Offenbach Overture: Orpheus in the Underworld: CITY OF
BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by louis fremaux
8.15* Auber. orch Gamley Cello Concerto No 1, in A minor JASCHA SILBERSTEIN
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
8.32* . Lanner Waltz: Die Schonbrunner: JOHANN STRAUSS
ORCHESTRA OF VIENNA conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
8.40* Wolf-Ferrari Intermezzo. Act 3 (The Jewels of the Madonna)
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
8.44* Thea Musgrave Excur sions
RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT and the COMPOSER (piano duet)
8.52* Poulenc. Two Marches and an Intermezzo
THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES PRETRE gramophone records
Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Verdi's Falstalf, by RICHARD OSBORNE
Artist of the Month: George Malcolm , by MICHAEL BERKELEY Bohm's Beethoven Nine:
Including the first scene from Verdi's Falstaff, in the version recommended by Richard Osborne in Record Review this morning, and Beethoven's Symphony No 5. in c minor With the VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by KARL BOHM
A series featuring live performances of chamber music Gabriel! String Quartet from the BBC's Maida Vale Studios in London
Haydn Quartet in D major, Op 71 No 2
Brahms. Quartet in A minor, Op 51 No 2
JOHN MCINULTY ( cello)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader SYDNEY HUMPHREYS conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN Part 1
Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
12.23* Boellmann Symphonic Variations, for cello and orchestra
12.36* Tchaikovsky Suite: Nut-cracker
Part 2 Rachmaninov
Symphony No 1, in d minor
Dilys Powell ,' author, broadcaster and film critic, presents a personal choice of gramophone records which have played a significant part in her life.
THE JOHANN STRAUSS ORCHESTRA OF VIENNA. conducted by WALTER GOLDSCHMIDT plays polkas, galops and waltzes by the Strauss family
(Recording made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
Chopin Scherzo in E major, Op 54: Mazurka in f minor. Op 7 No 3; Polonaise in A flat major. Op 53
Mendelssohn Variations séri. euses. Op 54
Liszt Liebestraum No 3, in A flat major; Hungarian Rhapsody No 12, in c sharp minor
Introduced by PETER CLAYTON
A weekly survey of the world of music bv the artists and personalities who create it Introduced by John Amis Production assistant SALLY GROVES.
Producer DENYS GUEROULT
The second of four programmes in which
Jerrold Northrop Moore talks about some unusual records of special interest for their musical performances.
This week. he plays records of VaughanWilliams's songs sung by JOHN COATES and GERVASE ELWES , the composer's contemporaries and friends
recorded the fascinating story of Dr Murke's Collection of Silences - a day in the life of an eccentric radio producer-written by HEINRICH BÖLL and translated by RICHARD GRAVES
Symphony: Harold in Italy IGOR OISTRAKH I viola)
VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by DAVID OLSTRAKH
(Recording from the 1972 Vienna Festival made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
Arguments that challenge current orthodoxies
Down with the Experts!
An irreverent look at science and its experts by Brian J. Ford author of Non-science followed by an interlude
Opera in three acts
Libretto by VINCENZ CERVINKY after OSTROVSKY's drama The Storm
Music by Janacek (sung in Czech) direct from the Theatre Royal, Wexford in association with RTF.
WEXFORD FESTIVAL CHORUS chorus-master PETER ROBINSON
RADIO TEI.EFIS EIREANN
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR NACHSTERN conducted by ALBERT ROSEN Producer DAVID POUNTNEY
Act 1 Sc 1: Outside the Kabanov house on the banks of the Volga, Sunday afternoon: Sc 2: A room in the Kabanov house. later that afternoon
9.5* Vilem Tausky talks about Janacek.
9.15' Katya Kabanova
Act 2 Sc 1: The living room of the Kabanov house, the same evening: Sc 2: An open space near the Kabanov garden, later that night
9.45* Why I Love Wexford
JOHN JULIUS NORWICH has been to the Wexford Festival ten times in the past 11 years - ' I have every intention of keeping my annual date with it until one or other of us drops dead.' 1(1.5 Katya Kabanova
Act 3 Sc 1: A ruined house by the river, Sunday afternoon, a fortnight later; Sc 2: A lonely spot on the river bank, the same evening
Arnold Beichman discusses his book Nine Lies About America With IAN MCINTYRE.
' My theme has not been the " greening " but rather the lynching of America,' says Mr Beichman of his study of the way he believes that life in the United States has been consistently misrepresented by a great many of his fellow intellectuals. In tonight's conversation he talks about why he wrote the book and the extent to which its charges are applicable outside America.
Sonata in F sharp minor, Op 11: RADU LUPU (piano)
(Recording from the 1972 Bergen International Festival made available by courtesy of Norwegian Radio)