Berlioz Overture: The Corsair
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN·DAVIS
7.14* Schubert, arr Liszt Fantasia in c (Wanderer) ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
VIENNA VOLKSOPER ORCHESTRA conducted by MICHAEL GIELEN
7.37* Haydn Symphony No 77 PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA, conducted by ANTAL DORATI : records
Tchaikovsky Fantasy: The Tern pest: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANATOLE FISTOULARI
8.30* Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor: NATHAN MILSTEIN
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS
8.50' Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia: PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY : records
Beethoven in 1800 Piano Concerto No 3, in c minor:
CLAUDIO ARRAU AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by BERNARD HAITINK : gramophone record
IGOR ozim and PRIMOZ NOVSAK
Boccherini Duo in 8 flat major, Op 5 No 4
Uros Krek Sonata
Prokofiev Sonata. Op 56
died 17 October 1849
Chopin Three Mazurkas, Op 50; Nocturne in E. Op 62 No 2: Rallade No 4 in F minor. Op 52
David Wilde (Diano) savs:
Martinu Mazurka-Nocturne (Memorial a Chopin)
MEMBERS OF THE NASH ENSEMBLE lbert Etude-Caprice pour un ' Tombeau de Chopin '
CHRISTOPHER VAN KAMPEN (CellO) Villa-Lobos Hommage a Chopin DAVID WILDE (piano)
The 20th-century works were all commissioned by UNESCO to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Chopin's death. Those by Martinu and lbert are receiving their first broadcast performances.
of 20th-century music
DOROTHY DOROW (soprano) HALLE ORCHESTRA leader MARTIN MILNER conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD Maderna Biogramma (first broadcast performance in this country)
Boulez Improvisations sur Mallarmé (revised version)
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
(Given in the Free Trade Hall. Manchester, on 7 October)
It is just 50 years since the Hallfi Orchestra made its first broadcast from the Free Trade Hall in Manchester. This was on 16 October 1924, when the concert was conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty.
Wissema String Quartet
Haydn Quartet in G, Op 77 No 1 Mendelssohn Quartet in D, Op 44 No 1
(From the Friends' Meeting House, Manchester. Second of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC)
FELICITY PALMER (soprano)
ANTHONY ROLFE JOHNSON (tenor) PEGGIE SAMPSON (viola da gamba) GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord; Handel, part 1
Italian Cantata No 1: Ah! che pur troppo e vero, for tenor and continuo
Sonata in c, for viola da gamba and harpsichord
Italian Cantata No 46: La Lucretia: 0 Numi et.erni, for soprano and continuo
2.50' Stanley Sadie talks about Handel and his chamber music.
3.0* Aldeburgh Festival 1974 Handel, part 2
Suite No 3, in D minor, for harpsichord
Tra ampiessi innocenti, for soprano, tenor and continuo (Cantata No 6: Cecilia, vogli un sguardo)
TONY RUSSELL introduces an interlude of music played on folk instruments.
2: Shepherds' Flutes gramophone record
NEW BRUNSWICK YOUTH
ORCHESTRA, CANADA conducted by STANLEY SAUNDERS guest conductor OSKAR DANON with ANNE LAPP (oboe)
Copland Hoe-down (Ballet: Rodeo)
Mozart Oboe Concerto in c (K314)
4.20' The conductor and members of the orchestra talk to ANTHONY FRIESE-GRKENE .
4.30* Youth Orchestras: part 2 Violet Archer Three sketches for orchestra (first broadcast performance in this country) Dvorak Symphony No 8, in G conducted by OSKAR DANON
(A public concert given in the Music Hall, Aberdeen, as part of the 1973 International Festival of Youth Orchestras)
with David Munrow
Folk songs, gypsy bands and recruiting dances. Liszt. Kodaly and Bartok all find inspiration In their traditional music.
6.30 Foreign Correspondent
A weekly study of a topic of current international significance. Presented by GRAHAM TAYAR
In the current Royal Shakespeare Company production of Richard II RICHARD pasco and IAN RICHARDSON alternate the roles of the King and Bolingbroke. How does this influence their interpretation of the play? And what effect has it on their performances? Producer DAVID DOUGHAN
7.10 Early Promise
Six programmes about the first signs of artistic talent in the child and the questions arising for parents and teachers. 3: Special Music Schools
Presented by LEONARD PEARCEY
Robert Schumann on Chopin in the Zeitschrijt fiir Musik
On the 125th anniversary of Chopin's death DENIS MATTHEWS discusses some of the famous interpreters, including Rosenthai. Pachmann, Cortot, Lipatti, Rachmaninov, Horowitz and Rubinstein gramophone records
Kingsley Amis introduces a selection of poems and prose passages by a writer to whom he feels a strong personal attachment.
Reader GARY WATSON
ARTHUR GRUMIAUX , FRANKFURT RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by DEAN DIXON (Hess Radio recording)
PIERRE BOULEZ , COLIN DAVIS
DERYCK COOKE and HANS KELLER discuss Tristan und Isolde, Wagnerphilia and Wagnerphobia. in the chair
(A performance of Tristan und Isolde next Saturday on R3)
Third of IS programmes IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano) LEE LUVISI (piano) Songs
Impromptu No 1, In E flat major; Barcarolles: No 11, in G minor; No 12, in E flat major Songs
Barcarolle No 1, in A minor; Nocturne No 10. in E minor; Barcarolle No 10. in A minor; Impromptu No 5, in F sharp minor.