Folk Songs: Charlie is my darling; To the blackbird; Come, fill, fill. my good fellow; Lochnagar; Sion, the son of Evan;
The return to Ulster
EDITH MATHIS (soprano)
JULIA HAMARI (mezzo-soprano) ALEXANDER YOUNG (tenor)
DIETRICH FlSCHER .DIESKAU (bar) KARL ENGEL (piano)
ANDREAS RdHN (Violin) GEORG DONOERER (CellO)
8.15* Piano Trio in E flat. Op 70 No 2: DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano) PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (violin) JACQUELINE DU PRE (cello) gramophone records
Listeners' record requests Dvorak Te Deum , Op 103 MARIA OLIVARES (soprano) GIANNI MAFFEO (baritone)
CZECH PHILHARMONIC CHORUS
PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by VACLAV SMETACEK
S.25* Poulenc L embarquement pour Cythere: BRACHA EDEN and ALEXANDER TAWIR (pianos)
9.29* Bach Concerto in D minor, for two violins and orchestra (bwv 1043) (mono)
YEHUDI MFNURIN (violin) GEORiGES ENESCO (violin)
PARIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERRE MONTEUX
9.46* Milhaud Suite: Scaramouche: WALTER and BEATRICE KLIEN (pianos)
9.57* Bartok Divertimento for string orchestra: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN.IN.TlIE-FIEl.DS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
10.21* Weinberger Polka and Fugue (Schwanda the Bag-piper): BRACHA EDEN and ALEXANDER TAMIR (pianos)
NORMA PROCTER (contralto) WOMEN'S AND BOYS' VOICES OF ST HEDWIG'S CATHEDRAL
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by CENNADI ROZMDESTVENSKT Part 1: 1st movement
11.1* Interval Reading
11.5* Mahler: part 2 2nd 6th movements
(Recording made available by Sender Freies Berlin)
Margaret Drabble reflects on some of the things we say.
(Repeated: Friday 4.45* pm)
International Choral Competition: Programme 7
Youth Class: Match 6
Canada: A CAPPELLA CHOIR OF the MENNONITE BRETHREN BIBLE COL
Sweden: ST JACOBS UNGCOMSKOR Mixed Voice Class: Match 6
Austria: A CAPPELLA CHOR VILLACH New Zealand: HAMILTON CIVIC
Adjudicators CHARLES BURDSALL (BBC); CLIFFORD BRIDGES (ABC); GEORGI MINCHEV (Bulgarian Radio and Television): DRAGISA SAVIC (JRT): NIKI VASKOLA (YLE); FRANÇOIS VERCKEN (Radio France) Introduced by BERNARD KEEFFE Producer ANTHONY PHILPOTT
Let the Peoples Sing is organised by the BBC under the auspices of the EBU.
The last of four analytical lectures from Leeds University in which Hans Keller discusses tn depth Beethoven's String Quartet in B flat major. Op 130. Having considered the work movement by movement in his earlrer talks, in this concluding programme he will be looking at the work as a whole.
Tchaikovsky Overture: The Storm
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by YURI KRASNAPOLSKY
1.11* Taneyev Suite de concert DAVID OISTRAKH (violin) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by NICOLAI MALKO
1.56* Glaznnov Finnish Fantasy MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV : gramophone records
(piano): Part 1
Soler Sonata in G minor: Sonata in n flat major
Granados El fandango de candil; Quejos 6 la maja y el ruisenor; El pelele (Goyescas) Albeniz El Albaicin (Iberia, Book 3); Rondena; Triana (Iberia, Book 2)
The Autobiography of James Agate
A series of readings from the diaries of James Agate
3: Glyndebourne;Rachmaninov; cricket: Shaw; Shakespeare Reader Reader CARLETON HOBBS
Part 2 Ravel
Valses nobles et sentimentales; Alborada del gracioso (Miroirs); Suite: Gaspard de la nuit
(Recorded at the Assembly Rooms, during the 1974 Bath Festival!
Last of six programmes with music by Zemlinsky VIVIEN TOWNLEY (soprano) THOMAS HEMSI. EY i baritone) BBC .SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted By BERNHARD KLEE
Weber Overture: DerFreischiitz Zemlinsky Lyric Symphony, in seven songs, for soprano, baritone and orchestra
bv JON SILKIN
Read hy Nigel Anthony
Miriam Margolyes , John Rowe ' There is no language, some say, that could speak of this. And some no language that should speak.'
Finn and Kye await the birth of their first child with joy. But he is born without recognisable intelligence and dies while still a baby. Under unbearable strain their marriage starts to crack. Stein, a Buchenwald survivor tells them how he has seen humanity triumph even there. In describing it, he liberates himself from the past.
Producer JOHN SCOTNEY followed by an interlude
direct from the Royal Albort'Hall MONTEVERDI CHOIR
MONTEVERDI ORCHESTRA leader NON LIDDELL conductor John Eliot Gardiner Part 1 Handel Concerto Grosso No 28. in F major (a due chori) Motet: Silete venti
JII.L GOMEZ (soprano)
SIR LENNOX BERKELEY SaVS :
ODÖN VON HORVÁTH, the Hungarian-born novelist and playwright. was killed by a falling tree in a thunderstorm on the Champs Elysees in 1938. DAVID PHILIPS describes the curious circumstances surrounding the poet's death; and argues that Horvath's novels and plays have been unjustly neglected in this country.
Part 2 Rameau
Continuo: MARILYN SANSOM (cello), BARRY GUY (double-bass), NICHOLAS KRAEMER (harpsichord and organ)
JONATHAN HINDEN (harpsichord)
by novelist, critic and film-writer Frederic Raphael ' The writer/physician seeks to cheat the mortality he so ruthlessly diagnoses in others. All human philosophy is nothing but sugar water, he teUs us, but he goes on taking the pills.' followed by an interlude
Concerto for cello and orchestra
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT : records
Sargent's Wit and Wisdom: Tues 11.45 am Radio 4
Dave Bell of Decameron talks to DEREK JEWELL about the band and its music, plus tracks from their albums ' Mammoth Special,' ' 'Say Hello to the Band ' and ' Beyond the Days.'