Mozart Four Interludes from Thamos, King of Egypt (K 345) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAG
7.25' Mozart Andante and Variations in G (K 501)
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH and JUSTUS FRANTZ (piano duet)
7.35' Mozart Symphony No 34, in c (K 338)
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER gramophone records
Rossini Overture: La Ceneren. tola
8.15* Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, in B minor (Pathetique) NBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ARTURO TOSCANINI gramophone record*
Two part songs: To Liszt; Jesus and the traders HUNGARIAN RADIO CHORUS conducted by ZOLTAN VASARHELYI Suite: Hary Janos CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE SZELL gramophone records
The last programme tn a series which has included all of his major works in this medium.
Fantasy on The Last Rose of Summer, Op 15
Three Fantasies or Caprices, Op 16
Variations sérieuses. Op 54 played bv
concert-master PETER MOUNTAIN conducted by Meredith DAVIES
Mozart Eine kleine Nachtmusik Stravinsky Danses concertantcs
Haydn Symphony No 45, in r sharp minor (Farewell)
COLLEGIUM SAGITTARII director DEREK MCCULLOCH
Eiddwen Harrhy (soprano) Derek McCulloch (counter-tenor)
Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor) Tim Rowe (baritone)
Charles Meinardi (violin)
Malcolm Henderson (violin) Ian White
(viola and viola d'amore) Trevor Jones
(viola and tenor viol)
Dennis Nesbitt (bass viol) Francis Baines (violone)
Andrew Parrott (harpsichord) Alastair Ross (organ)
Welt, ade! ich bin dein milde; Lieber Herr Gott : Danket dcm Herrn: Suite No 1 (Studentenmusik. 1655): Kundlich gross ist das gottselige Geheimnis; Herr, wenn ich nur dich habe: Ich bin das Brot des Lebens
ANTHONY GOLDSTONE (piano)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND Part 1 Brahms Tragic Overture
12.39* Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
A weekly news bulletin.
(Repeated: Wednesday 8.0* pm)
Part 2 Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor
Jon Curie with a miscellany of popular works on record.
Including this week music by . Henry Bishop , Coleridge-Taylor, Scott Joplin , Mendelssohn and Elgar, with JOAN SUTHER land, ITZHAK PERLMAN , ANDRÉ PREVIN, and THE SCHOLARS
Evryali, for piano (first broadcast performance in this country)
Linaia Agon, for horn, trombone, and tuba
Nuns. for unaccompanied chorus
Antikhthon (first broadcast performance in this country)
ALEXANDER ABERCROMBIE (piano) ENGLISH BACH FESTIVAL ENSEMBLE Ifor James (horn)
John Iveson (trombone) John Fletcher (tuba)
ENGLISH BACH FESTIVAL SINGERS conductor JOHN MCCARTHY
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH
Last of four programmes In which the pianist is ERNEST LUSH. He partners
PETI:R SCHIDLOF (viola)
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata
Brahms Sonata in E flat major, Op 120 No 2
Charles Fox with records
6.30 The Roof Over Your Head Presented by TRISH WILLIAMS 6: Buying a House
How should you set about purchasing your own home? And why is it so complicated?
7.0 Village Prospects
Explored by BRIAN MILTON
3: Durham's Little Moscow In the 1920s, Chopwell - with its Lenin and Marx Streets - was perhaps the most militant mining village in the North East. Now the mine is closed, but paradoxically the village prospers; and the miners' tied cottages are owner-occupied.
leader BRENDAN O'BRIEN conductor PAAVO BERGLUND PETER KATIN (piano)
Rimsky-Korsakov Overture: A May Night
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5, in E Sat (Emperor)
(1908.1974) in conversation with GEORGE STEEDMAN
9: A Most Successful Mammal M.an has emerged as the most successful animal on this planet, because of his ability to adapt. Dr Bronowski suggests that Man as an animal needs the support of society, but as a man needs the freedom of the individual.
(A BBC Transcription Service production)
(An edited version of this talk will appear in The Listener dated 26 June)
Part 2 Sibelius Symphony No 1, in E minor '
Zindel and Padstaff by BRIAN THOMPSON
BRIDGET: When you and I and Zindel have forged the new society there'll be no more dental caries and no more dentists.
TRITE: Yes, but a few, eh? Say there'll be a few, scattered here and there in unregenerate hamlets, living next door to policemen in hiding, and disguised schoolteachers.
Producer TONY CLIFF (Leeds)
The first of two programmes leading up to the premiere this Thursday of Cannon's Son of Man.
Holst Lullay my liking
Philip Cannon Son of God (three motets to poems by Henry Vaughan : 1956)
Holst This have I done for my true love; The Evening Watch (Henry Vaughan )
Philip Cannon The Temple (triptych to poems by George Herbert: 1974)
BBC SINGERS conducted by KERRY WOODWARD
See also Wednesday 10.25 pm, Thursday 7.30 pm
Philip Cannon was born in Paris in 1929 of a Cornish father and a Burgundian mother. First as a student and now for many years as a teacher he has been associated with the Royal College of Music in London. However, some of the landmarks in his creative life have had a foreign setting.
Concerto in G, Op 13 No 5 INGRID HAEBLER (fortepiano) VIENNA CAPELLA ACADEMICA conducted by EDUARD MELKUS gramophone records