Early One Morning
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD introduces a selection of records appropriate to the hour of the day: Le reveil-matin (Couperin), Purcell's Morning Hymn, Haydn's Symphony No 6 (Le matin), a Galliard for the Sons of the Morning (Vaughan Williams) plus a Hygienic Prelude for Morning Use by Rossini.
Introduced by John Lade
Building a library: Mozart's Piano Concerto in C minor (K 491), by STEPHEN DODGSON.
A new series of French recordings now available in this country, reviewed by ROBERT HENDERSON.
To include a number of records from this morning's Record Review.
between the wars
RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT (pianos) Willem Pijper Sonata for two pianos (1935)
Alfredo Casella Pupazzetti
Germaine Tailleferre Jeux de plein air
Lennox Berkeley Capriccio. Nocturne and Polka
presents for your pleasure a weekly selection of popular classics, chosen from over 75 years of gramophone recordings.
Donald Milner introduces a programme of press reaction to the week's events.
Third of six monthly concerts in St John's, Smith Square
Palestrina Hodie Christus natus est. for double choir: 0 magnum mysterium la 6): Domine in virtute tua. for double choir: Nunc Dimiltis, for three choirs Christopher Brown Hodie Sal- vator apparuit: a sequence for Christmas
Bach Singet dem Herrn BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE with CECIL JAMES (bassoon)
JENNIFER WARD CLARKE (cello) FRANCIS BAINES (double-bass) TIMOTHY FARRELL (organ)
(A public concert given on 15 December. Tickets for the concerts, which start at 6.30 pm, are available from [address removed], or a< the door, 80p. Next concert: 26 January)
Sir Duncan Wilson. Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. chooses records mainly with personal associations. He includes choral music by Gibbons and Britten, CHARLES PANZÉRA singing Faure. and RADU LUPU playing Mozart. Also he recalls his time in Moscow, where he was British Ambassador. with records of RICHTER playing Schumann, and ROSTRO-POVICH in the role of cellist (Rachmaninov's Vocalise), accompanist (Tchaikovsky's At the ball), and conductor (Shostakovich's 14th Symphony).
Ravel Alborada del gracioso
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2, in F minor
Stravinsky Ballet Suite: Petrushka (1947)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONYORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
Introduced by Peter Clayton
by VIRGINIA BROWNE: an English family saga based on unpublished letters and memoirs written between 1683 and 1883. Narrated by Robert Hardy
3: America to England 1767-76. and STEVEN DAWSON
Music composed and conducted by JEREMY LUBBOCK
Producer CHRISTOPHER VENNING
William Pepperrell III:
With HAYNE RYAN;:
Anthony Thwaite (in the Chair), talks with MICHAEL BIL-LINGTON . STUART HALL and BRYAN ROBERTSON.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
TragÃ©die lyrique in five acts Libretto by PHILIPPE QUINAULT , after
TASSO Music by Gluck (sungin French)
BBC SINGERS, director JOHN POOLE Repetiteurs ALEXA MAXWELL and GEORGE BADACSCONYI
French coach PAMELA STIRLING BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS Producer JULIAN BUDDEN Acts I and 2
Alan Ryan , Fellow and Lecturer in Politics at New College, Oxford, gives the first of four fortnightly talks.
In this series of monthly portraits. Radio 3 takes a closer look at major figures visiting this country for some creative purpose. This month: Professor Xavier de Salas, Director of the Prado
Museum in Madrid, who Is mounting the exhibition. The Golden Age of Spanish Painting, which opens at the Royal Academy next Saturday. Producer TONY SCOTLAND
Sonata in c, for violin (BWV 1005) played by ARTHUR GRUMIAUX : record