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August 17-30, 1964
Volume VI, Number 3



KPFK, 3729 CAHUENGA BLVD., NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. TRIangle 7-5583, STate 1-0150.
MAILING ADDRESS: KPFK, LOS ANGELES 38.
Robert Adier, Manager and Program Director
Business Consultant: Martin R. Shaw, C.P.A.
The program Folio, a service to KPFK subscribers, is published bi-vreekly. KPFK, together with WBAI and KPFA, is
owned by Pacifica Foundation, a non-profit institution which exists solely to bring non-commercial radio to the commu-
nity. Each of these stations is supported by voluntary listener-subscriptions.

Annual subscriptions: $15.00. Student subscriptions: $5.00 for six months. Subscriptions are transferable to WBAI (30
E. 39th St., N.Y. 16) and KPFA (2207 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley 4).

KPFK transmits from Mt. Wilson with 110,000 watts, e.r.p. Broadcast hours: 7:00 a.m. -12 midnight, Monday through
Friday, 8:00 a.m. -12 midnight, Saturday and Sunday. Dates after listings: past or future duplicate broadcasts. Concerts:
numbers in parentheses refer to play time, in minutes.



Monday, August 17

7:00 A.M. TWENTIETH CENTURY NATIONAI^
ISM— I

AMIROV Azerbaijan Mugam: Shur (Class Ed 6)

(6)
RODRIGO Coatro Madrigales Amatorios (Lou

606) (8)
BOYDELL Megalithic Ritual Dances (Dec 9843)

(18)
BARBER Knoxville "Summer of 1915" (Col

5843) (15)
COWELL, Symphony No 10 (Un 1008) (28)
BABAJIAN Heroic Ballad (Class Ed 7) (21)
WALTON Crown Imperial March (Mer 50197)
(10)
9:00 COMMENTARY: Hallock Hoffman.
9:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE— XI
9:45 OKEGHEM MOTETS: Roger Blanchard's In-
strumental and Vocal Ensemble. (MGM 7) (24)
(Jul 22)
10:15 THE MYTH OF THE BRITANNICA. (Aug 5)
10:45 SHORT OPERAS

CIMAROSA II Maestro di Cappella (Vox PL

8450) (22)
MONTEVERDI II Ballo Dell'Ingrate (BG 567)

(46)
SATIE Socrate (Ea 510) (32)
12:30 STYLES IN "AS YOU LIKE IT": Dr. Charles
Beckwith.
1:20 LE MARTEAU SANS MAITRE: The work for
contralto, chorus, and instrumental ensemble by
Pierre Boulez is conducted on an RAI tape by
Bruno Maderna. (37)
2:00 THE FINALS FRAUD: Sidney Simon.
2:30 THE CYCLE CYCLE REVISITED: Mozart
Symphony No 20, Beethoven Piano Sonata No 2,
and Schubert String Quartet No 6.
3:40 WOMEN IN SHAKESPEARE: Some scenes.
4:15 LONG-HAIR JAZZ

SHAPERO On Green Mountain (C2L 31) (11)
STRAVINSKY Ragtime for Eleven Instruments

(Col 5772) (5)
MILHAUD La Creation du Monde (Ang 35932)

(17)
WEILL Suite from Die Dreigroschenoper (MGM
3095) (21)
5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.
6:15 MISSISSIPPI REPORT
6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.
6:45 COMMENTARY: Marvin Schachter. (AUG 18)



7:00 VERDI'S MACBETH: The four-act opera is
performed by an all-Italian cast. (RAI) (137)
(Apr 17)
9:15 THE QUANTITATIVE SOCIETY: Staff dis-
cussion at the Center for the Study of Demo-
cratic Institutions. (AUG 20)

10:15 SOUNDS AND SWEET AIRS: Music and
scenes from Shakespeare. (BBC)

10:45 NEWS

11:00 JOHN CHEEVER READS

11:35 CANZONAS: Seven Canzonas for Single and
Double Brass Choirs composed by Giovanni
Gabrieli. (CPT 503) (30)

Tuesday, August 18

7:00 A.M. MORNING CONCERT

LOEFFLER Tv?o Rhapsodies for Oboe and Vio-
lin (Col 5603) (23)
JANACEK Aus Einem Totenhaua (Epic 6005)
(90)

9:00 COMMENTARY: Marvin Schachter. (Aug 17)

9:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE— XII

9:45 PAGININI GUITAR QUARTETS (RAI) (60)
(Jul 22)
10:45 AMERICAN LITERARY CRITICISM TODAY.

(Aug 12)
12:15 JOHN AND AUNT MOLLY: Songs by John
Greenway and stories by Aunt Molly Jackson.
(45)

1:00 COMPETITIVE POWER PRODUCTION: A
paper on electrical povs'er monopolies.

1:30 KLEMPERER ON BEETHOVEN: Werner
Klemperer reads his father's words on Bee-
thoven. Then Otto Klemperer conducts Bee-
thoven's Symphony No 6 in F major, the
"Pastorale."

2:30 ZEITGEIST OR POLTERGEIST— I: On Amer-
ican movies. (Aug 9)

3:30 L'INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEIA: Claudio
Monteverdi's "immoral" opera in three acts.
(RAI) (94:40)

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 UnSCELLANY

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Theodore Edwards. (AUG 19)

7:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher, (AUG 20)

7:30 THE NEGRO IN AMERICA: A Mid-Centnry
Inventory. John Hope Franklin.

8:50 NEGRO FOLK SYMPHONY: Leopold Sto-
kowski conducts the American Symphony Or-



chestra in the Negro Folk Symphony by the
American composer William Dawson, director
of music at Tuskegee Institute. (Dec 10077) (38)
9:30 THE MOUSE: An anthology of fact and fable.
(AUG 26)

10:00 PRISON AND PEYOTE: A narrative tale.
(AUG 28)

10:45 NEWS

11:00 MEET YOU AT THE STATION: Al Hjerpe.



Wednesday, August 19

7:00 A.M. MUSIC OF BOCCHERINI

Symphony in F. Op 35. No 4 (HS 9019) (15)
Trio No 2 in G, Op 35 (XWN 18050) (18)
Sinfonia Funebre in B (Un 1017) (29)
La Tiranna, Op 44, No 4 (Lon 1454) (10)
Concerto in Bb for Cello (Ang 35725) (22)

8:45 FOR VERY YOUNG PEOPLE: Songs, rhymes,
and stories for two-to-five year olds.

9:00 COMMENTARY: Theodore Edwards. (Aug 18)

9:15 THE MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE—
XIII

9:45 JAPANESE GAGAKU: Court music. (Aug 6)
10:15 NO MATZOS IN RUSSIA: Jews in the Soviet

Union. (Aug 9)
10:45 I DUE FOSCARI: The Verdi opera. (RAD (99)
12:30 THE UNFEARFUL SYMMETRY OF "COM-
EDY OF ERRORS": W. G. Leary.

1:20 AVANT-GARDE CONCERT: Charlotte Moor-
man, cellist, introduces works of contemporary
composers. (70)

2:30 ZEITGEIST OR POLTERGEIST — II. (Aug 16)

3:15 THREE FOR RAI: Two works by Goffredo
Petrassi, his one-act opera II Cordovan© and
symphonic work Recreation Concertante are set
on either side of another one-acter, Antonio
Veretti's Burlesca.

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N.: Betty
Pilkington.

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Phil Kerby. (AUG 20)

7:00 SCHOENBERG AND SATIE FOR THE OR-
GAN: Schoenberg's Variations on a Recitative.
and Satie's Messe Des Pauvres. (Eso 507) (40)
(AUG 20)

7:45 CULTURE UNDER THE REVOLUTION:
Cuba. (AUG 27)

8:15 HAYDN'S MISSA SANCTAE CABCILIAB:
Maria Stader. Marga Hoeffgen, Richard Holm,
and Joseph Greindl are the soloists on this RAI
recording, with the Turin version of the RAI
Symphony conducted by Eugen Jochum. (RAI)
(72)

9:30 THE NEGRO IN AMERICA: The Social Con-
sequences of Discrimination: Peter I. Rose.
10:45 NEWS

11:00 FATS WALLER MEMORIAL: Phil Elwood
with a special program on jazz pianist, Fats
Waller. (62)



Thursday, August 20

7:00 A.M. VOCAI^ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

BARBER Commando March (Mer 50079) (3)
ANTHIEL Symphony No 4 (Ev 6013) (32)
HAYDN Missa in Tempore Belli in C (HS 2021)

(48)
GOULD West Point Sym (Mer 50220) (21)
STRAVINSKY Fireworks (Col 4398) (4)
9:00 COMMENTARY: Phil Kerby. (Aug 19)
9:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE— XIV
9:45 SCHOENBERG AND SATIE FOR THE OR-
GAN. (Aug 19)
10:30 THE QUANTITATIVE SOCIETY. (Aug 17)



11:30 HISTORY OF MUSIC: Alan Rich on Ro-
manticism.
12:30 SEXUAL ETHICS: Need for rethinking.

1:10 INTERNATIONAL ROSTRUM OF COMPOS-
ERS: Music written by Danish composers. In-
cluded are two works by Niels Viggo Bentzon,
as well as works by composers Poul Rovsing
OLsen, Herm. D. Koppel and Axel Borup-Jor-
gensen. (Fona & Odeon MOAK 12) (90)

2:00 GOLDEN VOICES, (Aug 18)

2:30 THE MEANING OF LINDBERGH'S FLIGHT

3:15 STREET SCENE: Excerpts from Kurt Weill;
opera on the Elmer Rice play. (Col 4139) (53)

4:15 THE PRODUCER IN THE THEATER: A
discussion. (Aug 16)

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 MISCELLANY

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Earl Walter. (AUG 21)

7:00 SHOSTAKOVICH'S FIFTH: Leopold Stokow-
ski conducts the Stadium Symphony Orchestra
of New York in a performance of the composer's
Fifth Symphony, Op 47, first premiered in Len-
ingrad in 1937. (Eve 6010) (45)

7:45 A MARXIST VIEW OF SHAKESPEARE:
Frank Kasnowsky, of the Socialist Worker's
Party (KRAB). (AUG 27)

8:15 MUSIC FROM SHAKESPEARE'S TIRfB:
Erich Katz and the Santa Barbara Collegium
Musicum perform works by Wilbye, Byrd. Gib-
bons, Morely, Dowland, Ford and others. (Aug
19)

9:00 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBERS: Robert
Adler, manager of KPFK. (AUG 23)

9:15 THE ELEVENTH HOUR: Time reserved for
topical programs.
10:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Phil Elwood. (AUG 21)

10:45 NEWS

11:00 THE HAREM DANCE AND ITS MUSIC: Will
Ogden of KPFA interviews Laurie Williams.



Friday, August 21



00 CHAMBER CONCERT

SAINT-SAENS Septet for Piano. Strings, and

Trumpet, Op 65 (MGM 3096) (19)
SCHUBERT Octet for Strings and Winds. Op

166 (Ever 6082) (56)
SEEGER String Quartet 1931 (Col 5477) (12)
PRAETORIUS Suite for 4 Voices (Cant 72715)

(5)
CARTER 8 Etudes and Fantasy for Woodwind
Qt (CRI 118) (21)

:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE— XV

:45 MUSIC FOR GLASS HARMONICA. (Aug 8)

:45 DR. ROLLO MAY SPEAKS: On the plight of
western man. (Aug 16)

:45 SHOSTAKOVICH'S FIFTH. (Aug 20)

:30 THE LANGUAGE OF HAMLET: Dr. Made-
leine Doran.

:10 HAYDN-MOZART CHORAL CONCERT
HAYDN Te Deum in C major
MOZART Maurerische Trauermusik KV 477
MOZART Adagio and Fugue in c minor KV 54 6
MOZART Missa Brevls in C major KV 259
(DGG 19398)

:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES. (Aug 20)

:30 THE VIEAV FROM HARLEM: A discussion of
social conditions.

:15 FOUR SCHERZI BY FREDERIC CHOPIN:
His Opl 20, 31, 39 and 54 are performed by
Tamas Vasary, the young Hungarian pianist.
(DGG 19451)

:00 THE IDEAS IN A DREAM: Mark Twain's
A Connecticut Yankee.

:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

:15 MISCELLANY



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6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Gene Turner.

7:00 SUITES FOR STRINGS: Wilfried Bottcher
conducts the Wlenner Solisten in performances
of Telemann's Don Quichotte Suite, and suites
by Purcell and Haydn. (BG 662) (50) (AUG 28)

8:00 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION PROJECT: Rachel
Carson, A Memorial Appreciation. A documen-
tary biography. (AUG 25)

8:45 TREASURY OF THE 78: William Malloch
and Hamilton Harty's Haydn "Clock" Sym-
phony.

9:45 BENTLEY ON BRECHT: A streamlined re-
cording (Spoken Arts) of the comedy A Man's
A Man.
10:45 NEWS
11:00 SCOPE OF JAZZ: Mait Edey with a memorial

program on Herbie Nichols.
13:00 ECHOES OF JEAN DE RESZKE: David
Howell presents the only extant recordings of
the Polish tenor Jean DeReszke, recorded at
live performances in 1901. We warn you: tliis
program is for ultra-specialists and those with
good ears and lively imaginations only!

Saturday, August 22

8:00 A.M. THE FLAMING ANGEL,: Prokofiev's
five-act opera. (West OPW 1304) (116)
10:00 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.
10:30 UCLA ETHNO SERIES: Mike Moore contin-
ues his series on ethnic music.
11:30 STARLIGHT MYSTERY THEATER: The

Bachelor's Club. (Aug 16)
13:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

2:00 THE BLACK REVOLUTION AND THE
WHITE BACKLASH: A dialogue between Black
and White, with distinguished participants.
Don't miss this one.

4:15 BYZANTINE CHANT: Some examples, re-
corded in Greece in 1959, by Sam Chianis.

5:15 THE WIDE-OPEN HOUR

6:15 LETTERS FROM LISTENERS

6:30 UNCOMMON SENSE: Steve Kandel.

6:45 MISCELLANY

7:00 THE LONDON STAGE: Regina Fadiman re-
views. (AUG 28)

7:30 MUSIC FROM GERMANY: David Berger con-
tinues his series.

8:00 REFLECTIONS IN THE GRASS ROOTS:
Americans' images of themselves as reflected
in their folklore. (AUG 25)

8:45 THE FAIREST OF THE FAIRE: KPFK's
May 1964 Renaissance Faire takes another bow
by way of on-the-spot recordings made that
gloriously dusty weekend. (AUG 25)

9:30 THREE MOVIE MAKERS: Welles, Renoir,
and Hitchcock answer questions. (BBC)
10:00 STAN BRAKAGE AND PROCESS: The Amer-
ican experimental film maker talks with Jack
Hirschman.
10:45 NIGHTSOUNDS

Sunday, August 23

8:00 A.M. TRIO CONCERT

BEETHOVEN Trio in c, Op 9. No 3 (Art 64) (27)

BRAHMS Trio No 1 in B. Op 8 (RCA 1001) (30)

RAUEL, Trio in a (Ang 35630) (20)
10:00 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBERS. (Aug 20)
10:15 JAZZ — LOS ANGELES: Second part of the

Hindustani Jazz Sextet. Produced by Petrie

Mason.
10:45 ART FORUM: Pop Art. A discussion by some

leading practitioners.
11:45 KIRKPATRICK AND GOULD PLAY BACH:

The composer's Goldberg Variations. (85)



PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Weekdays 5:15-6:15 p.m.. Sat., 10 a.m.

MONDAY, AUG. 17

Tell-Me-Again Tales: Maureen Mcllroy

For Very Young People: Ivie Stevenson

Forest Lore: Josh Barkin

Hobbit — XXI: Harold Innocent
TUESDAY, AUG. 18

Time for Rhyme: Carl Sandburg

Ballet Folklorica de Mexico (D618)

The Hobbit^-XXII: By J. R. R. Tolkien
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 19

Story of J. Brahm in words and music

The Hobbit— XXIII
THURSDAY, AUG. 20

A Signpost for Very Young Scientists

Music for Young Listeners: R. Martin

The Hobbit— XXIV
FRIDAY, AUG. 21

East of Flumdiddle: Jimm Copp-Ed Brown

The Hobbit— XXV
SATURDAY. AUG. 22

A Seagull Named Emma: Morgenstern
Translated and read by Max Knight
MONDAY, AUG. 24

Tell-Me-Again Tales: Maureen Mcllroy

For Very Young People: Ivie Stevenson

Forest Lore: Josh Barkin

The Hobbit— XXVI: By J. R, R. Tolkien
TUESDAY, AUG. 25

Time for Rhyme: Carl Sandburg

Ballet Folklorica de Mexico

The Hobbit — XXVII: Harold Innocent
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 26

Story of Franz Schubert

The Hobbit— XXVIII
THURSDAY, AUG. 27

A Signpost: To A Dusty Friend

Music for Young Listeners: R. Martin

The Hobbit — XXIX
FRIDAY, AUG. 27

Jim Copp Tales: Jim Copp — Ed Brown
(Playhouse 101)

The Hobbit— XXX
SATURDAY, AUG. 28

The Sea Hunters: prod, and narrated
by Joan Mclntyre — KPFA



1:15 NUMBNESS IN BERLIN: A sensitive woman
recalls her feelings as an adolescent in Hit-
ler's Germany.

2:00 TREASURY OF THE 78: (Aug 21)

3:00 IVLAN AND SEA— III

3:30 HANDEL'S SAMSON (BG 648/50) (160) (Jun
20)

6:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: Wil-
liam Mandel.

6:30 THIS WEEK AT THE U.N.

6:45 THE KING-HALL LONDON LETTER. (AUG
24)

7:00 TRAVEL THE HIGHLANDS: Josef Marais
and Miranda. (AUG 29)

7:30 THE NEGRO IN AMERICA: Race: An Abused
Classification: William McCord.

8:40 MUSIC OF CASELLA: A performance of
Italia, Op 11. and the Serenade For Small Or-
chestra. (Urania 7118) (45)

9:30 DOES PSYCHOANALYSIS DO MORE HARM
THAN GOOD? A battle between Dr. Albert
Ellis and Dr. Harold Greenwald.
11:00 THE CYCLE CYCLE

MOZART Sonata for violin and piano in F, K 376



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(Vox VBX 47)
BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No 29 In Bb, Op 106

(AngGRM 4005) (50)
SCHUBERT Variations in Bb, Op 82, No 2 (1818)

(West 18345) (11)



Monday, August 24

7:00 A.M. TWENTIETH CENTURY NATIONAL-
ISM— II

IVES Decoration Day (Lou 621) (8)

NIELSEN Symphony No 4 (RCA LHMV 1006)
(38)

THOMPSON Suite for ob, cl, via (Un 1029) (15)

JANACEK Taras Bulba (Cap 7159) (22)

GINASTERA Cantata Para America Maglca
(Col 5847) (27)
9:00 THE KING-HALL LONDON LETTER. (Aug

23)
9:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTE— XVI
9:45 CONCERT
10:30 CYBERNETICS AND SOCIAL CRISIS — I.

(Aug 3)
11:30 VERDI-MACKERRAS: The Scottish conductor

Charles Mackerras performs, with the Philhar-

monia, his re— workings of music from several

Verdi operas. (RCA 2039) (56)
12:30 SHAKESPEARE'S REVISION OF MACBETH:

Dr. Daniel Amneus.
1:15 VIVALDI'S NISI DOMINUS: The Italian

composer's setting of Psalm 126. (Music Guild

M-11) (27)
1:45 CONVERSATION: Louis Simpson. With Bella

Lossy.
2:30 THE CYCLE CYCLE REVISITED: Mozart

Symphony No 21, Beethoven Piano Sonata No 3.

Schubert String Quartet No 10.
3:40 POEMS: Louis Simpson. The author reads.
4:00 MAHLER'S SINGERS: Dave Howell presents

a program devoted to recordings, extremely rare,

of operatic personalities given their start at the

Vienna Court Opera during the early 1900's.

Singers include Gutheil-Shoder, Kurz, Foerster-

Lauterer, Schmedes, Slezak, Demuth, Weide-

mann, Hesch, Winkelmann, Bahr-Mildenberg,

Elizza and Mayr.
5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.
G:15 MISSISSIPPI REPORT
6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.
6:45 COMxMENTARY: Amitai Etzionl. (AUG 25)
7:00 POELL AND FORRESTER SING DAS

KNABEN WUNDERHORN. (Van 478; 1113) (53)
8:00 THE NEGRO IN AMERICA: Distortions in

History Textbooks. Lawrence Levine.
9:15 PURCELL'S INDIAN QUEEN: Anthony

Bernard directs soloists, the London Chamber

Singers, and the London Chamber Orchestra.

(MG M-1) (52) (AUG 26)
10:15 GROWING UP AN ANARCHIST: Ernie Barry

of the San Francisco Housing Strike. (AUG 25)
10:45 NEWS
11:00 SEEING IS BELIEVING: "Movies "Round

Midnight" director John Fles.
11:30 THE ONLY JEALOUSY OF EMER: A poetic

play for masked dancers with original music by

Lou Harrison, based on the poatry of William

Butler Yeata. (30)



Tuesday, August 25

7:00 A.M. MUSIC OF ERNST BLOCH

Proclamation for Trumpet & Orch (Lou 636) (5)

Slnfonla Breve (Mer 50288) (19)

Sacred Service (Col 5621) (54)

Four Episodes for Piano, Winds, Strings (MOM

290) (14)



Concerto Grosso No 2 for Strings (Mer 50223)
(19)

9:00 COMMENTARY: Amitai Etzionl. (Aug 24)

9:15 MEMOIRS OF LORENZO DA PONTB— XVII:
Conclusion.

9:45 MUSIC FROM SHAKESPEARE'S TIME.
(Aug 20)
10:30 CYBERNETICS AND SOCIAL CRISIS — H.

(Aug 4)
11:30 BARBARA PATTON STUDIO CONCERT: She
sings, accompanied by Natalie Llmonick, pianist,
songs of Mahler and his contemporaries Wolf,
Cornelius and Josef Marx.
12:30 RACHEL CARSON: A Slemorial Appreciation.
(Aug 21)

1:15 HAYDN'S LIRA ORGANIZZATA CONCERTI:
These works were written origrlnally for a high-
class Neapolitan hurdy-gurdy for King Ferdi-
nand of Naples. (MG M-50) (45)

2:00 REFLECTIONS IN THE GRASS ROOTS:
(Aug 22)

2:45 TWO CONCERTOS BY GIAN-CARLO ME-
NOTTI:

Concerto in F for Piano (Van 1070) (34)
Concerto for Violin (RCA 1868) (27)

4:00 FAIREST OF THE FAJRE. (Aug 22)

4:45 GROWING UP AN ANARCHIST. (Aug 24)

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 MISCELLANY

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush,

6:45 COMMENTARY: Marshall Neel. (AUG 26)

7:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (AUG
27)

7:30 THE STORY OF RAVONIA: Trial of Nelson
Mandela and co-defendents in South Africa.

8:05 SCHUBERT'S TROUT QUINTET: Frank
Glazer, piano, and the Fine Arts Quartet. (Con
Disc 206) (38)

8:45 THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY'S FIELD
SERVICE: An interview by Larry Birns.

9:30 AMNON LEVY PLAYS ENESCO'S THIRD
SONATA: The young Israeli-American violin-
ist plays the Sonata No 3 in a. Op 25 (1926)
by the violinist-composer. Sharon Daves plays
the piano part. (30)
10:00 POEMS IN PRINT: Sandra Hochman with

poet Jack Gilbert.
10:45 NEWS

11:00 ETHNIC MUSIC: Robert Garflas continues
his series on ethnic music.



Wednesday, August 26

7:00 A.M. MUSIC OF PELLEAS et MELISANDE

FAURE Pelleas et Melisande, Suite (Col 5923)

(18)
SCHOENBERG Pelleas et Melisande (M2L 294)

(40)
DEBUSSY Pelleas et Melisande Suite (28)
SIBELIUS Pelleas et Melisande Suite, Op 46
(Lon 1277) (14)
8:45 FOR VERY YOUNG PEOPLE: Songs, rhymes.

and stories for two-to-five-year-olds.
9:00 COMMENTARY: Marshall Neel. (Aug 25)
9:16 THE KREUTZER SONATA: Actor Paul Ma-
zursky reads Tolstoy's novelette in seven Install-
ments.
9:45 RUDOLF ALBERT'S TCHAIKOVSKY
FOURTH: A little-known but highly talented
conductor leads the Paris Philharmonic. (Cpt
611) (45)
10:30 CYBERNETICS AND SOCIAL CRISIS — IIL

(Aug 10)
11:30 PURCELL'S INDIAN QUEEN. (Aug 25)
12:30 CRITICAL PROBLEMS OF CHARACTER
AND SITUATION IN OTHELLO: Dr. Milton A.
Orowltz.



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1:30 JANACEK'S SECOND QUARTET: The Jana-
cek Quartet plays the work subtitled "Intimate
Letters." (Dec 9851) (28)

2:00 THE FOREIGN POLICY ASSOCIATION:
Larry Birns talks with Nicholas Farnham.

2:30 MEET YOU AT THE STATION: Al Hjerpe.

3:30 THE MOUSE. (Aug: 18)

4:00 MORE MORAVIAN MUSIC: A selection from
what is virtually an unknown century of Amer-
ican musical activity. (Col 5688 & 5427) (70)

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page b:AU

6:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N.: Betty
Pilkington.

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 C0M3IENTARY: Dorothy Healey. (AUG 27)

7:00 TO BE OR NOT TO BE: The Shakespeare so-
liloquy In several languages.

7:30 EARLY EUROPEAN MUSIC

9:30 THE NEGRO IN AMERICA: Race, Class, and

Politics: C. Wilson Record.
10:45 NEWS

11:00 A HOMAGE TO SHAKESPEARE: Edith
Evans. John Gielgud, and Margaret Leighton.
(Col OL 7020)



Thursday, August 27

7:00 A.M. 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN MUSIC

FINE Serious Song: A Lament (Lou 576) (8)
TEMPLETON Pocket Size Sonata for Clar and

Piano (Dec 9941) (8)
GLANVILLE-HICKS Transposed Heads (Lou

5456) (72)
DAHL Allegro and Arioso for 5 wind instru-
ments (Con Disc 1216) (10)
RUGGLBS Organum (CRI 127) (6)
IVES Tone Rows 1 and 3 (Cam 804) (7)

9:00 COMMENTARY: Dorothy Healey. (Aug 26)

9:15 THE KREUTZER SONATA— II

9:45 LUBOSHUTZ AND NEMENOFF: The duo-
pianists play Mozart's four-hand Sonata in D,
K 448, Chopin's Rondo in C, Op 73, and Pierre
Luboshutz's Fantasy on themes from Strauss's
Die Fledermaus. (Ev 6076) (45)
10:30 CYBERNETICS AND SOCIAL CRISIS — IV

(Aug 11)
11:30 HISTORY OF MUSIC: Alan Rich and a study
of Lieder and the Short Piano Piece In the
19th Century.
12:30 A COMPOSER WRITES HIS MUSIC: John
Vincent talks about his Symphony in D. (Col
5579) (Aug 12)

1:30 A MARXIST VIEW OF SHAKESPEARE.
(Aug 20)

2:00 GOLDEN VOICES. (Aug 25)

3:30 AN AMERICAN COftOIUNIST ON NEGRO
HISTORY—I: Excerpts from the writings of
Herbert Aptheker.

3:00 BEETHOVEN'S VARIATIONS; Op 107. for
flute and piano. (Cpt 553) (53) (Jul 27)

4:00 CULTURE UNDER THE REVOLUTION.
(Aug 19)

4:30 JAZZ — LOS ANGELES: James Baldwin's
Sonny's Blues read by Anthony Garavente.

6:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 SEARCH AND RESEARCH: William Blanch-
ard.

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: Thomas Francis Ritt. (AUG
28)

7:00 NO HONKY-TONK FOR HICKS VILLE: A
discussion of the recent seizure of the April-
May issue of the Evergreen Review by authori-
ties in Nassau County. New York. (AUG 29)

7:30 INTERNATIONAL ROSTRUM OF COMPOS-
ERS: Scandinavia. (AUG 29)



9:00 REPORT TO THE SUBSCRIBERS: Robert

Adler. KPFK manager. (AUG 30)
9:15 THE ELEVENTH HOUR: Reserved for the

timely and last-minute specials.

10:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Phil Elwood. (AUG 28)

10:45 NEWS

11:00 THE VIC'S DREAM: Excerpts from that lav-
ish production with Moira Sherer, Robert Help-
man, and Stanley Holloway.

Friday, August 28

Goethe & Tolstoy

7:00 A.M. MAHLER'S EIGHTH: The last move-
ment of the Symphony No 8 in Eb is a setting
of the final part of Goethe's Faust. Maurice
Abravanel conducts soloists, the University of
Utah Choruses and Children's Chorus. Alexan-
der Schreiner, organ, and the Utah Symphony.
Mayor Fiorello La Guardia does his bit at the
end. (Van 1120/1) (120)

9:00 COMMENTARY: Thomas Francis Ritt. (Aug
27)

9:15 THE KREUTZER SONATA— III: Conclusion.

9:45 CELLO CONCERTI BY BOCCHERINI AND
C. P. E. BACH: Boccherinl's Bb Concerto and
J.S.'s son's Concerto In A. (DGG 18816) (45)
10:30 PRISON AND PEYOTE. (Aug 18)
11:30 SUITE FOR STRINGS. (Aug 21)
12:30 MOTIVATION OF CHARACTER IN MEAS-
URE FOR MEASURE: Dr. Byron Guyer.

1:20 MALCOLM ARNOLD: He conducts the Lon-
don Philharmonic in his Symphony No 3, Op 63.
(Ev 6021) (40)

2:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES. (Aug 27)

2:30 AN AMERICAN COMMUNIST ON NEGRO
HISTORY— n

3:15 ALFRED BRENDEL PLAYS LISZT: (Vox
511.030) (45)

4:00 THE LONDON STAGE. (Aug 22)

4:30 SCHUBERT'S TROUT QUINTET. (Aug 25)

5:15 FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: See page 3.

6:15 THE MINUTEMEN

6:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Clair Brush.

6:45 COMMENTARY: To be announced.

7:00 PIANO FOR FOUR HANDS: Yaltah Menuhin
and Joel Ryce play works by Beethoven, Men-
delssohn, Schubert and Dvorak. (Eve 6112) (60)

8:00 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION PROJECT: An
American Atheist. Madalyn Murray, the Balti-
more housewife who sues for separation of
church and state, talks with Tom Ritt,

8:40 KREUTZER SONATA: First. Joseph Szlgetl
and Claudio Arrau play the work that caused
all the trouble delineated by Tolstoy, Beethoven's
Sonata No 9 in A, Op 47, "Kreutzer." then
the Smetana Quartet plays Janacek's String
Quartet No 1 (1880). a work inspired by the
Tolstoy short story. (Van 1109/12; Ar 109)
10:00 RAILROAD AND ROUNDHOUSE: The sounda

of steam locomotives. (Cook 1270)
10:15 BENTLEY ON BRECHT: The voice of Brecht
himself speaking and singing.



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10:45 NEWS

11:00 THE ANGLO-AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC
TRADITION: D. K. Wilgrus In discussion with
Prof, Roger Abrahams of the U. of Texaa and
A. Li. Lloyd. English folk singer and collector.
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