Handel Concerto Grosso In G, Op 3 NO 3: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, Conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER.
7.16* J. C. Bach Quartet in c, for two flutes, violin and cello JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL , EUGENIA ZUKERMAN , PINCHAS ZUKERMAN , CHARLES TUNNELL
7.28* Haydn Symphony No 104. in D (London): ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM : records
To mark the Third Programme's 30th Anniversary, the programmes this week include works specially commissioned by the BBC in the past.
WaltonCoronationMarch: Crown Imperial: ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES
8.12* Hindemith Trauermusik (Music of mourning, written upon the death of King George v): CECIL ARONOWITZ (viola) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
8.20' Tippett Suite in D (Birthday Suite for Prince Charles) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
8.36* Ireland These things shall be: JOHN CAROL CASE (baritone), LONDON PHILHARMONIC choir AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT : records
1 How rich in suggestion the folk song may be to a well-equipped and sympathetic musician.' The week's programmes concentrate on Vaughan Williams 's own fulfilment of that prophecy.
English Folk Songs Suite EASTMAN WIND ENSEMBLE conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL
1.16° Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus: JACQUES ORCHESTRA conductedbydavidwillcocks
9.28* Symphonic Impression: In the Fen Country: NEW PHIL-HARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT : records
Thirteenth in a series. G minor, Op 49 No 1; c minor, Op 10 No 1: ANDRE TCHAIKOWSKY A flat, Op 110: PETER FRANKL
Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 3 No 2
Cantata: Apollo e
Dafne NORMA BURROWES (Soprano) johnShirley-quirk(baritone) RICHARD HICKOX ORCHESTRA leader JOHN HOLLOWAY
(harpsichord continuo) conductor RICHARD HICKOX
Michael Isador (piano)
Leclair Sonata in D, Op 9 No 3 Bach Sonata in G minor, for violin (bwv 1001)
Part 2: Brahms Scherzb in C minor (fae Sonata) Ponce Sonata breve Franck Sonata in A
(Hungarian Radio recording)
Cosimo I married Eleonora of Toledo in 1539, amid the most extravagant celebrations. The music survives for their reception at the city gate, for the entertainment at the wedding breakfast in the Medici Palace, and for the Intermedii to a comedy, performed there the following day.
LeoMcKernreadsfromthe published account by pier-FRANCESCO GIAMBULLARI , which gave every detail of setting, of costume, and instrumentation. Music performed by MUSIC" RESERVATA Artistic director MICHAEL MORROW
MUSICA RESERVATA CHOIR directed by ANDREW PARROTT (tenor, harpsichord)
Script by GEOFFREY HINDLEY
Research by GEOFFREY HINDLEY and MICHAEL MORROW
Part of a recital given at the Royal College of Organists.
Noël Tredinnick Brief Encounters ifirst b'casl performance) C. P. E. Bach Fantasia and Fugue in c minor
Joubert Prelude on the tune • Picardy '
Liszt Variations on Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen. Zagen Arthur Wills Elevation
Seth Bingham Fantasy in c HerbertHowellsA'Chosen' Tune; Paean
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conductor ERIC WETHERELL
CAMBRIDGE HEATH SALVATION ARMY BAND, conductor ROY TERRY
Atarah Ben-Toylm explores the world of musical instruments in the classics, pop, rock and jazz. Each week she talks to children who are learning an instrument. Children who would like to take part in the programme. please write to: Atarah's Music Box, BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1WW.
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by FRANK SHIPWAY and JOHN PRYCE JONES
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conductor ERIC wetherell with artists on records
Home and Family
6. 34 Children and Books
3: Reading Without Tears
AIDAN CHAMBERS with ELAINE MOSS and children's illustrator QUEN-TIN BLAKE and Englifiti teacher DAVID KENNERLEY.
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ei.i GOREN conducted by Sir Adrian Boult Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5, in D major
A series of seven programmes that examines the psychological development of the child during the first year of life.
Presented by Dr Martin Bax of the Thomas Coram Research Unit of London University 1: Is Separation Damaging
In 1946 John Bowlby argued that the separation of a child from its mother was among the foremost causes of later delinquent behaviour. Thirty years on, can we specify what a child needs to ensure it grows up into adequate and mature adulthood.
Contributors include: DR JOHN BOWI. BY, PROFESSOR MICHAEL RUTTER , PROFESSOR ROBERT UlNDE and DR DAVID HARVEY
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader EDWIN PALING conductors ALEXANDER GIBSON and ELGAR HOWARTH
ALAN HACKER (clarinet)
RONALD STEVENSON (piano)
George Newson Symphony No. 2: Even To the Edge of Doom
Harrison Birtwistle Melancholia 1 for clarinet and strings
For to End Yet Again
Read by Patrick Magee
A reading of Samuel Beckett 's latest short prose text. translated from the French by the author. This broadcast is the first publication of this text in English, which is to appear in book form towards the end of October. Producer
Morton Feldman Orchestra
David Dorward Piano Concerto (All the works are receiving their first performances)
Introduced by CIURL" rox