Mozart Symphony in B flat major (K Anh 214)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL BOHM
Handel Sonata in D, Op 1 No 13 ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin) ROBERT VEYRON-LACROIX (harpsichord)
Michael Haydn Concerto In c MARIE-THERESE CHAILLEY (viola) MARIE-CLAIRE ALAIN (organ) JEAN-FRANCOIS PAILLARD
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN-FRANfOlS PAILLARD
Brahms Trio in E flat. Op 40 ITZHAK PERLMAN (violin) BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
8.32* Berwald Sinfonie capricieuse, in D major (1842) STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN gramophone record
A programme of recent records Bartok Divertimento ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-
IN-THE-FIELDs directed by NEVILLE MARRINER (violin)
10.12* Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5, in E flat major (Emperor)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
Finzi Song-cycle: Earth and air and rain 0
11.31' Bridge Quartet No 4 benjamin LUXON (baritone) DAVID WILLISON (piano)
AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader TOM ROWLETTE conductor JAMES LOUGHRAN
Weber Overture: Oberon
12.12* Hamilton Arias for Orchestra
12.26' Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2, in c minor
1.4 Purcell Chaconne in G minor
1.15* Sibelius Symphony No 2
Comic opera in three acts MUSiC by WOLF-FERRARI Libretto, after Goldoni. by LUIGI SUGANA
First broadcast in this country Sung in Italian: a recording from the Teatro La Fenice, Venice, made available by courtesy of Italian Radio
The action takes place in Venice during the 18th century Cast:
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CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE TEATRO LA FENICE, Venice conducted by OLIVIERO DE FABRITIIS
2.55* during the interval Albinoni Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2
HEINZ HOLLIGER (Oboe); I MUSICl gramophone record
3.10* Le Donne Curiose Acts 2 and 3
by Youra Guller
Beethoven Sonata in A flat major, Op 110
Chopin Barcarolle in F sharp minor
Brahms Intermezzo in 8 flat minor
Chopin Mazurkas: c sharp minor, Op 6 No 2; D flat. Op 30 No 3; c sharp minor, Op 50 No 3
Herefordshire Youth Orchestra conducted by JOHN RUSSELL with RAYMOND FARR (trumpet) Introduced by R. HENLEY JAMES Humperdinck Overture: Hansel and Gretel
Stanley Concerto No 3, in G major, for string orchestra
Haydn Trumpet Concerto In % flat major
Hoddinott Two Welsh Nursery Tunes
Mussorgsky , orch Ravel Promenade; The Gnome (Pictures from an Exhibition)
(Part of a concert in the Shire-hall, Hereford, last April)
ANDREW BYRNE looks at music in the West, Wales, and Scotland in the next seven days
10 programmes written and presented by PETER DONALDSON with GRAHAM TURNER
4: What went wrong with Planning'
Acceptance of Keynes' principles meant government management of the economy. Yet the last two national plans cannot be said to have succeeded
Including interviews with sir ROBERT SHONE , CBE, first Director-General of the National Economic Development Council, and its current Director-General, H. F. R. CATHERWOOD.
Produced by IAN GRIMBLE
H. F. R.
Stephen Walsh examines with Richard Rodney Bennett and Alan Hacker some features of contemporary music that make it hard to grasp.
An opera in three acts
Music by MALCOLM WILLIAMSON
Libretto by EDMUND TRACEY after the fairy play by Strindberg From the London Coliseum First broadcast performance
Christmas singers, servants, beggars, townspeople, penitents SADLER'S WELLS OPERA CHORUS chorus-master HAZEL VIVIENNE
SADLER'S WELLS OPERA ORCHESTRA leader HOWARD S. BALL conducted by JOHN BARKER Produced by JOHN COX
(Commissioned by Sadler's Wells Opera and first performed on 18 December 1969) Act 1 Scene 1 Christmas Eve in a church tower. Scene 2 By a brook in the forest
(Plenty to Enjoy: page 11)
MICHAEL MEYER , biographer of Ibsen and translator of both Ibsen and Strindberg, looks at Lucky Peter's Journey in the wider context of Strindberg's work. He discusses the circumstances in which it was written and some of the influences acting upon it.
Act 2 Scene 1 The banqueting hall in Peter's golden palace. Scene 2 A black forest, at night. Scene 3 A town square at early morning.
by ROBERT HENRYSON Reader IAN GILMOUR
Introduced by GEORGE BRUCE
A programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
DENIS ARNOLD , HOWARD FERGUSON , and STANLEY SADIE, under the chairmanship of ROGER FISKE discuss the interpretation of Bach's Goldberg Variations.
The artists whose records they discuss include Wanda Lan dowska, George Malcolm , and Sylvia Marlowe among the harpsichordists; Glenn Gould , Charles Rosen , and Rosalyn Tureck among the pianists,