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and Concerto No. 5 in A. Concerto No.
3 in G, Rondo in B-flat, Concerto No. 1
in B-flat, and Concerto No. 4 in D. This
BFA tape can be broadcast only once.

3:30 PARIAH: A play by August Strin-
berg. A drama of a struggle of wits be-
tween two men. One is an outcast who
has served a prison sentence for forgery
and is now quite ready to attempt black-
mail. The other is an archaeologist who
once killed a man by accident. Adapted
for broadcasting by Max Faber from his
English version. Produced by John Gib-
son. (BBC) (FEB 19)

4:00 OPEN HOUR-THE ARTS

5:00 A MUSICAL JOURNEY TO
GREECE: With Jim Papadatos.

5:30 SEARCH AND RESEARCH: Wil-
liam Blanchard of California Foundation
for Social Research. (FEB 12)

5:45 NEWS

6:00 OPINION: H. Lee Pratt, staff mem-
ber, Western Behavioral Sciences Insti-
tute at La Jolla, California. (FEB 12)

6:15 FARTEN VALEN: String Quartet
No. 2. Julliard St. Qt. (Argo RG81)

6:30 DEAR HARRY: An audio "Letters-
to-the-editor" program produced by Harry
Pollard. If you would agree or disagree,
or otherwise comment on the content of
a given program heard on this station,
write to "Dear Harry", KPFK, Los An-
geles, 90038.

7:00 THE WORLD OF STEVENSON
PHILLIPS: A full hour with the Story-
teller. Mr. Phillips, a long-standing fa-
vorite on KPFK, has many surprises in
store for you.

8:00 ZUBIN MEHTA CONDUCTS THE

MONTREAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

BACH. Suite No. 2 in b. (17)

RACHMANINOFF. Piano Concerto No.

3 in d. Vladimir Ashkenasy, soloist.



(FEB 16)

9:00 THE LAST MUSKETEER: Reward-
ed! (BBC)

9:30 OLD TIME RECORD REVIEW: A

survey of the regional musical styles of
America. This week— music from Georgia.
(FEB 12)

10:00 LOOKING IN: Elliot Mintz will in-
terview a young person who is gifted
with the power of ESP and other related
phenomenon. You are invited to call up
and become part of the program.

11:00 THE JANE WEEBLEY SHOW: Liza
loves Marty loves Lois loves David loves
Bill loves Dell loves Duke loves Ira loves
Ruth loves Ronald loves Asia loves Phil
loves Mike loves Sarah loves Marilyn loves
you! Directed by Liza Williams and Mar-
ty Cooper. (FEB 12)

11:30 THE MUSICAL CHAIR: With Wil-
liam Malloch. Musical surprises. Phone in
your reactions.




d&k



Sunday, February 12

8:00 THE CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN
OPERA CYCLE

ERMANNO WOLF-FERRARI. II Cam-
piello — a comedy in 3-acts after Gol-
doni.

Elena Rizzieri Gasparina

Mario Guggia Dona Cate Panciana

Silvana Zanolli Lucieta

Symph. Orch. and Chorus of RAI of Mi-
lan/E. Gracis.
10:00 GREATEST ADVENTURE: With

Mitchell Harding. (FEB 16)
10:30 ALL ABOUT CARS: With race driv-
er, announcer and newsman, Jim Mat-
thews.
10:45 SEIJI OZAWA CONDUCTS THE
TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Feb 8)
11:30 THE BACKGROUND OF OUR
COMMITMENTS IN SOUTHEAST
ASIA: Masamori Kojima continues his
talks on Thailand and Vietnam, part 18.
12:00 SEARCH AND RESEARCH (Feb 11)
12:15 OPINION: H. Lee Pratt (Feb 11)
12:30 THE JANE WEEBLY SHOW (Feb
11)
1:00 AND ALL THE MEN AND WOM-
EN MERELY PLAYERS: The theatre in
Los Angeles; especially, is it really going
to happen? Joel Boileau rides herd on
this first deep look at the legitimate stage
in our city. (FEB 13)
2:00 OLD TIME RECORD REVIEW
(Feb 11)
2:30

SUNDAY THEATRE PRESENTS

A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

by

ARTHUR MILLER

With Robert Duvall,

Ramon Bieri, Jon Voight



4:30 EVENINGS ON THE ROOF: Pre-
sents its Poetaster, Peter Yates, reading
current American poetry by Buckmioster
Fuller. Guy Davenport, Robert Duncan
and Diek Higgins. Rescheduled from an
earlier Folio.

5:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI-
CALS: With William M.mdel. (FEB 13)

5:45 NEWS

6:00 BRITISH PRESS REVIEW: Harry
Pollard's weekly digest of current news.
(FEB 13)

6.15 OPINION: William Winter's Weekly
Round-Up. (FEB 13)

6:30 3 7 2 9 CAHUEN-

GA: Conversation with KPFK staff mem-
bers on a variety of topics. (FEB 14)

6:45 DARIUS MILHAUD-LES QUATRE
ELEMENTS: A short cantata by the
prolific French composer. Carol Bogard/
sop; the Youth Chamber Orch. /Robert
Hughes. (KPFA)

7:00 TEENS ASK WHY-XI: Howard Ra-
dest. Executive Director of the American
Ethical Union, is moderator for a panel
of teen-agers including Debby Metlay,
Chris Bradley, Carole Mayer, Joan Him-
elblau, Danny Goldowitz and Suzanna
Taylor.

8:00 MUSIC FROM THE FESTIVAL OF
STRASBOURG
Part I

SMETANA. Sarka— symphonic poem.
VORISEK. Symphony in D.
BRAHMS. Symphony No. 1 in c.
DVORAK. Slavonic Dance No. 15. The

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
Part II

Soprano Regine Crespin in a recital of
songs by SCHUMANN, WOLF, POU-
LENC and CANTELOUBE.
10:30 ELEMENTS OF JAZZ: Continuing a
survey of main thematic material over a
single accompaniment theme or chaconne.
Examples are from half a century of re-
cordings. Presented by Bob Zieff. Engi-
neered by Jim Gordon. (FEB 16)
11:00 RADIO FREE OZ: Talks astronom-
ical



■1-




Monday, February 13

7:00 A.M. KPFK-AM: Friday the 13th on

a Mondav?
9:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI-
CALS (Feb 12)
9:15 BRITISH PRESS REVIEW (Feb 12)
9:30 BLAS GALINDO'S SYMPHONY NO.

TWO (Feb 9)
10:00 BLACK ELK SPEAKS: By John G.

Neihardt, read by David Ossman.
10:30 ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL, AND REN-
NAISSANCE MUSIC
Recorder music. Suzanne Bloch/soloist.

(VOX DL1240)
The Play of Daniel. Transcribed, scored
and edited by Father R. Weakland and
Noah Grecnberg from a 12th century
manuscript. N. Y. Pro Musica/Green-
berg. (Decca DL9402) (40)



11:30 ARE WE ALONE? (Feb 10)
12:30 OPINION: William Winter (Feb 12)
12:45 OPINION: Thomas F. Ritt (Feb 10)
1:00 MUSIC BY ERIC SATIE

Parade. Monte Carlo/Frcmaux. Sports and

Diversions. Masselos piano. (DGG-

18649) (14)
Two Gymnopedies (Orch. DEBUSSY)

Boston/Koussevitzky. (RCA CAL376)

(7)
En Habit de Cheval. Gold & F'izdale/duo-

pianist. (Columbia SL198) (7)
Mass for the Poor. The D. Randolph

Chorus. (Esoteric 507) (17)

2:00 AND ALL THE MEN AND WOM-
EN MERELY PLAYERS (Feb 12)

3:00 BAROQUE CHAMBER MUSIC:

Works by "TELEMANN. Recorder Son-
ata in C. Members of the Danish Concen-
tus Masicus; ROSENMULLER. Sonata
No. 2 in e. The Harpsichord Qt. (Eso-
teric 517); "BOCCHERINI. Cello Sonata
in A. Charles Houdret/solo. (Baroque
2815) (9); "LECLAIR. Sonata (Arranged
by the composer from his opera Silla and
Glaucis) for flute, violin, gamba and
harpsichord. The Baroque Ens.; ZELEN-
KA. Sonata No. 4 for Two Oboes, Bas-
soon and continuo. PURCELL. Pavan and
Chacony. The New Music String Qt.;
"DEMANTIUS. Polish and German
Dances for Recorders: Members of the
Danish Concentus Musicus; GIBBONS.
Two Fantasians. The New Music String
Qt.

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:

See page 5.

5:30 OPINION: J. Pirincin, member of the
Socialist Party. (FEB 14)

5:45 NEWS

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: With
Clair Brush

6:15 MUSIC FROM GERMANY: The
concluding section of PERGOLESI's
opera La Contadina Astuta.

6:45 MISCELLANY

7:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A time reserved
for programs of timely and continuing in-
terest which should be aired before sched-
uling at a later time.

8:00 "THE 20th CENTURY HARPSI-
CHORD: Janos Sebestyen plays seven
pieces originally for piano by PROKO-
FIEV, Three Preludes by FRANK MAR-
TIN, and EMIL PETROVICS' Four
Masked Self-Portraits. (Qualiton LPX-
1181)

8:30 FROM THE CENTER - THE UNI-
VERSITY IN AMERICA-IV: During the
three-day Convocation on "The Univer-
sity in America" sponsored by the Cen-
ter for the Study of Democratic Institu-
tions, Walter Lippmann spoke about "the
spiritual and intellectual vacuum which
must be filled by the universal company
of scholars." He is introduced by Robert
M. Hutehins, President of the Center.
J. Douglas Brown, Dean of the Faculty at
Princeton University, follows with a com-
ment. (FEB 17)



9:30 MANY MUSICS OF MAN (FEB 17)
10:30 CLINTON DUFFY: The former war-
den ol San Qucntin Prison, now retired,
talks with Jerry Goldberg about his 32
years of prison work, and of his current
interests.
11:00 RADIO FREE OZ: Ban the bad
bombical




Tuesday, February 14

7:00 A.M. KPFK-AM: Gee, we missed

Lincoln's birthday altogether.
9:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A repeat of last
evenings program for our morning lis-
teners.
10:00 BLACK ELK SPEAKS: By John G.

Neihardt, read by David Ossman.
10:30°NEW RECORDINGS OF OLD
MUSIC
RUTINI. Harpsichord Sonata in E. Sgriz-

zi/solo. (Nonesuch HC3008) (5)
VERACINI. Violin Sonata in b. Des

Combes/solo. (12)
SIPOLI. Harpsichord Toccata in d.

Sgrizzi/solo. (5)
MONTEVERDI. Lamento d'Arianna. The
Alfred Deller Consort. (Bach Guild
BCS70671) (16)
11:15 REPORT FROM SOUTH AFRICA
(Feb 9)

12:15 3 7 2 9 CAHUEN-

GA: (Feb 12)
12:30 OPINION: J. Pirincin (Feb 13)
12:45 MISCELLANY
1:00 AMERICAN MUSIC
EVERETT HELM. 2nd Piano Concerto.
Benjamin Owen/soloist, Louisville/
Whitney. (Lou 58-3) (14)
DAVID DIAMOND. Rounds for String
Orchestra. ARS/Hendl. (ARS116) (15)
HOWARD SWANSON. Short Symphony.
Amen Rec. Soc. Orch. /Dixon. (ARS-
116) (13)
WALTER PISTON. Three Pieces for
Flute, Clarinet, and Bassoon. Berkshire
Ens. (Unicorn 1029) (10)
2:00 RENDEZVOUS: With Theo Loir.

(WBAI)
3:00 MUSIC FROM THE FESTIVAL DE
BORDEAUX

MOZART. Sonata in D, K.448.
POULENC. Sonata.
BRAHMS. Sonata in f.
Marie-Jose Billard and Julien Azais duo-
pianists. This NABC tape can be broad-
cast only once.
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:

See page 5.
5:30 HUMAN RIGHTS INTERVIEW:
Brian King tells Tiger Slavik why he has
recreated the Tenth Cavalry and how he
has gone about doing it. (FEB 15)
5:45 NEWS
6:00 MISCELLANY



6:15 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Bou-
cher concludes the series on Conchita
Supervia (1895-1936) with zarzuela ex-
cerpts and concert and popular songs
from her native Spain. (KPFA)

6:45 OPINION: Marshall Windmiller
(FEB 15)

7:00 A WOMAN'S PLACE-VIII: A House
Is Not a Homestead. Nancy Reeves, at-
torney, and lecturer-writer on the status
of women. Here she comments on the
paradox of the 'American Dream' and
the reality. (FEB 24)

7:30 THERAPY: The second of eight "ac-
tuality" group therapy sessions based on
the TV series aired over KHJ, Los An-
geles, conducted by Dr. Everett Shostrom
and Nancy Ferry. Produced and hosted by
Larry Schwab. (FEB 15)

8:00 "DE LOS ANGELES AS DIDO:
PURCELL. Dido and Aeneas. Victoria
de Los Angeles/sop; Peter Glossop/bar;
Heather Harper/sop; the Ambrosian Sing-
ers and the English Chamber Orch./Sir
John Barbirolli. (Angel 36359) (FEB 15)

9:00 SENATOR WAYNE MORSE: A
speech made at a political rally on
November 4, 1966 in Los Angeles, in
support of Lawrence Sherman's candi-
dacy for representative from the 26th
District. (FEB 17)
10:00 LOOKING IN: Zen Buddhism is the
subject of the evening. Call Elliot Mintz
and chat about the pursuit of satori.
11:00 RADIO FREE OZ: Then it's cer-
tainly time that we meet.




Wednesday, February 15

7:00 A.M. KPFK-AM: Well, we're halfway

thru this Folio.
9:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . .
WINTER CAMP? To safeguard the sanity
of Folio readers, once again we are not
listing the guests that Richard Lamparski
has on his show. Maybe if we knew, we'd
tell you. Then again, maybe we wouldn't.
9:30 THERAPY (Feb 14)

10:00 BLACK ELK SPEAKS: By John G.
Neihardt, read hy David Ossman.

10:30 °DE LOS ANGELES AS DIDO (Feb
14)

11:30 SOUTH AFRICA AND WATTS (Feb
9)

12:30 HUMAN RIGHTS INTERVIEW
(Feb 14)

12:45 OPINION: Marshall Windmiller
(Feb 14)
1:00 EVENINGS ON THE ROOF: An-
other program of readings in contempo-
rary poetry by our Poetaster Peter Yates.
2:00 THE GREATEST DAY OF ME
LIFE: By John Parkyn. A programme
from the New Zealand Broadcasting Cor-
poration.

10



3:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT: Ralph
Vaughn Williams: The Grand Master— I.

Joseph Cooper presents the third pro-
gram in a Survey of Modern English
Music.

String Quartet No. 1 Aeolian String Quar-
tet. (Summit SLSU 2069)
Suite for Viola and Orchestra Melvin
Berger/viola; John Snashall/Eng. Cham.
Orch. (Pye GSgC-14049)
The above program will be followed by
a recording of Vaughn-Williams' inci-
dental music to Aristophanes play The
Wasps. Sir Adrian Boult conducts the
Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra.
(Westminster XWN 18251)
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:

See page 5.
5:30 OPINION: R. H. Darden, "For the
Right", on "Susan Spotless and Mr. Zip:
Uncle Sam as Artist". (FEB 16)
5:45 NEWS
6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: With

Clair Brush
6:15 THE STAMITZ VIOLA CONCER-
TO: H. Langewouters/soloist. Georges
Bethr.me conducts the Belgian Radio Or-
chestra.
6:45 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick

(FEB 16)
7:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A time reserved
for programs of timely and continuing in-
terest which should be aired before sched-
uling at a later time.
8:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
NICOLAS FLAGELLO. Concertino for
Piano, Brass, and Timpani. Elizabeth
Marshall/solo; Rome Orch./Flagello.
(Serenus SRS 12003) (9)
ARTHUR BLISS. Quintet for Clarinet
and Strings. Gervase de Peyer/solo,
with the Melos Ens. (Everest 6135) (26)
NICOLAS FLAGELLO. Three Episodes
for Piano. Elizabeth Marshall /solo. (Se-
renus SRS 12003) (4) (FEB 16)
8:45 THE ACTOR'S WORKSHOP PRE-
SENTS-CANDAULES, COMMISSION-
ER BY DANIEL GEROULD: The San
Francisco Actor's Workshop oriduction
for KPFA. Directed by Mark Estrin. Tech-
nical production by Bob Bergstresser.

Candaules Michael Linenthal

Gyges Marshall E. Fong

Nyssia Rhoda Gemignani

(KPFA) (FEB 24)
10:00 THE HEBREW PROGRAM: News
and commentary, folklore and music, pre-
sented first in English, then in Hebrew.
Produced by Dan Eshel.
11:00 RADIO FREE OZ: Or perhaps
you've a sweet tooth for jazz




Thursday, February 16

7:00 A.M. KPFK-AM: Heard any good
sigalerts lately?

9:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A repeat of last
evening's program for our morning lis-
teners.

10:00 BLACK ELK SPEAKS: By John G.

Neihardt, read by David Ossman.
10:30 "CONTEMPORARY MUSIC (Feb

15)
11:15 THE NEW MORALITY (Feb 8)
12:30 OPINION: R. H. Darden (Feb 15)
12:45 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick
(Feb 15)

1:00 ELEMENTS OF JAZZ (Feb 12)
1:30 GREATEST ADVENTURE: With
Mitchell Harding (Feb 12)
2:00 ZUBIN MEHTA CONDUCTS THE
MONTREAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Feb 11)
3:00 MUSIC FROM THE 1966 VIENNA
FESTIVAL
SCHOENBERG. Chamber Symphony No.

1 in E.
MOZART. Piano Concerto No. 19 in F.
KRENEK. Seven Easy Pieces for String

Orchestra.
MOZART. Symphony No. 38 in D,

"Prague".
Inger Wikstroem/soloist; the Mozarteum
Orchestra of Salsburg/Mladen Basic.
This Broadcast Foundation of America
tape can be broadcast only once.
4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:

See page 5.
5:30 MISCELLANY
5:45 NEWS
6:00 THIS WEEK AT THE U.N.: From

United Nations Radio, New York.
6:15 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE U.N.:

With Betty Pilkington. (WBAI)
6:45 OPINION: Stephen Kandel. (FEB 17)
7:00 K A R L H E I NZ STOCKHAUSEN'S
TELEMUSIC 1966: Commissioned by
the Japanese Radio. Recorded at the NHK
Electronic Music Studio in Tokyo.
7:30 THE USES OF LSD: Dr. Humphrey
Osmond, a long-time researcher in LSD,
discusses his clinical and experimental
work with the drug. Dr. Osmond, who
introduced Aldous Huxley to psychedelic
phenomena directs neurological and psy-
chiatric research for the state of New
Jersey. Paul Schaffer is the interviewer.
(WBAI, 1966)
8:30 BELGIAN MUSIC FOR THINGS
LOUIS DE MEESTER. Musique Con-
crete.
HENRI POUSSEUR. Rhymes for Various
Sound Media. (FEB 25)
9:00 RESPONSES TO LSD: Unpublished
laboratory interviews with subjects given
LSD. The experiments were directed by
Drs. B. Stefaniuk and H. Osmund. The
program includes transcripts of conversa-
tions between experimenters and sub-
jects, and a summary of LSD effects.
Read by Paul Schaffer and others. (WBAI,
1966)
10:00 LOOKING IN: Tonight Elliot Mintz
celebrates his twenty-second birthday.



Call up and join the party. Many sur-
prise"'"
11:00 RADIO FREE OZ: Or the life of our

Master The Naz

Friday, February 17

7:00 A.M. KPFK-AM: Norman Belkin
t.ikis his rase to a higher court.

9:00 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . .
WINTER CAMP? To safeguard the sanity
of Folio readers, once again we are not
listing the guests that Richard Lamparski
lias on his show. Maybe if we knew, we'd
tell you. Then again, maybe we wouldn't.

9:30 MUSIC OF EDGAR VARESE (Feb

1)
10:00 BLACK ELK SPEAKS: By John G.

Neihardt, read by David Ossman.
10:30 MUSIC BY IIILDING ROSSEN-
BERG

String Quartet No. 5. The Parrenin Qt.

(West XWN18704) (23)
Symphony No. 3, "The Four Ages of
Man". Stockholm Symph./T. Mann.
(London 944) (33)

11:30 SENATOR WAYNE MORSE (Feb

14)
12:30 MISCELLANY

12:45 OPINION: Stephen Kandel, televi-
sion and film writer with "Uncommon
Sense." (Feb 16)

1:00 MANY MUSICS OF MAN (Feb 13)

2:00 FROM THE CENTER - THE UNI-
VERSITY IN AMERICA-TV (Feb 13)

3:00 MUSIC FROM THE 1966 VIENNA
FESTIVAL: BEETHOVEN. Missa Sol-
emnis in D. Wilma Lipp/sop; Maureen
Forrester alo; Peter Schreier/ten; Nicola
Zaccaria bass; the Chorus and the Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra/Joseph Krips.
This Broadcast Foundation of America
tape can be broadcast only once.

4:30 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE:
See page 5.

5:30 MISCELLANY

5:45 NEWS

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: With
Clair Brush

6:15 WALLLNGFORD RIEGGER'S SYM-
PHONY NO. THREE: Howard Hanson
conducts the Eastman-Rochester Orch.
(Col. ML4902) (FEB 20)

6:45 OPINION: William R. Gruver, editor
of Mercury News Service. (FEB 20)

7:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A time reserved
for programs of timely and continuing in-
terest which should be aired before sched-
uling at a later time.

8:00 COMMUNITY DISCUSSION PROJ-
ECT: POWER IN BLACK AND WHITE:
Howard Radest, the Executive Director of
the American Ethical Union, talks about
class struggles and civil rights, black
power and white liberals, and why whites
should stay where they aren't wanted.
For meeting location please call NO 2-
1492. (FEB 20)

9:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT: Or-
pheus a la Russe. A Russian version of
the legend by a contemporary of Mozart.
EVSTIGNEI FOMIN. Orfei-Musical Tra-



gedy (Melodrama). Vitaly Konyayev and
Nind Drobisheva, speakers; USSR State
Radio Symphony Orchestra and Male
Chorus /V. Esipov. (MK D 18243/6)

10:00 LIFE EXTENSION TODAY AND
TOMORROW: A discussion of present
capabilities and future hopes in the field
of cryobiology. Participants include Rob-
ert Ettingor, author of Prospect of Immor-
tality, Dr. Dante Bruno of the Pacific In-
stitute for Cancer Research, and two
members of the California Life Extension
Society. (FEB 23)

11:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES: With Phil El-
wood. (FEB 24)

12:00 THE CONTINUING CARROT: The
amazing and unpredictable world of
Mitchell Harding.






TO




Saturday, February 18

8:00 A.M. PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG
PEOPLE: THE KOOLIBAH TREE

10:00 THE OPEN HOUR: A repeat of last
evening's program for our morning lis-
teners.

11:00 BELGIAN MUSIC (Feb 9)

11:30 CALLING CQ: Ray Meyers, W6MLZ,
with news for the radio amateur.

12:00 THE SET: With Melba Jackson and
the Teen-representatives. Find out what's
happening in and around L.A. Listen to
the Teen-report.

1:00 "BERNSTEIN CONDUCTS VER-
DI'S FALSTAFF

The Cast

Dietrict Fischer-Dieskau (bar) Falstaff

Regina Resnik (mezzo) Dame Quickly

Ilva Ligabue (sop) Mistress Ford

Rolando Panerai (bar) Ford

Graziella Sciutti (sop) Nanetta

Juan Oncina (ten) Fenton

Hilde Rossel-Majdan (sop). ..Mistress Page

Gerhard Stolze (ten) Dr. Caius

Murray Dickie (ten) Bardolph

Erich Kunz (bass) Pistol

The Chorus of the Vienna State Opera
and the Vienna Philharmonic Orches-
tra are conducted by Leonard Bernstein
in his first recording of an opera. (Co-
lumbia M3S750)

3:15 THE RIGHT SIDE OF WINTER:

Wherein William Winter, news analyst
and commentator, whose liberal views
are heard weekly on KPFK, sounds the
call for extremists from the Right (and
sometimes from the Left) to come and
have words with him on vital issues of
the day. (FEB 26)



4:00 OPEN HOUR-THE ARTS

5:00 A MUSICAL JOURNEY
GREECE: With Jim Papadatos.

5:30 BACK TALK FROM THE BACK
HALL: The opinion of Roger Wills in
conversation with Mitchell Harding.
(FEB 19)

6:00 A TWENTIETH CENTURY FOLK
MASS: This work by GEOFFREY BEAU-
MONT, the vicar of St. George (Cam-
berwell, England), never fails to get a
response' from listeners who are either
delighted or outraged. (Oriole 20019)

(FEB 19)
6:30 "WHEN MOZART TAMPERED

WITH BACH

Six Preludes and Fugues for String Trio,
K.404 a; The Trio a Cordes Francais.
(Nonesuch 1112) (FEB 23)
7:30 ESCAPE: Anthony Boucher brings
you review and commentary on the Sci-
ence Fiction, Fantasy and Mystery scene.
(KPFA)
8:00 MUSIC FROM THE "SEPTEMBER
NIGHTS" FESTIVAL OF 1966: Short
works by GIOVANNI GABRIELI, JOHN
BULL, JEROME BASSANO, NICOLAS
GUY, ANTHONY HOLBORNE, LAM-
BERT CHAUMONT, HENRI BUMONT,
ANTONIO DE CABEZON, ANDREA
GABRIELI, GILLES FARNABY, JO-
SEPH HAYDN, and G. M. TRABACI.
The Bass Octet of Liege conducted by
George Cabael and Thurston Dart at the
organ perform. (Radio Belgium) (FEB 20)
9:00 THE LAST MUSKETEER: Gold!

(BBC)
9:30 OLD TIME RECORD REVIEW: A
survev of the regional musical styles of
America. This week — music from Texas.
(FEB 19)

10:00 LOOKING IN: What it's like to be
arrested at age 19 and sentenced to
twenty years in prison. Tonight, Elliot
Mintz and special guest investigate the
prison scene. Call up and talk.

11:00 FOLK MUSIC OF VENEZUELA:
With Frederico Reyna and member of his
family. (BBC)

11:30 THE MUSICAL CHAIR: With Wil-
liam Malloch, who talks about music and
listens to you do same via phone.




Sunday, February 19

8:00 A.M. "RIMSKY-KORSAKOV'S OP-
ERA MLADA

The Cast

A. Korolyov (bass) Mstivoi

T. Tugarinova (sop) Voislava

V. Makhov (ten) Yaromir

N. Kulauino (mezzo) Morena

Chorus and Moscow Radio Symphony
Orchestra conducted by Yevgeny Svet-
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