Schmelzer Sonata a 5 Fux Aria: Luce, e guida chiara iPsiche)
Caldara Sonata for trumpets. drums, strings and continuo Biber Battalia
Hasse Aria: Tradir sapeste, 0 perfidi (Arminio) Fux Sinfonia in F
Monn Harpsichord Concerto In » gramophone records
Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Schumann's Symphony No 3 (Rhenish), by TREVOR HARVEY
MICHAEL BERKELEY talks tO
Recent records of chamber music and songs: STEPHEN WALSE
Some of the new records of chamber music discussed in this morning's Record Review,
Graham Treacher with records Sibelius Symphonic Poem: Tapiola: Nocturne and Ballade (Suite: King Christian ID; Symphony No 7, in c
PASCAL ROGE (piano)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGES TZIPINE Part 1
Roussel Symphonic Fragments: The Spider's Banquet
12.35* Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Introduced by Kevin Ruane
Franck Symphony in 0 minor
Sir Alfred Ayer. Wykeham Professor of Logic at Oxford, introduces his own selection of records, which includes pieces by Cole Porter , Noël Coward and Irving Berlin, as well as music by Stravinsky. Offen bach, Strauss and Purcell.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Music by John Ireland , Weber. Barber, Mathias, Holst, Wagner
Evangelos and Liza play music by Bach, Sor. John Duarte and Falla, and talk to PETER SENSIER
Introduced by PETER CLAYTON
Introduced by John Amis including Norman Del Mat talking about Strauss's Intermezzo. and Alan Bush on the first performance in this country of his opera Wat Tyler.
THOMAS BRANDIS (violin)
SAAR RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by BRUNO MADERNA
Stravinsky Ballet: Jeu de cartes Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
Ravel Choreographic Poem: La valse
(Saar Radio recording)
A series about the media Television and the Arts
Should the makers of arts programmes woo their audiences? To what extent do the broadcasting organisations have a duty to patronise the arts in their schedules?
Humphrey Burton presents recordings made at a recent meeting of the Society of Film and Television Arts.
Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
(29 June: The Doctrine of Journalists) followed by an interlude
The Voice of Ariadne
Opera in three acts based on The Last of the Valerii by HENRY JAMES
Libretto by AMALIA ELGUERA Music by Thea Musgrave
(first broadcast performance)
An English Opera Group production, direct from the Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh
According to an old family legend, the statue of a goddess lies buried in the grounds of the Villa Valeri in Rome. Whoever finds the statue shall find happiness. Count Marco Valerio has set himself the task of finding the statue.
ENGLISH OPERA GROUP ORCHESTRA led by COLIN SAUER conducted by THEA MUSGRAVE
Electronic tape made in collaboration with RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT Producer COLIN GRAHAM
The action: Rome in 1870. Act 1
9.10* The Writing of the Opera: Thea Musgrave, the composer, and Amalia Elguera. the librettist, talk to JEREMY NOBLE.
9.25* Aldeburgh Festival 1974 The Voice of Ariadne. Act 2
The Voice of Ariadne. Act 3
Sextet in A major, Op 48 SCOTTISH ENSEMBLE