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UK BROADCASTS *
Part One: 1963-1976
Part Two: 1977-2004

Date of Recording;
Date of Broadcast
CONTENT OTHER DETAILS
26th Mar '63 Richard Davy:
St Matthew Passion
Ian Partridge (Evangelist), John Shirley-Quirk (Christus), The Renaissance Singers, conducted by Michael Howard
Recorded at Flood Street, Chelsea
28th Jun '63 Carissimi:
Jephtha
Barbara Elsy, Geoffrey Mitchell, Ian Partridge, Geoffrey Shaw, John Alldis Choir, Philomusica of London, conducted by John Alldis.
Recorded at York Minster
22nd Aug '63
Live
Recital (as accompanist)
Group of Icelandic songs, and songs by Vaughan Williams
Ruth Little (contralto), Ian Partridge (piano)
From Maida Vale
30 Nov '63;
17th Sep '64
10pm
Rubbra:
Cantata di camera- Crucifixus pro nobis

Dom Pedro da Esperança:
Magnificat
Radio Times listing
Ian Partridge, Derek Stevens (organ), Tilford Bach Festival Ensemble and Choir, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at St Vedast's Church
25 Apr '64;
21 Jun '64
Bruckner:
Missa Solemnis
(first performance in England)
Barbara Elsy, Pauline Stevens, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Polyphonia Symphony Orchestra, BBC Choral Society, conducted by Peter Gellhorn.
Recording of concert at Central Hall, Westminster
1st May '64;
Live
JS Bach:
Missa Brevis in G
Audrey Attwood, Helen Watts, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Relay of concert at Tilford Parish Church
12 May '64 (8.30pm):
Live
*Handel:
Dixit Dominus, etc
Heather Harper, April Cantelo, Helen Watts, Ian Partridge, Kenneth Tudor, Charles Spinks (organ, harpsichord, and organ continuo), Keith Harvey (cello continuo), BBC Chorus, conducted by Arnold Goldsborough.
From Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
[Invitation Concert]
14th Sep '64 Music at Night
Brahms, Schubert, Britten, David Stone.
London Recital Group, directed by Richard Sinton
[Home Service]
17th Sep '64 Recital
(as accompanist)
Ruth Little (contralto), Ian Partridge (piano)
Recorded at Maida Vale
15 Dec '64 (8.15pm):
Live
Purcell:
The Indian Queen
April Cantelo, Wilfred Brown, Ian Partridge, John Holmes, Ambrosian Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Charles Mackerras (replacing Arnold Goldsborough, who died on the 14th).
Relay of concert at Goldsmiths' Hall
19 Dec '64;
25 Dec '64
JS Bach:
Cantatas 61 and 63
English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Chorus, conducted by Paul Steinitz (replacing Arnold Goldsborough, who died on the 14th)
24th Jan '65
18th Feb '65
*Stephen Dodgson:
Incidental music for "Love for Love" by William Congreve
Music: Patricia Clark (soprano), Ian Partridge (tenor), Denis Quilley (baritone), Ad Hoc Orchestral Ensemble, conducted by Alexander Faris. Cast: Alec Clunes, Geoffrey Matthews, Clive Revill, Malcolm Terris, Fraser Kerr, Michael Aldridge, Elizabeth Morgan, Miles Malleson, Vivienne Chatterton, Maxine Audley, Norman Shelley, Pauline Jameson, Sheila Grant, Denis Quilley, Howieson Culff, Valerie Kirkbright. Adapted for radio and produced by Robert Raikes.
[Drama Department]
3 Apr '65 JS Bach:
Missa Brevis in A, Cantata 191
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Guild Church of St Andrew, Holborn
15 May '65 JS Bach:
Cantatas 67 and 161
Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow
Recorded at Tilford Parish Church.
[Transcription Service]
27th May '65 Monteverdi (Laudate Dominum), etc Barbara Elsy, Susan Longfield, John Whitworth, Ian Partridge, Martyn Hill, Geoffrey Shaw, Thea King, conducted by Martindale Sidwell and Louis Halsey
6 Sep '65 (7.30pm);
Live
Purcell:
The Indian Queen
April Cantelo, Wilfred Brown, Ian Partridge, John Holmes, Ambrosian Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Charles Mackerras
Relay from the Royal Albert Hall
26 Sep '65 Cornelius:
The Barber of Baghdad
conducted by Leo Wurmser.
Recorded at BBC Manchester
18th Sep '65;
25th Sep '65 (9pm)
JS Bach:
Cantata 46
Martindale Sidwell Choir, Philomusica of London, conducted by Martindale Sidwell
Recorded at Maida Vale
7 Nov '65 JS Bach:
Cantatas 68 and 104
Purcell Singers, conducted by Imogen Holst.
Recorded at Farringdon
20th Nov '65;
21st Nov '65 (11am)
Music Magazine.
Illustrations for talk on JP Salomon by Alan Tyson
[Gramophone Programme Department]
21st Nov '65
4th Dec '65
JS Bach:
Cantatas 199 and 67
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
5th Dec '65 JS Bach:
Cantata 19 and Missa Brevis in G minor
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
9th Jan '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 106 and 18
Elaine Blighton, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Barrow, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Farringdon
16th Jan '66 JS Bach:
Cantata 133 and Missa Brevis in F
Jennifer Vyvyan, Pamela Bowden, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Farringdon
25th Jan '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 157, 158 and 159
Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Tilford Bach Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow
6th Feb '66;
17th Mar '66 (8.45pm)
Monteverdi: Scherzi Musicale,
Frescobaldi: Arie Musicale
Recorded at Maida Vale
9th Feb '66 Handel:
The Passion of Christ (Parts 1 and 2)
Heather Harper, Ilse Wolf, Paul Esswood, Sybil Michelow, Alexander Young, Robert Tear, Ian Partridge, John Shirley-Quirk, Michael Rippon, Tilford Bach Festival Choir, Tilford Festival Ensemble (leader Kelly Isaacs), conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
15th Feb '66
17th Feb '66
*Instruments and Ornamentation in Spanish Renaissance Polyphony
Illustrated talk by John Hoban, including music by Christobal de Morales, Juan Navarro, Francisco Guerrero
Grayston Burgess (counter-tenor), Ian Partridge (tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (bass), boy singers, Christopher Hyde-Smith (flute), Susan Leadbetter (cor anglais), Kerry Camden (bassoon), James MacGillivray (hecklephone), Alan Lumsden (sackbut), Tony Moore (sackbut), Scuola di Chiesa, conducted by John Hoban
23rd Feb '66 Britten:
Wedding Anthem
April Cantelo, Ian Partridge, Simon Preston, Thames Chamber Choir, conducted by Louis Halsey.
Recorded at St Clement Danes
24th Feb '66 CPE Bach
and Stravinsky
Recording of concert at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts.
[Midland Home Service]
8th Mar '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 85, 176 and 164
Ilse Wolf, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Farringdon
14th Mar '66 (7pm);
Live
Haydn:
Mass in C
Relay of concert at Nottingham University.
[Midland Home Service]
19th Mar '66 Monteverdi:
Vespers (1610)
Hazel Holt, Audrey Attwood, Rosemary Phillips, Kenneth Bowen, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Christopher Keyte, St Albans Bach Choir, The Jacques Orchestra, conducted by Peter Hurford
Recorded at St Albans
23rd Mar '66 Handel: Israel in Egypt Recorded at Maida Vale (invited audience)
4th Apr '66;
6th Apr '66 (5.05pm)
English Song.
Quilter (To Julia), H Lawes, W Lawes, Bridge, Warlock, Parry
Accompanied by Wilfrid Parry, piano.
6th Apr '66
[TV]
JS Bach:
Easter Oratorio
Conducted by Arwel Hughes.
Recorded in Cardiff
[BBC]
29th Apr '66
15th Aug '68
[TV]
*Master Class for Singers
Song: Quilter "O Mistress Mine"
Peter Pears
Peter Pears, with Angela Beale, Ian Partridge, Alfreda Hodgson.
Recorded at Liverpool University [BBC]
3rd May '66 JS Bach:
Cantata 94
Thames Chamber Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Michael Dobson.
Recorded at Kingston Parish Church
7th May '66 Ives Series. Delage: 7 Haiku Conducted by Jean-Louis Monod.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
13th May '66 Handel:
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 100)
Elaine Blighton, Audrey Attwood, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, The Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Tilford
14th May '66 Purcell: How pleasant is the flowery plain,
Handel: E partirai, mia vita
With Ilse Wolf.
Recorded at Maida Vale
Jun/Jul '66 Music in Mediaeval England.
Series of 6 programmes
?
28th Jun '66
6th Jul '66 (3.30pm)
*Composer's Portrait: Geoffrey Bush
Echo's Lament for Narcissus, Tell me where is Fancy bred, etc
Ian Partridge (tenor), Maurice Bevan (baritone), Jonathan Hastings (boy soprano), Geoffrey Bush (piano and speaker), Norman Jones (cello)Recorded at Maida Vale
7th Jul '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 106, 27 and 161
Elaine Blighton, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, Colin Wheatley, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Camden
9th Jul '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 206 and 215
Ilse Wolf, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
17th Jul '66;
10th Aug '66 (3.30pm)
Composer's Portrait: Richard Arnell
including two songs
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
19th Aug '66;
28th Sep '66
Finzi:
O fair to see (first broadcast performance)
plus songs by Fauré
Wilfrid Parry (piano)Recorded at Maida Vale
12th Oct '66 Song: Follow the Man from Cooks (The Runaway Girl) Margaret Cable, Thomas Allen.
[World Service East Africa]
13th Oct '66 JS Bach:
Cantatas 96 and 25
Margaret Price, Delia Woolford, Ian Partridge, John Noble, English Chamber Orchestra, London Bach Society, conducted by Dr Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at St Andrews, Holborn
13th Oct '66 Handel:
O Praise the Lord with one consent, The King shall rejoice, etc.
Honor Sheppard, Ian Partridge, John Noble, Martindale Sidwell Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Recording of a concert at St Clement Danes
29th Oct '66;
23rd Dec '66 (8.30pm)
Ballad - Lord Rankin (The Snow Queen) [Drama Department]
20th Nov '66 Schubert:
Salve Regina, Stabat Mater
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Camden
30th Nov '66;
12th Feb '67
Beethoven:
Folk Songs (including Sally in our Alley)
Margaret Neville, Ian Partridge, Rostal Cassado Schröter Trio.
Recorded at Farringdon
3rd Dec '66;
4th Dec '66 (11am)
Music Magazine.
Illustrations for "From Byrd to Britten", talk by Geoffrey Bush
[Gramophone Programme Department]
12th Dec '66 Purcell:
Sacred Songs, including "Let the Night Perish"
Charles Spinks, Terence Weil.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
12th Jan '67 *Malcolm Arnold:
Song of Simeon (title role)
Ursula Connors, Jean Allister, Ann Dowdall, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, Forbes Robinson, Ambrosian Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Arnold
Recorded at Walthamstow Town Hall.
[Transcription Service]

[Broadcast available on CD]
30th Jan '67;
23rd Feb '67 (3pm)
Further Hearing.
Included Geoffrey Bush cantata "A Lover's Progress"
With members of the Portia Ensemble.
Recorded at Maida Vale
21st Feb '67 Handel:
Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline, Il Moderato
Thames Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Louis Halsey.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
23rd Feb '67 (12.15pm);
Live
Britten:
Nocturne
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John Carew.
"Midday Concert" from City Hall, Cardiff
27th Feb '67 (7.30pm);
Live
Handel:
Cantata - Cecilia volgi un squardo
Elizabeth Harwood, BBC Midland Light Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Lewis.
Concert at Blenheim Palace.
[Midland Home Service]
14th Mar '67 (8.30pm);
Live
Delage: Sept Haikus,
Ravel: Chansons Madecasses
Relay from Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
15th Mar '67;
11th Apr '67 (11.15pm)
Music at Night.
Maurice Greene Amoretti Sonnets
Recorded at Maida Vale
[Home Service]
15th Mar '67 Guillaume de Machaut:
The True Tale, incidental music arranged by Gilbert Reaney
Recorded at Maida Vale
23rd Mar '67 Guillaume de Machaut:
Motets
Recorded at Maida Vale (afternoon)
23rd Mar '67 History of British Music.
Programme 17 - Ballad and Pastiche Opera
Recorded at Hammersmith Town Hall (evening).
[Transcription Service]
8th Apr '67 Monteverdi (9) Scuola di Chiesa, John Hoban.
Recorded at Maida Vale
10th Apr '67 Monteverdi:
Madrigals, etc
The Wilbye Consort (Susan Longfield, Ursula Connors, Margaret Cable, Nigel Rogers, Ian Partridge, Geoffrey Shaw), Simon Preston (harpsichord), directed by Louis Halsey.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
13th Apr '67;
24th Apr '67 (11.40am)
Music Session Two.
Oswin's Word II
Recorded at Maida Vale.
[Home Service Schools]
14th Apr '67;
22nd Apr '67 (7.30pm)
Gala Concert Hall
Schubert arr. Britten: Die Forelle,
Delibes: Arioso,
Quilter: To Daises (from "To Julia")
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Wyn Morris
From Concert Hall, Llandaff.
[Home Service]
19th May '67;
Live
JS Bach:
Cantata 55
The Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow
Relay of concert at Tilford
30th May '67 (8.30pm);
Live
Machaut:
In the end is my beginning
"Tuesday Invitation Concert" at Maida Vale
6th Jun '67 English Church Music of the 17th/20th Centuries Recorded at Aldeburgh Parish Church.
[Transcription Service]
17th Jun '67 Schütz:
The Seven Last Words, The Resurrection
Recorded at Blythburgh Church
21st Jun '67 JS Bach:
Mass in B Minor
(?soprano?), Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, Nigel Wickens, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at Westminster Abbey
6th Jul '67 Organ Recital.
Including Plainsong in Titelouze: Pange lingua
Recorded at St Mary of Eton, Hackney
9th Aug '67 (7.30pm);
Live
Monteverdi:
Beatus Vir (first setting, Audi Coelum (from Vespers), Gloria
Martindale Sidwell Choir, London Bach Orchestra, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
26th Aug '67 (7.30pm);
Live
Haydn
Recit and Aria: Indarno m'affano from "L'incontro Improvviso"
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
21st Sep '67;
26th Sep '67 (9.04am)
This Week's Composer: Handel
E partirai, mia vita
With Terence Weil and Charles Spinks.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
4th Nov '67 Music Making.
Schröter Altdeutsche Liederspiel
With Margaret Neville and Heinz Schröter.
Recorded at Maida Vale
19th Dec '67;
10th Jan '68 (5.45pm)
Studio Portrait.
Self-portrait. Talked and sang (Fauré, plainsong, Mahler, Schubert, Geoffrey Bush, Quilter, Britten)
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Farringdon
?;
10th Jan '68
Brahms:
and Schumann: Songs
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
8th Jan '68 Handel:
Hercules (as Hyllus)
English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Herbert Handt.
Recorded at Maida Vale
20th Jan '68 Musicale.
Geoffrey Bush:
song cycle "A Lover's Passion", + group of songs, including Fauré
The Chalameau Ensemble, Geoffrey Bush (piano), Wilfrid Parry (piano).
Recorded at Magee University, Londonderry
27th Jan '68 JS Bach:
Cantatas 215 and 206
Programme also featured Rubbra's The Dark Night of the Soul for chorus and orchestra
Ilse Wolf, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
2nd Mar '68 JS Bach:
St John Passion
Ian Partridge (Evangelist), Michael Rippon (Christus), Audrey Attwood, Paul Esswood, Nigel Rogers, John Barrow, Thomas Allen (Pilatus), Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at Tilford Parish Church
25th Mar '68
12th Jun '69
*Schütz:
O quam tu pulchra es, Cantabo Domino in vita mea, etc
Ian Partridge, Nigel Wickens, instrumental ensemble, Louis Halsey Singers
Recorded at St Giles', Cripplegate
24th Apr '68;
25th Apr '68 (11am)
Music Making.
including Schubert (2 songs),
Brahms (3 songs)
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
9th May '68
24th Dec '68
*John Shepherd:
Missa in Gallicantu (Mass at cockcrow), First Mass of Christmas
Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Scuola di Chiesa, conducted by John Hoban. Commentary by Bruno Turner
Recorded at St George the Martyr
13th May '68 JS Bach:
Cantatas 75 and 113
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
17th May '68
Live
JS Bach:
Magnificat, Cantata 19
Audrey Attwood, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, Nigel Wickens, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Tilford
28th May '68;
29th Aug '68
Rameau:
Castor et Pollux
Conducted by Philip Ledger.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
11th Jun '68 Aldeburgh Festival 1968.
English Church Music of the 12th to 20th Centuries
Recorded at Aldeburgh Parish Church.
[Transcription Service]
23rd Jun '68 Schütz:
St Luke Passion
Duets with Peter Pears. Conducted by Roger Norrington.
Recorded at Blythburgh.
[Transcription Service]
19th Jul '68 (7.30pm);
Live
[and TV]
Vaughan Williams:
Serenade to Music
Caroline Crawshaw, Janet Price, Elizabeth Tippett, Vivienne Townley, Maureen Guy, Meriel Dickinson, Gloria Jennings, Alfreda Hodgson, Bernard Dickerson, John Elwes, Wynford Evans, Ian Partridge, John Barrow, Neil Howlett, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Colin Davis.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
[Also recorded for TV]
30th Jun '68 JS Bach:
Cantatas 107, 112 and 177
Thames Chamber Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Michael Dobson.
Recorded at Kingston Parish Church
1st Sep '68 (4.30pm);
Live
Berlioz:
The Trojans (as Iopas)
[sung in English]
Amy Shuard, Margaret Neville, Anna Reynolds, Josephine Veasey, Ryland Davies, Gregory Dempsey, Ronald Dowd, Ian Partridge, Delme Bryn-Jones, Michael Rippon, Don Garrard, David Gwynne, David Kelly, LSO Chorus, Chelsea Opera Group, London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Colin Davis.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
30th Sep '68 Ravel, Debussy, Bridge Jennifer Partridge (piano).
4th Oct '68 Schubert:
Songs
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
5th Oct '68;
Live
Handel:
Messiah
Jennifer Vyvyan, Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, Roger Stalman, conducted by James Gaddarn.
Relay of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
9th Nov '68 *Debussy
Illustrated introduction and first performance of early cantata "Diane au Bois"
Edward Lockspeiser (speaker), Elizabeth Simon (sop), Ian Partridge (ten), Paul Hamburger and Viola Tunnard (two pianos)
30th Oct '68
24th Nov '68
*Lili Boulanger:
Du fond de l'abime
Conducted by Nadia Boulanger.
Bernadette Greevy, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, BBC Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Nadia Boulanger Recorded at Fairfield Halls, Croydon.
[Broadcast available on CD]
13th Nov '68 JS Bach:
Cantata
?
29th Jan '69
16th Mar '69
*Schubert:
Songs (IP: Stimme der Liebe, Fulle der Liebe, Sei mir gegrüsst) and Duet (Nun wer die Sehnsucht kannt)
Margaret Neville (sop), Ian Partridge, Ernest Lush (piano).
2nd Apr '69 JS Bach:
Cantata 105
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
9th Apr '69;
20th Apr '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 112 and 85
Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
10th Apr '69;
4th May '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 166 and 108
Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at Maida Vale
17th Apr '69 Recital:
Couperin, Purcell, Campra, Schütz, Monteverdi
Nigel Wickens.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
22nd Apr '69;
13th May '69 (12.15pm)
Britten:
Nocturne
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Norman Del Mar.
Recording of "Midday Prom" at City Hall, Cardiff
30th Apr '69;
6th May '69
Monteverdi, Cavalli Nigel Rogers.
Recording of "Tuesday Invitation Concert" at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
9th May '69 JS Bach:
Cantatas 86, 43 and 29
London Bach Society.
Recording of concert at St Pancras Church
21st May '69 Handel:
Israel in Egypt
Jane Manning, Maureen Lehane, Ian Partridge, John Dethick, Christopher Keyte, The Jacques Orchestra, Bach Choir, conducted by David Willcocks.
Recording of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
5th Jun '69;
29th Jun '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 117 and 24
London Bach Orchestra, Martindale Sidwell Choir, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Recorded at St Gabriel's, Cricklewood
11th Jun '69;
8th Aug '69
Stravinsky Recorded at Maida Vale.
[Stravinsky Series]
17th Jun '69;
17th Aug '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 179 and 113
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
11th Aug '69;
17th Aug '69
Schumann:
Dichterliebe
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
21st Aug '69 Schubert
Recital
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
22nd Aug '69 Housman and Music:
Ireland, CW Orr
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Maida Vale
30th Sep '69 (7.30pm);
Live
Berlioz:
The Trojans (as Iopas)
[sung in French]
Jon Vickers, Janet Baker (singing in English, replacing Josephine Veasey), Anja Silja, Hugh Sheehan, Peter Glossop, Heather Begg, Anthony Raffell, Anne Howells, Ian Partridge, Elizabeth Bainbridge, Ryland Davies, Michael Rippon, Gillian Ramsden, Aspassia Papathanassiou, Ian Hair, Dennis Wicks, Eric Garrett, George Macpherson, Michael Langdon, Anthony Sweeny, David Kelly, Edgar Evans, Royal Opera Ballet, Royal Opera Chorus, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conducted by Colin Davis.
Relay from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
9th Oct '69;
19th Oct '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 49 and 180
London Bach Society, Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at St Andrew's Church, Holborn
15th Oct '69;
11th Nov '69
Purcell Recorded at St Gabriel's, Cricklewood.
[Purcell Series]
3rd Nov '69
23rd Jun '70
*Warlock:
The Curlew
The Vesuvius Ensemble.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House.
[Further Hearing]
16th Nov '69;
23rd Nov '69
JS Bach:
Cantatas 116 and 90
London Orpheus Choir and Orchestra, conducted by James Gaddarn.
Recorded at St Andrew's Church, Holborn
18th Nov '69 Recital.
Sang and introduced music of own choice -
Schumann: Liederkreis, Op. 39
Finzi: O Fair to See
Jennifer Partridge (piano)
Recorded at Maida Vale
19th Jan '70;
10th Mar '70 (9.45am)
Purcell Recorded at St John's, Smith Square
20th Jan '70 Music Making:
Geoffrey Bush, Fauré
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
2nd Feb '70;
17th Mar '70 (9.45am)
Purcell Recorded at St John's, Smith Square
15th Feb '70 Bryan Kelly: Surrexit hodie first broadcast performance
J.S. Bach: Cantata no 159
Christopher Brown: Woefully arrayed first broadcast performance
Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, conducted by Denys Darlow
Recorded at Maida Vale
13th Feb '70 Fauré and Duparc Recorded at Maida Vale
15th Feb '70 Cantatas by
Buxtehude, Goldberg, Graupner
Felicity Palmer, Doreen Walker, Ian Partridge, Stephen Roberts, conducted by Denys Darlow
Recorded at Maida Vale
7th Mar '70 J. S. Bach
St Matthew Passion
Georg Jelden, John Shirley-Quirk, Hazel Holt, Janet Baker, Ian Partridge, John Barrow, London Bach Society, Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz
Concert at Queen Elizabeth Hall
9th Mar '70 Monteverdi
Vespers (1610)
April Cantelo, Angela Beale, James Bowman, Ian Partridge, John Elwes, David Thomas, Louis Halsey Singers, David Munrow (recorder and flute), Richard Lee (recorder and flute), London Cornetto and Sackbut Ensemble (Don Smithers, Michael Laird, Iaan Wilson, Tony Moore, Alan Lumsden, Martin Nicholls), London Bach Orchestra, Andrew Davis (organ), Christopher Hogwood (organ), Robert Spencer (lute and chitarrone), conducted by Louis Halsey
Concert at Queen Elizabeth Hall
15th May '70 English Lute Songs Accompanied by Guy Robert.
Recorded at Maida Vale
22nd May '70 Mozart:
Zaïde (as Vorsänger and Zaram)
Recorded at Maida Vale
25th May '70
24th Dec '70
*Monteverdi:
Vespers (1610)
April Cantelo, Angela Beale, Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, John Elwes, David Thomas, Christopher Hogwood, Richard Lee, David Munrow, London Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble, Louis Halsey Singers, London Bach Orchestra conducted by Louis Halsey
Recorded at Holy Trinity, Prince Consort Road
[Broadcast available on CD]
29th May '70 JS Bach:
Cantatas 45 and 178
Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, The Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at All Saints Church, Tilford
10th Jun '70
(Live)
J. S. Bach
Mass in B minor
Angela Beale, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, conducted by Denys Darlow
Relay from Westminster Abbey
3rd Jul '70 Mozart:
Davidde Penitente
Margaret Price, Angela Beale, Ian Partridge, BBC Chorus, London Mozart Players, conducted by Harry Blech.
Recording of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
8th Jul '70;
2nd Aug '70
Bruhns, Buxtehude conducted by John Hoban
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
18th Jul '70;
30th Aug '70
JS Bach:
Cantatas 17 and 78
Conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at Maida Vale
19th Jul '70;
13th Sep '70
JS Bach:
Cantatas 8 and 161
Conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at Maida Vale
29th Jul '70 (7.30pm)
Live
Mozart:
Zaïde
Annon Lee Silver (late replacement for Sylvia Stahlman?), Alexander Young, Hugh Beresford, Michael Rippon, Ian Partridge, Delme Bryn-Jones, conducted by Charles Mackerras.
Relay of a Promenade concert at the Royal Albert Hall
31st Jul '70 (7.30pm)
Live
Brahms:
Liebeslieder for solo voices and orchestra
Norma Burrowes, Margaret Cable, Ian Partridge, Benjamin Luxon, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult.
Relay of a Promenade concert at the Royal Albert Hall
26th Apr '70
11th Aug '70
*Beethoven:
Seufzer eines Ungeliebten, Gegenliebe
Brahms: Eight Songs, op 57: Von waldbekrantzer Hohe, Wenn du nur zuweilen lachelst, Es traumte mir, Ach wende diesen Blick, In meiner nachte sehnen, Strahlt zuweilen auch ein mildes Licht, Die Schur Die Perl' an Perle, Unbewegte laue Luft
with Jennifer Partridge (piano)
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
13th Aug '70 (7pm);
Live
JS Bach:
Cantata 116 "Du Friedefurst, Herr Jesu Christ"
Ilse Wolf, James Bowman, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, Philip Ledger (harpsichord), Christopher Hogwood (organ), BBC Chorus, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, conducted by Neville Marriner.
Relay of a Promenade concert at the Royal Albert Hall
15th Sep '70;
24th Dec '70 (10.30am)
Music Hour Recorded at Maida Vale
13th Oct '70;
26th Oct '70 (3pm)
*Brahms:
Regenlied, Heimweh I-III, Nachklang
Schubert:
Der blinde Knabe, Der Vater mit dem Kinde, Vor meiner Wiege
with Jennifer Partridge (piano)
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
5th Nov '70;
12th Nov '70 (7pm)
The Sounds of Music: The Voice.
Wrote, presented and chose music
Recorded at Studio B13
29th Nov '70
8.00pm (Live)
J. S. Bach
Christmas Oratorio
Ian Partridge (Evangelist), Sally le Sage, Sybil Michelow, John Elwes, John Carol Case, conducted by Denys Darlow
Relay from the Victoria and Albert Museum
30th Nov '70;
Live
Schubert:
Auf dem Strom (D493)
Neill Sanders and Lamar Crowson.
Recorded at St John's, Smith Square
11th Dec '70 JS Bach:
Christmas Oratorio
Hazel Holt, Sybil Michelow, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, The London Bach Orchestra, Hampstead Choral Society, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Concert at the Royal Festival Hall
10th Jan '71 Afternoon Sequence.
Presented, wrote script and chose records
Recorded at Egton Studio 3
16th Jan '71 Afternoon Sequence.
Presented, wrote script and chose records
Recorded at Egton Studio 3
20th Jan '71 Afternoon Sequence.
Presented, wrote script and chose records
Recorded at Egton Studio 3
22nd Jan '71 Stravinsky:
Cantata
Recorded at Maida Vale
24th Jan '71 Afternoon Sequence.
Presented, wrote script and chose records
Recorded at Egton Studio 3
28th Jan '71 Schubert:
Lieder
Jennifer Partridge (piano)
Recorded at Maida Vale
14th Feb '71 Rubbra:
Cantata - Crucifixus pro nobis
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Brent Town Hall
23rd Apr '71
4th May '71
*Janacek:
Rikadla (first UK perf)
[Sung in Czech]
Annon Lee Silver, Hazel Holt, Sybil Michelow, Gloria Jennings, Ian Partridge, Philip Langridge, Kenneth Bowen, Benjamin Luxon, Michael Rippon, Music Theatre Ensemble, conducted by Alexander Goehr
9th May '71 JS Bach English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis.
Recorded at St John's, Smith Square
12th May '71 Beethoven:
And die Ferne Geliebte,
Dennis Wickens:
Song Cycle "The Everlasting Voices"
Recorded at Maida Vale
19th May '71 Vivaldi: Beatus vir,
Monteverdi: Beatus vir,
Legrenzi: Qui nos renunciat
Thames Chamber Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Louis Halsey.
Recorded at St Andrew's, Holborn
20th May '71 Eric Robinson's Music Club Recorded at Carpenter Rd, Birmingham.
[Radio 2]
1st Jun '71
18th Sep '71
*Weill:
Zu Potsdam unter den Eichen (first UK perf), Das kleine Mahagonny
Mary Thomas, Gloria Jennings, Philip Langridge, Ian Partridge, Alan Opie, Raimund Herincx, James Laurenson (speaker), London Sinfonietta Chorus, Music Theatre Ensemble, conducted by Alexander Goehr
Recorded at Maida Vale
13th Jun '71 Purcell, Britten, Delius, Bridge:
Songs
Accompanied by Wilfrid Parry, piano.
Recorded at Maida Vale
19th Jun '71 JS Bach:
Mass in B minor
Angela Beale, Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
20th Jun '71
[TV]
Music Now
Andrjez Panufnik: Universal Prayer
April Cantelo, Helen Watts, Ian Partridge, Roger Stalman, Louis Halsey Singers, Westminster Chorus, conducted by Leopold Stokowski.
Recorded at St Mary's, Twickenham [BBC]
2nd Aug '71
3rd Jan '72
*Schumann:
Liederkreis
Schubert:
Liebesbotschaft, Ihr Bild, Das Fischermädchen, Ganymed
with Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Maida Vale
[Broadcast available on CD]
20th Aug '71 (7.30pm);
Live
Monteverdi:
Motets
James Bowman, Martyn Hill, Wynford Evans, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Christopher Keyte, directed by David Munrow.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
8th Sep '71 (7.30pm);
Live
Purcell:
The Fairey Queen
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
10th Sep '71 A Scarlatti:
Vespro di Santa Cecilia
Accademia Monteverdiana, conducted by Denis Stevens.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
13th Oct '71;
Live
*Lecture Recital
by Hugh Wood. Subject: Schubert songs.
8 songs included (Standchen, Abendstern, Einsamkeit, Erster Verlust, Dass sie hier gewesen, Im Fruhling, Nachtviolen, Die Sterne)
with Jennifer Partridge (piano)
Relay from Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
14th Oct '71 Britten:
Serenade
Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis. Recorded at Studio 1, Glasgow
20th Nov '71 Handel:
Acis and Galatea
Felicity Palmer, Ian Partridge, John Elwes, Owen Brannigan, David Munrow (recorder), Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord and organ), Louis Halsey Singers, London Bach Orchestra, conducted by Louis Halsey.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
26th Nov '71 Couperin:
Salve Regina
Recorded at St George the Martyr
7th Dec '71 Fauré:
La bonne chanson, Duparc
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
13th Dec '71 (7.30pm);
Live
*Stravinsky: Cantata on Old English Texts
JS Bach: Cantata 67
Meriel Dickinson, Ian Partridge, Brian Rayner Cook, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis
Relay of concert at St John's, Smith Square
26th Jan '72 (8.25pm);
Live
Stravinsky:
Le Rossignol
Elizabeth Harwood, Anne Howells, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Norman Bailey, Gillian Knight, Joseph Rouleau, Marian Dodd, Ameral Gunson, Gareth Roberts, Roy Gregory, Leslie Fry, BBC Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez.
Relay of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
11th Feb '72
4th Apr '72
*Interview
by Celia Irving
?
21st Feb '72
20th Mar '72
*Double Exposure.
Accompanied self on piano.
Schubert: An Sylvia, Das Fischermädchen, Nacht und Traume, Der Musensohn.
Brahms: Auf dem Kirchhofe, Komm bald!, Alte Liebe, Der Gang zum Liebchen, Schon war, das ich dir Weihte, O liebliche Wangen
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
18th Mar '72 JS Bach:
St Matthew Passion (Evangelist)
Ian Partridge, John Noble, Elly Ameling, Janet Baker, Neil Jenkins, John Barrow, London Bach Society, Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recording of concert at Priory Church of St Bartholomew the Great
18th Apr '72 The Art of Dietrich Fischer Dieskau.
Presented
Recorded at Broadcasting House
[World Service]
25th Apr '72 Schütz London Bach Society, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recorded at St Giles', Cripplegate
1st May '72
25th Jul '72
*Vaughan Williams:
On Wenlock Edge,
3 Shakespeare songs, 2 folk songs
Nash Ensemble
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
10th May '72 Haydn:
Mass 6 in C minor
BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bernard Keeffe.
Recorded at Houldsworth Hall, Manchester
20th/21st May '72 Shostakovich
The Nose
Recorded at Milton Hall, Deansgate, Manchester
26th May '72 JS Bach:
Magnificat in D
Sheila Armstrong, Maureen Lehane, James Bowman, Charles Brett, Ian Partridge, John Shirley-Quirk, Christopher Hogwood, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Schola Cantorum of Oxford, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, conducted by Neville Marriner.
Opening concert of the 1972 Bath Festival, at Bath Abbey
17th Jun '72 Handel:
Dixit Dominus,
Cruft, Dodgson
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
23rd Jun '72
7th Jan '73
*Lully:
Armide (as Chevalier Danois and Amant Fortune)
Anne Pashley, Teresa Cahill, Patricia Clark, Ian Partridge, Leslie Fyson, Stafford Dean, John Noble, Robert Bowman, Alexander Young, Bernard Dickerson, Nigel Wickens, BBC Chorus, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Lionel Salter.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
1st Aug '72 (7.30pm);
Live
A Scarlatti:
Magnificat
Patricia Clark, Ursula Connors, Shirley Minty, Ian Partridge, John Noble, Accademia Monteverdiana, conducted by Denis Stevens.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
12th Aug '72 Schütz, Monteverdi Peter Pears, Ian Partridge, The Heinrich Schütz Choir, directed by Roger Norrington.
Recorded at The Maltings, Snape
25th Aug '72 (7.30pm);
Live
Stravinsky:
Le Rossignol
Edda Moser, Anne Howells, Gillian Knight, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Robert Lloyd, Norman Bailey, BBC Chorus, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
7th Sep '72 (7.30pm);
Live
Tallis, Schütz London Bach Orchestra, Martindale Sidwell Choir, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
25th Sep '72 England's Pleasant Land - Song Recital:
John Raynor (first broadcast performances of "Go, songs", Bredon Hill, Awakening, Love Me Again, Down by the River), Ireland (The Land of Lost Content), Bliss
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
13th Oct '72 England's Pleasant Land.
Vaughan Williams: Merciless Beauty,
Gurney: Ludlow and Teme
Wissema String Quartet.
Recorded at Milton Hall, Manchester
18th Oct '72 Cross Section - 1879.
Franck: Le Vose Brise,
Busoni: Album vocale op 30
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at St John's, Smith Square
20th Nov '72 (1.05pm); Live *Vaughan Williams:
Four hymns for tenor, string quartet and piano
with Nona Liddell (vln), Marilyn Taylor (vln), Jean Stewart (cello), Bernard Richards (cello), Bernard Roberts (piano)
Relay from St John's, Smith Square
15th Dec '72 JS Bach:
Christmas Oratorio
Felicity Palmer, Alfreda Hodgson, Alexander Young, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Prudence Lloyd, The London Bach Orchestra, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Recording of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
29th Jan '73
5th Feb '73
*Priaulx Rainier
70th Birthday Programme
Humphrey Searle (speaker), Janet Craxton (oboe), Ian Partridge, Timothy Walker (guitar)
Recorded at Maida Vale
1st Feb '73 Orpheus Britannicus
Britten:
Les Illuminations
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
Recorded at Studio 1, Glasgow
8th Feb '73 Recital.
Schumann: Dichterliebe,
plus songs by Purcell, Fauré, Britten, Quilter, Ireland, Bush
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recording of concert at Reading University
21st Mar '73 British Song Recital: Elizabethan Poets
Purcell, Quilter, Warlock
Accompanied by Wilfrid Parry, piano.
Recorded at Maida Vale
22nd Mar '73
24th Dec '73
*Summertime on Bredon
A Portrait of Ralph Vaughan Williams
Ian Partridge, Felicity Palmer, Hugh Bean, Oriel Sutherland, Roger Vignoles, Gabriel Woolf, Patricia Hughes, Robin Holmes
26th Mar '73 Schubert:
Mass in E flat
Recorded at Maida Vale
4th Apr '73 Britten:
Cantata Misericordium, Cantata Academica
BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by John Poole.
Recorded at Maida Vale
[Exchange Concert - Hilversum]
1st Jun '73
12th May '74
*Handel: Let God Arise,
JS Bach: Cantata 147
Wendy Eathorne, Ian Partridge, Richard Hickox Singers and Orchestra, conducted by Richard Hickox
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
16th Jun '73 Dodgson: Te Deum (first performance),
Haydn: Nelson Mass
Felicity Palmer, Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, Christopher Keyte, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
30th Aug '73 (7.30pm);
Live
Monteverdi:
Vespers
Jill Gomez, Felicity Palmer, Charles Brett, Robert Tear, Philip Langridge, Ian Partridge, Richard Salter, Michael Rippon, David Munrow Recorder Consort, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Monteverdi Choir, Monteverdi Orchestra, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner.
Relay of Promenade Concert at Westminster Cathedral
2nd Sep '73 (am);
Live
Your Concert Choice
Interviewed by Antony Hopkins.
Subject: Gérard Souzay - Fauré Songs
[conversation on telephone]
11th Sep '73 (7.30pm);
Live
JS Bach:
St John Passion (tenor arias)
Robert Tear, John Carol Case, Felicity Palmer, Helen Watts, Ian Partridge, Brian Rayner Cook, BBC Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis.
Relay of Promenade Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
14th Oct '73 A Shropshire Lad Sequence:
Moeran, Warlock
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Birmingham
31st Oct '73 (6.30pm);
Live
Schubert:
Mass in A flat
Relay from St John's, Smith Square
[BBC Symphony Orchestra Season 1973-74]
30th Nov '73
4th Aug '74
*Handel:
Chandos Anthems: O Be Joyful in the Lord, I Will Magnify Thee
James Bowman, Nigel Wickens, instrumental ensemble, Basil Lam.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
6th Feb '74 Fauré: Songs Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Maida Vale
14th Mar '74 Schumann:
Liederkreis op 39,
Fauré, Britten
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recording of concert at High Wycombe
23rd Mar '74 Handel:
Brockes Passion (Evangelist)
Ian Partridge, John Noble, Hazel Holt, Margaret Field, Shelagh Molyneux, Timothy Penrose, Christopher Brown, Neil Jenkins, Colin Wheatley, London Bach Society, Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
18th Jun '74 Italian Duets.
Carissimi, Lotti
James Bowman.
Recorded at St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street
20th Jun '74 A Sensibility to Music.
Songs and piano music written out by Jane Austen
With Norma Burrowes (soprano) Lionel Salter (piano).
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
22nd Jun '74 Stephen Dodgson:
Te Deum
Norma Burrowes, Ian Partridge, David Thomas, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
29th Jun '74 (7.30pm);
Live
*Handel:
Solomon
Norma Burrowes, Sally le Sage, April Cantelo, Margaret Cable, John Angelo Messana, Ian Partridge, David Thomas, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Relay of concert at St George's, Hanover Square
29th Jul '74 Vaughan Williams:
Ten Blake Songs
Janet Craxton (oboe).
Promenade concert at St Augustine's, Kilburn
24th Sep '74;
27th Oct '74
*The Bacchae of Euripides (Dionysus)
Music by Anthony Bernard
Gabriel Woolf, Ian Partridge, Geoffrey Collins, Marjorie Westbury, Carleton Hobbs, Norman Shelley, Malcolm Hayes, Hector Ross, Stephen Murray, Haydn Jones, Mary Wimbush, BBC Singers, Philomusica of London, conducted by Rae Jenkins
Recorded at Studio 6A, Broadcasting House.
[Drama Department]
10th Oct '74;
Live
Schumann: Dichterliebe,
Finzi: O fair to see
Jennifer Partridge (piano)
13th Nov '74
Live
*Berlioz:
Romeo and Juliet
Helen Watts, Ian Partridge, Jules Bastin, BBC Singers, BBC Choral Society, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez.
Relay of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
19th Nov '74 Geoffrey Bush:
Summer Serenade
Ian Partridge, Sinfonia Chorus, Keith Swallow (piano), Northern Sinfonia, conducted by Christopher Seaman.
Recording of concert at Gosforth Civic Hall
29th Nov '74 (8pm);
Live
JS Bach:
Christmas Oratorio
Felicity Palmer, Alfreda Hodgson, Alexander Young, Ian Partridge, John Carol Case, Prudence Lloyd, London Bach Orchestra, conducted by Martindale Sidwell.
Relay of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
23rd Dec '74 A Peter Warlock Merry-Go-Down Jennifer Partridge, etc.
Recorded at Maida Vale
4th Feb '75 (7.30pm);
Live
Celebrity Recital:
Purcell, Schubert, Duparc, Finzi, Holst
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Relay from Studio 1, Birmingham
13th Feb '75 Satie:
Socrate
London Sinfonietta, Lionel Friend.
Recording of Invitation Concert at Liverpool University
12th Mar '75 Schubert:
Mass in G
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Colin Davis.
BBC Symphony Orchestra Season 1974-75.
Deferred relay from St John's, Smith Square
16th Mar '75 JS Bach:
St Matthew Passion (tenor arias)
Robert Tear, John Carol Case, Norma Burrowes, Janet Baker, Ian Partridge, John Shirley-Quirk, Philip Ledger (harpsichord), Richard Popplewell (organ), Thames Chamber Orchestra, The Bach Choir, conducted by David Willcocks Relay of concert at the Royal Festival Hall
5th Apr '75 Recital.
Purcell, Britten (Michelangelo Sonnets), Schubert, Holst
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recording of concert at Elmwood Hall, Belfast.
[Concert Club]
9th Apr '75 Schumann:
Der Rose Pilgerfahrt
Jill Gomez, Alfreda Hodgson, Ian Partridge, Gwynne Howell, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Boulez.
BBC Symphony Orchestra Season 1974-75.
Deferred relay from St John's, Smith Square
24th Apr '75 13th Century Motets Kevin Smith, Ian Partridge, John Elwes, Nigel Wickens, Mary Remnant.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
25th Apr '75;
27th Apr '75 (10.30am)
Music Weekly.
Prepared and presented illustrated book review of Gerald Moore's book on Schubert's song cycles
[Talks]
18th Jun '75 Notre Dame School Recorded at St Anne and St Agnes, Gresham Street
22nd Nov '75 JS Bach:
Cantatas 26, 60 and 140
Margaret Field, Alfreda Hodgson, Ian Partridge, Brian Rayner Cook, London Bach Society, Steinitz Bach Players, conducted by Paul Steinitz.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
13th Dec '75;
20th Dec '75 (10.25am)
JS Bach:
Cantata 191
Jennifer Smith, Ian Partridge, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Raymond Leppard.
Recording of a Robert Mayer Concert at the Royal Festival Hall
23rd Feb '76 Britten:
Serenade
Michael Thompson (horn), Academy of the BBC, conducted by Norman Del Mar.
Recorded at Victoria Rooms, Bristol
2nd Mar '76;
24th Mar '76
Song Recital.
Humphrey Searle: Two Songs op. 9,
CW Orr: 5 Songs from "A Shropshire Lad",
Britten: Who Are These Children?
Jennifer Partridge (piano).
Recorded at Pebble Mill
15th Apr '76 Peter Warlock:
Corpus Christi, My Lady is a Pretty One
Gabrieli String Quartet.
Recorded at Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
9th May '76
9th January '77 [TV]
ABC of Music:
L for Lieder

Sang Schubert: "Der Neugierige", "Die Wetterfahne" and "An Die Laute"
Presenter and accompanist:
Professor Ivor Keys.
[BBC1]
10th Jun '76
2nd Jan '77
Rubbra:
Crucifixus pro nobis
Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recorded at Maida Vale
12th Jun '76 Haydn:
Mass no 7 in C (Paukenmesse)
Kathleen Livingstone, Nancy Long, Ian Partridge, David Thomas, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
3rd Jul '76;
5th Jul '76
Handel:
Susanna
Felicity Palmer, Nancy Long, Paul Esswood, Ian Partridge, Don Garrard, David Thomas, Tilford Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Denys Darlow.
Recording of concert at St George's, Hanover Square
6th Jul '76;
8th Aug '76
Melodies For You Recorded at Maida Vale.
[Radio 2]
27th Oct '76;
Dec '76 (ITV),
repeated:
1977 (ITV),
1986 (Ch 4),
1989 (Thames)
Britten:
St Nicolas (title role)
Production won Prix Italia
St Nicolas
Recorded at St Albans Cathedral
[Thames Television Production]

More broadcasts: 1977-2004

Broadcasts from the 1960s and 1970s that definitely exist in the BBC Archives are marked *

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* Groups:
List excludes early broadcasts (from 1959) as part of groups [Ambrosian Singers, John Alldis Choir, Purcell Singers, Jacobean Singers, Pro Musica Sacra, Schola Polyphonica, Renaissance Singers, Elizabethan Madrigal Ensemble, Well Tempered Singers, Baccholian Singers, Purcell Consort of Voices, etc].