Albinoni Concerto in B flat, Op 10 No 1: ROBERTO MICHELUCCI (violin) with I musici
Bach Recitative and Aria: Schafe können sicher weiden (Sheep may safely graze)
ELISABETH SPEISER (SOpranO)
HA.RTMUT STREBEL. GERHARB BRAUN (recorders): STUTTGART BACH COLLEGIUM ENSEMBLE conducted by HELMUTH RILLING
Bach Sonata in G minor (BWV 1029): NIKOLAUS HARNONCOURT (viola da gamba)
HERBERT TACHEZI (harpsichord)
Rameau Ballet Suite: Les surprises de l'amour: LAMOUREUX CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by MARCEL COURAUD. Records
Listeners' record requests presented by Dominic Gill
Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor
WANDA LANDOWSKA (harpsichord) (mono: recorded 1935)
9.18* Tippett Fantasia Concertante on a theme of Corelli
ST MART1N-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
9.41* Mozart Fantasia in F minor, for mechanical organ (K 608)
HERBERT TACHEZI (Organ)
9.54* Chopin Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat, Op 61 (mono)
VLADIMIR HOROWITZ (piano)
10.10* Rachmaninev Fantasy: The Rock: Moscow RADIO symPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Mozart's opera Zaide: by Stanley Sadie
Folk music of today: Peter Kennedy discusses some of the traditions in this country.
Thomas Goff (1898-1975): a tribute by John Lade to the maker of harpsichords, clavichords and lutes.
conductor SEIJI OZAWA
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
CHORUS with ANDREW FOLDI (speaker) Schoenberg Psalm 151. Op 50c
Mahler Symphony No 1, in D (Boston Symphony Orchestra Transcription Trust recording)
Robert Conquest reflects en some of the things we say.
(Repeated: Thursday 3.35 pm)
United Kingdom Rounds 2 (i) School Choirs
WIRRAL COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS CHOIR
CHOIR OF ST ANNE'S CONVENT SCHOOL, SOUTHAMPTON (ii) Youth Choirs
BULMERSHE FOLK CHOIR
MOSSG ROVE GIRL SINGERS (iii) Equal Voice Choirs
BALLYCLARE MALE VOICE CHOIR OLIVE QUANTRILL SINGERS
Adjudicators PHILIP MOORE. JOHN POOLE and STEPHEN WILKINSON
BERNARD KEEFFE introduces the programme, summarises the adjudicators' remarks and announces the results.
A series of short talks with long thoughts behind them.
Jennifer Smith , the ' star,' or anti-star, of Friday's two-part concert at 7.30 , talks about Music and Religion.
Haydn Two Marches for the Derbyshire Regiment (H VIII 1 and 2) arr Beethoven Folk Songs of the British Isles: Hide not thy anguish; The return to Ulster; Since greybeards inform us; The parting kiss; The British light dragoons; When mortals all to rest
Beethoven Variations for piano on Rule Britannia
J. C. Bach Military Pieces (Quintet No 2, in e flat)
1.55* Interval Reading
2.0* The Music Party
Part 2 Handel Overture for two clarinets and horn
Dibdin Bonny Kate ; Farewell my trimbuilt wherry; Jolly young waterman; Tom Bowling Hook The nightingale with am rous pain; The lass of Richmond Hill
Haydn March for the Prince of Wales (H VIII 3) THE MUSIC PARTY director ALAN HACKER Nigel Rogers (tenor)
Richard Burnett (piano)
Alan Hacker , Brian Ackerman (boxwood clarinets)
William Waterhouse and Jeremy Saulsby
(18th-century bassoons) Michael Laird (trumpet)
Alan Civil, Shirley Hopkins (hand horns)
Christopher Monk (serpent)
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest-this week with the help of Yehudi Menuhin.
(Repeated: Monday 9.45 am)
La Damnation de Faust (mezzo-soprano) (tenor) (bass-baritone) (soprano)
CBSO CHORUS chorus-master GORDON CLINTON CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader FELIX KOK conductor LOUIS FRÉMAUX Part 1: Scenes 1-8
4.20* Songs for the Lovelorn; Longing for Faust
IVOR KEYS talks mainly about Gretchen and mainly about Berlioz.
4.40* La Damnation de Faust Part 2: Scenes 9-19
followed by an interlude
ice in the heights of heaven:
Four dualogues on aspects of Britain's future relationship with the European Community, in which prominent political thinkers and practitioners define and defend the rationale for their convictions.
Speakers: Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone and Rt Hon Enoch Powell, MP
Chairman Robin Day
Lord Hailsham of St
Clifford Benson (piano)
Bach - Suite No 5, in c minor, for cello (Bwv 1011)
Beethoven - Sonata in D major.
Op 102 No.2, for cello and piano
Minna von Barnhelm A comedy by GOTTHOLD EPHRAIM LESSING translated by KENNETH J. NORTHCOTT with Sarah Badel Julian Glover Julie Hallam and Sion Probert
Minna is one of the few great German comedies written before the 20th century. Lessing himself said of comedy, ' When we have noticed what is laughable, in spite of all its possible disguises, then we shall know how to avoid being ridiculous. ourselves, and this is the ultimate aim of comedy.'
Producer MARTIN JENKINS
not have been bettered on any medium at any time, and in Lessing's day would have had all the courts of Europe at her feet.
(THE LISTENER: 23 May 1974)
Major von Tellheim:
Just, Tellheim's servant:
Minna von Barnhelm:
Count of Bruchsal, her uncle:
Riccaut de la Marliniere:
No 209: Non sa che sia Dolore; No 215: Preise dein Glucke, gesegnetes Sachsen
ELISABETH SPEISER (soprano) ADALBERT KRAUS (tenor) MAX VAN EGMOND (bass) RIAS CHAMBER CHOIR
BERLIN CHAMBER SOLOISTS conducted by UWE GRONSTAY
(Berlin Radio recording from the Berlin Bach Week in July 1974)
RONALD STEVENSON discusses the nature of the achievement of Georges Enesco, the great Romanian violinist, composer and conductor. He talks in particular about the opera Oedipe and Enesco's three symphonies.
Derek Jewell 's weekly look at the world of popular music; featuring this week excerpts from the new major composition by RICK WAKEMAN , The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, featuring the composer on keyboards, his rock group, the ENGLISH CHAMBER CHOIR, the NOTTINGHAM FESTIVAL VOCAL GROUP AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by DAVID MEASHAM. gramophone records