BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by RAFAEL KUDELIK gramophone records
Played by ALBERT FERBER (piano)
Pavane pour une infante defunte
Miroirs Noctuelles ; Olseaux tristes Une barque sur l'océan Alborada del gracioso La vallee des cloches
ALAN HACKER (clarinet)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader, Tom Rowlette
Conducted by GRAHAM TREACHER
Tuesday Brahms Sonata series
ESTHER GLAZER (violin)
ERNEST LUSH (piano)
DAPHNE DOWN (clarinet) DAVID Gwilt (piano)
ESTHER FISHER (piano)
BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA Leader, Colin Staveley
Conductor, JOHN CAREWE
CHRISTOPHER GRIER looks at some non-broadcast musical events taking place in the North during the next seven days
Please send information about forth. coming events to: Concert Calendar. BBC, Broadcasting House, London. W.I.
Given before an invited audience at the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House. Llandaff, Cardiff
0 A gramophone record of excerpts from the zarzuela by Pablo Luna. with TERESA TOURNE , RENATO CESARI , LUIS FRUTOS, and SEGUNDO GARCIA THE MADRID SINGERS and the MADRID CONCERTS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by PABLO SOROZABAL
Conducted by GIJSBERT NIEUWLAND with HENK SMIT (baritone)
Recording made available by courtesy of Netherlands Radio Union
Conductor, LEONARD HIRSCH
A series of concerts given before invited audiences throughout the country
The Town Hall, Montrose from the 1966 Montrose Festival
Anthony Halstead (horn) Bernard Sumner (piano)
Dartington String Quartet Colin Sauer (violin) Peter Carter (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
A series of illustrated conversations introduced by JOHN Amis
Herbert von Karajan
0 Gramophone records of music by Verdi, Rossini, Giordano Leoncavallo , Puccini and Ponchielli with ANNA MOFFO (soprano) JON VICKERS (tenor) and the ROME OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA conducted by TULLIO SERAFIN
A series of six programmes
4: South and South-East Asia: the laboratory of escalation by PROFESSOR HUGH TINKER of the University of London School of Oriental and African Studies
How far are the contemporary disputes in South and South-East Asia caused by local quarrels and how far do they reflect wider conflicts? Can the United States, having staked its prestige on a military victory in Vietnam, emerge from the war without employing the full force of its military technology? These are two of the questions which Professor Tinker will be considering in this programme.
Produced by Adrian Johnson
A series of six programmes
4: The way it is
Poetry recording moments of war
Speaker, VERNON SCANNELL with a contribution by PETER PORTER
Poems read by GARY WATSON
Produced by Edith R. Baer
Study Notes for ' An Age of Conflict ' are available. An accompanying exhibition is being held at the Imperial War Museum. Lam-beth Road. London. S.E.I.
Six Lectures by Sir Isaiah Berlin given at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, sponsored by the Bolligen Foundation
4: The Restrained Romantics
' The nature of things," said Rousseau once, " the nature of things does not lead to madness, only ill will does." This is probably true for the majority of mankind, but there were certain Germans in the eighteenth century of whom this is plainly false. They are maddened not only by the ill will of persons but by the nature of things.'
From among these Germans who could be regarded as restrained Romantics, Professor Berlin discusses Immanuel Kant , Friedrich Schiller , and Johann Fichte.
Unbridled Romanticism: October 31
Celia ArieU (piano)
Societa Cameristica Italiana
Enzo Porta (violin)
Umberto Oliveti (violin) Tito Riccardi (viola) Halo Gomez (cello)
The second of three programmes of poems written by Alfred, Lord Tennyson in the dialect he had known in his youth in Lincolnshire
EDWARD CAMPION reads Owd Roa and The Village Wife tThe poems are introduced by HALLAM TENNYSON
Part 2 first performance in the Republic of Ireland and first broadcast in this country
Given before an invited audience in the Aula Maxima, University College, Cork, Republic of Ireland.
Applications for tickets should be sent to the Auditor of the Arts Society, University College, Cork.
Next concert: October 31, from the University of Hull: Spanish Renaissance music and works by Schumann, Peter Maxwell Davies, and John Cage.
by WALTER BERCMANN
1967 marks the bicentenary of Telemann's death, and by way of introduction to the forthcoming series of programmes devoted to his music, Walter Bergmann offers an assessment of his work.