Monday, 8 February 2016

"Indicators" of Public Influence? Noah Greenberg, and Michael Morrow


I have been having a look on the Genome site on the BBC which lists past programmes of all kinds. As my search words I have used Noah Greenberg, and Michael Morrow. Both these chaps were great pioneers in the propogation of Early Music to the public. However, David Munrow seems to have won hands down.....as the amount of public recordings completely outstrips them...

It should be stressed though that in the case of Noah Greenberg who mainly worked in the US that there may be more substantial listings of his public recording productions at specific American media outlets of the 1950s, and early 1960s.


PS Also, Thomas Binkley has only two pages on the BBC Genome. This is revealed in the following link 

  http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/search/0/20?q=thomas+binkley#search


BBC Home Service Basic

'THE PLAY OF DANIEL'

A gramophone record of a twelfth-century music drama
The New York Pro Musica
Directed by Noah Greenberg
Presented by Denis Stevens
PART 1
Part 2: tomorrow at 10.30
The original manuscript of the music for this play is in the British Museum and was transcribed for this performance by Fr. Rembert Weakland , O.S.B., and scored for voices and instruments by Noah Greenberg. The music has a pulse, a rhythmic vitality that lends to basically straightforward tunes an air of freshness and fascination; it shows us that the Middle Ages, far from being dark, were light enough to create what is virtually light music, even though its subject is the story of Daniel in the Lion's Den and the final judgment on his persecutors.

Third Programme

'THE PLAY OF DANIEL'

A twelfth-century music drama performed by the New York Pro Musica with boy choristers of the Church of the Transfiguration. New York directed by Noah Greenberg on a gramophone record
Presented by Denis Stevens
Cost (singing in Latin): and The manuscript of the music for this play is in the British Museum. It has been transcribed by Fr. Rembert Weaklando.s.B., and scored for voices and instruments by Noah Greenberg, whose version was given a stage production by the New York Pro Musica in 1958. This gramophone record was previously broadcast in the Home Service in January.

BBC Home Service Basic

'THE PLAY OF DANIEL'

A gramophone record of a twelfth-century music drama
The New York Pro Musica
Directed by Noah Greenberg
Presented by Denis Stevens
PART 2

Third Programme

RENAISSANCE MUSIC

of Flanders and Spain
New York Pro Musica Betty Wilson (soprano)
Carolyn Backus (soprano)
Robert White (counter-tenor) Charles Bressler (tenor) Gordon Mvers (baritone) Brayton Lewis (bass) Paul Ehrlich
(treble viol, rebec, recorders) Martha Blackman (bass viol)
LaNoue Davenport (recorders) Paul Maynard
(harpsichord and portative organ) Director, Noah Greenberg

BBC Home Service Basic

MUSIC AT NIGHT

played by the NEW YORK PRO MUSICA Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
Two Masque Dances (anon.)
Fantasia a 3 (Thomas Lupo )
In Nomine a 4 (John Wardi
Five Dances (Anthony Hoiborne ) on a gramophone record

Third Programme

NEW YORK PRO MUSICA

Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
Dances (The Mulliner Book)
About the May pole new:
Phillis, I faine would die now (Morley)
Flow my tears (Dowland)
London Street Cries (Gibbons) on a gramophone record

BBC Home Service Basic

YOUR CONCERT CHOICE

A request programme of gramophone records
Te Deum (The Play of Daniel) (anon.)
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
11.26* Horn Concerto No. 2, in E flat major (Strauss)
DENNIS BRAIN (horn) with the PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALUSCH
11.46* Cantata: Carmina Burana (Part 3) (Orff)
JANICE HARSANYI (soprano) HARVE PRESNEELL (baritone) RUTGERS UNIVERSITY CHOIR PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY

Network Three

THE RENAISSANCE BAND

A suite of dances by Michael Praetorius played by the NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Directed by NOAH GREENBERG on a gramophone record

Network Three

RECENT RECORDS

A series of programmes of recently released records which will include all
Beethoven's Piano Trios played by the Beaux Arts Trio
Canzona Quinta; Canzona settima detta la Superba (Frescobaldi)
NEW YORK PRO Musica
Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
9.53* Piano Trio in E Oat major
(Op. posth.) (Beethoven)
BEAUX ARTS TRIO
Daniel Guilet (violin)
Bernard Greenhouse (cello) Menahem Pressler (piano)
10.5* Chamber Symphony for fifteen solo instruments, Op. 9 (Schoenberg)
MEMBERS OF THE
VIENNA WIND GROUP and the EUROPEAN STRING QUARTET
Conducted by HERMANN SCHERCHEN

Network Three

THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER

Monteverdi
Hymn: Ave Maris Stella (Vespers of 1610) Choir OF the CARMELITE PRIORY, London
Conducted by JOHN MCCARTHY
9.12* Motet: Laetaniae della Beata Vergine NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
8.22* Magnificat for six voices
(1610)
CHOIR OF the CARMELITE PRIORY, LONDON
Conducted by GEORGE MALCOLM with COLIN MAWBY (organ) gramophone records

Network Three

THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS

The Burgundians Josquin des Prés
Fanfare for Louis XII Heth sold ein meisken Fama malum L'ulces etuviae
9.15* Mass: Pange lingua
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Conducted by NOAH GREENBERG gramophone records

Network Three

THIS WEEK'S COMPOSER

Monteverdi
DELLER CONSORT
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
Motet: Nisi Dominus
Madrigal: Lamento delta ninfa
9.20* Sestina: Lasrime d'amante al sepolcro dell' amata
Madrigal: Zefiro torna gramophone records

BBC Radio 3

THIS WEEK'S COMPOSERS: Okeghem

Josquin des Pres, Lassus
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Conducted by NOAH GREENBERG gramophone records

BBC Radio 3

THE SATURDAY CONCERT

Part 1
JOSQUIN DES PRÉS Mass: Pange lingua
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Conducted by NOAH GREENBERG gramophone record

BBC Radio 3

This Week's Composers Schiitz and the Gabrielis

Madrigals
ABBEY SINGERS conducted by NOAH GREENBERG
AMBROSIAN SINGERS AND CONSORT conducted by DENIS STEVENS HEINRICH SCHUTZ CHOIR conducted by ROGER NORRINGTON gramophone records

BBC Radio 3

This Week's Composers

Tallis and Lassus
Lassus Gloria patri; Domine, labia mea aperies; Ave verum corpus; Exaudi Deus oration-em meam; Justorum animae MUNICH CAPELLA ANTIQUA conducted by KONRAD RUHLAND
Lassus Instrumental Suite of madrigals: NEW YORK PRO MUSICA conducted by NOAH GREENBERG
9.28* Tallis If ye love me: CHOIR OF ST MICHAEL 'S COLLEGE, TENBURY conducted by LUCIAN NETHSINGHA Tallis Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way CHOIR OF WESTMINSTER ABBEY conducted by DOUGLAS GUEST Tallis Te Deum: CHOIR OF
ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE conducted by GEORGE GUEST gramophone records

BBC Radio 3

Your Midweek Choice

Gabrieli Canzon Quarta , Canzon septimi toni
NEW YORK PRO MUSICA directed by NOAH GREENBERG
7.11* Purcell 0 let me weep (The Fairy Queen) (mono) MARGARET RITCHIE (soprano) PATRICK HALLING iviolin) TERENCE WEIL (Cello)
BASIL. LAM (harpsichord)
7.18* C. P. E. Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor (Wq 23; GUSTAV LEONHARDT
COLLEGIUM Al'REUM
7.41* Kodaly Pange Lingua
CHRISTOPHER BOWERS-BROADBENT (organ)
BRIGHTON FESTIVAL CHORUS conducted by LASZLO HELTAY

BBC Radio 3

Early Memories

In the second programme of classic early music recordings, Lionel Salter introduces performances from the 1950s by August Wenzinger, Power Biggs , Noah Greenberg , Safford Cape and Anthony Lewis.

BBC Radio 3

Praetorius; Caroubel

Dances from
Terpsichore (1612) New York Pro Musica, director Noah Greenberg
10.27 Listener request: Stravinsky Orpheus Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

With Rob Cowan.
Soler, arr Power Biggs The Emperor's Fanfare Carlo Curley (organ)
10.05 Elgar Serenade for Strings Concert Hall Symphony Orchestra, conductor Walter Goehr
10.20 Anon The Play of Daniel (closing scene; Te Deum) New York Pro Musica, director Noah Greenberg
10.35 Soler, arr Yepes Guitar Sonata in E Narciso Yepes
10.40 Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor, Op 82 Ida Haendel , Prague Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vaclav Smetacek
11.05 Mompou Jo et Pressent com la Mar; San
Marti; Asserin, Asserin; Damunt de Tu Nomes les Flors;Pito, Pito, Colorito Montserrat Caballe (soprano), Federico Mompou (piano)
11.20 Rheinhold Gliere Dance of the Moorish Girls (Ballet Suite No 1) All-Union Radio Orchestra, conducted by the composer
11.22 Bizet Symphony in C London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Walter Goehr
11.50 Soler Fandango
                         

BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

This week Jonathan Swain features the medieval Cantigas de Santa Maria and recordings by pianist Alicia de Larrocha.
Granados Los Requiebros; Quejas o la Maja y el Ruisehor (Goyescas) Alicia de Larrocha (piano)
10.18 Anon Cantigas de Santa Maria (excerpts) Russell Oberlin (countertenor/bells), Joseph ladone (lute), New York Pro Musica, director Noah Greenberg
10.28 Mozart Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat, K207 Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director Monica Huggett (violin)
10.50 Albeniz Rondeha ; El Albaicfn (Iberia) Alicia de Larrocha (piano)
11.05 Arriaga String Quartet No 3 in E flat Sine Nomine Quartet
11.33 Anon Cantigas de Santa Maria (excerpts) Teresa Berganza (mezzo); Studio der friihen Musik, director Thomas Binkley
11.50 Soler Piano Sonatas: No 84 in D; No 89 in F Alicia de Larrocha

Third Programme

GUILLAUME DUFAY

Members of the New York Pro Musica
Director, Noah Greenberg
Occasional Music
Apostolo glorioso; Adieu ces bons vins: Supremum est mortalibus; Seigneur Leon; Tres piteulx. de tout espoir fontaine; Portigaler; Je ne vis oncques la pareille; Ave regina coelorum
Last of three programmes devised and introduced by Denis Stevens

Third Programme

NEW YORK PRO MUSICA

Director, NOAH GREENBERG
Dances (Anthony Holbornc )
The Fairie Round Sic semper
In Nomine a 4 (John Ward) II lamento (Thomas Morley ) Two Masque Dances (anon.)
Williams his love
The Mountebanks' Dance
Fantasia a 3 (Thomas Lupo ) on a gramophone record

Network Three

YOUR CONCERT CHOICE

A request programme of gramophone records
The Agfncourt Song (anon.) NEW YORK PRO MUSICA
Directed by NOAH GREENBERG
9.35* Organ Concerto No.4, In
F major (Handel)
MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN (organ) with the JEAN-FRANÇOlS PAILLARD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Conducted by JEAN-FRANÇOlS PAILLARD
9.51* Belshazzar's Feast
(Walton)
DONALD BELL (baritone) and the PHILHARMONIA CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Conducted by THE COMPOSER

Network Three

NEW YORK PRO MUSICA

e Director,
NOAH GREENBERG
Fresco baldi
Canzonetta detta La Superba Canzona quinto
Turini
Trio- Sonata gramophone record

MICHAEL MORROW/MUSICA RESERVATA



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  • BBC Radio 3

    The Medici Wedding Festivities of 1539

    Cosimo I married Eleonora of Toledo in 1539, amid the most extravagant celebrations. The music survives for their reception at the city gate, for the entertainment at the wedding breakfast in the Medici Palace, and for the Intermedii to a comedy, performed there the following day.
    LeoMcKernreadsfromthe published account by pier-FRANCESCO GIAMBULLARI , which gave every detail of setting, of costume, and instrumentation. Music performed by MUSIC" RESERVATA Artistic director MICHAEL MORROW
    MUSICA RESERVATA CHOIR directed by ANDREW PARROTT (tenor, harpsichord)
    Script by GEOFFREY HINDLEY
    Research by GEOFFREY HINDLEY and MICHAEL MORROW
    BBC Radio 3

    MUSICA RESERVATA

    Simon Woolf (boy treble)
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor) Nige4 Rogers (tenor) Edgar Fleet (tenor)
    Geoffrey Shaw (baritone) Don Smithers icornett and crumhoro) David Munrow
    (shawm and crumhorn) Bernard Thomas
    (rauschpfcife and crumhom)
    John Sothcott (recorder and citole) Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Tony Moore (sackbut) Ruth David (rebec)
    Daphno Webb (rebec)
    Desmond Dupre (viol and rebec) Brian Wilson (harp)
    Michael Morrow (lute) Jeremy Montagu
    (Percussion and nakers)
    Conductor,
    JOHN BECKETT (organ)
    The Age of Chivalry in France and the Hundred Years War including music by Adam de la Halle, Machaut, and Dufay
    Part 1
    BBC Radio 3

    Musica Reservata

    The Singers: Jantina Noorman , Grayston Burgess , Nigel Rogers , Edgar Fleet, Geoffrey Shaw
    The Instrumentalists (cornetts, crumhorns, recorders, shawm, rauschpfeife, sackbuts, rebecs, viols, violone, lutes, regal, harpsichord, percussion): Don Smithers , Peter Owen , David Munrow , Bernard Thomas , Michael Morrow , Alan Lums den, Tony Moore , John Edney , Ruth David , Eleanor Sloan , Desmond Dupr é, John Soth cott, James Tyler , Catherine Mackintosh , Philip Simms , Ephraim Segerman , Anthony Rooley , Christopher Hogwood , Harold Lester , Jeremy Montagu conductor JOHN BECKETT
    A Renaissance Entertainment
    Part 1: music from France and the Netherlands
    BBC Radio 3

    Musica Reservata

    director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BECKETT
    Music for voices and instruments from the 13th to the 15th century, including anonymous dances and pieces by Dun-stable and Dufay
    (Part of a public concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, in March 1972)
    BBC Radio 3

    The Medici Wedding Festivities of 1539

    Cusimo I married Kleonora of Toledo in 1539, and the celebrations were on the most extravagant scale. The music survives for the reception of the Duke and Duchess at the city gate, for the entertainment at the wedding breakfast in the Medici Palace, and for the Intcrmedii to a comedy which was performed there the following day.
    Leo McKern reads from the published account by Pier-francesco Giambullari, which gave every detail of setting, costume and instrumentation. Music by Francesco Corteccia, Festa. Rampolini, Masaconi and Moschini
    Performed by MUSICA RESERVATA, artistic director MICHAEL MORROW
    MUSICA RESERVATA CHOIR directed by ANDREW PARROTT Script by GEOFFREY HINDLEY
    Research by GEOFFREY HINDLEY and MICHAEL MORROW
    BBC Radio 3

    INVITATION CONCERT

    The first of a new series 0
    Part 1: Guillaume Dufay
    Secular music of the fifteenth century Burgundian composer. together with instrumental music of his time
    Musica Reservata
    Director, MICHAEL MORROW Simon Woolf i treble)
    Jantina Noorman ( mezzo-soprano) Millet Rogers (tenor)
    Ruth David (treble rebec) Daphne Webb i tenor rebec) Adam Skeaping (tenor rebec) John Sothcott (recorder) David Munrow
    (shawm and crumhorn) Tess Miller (crumhorn)
    Michael Morrow (crumhorn) Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Tony Moore (sackbut) Brian Wilson (harp)
    Conducted by John Beckett who also plays the chamber organ
    See page 41
    BBC Radio 3

    The Afternoon on Three

    with Susan Sharpe.
    1.00 Joan Rodgers Sings
    Schubert Joan Rodgers (soprano)
    Malcolm Martineau (piano) Presented by lain Burnside . Kennst du das Land
    (D321); Heiss mich nicht reden (D877 No 2); So lasst mich scheinen (D877 7 No 3); Suleika I (0720); Suleika II (0717); An den Mond (D296); Die abgebluhte Linde (D514); Im Fruhling (D882);
    Heimliches Lieben (D922); Am Grabe Anselmos
    (D504a); Diejunge Nonne (D828); Die Forelle (D550); Die Rose (D745); An die Musik (D547)R Pt
    2.00 Schools
    The Song Tree: Music Course 1
    2.15 Together Stories 2.30
    Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
    3.00 Mining the Archive The second of two programmes paying tribute to former artistic director of Musica Reservata, Michael Morrow. Susan Sharpe introduces his re-creation of the Medici wedding festivities of 1539: a fanfare to welcome the couple at the city gate; songs to accompany the wedding breakfast; and the intermedii to a comedy performed the following day. In this recording from 1975, contemporary descriptions of the events are read by Leo McKern and Musica Reservata is directed by Andrew Parrott. Producer Susan Kenyon
    FAIREST ISLE
    4.20 Turns of the Century
    An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Russell Davies introduces Tommy Cooper.
    4.30 Songs of South East Asia
    John Thornley presents the fourth of seven programmes. This week, lullabies and folk songs of work and ritual from north, south and central Vietnam.
    Rpt
    Network Three

    A CONCERT OF RENAISSANCE AND MEDIEVAL MUSIC

    Musica Reservata
    Jantina Noormann
    Grayston Burgess. Tom Sutcliffe John Whitworth , Nigel Rogers John Frost. Geoffrey Shaw John Sothcott , John Lawes
    Michael Oxenham. Francis Grubb David Munrow , Claire Shanks David Fallows. Richard Bethell Don Smithers , Alan Lumsden Tony Moore. John Edney Daphne Webb , Ruth David Roderick Skeaping
    Kenneth Skeaping. Desmond Dupre Dietrich Kessler , Adam Skeaping Ian Harwood. Brian Wilson Christopher Hogwood John O'Sullivan
    Harold Lester , James Blades
    Director, MICHAEL MORROW
    Conducted by John Beckett
    From the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London
    ⓢ Part 1
    BBC Radio 3

    Musical Encounters

    Presented by Piers Burton-Page . Vaughan Williams
    Overture: The Wasps Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Kees Bakels
    10.12 Ravel Sonatine
    Louis Lortie (piano)
    10.23 Couperin Magnificat
    James Bowman and Michael
    Chance (countertenors)
    The King's Consort, director Robert King
    10.35
    Josquin Nymphe des bois
    Musica Reservata , director
    Michael Morrow
    10.40 Maxwell Davies
    Dances (The Two Fiddlers)
    Scottish Chamber
    Orchestra, conducted by the Composer
    10.48 Prom Artist of the Week: lona Brown (director/violin) Mozart
    Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat (K207)
    Academy of St Martin
    11.20 Glazunov
    Symphony No 5 in B flat BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander
    Lazarev
    Network Three

    EARLY RENAISSANCE MUSIC

    Musica Reservata
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano)
    Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
    John Whitworth (counter-tenor)
    Nigel Rogers ( tenor)
    John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers
    (cornetto and crumhorn)
    Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) John Beckett
    (viol and harpsichord)
    Desmond Dupre (viol and lute) Jeremy Montagu (percussion) Director, Michael Morrow (lute and crumhorn) who also introduces the programme
    Second of five programmes of medieval and early renaissance music
    Early Renaissance Instrumental Music: August 2 followed by an interlude at 10.50
    BBC Radio 3

    INVITATION CONCERT

    Musica Reservata
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor) Nigel Rodgers (tenor) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Frost (bass)
    John Sothcott (recorder) Tess Miller (crumhorn) David Munrow
    (shawm and crumhorn) Tony Moore (sackbut)
    Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Ruth David (treble rebec) Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) Adam Skeaping (bass rebec) Desmond Dupr é (tenor viol) Jeremy Montagu (percussion)
    Director, Michael MORROW (crumhorn and lute)
    Conductor, John Beckett (harpsichord)
    Alan Hacker (clarinet)
    Stephen Pruslin (piano)
    Thomas Hemsley (baritone) Miguel Zanetti (piano)
    Part 1
    Spanish secular music of the early Renaissance
    BBC Radio 4 FM

    ANTHONY HOLBORNE

    Dances played by MUSICA RESERVATA
    Conducted by MICHAEL MORROW gramophone record
    BBC Radio 3

    From The Proms

    Part 1
    JANTINA NOORMAN (mezzo-soprano)
    NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conducted by JOHN BECKETT anon, 15th century Basse danse I
    Dufay Donnes I'aussault; Adieu m'amour; Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys: Mon cuer me fait; Resvellies vous anon, 15th century Basse danse 11
    BBC Radio 3

    A Late Renaissance Entertainment

    Musica Reservata, director Michael Morrow (lute) conductor John Beckett
    Part 1
    Monteverdi Toccata (Orfeo) Praetorius Puer natus
    Scheidt O Nachbar Roland
    Monteverdi Lamento della Ninfa Praetorius Pavan de Spaigne; Courante: I care not for these ladies; Courante: Wolsey's wilde (Terpsichore, 1612); Wachet auf
    BBC Radio 3

    Your Midweek Choice

    Listeners' record requests
    Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2, in F: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
    7.17* Dufay Ballade: Resvellies vous et faites chiere lye NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) MUSICA RESERVATA conducted by MICHAEL MORROW
    7.23* Poulenc Organ Concerto in G minor: MAURICE DURUFLÉ
    FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES PRÊTRE
    7.46* Vaughan Williams Nor-folk Rhapsody No 1, in E minor NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
    BBC Radio 3

    The Afternoon on Three

    with Susan Sharpe.
    1.00 St David 's Hall Lunchtime Recital
    Presented by Nicola Heywood-Thomas . Lowri Blake (cello)
    Iwan Llewellyn Jones (piano) Martlnu Variations on a Slovak Theme
    Kodaly Sonata, Op 4 Lutoslaswki Grave
    (Metamorphoses); Sacher Variations
    Martinu Variations on a Theme of Rossini
    2.00 Schools
    The Song Tree: Music Course 1 - Melody
    Muddle's Music Machine
    2.15 Together Stories 2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
    3.00 Mining the Archive In the first of two programmes, Susan Sharpe talks to Christopher Page about the aims and achievements of the pioneering early music ensemble Musica Reservata , whose director,
    Michael Morrow , died last spring. The chosen selection of recordings and broadcasts from the 1960s include songs and dances from the Burgundian court and the Spanish Renaissance and part of a concert of 14th-century Italian music given at the Purcell Room. Producer Susan Kenyon
    FAIREST ISLE
    4.20 Turns of the Century An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Robert Cushman celebrates
    Peter Cook.
    4.30 Songs of South East Asia
    John Thomley introduces instrumental music that derives from the early kingdoms of South East Asia.
    BBC Radio 3

    CD Masters

    With Jonathan Swain.
    Rossini Overture: William Tell Chicago
    Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
    10.13 Brahms 16 Waltzes, Op 39 Nos 1-6 Gyorgy Sebok (piano)
    10.22 Respiqhi The Pines of Rome Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
    10.45 Brahms Six Pieces, Op 118 Radu Lupu (piano)
    11.09 Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067 Claude Monteux (flute), London
    Symphony Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
    11.31 Palestrina Stabat Mater a 8 Choir of King's College, Cambridge, director David Willcocks Malvezzi Dal Vago e Bel Sereno (Sesto
    Intermedio) Musica Reservata , director Michael Morrow , conductor John Beckett
    11.52 Kabalevsky Overture: Colas Breugnon Chicago SO, conductor Fritz Reiner
    BBC Radio 3

    THE PROMS

    from the Royal Albert Hall London
    Part 1:
    15th century
    JANTINA NOORMAN (mezzo-soprano) NIGEL ROGERS (tenor)
    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Ruth David (treble rebec)
    Daphne Webb (tenor rebec)
    Desmond Dupre (tenor rebec) John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers (cornetto) Bernard Thomas
    (shawm and crumhorn) Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Tony Moore (sackbut) Michael Morrow (lute)
    Jeremv Montagu (percussion) Director, Michael Morrow
    Conducted by JOHN BECKETT
    BBC Radio 3

    Renaissance Dance Music from Italy

    From a Renaissance Entertainment given at a public concert in the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London, in 1969 by MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BECKETT
    Michael Morrow writes: 'With few exceptions this music forms part of a repertory that was largely international. The instrumental dances, as well as most of the vocal pieces, are arrangements of popular songs rather than original compositions.'
    The instruments, which include lutes, rebecs and various wind, all belong to the period.
    BBC Home Service Basic

    THE HERETIC

    A play for radio by Jean Morris with Stephen Murray and Marjorie Westbury
    The play is set in Sussex during the reign of Mary Tudor Cast in order of speaking:
    Music chosen by John Beckett and Michael Morrow and played by the Musica Reservata
    Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
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  • BBC Home Service Basic

    THE SUNDAY PLAY

    The Heretic
    A play for radio by Jean Morris set in Sussex during the reign of Mary Tudor with Stephen Murray and Marjorie Westbury
    Cast in order of speaking:
    Music chosen by John Beckett and Michael Morrow played by the MUSICA RESERVATA
    Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
    Broadcast on Dec. 3, 1962
    BBC Radio 3

    e Walter Frye

    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo)
    Grayston Burgess , Kevin Smith (counter-tenors)
    John O'Sullivan , Martyn Hill , Edga- Fleet, John Dudley (tenors)
    John Whitworth (baritone)
    Michael Wakeham (baritone) Don Smithers (cornett)
    Roger Brenner (alto sackbut) Peter Goodwin (tenor sackbut) Martin Nicholls (bass sackbut) Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) James Tyler (tenor viol) director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ) Ave
    Regina Ave Regina (keyboard version) Rondeau: Tout a par moy
    Tout a par moy (keyboard version)
    Ballade: Alas, alas Missa Flos regalis
    Introduced by BRIAN TROWELL
    BBC Radio 3

    The Old Wives Tale

    by GEORGE PEELE (c 1557-96)
    Adapted for broadcasting and produced by TERENCE TILLER Music arranged by MICHAEL MORROW and performed under his direction by members of MUSICA RESERVATA
    Cast in order of speaking:
    BBC Radio 3

    The Old Wives Tale

    by George Peele (c 1557-96)
    Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Terence Tiller Music arranged by Michael Morrow and performed under his direction by members of Musica Reservata
    BBC Two England

    The Artist in Society: 1: The Middle Ages

    Three programmes which set out to examine different aspects of the role played by the artist in society during a thousand years of European civilisation
    Introduced by Ronald Fletcher Professor of Sociology, University of York
    Contributors include:
    Andrew Martindale on 'Siena in the Middle Ages' with the recorded voices of Catherine Salkeld, Paul Ferris, Norman Pitt, David Swift
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    Brian Trowell on 'Medieval Music in France and Italy' with Musica Reservata
    Grayston Burgess and John Whitworth (counter-tenors), Daphne Webb (rebec)
    John Sothcott (recorder) Michael Morrow (lute)
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    Glynne Wickham on 'The Chester Miracle Plays' with Tom Fleming as Abraham and Fergus McClelland as Isaac; also taking part: Peter Fraser, John Glen
    Network Three

    MEDIEVAL MUSIC

    MUSICA RESERVATA:
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano and portative organ)
    Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
    John Whitworth (counter-tenor)
    Ian Partridge (tenor)
    John Sothcott (recorder)
    Don Smithers
    (cornetto and crumhorn)
    John Beckett (viol)
    Daphne Webb (tenor rebec)
    Jeremy Montagu
    (nakers and percussion)
    Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute)
    Continued in next column
    The first of four programmes of medieval music
    Network Three

    MUSIC IN VENICE

    Sixteenth-century vocal and instrumental dance music
    MUSICA RESERVATA Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano)
    Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
    John Whitworth (counter-tenor) Nigel Rogers
    (tenor and crumhorn)
    John Sotheott (recorder) Don Smithers
    (cornetto and crumhorn) Tony Moore
    (sackbut and trombone) Alan Lumsden
    (sackbut and trombone)
    Daphne Webb (tenor rebec) John Beckett
    (viol and harpsichord)
    Desmond Dupre (viol and lute) Brian Wilson (harp)
    Jeremy Montagu (percussion)
    Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute)
    Eleventh of fourteen programmes
    June 23:
    Cavalli's Messa Concertata
    Network Three

    LE ROMAN DE FAUVEL

    c. 1310-20 by Gervais du Bus
    A verse-translation of selected passages written and produced by Terence Tiller with associated music by PHILIPPE DE VITRY and others
    Transcribed and arranged by MICHAEL MORROW played by members of MUSICA RESERVATA
    Readers:
    Olive GREGG , DEREK BIRCH
    HUGH BURDEN , ALLAN MCCLELLAND and HECTOR Ross
    Second broadcast
    Network Three

    MUSIC MAKING

    Spanish Music
    RAFAEL PUYANA (harpsichord)
    JANTINA NOORMAN (mezzo-soprano) with members of MUSICA RESERVATA Director, MICHAEL MORROW
    DAVID PARKHOUSE (piano)
    THE BOISE TRIO
    Second broadcast of the songs and harpsichord sonatas
    Network Three

    OBRECHT

    Missa Fortuna desperata with other music by Obrecht and his contemporaries
    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Conducted by JOHN BECKETT
    Introduced by MICHAEL MORROW
    Network Three

    SPANISH MUSIC

    MUSICA RESERVATA Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor)
    Tom Sutcliffe (counter-tenor) John Dudley (tenor)
    John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers
    (cornet and crumhorn) Tony Moore (trombone)
    Alan Lumsden (trombone) Ruth David (rebec)
    Daphne Webb (rebec)
    Desmond Dupre (lute and viol) John Beckett
    (harpsichord and viol)
    Jeremy Montagu (percussion)
    Director. MICHAEL MORROW
    (lute and crumhorn)
    BBC Radio 3

    GERMAN MUSIC

    Musica Reservata
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano)
    Nigel Rogers (tenor)
    Don Smithers (cornett, crumhorn, and sordun) David Munrow (curtal, crumhorn, and sordun)
    Alan Lumsden (trombone) Tony Moore (trombone) John Beckett (organ) Director,
    Michael Morrow (crumhorn)
    BBC Radio 3

    SPANISH MUSIC

    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-soprano) Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor) Tom Sutcliffe (counter-tenor) John Dudley (tenor)
    John Sothcott (recorder) Don Smithers (cornett and crumhorn)
    Tony Moore (trombone)
    Alan Lumsden (trombone) Ruth David (rebec)
    Daphne Webb (rebec)
    Desmond Dupre (lute and viol)
    John Beckett (harpsichord and viol) Jeremy Montagu (percussion) Director, MICHAEL MORROW (lute and crumhorn)
    Broadcast on July 28. 1967
    BBC Radio 3

    EARLY RENAISSANCE MUSIC

    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Directed and introduced by MICHAEL MORROW
    Three Spanish songs
    Broadcast on July 26. 1966
    BBC Radio 3

    Italian Music

    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-sop); Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor); Nigel Rogers , Edgar Fleet (tenors)
    John Sothcott (recorder): David Munrow (shawm, crumhorn); Bernard Thomas (crumhorn): Ruth David , Daphne Webb (rebecs): Desmond Dupre pr (rebec, viol); Michael Morrow (lute): John Leach (dulcimer psaltery); Jeremy Montague (percussion) conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ) (Recorded at a public concert on 7 February in the Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London Part 1
    Italian music of the 14th century was essentially a secular, a renaissance, art. Its master-pieces are miniature ones: song settings of the fixed verse forms, in which the vocal parts often demand considerable virtuosity. The subjects of the verse reflect most aspects of the leisured life: hunting, fishing, love-making, moralising.
    No instruments are expressly called for in the manuscripts, but we know from contemporary literature, painting, and sculpture that these songs were commonly performed with instrumental accompaniment and sometimes by instruments alone. One of the rare collections of purely instrumental music of the time contains keyboard settings of several Italian songs, and two of these settings will be heard in today's programme.
    BBC Radio 3

    13th Century Polytextual Motets

    selected, adapted, and introduced by MICHAEL MORROW performed by MUSICA RESERVATA conducted by JOHN BECKETT The lyrics translated by TERENCE TILLER
    Readers FRANCES JEATER
    PETER PRATT , DAVID SPENSER
    Produced by TERENCE TILLER
    BBC Radio 3

    Medieval French and English Music

    MUSICA RESERVATA
    Jantina Noorman (mezzo-sop) Margaret Philpot (mezzo-sop) Grayston Burgess (counter-ten) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Dudley (tenor) Ruth David
    (treble rebec and vielle) Eleanor Sloan
    (treble rebec and vielle)
    Daphne Wehb (tenor rebec) Desmond Dupre
    (tenor rebec and bass viol) Colin Sheen (sackbut)
    John Sothcott (recorder)
    Bernard Thomas (crumhorn) Richard Harvey (crumhorn) James Tyler
    (lute, cittern and crumhorn) Anthony Rooley
    (lute and cittern)
    Brian Wilson (harp) Jeremy Montagu
    (nakers and percussion) director MICHAEL MORROW (citole and bells) conductor JOHN BECKETT
    Part 1: 13th and 14th century
    BBC Radio 3

    This Week's Composers

    Morley, Dowland,
    Gibbons Dowland Pavan a 4; Mr Thomas Collier 's Gaillard; The Earl of Essex, his Galliard; Away with these self-loving lads
    PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES
    MUSICA RESERVATA directed by GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor) and MICHAEL MORROW
    9.20* Morley Canzonets: Sweet nymph, come to thy lover; Miraculous love's wounding; I go before, my darling
    ALFRED DELLER and MARK DELLER (counter-tenors)
    9.28' Gibbons Verse Anthems: This is the record of John; See, see, the Word is incarnate: Glorious and powerful God
    CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAM-BRIDGE
    JACOBEAN CONSORT OF VIOLS SIMON PRESTON (organ) conducted by DAVID WILLCOCKS gramophone records
    BBC Radio 3

    English Music

    MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW
    JANTINA NOORMAN (meZZO-SOp)
    GRAYSTON BURGESS (counter-tenor) EDGAR FLEET (tenor)
    GEOFFREY SHAW (baritone) CATHERINE MACKINTOSH (treble viol)
    CAROLYN SPAREY (tenor viol) JAMES TYLER
    (lute, cittern and tenor viol) DAPHNE WEBB (baSS V4Ol)
    ADAM SKEAPING (bass viol) ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute) conductor
    JOHN BECKETT (harpsichord) Nicholson Sweet , they say
    Byrd Who made thee, Hob, forsake the plough?
    John Johnson Galliard and Dump anon; Adrianus Valerius Daphne anon Ah, silly poor Joas; Bonny sweet Robin; My sweet little darling; Browning: The leaves be green
    Elway Bevin Browning : The leaves be green
    William Inglot Browning : The leaves be green
    William Cobbold New Fashions
    BBC Radio 3

    Music in Venice

    16th-century vocal and Instrumental dance music
    MUSICA RESERVATA: directed and Introduced by MICHAEL MORROW

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    German Music of The Renaissance

    by Senfl, Isaac and anonymous composers
    MUSICA RESERVATA Jantina Noorman ( mezzo-soprano)
    Nigel Rogers (tenor)
    Don Smithers (cornett, crumhorn and sordun) David Munrow icurtal, crumhorn and sordun)
    Alan Lumsden (sackbut) Tonv Moore (sackbut) John Beckett (organ) director MICHAEL MORROW (crumhorn)
    BBC Radio 3

    Josquin des Pres

    MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conductor
    JOHN BECKETT (organ) Vive le roy
    Mille regretz (various settings) Fault d'argent (two settings) Frottola: El Grillo
    La Bernardina (two settings)
    Scaramella Pleine de dueil
    La Déploration de Johan Ocke ghem
    BBC Radio 3

    Josquin des Pres

    MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW
    JANTINA NOORMAN (mezzo-sop) MARGARET PHILPOT (Contralto) EDGAR FLEET (tenor) JOHN DUDLEY (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass)
    CATHERINE MACKINTOSH (treble rebec and viol) DESMOND DUPRE
    (tenor rebec and viol) DAPHNE WEBB
    (tenor rebec and viol) ADAM SKEAPING
    (violone and bass rebec) JULIAN CREME (lute)
    ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute) conductor JOHN BECKETT (organ)
    Vive le roy ; Mille regretz (various settings); Fault d'argent (two settings); Frottola: El Grillo; La Bernardina (two settings); Scaramella; Pleine de dueil; La déploration de Johan Ockeghem
    BBC Radio 3

    Renaissance Chansons and Dances

    anon Hoftanz - Hupfauf: Benzenhauer
    Dufay Ce moy de May soyons lies et joyeaux; Bon jour bon mois anen Vostre trey dowse regarde Dufay Mon chier amy, qu'avez vous empense?; Donnes I'assault anon Hoftanz - Hupfauf: Benzenhauer
    Dufay Hé,. compaignons, resvelons nous; Ma belle dame souveraine anon Hoftanz - Hupfauf: Der ander tanz: MUSICA RESERVATA artistic director MICHAEL MORROW conducted by ANDREW PARROTT
    BBC Radio 3

    Plainsong and the Rise of European Music

    Ars Antiqua Secular Motets Devised and introduced by Basil Lam
    These motets, based on fragments of plainsong or popular melodies, come from the vast repertoire which nourished around Paris mostly in the 13th century. They may be regarded as the earliest chamber music; and different though they are from the Renaissance church motets, they show highly developed and subtle techniques in the combining of melodies. MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW
    (Repeated: Tuesday 7 March)
    BBC Radio 3

    Plainsong and the Rise of European Music

    Ars Antlqua Secular Motels
    Seventh in a series of 28 programmes, showing the pervasive Influence of Plainsong on the development of European music.
    Devised and introduced by Basil Lam
    These motets, based on fragments of plainsong or popular melodies, come from the vast repertoire which flourished around Paris mostly in the 13th century. They may be regarded as the earliest chamber music: and different though they are from the Renaissance church motets, they show highly developed and subtle techniques in the combining of melodies. MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW
    BBC Radio 3

    This Week's Comoosers

    The Court of Henry VIII
    A gifted amateur himself, the young Henry brought to the English court a new emphasis on musical entertainment: lavish ' disguisings ' and ' mavings ' became favourite diversions, enriching the repertoryofsongsanddancesand severely depleting the privy purse.
    With one exception, all five programmes this week dwell on this secular aspect of Henrv's musical life. sustained as it was by the work of several composers - among them William Cornyshe Robert Fayrfax and. to some extent, the monarch himself.
    PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES directed by GRAYSTON BURGESS MUSICA RESERVATA directed by MICHAEL MORROW gramophone records
    BBC Radio 3

    Morning Concert

    A Royal Edition
    Henry VIII Pastime with good company
    PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES MUSICA RESERVATA directed bv GRAYSTON BURGESS and MICHAEL MORROW
    8.7*Frederick the Great Sinfonia in D major
    EMIL SEILER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted bv CARL GORVIN
    8.17* Prince Albert Invocazione all armonia
    PURCELL CONSORT Of VOICES directed hv GRAYSTON BURGESS
    8.28* Prince Louis Ferdinand Octet, Op 12
    MEMBERS OF THE
    CONSORTIUM CLISSICUM: records
    BBC Radio 3

    ,The Florentine Intermedi of 1589

    On behalf of the European Broadcasting Union, the BBC presents the first concert in the Union's 12th International Concert Season, direct from St John 's, Smith Square, London
    The six Interludes which were performed with various stage comedies at the Mtdici court in 1589 to celebrate the marriage of .Ferdinando de'Medici and Christine of Lorraine.
    Music by Malvezzi, Marenzio. Peri, Caccini, Cavalieri, and others
    Musica Reservata
    (director MICHAEL MORROW ) including EMMA KIRKBY (soprano), JANTINA NOOR-MAN, NANCY LONG (mezZOsopranos), MARGARET PHIL -POT (contralto) with NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) conducted by Andrew Parrott
    Intermedio 1: The Harmony of the Spheres
    BBC Radio 3

    Chantres Expers

    Secular music by Josquin and his contemporaries
    Josquin El grillo; Recordans de my segnora: Bergerette savoyenne; Quant je vous voy
    Loyset Compere Vive Ie noble roy de France
    Johannes Ghiselin Fors seulement
    Compere Che fa la ramancina anon Che fa la ramancina Josquin Nymphes des bois; Cueurs desolez par toutes nations (two versions) Pierre de la Rue Cueurs desolez par toutes nations Compere Chanter ne puis de la Rue Pourquoi non, ne suis-je morir Johannes Vrede Nunca fue pena mayor
    Antoine Brumel Tous les regretz
    Josquin In te Domine speravi anon In te Domine speravi
    MUSICA RESERVATA musical director MICHAEL MORROW conductor ANDREW PARROTT
    BBC Radio 3

    Renaissance Chansons and Dances

    Secular vocal music by Dufay and anonymous instrumental dances performed by MUSICA RESERVATA artistic director
    MICHAEL MORROW conducted by ANDREW PARROTT
    BBC Radio 3

    Early Music Forum

    Presented by Nicholas Kenyon
    Mannerism in Italian Music and Culture 1530-1630
    IAIN FENLON reviews the recently-published book by Maria Rika Maniates , and considers the extent to which the term ' Mannerism' may properly be applied to music.
    Carlo Gesualdo (c 1561-1613)
    HUGH KEYTE introduces the third of nine programmes. The only one included in Early Music Forum, it is drawn mainly from the Fifth Book of Madrigals (1611)
    Tu m'uecidi, a crudele: Gagliarda; Donna se m' ancidete; Tamo, mia vita; Asciugate i begli occhi; Dolcissima mia vita; Merce grido piangendo; Languisce al fin; All'ombra degl'allori MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conductor JOHN BYRT
    BBC Radio 3

    Early Music Forum

    Presenter Lionel Salter Dufay's Secular Music The recent complete recording made by the MEDIEVAL ENSEMBLE OF London, reviewed by STEPHEN PETTI TT.
    The Florentine lntermedi o/ 1589: The six lntermedi, originally broadcast in September 1979, are the main items in this and the next two programmes. ANDREW PARROTT conducts MUSICA RESERVATA
    (director MICHAEL MORROW ) Intermedio 1: The
    Harmony of the Spheres Intermedio 2: The
    Singing Contest of the Muses and the Pierides
    BBC Radio 3

    Early Music Forum

    Presented by Lionel Salter
    East Meets West
    The tenor NIGEL ROGERS describes how an encounter with a modern Indian singer threw new light on one of the more intractable problems of singing early Baroque music; with recorded examples by BHIMSEN joshi and NIGEL ROGERS.
    NICHOLAS KENYON reviews ROBERT DONINGTON 'S recent book The Rise of Opera.
    The fifth of the six
    Florentine Intermedi of 1589:TheSavingof
    Arion by the Dolphin
    NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) with MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conducted by ANDREW PARROTT
    BBC Radio 3

    Early Music Forum

    Presented by Lionel Satter The Florentine Intermedi of 1589: MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conducted by ANDREW PARROTT
    Intermedio 3 (The
    Battle between Apollo and the Python at Delphi) Intermedio 4 (The
    Foretelling of the Age of Gold and of the Terrors of Hell)
    Intermedio 6 (The Descent to Earth of Rhythm and Harmony)
    After Intermedio 3, BRIAN TROWELL reviews the first volume in an important new series of studies in medieval and early modern music, Early Music History (1).
    Producer CLIVE BENNETT
    BBC Radio 3

    Italian Music of the Late Renaissance

    MUSICA RESERVATA director michael MORROW conductor ANDREW PARROTT
    Music by Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Banchieri, Caccinl, La.ssus and Wilbye

                

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