WHRB Programs for the Week

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A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news with "Tony Tremayne."

P.M.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT. Schonberg, Variations for Orchestra; Rust, Viola sonata; Moussorgsky, Sorochintsy Fair; Gabrieli, Canzone; Potter, Variations on a popular tune; Mendelssohn, Piano trio no. 1.

5:00 NEWS, SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE with Earl Babbie.

6:00 OPERETTA SHOWCASE. Strauss, Gypsy Baron.

7:00 SPORTS PARADE.

7:15 PORTRAITS IN JAZZ. Musical portrait of a jazz personality.

8:00 COMPOSERS CONCERT. Music of Igor Stravinsky.

9:00 NEWS.

9:05 BOSTON SYMPHONY OCHESTRA. Sanders Theatre concert. Beethoven, Symphony No. 5; Copland, Tender Land; Mozart, Prague Symphony.

11:30 ALL THE NEWS with Evan Semerjian.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

SATURDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

10:00 HILLBILLY AT HARVARD with Ken Gilchrist.

12:00 THE SATURDAY SHOW. Including previews of Gilbert & Sullivan Player's Mikado and Adam House's O Dad, Poor Dad. Interviews with Coach Yovicsin, Professor Dunlop.

4:30 ACCENT ON JAZZ.

6:00 NEWS.

6:05 ACCENT ON JAZZ with Dan Aron.

11:00 NEWS.

11:05 JAZZ 'ROUND MIDNIGHT with Fred Stare.

SUNDAY

1:00 MUSIC 135. Listening Hour.

2:30 FOLKWAYS. Live and recorded music, including records of Josh White, the Clancys.

3:30 MUSIC 1. Listening Hour.

4:30 FORD HALL FORUM. Dr. Rufus E. Clement will speak on Educational Integration in the South.

6:30 GREAT RELIGIOUS MUSIC. Bextehude.

8:00 SUNDAY NIGHT ON WHRB. Latest classical and spoken releases reviewed; concert excerpts.

12:00 NEWS.

12:05 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

MONDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, news.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT. Berwald, Symphony no. 6 in E flat; Ives, Violin sonata no. 4; Beethoven, Mass in C major; Faure, Piano quartet in C minor, no. 1; A. Scarlatti, Sinfonia in D minor; Schubert, String quartet no. 13; Messaien, Oiseaux exotiques.

5:00 NEWS.

5:05 SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE.

6:00 SHOW MUSIC. Music from Guys & Dolls, Most Happy Fella.

7:00 SPORTS PARADE.

7:05 JAZZ STEAMBOAT with Marty Gross.

8:00 MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE. Survey of Handel's instrumental works.

9:00 NEWS.

9:05 EVENING CONCERT. Bach, French suite no. 2; Elgar, Enigma variations; Schumann, Kinderscenen; Viotti, Violin concerto no. 22; Villa-Lobos, Bachianas Brasilieras no. 1.

11:00 GREAT SINGERS OF THE CENTURY with Dale Harris.

11:30 ALL THE NEWS.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

TUESDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

P.M.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT. Mozart, Clemenza di Tito Overture; Schubert, Variations in A flat; Couperin, Lecons di tenebres; Milhaud, Chansons de Ronsard; Handel, Organ Concerto no. 3, opus 4; Brahms, Trio, opus post.; Debussy, Martyrdom of St. Sebastian; Telemann, Trio sonata in E; R. Strauss, Serenade in E flat for 13 winds; Haydn, Sonata no. 3 for piano.

5:00 NEWS, SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE

6:00 THE ART OF INVESTING.

6:30 PRELUDE TO EVENING. Light classical music.

7:00 SPORTS PARADE with Ed Scolnick.

7:15 INNOVATIONS IN JAZZ.

8:00 GREAT CHAMBER MUSIC. Miscellaneous small pieces.

9:00 NEWS.

9:05 EVENING CONCERT. Sibelius, Karelia Suite, opus 11; Bach, French Suite no. 4 in E flat; Stavinsky, Capriccio for piano and orchestra; Schubert, Trio no. 2 in E flat, opus 100; Mozart, Concerto for bassoon in B flat, K. 191.

11:00 CHINESE MUSIC. A survey prepared at University of Hong Kong.

11:30 ALL THE NEWS.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

WEDNESDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

P.M.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT. Mozart, Don Giovanni Overture; Smetana, Czech polkas and dances; Monteverdi, Ballo delle Ingrate; Schubert, Divertissement a la Hongroise; Stamitz, Sinfonia Concertante in F; Mendelssohn, Quartet 6, opus 44; Poulenc, Aubade; Poot, Octet.

5:00 NEWS, SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE.

6:00 DIGGIN' AT DUNSTER. Live jazz from the Dunster Junior Common Room.

7:30 SPORTS PARADE. Harvard and national sports with Ed Scolnick.

7:15 ON THE RECORD. Interviews with famous personalities at Harvard.

7:30 BALLADEERS. Live folk music, with Alan Katz and guests, the Charles River Valley Boys.

8:00 MUSIC OF TODAY with Andrew Schenck. Part One of a musical analysis of Alban Berg's Wozzeck.

9:00 NEWS.

9:05 EVENING CONCERT. Haydn, Symphony 103 (drum roll); Rachmaninoff, 'Cello Sonata; Vivaldi, Concerto in D for viola d'amore; Beethoen, Sonata 25 for piano, opus 79; Mendelssohn, Quartet no. 4; Ravel, Pavanne pour une Infante Defunte.

11:00 ORGAN TOUR. John Francis presents music and performers of the "King of Instruments."

11:30 ALL THE NEWS.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

THURSDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

P.M.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT. Mozart, Cosi fan Tutti overture; Schumann, Trio no. 3 in G--opus 110; Lo Presti, The Masks; Petzold, Sonata no. 2 for Brass; Sibelius, Peleas et Melisande; Dohanvi, Quintet for Pf. and strings; Haydn, Symphony 180 in D; Schubert, Deux Marchas Characteristique; Khrennikov, Symphony no. 1 in B flat; Handel, Suite for Harpsichord no. 6.

5:00 NEWS, SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE.

6:00 THE ART OF INVESTING.

6:30 PRELUDE TO EVENING. Light classical music.

6:55 HARVARD VIEWPOINT. News commentary.

7:00 SPORTS PARADE with Ed Scolnick.

7:15 SOUND OF THE BLUES with Dan Aron.

8:00 MUSIC OF AMERICA. Tom Denny presents music by Howard Hansen.

9:00 NEWS.

9:05 EVENING CONCERT. Mozart, Overture to Der Schauspieldirektor; Prokoviev, Quintet, opus 39; Beethoven, Concerto no. 4 in G for piano, opus 58; Schubert, Sonata in B flat, opus post.; Handel, Concerto Grosso, opus 6, no. 10.

11:00 VOICES THAT LIVE. Steve Bell presents recordings by Ernestine Schuman Heink, contralto.

11:30 ALL THE NEWS.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY.

FRIDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

P.M.

1:30 AFTERNOON CONCERT.

5:00 NEWS, SPORTLITE.

5:10 JAZZ ENTREE.

6:00 OPERETTA PARADE with Ed Scolnick.

7:15 JAZZ CONTRASTS.

8:00 COMPOSERS CONCERT. Music of Igor Stravinsky.

9:00 NEWS.

11:30 ALL THE NEWS with Evan Semerjian.

11:45 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.

SATURDAY

A.M.

8:00 MUSIC IN THE MORNING. Jazz, weather, news.

10:00 HILLBILLY AT HARVARD with Ken Gilchrist.

12:00 THE SATURDAY SHOW. Special program about Africa.

P.M.

4:00 ACCENT ON JAZZ.

6:00 NEWS.

6:05 ACCENT ON JAZZ.

8:00 HOCKEY. Harvard vs. Boston College.

9:05 BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Sanders Theatre concert.

10:00 THE SOUND OF JAZZ with Dan Aron.

11:00 NEWS.

11:05 JAZZ 'ROUND MIDNIGHT.

SUNDAY

P.M.

1:00 MUSIC 135. Listening assignments.

2:30 FOLKWAYS with Lew Walling.

3:30 MUSIC 1. Listening assignments.

4:30 FORD HALL FORUM. Professor Henry Kissinger.

6:30 GREAT RELIGIOUS MUSIC with Andrew Sihler. Music of Harris and Stravinsky.

8:00 SUNDAY NIGHT ON WHRB. John Mueller presents latest classical, spoken, and operatic releases and concert highlights.

12:00 NEWS.

12:05 MIDNIGHT SYMPHONY. Latest classical releases.In WHRB's master control room, production director Robert E. Wennersten '61 handles controls for Evan Y. Semerjian's 11:30 p.m. show All the News.