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DECEMBER 1-20. 1964 



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Program Folio DECEMBER 7-20, 1964 



Oxford 7-2288 
Vol. 5. I\o. 23 



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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 new recordings. 



MONDAY December 7 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Four four-part songs by 
Hoydn; and Milhoud's 'The Four Seasons'. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 INDIAN OPERA Robindronath Tagore's folk 
opera Shyama', based on a well known Bud- 
dhist legend, utilizes musical forms practiced In 
India for 2,000 years, and is based on the Raga- 
system. Yehudi Menuhin introduces the opera on 
an Odeon release (ALP 1855). The Tagore work is 
followed by songs with Venna accompaniment by 
Swami Vidyananda on Folkways FR 8903. Dec. 17 

9:15 COMMENTARY Thomas Francis Ritt, former Na- 
tional Director of the Catholic Council on Civil 
Liberties, former board member of the National 
Catholic Social Action Conference and currently 
on the staff of The Catholic Worker. 

9:30 THE VIRTUOSO VIOLINIST Ruggiero Ricci ploys 
showpieces by Paganini, with Louis Persinger, 
Ricci's teacher, accompanying at the piano: 'Le 
Streghe' (The Witches' Dance) ; 'A Fantasia on 
the G String'; 'Moto Perpetuo'; 'Variations on 
Nel cor piu mi senlo'. (London LL 10051 Dec. 17 

10:00 FROM THE CFNTER New Utopias: Looking Back- 
ward or Brave New World? Is no group in the 
U.S.A. 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 Sci- 
ences at Georgetown University, in a lively hour 
of talk about Utopias and cocotopias. Recorded 
at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institu- 
tions in Santa Barbara. 

11:00 BEETHOVEN Music for Goethe's 'Egmonf: the 
overture and the complete incidental score per- 
formed by Natania Davroth, soprano, and Wal- 
ther Reyer, speaker, with the Utah Symphony Or- 
chestra under Maurice Abravanel. (Van 1101) 
Dec. 18 

11:45 CONVERSATION WITH A DUTCH ACTOR Henk 
van Ulsen, who has played many roles in mony 
languages throughout the world, discusses motion 
pictures and theater in The Netherlands with 
Herbert Feinstein. Dec. 11 

12:15 TEACHER-PIANISTS llona Kobos and Rosina 
Lhevinne are best known, as teachers — but they 
nre also performers. Dec. 18 
LISZT Variations on the Prelude 'V^einen, Klagen' 

(Kabos, piono) (Bariok BRS 910) 16m 
MOZART Piano Concerto No. 21 in C, K. 467 

(Lhevinne, piano with Juilliard Orch/Morel) 

(Col ML 5582) 



1 :00 SCIENCE CRITIC Chemical theories of aging dis- 
cussed by Marshall Deutsch. 

1 :30 STEPPENWOLF The Expressionist novel by Nobel 
Prize winner, Hermann Hesse, in the translation 
by Basil Creighton (Unger). This is the first of 
sixteen ports, read by Bob Alexander assisted by 
Berjourie Bowler. (KPFA) 

2:00 UNCLE SHELBY'S ABZ BOOK Shel Silverstein's 
anti-children book is produced and read by Dana 
Cannon. (KPFA) Dec. 9 

2:15 SALZBURG FESTIVAL IX A concert of music by 
Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven, ployed by the 
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under Karl Bohm. 
Dec. 9 

MOZART Symphony in G minor, K. 550 
STRAUSS Don Juan, Op. 20 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 in A major. Op. 92 

4:00 THE GOON SHOW Ye Bandit of Sherwood 
Forest How Wallace Greenslade joined ye 
bonde of Robin Hood and was placed under 
locke, key and sinker by ye Sheriff. 

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

5:30 'INDIAN' MUSIC The first work is on a new re- 
lease. Dec. 15 

•BUSONI Indian Fantasy, Op. 44 (Mitchell, piano 
with Vienna State Opera Orch/Strickland) 
(Decca DL 710100) 22m 
MACDOWELL Suite No. 2 in e. Op. 48 ('Indian') 
(Eastman-Rochester Sym/Hanson) (Mer MG 
40009) 33m 

6:30 ROSEN PLAYS STRAVINSKY The Serenade in A 
and Sonata for Piano (1924) performed by Charles 
Rosen on Epic LC 3792. Dec. 8 

7:00 news' Robert Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del, tronslator from the Soviet press and author of 
several books on the U.S.S.R. Dec. 8 

7:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES with Phil Elwood. 

8:00 RACE AND LITERATURE IN ENGLAND AND THE 
INDIES George Lamming, West Indian novelist, 
author of In the Castle of My Skin and other 
novels, talks about the problems and pleasures 
of being a novelist and a West Indian in contem- 
porary England in an interview with Ted Roszak, 
editor of Peace News. Dec. 8 

9:00 HOVHANESS' SAINT VARTAN SYMPHONY is in 

five parts, subdivided inot twenty-four sections. 
The mosaic texture that results from this elabo- 
rately sectional work invokes a Byzantine quality. 
Carlos Surinnrh lends the MGM Chamber Orrhes 



tra in this MGM recording (E 3453) . Dec. 15 
9:45 ART FORUM The Cubist Decade, Then and Now. 

A lecture by Jacques Barzun given at the Guggen- 
heim Museum during the Albert Gleizes exhibi- 
tion. Dec. 9 
10.45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
H:00 STRAVINSKY-INFLUENCED MUSIC Three worlds 
utilizing Strcvinskian principles. Dec. 16 
HAIEFF Symphony No. 2 (Boston Sym/Munch) 

(Vic LM23521 19m 
BARBER Capricorn Concerto (for flute, oboe, trum- 
pet and strings) (Eastman-Rochester Sym/Han- 
sonl (MerMG 50224) 15m 
DAHL The Tower of Saint Barbara (Louisville 
Orch/Whitney) (LOU 562) 24m 
12:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Tom Whitmore presents some 

Southern, bluegrass and hillbilly music. Dec. 9 
12:30 'MUSIC FOR HARP Niconor Zabaleta plays on 
a new release. (DGG LPM 18 890) Dec. 9 
CORELLI Sonata in d 
SPOHR Variations for Harp, Op. 36 
ALBENIZ Sonata in D; Malaguena 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

TUESDAY, December 8 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT A Haydn piano sonata; 
Bach's Suite No. 1 in C; and Hindemith's Sonata 
for Solo Violin, Op. 31 No. 1, 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 
8:15 TWO SYMPHONIES Dec. 10 

•HAYDN Symphony No. 83 in g ('The Hen') (New 
York Philharmonic/Bernstein] (Col ML 6009) 21m 
TOSHIRO MAYUZUMI Nirvana-Symphonie (NHK 
Symphony and Chorus/Wilhelm Schuchter) 
(Time 58004) 34m 
9:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS by William Man- 
del. Dec. 7 



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9:30 WHO WROTE SHAKESPEARE? Rene Cutforth, 
well-known broadcaster and writer questions sup- 
porters of claims that Francis Bacon, Christopher 
Marlowe, William Stanley, Edward de Vere, 
Queen Elizabeth I and Edward VI, among others, 
wrote the plays and sonnets. (BBC) Dec. 13 
10:00 ROSEN PLAYS STRAVINSKY The Serenade in A 
and the Sonata for Piano (1924) performed by 
Charles Rosen on Epic LC 3792. Dec. 7 

10:30 AN OUTSIDE AGITATOR Ben Legere was proud 
of being one for each of the dozen or so unions 
he joined and worked for. In this reminiscence he 
talks about some of his activities on behalf of the 
IWW and the Canadian One Big Union. (KPFA) 
Dec. 10 
11 :00 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 3 
The Ring. Continuing the thriller-serial of radio's 
most famous sleuth, Paul Temple and his wife 
Steve Trent. (BBC). Dec. 12 
11 :30 ETUDES FOR PIANO Dec. 17 

CHOPIN Eight Etudes from Op. 10 (Arrou, piano) 

(Ang 35413) 19m 
DEBUSSY Etudes, Book 1 (Ericourt, piano) (Kapp 

9068) 21m 
THOMSON Ten Etudes for Piano (Schapiro, 
piano) (DL4083) 18m 
12:30 RACE AND LITERATURE IN ENGLAND AND THE 
INDIES Novelist George Lamming talks with Ted 
Roszak. See Dec. 7. 
1 :30 STEPPENWOLF Part 2 of this radio version of the 

Expressionist novel by Hermann Hesse. 
2:00 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN Will 
Gamma's citizenship be threatened if he accepts 
the rumored knighthood? Dec. 11 
2:15 EFFORT NOTATION An interview with Irmgard 
Bartenieff who discusses a new tool for the arts 
and sciences with Baird Searles. Dec. 12 
3:00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL X An all-Brahms lieder 



YOU CAN STILL BUY A CIGAR FOR A NICKEL - 
BUT WOULD YOU SMOKE IT? 

The price we pay for our pleasures and luxuries has kept well up with rising 
costs in most other areas. If high standards of quality in a luxury product are not 
maintained on a superior level, it becomes a poor substitute and no longer gives 
us pleasure or pride. 

High standards in broadcasting, as an ideological principle, depend upon 
a number of very non-ideological realities: financial obligations and the costs 
of mechanical operation. WBAI has been operating under the most stringent 
conditions of austerity for some time now, and we must not take those steps 
which would compromise our quality. Pacifica Foundation has asked that we 
follow the example of KPFK, our sister station in Los, Angeles, California, and 
raise our sponsorship minimum from $12.00 to $15.00 o year. This new tax- 
deductible rate will be effective as of midnight on January 12th, 1965 ~ WBAI's 
fifth anniversary of listener-sponsored broadcasting in New York. 

WBAI is a luxury for you, our sponsors who support it because you consider 
your lives richer, fuller and more satisfying as a consequence of your listening 
pleasure. We are dedicated to sustain and encourage the freshness, variety and 
vitality of our broadcasts for your future enjoyment. 



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program sung by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, with 
Gerald Moore at the piano. Dec. 12 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 MOVIE MUSIC BY PROKOFIEV Dec. 16 

Lieutenant Kiie Suite (Philharmonic Orch/Leins- 

dorf with Dan Lordachescu, baritone) (Cap 

P8508) 20m 
Alexander Nevsky (Legostoyeva, mezzo-soprono 

with Chorus and Orch of USSR State Radio/ 

Samosud) (West SWN 181441 40m 

6:30 'MUSIC FOR PIANO AND BAND Friedrich 
Guide's career as a jazz pianist is augmented, in 
this new release, by his gifts as a composer-con- 
ductor. The three movement work, entitled Music 
for Piano and Bond' combines the pianist's virtu- 
osity with his unique feeling for jazz. (Col CL 
2251) Dec. 18 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Commander Sir 
Stephen King-Hall's fortnightly analytical report, 
prepared specially for Pacifica Radio. Dec. 9 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO? Selections from Terry and 
the Pirates, Lorenzo Jones, and FDR's speeches 
evoke nostalgia in this eleventh program In the 
series produced by Leslie Darren for WGHB-FM. 
Dec. 10 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from the years 1940-41. 
Dec. 11 

COPLAND Quiet City 
WEBERN Variations for Orchestra 
HONEGGER Symphony No. 2 for Strings 

9:00 THE LAST MINUTE Time left open for programs 
of immediacy prepored after this Folio is printed. 
Dec. 11 



10:00 SYMPHONY FOR CLASSICAL ORCHESTRA Har- 
old Shapero's vigorous neo-classicism is inter- 
preted by Leonard Bernstein leading the Colum- 
bia Symphony Orchestra on Columbia ML 4889. 
Dec. 14 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
1 1 :00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL — XI A concert of music by 
Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin, Gounod and Strauss. 
Van Cliburn is the piano soloist and the Salzburg 
Wind Instrument Society is under the direction of 
Rudolf Klepac. Dec. 12 
BRAHMS Klavierstucke, Op. 118 
BEETHOVEN Sonata in F minor, Op. 57 

(Appossionata) 
CHOPIN Serenade in B minor. Op. 58 
GOUNOD Petit Symphonic in B flat major 
STRAUSS Serenade for 13 Wind Instruments in E 
flat major. Op. 7 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

WEDNESDAY, December 9 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT A Beethoven song cycle 
sung by Eleanor Steber; a Fantasia for Glass 
Harmonica by Tomaschek; and Roy Harris' Third 
Symphony. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 'SCHUBERT MASS The Mass No. 6 in E flat, 
heard in a new release with Frederic Woldman 
conducting the Musica Aeterna Chorus and Or- 
chestra and soloists Helen Boatwright, Betty 
Allen, Alva Tripp, Leo Goeke, and Chester Wat- 
son on Decca DL 79422. Dec. 14 

9:15 KING-HALL LONDON LETTER Dec. 8 

9:30 TWO OPERAS: Sigurd and The Barber of Seville. 
The former is heard in a setting by the French 
composer, Ernest Reyer; the latter in one by 
Giovanni Paisiello. 



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REYER: Sigurd 

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Brunehild Lyne Cumia 

Hilda Jacqueline Silvy 

Gunther Rene Blonco 

Hagen Felix Giboud 

(with chorus and orchestra under Jesus Etche- 
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PAISIELLO 11 Barbiere di Siviglia 

Rosino Elena Rizzieri 

Count Almaviva Juan Oncina 

Bartolo Fernando Capecchi 

Figaro Sesto Bruscanini 

(Ensemble of the Collegium Musicum Italicum/ 
Fasano) 2 hrs. 
12:55 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvory talks to publi- 
cist Marilyn Levine about the need for publicity 
in an artist's career. 
1:30 STEPPENWOLF Part 3 of the novel by Hermann 

Hesse. 
2:00 COUNTRY MUSIC presented by Tom Whitmore. 

Dec. 7 
2:30 'MUSIC FOR HARP Niconar Zobaleta plays 
works by Corelli, Spohr and Albeniz. For details 
see Dec. 7. 
3:00 ART FORUM The Cubist Decade, Then and Now. 

A lecture by Jacques Borzun. See Dec. 7 
4:00 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC 1 

Works by Jean Absil. Dec. 12 
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
5:30 SHAKESPEARE MUSIC BY BERLIOZ See Dec. 20 
6:30 'HARP AND ORCHESTRA A new release with 
harpist Marie-Claire Jomet and the Paul Kuentz 
Chamber Orchestra on Vox PL 12.730. Dec. 18 
DEBUSSY Danses Sacrees et Profanes 9m 
BOIELDIEU Harp Concerto in C 22m 
7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS by 
special correspondent Betty Pilkington, who dis- 
cusses some aspects of UN affairs overlooked by 
the mass media. Dec. 10 
7:30 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER Dec. 13 
7:45 THEATRE REVIEW Isaiah Sheffer reviews current 
theatrical productions. Dec. 10 

8:00 THIS LITTLE LIGHT III Harmony. The third pro- 
gram in a series on Mississippi during the sum- 
mer of 1964. This one explores a leading Negro 
community, one which instituted the Leak County 
desegregation school suit. The series is produced 
by Chris Koch from recordings made in Missis- 
sippi. Dec. 10 

8:30 LIKE A BUTTERFLY'S WING A program on the 
poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay, including read- 
ings of some of her poems. (WGHB) Dec. 1 1 

9:00 A SHOW OF FORCE A recorded repeat broad- 
cast of last Sunday's live explosion planted and 
set off by Richara C. Neulweiler and Bill Alton. 



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10:00 MORE STOCKHAUSEN This interview between 
Stockhausen and David Berger took place in 
Cologne. It is followed by performances of his 
music, including 'Study No. 1', 'Study No. 2', and 
'Gesang der JiJnglinge'. Dec. 14 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 SALZBURG FESTIVAL IX The Vienna Philharmonic 
Orchestra under Karl Bohm. Program on Dec. 7 

12:45 UNCLE SHELBY'S ABZ BOOK Shel Silverstein's 
anti-children book, produced and read by Dana 
Cannon. Dec. 7 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

THURSDAY, December 10 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT A one-act comic opera 
by Cluck (Der Betrogene Kadi) is followed by 
Stravinsky's 'Four Etudes for Orchestra'. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 MOZART'S 'A LITTLE MASON CANTATA, writ- 
ten in 1791, is his last complete work. It is per- 
formed by tenors Kurt Equiluz and Friedrich 
Graupe, and bass Franz Wimmer, with the Vienna 
Symphony Orchestra and Academy Choir under 
MaxGoberman. (LRM 503) Dec. 15 

8:35 MOTETS BY BRAHMS AND BRUCKNER German 
a capella choral works performed by the Stuttgart 
Madrigal Choir under Wolfgang Gonnenwein on 
Cantate 640 230. Dec. 15 

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

9:30 THE CONFEDERACY A comedy by John Van- 
brugh, as it was acted in 1705, depicts a society 
rebelling against puritanism, and all that it holds 
sacred, in strong and witty language. (BBC) 
Dec. 20 



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10:30 THIS LIHLE LIGHT III Harmony. This program 
explores a leading Negro community in Missis- 
sippi during the summer of 1964. Dec. 9 

11:00 MAHLER'S SECOND SYMPHONY in a perform- 
ance by the Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus 
conducted by Otto Klemperer, with Heather Har- 
per, soprano and Janet Baker, contralto. (BBC) 

1:00 REMEMBER RADIO? II Here are selections from 
Terry and the Pirates, Lorenzo Jones and FDR's 
speeches. Dec. 8 

1:30 STEPPENWOLF Part 4 of the novel by Hermann 
Hesse. 

2:00 VIENNA FESTIVAL XVII Soloists Fritz Wunder- 
lich, tenor, and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone, 
witfi the Vienna Symphony Orchestra directed by 
Josef Krips. Dec. 1 1 
SCHUBERTSymphony No. 3 
MAHLER Das Lied von der Erde 

3:45 THEATRE REVIEV/ by Isaiah Sheffer. Dec. 9 

4:00 CONTEMPORARY POETRY III The poems of 
Louis Zukovsky introduced and read by Paul 
Blackburn. Dec. 13 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 'MORE NEW VIVALDI The epidemic spreads. 

This time the performers are I Solisti di Zagreb 

under Antonio Janigro on Bach Guild BG 665. 

Concerto in G for Tv^o Mandolins, Strings and 
Organ (Ganoci and Pavlinek mandolins) 11m 

Concerto in g ('La Notte') for Flute, Bassoon, 
Strings and Harpsichord (Baker, flute; Hoff- 
man, bassoon) 10m 

Concerto in A for Strings and Harpsichord 8m 

Concerto in g for Bassoon, Strings and Harpsi- 
chord (Klepac, bassoon) 11m 

Concerto in C for Violin, Strings and Harpsi- 
chords ('Per La SS. Assunzione di Maria Ver- 
gine'l (Stanic, violin) 

6:30 MUSIC FOR V/IND INSTRUMENTS Two works 

by Stravinsky, in contrasting moods. Dec. 17 

STRAVINSKY Symphonies of Wind Instruments 

(1920-21) (Eastman Symphonic Wind Ensemble/ 

Fennell) (Mer MG 50143) 9m 

STRAVINSKY Octet for Wind Instruments (1922) 

(Wind Group/Stravinsky) (Col ML 5672) 15m 

7:00 NEV^S Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Thomas Aitken, Jr., 

vice-president of Infoplan, and author of 'Poet 
in the Fortress". He talks about the early youth 
and later career of Puerto Rico's architect of 
commonwealth and first elected Governor, Luis 
Mufioz Marin. Dec. 11 

8:00 STRAVINSKY IN REHEARSAL In 1947, William 
Malloch recorded a rehearsal of Stravinsky's new 
revision of his Symphonies of Wind Instruments 

(in memory of Debussy). The sound is antique, but 
the picture of what Stravinsky is striving for musi- 
cally comes through clearly enough. It is followed 
by a complete performance of the work. 

9:00 BENTLEY ON BRECHT The Manual of Piety. 
Lesson 1: 'Petitions'. The first of four programs 
in which Eric Bentley sings and reads the five 
lessons. The music is by Stefan Wolpe. Dec. 11 

9:45 THE CHRISTIAN VOCATION A discussion of 
the Christian clergy and layman in the modern 
world. The panel is composed of Chris Kearns, 
of The Catholic Worker; James Forest, chairman 
of the Catholic Peace Fellowship,- Father Philip 
Bernigan, Professor of Epiphany Apostolic Col- 



lege; and Thomas Francis Ritt, also of The Catho- 
lic Worker. Dec. 13 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 TWO SYMPHONIES One by Haydn and a con- 
temporary Japanese symphony. Details on Dec. 8 
12:00 AN OUTSIDE AGITATOR Details on Dec. 8 
12:30 JAZZ LEGENDS Noted jazz authority and rec- 
ord producer Don Schlitten presents The Legend- 
ary Johnny Dodds. 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

FRIDAY, December 1 1 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Bach's English Suite in 

A minor; and Schumann's Second Symphony. 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 CONTEMPORARY FINNISH MUSIC from the 
Finnish Radio Dec. 19 

ERIK BERGMAN The Birds (Soloists, percussion 
instruments and electronic effects with the 
Akademiska Saengfoereningen/ Berg man) 
JOONAS KOKKONEN Sinfonio do Camera (Lu- 
cerne Festival Strings) 
AULIS SALLINEN Variations for Cello and Or- 
chestra (Seppo Laomanen, cello, with Fin- 
nish Radio Sym Orch/Ehrling) 
OTTO DONNER Cantata Profono (Soloists with 
the Stephen Porthman Ensemble) 
9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Thomas Aitken, Jr., 
vice-president of Infoplan, who talks about 
Luis Murioz Marin. See Dec. 10 




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10:00 'WOLF'S ITALIAN SONGBOOK, the Italieni- 
sches Liederbuch, is heard in a new release per- 
formed by soprano Erna Berger and baritone 
Hermann Prey with pianist Gijnther Weissenborn 
onVoxLDL532. Dec. 19 
11:15 THE LAST MINUTE Dec. 8 

12:15 BENTLEY ON BRECHT The Manual of Piety: 
Lesson 1 : 'Petifitlons'. See Dec. 10 

1:00 NUBIAN MUSIC Hamzo El Din accompanying 
himself on the Oud, sings a group of traditional 
Nubian songs on Vanguard VRS 9164. Dec. 18 

1 :30 STEPPENWOLF Part 5 of the novel by H. Hesse. 

2:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller and music from the years 1940-41. 
For program see Dec. 8 

3:00 LIKE A BUTTERFLY'S WING A program from 
WGBH in Boston on the poetry of Edna St. Vin- 
cent Millay, including some poems. Dec. 9 

3:30 BELTRAFFIO by Henry James, adapted as a 
play for radio with a peculiarly Jamesion horror, 
a 'respectable' infanticide. (BBC) Dec. 13 

4:00 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC II 
Francis de Bourguignon. Dec. 13 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 HAWAIIAN COMPOSER: Dal-Keong Lee His 
Symphony No. 1, cast in a Hindemithian mold, is 
contrasted with his 'Polynesian Suite' on a new 
CRI release (1951] performed by the NiJrnberg 
Symphony Orchestra under George Barati. Dec. 17 

6:05 PIANO RECITAL Gloria Whitney, young Phiio- 
delphian pianist, plays a highly varied program 
recorded last season specially for WBAI. Dec. 18 
SCHOENBERG Three Piano Pieces, Op. 11 15m 
IVES Three Page Sonata 7m 
WOLPE Dance in Form of a Chaconne 3m 
BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 21 in C, Op. 53 (Wald- 
steln) 24m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 OPINION Dr. Fred Exner, Conservative, radiolo- 
gist, fluoridation expert, and jazz buff. Dec. 14 

7:45 CONVERSATION WITH A DUTCH ACTOR Henk 
van Ulsen with Herbert Feinstein. Dec. 7 

8:15 VIENNA FESTIVAL XVII A concert of music by 
Schubert and Mahler. See Dec. 10 

10:00 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN He 
again gives evidence of his seemingly super- 
human sovoir-foire. Dec. 8 

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Dec. 9th 8 p.m. Dec. 10th 10:30 a.m. 

IV The Invasion 

Dec. 16th 8 p.m. Dec. 17th 3:30 p.m. 

RACE AND LITERATURE IN 
ENGLAND AND THE INDIES 

Dec. 7th 8 p.m. Dec. 8th 12:30 p.m. 

Krishnamurti SELF-KNOWLEDGE: 
Beliefs, Seeking 

Dec. 13th 9:15 a.m. 

Simplicity, Ennui, Impulses 

Dec. 20th 9 a.m. 

THE CHRISTIAN VOCATION 

Dec. 10th 9:45 p.m. Dec. 13th 11:30 a.m. 

THE FACE OF THE COMING FASCISM 

Dec. 16fh 9:30 a.m. Dec. 17th 8:35 p.m. 

HOLLOW DREAM 

Dec. 12th 11 :30 p.m. Dec. 15th 12n 

VIOLENCE AND LOVE 

Dec 16th 3:45 p.m. Dec. 19th 10 p.m. 

FROM THE CENTER: 
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Dec. 7th 10 a.m. 

A Socialist Knight at the Center 

Dec. 13th 7 p.m. Dec. 14th 1 1 :30 a.m. 



10:15 NUTRITON Dr. Marshall Deutsch discusses pro- 
tein requirements. Dec. 14 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Seldom heard music intro- 
duced and presented by Leonard Altman. 
Dec. 13 

12:00 NEGRO FOLK MUSIC Charles Hobson and the 

music of Calypso singer The Mighty Sparrow. 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

SATURDAY, December 12 

8:00 THE CHANGING FACE OF STRAVINSKY Wil- 
liam Malloch presents a program sliowing how 
performance attitudes toward Stravinsky's music 
(including those of the composer himself) have 
changed through the years, (KPFK) Dec. 17 
9:00 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC 1 

V^orks by Jean Absil. Dec. 9 
9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 
10:45 SALZBURG FESTIVAL XI Works by Brahms, Bee- 
thoven, Chopin, Gounod and Strauss played by 
Van Clibern, pianist, and the Salzburg Wind 
Instrument Society under the direction of Rudolf 
Klepac. Dec. 8 
12:45 PROTEUS, a satirical comedy in two acts by 
Paul Claudel: with John Sharp as Proteus; Fenella 



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Fielding as The nymph Bryony; Tony Britton os 
MeneiouS; June Tobin and Helen,- and Denis 
Blokelock OS a sort of satyr-major-domo. (BBC) 

2:00 JAZZ with Soundra Sharp 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET by William 
A Kent of H. M. Frumkes & Co. Dec. 14. 

4:30 MUSIC BY REVUELTAS 

Homage to Garcia Lorca (MGM Chomber Orch/ 

Surinach) (MGM E3496) 14m 
Three Pieces for Violin ond Piano (Anohid and 

Aiemian) |MGME3180| 8m 
Sensemoya (New York Philhormonic/Bernsteinl 
(Col ML 5914) 7m 
5:00 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 

3 The Ring. See Dec. 8 
5:30 AVANT GARDE CONCERT III Third in a series 
of concerts recorded by WBAl this fall at Judson 
Holl. Cellist Charlotte Moorman is ossisted by 
pianist Nam June Poik and soprano saxophonist 
Terry Jennings. In the cage opus she utilizes not 
only her cello, but additional whistles, chains, 
balloons (for breokingl, etc. with recorded sup- 
plements such as the Queen Mary's departure 
blast and sounds from Big Ben. In Stockhcusen's 
'Plus-Minus', Miss Moorman is assisted by a full- 
sized robot named Robot Opera, built by Nam 
June Paik. Dec. 17 
EARLE BROWN Synergy (World Premiere) (Tape 

and Cello) 5m 
JOHN CAGE 26' 1.1499" for a String Player 30m 
(with rubatos) 



GUISEPPE CHIARI Per Arco (American Premiere) 

(for tape and reactions of a cellist) 11m 
KORLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN Plus-Minus (realized 

by Poik) (World Premiere) 6m 
TERRY JENNINGS Piece for Cello and Saxophone 

(the composer ploys soxophone) 3m 
TOSHI ICHIYANAGI Duet II (American Premiere) 
13m 
7:00 OLD JAZZ with Chris Albertson 
8:00 THE GOON SHOW The Dreaded Batter Pod- 
ding Hurler. How young Ned Seogoon tracked 
down the Traitor who caused such havoc during 
the blackout of 1941. Dec. 14 
8:30 UNITED NATIONS DAY CONCERT Recorded 
at the General Assembly on October 24, 1964. 
Isaac Stern is the violin soloist with Georg Soiti 
leading the London Symphony Orchestra. The 
concert concludes with on address by UN Sec- 
retory-General U Thant. Dec. 14 
BLISS Three Dances from 'Checkmate' 9m 
BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1 in g (Stern, violin) 

23m 
BRITTEN Variations and Fugue on a Theme of 
Purcell 16m 
9:30 EFFORT NOTATION An interview with Irmgord 

Bortenieff. Dec. 8 
10:15 SALZBURG FESTIVAL X Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 
sings Brahms lieder. Dec. 8 

11:30 HOLLOW DREAM An extended interview with 

on ex-heroin-addict in Hong Kong, produced by 

Patricio Pern for Radio Hong Kong. (KPFA) Dec 15 

1:00 IN SIDE Chris Albertson s weekly smorgasbord. 

3:30 SIGN OFF 



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8:00 HINDEMITH'S 'DAS MARIENLEBEN" (Life of 
the Virgin Mary) on poems by Rilke, is per- 
formed by soprano Frances James with pianist 
George Brough. (Lyr LL 97) Dec. 18 

9:15 SELF-KNOWLEDGE III Beliefs, Seeking. The 

third in a series of talks by J. Krishnamurti on 
the pursuit of self-knowledge, given at Ojai in 
1949. A lecturer and teacher throughout the 
world for over forty years, Krishnamurti is wide- 
ly respected for his psychological insights. (KPFK 
Archives) 
10:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC by Leonard Altman. Dec. 11 
11 :00 WHO WROTE SHAPESPEARE? See Dec. 8 

11:30 THE CHRISTIAN VOCATION A panel discus- 
sion. Details on Dec. 10 

12:30 CONTEMPORARY POETRY ill Louis Zukovsky. 
See Dec. 10 

1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvarys guests are 
Dorothy Pattison, English stage director and 
opera teacher,- and Martin Rich, associate con- 
ductor at the Metropolitan Opera. Dec. 16 

1:50 'HANDEL'S BELSHAZZAR A new recording of 
the oratorio with the Stuttgart Memorial Church 
Choir and Orchestra of the Stuttgart Kirchenmu- 
siktage under the young German conductor Hel- 
muth Rilling. (VOX VBX 209) Dec. 16 

Nitocris Sylvia Stohlman, soprano 

Belshazzor Wilfred Jochims, tenor 

Cyrus Helen Raab, contralto 

Daniel Heidrun Ankersen, contralto 

Gobrias; Messenger Helge Birkeland, bass 

4:20 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER Dec. 9 

4:30 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC II 

Francis de Bourguignon. Dec. 11 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE in the most ramshackle 
military tradition: tactics and strategy from the 
nightmares of Richard C; Neuweiler and Bill Al- 
ton, carried out by themselves and other figments 
of their imaginations. 

6:00 A CONCERT FROM THE THIRTY-NINTH HASLE- 
MERE FESTIVAL performed by members and pu- 
pils of the Dolmetsch family, with Ian Wilson, 
oboe soloist, and Christopher Wood, harpsi- 
chord. (BBC) Dec. 19 

TELEMANN Overture in C major for recorders, 
flute, oboe, bassoon, strings and harpsichord. 
LOEILLET Suite in A major for harpsichord 
ALBINONI Concert No. 12 in C, for oboe and 

strings 
VIVALDI Concerto in D major. Opus 3 No. 3 (II 

Cordellino) 
CABEZON Fantasy for five viols on the tradi- 
tional theme 'Suzanne un Jour'. 

7.00 FROM THE CENTER A Socialist Knighf af the 
Center. W. H. Ferry, Vice-President of the Fund 
for the Republic, asks his guest Sir Jock Camp- 
bell how he reconciles his capitalist role as 
Chairman of Booker Bros. McConnell Co. Ltd., the 
largest commercial-industrial interest in British 
Guiana, with his socialist political views. Dec. 14 

8:00 THE WORLD'S GREAT STAGE by Calderon. 

This highly poetic work translates complex theo- 
logical and moral arguments into a dramatic alle- 
gory. (BBC) See Dec. 19 

9:00 VIOLIN AND CELLO Dec. 15 

KODALY Duo for Violin and Cello, Op. 7 (Hei- 

fetz, Piatigorsky) (Vic LM 2550) 24m 
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MUSIC 

SALZBURG FESTIVAL 1964 

IX Dec. 7th 2:15 p.m. Dec. 9th 11 p.m. 

X Dec. 8th 3 p.m. Dec. 12th 10:15 p.m. 
X! Dec. 8th 11 p.m. Dec. 12th 10:45 a.m. 

VIENNA FESTIVAL 1964 

XVII Dec. 10th 2 p.m. Dec. 11 th 8:15 p.m. 

XVIII Dec. 14th 9:45 a.m. Dec. 19th 10:45 a.m. 

XIX Dec. 14th 2 p.m. Dec. 16th 11 :15 p.m. 

XX Dec. 15th 2 p.m. Dec. 20th 6:15 p.m. 

RECITALS: 

Raymond Lewenthal 

Dec. 14th 7:30 p.m. Dec. 16th 2 p.m. 

Gloria Whitney 

Dec. 11th 6:05 p.m. Dec. 18th 9:15 a.m. 

CONTEMPORARY FINNISH MUSIC 

Dec. 11th 8:15 a.m. Dec. 19th 10:45 p.m. 

UNITED NATIONS DAY CONCERT 

Dec. 12th 8:30 p.m. Dec. 14th 8:15 a.m. 

AVANT GARDE CONCERT III 

Dec. 12fh 5:30 p.m. Dec. 17th 11 a.m. 

STRAVINSKY IN REHEARSAL 

Dec. 10th 8 p.m. 

THE CHANGING FACE OF STRAVINSKY 

Dec. 12th 10 a.m. Dec. 16th 9:30 p.m. 

OPERAS 

Tagore'i SHYAMA 

Dec. 7th 8:15 a.m. Dec. 17th 1 1 p.m. 

SIGURD and THE BARBER OF SEVILLE 

Dec. 9th 9:30 a.m. 

Berlioz' BEATRICE AND BENEDICT 

Dec. 20th 2 p.m. 



Greenhouse) 1IRMS1123) 18m 
9:45 HENRY OF ANJOU A portrait of King Henry II, 

compiled by Nesto Pain. (BBC) 
10:30 BELTRAFFIO An adaptation of Henry James' 

'The Author of Beltroffio'. See Dec. 11 
11 :00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ with Dan Morgenstern 
12:00 SIGN OFF 

MONDAY, December 14 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Beethoven's Archduke' 

Trio; and Ives' Third Symphony. 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 
8:15 UNITED NATIONS DAY CONCERT Recorded at 

the UN on October 24, 1964. For Details see Dec. 12 

9:15 OPINION Dr. Fred Exner. Dec. 11 

9:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL XVIII A concert of orchestral 
works by Webern, Ravel, Dvorak, and Smetono; 
Ivan Morovic pianist, with the Prague Philhar- 
monic Orchestra conducted by Vaclav Neumann. 
Dec. 19 

11:30 FROM THE CENTER A Socialist Knighf ot the 



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Center. W. H. Ferry and Sir Jock Campbell. See 
Dec. 13 
12:30 BRESS PLAYS BLOCH The Canadian violinist 
is heard performing Ernst Bloch's 'Violin Sonata' 
on Folkways FM 3357. Dec. 16 

1:00 NUTRITION Protein requirements by Dr. Mar- 
shall Deutsch. Dec. 11 

1 :30 STEPPENWOLF Port 6 of the novel by Hermann 
Hesse, More details on Dec. 7 

2:00 VIENNA FESTIVAL XIX The Prague Philharmonic 
Orchestra conducted by Karel Ancerl. Dec. 16 
KLUSAK Variations on a Theme of Gustov Mahler 



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DEBUSSY La Mer 
MAHLER Symphony No. 1 in D major 

3:45 THE GOON SHOW The Dreaded Boffer Pud- 
ding Hurler. How the Hurler was finally cornered 
in North Africa by young Ned Seogoon. Dec. 12 

4:15 THE BABY'S FAMILY by Heitor Villa-Lobos, 
played on the Siena pianoforte by Morisa Re- 
gules. 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 SYMPHONY FOR CLASSICAL ORCHESTRA Har- 
old Shapero's vigorous neo-classicism. See Dec. 8 

6:15 MORE STOCKHAUSEN An interview with the 
composer, and some of his music. Dec. 9 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 CRITICAL VIEWS OF THE NEWS by Robert 
Potts, Dec. 15 

7:30 RAYMOND LEWENTHAL AT TOWN HALL His 

recital on September 22, 1964, included some 
of the works which he performed and explained 
on WBAI in a previous program, and some new 
pieces. As one would expect, Alkan was well in 
evidence. Dec. 16 

LISZT Praeludium on a Theme of Bach 11859) 3m 
CHOPIN Sonata No, 3 in b. Op. 58 (1844) 
ALKAN Symphonic (for piano) iPub. 1887) 23m 
ALKAN La Vision (Pub. 1861) 3m 
ALKAN Le Feslin d'Esope (Pub, 1857) 9m 
ALKAN Barcarolle, Op, 65 No, 6 (Pub. 1861) 3m 
ALKAN Quasi-Faust (from Grande Sonata Op. 
33) (Pub. 1847) 12m 

(encores by Saint-Saens/Godowsky ; Moszkow- 
ski; Chopin/Godowsky and Dohnanyi) 

9:15 ART FORUM England's New Generation of Ar- 
tists. A discussion with English artists now in the 
United Stotes: Allen Jones, Peter Phillips and 
Richard Smith talk with Bruce Glozer. Dec. 17 

10:15 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET William A. 
Kent, Dec. 12 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11 :00 'SCHUBERT MASS No, 6 in E flot. See Dec. 9 

12:00 COUNTRY MUSIC Southern, bluegross and hill- 
billy music presented by Tom Whitmore, Dec. 17 

12:30 'COUPERIN'S LES NATIONS was written in the 
1690's. Selections from it are performed on a new 
release by the Stuttgart Boroque Ensemble under 
Marcel Couraud, (Merc MG 50402) Dec. 17 

1:00 SIGN OFF 



TUESDAY, December 15 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Twelve medieval Spanish 
songs; followed by a Tchaikovsky sextet. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 'INDIAN' MUSIC by Busoni and MocDowell. 
For details see Dec, 7 

9:15 CRITICAL VIEWS OF THE NEWS Robert Potts. 
Dec, 14 

9:30 THE FILM MAKER'S FESTIVAL A discussion. For 
details see Dec, 19 

10:45 -THE BIRD FANCYER'S DELIGHT Or, Choice Ob- 
servations and Directions Concerning ye Teoching 
of all Sorts of Singing Birds. This collection of 
recorder and harpsichord pieces written by a Mr, 
Hill about 1717, is divided into sections such as 
'Tunes for the Bullfinch' or 'Tunes for the Linnet'. 
A new Vox release, with Richard and Theodora 
Schuize on winds and percussion, and Dorothy 
Walters on Harpsichord and virginal. (PL 12 750) 



11:30 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 4 
The Encounter. A further installment of the thriller- 
serial from the BBC. Dec. 19 
12:00 HOLLOW DREAM An extended interview with 
on ex-heroin-addict in Hong Kong. See Dec. 12 

1 :30 STEPPENWALF Par 7 of the novel by H. Hesse. 

2:00 VIENNA FESTIVAL XX Kurt Ropf directs the 
Vienna Symphony Orchestra. Dec. 20 
STRAVINSKY THistoire du Soldat 
MILHAUD rHomme et son Desir 
La Creation du Monde 

3:45 COMMITTEE PIANIST An interview by Chris 
Albertson with Ellsworth Milburn, pianist for 
San Francisco's satirical group, and some sam- 
ples of his playing with them. Dec. 18 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 HOVHANESS' SAINT VARTAN SYMPHONY For 
more details see Dec. 7 

6:15 VIOLIN AND CELLO works by Kodoly and 
Ravel. Details on Dec. 13 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 OPINION Hallock Hoffman, Director of the 
Study of Political Affairs at the Center for the 
Study of Democratic Institutions. Dec. 16 

7:30 REMEMBER RADIO? Sgt. Preston of the Yukon, 
Fred Allen and Porltand Hoffa, and Sammy Kaye 
ore the nostalgic personalities revived in this 
program produced by Leslie Darren IWGBH) 
Dec. 17 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun 

fher Schuller with music in the years 1941-42. 

Dec. 18 

HARRISON Canticle No. 3 

CAGE-HARRISON Double Music 

CAGE Wonderful Widow of 18 Springs 

SCHOENBERG Piano Concerto 

9:00 THE LAST MINUTE Time saved for programs 
not prepared before printing this Folio. Dec. 18 

10:10 AMERICAN FILMS AND AUTEUR CRITICISM 

Seven French film directors, including Truffout, 
Chabrol and Luc-Goddard, participated in a 
symposium on American movie-making which 
was published in the December-January issue 
of Cahiers du Cinema. John Fell reads from the 
article and comments on it. (KPFAl Dec. 19 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11.00 MOZART'S A LITTLE MASON CANTATA". De- 
tails on Dec. 10 

11:20 MOTETS BY BRAHMS AND BRUCKNER Details 
on Dec. 10 

12:00 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN Is 

Albert Portcullis but a pseudonym? Dec. 18 

12:15 THE RENEGADE Erik Bouerfeld in a virtuoso 
performance of Albert Camus' story about a 
missionary driven mod by the natives he was 
sent to convert. (KPFA) Dec. 19 

1:00 SIGN OFF 



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Vanbrugh's THE CONFEDERACY 

Dec. 10th 9:30 a.m. Dec. 20th 9:30 p.m. 

Calderon's THE WORLD'S GREAT STAGE 

Dec. 13th 8 p.m. Dec. 19th 4 p.m. 

Claudel's PROTEUS 

Dec. 12fh 12:45 p.m. 

Henry James' BELTRAFFIO 

Dec. 11th 3:30 p.m. Dec. 13th 10:30 p.m. 

POETRY: Edna St. Vincent Millay 

Dec. 9fh 8:30 p.m. Dec. 1 1th 3 p.m. 

Louis Zukowsky 

Dec. 10th 4 p.m. Dec. 13fh 12:30 p.m. 

Emily Dickinson 

Dec. 16th 8:30 p.m. Dec. 18th 4 p.m. 

Ed Dorn 

Dec. 16th 10:15 p.m. Dec. 20th 12n 

Hermann Hesse's STEPPENWOLF 

Jeginnig a new serialized radio adaptation 
at 1 :30 p.m. weekdays. 

ART FORUM: The Cubist Decade 

Dec. 7fh 9:45 p.m. Dec. 9th 3 p.m. 

England's New Generation of Artists 

Dec. 14th 9:15 p.m. Dec. 17th 2:30 p.m. 



WEDNESDAY, December 16 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Beethoven's 'Hammer- 
klavier' sonata played by Eduardo del Pueyo; 
and Glinka's String Quartet in F. 

8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 MOVIE MUSIC BY PROKOFIEV See Dec. 8 

9:15 OPINION Hallock Hoffman. Dec. 15 

9:30 THE FACE OF THE COMING FASCISM Novelist, 
biographer and critic Truman Nelson, speaking 
at Harlem rally, argues that those helping to 
preserve the current structure of American so- 
ciety are building fascism. Dec. 17 
10:00 'HANDEL'S BELSHAZZAR A new recording of 

the oratorio. Details on Dec. 13 
12:30 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvory's guests are 
Dorothy Pattison and Martin Rich. Dec. 13 

1:30 STEPPENWOLF Part 8 of the novel by Hermann 
Hesse. 

2:00 RAYMOND LEWENTHAL AT TOWN HALL His 
recital on September 22, 1964. Complete program 
on Dec. 14 

3:45 VIOLENCE AND LOVE A lecture by psycho- 
analyst R. D. Laing, member of the Tavistock 
Institute for Human Relations and author of many 
books. Joseph H. Berke, who has worked with 
Dr. Laing, provides the introduction. Dec. 19 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 STRAVINSKY-INFLUENCED MUSIC See Dec. 7 



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By special arrangement with the management, a percentage of the purchase price 
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Children performances: ull seats $3.75: 

SNOW WHITE ; p.m. Dec. 19th, 28th, 2yth. 3 1st. _' p.m. Dec. 2()th 

4 p.m. Dec. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 28th, 29th 5 p.m. Jan. 3rd 

RUMPELSTILTSKIN 1 p.m. Dec. 2 1st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 26th, 3()th. Jan. 2nd, 3rd. 
2 p.m. Dec. 27th, Jan. 3rd. 4 p.m. Dec. 19th, 26th, Jan. 2nd. 

Adull evening performances: all seats $4-30: 

THE MAGIC FLUTE 8:3U p.m. Dec. 17th, 19th. 21st, 29th. Jan. 7th. 

9 p.m. Dec. 27th, Jan. 3rd. 
THE ABDUCTION FROM THE SERAGLIO fl:30 p.m. Dec. 18th, 23rd. 26th, 3()th. Jan. 2nd, 8th 
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9 p.m. Dec. 2()th. 



6:30 BRESS PLAYS BOCH Program on Dec. 14 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 

Some aspects of UN affairs usually ignored by 
the mass medio are discussed by special corre- 
spondent Betty Pilkington. Dec. 17 

7:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES witfi Pfiil Elwood. 

8:00 THIS LITTLE LIGHT IV The Invasion. Tfiis pro- 
gram presents tfie arrival in Mississippi of almost 
one thousand volunieers. V\/hat mode these large- 
ly Northern, and largely middle-class Whites 
come to Mississippi and what did they find? 
Produced by Chris Koch as port of his series 
made from field recordings during the past sum- 
mer. Dec. 17 

8:30 THE LEAF OF LOVE TURNED BACK A program 
on the poetry of Emily Dickinson with examples 
of some poems. (WGBHi Dec. 18 

9:00 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER News of WBAI. 
Dec. 20 

9:15 A SHOW OF FORCE by the novice Veterans, 

Richard C. Neulweiier, Bill Alton and others. 
10:15 CONTEMPORARY POETRY IV Ed Dorn, intro- 
duced by Paul Blackburn. Dec. 20 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 THE LADY OF NOHANT Robert Baldick, Fellow 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, reappraises here 
the work and personality ot George band. iBBC) 
Dec. 19 

11 :15 VIENNA FESTIVAL XIX Music by Klusak, Debussy 
and Mahler. Program on Dec. 14 

1:00 SIGN OFF 

THURSDAY, December 17 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Borber s Toccata Fes 
tiva' for organ and orchestra; and Prokofiev's 
Sixth Symphony. 



8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

8:15 'MORE NEW VIVALDI A group of concert! for 
diverse instruments. Details on Dec. 10 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE UNITED NATIONS 
Betty Pilkington. Dec. 16 

9:30 COUNTRY MUSIC presented by Tom Whit- 
more. Dec. 14 

10:00 'COUPERIN'S LES NATIONS on a new release. 
Details on Dec. 14 

10:30 REMEMBER RADIO? Here ore Sgt. Preston of the 
Yukon, Fred Allen, Portland FHofto and Sammy 
Kaye. Dec. 15 

11 :00 AVANT GARDE CONCERT III Third in a series of 
concerts recorded by WBAI this fall ot Judson 
Hall. For a detailed account of the proceedings 
see Dec. 12. 

12:30 URBAN TRANSIT A discussion of New York's 
transit problem with members of the Committee 
for Better Transit: Stephen Dobrow, a graduate 
assistant at N.Y.U.; Henry Deutch, an estimator 
for Harris Stell Fabricators; David Gurin, a city 
planner with Mobilization for Youth; and Mayer 
Horn, a civil engineer with the New York City 
Transit Authority The moderator is Chris Koch. 
Dec. 20 
1:30 STEPPENWOLF Port 9 of the novel by Hermann 
Hesse. 

2:00 MUSIC FOR WIND INSTRUMENTS Two works 
by Stravinsky. For details see Dec. 10 

2:30 ART FORUM England's New Generation of 

Artists. See Dec. 14 
3:30 THIS LITTLE LIGHT IV The Invasion. A program 

on the reasons for almost a thousand volunteers' 

going to Mississippi during the past summer, and 

of what they found there. Dec. 16 
4:00 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC III 



Works by Joseph Jongen. Dec. 20 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 THE VIRTUOSO VIOLINIST Ruggiero Ricci plays 
showpieces by Poganini. Program on Dec. 7 

6:00 ETUDES FOR PIANO Study pieces by Chopin, 
Debussy and Thomson. Details on Dec. 8 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Peace Corps people: 
the director, a trainee, and two who have re- 
turned otter two years in Peru. Dec. 18 

7:45 AT THE DROP OF A STETSON Michael Flanders 
and Donald Swann discuss with Sidney Carter 
their record-braking two-man revue and its suc- 
cessful tour of America. Dec. 20 

8:00 HAWAIIAN COMPOSER: Dai-Keong Lee See 
program on Dec. 1 1 

8:35 THE FACE OF THE COMING FASCISM Truman 
Nelson, novelist, biographer and critic, speaks 
at a Harlem rally held under the ouspices of the 
Harlem Defense Council. He argues that, at its 
core, American society is rotten, and that those 
who work to preserve the current structure are 
building fascism. Dec. 16 

9:00 BENTLEY ON BRECHT The Manual of Piefy. 
Lesson 2: Spiritual Exercises. Eric Bentley sings 
and reads the second of Brecht's five lessons in 
his Manual of Piety. Dec. 18 

9:30 THE CHANGING FACE OF STRAVINSKY. A 
program about changed performance attitudes. 
William Malloch comments. Dec. 12 
10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 
11:00 INDIAN OPERA Rabindronath Tagore's folk 

opera "Shyamo." Details on Dec. 7 
12:00 ONE-SHOT A program created from the tope 
scraps and unbroadcastable records accumulated 
on the shelves of Jack Nessel, Drama and Litera- 
ture Director of KPFA, who writes: I promise 
nothing and I am a man of my word'. (KPFA) 
Dec. 19 
12:30 JAZZ LEGENDS Tenormon Fronkie Socolow, 
presented by Don Schlitten. 

1:00 SIGN OFF 

FRIDAY, December 18 

7:00 MORNING CONCERT Music from the Anna 

Mogdolena Notebook; Webern-orchestroted 

Schubert dances,- and Florent Schmitt's Lo Trage- 

die de Salome'. 
8:00 NEWS Robert Potts 
8:15 PIANO RECITAL Gloria Whitney plays a highly 

varied program. Complete program on Dec. 11 
9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Peace Corps people 

See Dec. 17 
9:45 HINDEMITH'S DAS MARIENLEBEN' See Dec. 13 
11:00 THE LAST MINUTE Dec. 15 
12:00 'MUSIC FOR PIANO AND BAND Friedrich 

Gulda on a new release. Details on Dec. 8 
12:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT The Manual of Piety. 

Lesson 2: Spiritual Exercises. Dec. 17 
1:00 'HARP AND ORCHESTRA A new release of 

works by Debussy and Boieldieu. See Dec. 9 
1:30 STEPPENWOLF Port 10 of this radio version of 

the Expressionist novel by Hermann Hesse, which 

will be continued on Dec. 21 
2:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION 

Gunther Schuller with music of 1941-42. Program 

on Dec. 15 



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PROGRAMS FOR 
YOUNG PEOPLE 

4:30 — 5:30 P.M. 

MONDAY. DECEMBER 7 

"Magic or Not" by Edward Eager, read by Baird 

Searles. Part One. 
•'The Little Prince" - Part One of the St. Exupery 

story read by David and Jean Birney. 
Piano Music for Children by Dimitri Shostakovitch. 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8 

Magic or Not — Part Two. 

Let's Join In (BBC) 

The Little Prince — Conclusion. 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 

Magic or Not — Part Three. 

Tales from the East - Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 

Adventures of a Zoo — an orchestral excursion. 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 

Magic or Not — Part Four. 

A Signpost to a Ribbon Maker. 

"The Dheeps and the Dillycods" - a story by Elsa 

Bailey read by Don Calfa. 
Children's Songs — Bonnie Dobson. 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 

Magic or Not — Part Five (Continued Monday) 
Gumdrop Follies — Jim Copp and Ed Brown. 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

The Adventures of Clara Chuff — Conclusion. 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 14 

Magic or Not — Part Six. 

Danny Kaye tells a story from Scotland. 

The Singing Lady tells "Beauty and the Beast". 

Sam Hinton sings. 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15 

"Why the Owl Behaves as It Does" — a story in a 
series entitled 'How The Whale Became' by Ted 
Hughes, read by Frances Barry. 

Magic or Not — Part Seven. 

Let's Join In (BBC) 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 

Magic or Not — Part Eight. 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 
Vivien Leigh tells the "Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle" 
by Beatrix Potter. 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 

Magic or Not — Conclusion 

A Signpost to Rocks Made by Dripping Water. 
The Badmen — Songs and stories of the Wild West. 
Afternoon in Amsterdam. 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 

"Boxes" — a story by Jean Merrill. 
"The Man Who Could Work Miracles" — Mary 
Alan Hokanson reads the story by H. G. Wells. 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

"Moonfleet" — Parts One and Two of a new BBC 
serial about smugglers, excisemen and a villain- 
ous tide-race that has cau.sed the wrecking of 
many a tall ship. 



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January 10th 1965 

Y'ALL COME! 

For details 
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3:00 THE ADVENTURES OF QkhAfAA GLOBULIN For 

whom? Dec. 15 

3:15 MUSIC BY CHARLES IVES Chamber and or- 
chestral works, including 'Over the Pavements', 
'The Rainbow', 'Tone Roads No. 1', 'The Indians', 
'The Pond', 'Tone Roods No. 3', 'Hymn', and 
'Hallowe'en', all performed by the Boston Cham- 
ber Ensemble under Harold Farbermon, and 
'Three Places in New England', performed by 
the Eastman-Rochester Symphony under Howard 
Hanson. Dec. 20 

4:00 THE LEAF OF LOVE TURNED BACK The poetry 
of Emily Dickinson. Dec. 16 

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 

5:30 TEACHER-PIANISTS llona Kobos and Rosina 
Lhevinne ore best known as teachers — but they 
are also performers. See program on Dec. 7 

6:15 BEETHOVEN Music for Goethe's 'Egmonf. De 

tails on Dec. 7 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 COMMENTARY Thomas Francis Ritt, former Na- 
tional Director of the Catholic Council on Civil 
Liberties, former board member of the Notional 
Catholic Social Action Conference and currently 
on the staff of The Catholic Worker. 

7:30 MUSIC BY GORDON BINKERD Works loaned 
to WBAI by the composer. 
Nativitos est hodie; On the Shortness of Human 

Life; Madrigal (Chamber Choir/Carter) 11m 
String Quartet No. 1 (Walden Quartet) 30m 
Piano Sonata (Claire Richards) 24m 
String Quartet No. 2 (Walden Quartet) 15m 

9:00 COMMITTEE PIANIST Ellsworth Milburn talks 
with Chris Albertson. Dec. 15 

9:45 NUBIAN MUSIC Hamzo El Din accompanying 
himself on the Oud on Vanguard VRS 9164. Dec. 1 1 

10:15 SCIENCE CRITIC Fads and fallacies in the name 
of science discussed by Dr. Marshall Deutsch. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC Seldom heard music pre- 



sented by Leonard Alfman, with his comments. 
12:00 NEGRO FOLK MUSIC Charles Hobson with a 

full hour of blues sung by Lightning Hopkins. 
1:00 SIGN OFF 

SATURDAY, December 19 

8:00 A CONCERT FROM THE THIRTY-NINTH HASLE- 
MERE FESTIVAL Music by Telemonn, Loeillet, 
Albinoni, Vivaldi and Cabezon. Complete pro- 
gram on Dec. 13. 

9:00 AMERICAN FILMS AND AUTEUR CRITICISM A 
reading, with commentary, by John Fell. Dec. 15 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 13 
10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 
10:45 VIENNA FESTIVAL XVIII Works by Webern, 

Ravel, Dvorak and Smetana. See Dec. 14 
12:30 ONE-SHOT A program which has been de- 
scribed OS spontaneous unstifled creativity' — 
of what, we shall see. Dec. 17 

1:00 LOW, COLONEL BLIMP AND THE HORSE. Car- 
toonist David Low in conversation with Robert 
Finnegan. (BBC) Dec. 20 

1:20 THE RENEGADE Erik Bauerfeld reads Camus' 
story. Dec. 15 

2:00 JAZZ with Bob Potts. 

4:00 THE WORLD'S GREAT STAGE Colderon's dra- 
matic allegory was written in the 1630s and dis- 
plays a range of social types in a 'play-within-o- 
ploy'. More information on Dec. 13 

5:00 THE LADY OF NOHANT Robert Baldick, Fellow 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, reappraises the 
work of George Sand. Dec. 16 

5:15 'WOLF'S ITALIAN SONGBOOK See Dec. 11 

6:30 PAUL TEMPLE AND THE JONATHAN MYSTERY 
4 The Encounter. See Dec. 15 

7:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman 

8:00 THE GOON SHOW Lurgi Strikes Again. This 
story opens when poor Arnold Fringe is suddenly 
striken with the dreaded Lurgi in a Lancashire 
bus, baffling even Dr. Neddie Seogood. 

8:30 ART OF THE FUGUE Bach's fifteen fugues and 
four canons, in a performance by the Cologne 
Soloists Ensemble under Helmut Miller-Bruhl's 
direction, on a German Radio tape. 
10:00 VIOLENCE AND LOVE A lecture by psycho- 
analyst R. D. Laing. More details on Dec. 16 

10:45 CONTEMPORARY FINNISH MUSIC See Dec. 11 

11:45 THE FILM MAKER'S FESTIVAL Gregory Mork- 
opoulis, maker of 'Twice a Man', and Jack Smith 
('Flaming Creatures' and 'Normal Love'), two of 
the iudges of the third Los Angeles Festival, dis- 
cuss movie criticism, the New American Cinema, 
obscenity, and other subjects with 'underground' 
film star Dennis Hopper and Dave Ossman. 
(KPFK) Dec. 15 

1 :00 IN SIDE or, spelled backwards, Edis ni. 

3:30 SIGN OFF 



SUNDAY, December 20 

8:00 SHAKESPEARE MUSIC BY BERLIOZ Sir Hamilton 
Harty is heard conducting on some dubs from 
KPFK, with comment by William Malloch. See 
Dec. 9 

9:00 SELF-KNOWLEDGE IV Simplicity, Ennui, Im- 
pulses. The fourth in the series of talks by J. 
Krishnamurti. More information on Dec. 13 



10:00 MUSIC BY CHARLES IVES Chamber and orches- 
tral works. Details on Dec. 18 
10:45 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBER Dec. 16 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC presented by Leonard Alt- 
man. Dec. 18 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY POETRY IV Ed Dorn. Dec. 16 

12:30 CONVERSATION WITH SIR JULIAN HUXLEY 

The distinguished biologist answers questions 
about his many interests, which include the 
study of animal behavior, philosophy, and popu- 
lation growth. (BBC] 

1:00 OPERA TOPICS Lorenzo Alvary's guest is tenor 
Mario del Monaco, who talks about his recovery 
and experiences since his automobile accident 
last year. 

2:00 BERLIOZ' 'BEATRICE ET BENEDICT' written in 
1860-1, uses the composer's adaptation of 
Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing.' In 
this recording, the soloists, chorus and London 
Symphony Orchestra are conducted by Colin 
Davis. (L'Oiseou-Lyre SOL 256/7) 

Beatrice Joseph Veasey 

Hero April Contelo 

Ursula Helen Watts 

Benedict John Mitchinson 

Claudio John Cameron 

Don Pedro John Shirley 

Semarone Eric Shilling 



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3:45 LOW, COLONEL BLIMP AND THE HORSE David 
Low talks with Robert Finnegan. Dec. 19 

4:00 PRIMITIVE SURVIVALS IN EUROPEAN MUSIC 

compiled and introduced by A. L. Lloyd who has 
travelled extensively recording these songs which 
celebrate rites far less innocent than modern 
Christian interpretations would suggest. (BBCl 

5:00 A SHOW OF FORCE or the Murray Hill Mas- 
sacre, with Richard C. Neulweiler and Bill Alton 
leading their tattered bond. 

6:00 AT THE DROP OF A STETSON Sidney Carter in 
discussion with Michael Flanders and Donald 
Swann, Dec. 17 

6:15 VIENNA FESTIVAL XX Works by Stravinsky and 
Milhaud. Details on Dec. 15 

8:00 URBAN TRANSIT A discussion on New York's 
transit problems. See Dec. 17 

9:00 CONTEMPORARY BELGIAN PIANO MUSIC III 

Joseph Jongen. Dec. 17 

9:30 THE CONFEDERACY The Restoration comedy by 
Jan Vanbrugh. See Dec. 10 

ll:00THESCOPEOF JAZZ with Ira Gitler 

12:00 SIGN OFF 



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