Piano Trio movement in E flat (1784)
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (violin) JACQUELINE DU PRÉ (cello) DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano)
8.9' Six Bagatelles, Op 128; Clavierstiick fiir Elise (WoO 59) ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
8.34* Serenade in D, for flute, violin and viola. Op 25: MAX-ENCE LARRIEU , ARTHUR GRUMIAUX , GEORGES JANZER : records
Handel Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne
HONOR SHEPPARD (soprano) MARY THOMAS (soprano)
ALFRED DELLER (counter-tenor) MARK DELLER (counter-tenor) MAURICE BEVAN (baritone) ORIANA CONCERT CHOIR
AND ORCHESTRA conducted by ALFRED DELLER
9.33* Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor: BEAUX ARTS TRIO
10.15* Schubert The Shepherd on the Rock: ELLY AMELING (soprano); HANS DEINZER (clarinet); JÖRG DEMUS (piano) gramophone records
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN conductor SEIJI OZAWA
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano) Part 1 Beethoven
Overture: Leonora No 3 Piano Concerto No 2
(Repeated: Friday 3.20 pm)
Part 2 Strauss
Symphonic Poem: Ein Helden leben (violin JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN)
(Recording made available by the Boston Symphony Orchestra Transcription Trust)
Competition : Programme 9 Equal Voice Class: Match 1 UK: OLIVE QUANTRtLL SINGERS
Finland : ACADEMIC FEMALE CHOiR, ' LYRAN '
Large Choir Class: Match I
Yugoslavia: CHORUS ' ivo LOLA RIBAR ', BEOGRAD
Finland: HELSINKI CATHEDRAL
Introduced by BERNARD KEEFFE
Let the Peoples Sing is organised by the BBC under the auspices of the EBU.
In three programmes, pianist David Wilde reviews the widely different styles of piano playing represented by some of its leading exponents.
1: Pachmann, Leschetizky and his pupils Paderewski, Schnabel, Mark Hambourg and Moiseiwitsch, Liszt's pupil Lamond. and a forward look to Solomon, (gramophone records)
Le roi malgré lul
Opéra-comique in three acts Libretto by EMILE DE NAJAC and PAUL BURANI
Music by Chabrier
(sung in French)
BBC NORTHERN SINGERS. ChOrUS-master STEPHEN WILKINSON
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by MANUEL ROSENTHAL Repetiteur JOHN WILSON
Producer ERNEST WARBURTON
2.50* Emmanuel Chabrier
ROLLO MYERS talks about the composer of Le roi malgre' lui and his music
3.5* Le roi malgré lui. Act 2
4.5* Chabrier's Paris: LOUIS ALLEN looks at the intellectual and artistic life of the city
4.20* Le roi malgré lui, Act 3
Fifth of six programmes NELLA WISSEMA (violin)
ALAN CIICKSTON (harpsichord)
Handel Sonata No 3, in f major, Op 1 No 12
S.14* Bach French Suite No 1, in D minor (bwv 812); Sonata No 5. in F minor (BWV 1018)
A personal introduction to a minor masterpiece of World Drama by its producer and translator Raymond Raikes with illustrations from the original Greek and in English translation spoken by HEATHER BRIGSTOCKE , High Mistress of St Paul 's School for Girls
Iphigeneia in Aulis is the last play for which Raymond Raikes will be responsible before retiring from the BBC.
by THE TWO EURIPIDES (Father and Son) translated into English metres that correspond with the Greek by RAYMOND RAIKES
With music by ANTHONY BERNARD
Euripides left this play unfinished at his death in 405 BC. It was completed and produced at Athens by one of his sons, whose name was also Euripides, some time between the years 405 and 375 BC.
Agamemnon, Commander in Chief CARLETON HOBBS
His slave NORMAN SHELLEY Menelaus, his brother GODFREY KENTON
A messenger from his wife GABRIEL WOOLF
Clytemnestra. his wife MARJORIE WESTBURY
Iphigeneia, their eldest daughter DENISE BRYER
Achilles. son of Peleus and the sea-goddess Thetis JOHN SHRAPNEL
Chorus of sightseers from Chalkis spoken by JILL BALCON. BETTY BASKCOMB
NICOLETTE BERNARD, MARY LAW, JANE WENHAM and MARY WIMBUSH
With THE TWELVE AEGEAN SINGERS and PHILOMUSICA OF LONDON led by JOHN WILLISON conducted by RAE JENKINS
Scene: Before Agamemnon's tent at Aulis, near a harbour where the Greek fleet is becalmed.
Producer RAYMOND RAIKES
The drawing, from a bowl made in the 2nd century BC, depicts characters from a contemporary production of the play.
(Jill Balcon is in ' A Family and a Fortune ' at the Apollo; Mary Law in ' The Mousetrap' at St Martin's Theatre, London)
followed by an interlude
A concert broadcast direct from the Usher Hall, Edinburgh
TERESA BKRGANZA (mezzo-sop) SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader MICHAEL D. DAVIS conductor ALEXANDER GIBSON
C. P. E. Bach Sinfonia in B flat (wQ 182 No 2)
Monteverdi Addio Roma (L'incoronazione di Poppea)
Vivaldi Aria del Vagante (Giuditta Triumphans)
Haydn Aria di Giannina (Gianna e Bernadone) Haydn Symphony No 61 Preview: page 15
Richard Cobb. Professor of Modern History and Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford, reflects on the life and significance of Robespierre on the occasion of George Rude 's new book on him.
Part 2 Mozart Symphony No 29. in A (K 201); Deh, per questo istante solo; Parto, Parto (La clemenza di Tito)
Geoffrey Skelton , who has recently published a new study of Hindemith, talks about the comgosers relations with the Nazis before the Second World War.
Derek Jewell talks with CHRIS CUTLER. the drummer in HENRY cow. about the band's music and philosophy, with tracks from most of their albums.