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Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, in B minor (Patnétique)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA gramophone records
BBC Music Guide: Tchaikovsky Symphonies and Concertos, 45p from bookshops
Listeners' record requests Holst A Fugal Overture
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
9.10* Mussorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
9.44* Mahler Um Mitternacht (Riickert Lieder)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar)
BERLIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL BÖHM
9.50* Strauss Symphonic Poem:' Also sprach Zarathustra
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by karl bohm
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Introduced by Michael Oliver
Erno Dohnanyi : a centenary tribute from his last pupil, BALINT VASZONYI.
A History of the Three Choirs Festival: by PETER SMITH.
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
Symphony No 6. in A minor BBC NOPTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by ANDREW ORTON conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD BBC Manchester
BBC Music Guide: Mahler Symphonies and Songs, by Philip Barford , 75p from bookshops
Mary Goldring , economist, reflects on some of the things we say and write and on the raw material we use to make them - words.
(Repeated: Wednesday 12 noon) Words, in which 14 well-known broadcasters examine some of the things we say and write,
13.25, from bookshops
International Amateur Choral Competition (3)
School Class: Match 1
Hungary: CHOIR OF THE No 6 PRIMARY SCHOOL, MISKOLC conductor JANOS REMENYI
Netherlands: ST MAARTEN'S
COLLEGE SCHOOL CHOIR conductor AD DE GROOT School Class: Match 2
Sweden: SCHOOL CLASS FROM ADOLF FREDRIK 'S MUSIC CLASSES conductor JAN-AKE HILLERUD
Canada: CENTENNIAL MEISTER-
SINGERS conductor NICKOLAUS KAETHLER
Bernard Keeffe introduces the choirs, summarises the adjudicators' comments and announces the results.
The international jurors are: CHARLES BEARDSALL , BBC (Chairman); WILFRIED BR'ENNECKE, West Germany; MRS MICHAL SMOIRA-COHN, Israel; NIKI VAS-KOLA, Finland; CHARLES DUPUIS , Canada; GEORGI MINCHEV , Bulgaria
(Let the Pe,oples Sing is organised by the BBC in association with the European Broadcasting Union)
given by COLIN HORSLEY
Medtner Idyille , Op 7 No 1; Gonte, Op 20 No 1; Conte, Op 34 No 2; Sonata in G minor, Op 22
Rachmaninov Four Preludes from Op 23 (Nos 1, 9, 10 and 2); Four Preludes: Op 32 No 5; Op 23 No 5; Op 32 No 10; Op 32 No 13
A second chance to hear a recital given by David Munrow (recorder) and George Malcolm (harpsichord) at the Victoria and Albert Museum. London, in September
Vivaldi Sonata No 6, in G minor (11 pastor ftdo)
Bach Four Duets, for harpsichord (bwv 802-805)
Handel Sonata in A minor. Op 1 No 4
3.5* Interval Reading
3.10* Concert Part 2
Rossi Toccata No 7, for harpsichord
Peter Dickinson Recorder Music
Vivaldi Sonata No 1, in c major (11 pastor fido)
(David Munrow in Virtuoso: Radio 4 Wednesday 10,30 pm)
direct from the Festspielhaus
Music drama in three acts by Wagner
Sailors, attendants to King
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF
THE BAYREUTH FESTIVAL chorus-master NORBERTBALATSCH conducted by HORST STEIN
The action takes place in Arthurian times.
Act 1: On board King Marke's ship returning to Cornwall
Sir Charles Tennyson recalls hiis visits td Bayreuth, the first of which took place before the present century.
I do not think that younger generations would tolerate a massive Briinnhilde smacking her equally massive horse smartly on the rump and flopping into the stage bonfire!
Sir Charles Tennyson , who was born on 8 November 1879, died on 22 June this year. This is a repeat of a talk he recorded last year.
Earlier this summer the Yale Center for British Art was officially inaugurated at New Haven, Connecticut, to house what was the world's largest private collection of English paintings, drawings and rare books until Paul MeUon presented it to his alma mater. But Louis Kahn 's innovatory building is more than an art gallery; it is an integral part of the university.
In this report Philip French talks about the nature of the Center and discusses its role with the American director, Edmund Pillsbury , and his two British assistants. Malcolm Cormack. Curator of Paintings. and Andrew Wilton. Curator of Prints and Drawings.
Act 2: In the garden of Marke's castle in Cornwall
The Royal School of Church Music celebrates this year the 50th anniversary of its foundation. Established to encourage and advise ' all who are concerned with the Church and its music to what extent have its aims been accepted and its ambitions realised?
With the help of those involved both inside and outside the organisation itself, Robert Prizeman traces the history of the School and assesses its influence on the standards of present-day music in worship. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Act 3: In the courtyard of Tristan's castle in Brittany
The Growth of the Novelist, 1897-1914
Lord Annan. Provost of University College, London, talks about the first volume of P. N. Furbank 's biography of E. M. Forster , which is published tomorrow, followed by an interlude
A recording of Part 2 of tonight's Promenade Concert from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Last of three Jubilee concerts BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
Elgar Symphony No 2, in E flat major
(Part 1 of this concert is live on Radio 4 at 7.30)
BBC Music Guide: Elgar Orchestral Music, by Michael Ken nedy, 50p from bookshops