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30 East 39 Street N. Y. 16, N. Y. 

Program Folio NOV, 23 -DEC, 6, 1964 



Oxford 7-2288 
Vol. 5, No. 22 



WBAI's program listings, in the form of this Folio, are published each two weeks as a service to 

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The duration of programs scheduled is approximate. Dates after each listing indicate past or future 

duplicate broadcast. In the case of concerts, ' m' indicates playing time; '*' indicates neiv recordings. 



MONDAY, November 23 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Liszfs Grand Galop 
Chromotique followed by His Dante Symphony. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 MUSIC FOR SAINT CECILIA I 

SCARLATTI Messa di Santo Cecilia (Preston, 
Blanche Christensen, sopranos,- Smiley, alto; Ron- 
ald Christensen, tenor; Wood, bosS; with the 
University of Utah Chorus and Utah Symph. Orch/ 
Abravonel) (Bach Guild BG 621) 54m 

9:15 COMMENTARY Thomas Francis Ritt, free-lance 
writer, former National Director of the Catholic 
Council on Civil Liberties and former Board 
member of the National Catholic Social Action 
Conference. 
9:30 'IBERIA' COMPLETE Albeniz' enormous piano 
score in orchestral transcriptions by Arbos and 
Surinach, in a performance by the Philadelphia 
Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy's direction. 
(M21 237) 

11 :00 FROM THE CENTER A Democratic Socialisf Views 
the Economy. Harvey Wheeler, staff member of 
the Center for the Study of Democratic Institu- 
tions, interviews Anthony Croslond, a Demo- 
cratic Socialist and author of the book. The Con- 
servative Enemy. 

11:45 TEN MINUTE BACH His Cantata No. 53, 
'Schlage Doch. Gewunschte Stunde,' performed 
by contralto Hilda Roessel-Majden with the Vien- 
na State Opera Orchestra under Hermann Scher- 
chen's direction. 

12:00 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 
The first of eight ports of a thriller serial about 
the famous radio sleuth Paul Temple, close friend 
of Sir Graham Forbes of Scotland Yard, and his 
wife Steve Trent (sic). This episode: The Fergu- 
sons. (BBC) Nov. 26 

12:20 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VI The Vienna Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra is conducted by Georg Soiti, 
with Annie Fischer as piano soloist. Nov. 29 
STRAUSS Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op. 28 
BARTOK Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, No. 3 
MAHLER Symphony No. 1 in D major 

2:30 SCIENCE CRITIC Marshall Deutsch discusses cy- 
bercultural research. 

3:00 'SAMUEL BARBER'S PIANO CONCERTO in a 

performance by John Browning and the Cleve- 
land Orchestra under George Szell. 



3:30 THE GOON SHOV/ Ttie Thing on ttie Mountain 

above the little village of Llondahoy. (BBC) 

4:00 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis talks to 
novelist William Plomer about his libretto for 
Benjamin Britten's Curlew River and presents on 
inside view of the London Symphony Orchestra 
by its players, management and conductors. 
Nov. 25 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See listing 
on page 13 

5:30 FOSS AND BERNSTEIN The former's String 
Quartet No. 1, written when he was twenty, is 
followed by the lotter's Symphony No. 2 for 
Piano and Orchestra, subtitled 'The Age of 
Anxiety'. The Foss is performed by The American 
Art Quartet on Columbia ML 5476; the Bernstein 
is performed by the pianist Foss with the New 
York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the 
composer on Columbia ML 4325. Dec. 6 

6:30 TWO WORKS BY DON WILSON Chamber mu- 
sic by a young Chicogoon, performed by Levins, 
clarinet; Kurland and Robinson, violins; Andrix, 
viola; Hsu, cello; Pelton, tenor; Klausmeyer, 
guitar; and the composer, english horn; on re- 
cordings loaned to WBAl by the composer. 
Nov. 24 
QUINTET for clarinet and string quartet (1960-1) 

14m 
FIVE HAIKU for tenor voice and chamber en- 
semble (1962) 10m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by Williom 
Mandel, translator from the Soviet press end 
author of several books on the USSR. Nov. 24 

7:30 THE DEATH OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE Tra- 
dition long had it that the dramatist was 'stabbed 
to death by a bawdy Serving man, o rivall of his 
in his lewde love'. Dr. Leslie Hotson, distin- 
guished Shakespearean scholar, proves the truth 
far otherwise than the tradition. (BBC) Nov. 27 

8:00 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY by Stanley 
Green. This program is about the composer Mil- 
ton Schoefer, writer of the music for 'Bravo, 
Giovanni' and other shows. Nov. 26 

9:00 THE EVIL WOMAN Chris Koch talks with H. R. 
Hoys about man's inhumanity to woman, the sub- 
ject of his recent book The Dangerous Sex: a 
Myth of Feminine Evil (Putnam). Mr. Hays is a 
cultural historian and translator and the author 
of several books. Nov. 25 



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Even if your Christmas Club hasn't reminded you recently, as you 
begin to use this FOLIO there are only four weeks until the holiday 
season begins. 

Give WBAI something to celebrate. 

Through your subscription to the FOLIO, you have given yourself a 
year-round gift in being able to choose intelligently from WBAI's varied, 
frequently experimental programming. In helping to sustain the future 
existence of this listener-sponsored communications channel, you have 
given yourself unlimited opportunity to enjoy our stimulating and chal- 
lenging broadcasts because WBAI is, through your support, a free and 
open market for ideas. Finally, you are giving yourself blessed relief of 
freedom from commercial harangue and harassment. We hope you 
enjoy all these benefits during the holidays — but won't you share them 
with someone else as well? 

In a recent letter to our subscribers, we made our point: We need 
additional sponsors immediately if we are to continue. You can help us 
to celebrate by adding your efforts to our subscription drive and, now that 
elections are over, campaign for WBAI. Give a friend a WBAI sponsorship 
and subscription to the FOLIO, proselytize for WBAI socially, profes- 
sionally and actively. An additionaal 10,000 subscribers would make this 
listener-sponsored station truly listener sponsored and self supporting. 

Give WBAI something to celebrate. 



9:30 BRAHMS INTERMEZZI Ten of them performed 
by pionist Glenn Gould on Columbia ML 5637. 
10:15 THE DAY THE PRESIDENT DIED Tim Matthews, 
the first BBC representative to arrive in Dallas 
after the assassination of President Kennedy, 
recorded many interviews with people in Dallas 
to find out what they sow, did, and thought 
during the twenty-four hours of November 22nd, 
1963. (BBC) Nov. 24 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 BACH MUSIC The first work on a new release. 
Nov. 27 

Clavier Concerto No. 1 in D, BWV 1052 (Vasso 
Devetzi, piano, with Moscow Chamber Orch/ 
Barshai) (Mercury MG50410) 25m 
Cantata: Ich geh und suche mit Verlangen, BWV 
49 (Giebel, soprano; Stampfli, bass, with orch/ 
Ehmann) (Cantate641 212) 30m 
12:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Southern, bluegrass and hill- 
billy music presented by Tom Whitmore. Nov. 26 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

TUESDAY, November 24 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Brahms' Quintet for Clari- 
net and Strings in B minor. Op. 115, and Aaron 
Copland's Concerto for Clarinet and String Or- 
chestra. 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 
8:15 MUSIC FOR SAINT CECILIA II 
DELLO JOIO To Saint Cecilia 15m 
BRITTEN Hymn to Saint Cecilia 11m 

(both with Columbia University Chapel Choir, 
Brass and Percussion ensemble/Wright) (Kapp 
9057) 



PURCELL Welcome to All the Pleasures (Ode on 
Saint Cecilia's Day, 1683) (Deller, counter- 
tenor,- Cantelo and McLoughlin, sopranos,- 
English, tenor; Grundy, baritone; Bevon, bass; 
with Kolmar Orchestra of London/Deller) (Bach 
Guild BG590) 20m 

9:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del. Nov. 23 

9:30 MOZART AND RAVEL Violin sonatas. Nov. 28 
MOZART Sonata in e, K. 304 (Grumiaux, violin; 

Haskil, piano) (Epic LC 3^02) 12m 
RAVEL Sonata for Violin and Piano (Druian, vio- 
lin; Simms, piano) (Merc MG 80000) 17m 

10:00 THE DAY THE PRESIDENT DIED BBC represen- 
tative Tim Matthews, who covered the 1960 presi- 
dential campaign in Texas, interviews people in 
Dallas about the day of President Kennedy's as- 
sassination. Nov. 23 

10:30 MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO Marcel 
Quinet's Concertino for Flute, Strings, Celesta 
and Harp played by the Belgian Radio and Tele- 
vision Chamber Music Orchestra conducted by 
Edouord Doneux with Henry Magnee as soloist. 
Nov. 29 

10:45 NAILHEAD LOVES THE WHOLE DAMN WORLD 

A documentary on the painting by Paul Zalan- 
sky. (WGBH) Nov. 26 

11:15 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 V Carl Schueicht 
conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. 
MOZART Symphony in D major, K. 504 
BRUCKNER Symphony No. 7 in E major 

1:00 WRIGHT AND HIS IMPACT The first part of a 
two part program: a lecture by Frank Lloyd 
Wright on architecture in American life. Nov. 28 



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1:45 CHARLES IVES' Sonata for Violin and Piano 

No. 2. Rafael Druian, violin,- Jofin Simms, piano. 

(Merc MG50097) Nov. 28 
2:00 WRIGHT AND HIS IMPACT An Example Tfie 

second part of tfiis program: tfie biogropfiy of a 

Wrigfit fiouse in Falls Cfiurch, Virginia. Nov. 28 
2:30 MUSICAL ROUND-ROBIN 1 Three chamber 

works. Dec. 1 

VIVALDI Sonata for Oboe and Harpsichord in 
c (Pierlot, oboe; Veyron-Locroix, harpsichord) 
(HSL821 9m 

BACH/VIVALDI Clavier Concerto in F (from Vi- 
valdi's Op. 3, No. 3 in G) (Morlow, harpsi- 
chord) (Cop; P8361) 8m 

BUSONI/BACH Chaconne (from solo violin Par- 
tita in d) (Anatole Kitoin playing the Siena 
Pianoforte) (ESP 3001) 17m 
3:05 SPANISH SONGS Conchita Supervia sings 

songs from Spanish zarzuelas (with orchestra), 

and some more intimate Andolusian songs (with 

piano.) (COL H 113) Dec. 1 
4:00 PORTRAIT OF RAMSAY MACDONALD, the first 

Labour Leader to be Prime Minister of Great 

Britain, by some of the people who knew him 

OS a friend, a colleague, or a political opponent, 

(BBC) 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
5:30 ORCHESTRAL PORTRAITS Dec. 1 

THOMSON Five Portraits (Pablo Picasso, Mrs. 
Chester Whitin Losell, Nicolas de Chateioin, 
Flovie Alvarez de Toledo, Alexander Smallens) 
(Philadelphia Orch/Thomson) (Col ML 2087) 
14m 

PROKOFIEV Four Portraits (from the opera 'The 
Gambler', Op. 49) (The Generol, the Grand- 
mother, Pauline, Alexis) (London Philhormonia/ 
Schuechter) (MGM E3112) 25m 

6:15 VOICE AND STRINGS Two contemporary works. 
Dec. 1 
BRITTEN Serenade for Tenor Solo, Horn and 

Strings, Op. 31 (Pears, tenor; Brain, horn with 

New Symphony/Goossens) (London LL994) 24m 
PERRY Stabat Mater (Asakure, mezzo-soprano 

with Japan Philharmonic/Strickland) (CRI 133) 

21m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Another report- 
cum-anolysis prepared especially for Pocifico 
Radio by Commander Sir Stephen King-Hall. 
Nov. 25 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO? Joe Penner, Mr. District At- 
torney, and Vincent Lopez are among the pro- 
grams represented here, from the series pro- 
duced by Leslie Darren for WGBH-FM. Nov. 26 

8.00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
thec Schuller and music from the year 1939. 
Nov. 27 

BARTOK Divertimento for String Orchestra (ex- 
cerpt) 
PROKOFIEV Alexander Nevsky (excerpt) 
WALTON Violin Concerto 

9:00 THE LAST MINUTE. Time saved for programs of 
immediacy prepared after this Folio is printed. 
Nov. 27 

10:00 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

More thrilling events in the saga of today's lead- 
ing Radio Idol. Nov. 27 

10:15 TWO WORKS BY DON WILSON His Clarinet 



Quintet and Five Haiku, on tapes loaned to 
WBAI by the composer. Details on Nov. 23 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 COPLAND AND SCHOENBERG Two large song 
cycles, the former written over forty years after 
the latter. Each is the composer's only essay in 
the song-cycle form. Nov. 30 
COPLAND Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson 
(1949-50) (Lipton, mezzo-soprono; Copland, 
piono) (Col ML 5106) 30m 
SCHOENBERG The Book of the Hanging Gar- 
dens, Op. 15 (1907-9) (Beardslee, soprano; 
Helps, piano) (Son Nova A 2) 29m 
12:00 THE THEATRE A discussion between David Suss- 
kind, Kenneth Tynan and Gore Vidol. (Archives) 
Nov. 28 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

WEDNESDAY, November 25 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Schubert's The Shepherd 
on the Rock', Op. 129; and Sir Thomas Beechom's 
ballet Love in Bath', based on music by Handel. 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 
8:15 MUSIC FOR SAINT CECILIA III 

PURCELL Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day (1692) (Can- 
telo, soprano; Deller, Salmon, counter-tenors; 
Brown, tenor; Bevan, baritone; Frost, boss; 
with Ambrosion Singers and Kolmar Chamber 
Symphony of London/Tippett) (Bach Guild 
BG 559] 58m 
9:15 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Nov. 24 
9:30 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary discusses with 

Alberta Masiello the art of coaching singers. 
10:15 OPERAS BY PURCELL AND STRAVINSKY Two 
contrasting works, the first on a new release. 
PURCELL Dido and Aeneas (Mary Thomas, so- 
prano; Honor Sheppard, soprano; Maurice 
Bevan, baritone; Helen Watts, contralto; Ori- 
ono Concert Choir and Orch/Deller) (Bach 
Guild BG664) 55m 
STRAVINSKY Le Rossignol (with Loren Driscoll, 
Reri Grist, Marina Picassi, Donald Gromm, 
Elaine Bonazzi; the chorus and orchestra of the 
Opera Society of Woshington, D. C. /Stravin- 
sky) (Col KL 5727) 45m 
12:30 CONTEMPORARY POETRY The first in a new 
series of poetry readings introduced by Paul 
Blackburn. 1. Robert Kelly. Nov. 27 
1:00 THE EVIL WOMAN A talk between Chris Koch 
and H. R. Hays, oulhor of The Dangerous Sex: 
a Myth of Feminine Evil. See Nov. 23 
1:30 'MAHLER'S KINDERTOTENLIEDER in a new per- 
formance by baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 
with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under 
Karl Bohm. (DGG 138 879) 
2:00 CYMBELINE by William Shakespeare. This pro- 
duction by the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre 
Company, with Peggy Ashcroft, Richard Johnson, 
Joan Miller, Clive Revill and Robert Harris is a 
radio version of the highly-praised Strotford-on- 
Avon production of 1957. (BBC) 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
5:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XI The second of two 
programs of Schubert lieder sung by Irmgard 
Seefried. Nov. 30 
7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 
Correspondent Betty Pilkington presents some 
less-publicized osoects of UN affairs. Nov. 26 



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SALZBURG MARIONETTES 

The renowned SALZBURG MARIONETTE THEATRE, an enchanting Christmas 
attraction, will be performing at New York's TOWN HALL (adapted to reduced 
capacity for perfect viewing), as listed below. The Mozart operas are conducted by 
Ferenc Fricsay, Die Fledermaus by Clemens Kraus, and recorded by Deutschen Gram- 
mophon Gesellschaft. 

By special arrangement with the management, a percentage of the purchase price 
of tickets ordered through WBAI will benefit the station. When ordering please 
indicate: 1) number of tickets 2) title of performance 3) time of day, and 4) an 
alternate date should the preferred one be sold out. Please send your order to Marion- 
ettes, WBAL 30 East 39 Street, New York, N. Y. 10016 and make checks payable 
to Town Hall. 

Childrens perforrfjances: all seats $3-75: 

SNOW WHITE 1 p.m. Dec. 19th, 28th, 29th, 31st. 2 p.m. Dec. 20th 

4 p.m. Dec. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 28th, 29th J p.m. Jan. 3rd 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN 1 p.m. Dec. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 26th, •30th, Jan. 2nd, 3rd. 
2 p.7n. Dec. 27th, Jan. 3rd. 4 p.m. Dec. 19th, 26th, Jan. 2nd. 

Adult evening performances: all seats $4.50: 

THE MAGIC FLUTE 8:30 p.m. Dec. 17th, 19th, 21st, 29th. Jan. 7th. 

9 p.m. Dec. 27th, Jan. 3rd. 
THE ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO 8:30 p.m. Dec. 18th, 23rd, 26th, 30th. Jan. 2nd, 8th 
DIE FLEDERMAUS 8:30 p.m. Dec. 22nd, 28th, 31st., Jan. 5th, 6th. 
9 p.m. Dec. 20th. 



7:30 NIELSEN'S PRELUDE AND PRESTO Op. 52. Kai- 
Laursen, violin. (Metronome 85035) 12m 

7:45 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer discusses cur- 
rent theatrical events. Nov. 26 

8:00 THIS LITTLE LIGHT I The Nev^ Negro. Missis- 
sippi in the summer of 1964 was the focus of 
on intensive civil rights campaign. Workers from 
throughout the nation converged there to engage 
in civil rights activities. Three of them died. This 
series of programs explores life in Mississippi, 
the people of the state, and the impact of The 
Movement. Produced by Chris Koch. Nov. 26 

8:20 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER News about WBAI. 
Nov. 29 

8:45 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis talks to 
librettist William Plomer about Britten's Curlev/ 
River and to members of the London Symphony 
Orchestra. See Nov. 23 

9:15 A SHOW OF FORCE Richard C. Neuweiler, Bill 
Alton and their cohorts sally forth again into 
the hitherto uncharted regions of their chosen 
field of battle and actually hit some targets. 
This program was also heard last Sunday. 
10:15 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. Shrinkery. (KPFA 

Archives) Nov. 27 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11 :00 FLUTE CONCERTOS Dec. 1 

VIVALDI Flute Concerto in D (II Cordellino) 
(Baron with Soidenberg Little Symph/Saiden- 
berg) (AS 1001) 18m 



THOMSON Concerto for Flute, Strings and Per- 
cussion (Von Vactor, flute, with Knoxville 
Symph/Thomson) 15m 
BRANT Angels and Devils (Concerto for Flute 
Solo with Flute Orchestra) (1932) (Wilkins, 
flute with flute orch/Bront) (CRI 106) 21m 
12:00 GOODBYE TO THE PROTESTANT ETHIC A docu- 
mentary investigating some meanings of work 
and leisure in the United States and their im- 
plications for an age of automation. Produced 
by Ernest Lowe with narration by Chuck Levy and 
technical production by Ellen Anderson. (KPFA) 
Nov. 28 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

THURSDAY, November 26 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT The Notre Dame Mass of 
Guillaume de Mochout written in 1364 for the 
coronation of Charles V; and Ottorino Resphigi's 
Concerto Gregoriano. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 'BUMBRY SINGS BRAHMS AND SCHUBERT The 
young American mezzo-soprano, Grace Bumbry, 
in a recital which includes Brahms' Zigeunerlie- 
der. Op. 103, and other Brahms and Schubert 
songs, accompanied by pianist Sebastian Pesch- 
ko on DG 138 899. 

9:00 ♦HORN CONCERTO BY MOZART His concerto 
No. 3 in E\), K. 447, in a new release, played by 
Erich Penzel with Bernhard Poumgartner leading 



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XI 5:30 p.m. Nov. 25 1 

XII 5:30 p.m. Nov. 26 

XIII 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30 

XIV 2:30 p.m. Dec. 1 

XV 2:30 p.m. Dec. 

XVI 5:30 p.m. Dec. 4 



some highlights in 

MUSIC 

SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 

VI 12:30 p.m. Nov. 23 9 p.m. Nov. 29 

VII 2:45 p.m. Nov. 30 11 p.m. Dec, 1 

VIII 8 p.m. Nov. 27 9:30 a.m. Dec. 1 

VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 

0:30 a.m. Dec. 30 
10:45 a.m. Nov. 28 
9:45 a.m. Dec. 4 
10:45 a.m. Dec. 5 
2 9 p.m. Dec. 6 
8:45 p.m. Dec. 5 

OPERAS 

Purcell and Stravinsky 

10:15 a.m. Nov. 25 

from Heme's 'Elegy for Young Lovers' 

11 p.m. Nov. 26 8:15 a.m. Dec. 2 

Sigurd and The Barber of Seville 

1 :35 p.m., Dec. 6 

Strauss' 'Daphne' from the Vienna Festival 

2 p.m. Nov. 29 9:30 a.m. Dec. 2 

CHINESE MUSIC 

12 n Dec. 4 6 p.m. Dec. 6 

AVANT GARDE CONCERTS 

I 11 :30 p.m. Nov. 28 
II 7:45 p.m. Dec. 3 11 :15 p.m. Dec. 5 

TWO WORKS BY DON WILSON 

6:30 p.m. Nov. 23 10:15 p.m. Nov. 24 

MUSIC BY GORDON BINKERD 

5:30 p.m. Nov. 27 

STRAVINSKY IN REHEARSAL 

9:45 p.m. Dec. 6 



the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. (Merc MG 
50407B) 
9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 

with Betty Pilkington. Nov. 25 
9:20 REMEMBER RADIO? Joe Penner, Mr. District At- 
torney and Vincent Lopez? Nov. 24 

10:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore presents some 
Southern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. Nov. 23 

11:00 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY by Stanley 
Green. See Nov. 23 

12:00 THIS LITTLE LIGHT I The New Negro. The first 
of a new series of programs produced by Chris 
Koch exploring life and the people of Missis- 
sippi ond the impact of the civil rights movement 
there during the post summer. Nov. 25 

12:20 'ISAAC STERN PLAYS PROKOFIEV The Violin 
Concerto No. 2 in G minor in a new release with 
the Philadelphia Orchestra under Ormandy. 
1:00 THE ELECTRA of Sophocles in the translation by 
C. A. Tryponis, produced by Vol Gielgud with 
music specially composed and conducted by 
John Hotchkis. The cast includes Margaret Whit- 
ing, Mary Wimbush and Michael Gough. (BBC) 
Nov. 28 

2:20 RETURN TO PEKING Sybllle Von Der Sprenkel, 
sociologist at the University of Leeds, England, 
was a teacher in China when the Communists 
took power in 1949. Last summer she returned 



there for a three week visit. In this program Chris 
Koch questions her about her impressions of the 
changes mode by the Communist government. 

3:00 THEATRE REVIEW by Isaiah Sheffer. Nov. 25 

3:15 ELECTRONIC MUSIC from the Columbia-Prince- 
ton Electronic Music Center. 
BABBITT Composition for Synthesizer Um 
DAVIDOVSKY Electronic Study No. 1 6m 
LUENING Gargoyles 10m (all on Col ML 5966) 

3:45 HEY SAILOR, WHAT SHIP? Mrs. Tilly Olson 
reads from her short story collection, 'Tell Me 
a Riddle". (Archives) Nov. 29 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XII Franz Allers con- 
ducts the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; 
Martina Arroyo is the soprano soloist. Nov. 28 
BERNSTEIN 'Jeremiah' Symphony 
BARBER Medea's Meditation and Dance of Ven- 
geance. 
GERSHWIN Excerpts from 'Porgy and Bess' 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Tom E. Davis, Acting 
Director of Cornell LIniversity's Latin American 
Area Studies, and David Nasjleti, a member of 
Cornell's Modern Language Department and an 
Argentine national. They discuss Argentina's eco- 
nomic and political problems. Nov. 27 

8:00 SCHUBERT'S B FLAT PIANO SONATA, D. 960, 
is heard in a recording by pianist Geza Anda 
(DGG 138 880). The work is preceded by the 
same composer's Impromptu in A flat. Op. 142, 
No. 2, in a performance by Sviotoslav Richter on 
Monitor MC 2027. 

8:45 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 1 
The Fergusons. See Nov. 23 

9:15 DO THE PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW The 
concluding program in this series of broadcasts 
recorded at the May meeting of the Massachu- 
setts Bar Association Press Committee features 
Dean Irwin Griswold of Harvard Low School. 
Produced by WGBH-FM, Boston. Nov. 28 
10:15 NAILHEAD LOVES THE WHOLE DAMN WORLD. 
A documentary on the painting by Paul Zalan- 
sky. (WGBH) Nov. 24 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11 :00 OPERA BY HENZE Scenes from the prolific young 
German's opera Elegy for Young Lovers', with 
soloists and orchestra under Hans Werner Henze's 
direction. Dec. 2 
12:00 MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO Andr6- 
Modeste Gretry's Dance Suite and his Concerto 
for Flute and Orchestra. Nov. 29 
12:30 JAZZ LEGENDS with Don Schlitten: Trumpet 
player Bill Coleman. 

1:00 SIGN OFF 

FRIDAY, November 27 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Carl Nielsen's Quintet 
for Winds, Op. 43; and William Schumon's Sym- 
phony No. 3. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 BACH MUSIC A clavier concerto and a can- 
tata, the first on a new release. More details on 
Nov. 23 

9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Tom R. Davis and 

David Nasjleti, on Argentina's economic and 

political problems. Nov. 26 

10:00 SHOSTAKOVICH FROM RADIO MOSCOW Two 

Quartets (nos. 7 and 8), and some preludes and 



fugues are performed — the former by the Bee- 
thoven Quartet, the latter by pianist Mario 
Greenberg, in this special program from Radio 
Moscow. 
11 :00 THE LAST MINUTE See Nov. 24 
12:00 MUSICAL ROUND-ROBIN — II Four orchestral 
works. Dec. 2 
HANDEL Oboe Concerto in b\) (Cosier, oboe with 

Orch of the Cento Soli/Bernard) (Nonesuch H 

1013) 14m 
MOZART/HANDEL Overture to 'Ode for St. 

Cecilia's Day' (Radio Berlin Sym/Rotherl (URLP 

70231 5m 
TCHAIKOVSKY/MOZART Suite No. 4, Op. 61 

CMozartiana') (London Philharmonic/Fistou- 

lari) (MOM E 3026] 18m 
STRAVINSKY/TCHAIKOVSKY The Fairy's Kiss 

(Cleveland Orch/Stravinsl<v) (Col ML 5102) 45m 
1:30 THE DEATH OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE Dr. 
Leslie Hotson unravels a whole series of mistakes 
and mis-statements which successfully concealed 
the details of Marlowe's death for over three 
hundred years. Nov. 23 
2:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from the year 1939, See 
Nov. 24 
3:00 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. Shrinkery. Nov. 25 
3:20 A KRAINIS CONSORT The Kroinis Recorder 
Consort plays works from five centuries of dance 
music for recorders, on Kopp 9034. Dec. 4 
GERVAISE Suite of Dances Ic 1550) 
Four Eliobethan Dance Tunes (c. ]660] ; Stontipes 

(13th Cent.) ; Two 13th Century French 'Danses 

Royaux'. 
SCHEIDT Suite of Five-part Dances. 
Suite of 16th Century Italian Donces; Two 14th 

Century Italian Dances. 
DE LA TORRE Alto (c. 1500) 
Three 18th Century English Dance Pieces (1738) 
DOWLAND Three Five-port Dances from Lach- 

rimae. 
4:15 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN Full 

synopsis on Nov. 24 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
5:20 MUSIC BY GORDON BINKERD Works loaned to 
WBAI by the composer. 
Nativitas est hodie,- On the Shortness of Human 

Life; Madrigal (Chamber Choir/Cartre) 11m 
String Quartet No. 1 (Wolden Quartet) 30m 
Piano Sonata (Claire Rirhards) 24m 
String Quartet No. 2 (Walden Quartet) 15m 
7:00 NEV/S Robert Potts 

7:15 OPINION Dr. Fred Exner, radiologist, fluori- 
dation expert, conservative and iazz buff, Nov. 30 
8:00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VIM An all-Strauss 
orchestral concert. Herbert von Karaian conducts 
the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra,- Elisabeth 
Schwarzkopf is soprano soloist; Lothar Koch is 
oboe soloist. Dec. 1 
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Four Last Songs for Soprano and Orchestra: 

FriJhling; September; Beim Schlafengehen; Im 

Abendrot 

Ein Heldenleben 

9:15 CAMPAIGN 1964 Murray Kempton. The writer 

discusses this year's political campaign in the 

first of a series of lectures sponsored by New 

York University's Division of General Education 

in cooperation with the School of Low. Nov. 29 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY POETRY 1. Robert Kelly. See 

Nov. 25 
10:15 NUTRITION Nutritional jpspects of religious 
dietary laws discussed by Marshall Deutsch. 
Nov. 30 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Seldom heard music pre- 
sented by Leonard Altmon, with comments. 
Nov. 29 
12:00 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson with more 

music which the white public has missed. 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

SATURDAY, November 28 

8:00 QUINTETTO BOCCHERINI A concert recorded 

in 1963 by WBAI. 

CAMBINl Quintette IX in g 

BOCCHERINI Quintetto in A, Op. 29, No. 6 

SCHUBERT Quintet in C, Op. 163 
9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 
10:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XII A program of music 

by Bernstein, Barber and Gershwin with Fritz 

Allers conducting the Vienna Symphony Orchestra 

and Chorus, and Martina Arroyo as soprano 

soloist. Details on Nov. 26 
12:10 DO THE PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW The 

final program in this series features Dean Irwin 

Griswold of Harvard Law School. See Nov. 26 
1:00 THE THEATRE A discussion between David Suss- 

kind, Kenneth Tynan and Gore Vidol. Nov. 24 
2:C0 JAZZ with Martin Williams. 
4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET with William 

A. Kent of H. M. Frumkes & Co. Nov. 30 
4:30 THE ELECTRA of Sophocles, translated by C. A. 

Trypanis, in a BBC World Theatre production. See 

Nov. 26 

6:00 GOODBYE TO THE PROTESTANT ETHIC. A doc- 
umentary on some meanings of work and leisure 
in this country, and their implications. Nov. 25 

7:00 NEWS ANALYSIS by Larry Birns. Nov. 29 

7:15 OLD JAZZ Chris Albertson stomps down Mem- 
ory Lane. 

8:15 THE GOON SHOW The Great Statue Debate 

Picture if you con England's Parliament — five 
hundred and thirty politicians and one man — 
tramping the country and, at their head, an or- 
dinary tobacco statue of James the Second (be- 
lieved to be dead) . (BBC) Nov. 30 

8:45 STORIES OF CRONOPIOS AND FAMAS Read- 
ings by Paul Blackburn and Robert Kelly. (Ar- 
chives) Nov. 30 

9:30 MOZART AND RAVEL Two violin sonatas. For 
details see Nov. 24 

10:00 WRIGHT AND HIS IMPACT Part 1 — a lecture 
by Frank Lloyd Wright. See Nov. 24 



Page 8 

10:45 CHARLES IVES' Sonata for Violin and Piano 
No.2 . iRafoel Druian, violin; John Simms, piano) 
iMerc MG50097) Nov. 24 
11:00 WRIGHT AND HIS IMPACT Part 2— on example: 

the biography of a Wright house. See Nov. 24 
11:30 AVANT GARDE CONCERT 1 A Chamber Music' 
concert recorded by WBAI ot Judson Hall on 
Sept. 1, 1964, v\/ith pianists Robert Ashley, George 
Crevoshoy, Larry Leech and Gordon Mumma, 
who also plays French Horn, and some extra as- 
sistonce from cellist Charlotte Moorman. 
GEORGE CACIOPPO Casseopiea (Ashley, Mum- 
ma) World Premiere 
ROBERT ASHLEY The Wolfmon (tone poem) (Ash- 
ley, monotone with electronic sounds) N Y 
Premiere 
MORTON FELDMAN Two Pianos (Ashley, Mum- 
ma) World Premiere 
CHRISTIAN WOLFF Duet II (Mumma, horn; Ash- 
lev, piano) N Y Premiere 
GORDON MUMMA Hornpieces (Mumma, horn; 
Ashley, piano with soundtrack) World Premiers 
MICHAEL VON BIEL Two Piano Piece III (Ashley, 

Mumma) N Y Premiere 
BRUCE WISE Music for Three (Ashley, Mumma, 

pianos with soundtrack) N Y Premiere 
GEORGE CREVOSHAY 4ptpc (Crevoshoy, Leech, 
Ashley, Mumma pianos) N Y Premiere 
1:00 IN SIDE on The Fur Side. An informal collec- 
tion of Globulinsouncionces and other surprises 
mixed and brewed by Chris Albertson with his 
supporting cast of, by now, millions. 
3:30 SIGN OFF 

SUNDAY, November 29 

8:00 CHAMBER MUSIC performed by great artists 
of past years. Dec. 3 
BACH Sonata in e for Violin and Continuo, BWV 

1023 (Busch, violin; Balsam, piano) (Col 71582D) 

9m 
LISZT Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (Cortot, piano) 

(Vic 6626) 10m 
BRAHMS Violin Sonata No. 3 in d. Op. 108 (Ko- 

chonski, violin; Rubinstein, piano) (Vic AM 241) 

20m 
LISZT Polonaise No. 2 in E (Rochmoninov, piano) 

(Vic 65041 8m 
DVORAK-KREISLER Indian Lament (Kreisler, vio- 
lin; Lomson, piano) (Vic 7225B) 5m 
9:00 SELF-KNOWLEDGE 1 Understanding, Detach- 
ment. The first in a series of talks by J. Krish- 
nomurti on the pursuit of self-knowledge, given 
at Ojoi in 1949. A lecturer and teacher through- 
out the world for over forty years, Krishnamurti 
is widely respected for his psychological insights. 
Complete transcripts of these talks are available 
for $2.00 from Krishnamurti Writings, Inc., P.O. 
Box 37, Oiai, California. (KPFK Archives) 

10:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC presented by Leonard Alt- 
man. Nov. 27 
11 :00 NEWS ANALYSIS by Larry Birns. Nov. 28 
11:15 FRENCH MUSIC 

BIZET Potrie Overture (Detroit Symph/Poroy) 

(Merc 50191) 11m 
BERLIOZ Funeral and Triumphal Symphony, Op. 
15 (Vienna Opera Orch., Vienna Choir/Graf) 
(Urania 100) 27m 
BERLIOZ Te Deum (Op. 22) (Soloists, London 
Choir, Royal Phil. Orch/Beecham) (Col 4897) 
47m 



MISSISSIPPI. 7964 

Chris Koch spent several weeks last 
summer travelling in Mississippi where 
he interviewed Civil Rights workers, lo- 
cal Whites and Negroes. The material 
he recorded, edited into a series of thir- 
ty-minute documentaries, begins in this 
Folio. Chris Koch says of the programs: 

"Fundamental changes ore taking 
place in Mississippi. Black Mississip- 
pians are beginning to realize it; White 
Mississipians are afraid of it; we in the 
North have yet to understand it fully. 
This series explores the summer of 1964 
when the first steps of change became 
evident, and asks what these steps mean 
for America." 

THIS LITTLE LIGHT I The New Negro: 

an introductory program on the Negro who 

has emerged since the Civil Rights movement. 

8 p.m. Nov. 25 12 noon Nov. 26 

II Valley View: portrait of a poor rural Negro 
community in Modison County. 
8 p.m. Dec. 2 3:30 p.m. Dec. 3 



12:45 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER Nov. 25 

1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary discusses with 
Anthony Amato his 'show-case' performances; 
and with Felix Solmaggi, his family's contribu- 
tions to opera. Dec. 2 

2:00 OPERA FROM THE VIENNA FESTIVAL Strauss' 
Daphne, with Hilde Gueden as Daphne and Fritz 
Wunderlich as Leukippos. Karl Bohm conducts the 
Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Dec. 2 

4:00 CAMPAIGN 1964 Murray Kempton A lecture on 
this year's political campaign. See Nov. 27 

4:30 MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO Andre-Mo- 
deste Gretry's Dance Suite and his Concerto for 
Flute and Orchestra. Nov. 26 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE Messrs. Neuweiler, Alton 
& Co. Unlimited, in a fresh example of provoked 
aggression. Dec. 2 

6:00 'KEMPFF PLAYS BEETHOVEN Two late piano 
sonotas; No. 29 in B[i (the 'Hommerklovier') , 
and No. 30 in E, both played by Wilhelm Kempff 
onDGG138 944. Dec. 3 

7:00 FROM THE CENTER A Free Market Economist's 
View of the Society. Armen Alchion, free market 
economist and author of the textbook University 
Economics, is interviewed by Harvey Wheeler, 
staff member of the Center for the Study of 
Democratic Institutions. Nov. 30 

8:00 MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO Marcel 
Quinet's Concertino for Flute, Strings, Celesta 
and Harp. More details on Nov. 24 

8:15 HEY SAILOR, WHAT SHIP? Mrs. Tilly Olson 
reads from her short story collection. Nov. 26 

9:00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VI Georg Soiti con- 



other highlights in 

PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Krishnamurti SELF-KNOWLEDGE 

9 a.m. Nov. 29 9 a.m. Dec. 6 

CAMPAIGN 1964 
Murray Kempton 

9:15 p.m. Nov. 27 4 p.m. Nov. 29 

William Rusher 

8:30 p.m. Dec. 4 12:15 p.m. Dec. 6 

THE EVIL WOMAN 

9 p.m. Nov. 23 1 p.m. Nov. 25 

FROM THE CENTER 

11 a.m. Nov. 23 

7 p.m. Nov. 29 1 :30 p.m. Nov. 30 

7 p.m. Dec. 6 

DO THE PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW 

9:15 p.m. Nov. 26 12:10 p.m. Nov. 28 



ducfs the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, and An- 
nie Fischer is piano soloist. Program on Nov. 23 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ v^ith Den Morgenstern. 

12:00 SIGN OFF 

MONDAY, November 30 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Georg Philip Telemann's 
Suite in A minor for Flute and Strings; Three Short 
Pieces for Woodwinds by Jacques Ibert; and ten 
studies for guitar by Fernando Sor. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 COPLAND AND SCHOENBERG Two large song 
cycles. For details see Nov. 24 

9:15 OPINION Dr. Fred A. Exner. Nov. 27 

9:45 STORIES OF CRONOPIOS AND FAMAS Read- 
ings by Paul Blackburn and Robert Kelly. Nov. 28 
10:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XI The second of two 
programs of Schubert lieder sung by Irmgard 
Seefried. Nov. 25 
12:00 THE GOON SHOW The Great Statue Debate 
See Nov. 28. This is on otherwise unbelievable 
story of a Homeless Government. 

12:30 NUTRITION Nutritional aspects of religious 
dietary laws discussed by Marshall Deutsch. 
Nov. 27 

1:00 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis talks to 
Welsh baritone Geraint Evans about his personal 
approach to opera; London critics J. W. Lambert 
and Martin Cooper discuss 'What's wrong with 
critics'; and Federico Reyna introduces the Cuat- 
ro, the national instrument of Venezuela. Dec. 5 

1 :30 FROM THE CENTER A Free Market Economist's 
View of the Society. See Nov. 29 

2:30 THE REAL MCGONAGALL Poems by the nine- 
teenth century Scottish tragedian read by Fredi 
Dundee. (Archives) 

2:45 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VII George Szell con- 



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d'jcts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Clif- 
ford Curzon is the piano soloist. Dec. 1 
GLUCK Overture to 'Alceste' 
MOZART Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in B[j, 

K. 595 
STRAUSS Sinfonia Domestica, Op. 54 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
5:30 VOICE AND STRING QUARTET Two works. 
Dec. 5 
THOMSON Stabat Mater (Tourel, mezzo-soprano 

with New Music Quartet) (ML 4491) 6M 
RESPIGHI II Tromonto (Jurinoc, soprano with 
Barylli Quartet) (West XWN 18597) 19m 
6:00 WEILL AND STRAVINSKY Concertos for solo 
instruments with wind orchestra accompaniments. 
Dec. 5 

WEILL Concerto for Violin and Wind Orchestra, 
Op. 12 (Anahid Aiemian, violin with MGM Wind 
Orch/Solomon) (MGM E 3179) 30m 
STRAVINSKY Concerto for Piano and Wind Or- 
chestra (Lipkin, piano with New York Phil Orch/ 
Bernstein) (Col ML 5729) 22m 
7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 CRITICAL VIEWS OF THE NEWS WBAI's news 
editor Robert Potts begins a new series on the 
shortcomings and, occasionally, the successes of 
the news media here and abroad. Dec. 1 
7:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XIII Karel Ancerl con- 
ducts the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra; Vera 
Soukupova is alto soloist. Dec. 4 
HINDEMITH Variations for Orchestra 
MAHLER Kindertotenlieder 
STRAVINSKY Petrushka 
8:45 ART FORUM What Influences Museums, Collec- 
tors and Investors? A symposium held at the 
Metropolitan Museum with Lawrence Alloway of 
the Guggenheim Museum; John I. H. Baur, Whit- 
new Museum; Thomas Folds, Metropolitan Mu- 
seum; Roy Moyer, American Federation of Arts; 
Peter Selz, Museum of Modern Art; Carl J. Wein- 
hardt, Gallery of Modern Art; Carl J. Weinhardt, 
Gallery of Modern Art; and a number of art 
collectors. August Heckscher is the moderator. 
Dec. 3 
10:15 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET William A. 

Kent. Nov. 28 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 REQUIEM BY HINDEMITH The late composer's 
Requiem 'For Those We Love' performed by the 
Vienna Symphony Orchestra under the composer's 
direction with soloists Elisabeth Hongen and Hans 
Broun. Dec. 3 

12:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore presents some 
Southern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. Dec. 3 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

TUESDAY, December 1 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Jon Dussek's harpsichord 
work 'The Sufferings of the Queen of France", 
written on the death of Marie Antoinette; Richard 
Strauss' Divertimento after Couperin; and Werner 
Egk's French Suite after Rameou. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 FLUTE CONCERTOS by Vivaldi, Thomson and 
Brant. For details see Nov. 25 

9:15 CRITICAL VIEWS OF THE NEWS Robert Potts. 
Nov. 30 



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9:30 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VIII An all Stranss 
orchestral concert, in which Herbert von Koraian 
conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, with 
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Lothar Koch as solo- 
ists. Program on Nov. 27 
11 :00 RECOLLECTIONS OF A GREEK ACTRESS Carolyn 
Isber of WGBH in Boston talks with actress Katina 
Poxinou. IWGBHI. Dec. 3 

11 :30 ORCHESTRAL PORTRAITS by Virgil Thomson and 

Sergei Prokofiev. For details see Nov. 24 
12:15 VOICE AND STRINGS Contemporary works by 
Benjamin Britten and Julia Perry. For details see 
Nov. 24 

1 :00 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY II 
That Good Old Intuition. Continuing the thriller 
serial created by Francis Durbrigde and produced 
by Mortyn C. Webster. (BBC) Dec. 4 

1:30 AND WEL'LL PAY PADDY DOYLE FOR HIS 
BOOTS A documentary on the conditions which 
gave rise to the organization of the V^est Coast 
Seaman's Unions, produced by Joan Mclntyre. 
(KPFA) Dec. 2 

2:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XIV I Virtuosi Di Roma 
ploy works by Corelli and Vivaldi. Dec. 5 
CORELLI Concerto Grosso, Op. 6 No. 7 in D; 

Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 4 in D 
VIVALDI Concerto in C; Die Jahrenszeiten ; Con- 
certo Op. 13, No. 11; Concerto in d 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 MUSICAL ROUND ROBIN 1 Three chamber 
works: by Vivaldi; Bach/Vivaldi; and Busoni/ 
Bach. See Nov. 24 

6:05 SPANISH SONGS Conchita Supervia sings 
songs from Spanish zarzuelas (with orchestral, 
and some more intimate Andaiusian songs (with 
piano) . Nov. 24 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 OPINION Hollock Hoffman, Director of the 
Study of Political Affairs at the Center for the 
Study of Democratic Institutions. Dec. 2 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO? Amos and Andy, Fannie 
Brice as Baby Snooks, and Ben Bernie bring bock 
the past in this tenth program produced by 
Leslie Darren at WGBH. Dec. 3 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION 

Gunther Schuller and music from the years 1939- 

40. Dec. 4 

WEBERN Cantata No. 1, Op. 29 

CAGE Imaginary Landscape No. 1 

HINDEMITH Cello concerto 

9:00 THE LAST MINUTE Time saved for programs 
of immediacy prepared after this Folio is printed. 
Dec. 4 

10:00 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

WBAI's own Radio Epic continues towards its sur- 
prising climax. Dec. 4 

10:15 'CONTEMPORARY CHORUS AND STRINGS 

Three diverse works on a new release (Cam- 
bridge CRM 416), performed by the King's Chapel 
Choir of Boston and the Cambridge Festival 
Strings, under Doniel Pinkham's direction. Dec. 3 
NED ROREM Two Psalms and a Proverb 
CHARLES WUORINEN The Prayer of Jonah (Jean 

Lunn, soprano; Jenneke Barton, mezzo-soprano; 

Richard Conrad, tenor; Irving Pearson, bass) 

11m 
WILLIAM FLANAGAN Chapters from Ecclesiastes 

(Barbara Wallace, soprano; Betty Lou Austin, 



contralto; Richard Conrad, tenor; William Dar- 
row, boss) 10m 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 VII The Berlin Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra, conducted by George Szell, 
with Clifford Curzon as soloist. For program see 
Nov. 30 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

WEDNESDAY, December 2 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT The Budapest String 
Quartet ploys two quartets in F major, one by 
Dvorak (Op. 96) and one by Ravel. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 OPERA BY HENZE Scenes from Hans Werner 
Henze's 'Elegy for Young Lovers'. Details on 
Nov. 26 

9:15 OPINION Hollock Hoffman. Dec. 1 

9:30 OPERA FROM THE VIENNA FESTIVAL Daphne 

by Richard Strauss. See Nov. 29 
11:30 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary talks with 
Anthony Amato and Felix Salmaggi. See Nov. 29 
12:30 CAIN a revolutionary drama by Lord Byron 
relates how Coin, having been shown the In- 
exhaustible immensity of the universe and the 
grandeur of pre-Adomite humanity by Lucifer, 
kills Abel, partly from dissatisfaction with the 
politics of paradise, partly because Abel's sacri- 
fice was the more acceptable to the Deity. Byron 
described the play, which was written for read- 
ing, OS 'a pretty piece of imprecation ... in my 
gay metaphysical style'; but it brought down 
on the poet's head a storm he had not expected. 
Produced by R. D. Smith, with John Neville and 
William Devlin; music composed by Elisabeth 
Lutyens, conducted by Marcus Dobs. (BBC) 
Dec. 5 

1:30 MUSIC FOR ANTIGONE AND ANDROMACHE 
Two contemporary works for solo voice and or- 
chestra based on the Greek subjects. Dec. 5 
OBOUSSIER Antigone (Elso Caveiti, contralto 
with L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romonde/Anser- 
meti (Decco LXT 5097) 16m 
BARBER Andromache's Farewell, Op. 39 (Martina 
Arroyo, soprano with New York Phil. Orch/ 
Schippers) (Col ML 5912) 13m 

2:00 CONTEMPORARY POETRY II John Keys intro- 
duced by Paul Blackburn. Dec. 4 

2:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XV Josef Krips conducts 
the Vienna Symphony Orchestro, Teresa Stich- 
Randall is soprano soloist, and Kurt Ropf the 

organist. Dec. 6 
FRANZ SCHMIDT Das Buch mit Sieben Siegein 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 MUSICAL ROUND-ROBIN — II A work by 
Handel followed by a Mozart transcription of 
a Handel overture, followed by Tchaikovsky's 
arrangement of Mozart, followed by Stravinsky's 
re-composing of Tchaikovsky. For details see 
Nov. 27 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 
Correspondent Betty Pilkington presents some 
less-publicized aspects of UN affairs. Dec. 3 

7:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES with Phil Elwood. 

8:00 THIS LITTLE LIGHT II Valley Viev/. Chris Koch's 
second program in this new series on Mississippi 
and the impact there of the 1964 civil rights 
movement examines the life of one community. 
Dec. 3 



8:30 BARBER'S FIRST SYMPHONY, Op. 9 Howard 
Hanson conducts the Eastman-Rochester Sym- 
phony Orchestra. (Merc MG 40014) 21m 
9:00 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER News about WBAI. 

Dec. 6 
9:15 A SHOW OF FORCE The skirmish also heard 

on Nov. 29 
10:15 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. Psychoanalysis 
and the Catholic Church. (KPFA Archives) Dec. 4 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 BUSONI PIANO MUSIC Dec. 4 

Carmen Fantasia (from Bizet) (von Zadoro, 

piano) (Polydor 40460) 7m 
Indianisches Tagebuch (Petri, piano) (Col 590) 
9m 
11:20 BARBER'S SOUVENIRS was originally written 
in a piano four-hand version. It was later or- 
chestrated into the now well-known ballet and, 
finally, it returned to the keyboard in an arrange- 
ment for two pianos. Gold and Fizdale play the 
last version on Columbia SL 198, and the orches- 
tral one is performed by the Philharmonia Orches- 
tra under Efrem Kurtz on Capitol G7146. Dec. 4 
12:00 AND WE'LL PAY PADDY DOYLE FOR HIS BOOTS 
A program about the organization of the West 
Coast Seamen's Unions. Dec. 1 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

THURSDAY, December 3 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Hindemith's Symphonio 
Serena and Bartok's Divertimento for String Or- 
chestra. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 REQUIEM BY HINDEMITH: For Those We 
Love'. More details on Nov. 30 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 
with Betty Pilkington. Dec. 2 

9:30 COUNTRY MUSIC presented by Thom Whit- 
more. Nov. 30 
10:30 BEYOND CONFORMITY A talk by author Win- 
ston White. (Archives) 

10:45 CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE MUSIC Works from 
the 4th Tokyo Contemporary Music Festival held 
in February, 1964. (NHK) 
ISHII Viola Sonata (Edo, viola; Takahashi, piano) 

11m 
MAMIYA String Quartet (Koboyoshi, Ueki, vio- 
lins; Edo, viola; Kuronuma, cello) 18m 
OGURA Sonatine for Strings (Toho Gokuen String 

Orch/Saito) 8m 
MOROI Five Epigrams (ensemble/Wakasugi) 6m 
BEKKU Symphonietta for Strings (Tokyo Solisten) 
16m 

12:00 REMEMBER RADIO? Here again are Amos and 
Andy; Fannie Brice as Baby Snooks; and Ben 
Bernie. Dec. 1 

12:30 *KEMPFF PLAYS BEETHOVEN The Hammerk- 
lavier' piano sonata, and No. 30 in E, played by 
Wilhelm Kempff on a new release. See Nov. 29 

1:30 ART FORUM What Influences Museums, Collec- 
tors and Investors? A symposium held at the 
Metropolitan Museum. More details on Nov. 30 

3:00 'CONTEMPORARY CHORUS AND STRINGS 
Three contrasting works by Ned Rorem, Charles 
Wuorinen and William Flanagan, on a new re- 
lease. For details see Dec. 1 

3:30 THIS LITTLE LIGHT II Valley View. A specific 
community in Mississippi during the past summer. 
Dec. 2 



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some highlights in 

DRAMA. LITERATURE 
AND ART 



Shakespeare's CYMBELINE 

2 p.m. Nov. 25 

Sophocles' ELECTRA 

1 p.m. Nov. 26 4:30 p.m. Nov. 28 

Lord Byron's CAIN 

12:30 p.m. Dec. 2 10:15 p.m. Dec. 5 

ART FORUM 

8:45 p.m. Nov. 30 1 :30 p.m. Dec. 3 

HEY SAILOR, WHAT SHIP? 

3:45 p.m. Nov. 26 8:15 p.m. Nov. 29 

STORIES OF CRONOPIOS AND FAMAS 

8:45 p.m. Nov. 28 9:45 a.m. Nov. 30 

GOLDEN NOTE 

12 m. Dec. 3 4 p.m. Dec. 5 

THE DEATH OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE 

7:30 p.m. Nov. 23 1 :30 p.m. Nov. 27 



4:00 YODELLING IN THE TYROLS with the Karl 
Zaruba Ensemble, Inge and Rudi Meixner, and 
the Furk Yodeler Trio, on Vanguard VRS 9108. 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 ART OF THE FUGUE Bach's fifteen fugues and 
four canons, all on the same theme, were written 
in open score and have been performed on key- 
board instruments, by string quartets and a 
variety of ensembles. This performance is by the 
Cologne Soloists Ensemble under Helmut Miller- 
Bruhl's direction on a German Radio tope. 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS John W. Gardner, 
author of Excellence, State Department con- 
sultant and President of the Carnegie Corpora- 
tion, who talks about the projects and problems of 
directing one of the three largest foundations 
in the United States. He defends their tax ex- 
emption and decries C.I. A. use of foundations 
OS fronts. Dec. 4 

7:45 AVANT GARDE CONCERT — II An electronic 
music concert originally played during the Fall 
Avant Garde Festival at Judson Hall on August 
31, 1964. Dec 5 
TOSHI ICHIYANAGI Live Music with Concert for 

Tape (Ameriron Premiere) 14m 
MARIO DAVIDOVSKY Synchronism No. 1 for Flute 

and Tape (Sollberger, flute) 4m 
YANNIS XENAKIS Diomorphoses 7m 
JAMES TENNEY Ergodos II (Tape, piano and 

percussion) (World Premiere) (Tenney, piono; 

Neuhaus, percussion) 9m 
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MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN Ludlow Blues (Tape, flute, 
alto saxophone and trombone) iBarnette, flute; 
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GYORGY LIGETI Articulations (American Pre- 
miere) 4m 

9:30 CONGRESSMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI Frank 

Smith, born in Mississippi near Greenwood, was 
educated in the state and became a member of 
its Senate in 1947. He was elected to the United 
States Congress in 1950, and re-elected five 
times. Here he discusses his book (Pantheon 
Press), the story of his life in Mississippi, and his 
state, with Norris McNamara. Dec. 4 

10:15 RECOLLECTIONS OF A GREEK ACTRESS Carolyn 
Isber talks with Katina Paxinou. Dec. 1 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 CHAMBER MUSIC performed by great artists 
of past years. For program and players see 
Nov. 29 

12:00 GOLDEN NOTE A program of Negro poetry 
devised by Rosey Pool and recorded at the 
16th Aldeburgh Festival in commemoration of 
the centenary of the Emancipation of the Slave. 
Cleo Laine, Leo Correra, Pearl Nunez and Lloyd 
Reckord read poems by Peter T. Rodgers, James 
Weldon Johnson, Mori Evans, Myron O'Higgins, 
Countee Cullen, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Waring 
Cuney, Robert R. Hoyden, William Browne, 
Horace Julian Bond, Naomi Madgett, Langston 
Hughes, Sterling Brown and Oliver LaGrone. 
(BBC). Dec. 5 

12:30 JAZZ LEGENDS Don Schlitten presents Earl 
Hines' children and qrandchildren. 

1:00 SIGN OFF 



FRIDAY, December 4 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Bach's Concerto for Two 
Pianos in C major, and Reger's Concerto for Piano 
and Orchestra in F minor, Op. 114. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 BUSONI PIANO MUSIC The Carmen Fantasia,- 
and Indionisches Tagebuch. Details on Dec. 2 

8:35 BARBER'S SOUVENIRS was originally written in 
a piano four-hand version. It was later orches- 
trated, and subsequently, re-arranged for two 
pianos. Here ore the orchestral and two-piano 
versions. Details on Dec. 2 

9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS John W. Gardner 
who tall<s about the problems ond projects of one 
of the country's largest foundations, the Carnegie 
Corporation. More details on Dec. 3 

9:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XIII The Prague Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra conducted by Karel Ancerl, 
with Vera Soukupova, alto, perform works by 
Hindemifh, Mahler and Stravinsky. See Nov 30 

1 1 :00 THE LAST MINUTE Dec. 1 

12:00 CHINESE MUSIC recorded for WBAI by Jerry 
Bruck on March 8, 1964 at Asia House. Stephen C. 
Chang sinqs folk sonqs of China — love songs. 



work songs, humorous songs and lullabies — ac- 
companied by P. N. Chang, playing the flute, 
erh-hu and san-hsien,- Josephine Gheng playing 
the yang-sh'in; Y. H. Kao playing the erh-hu; and 
Thomas Ai playing the drum and cymbals. Dec. 6 

1:00 THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN The drama of 
the discovery in 1922 of the richest archaeological 
find of modern times— the tomb of the young 
Pharaoh Tutankhamun who died more than 3,300 
years ago — and of the events which followed. 
Written, compiled, produced and revised by 
Leonard Cottrell. (BBC) Dec. 6 

2:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from the years 1939-40. 
See Dec. 1 

3:00 BOOKS with Kenneth Rexroth. Psychoanalysis 
and the Catholic Church. Dec. 2 

3:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN For 

details of today's episode see Dec. 1 

3:45 CONGRESSMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI Norris 
McNamara talks with Frank Smith, Mississippi 
Senator and U. 5. Congressman, about his home 
state and his life there. More details on Dec. 3 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XVI Georg Soiti con- 
ducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Dec. 5 
JANACEK Sinfonietta 
STRAUSS Don Juan, Op. 20 
BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra 

7:00 NEV/S Robert Potts 

7:15 COMMENTARY Thomas Francis Ritt, free-lance 
writer, former National Director of the Catholic 
Council on Civil Liberties and former board mem- 
ber of the Notional Catholic Social Action Con- 
ference. 

7:45 A KRAINIS CONSORT The Krainis Recorder 
Consort plays works from five centuries of dance 
music for recorders. Details on Nov. 27 

8:30 CAMPAIGN 1964 II William Rusher. This second 
lecture in the series on this year's election cam- 
paign, sponsored by N Y U's Division of General 
Education and its Low School, features the pub- 
lisher of The National Review. Dec. 6 

9:15 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY II 
That Good Old Institution. Dec. 1 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY POETRY II John Keys intro- 
duced by Paul Blackburn. Dec. 2 

10:15 SCIENCE CRITIC Marshall Deutsch discusses 
Chemical Theories of Aging 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Seldom heard music pre- 
sented by Leonard Altman, with comments. 
Dec. 6 

12:00 NEGRO MUSIC Charles Hobson plays records 
generally aimed ot a Negro market although of 
much wider appeal. 

1:00 SIGN OFF 

SATURDAY, December 5 

8:00 VOICE AND STRING QUARTET Works by Thom- 
son and Respighi. Details on Nov. 30 

8:30 WEILL AND STRAVINSKY Concertos for solo 
instruments with wind orchestras. For details see 
Nov. 30 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 



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PROGRAMS FOR 
YOUNG PEOPLE 

4:30 — 5:30 P.M. 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 

"The Women Who Lived Alone" - a story read by 

Mary Alan Hokanson. 
"Orbit One Zero" - a BBC Thriller. Today. Part 

One: 'The Unseeing Eye'. 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 

A Signpost to a Rich Family. 

Orbit One Zero - Part Two: "The Cylinder". 

"Fantissimo, the Musical Horse" — told by Betty 

Garrett. 
James P. Johnson, the Father of the Stride Piano. 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 

Tales from the East - Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
Orbit One Zero - Part Three: "The Power". 
Fredi Dundee reads "Babar's Cousin" by Laurent 
de Brunhotf. 

THRUSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 

Orbit One Zero - Parts Four and Five: "The 
Voices" and "The Frozen World". 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27 

"The Great Elephant Joke" - a Kikiyu Folk Tale 

told by Frank Minion. 

Orbit One Zero — Conclusion: "The Unseen". 
Children's Pieces by Bela Bartok. 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

"The Adventures of Clara Chuff" — A long-time 
favorite from the BBC. Today Parts One and 
Two. Continued Next Saturday. 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 

"The Thunder Bird" — a South American Indian 
Legend read by Mary Alan Hokanson. 

"The Prince and the Pauper" — Mark Twain's story 
with words and music. 

Songs to Grow on — Woody Guthrie. 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1 

A Signpost to a Golden Planet 

"Tubby the Tuba" - told by Jose Ferrer. 

"The Frog Princess" — A Russian Fairy Tale read 

by Peter Gerald. 
Music to Tell a Story By. 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
"Elidor" - A BBC play for Children. 
Ella Jenkins— Songs and Rhythms from Near and 
Far. 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 

"The Wizard of Oz" — from the original movie 

soundtrack. 
Songs by Gilbert and Sullivan sung by Martyn 

Green. 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4 

"Big Drum, Little Drum" — another story told by 
Frank Minion. 

New York City school students perform 'The 
Moment of Decision' adapted from Frank Stock- 
ton's "The Lady or the Tiger". 

Folk Songs for Children. 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

The Adventures of Clara Chuff — Parts Three and 
Four (more next Saturday). 



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10:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XIV I Virtuosi Di Roma 

ploy works by Corelli and Vivaldi. Program on 
Dec. 1 

1:00 A SLIGHT CASE OF OBSCENITY The story of 
how Frederic Warburg, Chairman of a well-known 
London publishing house, found himself facing a 
criminal charge: that of publishing an obscene 
libel. This program relates how he felt about it 
and the outcome of the trial. Produced by Nesta 
Pain. (BBC) 

2:00 JAZZ with Chris Albertson. 

4:00 GOLDEN NOTE A program of Negro poetry re- 
corded at the 16th Aldeburgh Festival. For read- 
ers ond poets see Dec. 3 

4:30 THE BALALAIKA SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA 

Chris Albertson talks with Alexander Kutin, leader 
of a large group of amateur instrumentalists and 
vocalists who hove been entertaining New York- 
ers with rousing balalaika sounds since 1937. The 
group gives a concert at Town Hall this evening,- 
and this program includes recordings of their 
spirited music there and at Carnegie Hall. 

6:00 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC John Amis introduces 
Welsh baritone Gerainf Evans, London critics J. 
W. Lambert and Martin Cooper, and Venezuelan 
Cuatro player Federica Reyna. Nov. 30 

6:30 MUSIC FOR ANTIGONE AND ANDROMACHE 

Robert Oboussier's 'Antigone' and Samuel Bar- 
ber's 'Andromache's Farewell,' each for voice and 
orchestra. Details on Dec. 2 

7:00 NEWS ANALYSIS by Larry Birns, Dec. 6 

7:15 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman. 

8:15 YE GOON SHOW Ye Bandit of Sherwood 
Forest. Beinge ye tale of Wallace Greenslade, 
on itinerant announcer, who was persuaded by 
Robin Hood to join hys (Robin's) bande as second 
sackbuttist and part-time dustman. Harken to ye 
raid on ye outlaw's hideout, ye stalwarts in ye 
deepest dungeon and ye rescue! 

8:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XVI Works by Janacek, 
Strauss and Bartok, played by the Vienna Phil- 
harmonic Orchestra under Georg Solti. For pro- 
gram see Dec. 4 

10:15 CAIN Bryon's play, written in the summer of 
1821, was intended for reading, not for the 
theatre. For more details see Dec. 2 

11:15 AVANT GARDE CONCERT II An electronic 
music concert originally played during the Fall 
Avont Garde Festival at Judson Hall on August 31, 
1964, offering works by Ichiyanogi, Davidovsky, 
Xenokis, Tenney, Berio, Maxfield, Ferrari, Gold- 
stein and Ligefi. For details, see Dec. 3 

1:00 IN SIDE with the Skin Side Outside. Fred Nurd- 
ley and his dozens of cousins mingle with some 
other sharp types, including Chris Albertson, with 
astonishing results. 

3:20 SIGN OFF 



SUNDAY, December 6 

:00 FOSS AND BERNSTEIN The former's String 
Quartet No. 1, and the letter's Symphony No. 2, 
'The Aqp of Anxiety'. Details on Nov. 23 



9:00 SELF-KNOWLEDGE II Action, Relationship, 
Thought. The second in his series of talks by J. 
Krishnamurti, given at Ojoi in 1949. For more 
information see Nov. 29 

9:45 STRAVINSKY IN REHEARSAL William Malloch 
recorded a rehearsal of Stravinsky's new revision 
of his Symphonies of Wind instruments (in mem- 
ory of Debussy). The sound is antique, but the 
impression of what Stravinsky is striving for mu- 
sically comes through clearly enough. A complete 
performance of the work follows the rehearsal. 

10:45 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER Dec. 2 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC presented by Leonord Alt- 
man. Dec, 4 

12:0o'nEWS ANALYSIS by Lorry Birns. Dec. 5 

12:15 CAMPAIGN 1964 II William Rusher. For more 
details see Dec. 4 

1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary talks to pub- 
licist Marilyn Levine about the need for pub- 
licity in an artist's career. 

1:35 TWO OPERAS: Sigurd and The Barber of Se- 
ville. The first in a setting by the French com- 
poser Ernest Reyer; the second in a setting by 
Giovanni Poisiello. 
Reyer SIGURD 
Sigurd Gustavo Botioux 

Brunehild Lyne Cumia 

Hilda Jacqueline Silvy 

Gunther Rene Bianco 

Hogen Felix Gibond 

(with Orchestra and Chorus under Jesus 
Etcheverry) (Orphee IDO-E 51,057/8) 
62m 
Poisiello IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA 

Rosina Elena Rizzieri 

Count Almaviva Juan Oncina 

Bartolo Fernando Copecchi 

Figaro Sesto Bruscantini 

(Ensemble of the Collegium Musicum 
Italicum/Fasano) 2 hrs 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE by the guerilla fighters of 
Alton and Neuweiler, their machetes whirling 
madly. 

6:00 CHINESE MUSIC Folk songs of China, recorded 
specially for WBAI, accomponied on various Chi- 
nese instruments. More detoils on Dec. 4 

7:00 FROM THE CENTER New Utopias: Looking Back- 
ward or Brave New World? Is no group in the 
USA sufficiently moved by the conditions of its 
existence to dream? Michael Harrington, author 
of The Other America, W. H. Ferry, Vice-President 
of the Fund for the Republic, and Frank Keegan, 
Associate Dean of the College of Arts and 
Sciences at Georgetown University, in a lively 
hour of talk about Utopias and cacotopias. Re- 
corded at the Center for the Study of Democratic 
Institutions in Santa Barbara. 

8:00 THE TOMB OF TUTANKHAMUN The story of the 
finding of the unplundered sepulchre of the young 
Egyptian king with its fabulous riches. Dec. 4 

9:00 VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 XV The Vienna Symphony 
Orchestra is directed by Josef Krips, with Teresa 
Stich-Randall, soprano, and Kurt Ropf, organist, 
in a performance of Franz Schmidt's 'Das Buch 
mit Sieben Siegein'. Dec. 2 

11 :00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Ira Gitler. 

12:00 SIGN OFF 



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