Thomas Overture: Mignon
8.15* Saint-Saens Septet in E flat, for trumpet, string quartet. doublt'-bass and piano
8.34* Milhaud Saudades do Brasil: records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Elgar's Symphony No 2, in E flat, by ROBERT PHILIP.
MICHAEL BERKELEY talks to GIL-LIAN WEIR.
Recent records of pre-classical music: reviewed by CHARLES CUDWORTH.
Fux Movements from Serenada a 8 10.27* Corelli Concerto Grosso in F. Op 6 No 12
10.39' Nicola Matteis Ground after the Scotch humour
10.42* Handel Sonata in F, Op I No 11
10.51* Arne Sonata No 4, in D minor
11.4* Zelenka Trio-Sonata No 3, in B flat: records
Bach's Variations on Vom Him mel hoch and Cesar Franck 's Violin Sonata both display the sustained use of canon as a musicalform. CHRISTOPHER hogWOOD discusses these two works in today's programme of records requested by the under-20s and draws on other examples from the music of 14th-century Florence and from Bartok and Mozart.
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN Part 1
Berlioz Overture: Roman Car-Margaret Lucy Wilkins Hymn to Creation
Elgar The Wand of Youth: Suite No 2
Compiled and introduced by Donald Milner
Part 2 Dvorak
Symphony No 8, in G major
John Methven , Director General of Fair Trading, says that music is his main interest in life after his work. His choice of records reflects the growth of his interest which started. with the Russian school and was expanded by regular visits first to the Hallé and then to Covent Garden. He includes records by Beecham conducting Berlioz, a quintet from Die Meistersinger and a duet from The Merry Widow.
Eric Hill plays music by Sor. Tarrega, Wilfrid Mellers and Albeniz, and talks to Peter Sensier
Grainger, the Pianist
Excerpts from works by Chopin and Brahms, and a complete performance of the Grieg Piano Concerto: recorded interpretations by PERCY GRAINGER discussed by JERROLD NORTHROP MOORE : records
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by PROINNSIAS o DUlNN Music by Arriaga, Borodin, Bizet, Delius, Shostakovich, Granados, and A. J. Potter
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Robert Kee (in the chair) talks with JONATHAN RABAN MARINA VAIZEY and JOHN WEIGHTMAN
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
(King for a Day)
Melodramma giocoso in two acts. Libretto by FELICE ROMANI after Le faux Stanislas by ALEX ANDRE VINCENT PINEU-DUVAL Music by Verdi
VIENNA STATE OPERA CHORUS HELMUT FROSCHAUER
VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERO BELLUGI
(Austrian Radio recording from the 1974 Bregenz Festival)
8.35* Julian Budden talks about the Fourth International Congress of Verdi Studies held in Chicago recently,
9.0- Un Giornodi Regno: Act
Andre Vincent Pineu-Duval
A Poem in Four Books by JOHN MILTON (1608-74) 2: The Second and Third Temptations
Producer TERENCE TILLER
(First broadcast performance in this country. Book 3: 23Nov) followed by an interlude
Third of four programmes to mark the 500th anniversary of Dufay's death.
' Dufay was without doubt the greatest of the early 15th-century Burgundian composers. It's no exaggeration to say that he formed the central musical language of the Renaissance.'
HOWARD MAYER BROWN talks about this great figure and offers an assessment of his importance.
11.10* Mass: Se la face ay pale (preceded by vocal and instrumental versions of the original chanson) Stereo
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON conducted by DAVID MUNROW gramophone records