Cimarosa Overture: I Traci amanti
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.10* Vivaldi Concerto in o, for two mandolins and string orchestra
WURTTEMBERG CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JÖRG FAERBER
7.23* Rameau Suite (Dardanus) COLLEGIUM AUREUM, conducted by REINHARD PETERS. Records
Mussorgsky, orch Shostakovich Prelude: Khovanshchina
BOLSHOI THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV
8.12* Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor: IDA HAENDEL PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by VACLAV SMETACEK
8.33* Prokofiev Sinfonietta
MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by DZHE-MAL, DALGAT. Records
Clementi and Hummel
Hummel Clarinet Quartet in E flat
ALAN HACKER (clarinet) DUNCAN DRUCE (violin)
SIMON ROWLAND-JONES (viola) JENNIFER WARD CLARKE (cello) gramophone records
conducted by OWAIN ARWEL HUGHES
Beethoven Overture: Prometheus
Gretry. arr Beecham Ballet Suite: Zemire et Azor Sibelius Romance
Delibes Ballet Suite: Sylvia
DELME STRING QUARTET Peter Carter (violin)
Galina Solodchin (violin) John Underwood (viola) Joy Hall (cello) with JACK BRYMER (clarinet) GWYDION BROOKE (bassoon) ALAN CIVIL (horn)
CHRISTOPHER LAURANCE (double-bass)
CANTANTI CAMERATI OF RICHMOND Conductor JOHN BATE
RICHARD STANGROOM (organ continuo)
Purcell Praise the Lord. 0 Jerusalem: Jehovah quam multi sunt hostes; Rejoice in the Lord
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A major (K 581)
11.20* Interval Reading
11.25* Battle Festival
Part 2 Beethoven Septet in E flat major
( of the opening concert on 19 July in Battle Parish Church)
leader MICHAEL D. DAVIS conducted by GARY BERTINI GARY GRAFFMANN (piano)
Part 1 Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor
Part 2 Lutoslawski Livre pour
Orchestre Roussel Bacchus and Ariadne: Suite No
TAKAYOSIII WANAMI (Violin)
Bach Sonata in G minor (bwv 1001)
Reger Sonata in A minor. Op 91 No 1
Opera buffa in three acts Libretto by G. B. LORENZI
Music by Giovanni Palsiello (sung in Italian: first broadcast in this country)
The adventures of the hero of Cervantes's novel.
ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI ORCHESTRA
OF NAPLES conducted by GABRIELE FERRO
(Recording made available by courtesy of Italian Radio)
Jon Curle presents a miscellany of popular orchestral pieces, songs, arias and instrumental works on record. This week:
Music by Offenbach. Mozart, Bizet. Liszt, Tchaikovsky and Coates, with DENNIS BRAIN, CLAUDIO ARRAU and OWEN BRAN-NIGAN.
David Munrow traces the growing sophistication of the Blues, from the Tub, Jug and Washboard bands to the orchestras of Gershwin and Duke Ellington...
6.30 Hawks and Doves by GEOFFREY BEST, Professor of History in the School of European Studies, University of Sussex.
5: Dag Hamtnarskjold and the UN
The United Nations Organisation, Hammarskjold once said, ' reflects both aspiration and a falling short of aspiration, but the constant struggle to close the gap between aspiration and performance now as always, makes the difference between civilisation and chaos.'
7.10 The ABC of Education
A series for parents on the aims and methods of education in Britain today.
Presented by JOHN BROWN
13: When should we start thinking about our child's career?
How relevant is secondary education to future employment? How effective is the careers service in schools?
NORMAN BAILEY (baritone) SYLVIA SCHULMAN (piano)
Lieder von Gellert: Song-cycle: An die ferne Geliebte
direct from the Herkulessaal WILHELM KEMPFF (piano) BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK Part 1
Mozart Symphony in D major (K 504) (Prague)
Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor
There are two Veblens ... the behaviouristic and the humanistic inextricably intertwined.' Professor John Vaizey , Head of the Department of Economics at Brunei University, considers a new book by David Seckler , Thorstein Veblen and the Institutionalists, and assesses the influence of Veblen (1857-1929) as an economist, a political philosopher and as a writer and stylist.
Schumann Symphony No 4, in D minor
Devised by Carl Wildman. Presented by John Rowe and Pamela Stirling.
Poet. novelist, playwright, film-maker, designer, socialite and a great showman, Jean Cocteau shed his artistic skin again and again from the early 20s through to the early 60s. A prolific, often frivolous, sophisticate, he created his own poetic world.
The programme is an evocation of the man and an attempt to put his brilliant, if uneven, work into perspective. With the views and voices of Jean Cocteau, Edwige Feuillere, Jean Marais, Pierre Fresnais, Sir Cecil Beaton, Raymond Mortimer, Tamara Karsavina and others.
Sonatas of three parts: No 7, in E minor: No 8. in G NEVILLE MARRINER and PETER GIBBS (violins)
DESMOND DUPRE (bass viol) THURSTON DART (organ) gramophone records