Grétry Overture: Le magnifique
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
7.17* Vivaldi Concerto in c (p 16) GIOVANNI VICATI (violin) CARLO DE FILLIPIS (violin) NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
7.29* Mozart Serenade In c minor (K 388)
LONDON WIND SOLOISTS directed by JACK BRYMER gramophone records
Berlioz Overture: Les francsjuges
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
8.19* Rimsky-Korsakov Piano Concerto in c sharp minor IGOR ZHUKOV MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKT
8.31* Janacek Sinfonietta" BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK gramophone records
Brahms Motet : Warum 1st das Licht gegeben dem Muhseligen. Op 74 No 1
HAMBURG MONTEVERDI CHOIR conducted by JÜRGEN JÜRGENS Cantata: Rinaldo JAMES KING (tenor) AMBROSIAN CHORUS
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO gramophone records
leader ARTHUR LEAVINS conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
A light music programme emphasising work by living British composers.
James Langley Overture and Beginners
Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia
Anthony Hedges Ayrshire Serenade
Schubert Entr'acte In B flat (Rosamunde)
David Morgan Partita FaurS Pavane
Eric Hughes Prelude to a Festival
A concert broadcast direct from the Freemasons' Hall, Edinburgh
ALLEGRI QUARTET Part 1
Shostakovich String Quartet No 8, in c minor
Hans Gal String Quartet No 4
11.55* Festival Comment
Contributors drawn from among the critics, performers and personalities in Edinburgh this week, talk about Festival issues and events.
Presenter ELAINE PADMORE
Final programme: next Sunday evening
12.10* Edinburgh International Festival: Part 2
Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2 (Rasumovsky)
A personal preview by PETER BARKER of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by OLE SCHMIDT Part 1 Nielsen
Symphony No 1, in G minor
A series of short talks with long thoughts behind them.
Edward Greenfield talks about The Musician: his Music and his Personality
Part 2 Brahms
Symphony No 2, In D major followed by an interlude
A series in which British composers talks about themselves and their work.
Summer is coming BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE Contrasts
JEROME ROSE (piano)
Six Studies of Francis Bacon BRNO STATE PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by DENIS BURKH
(Recording made available by courtesy of Czech Radio)
Chuench'i: a cycle of songs from the Chinese
MARNI NIXON (soprano) JOHN MCCABE (piano) gramophone record
(piano) Part 1
Tomkins A sad Pavan for these Distracted Times
Beethoven Rondo in G, Op 51 No 2
Chopin Polonaise in E flat minor: Nocturne in D flat; Mazurka in c sharp minor. Op 41 No 1: Mazurka in A minor, Op 17 No 4; Scherzo in B minor
Part 2 Mussorgsky
Pictures from an Exhibition
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
6.30 Music and the Spirit
In the third of four programmes LEONARD PEARCEY COntinues his exploration of the connections between musical and spiritual experience, with REV DONALD REEVES , and song-writer DONALD SWANN
7.10 The ABC of Education
A series for parents on the aims and methods of education in Britain today.
Presented by JOHN BROWN
14: Are exams really neces. sary
To what extent is the pattern of education determined by examination requirements?
Schubert Symphony No 8, in B minor i Unfinished)
BERLIN STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by LEO BLECH
One of many sets of gramophone records made during Leo Blech 's ten years as musical director of the Berlin State Opera, 1926-1936.
direct from (i Westminster I Cathedral, N London
PATRICIA SOWDEN-PRICE (mezzo-soprano) BBC SINGERS director JOHN POOLE
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ELI GOREN conducted by John Poole
Tallis Motet in 40 parts: Spem in alium numquam habui Taverner Magnificat a 6 John Tavener Ultimos Ritos
SIR LENNOX BERKELEY says:
A year it was of barbarities each heaped on the other like stones.
John Balaban discusses his Vietnam poems with ROBIN HOLMES.
As a conscientious objector working among the Vietnamese, JOHN BALABAN was able to see and record a subtle and complex civilisation unnoticed by the cameras. The programme includes readings of his own poems, his translations of traditional lyrics and his recordings of the Vietnamese singers themselves.
Readers HUGH DICKSON and BILL BAILEY
Producer JOHN SCOTNEY followed by an interlude
This week: conversations with SIMON BAINBRIDGE , and CHRISTOPHER HUNT on his new appointment at Covent Garden. Introduced by John Amis Producers DENYS GUEROULT and NATALIE WHEEN
HALLÉ ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLL1 gramophone records