Skip to main content

Full text of "WBAI folio July 6- August 2, 1964"

See other formats


b-11 




8 



WBAI-FM 



99.5 m.c. 



30 East 39 Street N. Y. 16, N. Y. OX ford 7-2288 

Program Folio JULY 6-AUGUST 2, 1964 Vol. 5, No. 14 

A non-commercial, non-profit station supported by voluntary listener-subscriptions. Program Folio is published 
every two weeks and mailed without additional cost to those whose subscriptions make possible the kind oj 
programming described herein. 
Annual subscription $12. Student subscription $6 for nine months. Contributions above $12 are tax-deductible. 

On the. air 7:00 a.m.— 1:00 a.m., Mon.—Fri.; 8:00 a.m. — 3:30 a.m., Saturday; 8:00 a.m.— Midnight, Sunday, 
Transmitter located at 10 E. 40th St., 10.3 KW e.r.p. 650' above av. terr. 

WBA1 is owned by Pacifica Foundation, a non-profit institution which exists solely to bring non-commercial 
broadcasting to the community. Other Pacifica stations are KPFA, Berkeley 4, California, which serves the 
Bay Area, and KPFK, Los Angeles 38, which serves Southern California. Subscriptions are transferable. 

Duration of programs scheduled is approximate. Dates after listing: past or future duplicate broadcast. 
Concerts : 'm indicates playing time; '*' indicates new recording. 



MONDAY, July 6 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Radio's 

8:15 NINE SPIRITUAL SONGS BY BACH for soprano 
and continuo. For details, see July 29. 

8:40 CELLO AND PIANO Performances by cellist 
Edgar Lustgarten and pianist Anthony Newman. 
June 23 
HINDEMITH Sonata for Unaccompanied Cello 

Op. 25 No. 3 10m 
BRAHMS Sonata for Cello and Piano in e, Op. 
38 22m 

9:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 3 

9:30 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
Democracy C. Northcote Parkinson and Julien H. 
Franklin. July 4 

10:30 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

The first of six chamber music concerts in the 
first two weeks of this folio, offering performances 
by young Belgian artists. This program consists 
of three works by Loeillet, performed by Chris- 
tiane Paree, harpsichord; Andre Isselee, flute; 
and Louis Gillis, oboe. 

11 :00 Stephen Crane's THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE 

The novel by Stephen Crane, adapted for radio 
by Hal Craig, and starring Nigel Stack as Henry 
Fleming (BBC). June 27 

12:45 MISCELLANY 

1:00 GREAT EXPECTATIONS Episode eleven of the 
BBC production, based on the novel by Charles 
Dickens. 

1:30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC The Non-existence of 
Hominoids Dr. Marshall Deutsch. July 3 

2:00 HAYDN MASSES— III Conductor Baird Hastings 
comments on Haydn's fourth and fifth masses: 
the Saint Nicholas Mass and the Saint Joannis 
Mass. For complete details, see July 5. 

3:10 BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER Herman Melville's 
story in a reading by James Mason. July 5 

4:00 'ICELANDIC ORCHESTRAL MUSIC The last work 
is by Cowell, but is based on Icelandic folk 
material. July 1. 
JON LEIF Iceland Overture, Op. 9 (1926) 12m 



PAUL ISOLFSSON Passacaglia (1938) 11m 
HENRY COWELL Symphony No. 16 ('Icelandic') 

22m (AM with the Icelandic Sym/Strickland 

on CRI 179) 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa' — by Tove Jansson — a transla- 
tion from the Finnish, produced for WBAI by 
Baird Searles, with Richard Hauser as Moomin. 
Part One. (See picture on page four.) 

5:45 NEW MUSIC FROM CLEVELAND on two new 

CRI releases (182, 183). July 5 

DONALD ERB Sonata for Harpsichord and String 

Quartet (1962) (John White with Koch Quartet) 
RUDOLPH BUBALO Three for Brass Ensemble 

(1959; Cleveland Brass Ensemble) 11m 
MARCEL DICK Suite for Piano (1953) 15m 
JULI NUNLIST Two Piano Pieces (1961) 5m 
JANE CORNER YOUNG Dramatic Soliloquy for 

Piano (1961) 8m 

(Arthur Loesser, piano) (All above works on 

(CRI 182) 
RAYMOND WILDING-WHITE Paraphernalia — A 

Regalia of Madrigalia from Ezra Pound (Soloists 

with Kulas Chamber Ens/Wilding-White) 10m 

(CRI 182) 

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. July 7 

7.30 THE CANADIAN PLAN FOR HEALTH CARE 

F. B. Roth, Head of the Department of Hospital 
Administration, University of Toronto, discusses 
the New Canadian Universal Hospital Insurance 
Plan. July 7 

8:15 MORE FREE FORM JAZZ Several folios ago, we 
offered a half hour program by the Free Form 
Improvisation Ensemble. The success of that show 
has prompted this short reengagement. July 18 

8:35 THE COMMITTEE San Francisco's troupe of resi- 
dent satirists in a series of scenes, improvisations 
and comments on their work; produced and nar- 
rated by Jack Nessel (KPFA). July 7 

9:20 ISCM — II The second of three concerts by 
the International Society for Contemporary 
Music, recorded by Jerry Bruck at the New 
School. This one took place on March 13, 1964. 
July 7 



PETER MAXWELL DAVIES String Quartet (1962) 
(FIRST U.S. PERF.) (Franklin String Qt) 13m 

ANTON WEBERN Four Songs, Op. 12 (1917); 
Three Songs, Op. 25 (1934) ; Five Canons on 
Latin Texts, Op. 16 (1924) (B. Beardslee, sopr. ; 
R. Helps, piano; A. Bloom, clarinet; S. Walden, 
bass clarinet) 13m 

NICOLAS ROSLAVETZ Third String Quartet (1920) 
(FIRST U.S. PERF.) (Franklin String Qt) 12m 

CONTEMPORARY SOVIET 12-TONE (Composer's 
name withheld) Suite for Piano (1961) (FIRST 
U.S. PERF.) (Paul Jacobs, piano) 9m 

WILLIAM O. SMITH Variants for Solo Clarinet 
(1963) (FIRST PERF.) (composer) 7m 

CHARLES WUORINEN Trio for Flute, Cello & 
Piano (1963) (H. Sollberger, flute; R. Martin, 
cello; C. Wuorinen, piano) 9m 

ROBERT TAYLOR Composition for Nine Instru- 
ments (1961) (FIRST PERF.) (Contemp Cham Ens/ 
A. Weisberg) 7m 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan. 

11:00 Artaud THE RIVIERE CORRESPONDENCE The 

correspondence between Antonin Artaud and 
Jacques Riviere, noted French literary critic was 
recently published in an English translation in 
Exodus magazine. It is read here, with David 
Birney as Artaud and Marc Estrin as Riviere. (Ow- 
ing to coverage of the GOP Convention next Mon- 
day evening, this series will continue two weeks 
from tonight.) July 9 

11:45 'LISZT'S 'A FAUST SYMPHONY' is heard in a 
performance by the New York Philharmonic under 
Leonard Bernstein, with tenor Charles Bressler 
and the Choral Art Society on Columbia M21 299. 
July 9 

1:00 SIGN OFF 



TUESDAY, July 7 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

answer to 

8:15 TWO SETTINGS OF 'THE SONG OF SONGS' by 

Daniel-Lesur and Lukas Foss. Details, July 16 

9:15 OPINION Hallock Hoffman. July 16 

9:30 CHINA AND THE WORLD China's Intellectual 
and Cultural Life Second of three programs on 
modern China, produced by Chris Koch. July 5 

10:30 MOZART AND LISZT performed by two pian- 
ists primarily known for their influence as teach- 
ers: Guy Maier and llona Kabos. For details, see 
August 1 

11:00 THE ENIGMA VARIATIONS SOLVED! WBAI's 
Music Director has solved the question: What 
theme can be combined with the 'Enigma Varia- 
tions' perfectly. The answer is — Elgar's own 
Opus 36! To prove this, we are playing both the 
opus 36 and the Enigma Variations at the same 
time. William Steinberg leads the Pittsburgh Sym- 
phony in both the Enigma Variations (now solved) 
and the Opus 36. 

11:30 THE COMMITTEE A performance and comments 
by San Francisco's resident satirists. July 6 

12:15 MISCELLANY 

12:30 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

The Belgian String Quartet is heard in a per- 
formance of Maurice Ravel's Quartet in F. 

1:00 GREAT EXPECTATIONS The conclusion of the 
BBC dramatization of the Charles Dicken's novel. 



Page 3 



1:30 THE CANADIAN PLAN FOR HEALTH CARE dis- 
cussed by F. B. Roth, of the University of Toronto 
July 6 

2:15 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 12 

2:45 ISCM CONCERT — II Second of three concerts 
which offers works by Davies, Webern, Roslavetz, 
a contemporary Soviet composer whose name 
was withheld, Smith, Wuorinen and Taylor. Com- 
plete information is on July 6. 

4:15 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC This edition offers 
Dame Myra Hess reminiscing about her debut 
and Larry Adler demonstrating the mouth-organ. 
July 12 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 

of Moominpapa,' Part Two. And How Things Be- 
gan — Conclusion: 'What Have We Learned?' 

5:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 10 

6:15 FOUR BY VIVALDI Concertos number 5, 6, 7 
and 8 from the celebrated Opus 8 (concertos 
one through four are the popular 'The Seasons') 
are performed by violinist Aldo Redditi with the 
Societd Corelli on Victor LM 2743. July 11 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 WINNING WITHOUT WAR The USSR, China 
and 'Wars of National Liberation' by Amitai 
Etzioni, Associate Professor of Sociology and 
author of Winning Without War (Doubleday) 
July 8 

7:30 FILMS Norman Fruchter and Henry Heifetz re- 
view current motion pictures. July 8 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1927. July 10 
WEBERN String Trio, Op. 20 
VARESE Arcana 
RESPIGHI Brazilian Impressions 

9:05 AFRICA AND THE ARTS Collin Gonze, editor of 
Africa Today, and WBAI's Chris Albertson talk 
with Jan Heinz Jahn, founder of the Center for 
New African Culture, near Frankfurt, Germany. 
July 9 

9:50 JOHN KEATS: Old and New Voices Aileen 
Ward, author of award-winning biography of 
Keats, John Keats : The Making of A Poet, in a 

talk given at a dinner honoring the publication 
of New Voices '64, a collection of short stories by 
students at the New School (Macmillan). Dr. 
Ward is currently on the faculty of Sara Law- 
rence College. July 12 

10:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN Part 
nine of 'The L-Shaped Lady' and other sounds 
from Chris Albertson's IN-SIDE. July 10 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 *TE DEUMS The first on a new release. July 11 
CHARPENTIER Te Deum (Angelici, Chamonin, 
sopranos,- Mallabrera, countertenor; Corazza, 
tenor; Abdoun, baritone; Mars, bass with 
chorale of the Jeunesses Musicales France,- and 
Jean-Francois Paillard Orch/Martini) (Bach 
Guild BG 663) 28m 
BRUCKNER Te Deum (Yeend, soprano; Lipton, 
mezzo-soprano; Lloyd, tenor; Harrell, baritone 
with Westminster Choir and New York Phil- 
harmonic/Walter) (Col ML 4980) 

12:00 THE NEW HUMANISM Science and Man The 

first program in a series on that subject, extracted 



Page 4 



from the original Colver lectures at Brown Uni- 
versity, delivered by Professor George Sarton. 
The narrator is Mitchell Harding (KPFK) . July 11 
12:30 THE NEW HUMANISM The Garden of Eden The 
second in this series. July 12 



1:00 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, July 8 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

people. 

8:15 KIYOKO TANAKA PLAYS DEBUSSY PRELUDES 

The young Japanese pianist plays the French- 
man's music on a recording specially imported 
by Pacifica. (King 3002) July 13 

8:55 SONGS BY BEETHOVEN Seven songs performed 
by Herta Glaz, mezzo-soprano and Leo Mueller, 
pianist. For details, see July 17 



3:00 THE MONK WHO WOULDN'T by Oscar Mandel 

Presented by Pacifica Players of KPFK. Cast and 
production details on July 4. 

4:15 THE POETRY OF BORIS PASTERNAK (1914-1960) 
in readings by George Reavey, specialist in Rus- 
sian literature and long-time friend of the late 
Russian writer (Archives). July 15 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' part three. Tales from the East 
— Chrystabel Weerasinghe. A Signpost to Some 
Animals Down Under. 

5:45 A CAPELLA Performances of choral works span- 
ning five centuries. Details, July 19 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. U.N. Corres- 
pondent Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in 
U.N. affairs usually ignored by the mass media. 
July 9 

7:30 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY Stanley 

Green with another in his series of interviews 
with Broadway playwrights, lyricists, and per- 




A picture of the entire Moomin clan, taken with their permission by Baird Searles. 



9:15 WINNING WITHOUT WAR The USSR, China, 
and 'Wars of National Liberation' Amitai Etzoni. 
July 7 

9:30 RICHARD STRAUSS FESTIVAL The third program 
of the complete Strauss operatic repertoire, with 
commentary by Dr. A. F. R. Lawrence. Der Rosen- 
kavalier, Op. 59, with a libretto by Hugo van 
Hofmannsthal. More details on July 5. 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Thomas 
Mann's last novel is read by his nephew, Klaus 
Pringsheim, in this eighteen part series — to be 
heard daily at this time. 

1:30 FILMS reviewed by Fruchter and Heifetz. July 7 

2:00 MUSIC OF ARNOLD SCHOENBERG — IX Con- 
tinuing a series of programs devoted to the re- 
corded music of Schoenberg. June 27. 
Pelleas and Melisande, Op. 5 (CBS Sym Orch/ 
Craft) (Col. M21 294) 40m 
(4 Pieces, Op. 27) 8m 
Canon: The Parting of the Ways, Op. 28, No. 1 
both with Marni Nixon, sops.; Catherine Gayer, 
alto,- Richard Robinson, ten,- Sam van Ducen, 
bass/Craft) (both a Col. ML 5244) lm 



formers. Tonight Mr. Green interviews Cy Cole- 
man, composer of the score for Little Me. July 9 

8:30 THE LAW AND SOCIETY The First Amendment: 
Libel and Slander This discussion, led by Harry 
Kalven, Jr., at the Center for the Study o f Demo- 
cratic Institutions, examines the legal reasoning 
that determines when the law may compromise 
free speech in order to protect the individual — 
and when it may not. July 9 

9:30 PULITZER PRIZEWINNER, 1959. John La Mon- 
tine's 'Piano Concerto, Op. 9' heard in a per- 
formance by the Oklahoma City Symphony Or- 
chestra under Guy Fraser Harrison with pianist 
Karen Keys on CRI 166. July 22 
10:00 NOUS AVONS MANGE LA FORET Part I The 
first of three conversations with Georges Con- 
dominas, who holds a chair of Ethnologie et 
Sociologie de L'Asie du Sud-Est du Monde Indo- 
nesien and is currently a professor of Anthropol- 
ogy at Columbia. Professor Condominas spent 
two years living with a Montagnard tribe in 
Vietnam — whence his book, We Ate the Forest. 



In this first conversation with Chris Koch, he dis- 
cusses the background of Indo China (Archives). 
July 9 

10:35 MISCELLANY 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 RESURRECTIONS Arnold Suffin reads selections 
from his recently published book of poetry 
(KPFA). July 9 

11:15 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL — I The festival took 

place last September 28-October 28. In this con- 
cert, the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra 
and the Budapest Choir are under the direction 
of Gyorgi Lehel. July 9 
PURCELL/BRITTEN Chaconny in g 
PAL KADOSA Sonata for Orchestra 
BARTOK Cantata Profana 

12:05 THE POET IN NEW YORK Aaron Kramer reads 
from his book, The Tune of the Calliope (T. Yosel- 
off) , a collection of poetry on New York City 
(Archives). July 12 

12:35 THE NEGRO WRITER IN AMERICA Authors 
James Baldwin, Lorraine Hansberry, Langston 
Hughes, and Alfred Kazin; and senior editor, 
Macmillan Company, Emile Capouya, are the 
participants in this discussion on the above sub- 
ject; Hentoff moderates; produced by Tuni Ber- 
man (Archives) . July 9 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

THURSDAY, July 9 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

One listener wrote: 'VVBAI has gone to Pot (ts 
and Albertson) .' 

8:15 ELECTRONIC MUSIC Oskar Sola's 'Five Im- 
provisations on Magnetic Tape'. Details on July 
25 

8:30 *SONGS BY RICHARD STRAUSS performed, in 
a new release, by soprano Lisa Delia Casa and 
pianist Arpad Sandor. Details, July 25 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
July 8 

9:30 THE LAW AND SOCIETY The First Amendment: 
Libel and Slander Discussion led by Harry Kal- 
ven, Jr. . . . Details on July 8. 

10:30 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL — I Works by Purcell/ 
Britten, Pal Kadosa and Bartok. Details are on 
July 8. 

11:20 Artaud THE RIVIERE CORRESPONDENCE Read- 
ings from the correspondence between Artaud 
and French literary critic, Jacques Riviere. July 6 

12:05 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY Stanley 
Green, Broadway composers, lyricists, et al. July 8 

1:05 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part two 
of the Thomas Mann novel, read by his nephew, 
Klaus Pringsheim. 

1:35 NOUS AVONS MANGE LA FORET Part I The 

first of three conversations in which Georges 
Condominas talks with Chris Koch. July 8 

2:15 RESURRECTIONS Arnold Suffin reads selections 
from his poetry. July 8 

2:30 THE NEGRO WRITER IN AMERICA James Bald- 
win and others in a discussion on this subject. 
Complete details on July 8. 

2:50 'LISZT'S 'A FAUST SYMPHONY" in a perform- 
ance by the New York Philharmonic under 
Leonard Bernstein. For details, see July 6. 



Page 5 



4:05 AFRICA AND THE ARTS Collin Gonze and Chris 
Albertson talk with Jan Heinz Jahn. July 7 

4:30 MISCELLANY 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' Part Four. Peter and the Wolf 

— music by Sergei Prokofieff, narrated by Frank 
Milano. 

5:45 CHAMBER WORKS BY COPLAND in highly con- 
trasting styles. July 16 

Violin Sonata (1943) (Glenn, violin; Somer, 
piano) (CRI 171) 19m 

Fantasy for Piano (1957) (Lee, piano) (Valois 
MB 430) 31m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Mrs. Archer B. Gry- 
son, Divisional Director of the American Field 
Service, an organization which brings high school 
students to the United States to study for a year 

— and in turn sends U. S. high school students 
abroad. July 10 

7:45 NEW POETRY: Lew Welch, author of Wobbly 
Rock, reads some recent poems in San Francisco 
(KPFA). July 10 

8:00 NEW EVIDENCE ON THE ORIGIN OF MAN Dr. 

Louis B. Leakey, British Archeologist, discusses 
his findings of fossils dating from 1,750,000 years 
ago (found in Olduvai Gorge, Tanganyika) with 
Elwyn L. Simons, assistant professor of Geology 
at Yale, and John Buettner-Jansuch, associate 
professor of Anthropology at Yale. July 12 

8:30 MUSIC OF ARNOLD SCHOENBERG — Continu- 
ing a series of programs devoted to the recorded 
music of Schoenberg. July 13 
Quartet No. 2 in f# for strings and soprano, Op. 

10 (Ufa Graf with Juilliard String Quartet) (Col 

ML 4736) 28m 
Three Piano Pieces, Op. 11 (Glenn Gould) (Col 

ML 5336) 14m 
Begleitungsmusik, Op. 34 (Columbia Sym/Craft) 

(Col ML 5616) 8m 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Brecht and His Back- 
ground First of eight lectures on Brecht, given by 
Eric Bentley at Columbia University, recorded by 
WKCR. To enable the listener to follow these 
lectures, we list the test used in each. In this first: 
Wedekind's Spring's Awakening (Doubleday-An- 
chor Anthology, The Modern Theatre, Vol. 6). 
July 10 

10:20 MISCELLANY 

10:30 SEEN AND HEARD IN EASTERN EUORPE: Poland 

Third of four thumb-nail sketches of Eastern Euro- 
pean countries, by V. S. Pritchett, Director of the 
New Statesman (BBC). July 12 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 CHAMBER WORKS BY CHOPIN July 26 

Seventeen Polish Songs (Kurenko, soprano; Huf- 

stader, piano) (Lyr LL 23) 40m 
Trio in g, Op. 8 (Oistrakh, violin; Knushevitzky, 

cello; Oborin, piano) (West XWN 18174) 27m 

12:10 JOURNAL OF A DOUBLE LIBERATION An ar- 
ticle which appeared under the pseudonym, Jean 
Basgue, relating 'M. Basque's' liberation from 
drugs to the liberation of France from the Nazis. 
The addiction of the author, a prominent French 
editor, was generally unknown. Translated from 
the French by Michel Fougeres. Read for WBAI 
by J. Marchat (Archives). July 10 



Page 6 



1:00 SIGN-OFF 

FRIDAY, July 10 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Another wrote: 'WBAI has gone to pot.' 

8:15 SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC Music from his time 
followed by a contemporary madrigal utilizing 
various Shakespeare texts, Salvatore Martirano's 
'0, 0, 0, 0, That Shakespeherian Rag.' For details, 
see July 15 

9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Mrs. Archer B. Gry- 

son of the American Field Service. July 9 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1927. July 7 

10:45 MISCELLANY 

11:00 JOURNAL OF A DOUBLE LIBERATION The lib- 
eration of France from the Nazis — and the 
liberation of 'M. Basque' from drugs. July 9 

11:50 NEW POETRY: Lew Welch reads recent poems. 
July 9 

12:05 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

The Liege Municipal Quartet is heard performing 
Marcel Quinet's Quartet for Strings. 

1:05 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part three. 
This series of eighteen readings from the Thomas 
Mann novel will continue Monday at this time. 

1 =35 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Brecht and his background 

with Eric Bentley. July 9 

2:25 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 7 

2:55 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND OUR CULTURE 

Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt, inventor of 
radar, discusses some of the human aspects of 
our enveloping technology with Mitchell Harding. 

3:30 MISCELLANY 

3:45 COLUMBIA'S 1903 GRAND OPERA SERIES AD- 
DENDA David Howell finds that Columbia did 
not issue all of the operatic recordings they 
made in 1903 in the LP reissue of this series. De- 
tails, July 12 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

July 7 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' part five (continued next week). 
Sir Ralph Richardson narrates Jonah and the 
Whale. Children's Songs From Spain. 

5:45 TWO MODERN FLUTE CONCERTI July 14 

JINDRICH FELD Concerto for Flute and Orchestra 
(Rampal with Czech Phil/Jiracek) (Supra SUA 
10055) 
HARALD GENZMER Concerto for Flute and Or- 
chestra (1954) (Scheck, with Berlin Phil/Konig) 
(DGG LPM 18404) 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 13 

7:30 POEMS IN PRINT A Celebration of Marlowe 

Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Chris- 
topher Marlowe's birth, Sandra Hochman and 
Jack Richardson discuss and read selections from 
Marlowe's plays. July 13 

8:05 THE CULT OF RAS TAFARI Part I The Ras Tafari 
are a Jamaican sect, similar in some respects to 



the Black Nationalist movement in the United 
States. They often wear beards and refuse to cut 
their hair ; they consider Haile Selassie their god, 
and have worked for a return to Ethiopia. These 
programs were produced by the Jamaican Broad- 
casting Corporation (Archives). July 12 

8:35 THE GOON SHOW You are not mistaken. The 
Goon Show IS BACK (in re-runs). To be broad- 
cast each Friday evening. This first selection, Ye 
Bandit of Sherwood Forest. In ye year of grace 
Mary and Uncle Fred, 1190, Wallace Greenslade, 
was stopped inne Sherwood Forest by Robin 
Hood. Howe Robin rescued his lieutenants with 
the helpe of a half-groate and a guarten of 
mulled sack is ye subject of this thrilling parch- 
mente (BBC). July 12 

9:05 LIVE CONCERT: ROBERT GROSS, VIOLIN; 
PETER HEWITT, PIANO Violinist-composer Gross 
is assisted by Mr. Hewitt in four 20th century 
works performed and recorded for Pacifica at 
KPFK. July 12 

IMBRIE Impromptu (1960) 
HINDEMITH Sonata for Violin Alone, Op.31, 

No. 2 
DALLAPICCOLATwo Studies 
BARTOK Violin and Piano Sonata No. 2 (1923) 

10:05 MISCELLANY 

10:15 NUTRITION Hunger and Politics A review of the 
geography of hunger by Dr. Marshall Deutsch, 
Director of Life Sciences Research at a local 
firm which manufactures medical equipment. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and the comments of Leonard Alt- 
man. July 12 

12:00 MISCELLANY 

12:15 THE TWO CULTURES: And the Scientific Revo- 
lution The 1959 Mede Lecture, delivered by Sir 
Charles Percival Snow at Cambridge. This is the 
talk in which he posits the 'Two Cultures' — 
the talk that began the controversy. Parts I and 
II (of IV) are read by Mitchell Harding of KPFK. 
July 11 

1:00 MUSIC FOR THE LATE NIGHT LISTENER Goss' 
plays classical music until 3:30. Tonight's program 
includes Mozart's Concerto in E flat, K. 271; per- 
formed by Walter Gieseking, with the Berlin State 
Opera Orchestra, conducted by Hans Rosbaud. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SATURDAY, July 1 1 

8:00 TE DEUMS by Charpentier and Bruckner For 

details, see July 7. 

8:00 BARTOK'S DIVERTIMENTO FOR STRING OR- 
CHESTRA, performed by the Moscow Chamber 
Orchestra. Conducted by Rudolf Barshai (Lon CM 
9332). July 27 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Silent 
Visitor,' a book read by Frederick Levine. Circus 
in Town. 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 

10:45 THE FILM ART Gideon Bachmann. 

11:30 NORWEGIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC — VII 

Works by Halvorsen and Alnaes. Details July 11 

12:30 THE TWO CULTURES: And the Scientific Revolu- 



tion The 1959 Rede Lecture, given by C. P. Snow 
— which started the 'Two Culture' controversy. 
Details on July 10. 

1:15 MISCELLANY 

1 :25 Paul Valery's SKETCH OF A SERPENT Jackson 
Matthews, poet, critic, translator, and editor of 
the collected works of Paul Valery (Bollingen 
Series), reads his prose translation of Valery's 
famous poem. He is followed by Mme. David, his 
associate in the collected works, who reads the 
poem in French (Archives). July 16 

2:00 JAZZ 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET A series of 
programs on the New York Stock Exchange, pro- 
duced for WBAI by William Kent of Irving Weis 
& Company. July 13 

4:30 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late for regular 
listing in the Folio. 

5:30 MUSIC TO PRACTICE YOGA BY Cross your 
eyes, put your finger in your navel — and listen 
to WBAI. Vocal music with veena accompaniment 
by Swami Vidyananda (Folkways FR 8903). 

6:25 THE NEW HUMANISM Science and Man The 

first program in a series on 'the New Humanism.' 
Details at 12:00 midnight on July 7. 

7:00 OLD JAZZ with Chris Albertson 

8:00 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
Dictatorships Seventh in this series in which C. 
Northcote Parkinson talks with Julien H. Franklin 
of Columbia University. July 13 

9:00 CORTOT PLAYS SCHUMANN The Kreisleriana, 
Opus 16. (Victor M 493). July 19 

9:30 FOUR BY VIVALDI Concertos 5 through 8 from 
Opus 8 are performed by Societd Corelli. De- 
tails, July 7 

10:10 Edward Albee's THE ZOO STORY When this 
play was first broadcast by KPFK, a listener 
complained to the FCC, charging Pacifica with 
obscene and blasphemous programming. We re- 
broadcast The Zoo Story, both for its literary 
merit and its importance as a test case in which 
the FFC ruled that provocative programs alone 
do not constitute cause for censuring a station. 
This production features Mark Richman and Wil- 
liam Daniels. July 15 

11:00 THE ZOO STORY: Case in Point A program 
centered around the history of Pacifica's discus- 
sions with the FCC — traced through reading 
correspondence and the final FCC decision. The 
program is narrated by KPFA Station Manager, 
Trevor Thomas (KPFA). July 15 

12:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Pete Crago and guests 
sing folk music and trace its development 



Page 7 



1:00 IN-SIDE Sounds 
3:30 SIGN-OFF 



with Chris Albertson. 



SUNDAY, July 12 

:00 CONCERTO GROSSOS Barber's uses the same 
instrumentation as Bach's - minus the solo violin. 
July 21 
BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F (Menuhin, 

violin; Clift, trumpet; Taylor, recorder (flute); 

Craxton, oboe with Bath Festival Chmbr Orch/ 

Menuhin) (Cap GBR 7127) 13m 
BARBER Capricorn Concerto (Mear, trumpet; 



Mariano, flute; Sprenkle, oboe with Eastman 
Rochester Strings/Hanson) (Mer MG 50244) 16m 

8:30 ORATORIO BY SCARLATTI San Filippo Neri", 
in a performance by the Angelicum Orchestra 
of Milan under Franco Caracciolo. For cast de- 
tails, see July 18 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC Dame Myra Hess 
reminisces about her debut in 1907 and gives 
views on today's audiences and music. Larry 
Adler demonstrates the mouth-organ (BBC). 
July 7 

10:00 THE CULT OF RAS TAFARI Part I First of three 
programs on the Jamaican sect. For complete 
details, see 8:05 p.m., July 10. 

10:30 THE NEW HUMANISM The Garden of Eden 

The second program in this series, narrated by 
Mitchell Harding, on 'The New Humanism 'taken 
from the Colver lectures at Brown University. 
July 7 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and the comments of Leonard 
Altman. July 10 

12:00 NEW EVIDENCE ON THE ORIGIN OF MAN 

Dr. Louis B. Leakey discusses the implications of 
his findings of fossils dating from 1,750,000 years 
ago. Details on July 9. 

12:30 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 7 

1 =00 MOZART'S LA CLEMENZA Dl TITO, K. 621 is 

a two-act opera with a libretto by Pietro Metas- 
tasio. Fernando Previtali conducts the Symphony 
Orchestra and Chorus of R.A.I, of Rome, with the 
following cast: July 15 

Vitellia Susan ne Danco 

Servillia Bruna Rizzoli 

Sextus Ester Orel I 

Annius Jolanda Gardino 

Titus Herbet Handt 

Publius Andrea Mineo 

3:20 JOHN KEATS: Old and New Voices A talk 
given by author, Aileen Ward, at a dinner honor- 
ing the publication of New Voices '64 (Macmil- 
lan) . July 7 

4:00 THE GOON SHOW Ye Bandit of Sherwood 
Forest July 10 

4:30 LIVE CONCERT: ROBERT GROSS, VIOLIN; 
PETER HEWITT, PIANO Violinist-composer Gross 
is assisted by Mr. Hewitt in 20th century works 
by Imbrie, Hindemith, Dallapiccola and Bartok, 
performed and recorded for Pacifica by KPFK. 
Details, see July 11 

5:30 THE POET IN NEW YORK Aaron Kramer reads 
poems about New York from his book, The Tune 
of the Calliope (Archives) . July 8 

6:05 SEEN AND HEARD IN EASTERN EUROPE: Poland 

July 9 

6:20 *BEETHOVEN'S QUARTET IN B FLAT, op. 130, 
heard in a new release by the Fine Arts Quartet 
(Concert Disc M 1240) . July 20 

7:00 CHINA AND THE WORLD The last of three 
symposium programs on modern China, edited 
and produced by Chris Koch (Archives). July 14 

8:00 HAYDN MASSES Conductor Baird Hastings 
comments on Haydn's sixth mass, the Missa 
Celensis in C, composed in 1782. The perform- 
ance is by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, solo- 



Page 8 



ists, and the Akademie Kammerchor of Vienna 
under the direction of Dr. Hans Gillesberger 
(Haydn HSLP 2011) . July 13 

8:50 MARK TWAIN Charles Neider, novelist and 
free-lance writer, reads his introduction to a 
forthcoming edition of the complete novels of 
Mark Twain, to be published later this year by 
Doubleday. July 13 

9:50 COLUMBIA'S 1903 GRAND OPERA SERIES David 
Howell plays the Columbia operatic recordings 
made in 1903. Heard are the voices of Declery, 
Debassini, Journet, Daddi, Tetrazzini, van Rooy, 
Wright and Burkraf. July 10 

10:35 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY Miss Alexandra 
Tolstoy talks with Byron Bryant about her father's 
last years and also about some of his ideas 
(Archives) . July 17 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Martin Williams presents 
Monk and 'Trane. 



12:00 SIGN-OFF 



MONDAY, July 1 3 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

The first of several programs on Tree's.' This 
morning: 'Free dom.' 

8:15 HANDEL'S 'WATER MUSIC heard in a per- 
formance by the Berlin Philharmonic Orch. under 
Rafal Kubelik. July 16 

9:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 10 

9:30 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 

Seventh in this series with C. Northcote Parkin- 
son and Julien H. Franklin. July 11 

10:30 MUSIC OF ARNOLD SCHOENBERG — X Con- 
tinuing a series of programs devoted to the re- 
corded works of Schoenberg. Details July 9 

11:30 THE SCRAMBLERS An impression in sound and 
dialogue of the sport of motorcycle scrambling 
(BBC). July 16 

12:30 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

A divertimento by Dittersdorf and a trio by de 
Bourguignon, performed by the Fouya Trio. 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part four. 

1:30 POEMS IN PRINT A Celebration of Marlowe 

Sandra Hochman. July 10 

2:05 HAYDN MASSES — IV Mass No. 6 in C, the 

Missa Celensis, dating from 1782. Details, July 12 

3:05 MARK TWAIN Charles Neider reads his intro- 
duction to the complete novels of Mark Twain. 
July 12 

4:00 THE TWO CULTURES: And the Scientific Revo- 
lution Parts 3 and 4 of the 1959 Rede lecture, de- 
livered by Sir Charles Percival Snow. (For more 
details, see 12:15 a.m., July 10.) July 14 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' part six. 'Pippy Lingstockings,' 
Asti Lindgren's story, read by Bette MacDonald. 
Songs Children Sing in Israel. 

5:45 NORWEGIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC July 11 
HALVORSEN Suite Ancienne, Op. 31 (23m) 
HALVORSEN Suite from Fossegrimen, Op. 21 
(both by Oslo Phil Orch/Oivin Fjeldstad) (both 
on Merc MG 90001) 20m 



ALNAES Four Songs (Kirsten Flagstad with Lon- 
don Sym Orch/Fjeldstad) (London 5525) 12m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Another in the 
series, prepared by WBAI's News Editor, Robert 
Potts. July 14 

7:30 THE CULT OF RAS TAFARI A Way of Life Part II 

The second of three programs on the Jamaican 
sect — produced by the Jamaican Broadcasting 
Corporation. More details on July 10 (Archives). 
July 14 

8:00 MISCELLANY 

8:15 KIYOKO TANAKA PLAYS DEBUSSY PRELUDES 

The young Japanese pianist plays the French- 
man's music on a recording imported by Pacifica 
(King 3002). July 8 

8:55 SECOND SKIN Novelist John Hawkes, author 
of The Cannibal and The Lime Twig, reads a 
chapter from his latest and highly praised novel, 
Second Skin (New Directions). July 19 

9:30 TWO NOVELISTS John Hawkes, auther of Sec- 
ond Skin (New Directions), and Susan Sontag, 

literary critic, philosophy teacher, and author of 
The Benefactor — her recently published first 
novel (Farrar-Straus) - discuss the art of the 
novel in terms of their own work. July 19 

10:15 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Produced for 
WBAI by William Kent of Irving Weis & Com- 
pany. July 11 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL — II Ervin Lukacs 
directs the Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra. 
The violin soloist is Denes Kovacs. July 14 
FERENC FARKAS Prelude and Fugue 
BARTOK Violin Concerto No. 2 
SCHUMANN Symphony No. 4 in d 

12:20 MISCELLANY 



THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — Myth 
or Fantasy? 

Every evening this week — at 12:30 a.m. — from 
the Top of the Mark, East 39 Street, WBAI will 
bring you instantaneous coverage of the 1964 
Republican Presidential Convention. 

Our special correspondents, Severn Darden of 
the Second City and Rich'd Neuweiler formerly 
of the Second City and now with Monocle maga- 
zine, suggest you tune out the sound of your TV 
set — while they give you a running report, in- 
terspersed with editorial observations, predic- 
tions and interviews with local and national ex- 
perts, poll-takers, king-makers, campaign man- 
agers, and other human failures. 

From 12:30 a.m. — on into the night . . . 



12:30 THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — 
Myth or Fantasy? Severn Darden, Rich'd Neu- 
weiler and the GOP Convention. 

TUESDAY, July 14 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Today: 'Free thinking.' 

8:15 SHOSTAKOVICH'S FOURTH SYMPHONY in a 

performance by the Philadelphia Orchestra under 
Eugene Ormandy. July 18 

9:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Robert Potts. 
July 13 



9:30 CHINA AND THE WORLD Last of three sym- 
posiums on modern China (Archives). July 12 

10:30 TWO MODERN FLUTE CONCERTI by Feld and 
Genzmer. Details, July 10 

11:30 THE TWO CULTURES: And the Scientific Revo- 
lution Details on July 13. 

12:15 MISCELLANY 

12:30 THE LONG-DISTANCE PIANO-PLAYER A par- 
able — in voice and piano music — for radio by 
Alan Sharp. Piano music composed and per- 
formed by Richard Rodney Bennett (BBC). July 16 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part five. 

1:30 NUTRITION Hunger and Politics by Dr. Mar- 
shall Deutsch. July 10. 

2:00 THE TIBETAN LAMA An autobiography of a 
Tibetan Lama — adapted for radio and narrated 
by Frederic Warburg (BBC). July 16 

2:50 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL - II Orchestral works 
by Farkas and Schumann and Bartok's second 
violin concerto. Details, July 13 

4:15 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC A BBC program with 
Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears, Arda Mandikian, 
George Malcolm and A. L. Lloyd. July 19 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' Part seven. A Signpost to an 
Eight-Armed Monster. Peter Gerald reads poems 
from 'Peacock Pie" by Walter de la Mare. Songs 
in French. 

5:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood July 15 

6:15 MASSES BY SCHUBERT AND MOZART Details, 
August 8 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 WINNING WITHOUT WAR The Cold War in 
Space Last of six programs prepared by Amitai 
Etzioni, a research associate at the Institute of 
War and Peace at Columbia. In this program, 
Mr. Etzioni refers to the recent book Moon- 
Doggle (Doubleday) . July 15 

7:30 FROM THE POETRY CENTER Raphael Rudnick 

reads from his poetry in a program recorded at 
the Poetry Center of the YM-YWHA. July 15 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1928. July 17 
BARTOK Fourth String Quartet 
SCHOENBERG Orchestral Variations, Op. 31 
MESSIAEN Le Banquet Celeste 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:15 SEGREGATION IN MEDICINE A discussion of 
this problem by Dr. John Holloman, Jr., of the 
staff of Harlem Hospital; Algernon D. Block, 
Director of a recent study on Discrimination in 
Medicine in N.Y.; and Michael Meltsner, As- 
sistant Counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense 
Fund. Moderated by Chris Koch. July 15 

10:00 SEEN AND HEARD IN EASTERN EUROPE Last 

of four thumbnail sketches on Eastern European 
countries. 



Pac© 9 



OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 



10:15 THE ADVENTURES 

July 17 

10:30 SAM JULTY Part I Big cars — small cars. July 15 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL — III This concert 
features the Parrenin Quartet. July 16 
BEETHOVEN Quartet in f. Op. 95 




In the midst of all this, WBAI's music director, 
John Corigliano, won the 1964 Spoleto Chamber 
Music Competition, a contest held for several 
seasons — but never before awarded to a com- 
poser. 

The award includes a trip to the Spoleto Fes- 
tival, where Mr. Corigliano's Sonata for Violin 
and Piano will be performed on July 10. 



DEBUSSY Quartet in g 
BARTOK Quartet No. 5 

12:30 THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — 
Myth or Fantasy? Severn Darden and Rich'd Neu- 
weiller (See July 13 for complete facts.) 

WEDNESDAY, July 15 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

'Free wheeling' 

8:15 SOLO VIOLIN SONATAS by Bach, Prokofiev 
and Bartok, in performances by Nathan Mil- 
stein and Ruggerio Ricci. For details, see July 23 

9:15 WINNING WITHOUT WAR The Cold War in 
Space Amitai Etzioni. July 14 

9:30 MOZART'S LA CLEMENZA Dl TITO, K. 621, in 
a performance from the Italian Radio. Details on 
July 12 

11:40 SEGREGATION IN MEDICINE A discussion on 
this problem. For participant details, see July 14. 

12:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 14 

1:00 SAM JULTY July 14 

1:45 FROM THE POETRY CENTER Raphael Rudnick 

reads from his poetry. July 14 

2:15 MISCELLANY 

2:25 Edward Albee's THE ZOO STORY With Mark 



Page 10 



Richman and William Daniels. Details at 10:10 
p.m., July 11. 

3:15 THE ZOO STORY: Case in Point The history of 
Pacifica's discussions with the FCC — traced 
through correspondence. July 11 

4:15 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

The 'Musica Polyphonica' ensemble performs Jo- 
hann Friedrich Fasch's Quartet in B[} and Tele- 
mann's Quartet in D Minor. 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Exploits 
of Moominpapa,' Conclusion. Tales from the East 
— Chrystabel Weerasinghe. 

5:45 CONTEMPORARY SLAVIC CHAMBER MUSIC 

Two conservative works for large ensembles. 
IDA HURNIK The Four Seasons (Vlach Quartet 

and soloists of the Czech Phil/Ancerl) (Supra 

LPM 381) 
ALOIS HABA Nonet No. 3, Op. 82 (Czech 

Nonet) (Supra SUA 10031) 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. U.N. Corres- 
pondent Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns 
in U.N. affairs usually ignored by the mass 
media. July 16 

7:30 THE MENGELBERG ERA III Third of fourteen 
programs made by Radio Nederland. William 

Mengelberg and Amsterdam's Concertgebouw 
Orchestra perform Beethoven's Fourth Symphony, 
part of a Beethoven Symphony Cycle performed 
in 1940. Introduced by William Malloch. 

8.15 THE LAW AND SOCIETY The Jury: Safeguard 
or Anachronism A discussion at the Center for 
the Study of Democratic Institutions, centered 
around a report by Harry Kalven on a study of 
the jury system. July 16 

9:00 *TWO TRIOS on a new release. July 24 

BEETHOVEN Trio in G, Op. 121a ('Kakadu' 

Variations) 19m 
BRAHMS Trio No. 2 in C, Op. 87 28m (Graffman, 

piano; Senofsky, violin; Trepel, cello) (Vic 

LM 2715) 

9:45 Henry James's DAISY MILLER James's short 
novel, adapted and produced by Burt Green o 
Theatre 12. Directed by Denis Vaughan. Technica 
direction by Bob Kramer, assisted by Phil Keenan 
Produced for WBAI by Dick Elman. Cast.- Win 
terbourne . . . George Neighbors; Randolph . . 
David Feldman; Daisy Miller . . . Bryarly Lee 
Mrs. Costello . . . Carla Rich; Mrs. Walker . . 
Nancy Reardson; Eugenio & Giovanelli . . 
David Matson; Mrs. Miller . . . Myra Greene 
(Archives). July 18 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC is followed by a 
contemporary madrigal utilizing various Shake- 
speare texts, Salvatore Martirano's 'O, O, O, O, 
That Shakespeherian Rag.' The former set, offer 
works by Morley, Byrd, Dowland, Weelkes, Peer- 
son, Hume, Bartlett and Wilbye, performed by 
the New York Pro Musica under Noah Green- 
berg (Decca DL 9421). The 'Rag' is on a CRI 
release (CRI 164), with Princeton Chamber Sin- 
gers and a chamber ensemble under Thomas 
Hilbish. July 10 

12:00 THE POETRY OF BORIS PASTERNAK Readings 
by George Reavy. July 8 



12:30 THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — 
Myth or Fantasy? as seen by Severn Darden and 
Rich'd Neuweiler. 

THURSDAY, July 16 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

'Free rabbits.' 

8:15 TWO QUARTETS by Beethoven and Ellis Kohs 
Details, July 17 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
July 15 

9:30 THE LAW AND SOCIETY The Jury: Safeguard 
or Anachronism July 15 

10:15 1963 BUDAPEST FESTIVAL — III Quartets by 
Beethoven, Debussy and Bartok, performed by 
the Parrenin Quartet. July 14 

11:45 SEEN AND HEARD IN EASTERN EUROPE July 14 

12:00 Paul Valery's SKETCH OF A SERPENT read in 
English by Jackson Matthews and in French by 
Mme. David. July 11 

12:35 THE SCRAMBLERS An impression of motorcycle 
scrambling. July 13 

1 :05 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part seven. 

1:35 HOW SOCIAL IS SCIENCE Mitchell Harding 
reads an article by Poul Anderson on the birth 
of Scientific Method, originally published in 
Saturday Review (KPFK). 

2:00 THE TIBETAN LAMA An autobiography of a 
Tibetan Lama. July 14 

2:50 CHAMBER WORKS BY COPLAND His Violin 
Sonata and Piano Fantasy. For details, see July 9 

3:50 THE LONG-DISTANCE PIANO-PLAYER A par- 
able provided by voice and piano. July 14 

4:20 ERASMUS DARWIN AND THE ART OF SCIENCE 

from the London Times Literary Supplement — 

read by Mitchell Harding (KPFK) . 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Mer- 
chant of Baghdad (BBC). Millie Weitz reads 
'The Sneetches and Other Stories,' by Dr. Seuss. 
'Tico' — read by Leo Lionni, the author-illus- 
trator. American Folk Songs — Pete Seeger. 

5:45 HANDEL'S 'WATER MUSIC heard in a per- 
formance by the Berlin Philharmonic under Rafael 
Kubelik on DGG 138799. July 13 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Dr. Samuel Hendel, 

Chairman of the City University's Russian Area 
Studies Graduate Program and editor of The 
Soviet Crucible. July 17 

7:45 DUBS FROM THE COAST KPFK's William Mal- 
loch introduces works by Vaughan Williams per- 
formed by the composer. A pre-electric acousti- 
cal recording of the overture to 'The Wasps' is 
followed by the only electrical recording of the 
composer conducting one of his own works — a 
stunning performance of the 'Symphony No. 4 
in F minor.' July 17 

8:35 WALES: The Sabotage Stage Incidents of 
sabotage led to the arrest and imprisonment of 
several young men belonging to a movement for 
self government in Wales. Colin D. Edwards in- 
terviews their legal adviser at the trial, Professor 
Graham Hughes, who is soon to take a post of 
Professor of Law at New York University (KPFA) . 
July 17 



9:05 THE VELVET CURTAIN Wilbert Tatum discusses 
the curtain between black and white. July 17 

9:20 MISCELLANY 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT: Expressionism. The sec- 
ond of Eric Bentley's Columbia classroom lectures. 
The text for this lecture is Anthology of Ex- 
pressionist Drama (Doubleday Anchor) edited by 
Walter Sokel. July 17 

10:15 BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
The Damned Collin Gonze, editor of Africa Today, 

talks with Mahmoud Mestiri, Counsellor of the 
Embassy of the Permanent Mission to the UN, 
about Francois Fanon's The Damned, recently 
published in English by Presence Africane in 
Paris. July 17 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 HIATUS A spot left open for unscheduled pro- 
grams and last minute arrivals in the realm of 
literature and drama. 

11:30 TWO SETTINGS OF THE SONG OF SONGS' 

July 7 

DANIEL-LESUR Le Cantigues des Cantigues (En- 
semble polyphonigue de Paris/Couraud with 
speakers Maria Casares and Alain Carel) 
(Vega C 35 A 64) 

LUKAS FOSS Songs of Songs (Tourel, mezzo- 
soprano with New York Philharmonic/Bern- 
stein) (Col ML 5451) 

12:30 THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — 
Myth or Fantasy on into the night. 

FRIDAY, July 17 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

'Free love.' 

8:15 DEL PUEYO PLAYS BEETHOVEN Performance by 
the Spanish pianist of the Moonlight and Ham- 
merklavier sonatas — the first is on a new release. 
Details on, July 14 

9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Dr. Samuel Hendel 

July 16 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1928. July 14 

10:45 MISCELLANY 

11:00 WALES: The Sabotage Stage discussed by Pro- 
fessor Graham Hughes. July 16 

11:30 THE BOMB An enguiry into the nature of a 
possible nuclear attack, arranged and produced 
by D. G. Bridson (BBC). July 19 

12:30 CHAMBER MUSIC FROM THE BELGIAN RADIO 

Victor Legley's Quartet No. 2 is performed by the 
Pro Nova Quartet. 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part eight. 
The series of readings from Thomas Mann's last 
novel will continue on Monday. 

1:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Expression with Eric 
Bentley. July 16 

2:15 THE VELVET CURTAIN between black and 
white. July 16 

2:30 FLASHBACK Sounds and memories from the 
early movies recalled by Mary Pickford, Tom Mix, 
Charles Chaplin and others (BBC). July 18 

3:00 MISCELLANY 

3:10 DUBS FROM THE COAST Vaughan Williams 
conducting his own music — the overture to 'The 
Wasps' and the 'Symphony No. 4 in F minor.' 
Details, July 16 



Page 1 1 



4:00 BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Collin Gonze and Mahmoud Mestiri. July 16 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

July 14 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Brave 
Little Tailor (BBC). A Child's Introduction to Jazz 
— Julian (Cannonball) Adderley. 

5:45 TWO QUARTETS July 16 

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

(Budapest Quartet) (Col ML 5395) 27m 
ELLIS KOHS A Short Concert for String Quartet 

(Quartet No. 2) (1948) (Shapiro and Ross, 

violins; Schonbach, viola; Rejto, cello) (CRI 

176) 26m 

6:35 SONGS BY BEETHOVEN Seven songs performed 
by Herta Glaz, mezzo-soprano and Leo Mueller, 
pianist, on MGM E 3012: Andenken,- Ich Liebe 
Dich; Mailied; Nur Wer die Sehnsucht Kennt; 
Wonne der Wehmut; Kennst Du das Land; Der 
Kuss. July 8 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 20 

7:30 THE CULT OF RAS TAFARI The Ras Tafari and 
Africa Last of three programs on the unusual 
Jamaican sect (Archives). July 19 

8:00 GREAT PERFORMANCES This is the second 
dealing with the Busch-Serkin involvement with 
the chamber music of Brahms. In this one, Adolf 
Busch and Rudolf Serkin perform the Violin 
Sonata No. 2 in A, Op. 100 (17m) (Victor 8135-6) 
followed by the Busch String Quartet and Serkin 
performing the Quartet for Piano and Strings 
No. 2 in A, Op. 26 (Victor M 346) 40m. July 19 

9:00 THE GOON SHOW The Dreaded Batter Pud- 
ding Hurler (Spike Milligan) 'A trail of cold bat- 
ter pudding eventually led Ned Seagoon to 
North Africa where he finally captured the 
traitor (BBC).' 

9:30 MISCELLANY 

9:40 THE POETRY OF VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY 

George Reavey reads from the works of the Rus- 
sian poet, translated by Dr. Reavey and Max 
Hayword (Meridian Books) (Archives). July 19 

10:15 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Noise Another in the 
series by Dr. Marshall Deutsch, Director of Life 
Sciences Research at a local firm which manu- 
factures medical eguipment. July 20 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and the comments of Leonard 
Altman. July 19 

12:00 MY FATHER, LEO TOLSTOY Miss Alexandra 
Tolstoy discusses her father. July 12 

12:30 THE BIG TUNE-OUT: The GOP Convention — 
Myth or Fantasy? 

SATURDAY, July 18 

8:00 BENJAMIN BRITTEN CONCERT A program ol 
his works given in honor of his 50th birthday last 
season by the Henry Wood Promenade concerts. 
Britten conducts his own 'Cantata Misericordium' 
and 'Sinfonia da Reguiem,' and his edition of 
Purcell's 'Chacony in G minor.' For more de- 
tails, see July 19 



Page 12 



9:00 THE DEATH OF HECTOR A version based on 
Homer's Iliad set in the style of a Balkan epic 
ballad by Matyas Seiber and introduced by 
Douglas Cleverdon (BBC) July 1. 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE The Man 

Who Could Work Miracles' — Mary Alan Hokan- 
son reads the story by H. G. Wells. 'The Fat 
Brown Bear on the Motorcycle' — Reiner Zim- 
nik's book read by Lew Merkelson. Around the 
Block, Around the World. 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty 

10:45 THE FILM ART Gideon Bachmann 

11:30 THE MENGELBERG ERA III Third in a series of 
fourteen programs, this program continues a 
Beethoven-Symphony cycle with a performance 
of Beethoven's Fourth Symphony. For details see 
July 15. 

12:15 DAISY MILLER by Henry James Adapted and 
produced by Burt Green of Theatre 12 (Archives). 
For complete cast details, see 9:45, July 15. 

1:15 MISCELLANY 

1:30 FLASHBACK Recollections and sounds from old 
movies. July 17 

2:00 JAZZ 

4:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late tor regular 
listing in the Folio. 

5:00 ORATORIO BY SCARLATTI San Filippo Neri,' 
in a performance by the Ange-licum Orchestra of 
Milan under Franco Caracciolo with the fol- 
lowing cast: July 12 

San Filippo Petre Munteanu, tenor 

La Speranza ... Biancamaria Casoni, soprano 

La Carita Bruno Rizzoli, soprano 

La Fede Annamaria Rota, contralto 

(Music Guild M 12) 

6:00 THE GOON SHOW The Dreaded Batter Pud- 
ding Hurler In the fine style of BBC mysteries. 
July 17 

6:30 TEA AND YESTERDAY A two-part invention for 
voices, by Malcolm Quantrill (BBC) . July 20 

7:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman. 

8:00 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
Theocracy Eighth in the series with C. Northcote 
Parkinson and Julien H. Franklin of Columbia. 
July 20 

9:00 SHOSTAKOVICH'S FOURTH SYMPHONY was 

first heard in the West in 1962 — more than twenty- 
five years after its composition. Eugene Ormandy 
leads the Philadelphia Orchestra in this per- 
formance on Columbia ML 5859. July 14 

10:00 J. H. Synge's THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN 
WORLD Synge's classic of the Irish Theatre, 
featuring the Gate Theatre Company of Sau- 
salito. Produced for Pacifica by Jack Nessel with 
technical assistance by Christine Stone (KPFA) . 
July 22 

11:40 MORE FREE FORM JAZZ by the Free Form Im- 
provisation Ensemble. July 6 

12:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Pete Crago and Ms 
guests sing folk music. 

1:00 IN-SIDE Chris Albertson, Gamma Globulin, 
sounds, others. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SUNDAY, July 19 

8:00 A CAPELLA Performances by the Hufstader 
Singers on Cook BN 1092, and the Gregg Smith 
Singers on Verve MG V 2137, of works spanning 
five centuries. July 8 

9:00 CORTOT PLAYS SCHUMANN The Kreisleriana, 
Opus 16, is heard on a dub from Victor M 493. 
July 11 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC Benjamin Britten and 
Peter Pears discuss the 'composing process.' Two 
fourteenth century songs of the Byzantium are 
sung by soprano, Arda Mandikian. The harpsi- 
chordist George Malcolm and A. L. Lloyd con- 
clude the program (BBC). July 14 

10:00 THE CULT OF RAS TAFARI The Ras Tafari and 
Africa July 17 

10:30 THE POETRY OF VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY read 
by George Reavey (Archives). July 17 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC with Leonard Altman. 
July 17 

12:00 THE BOMB An enguiry into the nature of a 
possible nuclear attack. July 17 

1:00 RICHARD STRAUSS FESTIVAL Fourth program 
in the series devoted to the complete Strauss 
operatic repertoire available on records, with 
commentary by Strauss musicologist Dr. A. F. R. 
Lawrence. Ariadne auf Naxos, Op. 60 (1911) is 
heard in a performance with Von Karajan direct- 
ing the Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus. 
(Soloists include Elisabeth Schwarzkopf-Ariadne,- 
Irmgard Seefried — the composer; Rudolph Schock 
— the tenor and Bacchus) (Ang 3532 C/L). 

3:15 SECOND SKIN Novelist John Hawkes reads a 
chapter from his latest, Second Skin. July 13 

3:50 TWO NOVELISTS John Hawkes and Susan San- 
tag discuss the novel in terms of their own work. 
July 13 

4:35 GREAT PERFORMANCES OF THE CENTURY - 

XX Chamber music by Brahms is performed by 
members of the Busch family and Rudolf Serkin. 
July 17 

5:35 THE LAST TRUMP Men and women talk to 
Ronald Lloyd about Judgment Day (BBC). 

6:05 BOW BELLS Story of the bells of St. Mary-le- 
Bow (BBC). 

6:30 STRING SEXTETS July 25 

BRAHMS Sextet in G, Op. 36 (Heifetz, Baker, 

violins; Primrose, Majewski, violas; Piatigorsky, 

Rejito, cellos) (Vic LD 6159-2) 30m 
TCHAIKOVSKY Souvenir of Florence, Op. 70 (Ko- 

gan, Elizaveta Gilels, violins; Barshai, Talalian, 

violas; Knushevitzky, Rostropovich, cellos) 

(Mon MC2019) 33m 

7:00 GANDHI'S THEORIES: A Reappraisal by Ox 

ford University Lecturer, Dr. Raghaven Iyer. Re- 
corded at the University of Chicago. July 21 

8:00 HAYDN MASSES — V Conductor Baird Hastings 
introduces Haydn's seventh mass, the 'Mass In 
Time of War in C,' from 1796. Hans Gillesberger 
conducts the Orchestra of the Vienna State 
Opera and the Akademie Kammerchor, with solo- 
ists. (Haydn HS-9055). July 20 

9:00 POLITICS OF THE FILM A panel discussion on 
that subject, held and recorded at the Com- 
munity Church. Participating are-. Alberto Mo- 
ravia, the Italian novelist and critic; the ubigui- 
tous Dwight Macdonald, film critic for Esquire,- 



and James Blue, creator of The Olive Trees of 
Justice, winner of an award at Cannes. Daniel 
Rosenblatt moderates. July 20 

10:05 BENJAMIN BRITTEN CONCERT A program of 
his works given in honor of his 50th birthday last 
season by the Henry Wood Promenade concerts. 
Britten conducts the London Symphony Orches- 
tra. July 18 

PURCELL (edited Britten) Chacony in g 7m 
BRITTEN Cantata Misericordium, Op. 69, for 
tenor, baritone, small chorus, piano, harp, 
timpani and strings (Pears, tenor,- Hemsley, 
baritone with BBC chorus) 26m 
BRITTEN Sinfonia da Reguiem 20m 

11 :00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Dan Morgenstern. 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 

MONDAY, July 20 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

'Free Association' 

8:15 CHAMBER MUSIC by Beethoven and Brahms. 
Details, July 24 

9:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 17 

9:30 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
Theocracy July 18 

10:30 CONTEMPORARY SLAVIC CHAMBER MUSIC 

by Hurnik and Haba. For details, see July 15 

11:30 TEA AND YESTERDAY A two-part invention for 

voices. July 18 

12:00 HAYDN MASSES — V Mass No. 7, Mass In 
Time of War in C,' composed in 1796. Details are 
on July 19. 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part nine. 

1:30 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Noise Dr. Marshall 
Deutsch. July 17 

2:00 MUSIC BY STOCKHAUSEN Two electronic 
works (Gesang der Junglinge and Kontakte) and 
a percussion piece (Zyklus) . Details on Aug. 1. 

3:00 POLITICS OF THE FILM A panel discussion on 
that subject, held at the Community Church. Par- 
ticipant details on July 19. 

4:05 'BEETHOVEN'S QUARTET IN B FLAT, Op. 130 

heard in a new release by the Fine Arts Quartet 
on Concert Disc M 1240. July 12 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE See page 21 



Page 13 



5:45 SOLO GUITAR Roncalli's 'Suite No. 1 in G' 
performed by jazz guitarist, Charles Byrd (Wash- 
ington WR 429) . July 27 

6:00 VAUGHAN WILLIAMS' A LONDON SYM- 
PHONY.' his Symphony No. 2/ performed on a 
new release by the Halle Orchestra under Sir 
John Barbirolli (Vanguard SRV 134). July 27 

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. July 21 

7:30 THE EXPLORERS In which two explorers dis- 
cuss exploration, the sad state of wanderlustless 
youth, and their remarkable experiences: Gavin 
Young, New York Correspondent for the Lon- 
don Observer; and Jean Liedloff, who headed 
four expeditions in Venezuelan Guiana (Ar- 
chives). July 26 

8:30 MISCELLANY 

8:40 MILDRED DUNNOCK distinguished actress in 
the American theatre — most recently in Trojan 
Women — discusses with Frances Barry the 
achievements, problems, and needs of the 
theatre. Miss Dunnock was the original Linda 
Loman in Death of a Salesman. July 21 

9:25 ISCM CONCERT — III Last of three concerts by 
the International Society for Contemporary 
Music, recorded by Jerry Bruck at the New 
School. This one took place on April 17, 1964 and 
featured the N. Y. Woodwind Quintet. July 21 
SCHOENBERG Quintet, Op. 26 (1924) 35m 
DOUGLAS LEEDY Quintet for Winds (1962) 

(FIRST PERF) 10m 
PISTON Three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and 

Bassoon (1926) 9m 
BLACKWOOD Pastorale and Variations (1961) 

(FIRST U.S. PERF) 13m 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 Artaud THE POETRY A bi-lingual presentation 
of Artaud's poetry. Read in French by Jean 
Decock; in English by Jack Hirschman (KPFK). 
July 19 

11:45 MISCELLANY 

12:00 *OBOE CONCERTOS BY HANDEL with oboist 
Robert Casier, and the Orchestra of the Centro 
Soli/Anthony Bernard (Nonesuch H 1013) 



Adv' 



NEW YORK SUMMER: 
300 FREE EVENTS! 

Unique calendar listing of over 300 free-admission N. Y. City summer events. Is bonus 
for new Concert Club members! PLUS 75 ABSOLUTELY FREE ADMISSIONS TO 
LINCOLN CENTER. CARNEGIE & TOWN HALLS DURING COMING SEASON! (Good 
thru Sept. 1965.) PLUS discounts to scores of B'way & off-B'way shows! This fabulous 
offer, backed by New York's most active Impresario, is aimed at 'papering' halls to 
Chiaclty. SINGLE MEMBERSHIP only $7.50. DOUBLE (2 free tickets to each event) 
only $13.50. SEND NOW to: CONCERT CLUB, 119 W. 57. (Membership limited.) 



Page 14 



Concerto in B[j 14m; Concerto in d 12m ; Concerto 
in F 12m ; Concerto in g 11m. July 22 



1:00 SIGN-OFF 



TUESDAY, July 21 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Free talk. 

8:15 PIANO MUSIC July 29 

BACH French Suite No. 4 in E\y (Friskin, piano) 

(Bach Guild BG 544) 10m 
IVES Second Piano Sonata: 'Concord, Mass., 

1840-1860' (Pappastavrou, piano with Lichter, 

flute) (CRI 150) 47m 

9:15 OPINION Hallock Hoffman. July 20 

9:30 GANDHI'S THEORIES: A Reappraisal by Dr. 

Raghaven Iyer. July 19 

10:30 STRAUSS'S 'ENOCH ARDEN' Tennyson's poem 
read by Claude Rains,- Strauss' music played by 
pianist Glenn Gould on Columbia ML 5741. July 28 

11:30 MILDRED DUNNOCK discusses the American 
theatre with WBAI's Frances Barry. July 20 

12:15 MISCELLANY 

12:30 CONCERTO GROSSOS by Bach and Barber. 
For details, see July 12 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part ten. 

1 :30 Artaud THE POETRY A bilingual presentation 
of Artaud's poetry. July 20 

2:00 ISCM CONCERT — III Works by Schoenberg, 
Douglas Leedy, Piston and Easley Blackwood, 
performed by the N. Y. Woodwind Quintet. Com- 
plete details on July 20 

3:10 ORBIT ONE A play about space missiles, set 
in Australia. Written by Desmond Cory (BBC). 
July 25 

4:15 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC The program includes 
conductor Antal Dorati, concert master Paul Beard 
and harpsichordist George Malcolm. July 26 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

6:15 VARIATIONS FOR KEYBOARD performed on the 
harpsichord by Fernando Volenti on Music Guild 
M46. 

RAMEAU Gavotte et six doubles 7m 
HANDEL Chaconne in G 5m 
MOZART Variations on 'Ah! Vous dirai-je, 

Maman' 9m 
SCARLATTI Suite XXVIII, L. 136 4m 
PACHELBEL Chaconne with variations 9m 
MATTHESON Sarabande and three variations 6m 
BALBASTRE Noel : Josef est bien marie 6m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 ROBERT THEOBALD Economist and author of 
Free Men and Free Markets (Carlson N. Potter). 
July 22 

7:30 FILMS Norman Fruchter and Henry Heifetz re- 
view current motion pictures. July 22 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the year 1928. July 24 
WEBERN Symphony, Op. 21 
WEILL Three Penny Opera 

9:00 MISCELLANY 



9:15 NO MORE REVOLUTIONS In technologically 
advanced nations, states Dr. Hans Morgenthau, 

popular revolutions are no longer possible — 
because governments monopolize the most de- 
structive instruments of violence. July 22 

9:55 JAMES PURDY, author of Home by Dark and 
Encore, reads two stories from his collection, 
Children is All (New Directions). July 23 

10:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

July 24 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 NORWEGIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC July 23 
HALVORSEN Norwegian Rhapsody No. 2 (11m) 
VALEN Concertino for Piano and Chamber Or- 
chestra, Op. 44 (Robert Riefling, piano) 10m 
BRAEIN Serenade Op. 5 (12m) 
SVENDSEN Carnival in Paris, Op. 9 (all by Oslo 
Phil Orch/Oivin Fjeldstad) (all on Philips A 
631 099 L) 12m 

12:00 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF C. P. SNOW Snows 
'Two Culture' theory created little disturbance 
until the 1962 Richmond Lecture by critic, F. R. 
Levis. Mr. Levis's talk is read here by Norman 
Belkin of KPFK. July 22 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, July 22 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Seymour Freely. 

8:15 *OBOE CONCERTOS BY HANDEL on a new 

release. Details, July 20 

9:15 ROBERT THEOBALD July 21 

9:30 RICHARD STRAUSS FESTIVAL Dr. Lawrence in- 
troduces Ariadne auf Naxos, Op. 60. Details, 
July 19 

11:45 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF C. P. SNOW The 1962 

Richmond Lecture by F. R. Levis, read by Norman 
Belkin. July 21 

12:45 MISCELLANY 

1 :00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part eleven. 

1:30 FILMS with Fruchter and Heifetz. July 21 

2:00 PULITZER PRIZEWINNER, 1959. John La Mon- 
taine's 'Piano Concerto, Op. 9', heard in a per- 
formance by the Oklahoma City Symphony under 
Guy Eraser Harrison with pianist Karen Keys on 
CRI 166. July 8 

2:30 THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD by 
J. H. Synge The Irish classic — featuring the 
Gate Theatre Company of Sausalito. July 18 

4:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 21 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 SWISS MUSIC July 23 

WILLY BURKHARD Toccata for Four Wind Instru- 
ments, Percussion and String Orchestra (Col- 
legium Musicum, Zurich/Sacher) (Lond LL 596) 

CONSTANTIN REGAMEY String Quartet No. 1 
(Winterthur Qt) (Lon LL 893) 

PAUL MULLER Sinfonia for String Orchestra, 
Op. 40 (Collegium Musicum, Zurich/Sacher) 
(LL 596) 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. U.N. corres- 
pondent Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in 
U.N. affairs usually ignored by the mass media. 
July 23 



7:30 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY Stanley 
Green with another in his series of interviews 
with Broadway composers and lyricists. July 23 

8:30 FROM THE CENTER The Myth of the 'Pure' Ad- 
ministrator An address given by Vice-Admiral 
Hyman G. Rickover at the Los Angeles Convoca- 
tion climaxing the Tenth-anniversary of the Fund 
for the Republic. Exploring the American 'myth 
of the administrator,' Vice-Admiral Rickover sug- 
gests that our technological age calls for techni- 
cal experts, not professional administrators, at 
the top of the civil service. July 23 

9:15 TOPS POPS IN MOSCOW Robert Potts, WBAI's 
News Editor, and Andy Tobias, Horace Mann 
student, play Soviet popular music — and talk 
about it. July 26 

9:45 FREEDOM THEATRE Director Ken Margolis and 
singer Barbara Dane tell Jack Nessel about their 
plan to take an integrated repertory company 
on a tour of the south this summer (KPFA). July 23 

10:30 MISCELLANY 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO PLAYS HIS 'EVANG- 
ELION', Op. 141, perhaps the longest work ever 
written for solo piano. This cycle of 28 short piano 
pieces, each having to do with events in the life 
of Christ, is in four main parts: Infancy, Life, 
Words, and the Passion. Castelnuovo-Tedesco 
introduces the piece and performs it in this re- 
cording, made at the University of Michigan 
in 1959 (KPFK). July 23 

12:25 The Private Life of JAMES THURBER Eric Link- 
later introduces this tribute to the memory of 
the late American humorist (BBC). July 23 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 



THURSDAY, July 23 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Free for all. 

8:15 MORE SWISS MUSIC by Burkhard, Regamey 
and Muller. Details on July 22 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
July 22 

9:30 FR6M THE CENTER The Myth of the 'Pure Ad- 
ministrator' An address given by Vice-Admiral 
Hyman G. Rickover. July 22 

10:15 NORWEGIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC — VIII 

Orchestral works by Halvorsen, Valen Braein and 
Svendsen. Details July 21 

11:15 FREEDOM THEATRE Ken Margolis and Barbara 
Dane tell Jack Nessel about plans to take an 
integrated theatre group to the south. June 22 

12:00 THE WORLD OF MUSICAL COMEDY Stanley 
Green. July 22 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL 

Part twelve. 

1:30 JAMES PURDY reads from his collection, Chil- 
dren is All (Archives). July 21 

2:05 CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO PLAYS HIS 'EVANG- 

ELION', Op. 141, a cycle of 28 short piano pieces 
each an event in the life of Christ. Castelnuovo- 
Tedesco introduces and performs the piece. 
July 22 

3:30 The Private Life of JAMES THURBER as told by 
friends and contemporaries. July 22 

4:00 MISCELLANY 



Page 15 



4:15 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 26 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 FRENCH SYMPHONIES July 28 

BARRAUD Symphony No. 3 (RTF Orch/Munch) 

(Vega C 30 A 351) 
DUTILLEUX Symphony No. 1 (1950-1) (National 

Opera Theatre Orch/Dervaux) (West XWN 

18539) 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Wilmer J. Kitchen, 

Executive Secretary of the World University Serv- 
ice — in this fifth in the series of programs explor- 
ing American non-profit organizations serving 
the international community. July 24 

7:45 EAST BERLIN CONCERT Recorded in April, 1963 
at the Metropol Theatre, Berlin, with the Berlin 
Radio Symphony under Rolf Kleinert. July 24 
BRAHMS Violin Concerto in D, Op. 77 (Olga 

Kawersmjewa, violin) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 3 in Efe>, Op. 55 
('Eroica') 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Baal The third in a series 
of eight classroom lectures by Eric Bentley on 
Brecht and his background. The English translation 
will be found in Anthology of Expressionist Drama 

(Doubleday Anchor) edited by Walter Sokel 
July 24 

10:25 Georges Courteline TWO PLAYS: Afraid to 
Fight with Joel Stuart and Nancy Acly ; and 
Hold On, Hortense with Bob Spencer, Naomi 
Thornton, Don Mariatt, Sim Landres, Tommy 
Cerone, and Fred Croton. The plays were trans- 
lated and are introduced by Albert Bermel; music 
composed by Fred Croton and arranged by 
Thomas Hinds Moscowitz. Directed by Fred Cro- 
ton and recorded at WBAI (Archives). July 26 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 THANK YOU, DR. VELLAY Dr. Pierre Vellay, 
French gynecologist and advocate of the Lamaze 
method of painless childbirth, talks with Dr. 
Heinz Luschinsky, who practices the method in 
New York, and with two couples who had chil- 
dren by this method. Chris Koch, father of two, 
moderates (Archives). July 26 

12:00 SOLO VIOLIN SONATAS July 15 

BACH Sonata No. 2 in a (Milstein) (Cap PCR 

8370) 21m 
PROKOFIEV Sonata for Violin Solo, Op. 115 

(1947) 12m 
BARTOK Sonata for Solo Violin 25m 

(both with Ricci, violin on London CM 9261) 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

FRIDAY, July 24 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Set Free. 

8:15 A PIANO RECITAL BY DINU LIPATTI of works 
by Enesco, Ravel, Scarlatti, Liszt and Schubert. 
Details, July 26 

9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Wilmer J. Kitchen 

July 23 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION 

Gunther Schuller is in the year 1928. July 21 

10:45 MISCELLANY 



Page 16 



11:00 SCIENCE, LITERATURE AND CULTURE In the 

June, 1962, issue of Commentary, Lionel Trilling 
commented on the C. P. Snow/F. R. Levis debate 
about the 'Two Cultures.' Mitchell Harding of 
KPFK reads that article. 

12:15 TWO TRIOS by Beethoven and Brahms — on 
a new release. Details, July 15 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part thir- 
teen. The readings from Thomas Mann's novel 
by his nephew, Klaus Pringsheim will continue 
next week. 

1:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Baal Eric Bentley. July 23 

2:25 EAST BERLIN CONCERT Recorded in April, 
1963 at the Metropol Theatre, Berlin. Rolf Kleinert 
leads the Berlin Radio Symphony with violin 
soloist Olga Kawersmjewa in Brahms' D major 
Violin Concerto and Beethoven's 'Eroica' Sym- 
phony. July 23 

4:15 MISCELLANY 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

July 21 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 CHAMBER MUSIC July 20 

BEETHOVEN String Trio in D, Op. 9, No. 2 
(Heifetz, Primrose, Piatigorsky) (LM 2563) 20m 
BRAHMS Sextet in B|j, Op. 18 (Vienna Konzer- 
thaus Quartet; Huber, Weiss) (W 9021) 38m 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 27 

7:30 POEMS IN PRINT Sandra Hochman interviews 
young San Francisco poet, Ron Loewinsohn, who 
reads from his two volumes of verse. Paul Black- 
burn joins in the discussion of the poetry scene 
in New York and San Francisco. July 27 

8:05 MISCELLANY 

8:15 THE GAME WORLD AND THE REAL WORLD 

Arthur and Wald Amberstone have developed 
some twenty 'rational' games in the past few 
years . . . and one 'irrational' one called Power. 
They discuss Power with Chris Koch — and the 
relationship of game making to the real world 
out there (Archives). July 26 

9:00 LIVE CONCERT: LILLIE WOLLIN, PIANO From 
KPFK, a concert especially performed and re- 
corded for Pacifica, consisting of American music 
for the piano. July 28 
BARBER Excursions 
DELLO JOIO Piano Sonata No. 3 
GRIFFES The White Peacock 
MACDOWELL Three Pieces 
GERSHWIN Three Preludes 

9:45 THE GOON SHOW Lurgi Strikes Again Within 
a few days the dreaded Lurgi had claimed 9,000 
victims — and no known antidote. Then, one black 
night, it reached London . . .' July 26 

10:15 NUTRITION Essential Amino Acids by Dr. 

Marshall Deutsch, Director of Life Sciences at a 
local firm which manufactures medical equip- 
ment. 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and the comments of Leonard 
Altman. July 26 

12:00 THE TWO CULTURES The Dog That Didn't Bark 

An article by British poet, Hilary Corke, originally 



in the New Republic, read by Mitchell Harding 
(KPFK). July 25 

12:25 THE TWO CULTURES The Scientific Culture of 
C. P. Snow A view of controversy by Albert Fried, 
editor of New Politics, read by Mitchell Harding 
(KPFK). July 25 

12:40 MUSIC FOR THE LATE NIGHT LISTENER Clas- 
sical music until 3:30 with 'Goss'. Tonight, among 
other things, a performance of Stravinksy's Sacre 
du Printemps by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, 
conducted by Pierre Monteux. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SATURDAY, July 25 

8:00 STRING SEXTETS by Brahms and Tchaikovsky. 
Details, July 19 

9:10 COMIC CANTATA BY TELEMANN Der Schul- 
meister', with baritone Horst Gunter, the Choir 
of the Lubeck Schola Cantorum and the Lubeck 
Chamber Orchestra under Fritz Stein on Archive 
ARC 3011. July 26 

9:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 

10:45 THE FILM ART Gideon Bachmann. 

11:30 KODALY AND MOZART July 28 

KODALY Missa Brevis (Dreher, Terrell, sopranos,- 
Boyer, mezzo-soprano; Porter, tenor; Shuss, 
bass-baritone with Church of the Heavenly 
Rest Chorus and organist David Lowry/Charles 
Dodsley Walker) (Cant CCS 6252) 28m 

MOZART Missa Brevis in D, K. 194 (Cahnbley- 
Maedel, soprano; Kissel, contralto,- Maran, 
tenor,- Raninger, bass with Mozart Chamber 
Choir and orchestra/Paumgartner) (Epic LC 
3323) 23m 

12:30 THE TWO CULTURES The Dog That Didn't Bark 

An article by British poet, Hilary Corke, read by 
Mitchell Harding. July 24 

1:00 ORBIT ONE Space missiles in Australia (BBC). 
July 21 

2:00 JAZZ 

4:00 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Ninth in the 
series of programs on the New York Stock Ex- 
change, produced for WBAI by William Kent of 
Irving Weis & Company. July 27 

4:30 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late for regular 
listing in the Folio. 

5:30 ELECTRONIC MUSIC Oskar Sola's Five Im- 
provisations on Magnetic Tape' utilizes a ma- 
chine known as a 'Studio Trautonium', developed 
by Mr. Sala — the same device that was used 
in the composition of Remi Gassmann's electronic 
score to the ballad 'Electronics' to be heard 
August 2. (West XWN 18962). July 9 

5:45 *SONGS BY RICHARD STRAUSS A new release 
of songs performed by soprano, Lisa Delia Casa, 
and pianist Arpad Sandor (Victor LM 2749). July 9 

6:30 THE TWO CULTURES The Scientific Culture of 

C. P. Snow July 24 

7:00 OLD JAZZ with Chris Albertson. 

8:00 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
The Phenomenon of War Ninth in this series with 
C. Northcote Parkinson and Julien H. Franklin 
of Columbia. July 27 

9:00 STUDIES IN IMPROVISATION by the Improvisa- 



tion Chamber Ensemble under Lukas Foss' direc- 
tion. August 1 

Fantasy and Fugue (for Piano, Clarinet, Percus- 
sion and Cello) 11m 
Music for Clarinet, Percussion and Piano 7m 
Variations on a Theme in Unison (Clarinet, Horn, 

Cello, Perc. and Piano) 7m 
Quintet (Moirai) (Clarinet, Horn, Cello, Perc, 
Piano) 13m 



Page 17 




drawing by Elisabeth Stevens 

Encores I, II, III 10m 

(Foss, piano; Dufallo, clarinet; Delancey, per- 
cussion; Coif, cello,- Duke, horn) (Vic LM 2558) 

9:50 Sean OCasey's PICTURES IN THE HALLWAY 

An adaption by Paul Shyre of O'Casey's auto- 
biographical novel, directed by Stuart Vaughan 
and recorded with members of the Broadway 
cast, including Muriel Kirkland, Rae Allen, Paul 
Shyre and Robert Geiringer (Riverside RLP 
7006/7). July 29 

12:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Pete Crago and guests 
sing folk music and talk. 

1:00 IN-SIDE Chris Albertson with another toe on 
the corn of commercialism. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SUNDAY, July 26 

8:00 CHANSONS BY JANNEQUIN Three and four- 
voice songs performed by the Pro Musica Antigua 
of Brussels under Safford Cape on Archive ARC 
3034. 

8:20 CHAMBER WORKS BY CHOPIN Seventeen 
Polish songs and his G minor trio. For details, 
see July 9 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC Antal Dorati dis- 
cusses his career as a conductor of ballets. Paul 
Beard describes his career as concert master 
in London and Harpsichordist George Malcolm in- 
troduces and plays Alec Templeton's piece, 'Bach 
Goes To Town' (BBC). July 21 



10:00 THANK YOU, DR. VELLAY A discussion with one 
of the foremost advocates of the Lamaze method 
of painless childbirth, Dr. Pierre Vellay (Ar- 
chives). July 23 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC with Leonard Altman. 
July 24 

12:00 THE EXPLORERS Two explorers discuss the sad 
state of wanderlustless youth and their own ex- 
periences (Archives). July 20 

1:00 WOLF FERRARI'S LA VEDOVA SCALTRA is a 

comic opera in three acts, first performed in 
Rome in March of 1931. It is based on a Goldoni 
comedy by the same name, with a libretto by 
Mario Ghisalberti. In this performance, Nino 
Sonzogno conducts the Orchestra and Chorus 
of the Italian Radio in Milan. The soloists include 
Alda Noni, Antonio Cassinelli, Amilcare Biaffard, 
Carlo Badioli, and, Agostino Lazzari. July 29 

3:15 Georges Courteline TWO PLAYS Afraid to 
Fight and Hold on, Hortense. Cast and produc- 
tion details on July 23. 

3:25 THE GAME WORLD AND THE REAL WORLD 

Two game-makers tell Chris Koch about the rela- 
tionship of their game, Power, to the real world. 
July 24 

4:15 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 23 

4:45 MISCELLANY 

5:00 A PIANO RECITAL BY DINU LIPATTI from 
Pathe FCX 495. July 24 
ENESCO Sonata No. 3 in D 21m 
RAVEL Alborada del Gracioso 
SCARLATTI Sonata in E; Sonata in d 6m 
LISZT Sonetto el Petrarca 
SCHUBERT Impromptu in G\); Impromptu in E\) 9m 

6:00 THE GOON SHOW Lurgi Strikes Again. July 24 

6:30 TOP POPS IN MOSCOW What is Soviet popu- 
lar music really like? Bob Potts and Andy Tobias 
illustrate. July 22 

7:00 YOUNG AMERICA: WHAT KIND OF FUTURE? 

% A politician, an economist, an educator and a 
social worker try to answer this guestion on a 
panel conducted recently by Discussion Un- 
limited, Inc. July 27 

8:00 HAYDN MASSES Conductor Baird Hastings in- 
troduces Haydn's eighth mass, the Missa St. 
Bernardi ('Heiligmesse') composed in 1796. 
Mogens Woldike conducts the Copenhagen 
Chorus and Danish Royal Opera Orchestra, with 
soprano Silvia Grossman and other soloists. 
(Haydn 9061). July 27 

8:50 A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO STARK YOUNG, the 

late critic, novelist and scholar. In this exclusive 
Pacifica recording from our Archives, you will 
hear readings of So Red the Rose and The Pavil- 
lion by poet John Hall Wheelock; a letter from 
Louis Kronenberger, read by actor Zachary Scott; 
personal recollections by Harold Clurman and 
Martha Graham,- Mildred Dunnock reading from 
Glamour and Immortal Shadows; Franchot Tone 
reading from Young's introduction to Chekhov; 
Kim Stanley reading a letter from Young to 
Eleanore Duse ; and finally, readings from The 
Three Fountains, The Heaven Trees, and the dirge 
from Cymbeline by Sir John Gielgud (Archives). 
July 28 

10:00 MICHIO MIYAGI PLAYS THE KOTO The late 
Japanese composer-kotoist performs some of his 



Page 18 




^>o GAMS 



works on a Niviko 

Pacifica. August 1 
11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Mart 

Monk and Bags. 
12:00 SIGN-OFF 



P specially imported by 
Williams presents 



MONDAY, July 27 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Hairy Sam is interviewed. 

8:15 SOLO GUITAR Roncalli's 'Suite No. 1 in G' 
performed by Charles Byrd. July 20 

8:25 *VAUGHAN WILLIAMS' 'A LONDON SYM- 
PHONY', his 'Symphony No. 2' heard in a new 
release. Details on July 20 

9:15 SPECIAL REPORT July 24 

9:30 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
The Phenomenon of War C. Northcote Parkinson 
and Julien Franklin. July 25 

10:30 SOUZAY SINGS DEBUSSY A collection of songs, 
including Fetes galantes I and II; Le Prom- 
enoir des deux Amants' are performed by bari- 
tone Gerard Souzay and pianist Dalton Baldwin 
(DGG 18 758). July 30 

11 :30 THE TWO CULTURES: C. P. Snow and The Third 
Culture Mitchell Harding reads an article by 
Lloyd Fallers, originally published in The Bulletin 
of The Atomic Scientists (KPFK) . 

12:00 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 

12:30 BARTOK'S DIVERTIMENTO FOR STRING OR- 
CHESTRA, heard in a performance by the Moscow 
Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Rudolf 
Barshai (Lon CM 9332). July 11 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part four 

teen. 
1:30 POEMS IN PRINT Sandra Hochman interviews 

Ron Loewinsohn. July 24 



2:05 HAYDN MASSES — VI Mass No. 8, the Missa 
St. Bernardi or 'Heiligmesse', from 1796. Com- 
plete details on July 26 

3:00 YOUNG AMERICA: WHAT KIND OF FUTURE? 

discused by a politician, an economist, an edu- 
cator and a social worker. July 26 

4:00 *BERNSTEIN'S 'KADDISH', his Symphony No. 3', 

performed in this new release by soloists, chorus 
and orchestra under the composer's direction. 
For details, see July 29 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 PERGOLESI'S STABAT MATER with Anna Maria 
Augenstein, soprano,- Hetty Plumacher, alto and 
the Stuttgart Choral Society and Ton-Studio Or- 
chestra of Stuttgart under Hans Grischkat (Period 
SPLP530). July 29 

7:00 NEWS Roben Potts 

7:15 REVIEW OF THE SOVIET PRESS Another in the 
series conducted by WBAI's News Editor, Robert 
Potts. July 28 

7:30 DELINQUENCY AND UNDERPRIVILEGE The 
Ways in Which the Potential Delinquent Is 
Shaped by his Environment First of three programs 
by Aryeh Leissner, a former social worker who 
dealt for several years with street corner groups 
in New York City (Archives) . July 28 

8:00 THE MENGELBERG ERA IV Fourth in a series of 
fourteen programs. Mengelberg turns next to 
Beethoven's Fifth, a part of a series of live-per- 
formance Radio Nederland overseas Philips re- 
leases not available here. Preceded by a brief 
discussion by William Malloch of Nederland's 
other two-and-a-quarter recordings of this work. 

8:45 THE POETRY OF WILFRED OWEN Hugh Ste- 
phenson reads and comments on the World War 
I poems of Wilfred Owen (1893-1918). July 28 

9:15 MISCELLANY 

9:30 MUSIC BY MILTON BABBITT July 28 

Composition for Viola and Piano (1950) (Tram- 
pier; Bauman) (CRI 138) 12m 

Composition for Four Instruments (1948) (Wum- 
mer, flute; Drucker, Clarinet; Marsh, violin; 
McCall, 'cello) (CRI 138) 14m 

Du (Song Cycle) (Neardslee, soprano; Helps, 
piano) (Son Nova 1) 8m 

Composition for Twelve Instruments (Inst En- 
semble/Shapey) (Son Nova 1) 9m 

10:15 TAKING STOCK OF WALL STREET Produced by 
William Kent of Irving Weis & Company. July 25 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 Artaud's VAN GOGH: THE MAN SUICIDED 
BY SOCIETY This essay first appeared in the 
magazine, The Trembling Lamb. It was translated 
by Bernard Frechtman and is read by Jack 
Hirschman. July 28 

12:00 DEL PUEYO PLAYS BEETHOVEN Two sonatas 
played by the Spanish pianist — the first on an 
imported new release. July 17 
•BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 14 c# Op. 27 No. 2 
('Moonlight') (Fontana 695 002 KL) 15m 
BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 29 in Bh, Op. 106 
('Hammerklavier') (Epic LC 3555) 40m 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

TUESDAY, July 28 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

Along with his cousin. 
8:15 FRENCH SYMPHONIES by Barraud and Dutilleux. 
Details on July 23 



9:15 A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO STARK YOUNG Too 

good to try to sum up. Refer back to July 26 at 
8:50 p.m. 

10:25 LIVE CONCERT: LILLIE WOLLIN, PIANO From 
KPFK, a concert especially performed and re- 
corded for Pacifica, consisting of American music 
for the piano by Barber, Dello Joio, Griffes, Mac- 
Dowell and Gershwin. Details, see July 24 

11:10 Artaud's VAN GOGH: THE MAN SUICIDED BY 
SOCIETY read by Jack Hirschman. July 27 

12:10 MUSIC BY MILTON BABBITT Works for four 
instruments, twelve instruments, viola and piano, 
and voice and piano. For details, see July 27 

1 :00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part fifteen. 

1:30 NUTRITION Essential Amino Acids by Dr. 

Marshall Deutsch. July 24 

2:00 MISCELLANY 

2:15 THE POETRY OF WILFRED OWEN Hugh Stephen- 
son reads selections. July 27 

2:45 KODALY AND MOZART Two Masses. 
Details on July 25 

3:45 DELINQUENCY AND UNDERPRIVILEGE The 
Ways in Which the Potential Delinquent is Shaped 
by his Environment Aryeh Leissner. July 27 

4:15 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC This edition includes 
critic Neville Cardus, violist Lionel Tertis and 
Jeremy Noble who talks about the mysterious 
death of Webern. August 2 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 29 

6:15 CONCERT GROSSI by Corelli, Bloch, and 
Vivaldi. For details, see August 2 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 RED-BAITING IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS Mr. 

and Mrs. John Goldmark recently won $40,000 in 
damages after being 'libeled by publication link- 
ing them with communism during a political cam- 
paign.' Lorenzo Milam and John Gallant of 
station KRAB in Seattle talk with John Goldmark 
(KPFK). July 29 

8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller finishes up with the year 1928 and 
starts 1929. July 31 
MOSSOLOV The Iron Foundry 
WALTON Concerto for Viola 
STRAVINSKY Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra 

9:00 MISCELLANY 

9:10 Pirandello A DOUBLE-BILL The Man With the 
Flower in His Mouth (1923) performed in English 
by the BBC World Theatre, followed by a second 
one-act play, La Giara (The Jar), first presented 
in 1917 and performed in Italian by RAI (ar- 
chives) . August 2 

10:15 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN July 
31 

10:30 SAM JULTY discusses 'Safe-drivers— safe roads. 
July 29 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 STRAUSS'S 'ENOCH ARDEN' Tennyson's poem 
read by Claude Rains; Strauss' music played by 
pianist Glenn Gould on Columbia ML 5741. July 21 

12:00 THE TWO CULTURES Science and the Old 

Mitchell Harding reads an- article on the 'Two 
Culture' controversy, by Dr Theodore H. Von 
I owe (KPFK). 



Page 19 



12:35 FUNERAL DANCE a play by David Campton 
(BBC). July 30 



1:00 SIGN-OFF 



WEDNESDAY, July 29 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

And some southern kin. 

8:15 PERGOLESI'S STABAT MATER with soloists, 
chorus and orchestra under Han Grischkat. Details 
on July 27 

9:15 PIETRY MISCELLANY 

9:30 WOLF — FERRARI'S LA VEDOVA SCALTRA, a 

comic opera in three acts dating from 1931, is 
heard in an Italian Radio performance. More 
information on July 26 

11:45 RED-BAITING IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS Dis- 
cussion of labeling of communism by people in 
political campaigns. July 28 

12:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES Phil Elwood. July 28 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part six- 
teen. 

1 :30 SAM JULTY on autos. July 28 

1:45 SYMPHONIC POEMS Lenore is one of only two 
orchestral works by Duparc which remain extant 
today. The Stauss work is on a new release. 
DUPARC Lenore, Symphonic poem after a ballad 
by Burger (Phil Orch of Hamburg/Winograd 
(MGM E3424) 13m 
*STRAUSS Also Sprach Zarathrustra, Op. 30 (Phila 
Orch/Ormandy) (Col ML 5947) 33m 

2:35 Sean O'Casey's PICTURES IN THE HALLWAY An 

adaption by Paul Shyre of O'Casey's autobio- 
graphical novel, directed by Stuart Vaughan and 
recorded with members of the Broadway cast. 
July 25 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 PIANO MUSIC A French suite by Bach, and 
Ives' 'Concord Sonata.' Details, see July 21 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. U.N. Correspond- 
ent Betty Pilkington analyzes some turns in U.N. 
affairs usually ignored by the mass media. July 30 

7:30 MUSICA DA CAMERA CONCERT This concert 
was recorded in Carnegie Recital Hall by David 
Hancock on May 28, 1963. July 31 
BEETHOVEN Rondino in E|) (Roseman and West, 

oboes; Litokin and Bright, clarinets,- Weisberg 

and Popkin, bassoons,- Hi I Iyer and Chapin, 

horns/Henry Schuman) 7m 
RONALD ROSEMAN Quintet for winds in one 

movement (WORLD PREMIERE) (Dunigan, flute; 

Schuman, oboe; Listokin, clarinet; Hillyer, horn,- 

Popkin, bassoon) 8m 
BEETHOVEN Trio, Op. 87 (Schuman and Rose- 
man, oboes,- West, english horn) 21m 
MOZART Serenade in Efo, K.375 (Roseman and 

West, oboes,- Listokin and Bright, clarinets; 

Weisberg and Popkin, bassoons,- Hillyer and 

Chapin, horns/Schuman) 25m 

8:35 FROM THE CENTER The Legislator's Eighfeen- 
Hour Day: Huber) H. Humphrey, U. S. Senator 
from Minnesota, gives a highly spirited account 



Page 20 



of the difficulties and frustrations facing the over- 
burdened legislator, in this address at the Tenth- 
anniversary year of the Fund for the Republic. 
July 30 

9:35 NINE SPIRITUAL SONGS BY BACH from the 
Musical Hymn Book collected by the Cantor at 
Zeitz, G. C. Schemelli, and published in 1736. 
Margot Guillaume is the soprano, with organist 
Helmut Tramnitz. (Arc 7163) July 6 

10:00 THREE BY BIERCE Bob Fass and Arnold Tagar 
are heard in readings of three tales from Ambrose 
Bierce's The Parenticide Club. 1. My Favorite 
Murder' 2. 'An Imperfect Conflagration' and 3. 
'The Hypnotist.' (Archives). July 30 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 MAURICIO KAGEL talks with several San Fran- 
cisco composers and KPFA's Will Ogdon. A per- 
formance of 'Anagrammes' (from Cologne) is 
included in the program. July 30 

12:15 *BERNSTEIN'S 'KADDISH' his 'Symphony No. 3. , 
dedicated to 'the beloved memory of John F. 
Kennedy', is heard performed by the Camerata 
Singers, the Columbus Boychoir, and the New 
York Philharmonic, all under the composer's direc- 
tion, with speaker Felicia Montealegre and mezzo- 
soprano Jennie Tourel (Col KL 6005). July 27 

1:00 SIGN-OFF 

THURSDAY, July 30 

7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

8:15 HAYDN AND TCHAIKOVSKY Two guartets. For 
details, see July 31 

9:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N. Betty Pilkington. 
July 29 

9:30 FROM THE CENTER The Legislator's Eighteen- 
Hour Day An address by Senator Hubert H. 
Humphrey. July 29 

10:30 THE MENGELBERG ERA IV Fourth in a series of 
fourteen programs, this program continues a 
Beethoven-Symphony cycle with a performance of 
Beethoven's Fifth. For details see July 30 

11:15 MAURICIO KAGEL talks with several San Fran- 
cisco composers and KPFA's Will Ogdon. A per- 
formance of 'Anagrammes' (from Cologne) is 
included in the program. July 29 

12:30 FUNERAL DANCE a play by David Campton. 
July 28 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Part 
seventeen. 

1:30 THREE BY BIERCE 'My Favorite Murder,' 'An 
Imperfect Conflagration,' and 'The Hypnotist,' 
read by Bob Fass and Arnold Tagar (Archives). 
July 29 

2:15 MUSICA DA CAMERA CONCERT This concert 
was recorded in Carnegie Recital Hall by David 
Hancock on May 28, 1963, and offers Beethoven's 
Rondino in E^ and Trio, Op. 87, Mozart's Serenade 
in E\), K.375, and a first performance of Ronald 
Roseman's Quintet for Winds in One Movement. 
Details, July 29 

3:20 Jules Renard's POIL DE CAROTTE A version by 
Rayner Heppenstall, translated in part from the 
prose sketches of 1894 and in part from the one- 



act play of 1900. Marjorie Westbury plays the 
part of Carrots (BBC). July 31 

4:15 THE FANTASTICKS a commentary on an Eliza- 
bethan day by Nicholas Breton (BBC). 

4:30 MISCELLANY 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 SOUZAY SINGS DEBUSSY A collection of songs, 
including 'Fetes galantes I and II' and 'Le 
Promenoir des deux Amants' are performed by 
baritone Gerard Souzay and Pianist Dalton 
Baldwin on DGG 18 758. July 27 

7:00 NEWS Robert Potts 

7:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Professor Ronald M. 
Schneider, associate professor in the Department 
of Public Law at Columbia University, and Robert 
Goldman, senior editor of Vision, Inc., and 

formerly Public Affairs Advisor for the Alliance 
for Progress. July 31 

7:45 MUSIC OF ARNOLD SCHOENBERG — XI Con- 
tinuing WBAI's series of programs devoted to 
the recorded works of Schoenberg. August 3 
Erwartung, Op. 17 (Helga Pilarczyk, sop. with 

Washington Opera Society Orch/Craft) 27m 
A Survivor from Warsaw, Op. 46 (John Horton, 

narrator with the Festival Singers of Toronto/ 

Iseler and the CBS Sym Orch/Craft) (both on 

Col M2L 279) 6m 
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 42 (Alfred 

Brendel with Orch of the Southwest German 

PL 10 530) 22m 

8:45 James Agee's LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS 

MEN A dramatic reading of Agee's lyrical in- 
vestigation of the Southern sharecropper and 
his way of life, produced by the University of 
Chicago. The readers are Robert Benedetti, 
Robert Strang, and Martin Roth of the School of 
Drama (Archives). August 2 

9:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT: Threepenny Opera The 

fourth in the series of eight classroom lectures 
by Eric Bentley on Brecht and his background. 
The English translation will be found in Modern 
Theatre, Volume I (Doubleday Anchor). July 31 

10:20 MISCELLANY 

10:30 BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

Reviews of recent publication in the realm of 
public affairs. July 31 

10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 MAHLER'S THIRD SYMPHONY is performed by 
the London Symphony Orchestra, the Highgate 
School Choir and the Orpington Junior Singers, 
a Section of the London Symphony Orchestra 
Chorus, with Helen Watts (contralto). The huge 
work is conducted by Jascha Horenstein. Mahler 
took three years (1893 — 1896) to compose this 
symphony. It was originally performed at Krefeld 
in 1902 - conducted by the composer. The BBC 
has recorded this performance at the Royal Festi- 
val Hall in London (BBC). July 31 

12:40 REMEMBERING TOLSTOY by his daughter, Al- 
exandra Tolstoy. The program opens with a re- 
cording of Leo Tolstoy's voice (BBC). 

1 :00 SIGN-OFF 



FRIDAY, July 31 



7:00 MUSIC AND NEWS with Albertson and Potts 

8:15 VOICE AND ORCHESTRA Works by Vivaldi and 
Ben Weber. Details on August 1 



9:15 LARRY BIRNS INTERVIEWS Ronald M. Schneider 
and Robert Goldman July 30 

9:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION Gun- 
ther Schuller is in the years 1928 and 1929. July 28 

10:45 MISCELLANY 

11:00 BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

July 30 

11:15 THE LAST DAYS OF HART CRANE From our 
Archives, a rebroadcast of this documentary- 
montage introduced by John Unterecker of Colum- 
bia. More details on August 2 

12:00 HAYDN AND TCHAIKOVSKY Two guartets. 
July 30 
HAYDN Quartet in D, Op.71, No. 2 (Griller 

Quartet) (Van VRS 1042) 16m 
TCHAIKOVSKY Quartet No. 3 in Efc, Op. 30 
(Burgin, Panasevich, violins; De Pasguale, 
viola; Mayes, cello) (Boston B 206) 37m 

1:00 THE CONFESSIONS OF FELIX KRULL Eighteenth 
and last in this series of readings of Thomas 
Mann's last novel; read by his nephew, Klaus 
Pringsheim. 

1:30 BENTLEY ON BRECHT Threepenny Opera Eric 
Bentley. July 30 

2:20 MAHLER'S THIRD SYMPHONY took three years 
to compose (1893-1896). The gigantic work is in 
two parts and includes both orchestral and choral 
sections (BBC) See details on July 30. 

4:00 MY WORD! The BBC Panel game. August 2 

4:30 THE ADVENTURES OF GAMMA GLOBULIN 

July 38 

4:45 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

5:45 *BEETHOVEN'S QUARTET IN B FLAT, OP. 132, 

heard in a new release by the Fine Arts Quartet 
on Concert Disc M 1241. August 2 

6:40 REMI GASSMAN'S 'ELECTRONICS', the elec- 
tronic score to the ballet by George Balanchine. 
Details, August 2 

7:15 SPECIAL REPORT August 3 

7:30 AMERICA AS AN OBJECT OF SATIRE Herbert 
Gold, author of Love and Like, Jules Feiffer, 
author of The Explainers, and Joseph Bennett, 
editor of Hudson Review, discuss America as an 
object of satire with Aaron Asher in the WBAI 
studios (Archives). Augst 2 

8:00 GREAT PERFORMANCES OF THE CENTURY — 

XXI Schubert played in late-Beethoven style by 
Artur Schnabel: Moments Musicaux, Op. 94 (Vic 
VM 684) (24m) ; Piano Sonata in A, Op. Posth. 
(Vic M 570) (35m) August 2 

9:00 DELINQUENCY AND UNDERPRIVILEGE The 
Cultural Lag in the Lower Class and The Func- 
tion of the Social Worker From our archives, the 
second of three programs by Aryeh Leissner, 
former social worker. August 2 

9:30 THE GOON SHOW The Last Tram When the 
Kingsway Subway closed, Ned Seagoon of the 
Redundant Tramways Department thought his 
troubles were over. Then a phone call put him 
on the track of a tramcar still at large. August 2 
10:00 MISCELLANY 

10:15 THE SCIENCE CRITIC Teaching Science in the 
English Class is discussed by Dr. Marshall 
Deutsch, Director of Life Sciences Research at 
a local firm which manufactures medical eauip- 
ment. August 3 



Page 21 



PROGRAMS FOR 
YOUNG PEOPLE 



4:45 



5:45 P.M. 



Previous Two Weeks' Listings Appear in the Folio 
at 4:45 p.m. 

MONDAY, JULY 20 

Three Golden Apples - from a collection entitled 
'The Unicorn with the Silver Shoes', read by Bay 

Searles 

The Prince and the Pauper — a musical adaptation 
of the classic by Mark Twain 

Bonnie Dobson Sings Children's Songs 

TUESDAY, JULY 21 

The Miller's Sons (BBC) 

Till Eulenspiegel - the story told by Mason Adams, 

music by R. Strauss 
A Signpost for Very Young Scientists 
Folk Songs for Children with Peggy Seeger and 

others 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weerasinghe 

The Wise Little Girl (BBC) 

'Lonesome Boy' — a book by Arna Bontemps read 

by Vincent White 
As I Have Heard Tell 

THURSDAY, JULY 23 

Wakewell and His Brothers (BBC) 

'The Bear and the Words of Wisdom' - another 

Bear Story written and read by Eric St. Clair 
'The Ballad of Merlin and Trinali', written and 

read by Isabella Fey 
You Can Sing It Yourself 

FRIDAY, JULY 24 

Prince Zeyn and the Sultan of the Genii (BBC) 
Through the Looking Glass — by Lewis Carroll 
with Joan Greenwood as Alice and Stanley Hollo- 
way as the Narrator 

SATURDAY, JULY 25 9:30 — 10:30 a.m. 

'The Juniper Tree' and 'The Seven Ravens' — two 
tales by the Brothers Grimm read by Eve Watkin- 
son and Christopher Casson 

Mrs. Pepperpot Stories — read by Judy Brundin 

MONDAY, JULY 27 

'Charlotte's Web' — by E. B. White, read by Judy 

Brudin — Part One 
Music by Gilbert and Sullivan from The Gondoliers 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 

Tales from the East — Chrystabel Weehasinghe 
Charlotte's Web - Part Three 

THURSDAY, JULY 30 

Charlotte's Web - Part Four 
Music From Many Lands 

FRIDAY, JULY 31 

Charlotte's Web — Conclusion 

A Child's Introduction to Square Dancing 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. 

'Just So Stories' by Rudyard Kipling, read by Jill 
Balcon and Robert Speaight. Cyril Ritchard reads 
selections from 'Alice in Wonderland' 



Page 22 



Classified — Personals 


Art Goods Wanted 


Paintings from the painter. Ben Newman, 83 Wash- | WANTED: Volkswagen luggage rack; tenants for 
ington Place, NYC 11. 1 August, five room apartment. ST 6-7107. 


Audio Equipment ReaJ Esta t e 


Stereo/monaural equipment serviced at reasonable - Want to rent room t World > s Fair 
rates. Also Television. Nat Weintraub IN 1-7459. | visitors? Sen d stamped self-addressed envelope for 


Periodicals 1 detaiis - Kunyon, 130 Morningside Dr., NY 27. 




FM GUIDE Send for free current issue. Cancel at J Kecordings 


no cost if not completely satisfied. Box 356, NYC 16 | PACIFICA PRO GRAM DUBS - WBAI will nro- 


Goods and Services | vide interested listeners with tape recordings of any 

■ Pacifica produced programs, at a total cost of 


NORMAN HENRY — PIANO TUNER 1 $J; 50 PfJ. half hour; $3.50 per quarter-hour there- 

LO 4-3250 1 a f ter - Minimum order $4.00. All tapes will be 

1 dubbed on first-quality virgin stock, half track IV2 


Professional piano tuning. Programmed instrument 1 »P S - Other head and speed configurations available 

care. Call Jack Darton. CH 3-7873. ■ up °" s P e ^^ a rra , n A 8 n me ", tS - For fur 5l r informatlon 

1 call OX 7-2288 (All orders pre-paid.) 




TVever Produced 

| T et POSTHORN RF.CORDINCS preserve ynxir 


FOR SALE: A never aired on WBAI (or anywhere j next concert or private performance on tape or 

else) recording entitled: 'Ant-Eaters as Pets.' Tn 1 dl f ks - Professional recordings recommend them- 

the ant-ridden wastes of Upper Baja California, 1 selves — ^d vou - Rate sheet on request. 

ant-eaters make the most rewarding of pets . . . ' ! POSTHORN RECORDINGS 

WBAI ex-staff member, Pussy Grey, tells of her | 207 West 106th Street New York 25, New York 

experiences, living with 24 of them in an open tent. ■ Telephone ACademy 2-0898 

On previously virgin tape. $12.50. Box 9 1 Francis Daniel Jerry Bruck 





10:45 NEWS, COMMENTARY Edward P. Morgan 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC features seldom played 
pieces of music and the comments of Leonard 
Altman. August 2 

12:00 Jules Renard's POIL DE CAROTTE in a version 
by Rayner Happenstall (BBC). More details at 
3:20 p.m. on July 30. 

1:00 MUSIC FOR THE LATE NIGHT LISTENER Goss' 
plays classical music, tonight including the 
Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 4 in F (1935) by 
the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the 
composer. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SATURDAY, August 1 

8:00 STUDIES IN IMPROVISATION by the Improvisa- 
tion Chamber Ensemble under Lukas Foss' direc- 
tion. For details, see July 25 

8:50 MICHIO MIYAGI PLAYS THE KOTO on a spe- 
cially imported Niviko LP. July 26 

9:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Page 21 

10:30 BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Ellyn Beaty. 

10:45 THE FILM ART Gideon Bachmann. 

11:30 *TWO WORKS BY BACH on a new release 
(Nonesuch H 1011) Magnificat in D (Stich-Randall, 
soprano; Casoni, alto ; Bottazo, tenor; Littasy, 
bass with Chorus of the Sarrebruck and the Saar 
Orchestra/Karl Ristenpart) 30m 
Cantata No. 51 ('Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen') 
iStich-Randall. soprano with Chamber Orchestra 
of the Saar/Ristenparf) 22m 



12:30 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 27 

1 :00 LAWRENCE OF CLOUDS HILL A study compiled 
by Francis Watson, of 'Lawrence of Aradia' dur- 
ing the years 1923-1925, when he lived in a cottage 
at Clouds Hill (BBC). August 3 

2:00 JAZZ 

4:00 THE LAST MINUTE Space saved for programs 
of immediacy which arrive too late for regular 
listing in the Folio. 

5:00 VOICE AND ORCHESTRA July 31 

VIVALDI Psalm 126 ('Nisi Dominus') (Rota, con- 
tralto with Angelicum Orch of Milan/ Cillario) 
(Mus Gld M 11) 24m 

BEN WEBER Symphony on Poems of William Blake 
(Galjour, baritone with orch/Stokowski) CRI 
120) 29m 

6:00 HENRY OF ANJOU A portrait of King Henry II, 
compiled by Nesta Pain (BBC). August 4 

7:00 NEW JAZZ with Don Heckman 

8:00 POLITICS: THE FOLKLORE OF GOVERNMENT 
The Growth of Bureaucracy The last in this series 
of programs in which C. Northcote Parkison talks 
with Julien H. Franklin of the Department of Law 
and Government at Columbia University. August 3 

9:00 MUSIC BY STOCKHAUSEN Two electronic works 
and one graph-notated percussion piece. July 20 
Gesang der junglinge (electronic) 13m 
Zyklus (1959) (Caskel, percussion) 12m 
Kontakte (complete) (electronic) 35m 

(electronic works on DGG 138 811; percussion 
work on Time 58001) 

10:00 Aeschylus's THE ORESTEIAN TRILOGY — Part I: 



Agamennon From the BBC World Theatre in a 
new translation by C. A. Trypanis with music 
composed by John Hotchkis (BBC). August 5 

11:30 MOZART AND LISZT performed by two pianists 
primarily known for their influence as teachers, 
MOZART Piano Sonata in C (K.330) (Guy Maier, 

piano) (Banner BCLP 1001) 13m 
LISZT Variations on the Prelude 'Weinen, Klagen' 

(Bach) (Nona Kabos, piano) (Bartok BRS 910) 

16m 

12:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Pete Crago and guests 
sing and talk about folk music. 
1:00 IN-SIDE Gamma Globulin, Chris Albertson and 
others again ride the airways at full gallop. 

3:30 SIGN-OFF 



SUNDAY, August 2 

8:00 'MASSES BY SCHUBERT AND MOZART On a 

new release. 

SCHUBERT Mass in G (Wittelsberger, sopr ; Wil- 
brink, tenor; Messthaler, bass) 22m 

MOZART Missa Brevis in Bfc, (K. 275) (Wittels- 
berger, sopr ; Naaff, alto; Wilbrink, tenor; 
Messthaler, bass) 

(both with Chorus and Orch of the Freiburg 
School of Music/Froitzheim) (Decca DL 10091) 

8:45 CONCERTI GROSSI July 28 

CORELLI Concerto Grosso, Op. 6, No. 4 (Solisti 
di Zagreb/Janigro) (LM 2653) 9m 

BLOCH Concerto Grosso No. 1 (1925) (Eastman- 
Rochester Sym/Hanson) (Mg 50223) 25m 

VIVALDI Concerto Grosso in d, Op. 3, No. 11 
(I Musici) (Ang 35253) 11m 

9:30 TALKING ABOUT MUSIC Neville Cardus tells 
of his career as a music critic. Lionel Tertis talks 
to Roy Plomley about his career as a violist. To 



Page 23 



complete the program, London critic Jeremy 
Noble reports on the death of Anton Webern and 
how his shooting was solved by scholar Dr. Hans 
his shooting was solved by scholar Dr. Hans 
Moldenhauer. July 28 

10:00 AMERICA AS AN OBJECT OF SATIRE Herbert 
Gold, Jules Feiffer, Joseph Bennett, and Aaron 
Asher in this program from our Archives. July 31 

10:30 DELINQUENCY AND UNDERPRIVILEGE The Cul- 
tural Lag in the Lower Class and The Function of 
the Social Worker Aryeh Leissner. July 31 

11:00 ASPECTS OF MUSIC with Leonard Altman. 
July 31 

12:00 James Agee's LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS 

MEN A dramatic reading of Agee's lyrical in- 
vestigation of the Southern sharecropper and his 
way of life. July 30 

12:45 MY WORD! The BBC panel game. July 31 

1:00 RICHARD STRAUSS FESTIVAL Dr. A. F. R. 

Lawrence introduces Frau ohne Schatten, Op. 65 
(1914-17), which is heard in a performance by 
the Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna 
Philharmonic under the direction of Dr. Karl 
Bohm. The soloists include soprano Leonie 
Rysanek as the Empress, tenor Hans Hopf as the 
Emperor, soprano Christel Goltz as his wife, and 
bass Kurt Bohme as the messenger. August 5 

3:50 Pirandello A DOUBLE BILL From our Archives, 
The Man With the Flower in His Mouth and La 
Giara. July 28 

4:55 GREAT PERFORMANCES OF THE CENTURY — 

XXI An all-Schubert program with pianist Artur 
Schnabel. Details, July 31 

6:25 DELINQUENCY AND UNDERPRIVILEGE The 
Social Innovators, The Escapists, and The Rebels 



We asked ICM (International Computer Manufacturers) to estimate by 
means of their data on 'Responses of the Human Personality' if anyone would 
attach a check or money order to the coupon below and mail it to WBAI. 

We quote their reply: 'Absolutely — stop — no money will come from — stop — 
insane request. In fact— stop — no reason why in business at present. Suggest 
— stop — sell radio station and — stop — buy clothing store/ 

We hope to send ICM a report, the results of which will throw their ma- 
chines into reverse gear. 



I attach $ as a subscription /donation 

30 East 39th Street, New York, New York 1 001 6 

Name 



to WBAI-FM 



Address 
City 



State Zip Code 



i/64 



Last of three programs by Aryeh Leissner, a 
former social worker (Archives). August 3 

7:00 TALKS BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICES Judge 
Clark The first in a series of four talks by Justices 
of the United States Supreme Court, to be heard 
Sundays at this time (Archives). August 4 

8:00 HAYDN MASSES — VII Conductor Baird Hast- 
ings introduces Haydn's Mass No. 9 in d, Minor, 
Missa Solemnis (Lord Nelson Mass), from 1798. 
The London Symphony and Chorus is under the 
direction of David Willcocks. August 3 

9:00 THE LAST DAYS OF HART CRANE We rebroad- 
cast from our Archives this documentary-montage, 
introduced by John Unterecker of Columbia, and 
featuring the recorded voices of Samuel Love- 
Slater Brown, Nathan Asch, Solomon Grunberg, 



and Peggy Baird. Produced by Dick Elman (Ar- 
chives) . July 31 

9:50 REMI GASSMANN's 'ELECTRONICS 1 , the elec- 
tronic score to the ballet by George Balanchine, 
was created at the Oskar Sala Sound Studios, 
and is one of the more conservative experiments 
in non-instrumental writing. (West XWN 18962) 
July 31 

10:10 'BEETHOVEN'S QUARTET IN B FLAT, OP. 132, 

heard in a new release by the Fine Arts Quartet 
on Concert Disc M 1241. July 31 

10:50 MISCELLANY 

11:00 THE SCOPE OF JAZZ Dan Morgenstern with 
'The Trombone of Dickie Wells.' 

12:00 SIGN-OFF 



The placid site of the Republican Convention, 1860. 



> 



o 
o 

I 



Z w 

J\ GO 

— \ 
Z*5 



E 

IT 
01