Sonata in F (K 332) (mono)
Variations on Unser dummer Pobel meint (K 455) (mono) LAMAR CROWSON (piano) Quartet in f (k 590)
AMADEUS STRING QUARTET
Antony Hopkins introduces listeners' record requests and at
10.0* talks to this week's special guest Charles Mackerras about his choice. LAURITZ MEL-CHIOR in arias from Wagner's opera Siegfried.
9.5* arr Respight Ancient Airs and Dances, for lute: Suite No 2
9.25* Mozart Rondo in A minor
9.35* Grieg Solveig 's Song
9.45' Liszt Totentanz
10.35* Respighi Trittico Bottieelliano
Introduced by Dominic Gill
DENIS ARNOLD on Italian influence in 17th-century England
ELIZABETH POSTON on the new year carol.
MALCOLM RAYMENT on the music of Josef Suk , born 4 Jan 1874.
HEINZ HOLLIGER (oboe), VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHRISTOPH VON DOHNANYI Symphony No 38, in D major (Prague) (K 504)
Oboe Concerto in c (K 314)
(Repeated: Wed, 10.35 am)
Part 2 Symphony No 41, in c major (Jupiter) (K 551)
(Austrian Radio recording)
director MARINUS VOORBERG
Music by Sweelinck, Gesualdo, Ravel, Andrtessen and Petrassi
1873-1944. To celebrate the birth 100 years ago of the great violinist and teacher, a concert was given in St John 's, Smith Square, on 29 October by some of his famous pupils and second generation pupils. Bronislav Gimpel , Ida Haendel Yfrah Neaman , Max Rostal Henryk Szeryng
STRING CHAMBER ORCHESTRA led by NORBERT BRAININ and ROBERT MASTERS conducted by Yehudi Menuhln Vivaldi Concerto in B minor, for four violins and orchestra (p 148)
Illustrated talk by Max Rostal with pre-war recordings of CARL FLESCH
Aladar Majorossy Impromptu , for four violins and orchestra (first broadcast performance) (Promoted by the European String Teachers' Association)
MELOS ENSEMBLE OF LONDON t Octet in E flat, Op 103
Duo No 1, in c, for clarinet and bassoon (WoO 27)
Rondino in E flat, for wind octet (WoO 25)
JENNY HILL (soprano)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) %
with Antony Hopkins
(Repeated: Monday, 9.45 am)
of the present day
Krenek Symphonic Elegy, Op 105, for string orchestra (In memoriam Anton Webern )
Gottfried v on Einem Das Stundenlied, Op 26 (on a text by Brecht) (first broadcast in this country)
VIENNA AND SALZBURG CHORUSES OF AUSTRIAN RADIO, AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MILAN HORVAT (Austrian Radio recording)
Three Sisters by ANTON CHEKHOV translated by BRIAN SPIBY with Geraldine MoEwan , Judi Deneh Sheila Allen and Robert Lang with Julian Glover , Peter Egan A provincial Russian town at the turn of the century.
Producer CHARLES LEFEAUX %
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON MADRIGAL CHOIR conductor DAVID BROWN Kirbye Quare tristis es
Weelkes Nunc Dimittis (Fifth Service: In medio chori); Laboravi in gemitu meo
In the last of five programmes to mark the 350th anniversary of the death of Weelkes DAVID BROWN discusses and illustrates reconstructions of missing parts.
Conversations in four programmes about the current relevance of the arts to politics. Presented by Frank Kermode 3: Art and the Resolution Stuart Brisley , artist John Berger
Mick Farren. rock musician and author of Watchout Kids
John Casey. author of The Language of Criticism Producer RICHARD KEEN
First of 30 programmes to include Haydn's string quartets from the Op 20 set onwards. Tonight's two span the three decades between Op 20 and his last complete quartets.
Quartet in E flat. Op 20 No 1 Quartet in G. Op 77 No 1
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