Mozart Piano Concerto No 18. in B flat (K 456)
GEZA ANDA directing the SALZBURG MOZARTEUM
7.36* Haydn Symphony No 34. in D minor
PHILUARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
Mendelssohn Overture: Ruy Bias: SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET
8.14* Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo theme, for cello and orchestra: PAUL TORTELlER NORTHERN SINFONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by YAN PASCAL TORTELIER
8.33* Weber Symphony No 1, in c: NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by WILFRIED BOETTCHER : records
Schumann Papillons , Op 2
9.19. Waldszenen, Op 82 WILHELM KEMPFF (piano) gramophone records
Hugh Maguire (violin) David Roth (violin)
Patrick Ireland (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello) with THEA KING (clarinet)
Haydn Quartet in G. Op 77 No 1 Britten Quartet No 1. in D
10.35* Interval Reading
10.40* Allegri String Quartet Part 2
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A (K 581)
BBCMusicGuide:Mozart Chamber Music, 50p from bookshops
leader PETER THOMAS conducted by PINCIIAS STEINBERG BERNADETTE GREEVY (contralto) Brahms Tragic Overture
11.39* Elgar Sea Pictures
R. W. Burchfield , Editor, OED Supplement
Schumann Symphony No 3. !n E flat (Rhenish)
(Public concert given In St David 's Metropolitan Cathedral, Cardiff, on 8 October)
KENNETH BOWEN (tenor) with PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Schumann Song-cycle: Dichterliebe, Op 48
Britten Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Op 22
(From the Library Theatre, Bradford. The third of 12 concerts promoted by Metropolitan Bradford Libraries in association with the BBC)
BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONYORCHESTRA leader MARTIN JONES conducted by RUDOLF SCHWARZ Part 1
Overture and Ballet music (Prometheus)
Symphony No 8, in F major
2.50* Interval Reading
2.55* Beethoven Part 2
Symphony No 5, in c minor
The last of three programmes to mark the centenary of his birth
Sonata for violin and cello
Berceuse sur le nom de Faurd, for violin and piano
Piano Trio in A minor
TUNNELL PIANO TRIO
John Tunnell (violin)
Charles Tunnell (cello) Susan Tunnell (piano)
Hosianna dem Sohne Davids An Wasserfliissen Babylon Nisi Dominus
Ach Herr, lass deine lieben
Engelein Dominus illuminatio mea MARTINDALE SIDWELL CHOIR JURGEN HESS (violin)
MARJORIE LAVERS (viplin) JAYE CONSORT OF VIOLS Francis Baines
(treble viol and violone)
Elizabeth Baines (treble viol) Peter Vel (tenor viol) Jane Ryan (bass viol)
Desmond Duprg (bass viol) ALASTAIR ROSS (organ) conductor MARTINDALE SIDWELL
with David Munrow
The emergence of the trombone from its lonely position as a " special-effect ' instrument to that of a regular member of the orchestra.
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
The Wider World
6.30 Foreign Correspondent
A weekly study on a topic of current international significance.
Presented by GRAHAM TAYAR
6.50 Hawks and Doves
Eight studies by GEOFFREY BEST Professor of History in the School of European Studies. University of Sussex.
6: Jean Monnet and International Community
'So far as the peace or war question goes, Monnet's basic principle is that thoughts of war between your group and any other group evaporate in proportion as they and you are tied together by common institutions enabling a common pursuit of what fundamentally matters most to you all.'
Oratorio in four parts Music by Haydn Libretto by BARON VAN SWIETEN adapted from the poem by JAMES THOMSON
(sung in English: records)
BBC CHORUS AND SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
8.40* The Perfect Year
It was only with reluctance that the ageing Haydn undertook an oratorio based on James Thomson 's poem ' The Seasons' but as the work progressed he found his interest captured.
Pat Rogers. Professor of English at University College of North Wales, Bangor, argues that it was Thomson's handling of the idea of the Seasons that presented it in stimulating form to the 18th-century imagination.
9.0* The Seasons Part 2
Maker of Signs
Compiled and introduced by PETER ORR with autobiographical recollections recorded by DAVID JONES for the British Council and for Jon Silkin.
David Jones , poet and painter, died a year ago, a few days before his 80th birthday. His two great works ' In Parenthesis ' and ' The Anathemata,' with their powerful symbolic content are not easy to grasp; and for most of his life he remained virtually unknown. But in recent years he has been increasingly recognised as a major poet in the Anglo-Celtic tradition.
Producer DOUGLAS CLEVERDON followed by an interlude
Symphonic Poem by the Norwegian composer Fartein Valen , inspired by Paul Val éry's famous poem.
NORTH GERMAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by MOSHE ATZMON
(Norwegian Radio recording from the Bergen Festival)