MONTE CARLO OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by EDO DE WAART
8.17* Variations for piano and orchestra: I got rhythm
DAVID PARKHOUSE LONDONFESTIVAL RECORDING
ENSEMBLE conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
8.29* Three Preludes for piano FRANK GLAZER
8.37* An American in Paris NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN gramophone records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Bach's Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue by JANE CLARK.
Hi-Fi Today. 1: Pick-ups and turntables by DONALD ALDOUS.
Recent records of chamber and instrumental music reviewed by STEPHEN WALSH.
Including Jane Clark 's recommended performance of Bach's Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue, and some of the records reviewed by Stephen Walsh in this morning's Record Review.
direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London IMOGEN COOPER (piano)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader CARL FINI
Introduced and conducted by Raymond Leppard
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3, in G major
Satie, oreb Milhaud Jack in the Box: music for a pantomime
Mozart Piano Concerto No 19, in F major (K 459) (first movement)
Dvorak Two Legends: No 6, in c sharp minor; No 3, in G minor Stravinsky Dumbarton Oaks : concerto for chamber orchestra
Piano recital by Shura Cherkassky Part 1
Rameau Gavotte and Variations in A minor
Beethoven Sonata in c minor, Op 13 (Pathétique)
Mendelssohn Fantasia in F sharp minor (Sonate ecossaise). Op 28
A weekly survey of the more hopeful trends in the world's news, compiled and introduced by Donald Milner
Chopin Nocturne In F minor; Scherzo in B flat minor
Scriabin Two Preludes: in D, Op 11 No 5; in c sharp minor, Op 11 No 10
Ravel Jeux d'eau
Mozart-Liszt Don Juan Fantasia (1841)
(Given in The Maltings, Snape, on 24 June)
Lord Robens, former Chairman of the National Coal Board, was brought up in a music-loving household - his father was a talented amateur violinist. The music he grew to love then still forms the basis of his musical taste now and is reflected in his personal choice of records which includes Kreisler playing a Humoreske by Dvorak. ISOBEL BAOLLIE singing ' On wings of song ' and Beecham conducting an overture by Suppe.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leaderArthurleavins conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Ernest Tomlinson Comedy Overture arr Respighi Suite: The Birds
Philip Lane Cotswold Dances
Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor
Gustav Hoist (1874-1934)
JERROLD NORTHROP MOORE discusses Holst's recordings of his own music with the composer's daughter, IMOGEN HOLST.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts. This week:
Edwin Mullins (in the chair) talks with JOHN GROSS
ROGER MANVELL and CLANCY SIGAL Producer PHILIP FRENCH
On behalf of the European Broadcasting Union Norwegian Radio presents ANNE NYBORG (soprano)
TARU VALJAKKA (soprano) ROBERT RIEFLING (piano)
NORWEGIAN SOLOISTS' CHOIR chorus-master KNUT NYSTEDT NORWEGIAN RADIO BOYS' CHOIR chorus-master
TOR STEIN GRYTHE
OSLO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA augmented by the OSLO RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by MILTIADES CARIDIS Part 1
A comparison of the incidental music to Ibsen's Peer Gynt written by Edvard Grieg and Harald Saeverud
Reflections on current affairs.
Joel Hurstfield , Astor Profes sor of English History in the University of London, gives the last of four talks.
Fartein Valen Piano Concerto
Arne Nordheim Eco. for orchestra, choir and soprano solo
Alfred Brendel , in conversation with STEPHEN PLAISTOW , talks about Schubert's piano music and introduces a series of nine weekly programmes, specially recorded for Radio 3, which includes all Schubert's major works for solo pianist from 1822.
'The first of his recitals can be heard tomorrow at 6.5 pm)
RENÉ JACOBS (counter-tenor)
BARTHOLD KUIJKEN (traverse flute)
(baroque violin and bass viol) WIELAND KUIJKEN
(baroque cello and bass viol) ROBERT KOHNEN (harpsichord) Part 1
Buxtehude Cantata: Jubilate Domino
Telemann Quartet In E minor
Caldara Cantata: Vicino a un Rivoletto
19.35* Interval Reading
10.45* German and Italian Baroque Music: part 2
Handel Cantata: Mi palpita 11 cor
Bach Trio-Sonata in c minor (The Musical Offering)
(A public concert given in the Purcell Room. London, on 10 December 1973)
A selection of poems, prose and songs by Northern writers to mark the moment when golden October is jerked into sombre November. With
HENRY LIVINGS, ALEX GLASGOW BOB EATON. POLLY WARREN VALERIE GEORGESON and HARRY MARKHAM
Compiled by BRIAN THOMPSON
Producer ALFRED BRADLEY (Leeds)