Mozart. arr Johann Wendt Overture and arias from Act 1 of The Marriage of Figaro LONDON WIND SOLOISTS directed by JACK BRYMER
8.18* Schubert Rondo in A, for violin and strings
JOSEF SUK , ACADEMY OF
ST MARTIN-IN-THE. FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.32* Dvorak Bagatelles for two violins, cello and harmonium: DUMKA TRIO with JOHN WILLISON (violin)
8.48* Brahms, orch Dvorak Hungarian Dances Nos 17, 18, 20 and 21: LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA, conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN : records
Introduced by John Lade
Summer Retrospect (2): GILES BRYANT on recent choral records, STEPHEN DODGSON on recent orchestral issues, and CHARLES OSBORNE on opera.
Mussorgsky, orch Lyadov Gopak (Sorochintsy Fair)
10.18* Mussorgsky, orch Rimsky-Korsakov Intermezzo in B minor
USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EV(;ENY SVETI,ANOV
10.27* Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony No 5, in D minor USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MAXIM SHOSTAKOVICH : records
Piano Sonata in D (D 850) played by ANN SCHEIN
presents for your pleasure a weekly selection of popular classics in performances chosen from over 80 years of gramophone recordings.
The Faithful Shepherd
Pastoral impressions from Vivaldi (ll pastor fido), Scarlatti and Liszt, plus a comparison of four settings of the 23rd Psalm by Schiitz, Schubert, Stanford and Bernstein in today's programme of record requests from the under-20s, introduced by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD.
Dame Margot Fonteyn, prima ballerina, says that her favourite music is light and romantic. Her choice of records reminds her of life in China, friends - particularly in the ballet, and her travels. She includes LENA HORNE singing Honeysuckle Rose, RUBINSTEIN playing Chopin and MARIA CAL-LAS in Verdi's La Traviata.
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by PROINNSIASODUINN Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) Chabrier Suite Pastorale
Borodin, arr Sargent Nocturne in D
Faure Suite: Masques et bergamasques
Beethoven Overture: Prometheus
Donald Milner introduces a programme of press reaction to the week's events, drawn from newspapers round the world.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Paul Bailey (in the Chair). talks with KARL MILLER. JASIA REICHARDT and CHRISTOPHER RICKS Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN
An exercise in literary detection. GERAINT GRUFFYDD selects Welsh translations of familiar lines and verses from English poems, and challenges listeners to identify them.
Ei di'r deryn du
To my dearest love,
Dwed wrth fy nghangen gu
That I'm so deep in love.
A selection of folk songs and peniltion introduced and sung by MEREDITH EVANS with ANITA WILLIAMS , ALED LLOYD DAVIES and MEINIR HEULYN , harpist.
Raymond Williams examines some of the myths and illusions the Welsh have invented and tolerated in trying to define their identity.
conducted by RAE JENKINS with MARTIN JONES (piano) direct from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House. Llandaff before an invited audience
Wagner Overture: Tannhauser
7.20* Richard Roderick-Jones Piano Concerto (first perf.)
A speculation on the nature of the change by Lord Chalfont
Grace Williams Penillion
8.31* Rimsky Korsakov Spanish Caprice
An after-dinner speech by Huw Wheldon recorded in Newport in celebration of the centenary of the Newport Rugby Club.
by CARADOG PHITCHARD translated by MENNA GALLIE and dramatised for radio by JOHN GEORGE
A portrait of life in a Snowdonia slate-quarrying village seen through the eyes of a boy at the end of the first war. ' The strange woman put a small brown-paper parcel tied with string into my hand. " Your mother's clothes," she said. " And here are her rings." I could only stare at the little parcel ... trying to think how they could have got all Mam's clothes into such a small parcel.'
Producer LORRAINE DAVIES
Jennie Pen Cae:
PENDYRUS MALE CHOIR
The brass and percussion of the BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GLYNNE JONES
Schubert Nachtgesang im Walde
10.27* Ian Parrott Song in a Saloon Bar
10.33* David Wynne Owain ab Urien
Portraits from Welsh and Anglo-Welsh poetry.
Selected and introduced by JOHN ORMOND and read by RAY SMITH , CHRISTINE PRITCHARD and JOHN PRYOR