Trio in E fiat major. Op 1 No 1 Trio in v major, Op 70 No 1 (The Ghost)
BEAUX ARTS TRIO ‡
Rossini Overture: William Tell
PHILADELPHIAORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY
9.18* Mozart Concerto in C, for flute, harp and orchestra (K 299): CLAUDE MONTEUX, OSIAN ELLIS , ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
9.46* Adam Bravura Variations on Ah. vous dirai-je, maman BEVERLY SILLS (soprano) PAULA ROBINSON (flute)
CHARLES WADSWORTH (piano)
9.54* Menotti Piano Concerto in F: EARL WILD
SYMPHONY OF THE AIR conducted by JORGE MESTER
10.29' Sibelius Symphony No 6, in D minor: NEW YORK
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN gramophone records
A concert broadcast direct from Leith Town Hall Edinburgh
Amadeusairing Quartet with Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Part 1 Mozart
Quartet in c major (K 465)
11.30* Festival Comment
The final programme, in which contributors drawn from among the critics, performers and personalities in Edinburgh during the past week talk about Festival issues and events.
Presenter ELAINE PADMORE
11.45* EIF Concert Part 2 Mozart
Quintet in G minor (K 516)
conducted by COLIN DAVIS in a programme including Stravinsky's Dumbarton Oaks Concerto and a Symphony by J. C. Bach gramophone records
Compiled and introduced by Peter Flinn
ARTHUR LIMA (piano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONYORCHESTRA conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN Haydn Overture: Lo speziale
1.30* Mozart Piano Concert* No 22, in E flat major (k 482)
Lord Soper introduces a personal choice of records which represent his wide-ranging taste in music. His choice includes an extract from the Russian liturgy, FATS WALLER at the piano, and music by Bach, Britten and Warlock.
An opera in seven scenes with words and music by Leonard Bernstein
One day in the life of an American couple, Sam and Dinah, whose marriage is threatening to disintegrate. Any American town today.
Scenes: Sam and Dinah's home in the suburbs; Sam's office; Dinah's psychiatrist's office; the street; the gymnasium; a hat shop; and finally, back home.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE Producer MONICA COCKBURN
Schumann Sonata No 1, in F sharp minor
Liszt Variations on a theme of Bach (Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen)
MALCOLM TROUP (piano)
Introduced by PETER CLAYTON
A weekly survey of the world of music.
Introduced by John Amis including ANTAL DORATI
Grieg the Pianist
JERROLD NORTHROP MOORE introduces rare recordings of Edvard Grieg playing his own music and compares them with one of Grieg's player piano rolls.
direct from the
Royal Albert Hall London WENDY EATHORNE (soprano) PENELOPE CLARK (soprano)
ANNA REYNOLDS (mezzo-soprano) BBC SINGERS WOMEN'S VOICES) director JOHN POOLE
ORCHESTRA OF THE
CONCERTGEBOl!W, AMSTERDAM leader HERMAN KREBBERS conductor Bernard Haitink Part 1
Mendelssohn Incidental Music: A Midsummer Night's Dream Wagner Wesendonk Lieder
A fortnightly series presenting arguments that challenge current orthodoxies
No Came for
Alarmt Alan Coddington. Lecturer In Economics, Queen Mary College, London University, argues that the optimistic view of our ability to cope with environmental problems rests more on faith than fact.
(22 Sept: 'John Chesterman )
Part 2 Dvorak
Symphony No 9, in E minor (From the New World)
(Part of this concert will be recorded and shown on BBC2 tomorrow at 9.0 pm)
Pleasing the Prommers: page 4
A quarterly drama series designed specially for listeners to transmissions in stereophony Jarry
An audacle for radio by JOHN ANTHONY WEST with music composed and conducted by GERAINT HUGHES
Today is the centenary of the birth of the French writer Alfred Jarry , who was known not only as an author, pataphysician and creator of Pere Ubu. but also for his outrageous and eccentric behaviour.
This programme is a celebration of his life and work and contains fragments of a play, Ubu en triomphe, which he did not write - but possibly might have written. with and Other parts played by NIGEL ANTHONY , PETER BARTLETT NIGEL GRAHAM , JOHN HOLLIS BETTY HUNTLEY-WRIGHT
FRASER KERR , ROLF LEFEBVRE
ELIZABETH MORGAN , DIANA OLSSON JOHN SAMSON , JONATHON SCOTT DOUGLAS STORM. DAVID TIMSON Technical assistants
JOCK FARRELL, MARSAIL MACCUISH and DAVID GREENWOOD
Edited at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by LLOYD SILVERTHORNE Producer JOHN TYDEMAN
Derek Jewell examines the best from today's popular music gramophone records