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Lalo Rapsodie norvÃ©gienne SUISSE ROMANCE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
8.17. Chabrier Scherzo-Valse ARTUR RUBINSTEIN (piano)
8.22. Mendelssohn Octet in E flat, Op 20 ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
Introduced by Paul Vaughan Building a Library: Messiaen's Quatuor pour la fin du temps, by ROGER NICHOLS. An interview with the conductor GEOFFREY SIMON , on his collection of Tchaikovsky orchestral rarities. That set and other new orchestral records reviewed by ROBERT HENDERSON. Producer ARTHUR Johnson
Faure Suite: Masques et bergamasques ' nicolai gedda (tenor) ALIX »OURBON VOCAL ENSEMBLE, TOULOUSE CAPITOLE ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHEL PLASSON Poulenc Flute Sonata JUDITH HALL (flute) JAN LATHAM-KOENIG (piano) gramophone records
The fourth of six children's concerts. direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London David Watkins (harp) Malcolm Hicks (harpsichord) Ian Brown (piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA dekany Introduced and conducted by Christopher Seaman Tippett First Movement of Concerto for double string orchestra J. C. Bach First movement of Symphony in D major for double orchestra, Op 18 No 3 Bartok Movements 2. 3 and 4 of Music for strings, percussion and celesta Giovanni Gabricli Canzon XIV (Canzoni e sonate,
1615); Canzon duo decani toni a 10 (Sacrae symphoniae, 1597) Frank Martin Second part of Petite symphonic concertante for harp, harpsichord, piano and double string orchestra until 11.15
FAIREY ENGINEERING WORKS BAND conductor GEOFFREY BRAND brand William Alwyn Overture: The Moor of Venice Derek Bourgeois Concerto No 1
BBC Manchester followed by an interlude
Presenter Lionel Salter Dufay's Secular Music The recent complete recording made by the MEDIEVAL ENSEMBLE OF London, reviewed by STEPHEN PETTI TT.
The Florentine lntermedi o/ 1589: The six lntermedi, originally broadcast in September 1979, are the main items in this and the next two programmes. ANDREW PARROTT conducts MUSICA RESERVATA
(director MICHAEL MORROW ) Intermedio 1: The
Harmony of the Spheres Intermedio 2: The
Singing Contest of the Muses and the Pierides
Clive Bennett presents a choice of recent music broadcasts which have given him pleasure.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Paul Bailey (in the Chair) talks with Michael Billington , Helen McNeil and Bryan Robertson.
In this edition: Francois Truffaut 's film The Woman Next Door;
James Joyce : .4 Touch of the Artist, a critical portrait by Craig Raine on Radio 3:
Art and Industry in the new Boiterhouse Project at the Victoria and Albert Museum;
Summer by Edward Bond at the National Theatre; Lectures on Russian
Literature by Vladimir Nabokov.
Producer PHILIP frlnch
CHRISTOPHER BOWERS bkoadbent (organ)
ROGER VIGNOLES, ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano duet) CHARLES FULLRROOK
(timpani and percussion) PETER HAMBURGER (percussion) conducted by JOHN pooi. e Paul Drayton Canticle of Bells (words by Thomas Traherne ) (first broadcast performance)
Julia Usher Season's End: four poems by Robert Frost , set for chorus. organ and percussion (first performance)
Gordon Crosse The Covenant of the Rainbow: Festival
Anthem for chorus. organ and piano duet (text from the Chester Miracle Play and the liturgy)
leader DENNIS SIMONS conductor
Nobuko Imai (viola) direct from the Civic Theatre, Halifax Part I
Berlioz Harold in Italy
Elected President of the United States of America four times,
Franklyn Delano Roosevelt was born into an upper-middle-class family 100 years ago today.
Professor David Adams , Director of the David Bruce Centre for
University of Keele, talks about how this upbringing, and Roosevelt's personality and philosophy shaped the decisions he had to make as President, first during the Depression and then during the war.
Part 2 Mendelssohn Symphony No 4, in A (Italian)
Respighi Pines of Rome
The Necessary Art Architecture is the most comprehensive of all visual arts and has a right to claim superiority over the others.'
Since the publication of the monumental
Buildings of England series, the name of SIR NIKOLAUS PEVSNER has become synonymous both with popular appreciation of architecture and its serious academic study. Stephen Games assesses the influence of this pioneering scholar on ourunderstandingof buildings as a daily pleasure and as an expression of our social values.
With contributions from his family, friends and colleagues.
Producer THOMAS SUTCLIFFE
Sonata in E minor, for violin and continuo (bwv 1023); Violin Sonata in G (Bwv 1019)
JOHN HOLLOWAY (violin)
CHARLES MEDLAM (baSS Viol) JOHN TOLL (harpsichord)
Rhapsody for clarinet and piano
ROGER FALLOWS (clarinet)
IAN BROWN (piano): record