Cimarosa Overture: I tract amanti
NEW PIIILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.10* Brahms Serena. de No 1, in D
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ gramophone records
Alessandro Scarlatti Concerto Grosso No 1, in F minor
SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA OF NAPLES conducted by nroRE GRACIS
8.17* Vivaldi Flute Concerto In f major. Op 10 No 5
JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL , LOUIS DI FROMENT CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
8.25* Leclair Sonata in G minor, for string orchestra
VERSAILLES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD WAHL
8.37* Bach Concerto in c major, for two harpsichords and strings
LEONHARDT ANNEKE UITTENBOSCH
LEONHARDT CONSORT gramophone records
Fantasia and Fugue on the chorale Ad nos, ad salutarem undam, from Meyerbeer's Le Prophete
DANIEL CHORZEMPA (Organ) gramophone record
1971 Commemoration Concert
FRENCH RADIO PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERTO BENZI Symphony No 3. in c minor
Symphonic Poems: Le rouet d'Omphale; Danse macabre
(Recording made available by courtesy of French Radio)
9: Later Ensembles
A programme of records showing some of the vocal and instrumental combinations used by classical composers and the more varied ones that can be heard nowadays.
PETER KATIN (piano)
BBC TRAINING ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE HURST Part 1
Beethoven Overture: Egmont
11.20* Hindemith Symphony: Mathis der Maler
11.50* During the Interval
Through Crisis Towards Maturity: HANS GÁL speaks about Brahms and his work as reflected In the first Piano Concerto
12.5* Concert: part 2
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1
(A public concert given in the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, in November 1971)
Amadeus String Quartet
Mozart Quartet in F (K 5901
Beethoven Quartet in r. Op 135 (The last in the present series of concerts from St John 's, Smith Square, London. Tickets 35p, obtainable at the door)
The first of 13 programmes of the music of J. C. Bach APRIL CANTELO (soprano)
ALFREDA HODGSON (contralto) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) COLIN WHEATLEY (bass) BBC NORTHERN SINGERS
KEITH ELCOMBE (organ continuo) NORTHERN SINFONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER Part 1: Dixit Dominus
2.50' During the Interval
ERNEST WARBURTON talks about a lesser-known aspect of Johann Christian Bach 's work, bis Latin church music.
3.5' J. C. Bach: part 2 Tantum Ergo in F
(All these works are receiving their first performances in modern times)
(A concert given In York University on 8 January)
CARMEL KAINE (violin)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Szymanowski Mythes , Op 30
Ysaye Sonata in i minor. Op 27 No 4, for violin
Excerpts from Don Pasquale Music by Donizetti Libretto by SALVATORE CAMMARANO (sung in Italian)
GRAZIELIA SCIUTTI (soprano) FERNANDO CORENA (bass) JUAN ONCINA (tenor) TOM KRAUSE (bass)
VIENNA OPERA CHORUS
AND ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESI gramophone records
THE LUTON BAND conducted by ALBERT coupe , MBE Maurice Johnstone The County Palatine
Bantock Prometheus Unbound Cyril Jenkins Life Divine
Concert Calendar goes off the air this week after a run of eight years, and is introduced by the originator of the programme, John Manduell.
Today he looks at musical events in London and the South East during the coming weekend.
6.30 Introduction to Arabic Programme 13 introduced by BAHA ESSAlD , with NADIA TAWFIQ and AKRAM SALIH Written by T. F. MITCHELL and D. BARBER
Producer GEOFFREY BRAITHWAITE (Repeated: Sat, 10.30 am, R4)
(Book and record from BBC Pubs by post £1.80: see p 54)
7.0 Choosing the President The Party Conventions
Second of three programmes on the role of the National Party Conventions in the American Presidential Elections.
Presented by RAYMOND BARKER. Lecturer in Politics at the University of Bradford.
(Repeated: Thursday, 7.0 pm)
leader ELI GOREN conducted by BORIS BROTT
Mozart Symphony No 15, in r major (k 124)
Ravel Le tombeau de Couperin Bartok Divertimento for string orchestra
Ravel Le Tombeau
A recital of music from the English Bach Festival 1972 recorded in the Royal Festival Hall. London, on 5 May GERARD FREMY (piano) ROGER WOODWARD ,
JERZY ROMANIUK (piano duo)
JEAN-PIERRE DROUET (percussion) RARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN (electronics)
Part 1: Piano Piece ix
8.44* Zyklus, for percussion
8.59* Interval: piano duo for four hands (first performance)
ALANBROWNJOHN introduces and reads, with FRANCES HOROVITZ and HUGH DICKSON , a group of his own poems in which ' living figures with invented full names are engaged in a kind of continuing drama.'
Producer GEORGE MACBETH
Part 2: Kontakte, for piano, percussion and electronics
Most Western and Eastern societies, under whatever form of government, are vertically organised. In political institutions, industry, trades unions and the arts power is disseminated downwards. Is the ' tree still the best form of organisation for our time?
Scholars in different fields of research are questioning this.
1: Man the Double Animal by Dr Jonathan Miller , Research Fellow in the History of Medicine. University College, London
In 1905 Sir Henry Head , a consultant neurologist at the London Hospital, and W. H. R. Rivers , a psychiatrist and anthropologist, conducted a remarkable experiment.
Series producer LEONIE COHN (10 July: Prof Patrick Wall )
W. H. R.
Sergei Rachmanlnov plays
Chopin's Piano Sonata in B flat minor