, Bb major, Op. 67 

(Budapest Quartet) 
BEETHOVEN Sonata, F major, Op. 17 (originally 
for horn, arranged for cello) 
(Pablo Casals, Mieczyslaw Horszowski) 



MOZART Divertimento, D major, K. 251 
(Festival Orchestra— Casals) 

40 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler. 
(MARCH 15) 

00 NEWS 

15 COMMENTARY: Herbert Hanley. (MARCH 12) 

30 MISCELLANY 

40 NORMAN COUSINS VISITS BERKELEY: the editor 
of the Saturday Review, who came to this area 
to deliver the Earl Lectures at the Pacific School 
of Religion, is interviewed by Marshall Wind- 
miller and Robert Schutz. 

30 MUSIC BY ISRAELI COMPOSERS: performed by 
Amiram Rigai, pianist. (MusicLib 7083) 
M. H. RUGER Piano Sonata 
A. U. BOSKOVICH Semitic Suite 
MARK LAVRY Five Country Dances 

00 AMERICAN COMPOSERS IN RUSSIA: last Sep- 
tember four American composers . . . Roy 
Harris, Ulysses Kay, Peter Mennin, and Roger 
Sessions . . . spent a month in Russia visiting 
Soviet composers, hearing Russian music, and 
participating in performances of their own 
works. They are heard giving their impressions 
of this trip to an audience at the Juilliard School 
of Music, New York, at a meeting chaired by 
William Schuman. 

00 A PANORAMA OF POLISH MUSIC: fourth in the 
BFA series, recorded by Radio Warsaw. "Moni- 
uszko, father of Polish opera." (MARCH 17) 



THURSDAY, March 12 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 16) 

MOZART Symphony No. 29, A major (21) 
THOMSON Cello Concerto (22) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7, A major (40) 
8:45 COMMENTARY: Herbert Hanley. (March 11) 
9:00 NEW POETS: Julian White, poet, pianist, and 
composer, appears in his first-named guise. 
(Feb. 27) 
9:30 MUSIC BY BACH 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, Bb major 

(Munich Ens-Redel) (West 18647) (25) 
Two-Violin Concerto, D minor 

(Stern, Schneider, Ens-Casals) (Col 4351) (18) 
Four Motets 

(Leipzig Choir-Ramin) (Archiv 3040) (45) 
Five Chorale-Preludes 

(Helmut Walcha) (Archiv 3022) (22) 
Cantata No. 79 "Gott der Herr" 

(Berlin Ens-Lehmann) (Archiv 3065) (20) 
12:00 MISCELLANY 

12:15 U. C. NOON CONCERT: a concert of medieval 
music performed by an ensemble conducted by 
Theodore Grudzinski, broadcast live from the 
U. C. Campus. 
1:00 THE SEARCH FOR CHALLENGE: last of six lec- 
tures by David Riesman, recorded by WFMT at 
the University of Chicago. (Dec. 16) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Feb. 17) 
HEROLD Zampa Overture (9) 
TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto, D major (30) 
ARTUR SCHNABEL Piano Concerto (23) 
PROKOFIEV Symphony No. 6, Eb minor (40) 
4:00 THE NEW IMPACT OF SCIENCE: Albert English. 

(March 5) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

"The Wind in the Willows," part two of the 

BBC dramatization. 
"It's Perfectly True" (Andersen), read by Jack 
Taylor. 
5:15 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (March 10) 
5:45 FRENCH PRESS REVIEW 
6:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

TELEMANN Sonata, a Tre, D major 

(Wenzinger Ensemble) (Archiv 3043) (12) 
TELEMANN Quartet, D minor 

(Wind Ens., Gerwig) (Archiv 3043) (16) 
J. C. BACH Four-Hand Sonata, G major 

(Demus, Badura-Skoda) (West 18025) (14) 
MOZART Two-Piano Sonata, D major, K. 448 
(Badura-Skoda, Demus) (West 18044) (24) 
BEETHOVEN Trio, Bb major, Op. 1 1 

(Kell, Miller, Horszowski) (Decca 9543) (20) 
7:30 REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich. (MARCH 14) 



7:45 CHINA PRESS REVIEW: Chalmers Johnson. 

8:00 NEWS 

8:15 COMMENTARY: Marshall Windmiller. 

(MARCH 13) 
8:30 THE U. S. AMBASSADOR TO THE U. N.: Henry 
Cabot Lodge, speaking and answering questions 
at a luncheon meeting of the Radio and Tele- 
vision Executives' Society of New York. Record- 
ed by Station WBAI. 
9:30 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Eh 

(MARCH 13) 
10:00 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (MARCH 15) 
10:40 ETHNIC MUSIC: Al and Judy Hudson. 



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11:10 THE U. C. NOON CONCERT: a recorded rebroad- 
cast of the program heard earlier today. 



FRIDAY, March 13 

7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC (Feb. 17) 

MOZART Sonata, G major, K. 379 (20) 

HAYDN Three String Trios (29) 

BEETHOVEN Quartet, Bb major, Op. 18 No. 6 
(25) 

SCHUBERT Three Violin Sonatinas, Op. 137 (40) 

SCHUMANN Piano Quartet, Eb major (28) 
9:30 COMMENTARY: Marshall Windmiller. (March 12) 
9:45 A SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: Byron 

Bryant discusses Melville. (March 9) 
10:30 ORCHESTRAL-CHORAL CONCERT (Feb. 24) 

BEETHOVEN Two Romances (17) 

SCHUBERT Two Choruses (10) 

BRAHMS Schicksalslied (14) 

MAHLER Songs of a Wayfarer (20) 

BRUCKER Te Deum (23) 
12:00 THE BBC REITH LECTURES: two, "The Origin of 

the Solar System." (March 8) 
12:30 THE RECORDED REPERTORY: Alan Rich goes 

a-tromping upon Beethoven's Ninth. (March 7) 
2:00 MUSIC FOR WINDS, MOSTLY (Feb. 23) 

HAYDN Divertimento, Bb major (10) 

BEETHOVEN Octet, Eb major (22) 

MOZART Divertimento No. 3, K. A. 229 (14) 

SCHUBERT Octet, F major (50) 

BRAHMS Serenade, A major, Op. 16 (35) 
4:15 PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

The Naturalist: "The Future for Animals," a 
BBC school production. 

Fun with Music with Laura Weber with . . . 

Folk Music from Faraway Lands: Israel; pro- 
duced by Broadcasting Foundation of America. 
5:15 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

(March 12) 

REPORT ON ASIA: Colin D. Edwards. 

FROM RUMANIA: second in a series presenting 

the Enesco Competition and Festival, recorded 

by the Bucharest Radio and distributed by BFA. 

A program of Lieder and quartets by Georges 

Enesco, performed by Rumanian artists. 

THE PROPER FUNCTION OF AN ARCHITECT: 

R. Buckminster Fuller has been a controversial 

figure in the world of Ipanning and design for 

many years. He is interviewed by Elsa Knight 

Thompson. 

NEWS 

COMMENTARY: Park Chamberlain. 

SCIENCE NEWS: Chuck Levy. (MARCH 14) 

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STUDIO CONCERT: Julian White, poet, composer, 
and pianist, heard now in his latter guise. 
BACH Partita, C minor 
BRAHMS Three Intermezzi, Opus 117 
SCHUBERT Fantasy, C major, Op. 15, 

"Wanderer" 
METROPOLITAN AFFAIRS: John Blayney inter- 
views Aaron Levine, Philadelphia redevelop- 



ment expert, on Son Francisco': 

gram. 
10:30 THE IMPORTANCE OF DISSENT: George G. 

Kirstein, publisher of "The Notion," in an 

address at the University of California on 

January 9. 
11:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 

SCHOENBERG Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 
(Los Angeles Ens-Craft) (Col 5244) (19) 

BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra 
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BAROQUE MUSIC (Feb. 28) 

MONTEVERDI Lamento d'Arianna (two set- 
tings) (35) 
GEMINIANI Concerto Grosso, Op. 7 No. 1 (11) 
BACH Cantata No. 21 "Ich hatte viel 

Bekummernis" (40) 
SCIENCE NEWS: Chuck Levy. (MarcS 13) 
REPORT ON MUSIC: Alan Rich. (March 12) 
WAY BEYOND THE WEST: Alan Watts. 
(March 8) 

THE BOOK SAMPLER: conductor to be an- 
nounced. (MARCH 16) 

AN IGOR STRAVINSKY CONCERT: the com- 
poser conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra. 
(BBC) Agon; Symphony in three Movements,- 
Apollon Musagetes; Firebird, excerpts. 
CRITICS' CIRCLE: "Youth and the Human Situ- 
ation," a panel discussion produced and 
moderated by Hal Bronstein, with Florence 
Mittelman, 16, Michael Martin, 15, and Munro 
Strong, 17, all of Drew High School, San 
Francisco, and Daniel Goldstine, 18, Univer- 
sity of California. 

FESTIVAL CASALS, 1958: fourth in a series 
recorded by WIPR, San Juan, at last summer's 
Festival. Pablo Casals conducts the Festivol 
Orchestra, with Jesus Maria Sanroma, pianist. 
MOZART "Magic Flute," Overture 
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5, Eb major 
BRAHMS Symphony No. I, C minor 
FAMILIES ON THE MOVE: Michael Young is 
Director of the Institute of Community Studies, 
Bethnal Green, London; he is presently at the 
Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral 
Sciences, Stanford. This recording was made 
for the BBC by Mr. Young, interviewing Cock- 
ney residents of Bethnal Green, where a large- 
scale slum clearance is being carried out. 
(Rescheduled from Jan. 29) 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CALENDAR OF 
EVENTS: Charles Susskind. 
CHORAL CONCERT 
LULLY Miserere 

(Deller, Ens-Lewis) (OL 50166) (25) 
PURCELL Come, Ye Sons of Art 

(Deller, Ens-Lewis) (OL 50166) (30) 
PROKOFIEV Alexander Nevsky 

(Vienna Ens-Rossi) (Vonguard 451) (33) 
NEWS 

COMMENTARY: Claude Fawcelt. 
THE ELEVENTH HOUR 

GESANG 1ST DASEIN: The Poetry of Rainer 
Maria Rilke. Hans P. Guth, teacher and author 
of several scholarly articles in American ond 
German periodicals, discusses Rilke and reads 
from his poetry in German and English. 
RECENT RELEASES: important new recordings 
chosen for advance hearing. 

THE IMPERSONAL HAMLET: a talk by F. V. 
Committee of the Royal Society and the Nuf- 
field Foundation, England. Recorded at the 
University of California last December. 
THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL 



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