Beethoven Elegiac Song, Op 118:
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas
7.13* Goldmark Violin Concerto in A minor
Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Harry Blech
7.45* Mozart Concert Aria: Non piu; Tutto ascoltai (K 490)
Margaret Price (soprano) Dennis Simons (violin)
London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by James Lockhart
Mozart Concert Aria: Ch'io mi scordi di te (K 505)
MARGARET PRICE (Soprano)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA directed by JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
8.16* Strauss Suite in B flat, for 13 wind instruments. Op 4 NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE conducted by EDO DE WAART
8.40* Sibelius Symphonic Poem: Night-ride and sunrise
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
At Santa Maria Maggiore
Motet: Veni sponsa Christi
Choir of St John's College, Cambridge
conducted by George Guest
Motets: Hodie Beata Virgo
Maria: Senex puerum portabat
Choir of King's College, Cambridge
conducted by David Willcocks
Kyrie and Agnus Dei (Missa de Beata Virgine)
Spandauer Kantorei, conducted by Martin Behrmann
Choir of St John's College,
Choir of King's College,
Stanford Rhapsody in B major (Beatrice), Op 92 No 2
Liszt Two Threnodies: The cypresses of the Villa d'Este I and II: The fountains of the Villa d'Este (Années de pelerinage)
Stanford Rhapsody in A minor (Francesca), Op 92 No 1
The last of a series of five programmes in which the Allegri String Quartet play chamber music by Mozart.
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET with CECIL ARONOWITZ (viola) Quartet in B flat (K 589) Quintet in C (K 515)
11.30* Interval Reading
11.35* Mozart: Part 2 Quartet in F (K 590)
Cardew Robinson reflects on some of the things we say,
leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON GARRICK OHLSSON (piano) Part 1
Chopin Piano Concerto No 1, in E minor
A weekly news bulletin. (Repeated: Wed 8.10 pm)
Shostakovich Symphony No 5
James Fulkerson (trombone)
Berio: Sequenza V, for trombone
Alfredo del Monaco: Syntagma A (1972), for trombone and electronic tape
John Anthony Celona: Multi-phony III (1972), for trombone
Stockhausen: Gesang der Junglinge, for electronic tape (record)
James Fulkerson: Patterns VII (1972), for trombone
Cage: Solo for Sliding Trombone (from Piano Concert) with Fontana Mix
(first broadcast performances of del Monaco, Celona, Fulkerson works)
John York Skinner (counter-tenor)
Timothy Farrell (chamber organ)
Trevor Jones (bass viol)
Humfrey: Lord, I have sinned; O the sad day: Sleep, downy sleep, come close mine eyes; A Hymne to God the Father
Schutz: Ich danke dem Herrn; Was hast du verwirket?; Bringt her dem Herrn (Kleine geistliche Konzerte)
RIAS Chamber Cchoir
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
conducted by Witold Lutoslawski and Antoni Wit
Musique funebre a la memoire de Bela Bartok
Trois poemes d'Henri Michaux (conducted by Antoni Wit)
Livre pour orchestre
(Part of a concert recorded in the Philharmonic Hall, Berlin, on 25 April)
(RIAS Berlin recording)
Charles Fox with records
with David Munrow Hungary under the Habsburg rule. The rebellion of Prince Rackoczy and the first great national composer: FRANZ LISZT.
Work and Training
6.30 Who Manages?
Six programmes which examine the changing nature and practice of management. Presented by DR STUART TIMPERLEY , Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Manpower Studies, London Business School.
6: Management and Participation
Series producer GORDON HUTCHINGS
7.0 Teaching Adults to Read 8: Problems and Solutions
A look at some of the difficulties you may face in your teaching.
Presented by RUTH LESIRGE
Series producer CHRIS LONGLEY
(BBC Adult Literacy Handbook Â£ 1.10, from bookshops. Volunteers write to: [address removed]
A musical entertainment in which Antony Hopkins puts questions about music to JOHN DANKWORTH , IAIN SUTHERLAND and CARLOS BONELL.
Recorded at the house of John Dankworth, at the invitation of the Wavendon All Music Plan.
Questions devised by BRIAN GEAR Series producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM Beethoven Overture : Prometheus
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4, in G major
Three Englishmen who grew up in working-class society, in three different areas between 1920 and 1960, reflect on these worlds of their childhood in the light of today's world.
John Gorman talks about growing up in the East End in the 30s and 40s.
Part 2 Schumann Symphony No 3, in E flat major (Rhenish)
Paal Brekke's poem sequences, adapted for radio by Gerhard Knoop, and translated from the Norwegian by Ian Rodger with Sybil Thorndike as Tilde Lund. Eventide Home.
Where the evenings are calm and the pills rattle.
And a beautiful setting sun smiles down on the home at dusk.
In heavenly peace, old children, taking care of each other's hands.
Squinting into the light, pious in their churchgoing clothes.
Dr Olram / Pastor Arnesen:
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Bartok and Kodaly Part songs and folk song settings (sung in Hungarian)
BBC Singers (women's voices) conducted by Gordon Kember
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gyorgy Lehel
(Hungarian Radio recording)
BBC Singers (women's