Berlioz Royal Hunt and Storm CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF ROYAL
OPERA HOUSE, COVENT GARDEN conducted by COLIN DAVIS
7.15* Faure Ballade , for piano and orchestra: ROBERT CASADESUS
NEWYORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
7.29* Bizet Symphony in c CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MARTINON gramophone records
Beethoven Overture: King Stephen
LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN
8.13* Hummel Concerto in s. for trumpet and orchestra JOHN WILBRAHAM , ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THEFIELDS directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.31* Mozart Divertimento No 11, in D (K 251)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN : records
Carter and Sessions
Sessions Symphony No 8
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by FREDERIK PRAUSNITZ Carter String Quartet No 3 JUlLLIARD QUARTET
Sessions Concertino for chamber orchestra: CONTEMPORARY CHAMBER PLAYERS OF CHICAGO UNIVERSITY, conducted by RALPH SHAPEY : records
An illustrated talk by A.L. Lloyd to precede the series Bartok and his Contemporaries which starts next week. A.L. Lloyd describes how Bartok first became interested in folk music and talks about his collecting activities among the peasants of Hungary, Romania and further afield.
conducted by VERNON HANDLEY IGOR ozim (violin)
Mendelssohn Overture: Athalle
11.26* Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
Lionel Salter , harpsichordist and musicologist, and the BBC's former Assistant Controller of Music, submits some novel thoughts on Bad Performances.
Part 2 Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
12.24* Schumann Symphony No 1, in B flat (Spring)
(A public concert given in the Town Hall, Maesteg, on 11 December 1975, in conjunction with the Welsh Arts Council)
THE SCHOLARS sing a Magnificat by the 15thcentury Walter Lambe , Madrigals and Ballets by Morley, Victorian part songs, and Five carols for five voices by John Joubert.
(From the Friends' Meeting House, Manchester. The seventh of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in assoc with the BBC)
CHRISTIAN FERRAS (Violin)
JEAN CLAUDE AMBROSINI (pianO) Debussy Sonata in G minor Ravel Tzigane
Fantastic opera in three acts Libretto by p. A. VISKOVATOV after the poem by LERMONTOV Music by Anton Rubinstein (sung in Russian)
(first broadcast in this country)
Angel.NINA DERBINA (mezzo-sop) SOVIET RADIO CHORUS AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by BORIS KHAIKIN (Soviet Radio Recording)
3.25* Interval Reading
3.35* The Demon Act 2
4.30* Interval Reading
4.35* The Demon Act 3
David Munrow follows the development of the piano Study as it flourished under the nimble fingers of Czerny, Liszt, Chopin, Schumann, Debussy.
The Wider World
6.30 New series Speculations
An exploration of ideas on the fringes of science.
1: The Influence of Heavenly Bodies
Discussed by DR CHRIS EVANS and PROFESSOR HANS EYSENCK Introduced by PAUL VAUGHAN
Series producer MICHAEL TOTTON
7.0 New series
The Police In Britain
1: People and Systems
The police are the main visible symbol of law and order in this country. How do they see their role? How do they approach their work? What are the main problems they face? And how are they regarded by the public?
In the first of eight programmes, JOHN TUSA talks to policemen in town and country about their day-to-day work and about the careful and painstaking routine on which most successful police work is based.
Series producer GRAHAM TAYAR
KATHRIN GRAF (Soprano)
ELISABETH GLAUSER (contralto) PETER KELLER (tenor) NIKLAUS TOLLER (bass) LUCERNE FESTIVAL CHOIR
SWISS FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conducted by JANOS FERENCSIK Bartok Dance Suite (1923) Liszt Coronation Mass (violin, ANTONIO NUNEZ)
(organ, ERICH VOLLENWYDER ) (Swiss Radio recording)
A new land has ghosts waiting, at the mangrove quays,
The journeys are all inland.
PETER PORTER , the Australian poet and critic, explores his own reactions and those of his fellow countrymen, to the concept of the vast, empty interior of their continent.
First in a series of 18 programmes exploring the duet repertoire from Mozart to Brahms. PETER FRANKL and TAMAS VASARY Mozart Variations in G (K 501)
Schubert Divertissement a la francaise (D 823)
by LOUISE COLLIS with Elizabeth Spriggs as Margery Kempe
In the 15th century, Margery Kempe went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. This account of her visit to the Holy Land is based on her autobiography, the first to be written in English. and on other contemporary sources describing The Jerusalem Journey.
The pilgrims are played by TIMOTHY BATESON , MICHAEL DEACON WILLIAM EEDI. E, EVA HADDON
MALCOLM HAYES. PETER WOODTHORPE and God by JOHN RYE
The music is specially composed and directed by DAVID CAIN Soloist MARTYN HILL
Musicians MARTIN NICHOLLS
ROGER BRENNER , JOHN MITCHELL
Technical assistants PETER NOVIS , ANTHEA DAVIES and ENYD CLOWES Producer SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
Antony Ransome (baritone) David Roblou (harpsichord)
Timothy Mason (baroque cello) Alessandro Scarlatti Cantata:
Olferne Domenico Scarlatti Cantata: Amenissimi prati