The Shellac Show

Jeremy Nicholas returns with the popular series celebrating the age of 78rpm records.

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 03 January 199619960103

Producer: A. MUSSETT

Next in series: 04 January 1996

Previous in series: PROG 6

Broadcast history

03 Jan 1996 22:45-23:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-19.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 04 January 199619960104

Producer: A. MUSSETT

Next in series: 24 December 1996

Previous in series: 03 January 1996

Broadcast history

04 Jan 1996 22:45-23:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-19.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 519960101

Producer: A. MUSSETT

Next in series: PROG 6

Previous in series: PROGRAMME 4

Broadcast history

01 Jan 1996 22:45-23:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-02.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 619960102

Producer: A. MUSSETT

Next in series: 03 January 1996

Previous in series: PROG 5

Broadcast history

02 Jan 1996 22:45-23:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-02.

0119971223

In the first of six programmes, he introduces listeners' requests for Rimsky-Korsakov's overture to `Ivan the Terrible' conducted by Constant Lambert, and the Theme and Variations from Beethoven's Funeral Sonata played by pianist Frederic Lamond.

0219971224

Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for the finale of Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in C minor, played by Albert Sammons, Cedric Sharpe and William Murdoch; and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf singing Handel's `Sweet Bird'.

0319971225

Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Berlioz's `Shepherds' Farewell' sung by the Strasburg Cathedral Choir, and Turina's `Rapsodia sinfonica' played by Eileen Joyce.

0419971230

Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Elisabeth Schumann singing Bohm's `Still wie die Nacht' and Fritz Kreisler's piano performance of his own `Liebesleid' with his cellist brother Hugo.

0519971231

Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Louis Kentner playing Constant Lambert's arrangement of Liszt's Dante sonata, and the voices of Oscar Natzke and Malcolm McEachern.

06 LAST19980101

Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Lili Kraus playing Bartok, and Alfred Deller singing Dowland.