Weber Overture: Oberon AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA. conducted by ANTAL DORATI
7.14* Honegger Concerto da camera: JOHN SOLUM (flute), ANTHONY CAMDEN (cor anglais)
ENGLISH SINFONIAORCIIESTRA conducted by NEVILLE DILKES
7.30* Schubert Impromptu in E flat (D 946 No 2)
ALFRED BRENDEL (piano) 7.40* Sibelius Karelia
Suite: BOSTON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA. conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS
8.5 Giuseppe Snmmartinl Concerto in F major
MICIIALA PETRI (recorder) ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-
THE-FIELDS directed by IONA BROWN
8.18* Johann Strauss Waltz: Roses from the South
ORCHESTRA. conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.28* Dvorak Sonatina in r. major. Op 100 JOSEF SUK (violin)
ALFRED IIOLECEK (piano)
8.49* Ives. orch William Schuman Variations on ' America '
LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by ZUBIN MEliTA : records
He has found, If not a complete renewal of piano music, at least a part of that which we hare long sought in vain, namely an abundance of original ideas to be found nowhere else ...
(FRANCOIS FÉTIS, 1832)
Introduction and Polonaise in c major. Op 3 MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICII (cello)
MARTHA ARGERICH (piano) Five Mazurkas. Op 7
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN (piano) Piano Trio in r, minor, Op 8: BEAUX ARTS TRIO gramophone records
conducted by GARY BERTINI ANTHONY and JOSEPH PARATORE (Two pianos)
Brahms Symphony No 3. in F
Bartok Concerto for two pianos, percussion and orchestra; Suite: The Miraculous Mandarin (North German Radio recording)
direct from St John 's Smith Square. London Vermeer Quartet
Shmuel Ashkenasl and Pierre Menard (violins) Bernard Zaslav (viola) Marc Johnson (cello)
Ilaydn Quartet in d. Op 20 No 4
Mendelssohn Quartet in A. Op 13
(Tickets £1.50, available from 11.0 am today, or in advance from the Box Office, tel [number removed])
(Repeated: Easter Day)
ULSTER ORCHESTRA leader Richard HOWARTH conducted by HOWARD WILLIAMS Joseph Horovitz
Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia
Wolf Italian Serenade ASHLEY MASON (SOlOiSt)
Larsson The Winter's Tale Bridge There is a willow Jacob Suite in F
BBC Northern Ireland
Concerto in A minor
KRYSTIAN ZIMERMAN (piano) BLRLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN Bruch Septet in E flat MEMBERS OF THE BERLIN PHILHARMONIC OCTET
Nielsen Symphony No 4 (The Inextinguishable) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCIIESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
4: Changes in the Countryside
* At first, no one could publish what famine and collectivisation were doing. Then peasants began creeping back into fiction as quaint survivors of an outmoded way of life. Gradually, touches of real life began breaking through. resulting in a new school of writers who are the pride of official publishers and admired by emigre writers like Solzhenitsyn.' Mary Seton-Watson . of the BBC's Russian
Service, with the last of her selections from stories and novels published in the many state-owned literary journals.
Readers GWEN WATFORD BENJAMIN WHITROW
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
The Passion and Death of Our Lord
Jesus Christ. according to St Luke.
MARY THOMAS (soprano) BRIAN RAYNER COOK (bar) MARIUS RINTZLER (bass) RAIMUND IIERINCX (narrator)
CHETHAM'S SCHOOL OF
MUSIC CHORUS chorus-master
STEPHEN PINNOCK HALLE CHOIR chorus-master
HALLE ORCHESTRA leader MARTIN MILNER conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD Part 1
When I began to write in South Africa, that very qualifying phrase, ' in South Africa ' didn't exist for me. In the writing sense I did not ' know that I was a white writing in a colour bar society. The poet and critic Tom Paulin considers the connection between public and private life, histories and stories, in the writings of Nadine Gordimer. with comments from the rovelist and readings from her work.
Reader EVA HADDON
Producer THOMAS SUTCLIFFE
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