Rossini Overture: William Tell
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted bv FRITZ REINER
8.19* Verdi Ballet Music: I Lombardi
MONTE CARLO OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTONIO DE ALMEIDA
8.44* Cilea intermezzo (Adriana Lecouvreur. Act 2)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARATAN
8.48* Ponchielli Dance of the Hours (La Gioconda)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted bv HERBERT VON KARAJAN
: gramophone records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Contributions by NOËL GOODWIN , JEREMY NOBLE , and MICHAEL BERKELEY , who talks to the harpsichordi,st KENNETH GILBERT.
led by RAYMOND OVENS conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN CHRISTIAN BLACKSHAW (piano)
Mozart Overture: Don Giovanni
10.28* Mozart Piano Concerto No 12, in A major (K 414)
A series of short talks with long thoughts behind them.
Lionel Salter. the BBC's former Assistant Controller, Music, and himself a music critic, reflects on the question of What Makes a Criticf
Part 2 Beethoven Symphony No 3, in E flat major (Eroica)
C. P. E. Bach Concerto in G (Wq 43 No 5)
TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord) directs the ENGI.ISH CONCERT
12.15* Mozart Five Kontretanze (K 6091: EDUARD MEI.KUS ENSEMBLE
12.24* Haydn Symphony No 92, in G (Oxford): VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by KARL BÖHM: records
The Royal Muse Part 1: At Home
Some examples of British royal patronage and involvement in music: royal birthdays celebrated by Purcell (Come, ye sons of Art) and Handel 'Birfhday Ode for Queen Anne): an Indian Coronation marked by Elgar (Crown of India Suite) and songs by two real royals - HENRY VIII and ALBERT PRINCE CONSORT. Introduced by chris TOPHER HOGWOOD. Record requests from the under-20s
Mai Zetterling. actress. film director and writer, says that music is as essential to her as food, sleep and fresh air. ' If I travel in a foreign city I find myself sneaking into music shops and listening to records - I even found myself in the Congo with a little wind-up gramophone.'
Among the records she has chosen are HELEN WATTS singing an aria from Bach's Easter Oratorio, STRAVINSKY conducting his own Symphony of Psalms and PRO MUSICA ANTIQUA playing a group of 13th-century dances.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by TERENCE LOVETT
Rossini Overture: The Silken Ladder
Bach, arr Walton Sheep may safely graze
Lars-Erik Larsson Pastoral Suite Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Offenbach Waltz: Evening Papers
Eigar The Little Bells
Bryan Kelly Divertissement
(violin and piano)
Beethoven Sonata-in G, Op 96 Schubert Fantasia in c (D 934)
Introduced bv Peter Clayton
This week: Michael Billington (in the chair) talks with ROBERT CtlSHMAN. JONATHAN RABAN and BRYAN ROBERTSON.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
The first of six programmes
PETER HURFORD directs the ALBAN SINGERS and this week plays Nos 1-13 on the organs of the Chapel of Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga and Wollongong Town Hall, Australia, gramophone record
Stuart Halt , Director, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. Birmingham University, gives the last of four talks. (12 July: Lord Ashby)
The final concert of the Eighth International Organ Festival NICOLAS KYNASTON (organ) FERDINAND KLINDA (organ)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA associate leader JOSÉ LUIS GARCIA conducted by MEREDITH DAVIES
Part 1 Elgar Introduction and Allegro for strings. Op 47
Sibelius Suite: Rakastava (The Lover). Op 14
Charles Chaynes Concerto for organ, strings, timpani and percussion (first performance in this country)
Donald Milner introduces the first edition of a new programme of press reaction to the week's events, drawn from newspapers round the world.
Part 2 Berkeley Serenade for strings. Op 12
Poulenc Concerto in G minor, for organ, strings and timpani
DAVID BROWN talks about the life, influences and achievements of this great composer of the English madrigal school, Illustrations are sung by the SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY MADRIGAL CHOIR, conduotor DAVID BROWN.
ISIDORE COHEN (violin)
BERNARD GREENHOUSE (cello) MENAHEM PRESSLER (piano)
Haydn Trio in E flat (H xv 29)
Brahms Trio in c minor, Op 101
ARLEEN AUGER (soprano) GUNTHER PASSIN (oboe) DON SMITHERS (trumpet) RIAS CHAMBER CHOIR
BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by UWE GRONOSTAY
Quoniam tu solus sanctus, for soprano, oboe, trumpet and string orchestra; Magnificat, for chorus and orchestra (RIAS, Berlin recording)
Every night before drawing the curtains round the Tester Bed, Mrs Caudle lectures her husband. PATRICIA HUGHES reads the last of DOUGLAS JERROLD 'S pieces.