Michael Haydn Symphony No 33, in A
LITTLE ORCHESTRA OF LONDON conducted by LESLIE JONES
7.22* Dussek Piano Concerto No 5, in B flat RENA KYRIAKOU
BERLIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by c. A. BÜNTE
7.44* Suk Fantastic Scherzo CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ZDENEK MACAL gramophone records
Rossini String Sonata No 1, in G I SOLISTI VENETI conducted by ci.Aunio SCIMONE
S.17* Carl Stamitz Sinfonia Concertante in D
ISAAC STERN (violin)
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (viola)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
8.39* Prokofiev, arr Barshai Visions fugitives ACADEMY OF
ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS directed by NEVILI.E MARRINER gramophone records
Scenes and Heroines
Excerpts from Werther, with a cast including VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES and NICOLAI GEDDA , and conducted by GEORGES PRETRE gramophone records
THURNSCOE HARMONIC MALE VOICE
Conductor COLIN LEECH and THE SINFONIA CHORUS conductor ALAN FEARON sing music by Mozart, Viadana, Lajos Bardos and E. J. Moeran
Fifth of 15 programmes
Chausson Piano Quartet in A, Op 30
COLIN HORSLEY (piano) PETER CARTER (Violin)
JOHN UNDERWOOD (viola) JOY HALL (cello)
Scottish and Irish folk song arrangements (1)
Introduced by DENIS STEVENS gramophone records
GYORGY PAUK (violin) BBC WELSH ORCHESTRA leader COLIN STAVELEY conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD Beethoven
11.42* Violin Concerto in D
12.28* Symphony No 8, in F
(Given before an invited audience in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, Llandaff, on 10 May 1973)
Felicity Palmer (soprano) accompanied by John Constable sings lieder by Mozart and Brahms, and chansons by Duparc, Faurg and Poulenc - his cycle La courte paille
(From the Friends' Meeting House, Manchester. Ninth of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC)
(John Constable broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)
Bartok Quartet No 2
Haydn Quartet, Op 103 (unfinished)
Borodin Quartet No 2, in D
BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone) WILLIAM BENNETT (flute) NEIL BLACK (oboe)
JOHN TUNNELL (violin)
HAROLD LESTER (harpsichord) THAMES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader JOHN TUNNELL conductor MICHAEL DOBSON Part 1
Sonata (Cantata No 31)
Concerto in A minor, for flute, violin, harpsichord and strings Cantata No 82: Ich habe genug
In 1886 the Viennese music critic Eduard Hanslick -renowned alike for his worship of Brahms and loathing of Wagner - paid a visit to London. ROBIN HOLMES reads extracts from his impressions.
Oboe Concerto in f major Suite No 3, in d major
(A public concert given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on 24 November 1972)
Written and presented by David Munrow
Some of the benefits - and pitfalls - of providing royal birthday greetings. Music by Handel Purcell and Bach.
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
6.30 Community Care
Ten selected case-studies for nurses in training.
2: Janet [text removed] - 24 years old, married with four children, lives at home and attends a local authority Psychiatric Day Centre.
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A fortnightly programme exploring the science behind a story of current interest.
Presented by BARBARA MYERS
7.10 The Bonus Years
Eleven programmes on the needs of older people and the opportunities open to them. Presented by DAVID HOBMAN 3: Accommodation
What are the special housing needs of older people? Is more specially designed housing needed?
The first of three programmes Cabezon Tiento 3. Tone 1
Cabanilles Tiento 17 on Pange Lingua: Passacalles 4. Tone 4; Gallardas 1. Tone 1; Paseos 2
PAULINO ORTIZ at the organ of the Basilica of Santa Maria, Darooa: gramophone records
conducts the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Part 1
Weber Overture: Oberon
Mozart Symphony No 41, in c (Jupiter) (K 551)
DAVID MARCH reads Gibbon's account of Heliogabalus in the Decline and Fall.
Henze Allegoria per musica: Heliogabalus Imperator (first performance in this country)
Strauss Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
by DR ANNE ROSS
The origins of the Celtic world are obscure and much debated. So is the nature of the breakup of the Celtic Language into two main branches represented by modern Welsh and Gaelic. Where did the Celts originate and when did this linguistic division take place?
Fourth of nine programmes played by Alfred Brendel followej by an interlude
Second of two programmes: the music is from the latter part of his career (1903-12), and includes several songs from the large collection of ' simple airs' (Schlichte Weisen), which marked a turning point in his career. SYBIL MICHELOW (contralto) KENNETH BOWEN (tenor) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)