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Rossini Overture: n Signor Bruschino
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RICCARDO CHAII. LY
S. 9* Ponce Concierto del sur
JOHN WILLIAMS (guitar)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRE PREVIN
9.34* Meyerbeer, arr Lambert Ballet: Les Patineurs
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:'
Mozart's Oboe Quartet, by JOHN WARRACK ;
New choral and organ records reviewed by GORDON REYNOLDS.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Bach Chorales: Sehmucke dich, 0 liebe Seele (bwv 654); Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend (bwv 655): ALBAN SINGERS
PETER HURFORD (organ) Messlaen Les corps glorieux, Nos 6 and 7 (Joie et clarte des corps glorieux: Le mystère de la Sainte-Trinite)
JENNIFER BATE (organ)
Bach Cantata No 134: Ein Herz , das seinen Jesum lebend weiss
JULIA HAMARI (contralto) kurt equiluz (tenor)
KANTOREl BARMEN-GEMARKE, GERMAN BACH SOLOISTS conducted by HELMUT WINSCHERMANN gramophone records
LEWIS MERTHYR BAND conductor NIGEL SEAMAN
Mervyn Bunch Overture: Pinocchio (first gerformance) eter Graham Dimensions: a symphonic study for brass band (first broadcast performance) Edward Gregson Essay for brass band BBC Walej
Seoirse Bodley is one of Ireland's leading composers. His Third
Symphony was recently premiered at the opening of Dublin's new Concert Hall. His personal choice of records includes several with an Irish flavour, as well as part of Finnegans Wake read by James Joyce himself.
Producer PIERS burton-page
Presented by Lionel Salter
East Meets West
The tenor NIGEL ROGERS describes how an encounter with a modern Indian singer threw new light on one of the more intractable problems of singing early Baroque music; with recorded examples by BHIMSEN joshi and NIGEL ROGERS.
NICHOLAS KENYON reviews ROBERT DONINGTON 'S recent book The Rise of Opera.
The fifth of the six
Florentine Intermedi of 1589:TheSavingof
Arion by the Dolphin
NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) with MUSICA RESERVATA director MICHAEL MORROW conducted by ANDREW PARROTT
Martin Dalby presents a choice of recent music broadcasts which have given him pleasure.
Producer WILLIAM ROBSON
Introduced by Peter Claytoa
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books broadcasting and the visual arts.
Michael Billington (in the Chair) talks with Margaret Drabble ,
Philip Oakes and Bryaa Robertson.
This week's subjects: Season's Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn at the Greenwich Theatre;
Paintings and sculpture by tire Dutch artist Ger Van Elk at the Serpentine Gallery;
The BBC2 serialisation of Iris Murdoch 's The Bell-
The Great Fire of London, a first novel by Peter Ackroyd ;
Lawrence Kasdan 's film
Body Heat, which stars William Hurt.
Producer pbjup French
GALENA STAMENOVA (violin) GORDON BACK (piano)
Prokofiev Sonata No 1, in r minor
Tchalkovsky Meditation, Op 42 No 1
A short story by BERNARD MACLAVERTY
' The Post Office could catch on. Even the Law. Or the taxman.' It's not against the law? ' ' I wouldn't be too sure.'
It's against the law the other way round but not the way we do it.'
Read by Dorcen Hepburn Producer ROBERT COOPER
BBC Northern Ireland
leader MALCOLM STEWART conductor DAVID ATHERTON with ALFREO BRENDEL (piano)
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2, in b flat
8-55* intervai Reading
9.0* Concert Part 2
Sibelius Symphony No 2, in D major
(A public concert
Promoted by the Royal
Liverpool Philharmonic Society in Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool on 13 October 1981)
Compiled and written by Sam Richards
A portrait of Robert Hard. 19th-century stonebreaker and singer in South Brent, Devon, whose songs were written down by that indefatigable collector, The Rev Sabine Baring-Gould. A portrait also of South Brent itself, as it is recollected by present-day people who remember earlier times.
Readers ERIC ALLAN and KENNETH SHANLCY with the voices of DAVID ASHFORD ,
HEATHER BELL and GEOFFREY SERLI Music arranged by SAM RICHARDS and sung by SAM RICHARDS
MARTIN SCRAGG and TISH STUBBS
Directed bv BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
The Russian pianist
LAZAR BERMAN plays the Sonata in b minor
Florent Schmitt Lied et Scherzo, Op 54
PIERRE DEL VESCOVO (horn) JEAN HUBEAU (piano) gramophone record