Bach Motet: Jesu, meine Freude (BWV 227): BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE
Bach Flute Sonata No 5, in E minor (BWV 1034)
GALLIARD HARPSICHORD TRIO
Brahms Two Motets, Op 74: Warum ist das Licht gegeben: 0 Heiland, Reiss die Himmel auf BBC SINGERS
(Choral items were recorded in St George The Martyr, Queen's Square, London)
Listeners' record requests. introduced by Michael Oliver Nielsen Springtime in Funen
9.25* Schumann Extracts from Album for the Young
9.50* Virgil Thomson Acadian Songs and Dances (Louisiana Storv)
10.2* Mozart Piano Concerto No 13, in c major (K 415)
10.30* Piston Symphony No 2
Edited and introduced by Christopher Grier
BRIAN I.ARGE on the chamber music of Martinu JILL GOMEZ in profile
JEREMY NOBLE on the music of Dufay (C 1400-1474)
Producer KEITH HORNER
Ballet Music by Ravel
CHOIR OF ST HEDWIG'S CATHEDRAL BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SEIJI OZAWA
(Recording made available by courtesy of West Berlin Radio)
David Watt reflects on some of the things we say and write. 'Rptd: Wednesday, 12.20 pm)
United Kingdom Rounds Programme 8 School Class
ST BERNARD'S CONVENT CHOIR V
WIRRAL COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Equal Voice Class - Final OLIVE QUANTRILL SINGEKS V
PORTADOWN MALE VOICE CHOIR
Introduced by DAVID WILLCOCKS
played by JAKOB GIMPEL (piano) Barcarolle in F sharp: Nine Mazurkas: Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat; Variations brillantes in b flat
Opera in two acts
Libretto by PIETRO METASTASIO Music bv Mozart (sung in Italian)
A dispossessed king, living as a shepherd, is restored by Alexander the Great to his throne, but refuses to desert his former sweetheart.
MOZARTEUM ORCHESTRA conducted by LEOPOLD HAGER Act
JULIAN GLOVER reads the essay by DENIS DIDEROT. in a translation by JOHN FIELDING
Adapted and produced by PATRICIA BRENT
(Recording from the 1974 Salzburg Easter Festival. by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
with Antony Hopkins
(Rpld: Monday, 9.45 am)
Ravel Trio in A minor
Smetana Trio in G minor
A Window on the World A new play for radio by Sl'SAN HILL with Patricia Gallimore as Nell and Julie Hallam as Jess JESS: I should like to be 30 years old and have both experience and confidence.'
NELL: ' should like to be 90 years old. aged but not yet senile, respected and philosophical. I should like to have seen all there is to see.'
Two girl students share a hostel room in their first year. Life to them is all theory, gazing through their window on the world ': until one of them makes a positive move to alter the situation.
Producer RICHARD WORTLEY followed by an interlude
with VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano) London Symphony Orchestra leaders JOHN BROWN , HUGH BEAN conductor Andre Previn direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Part 1
Warner Prelude: The Master-singers
(conducted by Rt Hon Edward Heath , mf)
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3. in D minor
After 17 months in office, GOUGH WHITLAM'S Labour Government has just survived a nationwide test in the polling booths.
David Butler , Fellow of North-field College, Oxford, who Went to Australia to observe the Election, assesses the impact of Mr Whitlam on Australia.
Prokotiev Ballet: Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)
Berlioz Rakoczy March (The Damnation of Faust)
Georges Lefebvre , born in 1874, was one of the greatest of modern French historians and a special authority on the Revolution and the Napoleonic era
Richard Cobb , who was his pupil, talks about the remarkable way in which Lefebvre reincarnated some of the qualities of the revolutionaries he studied.
Professor of Music in the University of York was 60 earlier this year.
Peter Aston , for many years a colleague of his, pays a tribute to this composer, writer and teacher and introduces a programme reflecting something of his life and work.
Mellers Canticum Incarnationis (Kathleen Raine )
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS conductor STEPHEN WILKINSON Wellesz The leaden echo and the golden echo
NOELLE BARKER (SOpranO)
LEVON CH1I. INGIRIAN (violin) GEORGINA DOBRÉE (clarinet) ROHAN DE SARAM (cello) PETER DICKINSON (piano)
Mellers Resurrection Canticle (Gerard Manley Hopkins) BBC NORTHERN SINGERS conductor STEPHEN WILKINSON Mellers Venery for six plus (first broadcast performance) JOSEPHINE NENDICK (mezZO-SOp) EVELYN FRANK (flutes)
PAUL RUTHERFORD (trombone) BARRY GUY (double-bass) RONALD LUMSDEN (piano)
DAVID CORKHILL (percussion) conducted by BERNARD RANDS Couperin Ordre No 4. in F
KENNETH GILBERT (harpsichord) (gramophone record)
Introduced by Derek Jewell
Included this week excerpts from Rick Wakeman 's Journey to the Centre of the Earth with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, and Caravan's concert with the NEW SYMPHONIA ORCHESTRA. gramophone records