Purcell Suite in G LEONHARDT CONSORT directed by GUSTAV LEONHARDT
7.13* Couperin Concert royal No 4, in E minor: ensemble directed by SIGISWALD KUlJKEN
7.30* Avison Concerto in A, Op 6 No 12
HURWITZ CHAMBER ENSEMBLE directed by EMANUEL HURWITZ
7.44* J. C. F. Bach Symphony No 1, in F
COLOGNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by HELMUT MULLER-BRUHL : records
Boieldieu Trio in D
MARIELLE NORDMANN (harp) ANDRE GUII. BERT (flute) CLAUDE BURGOS (cello)
8.24* Duparc Symphonic Poem: Lgnore
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTONIO DE ALMEIDA
8.37* Milhaud Le carnaval d'Aix LUXEMBOURG RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER with CARL SEEMANN (piano) gramophone records
Song: Der Wanderer (D 493)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar) GERALD MOORE (piano)
Fantasia in c (Wanderer) (D 760): MAURIZIO POLI. INI (piano) Song: Waldesnacht (D 708)
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar) GERALD MOORE (piano): records
led by COLIN SAUER conducted by ERICH SCHMID Goehr Little Symphony
Haydn Symphony No 53. in D (L'Impériale)
Second of ten programmes exploring the quartet repertoire of Scandinavia and Iceland.
Berwald Quartet in E flat (1849) SAULESCO QUARTET
Mircea Saulesco (violin) Claes Nilsson (violin) Holger Hanson (viola) Ake Olofsson (cello)
Rangstrom Quartet (1909) CRAFOORD QUARTET
Gert Crafoord (violin) Wille Sundling (violin) Lars Jonsson (viola)
Lars-Olof Bergstrom (cello) gramophone records
by the Israeli pianist ILANA VERED
Beethoven 32 Variations in c minor
Schumann Papillons. Op 2
Haydn Sonata in c (H XVI 48)
VACLAV Hl'DECEK (violin)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR Part 1
Handel Concerto Grosso in G, Op 6 No 1
12.20* Dvorak Violin Concerto in A minor
A wceklv news bulletin of events in the arts abroad.
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6. in B minor (Pathetique)
(A public concert given in St David 's Metropolitan Cathedral, Cardiff, in December 1975)
This week, a programme of four works by the young Brazilian composer Jorge Antunes. recorded during a visit to London last October by the group he founded and directs. the GRUPO DE EXPERIMENT-ACAO MUSICAL DA UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASILIA
Source; FlautatualF (flute, GERALDO MOREIRA ): Trio em la pis: Vivaldia MCMLXXV (all first performances in this country)
in E flat. Op 20 VIENNA OCTET gramophone record
IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
TILFORD BACH FESTIVAL CHOIR
TILFORD BACH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA leader TREVOR WILLIAMS conductor DENYS DARLOW
Der Herr ist mit mir; Dixit Dominus: Trauermusik auf den Tod des Johannes Buxte hude; Jesu, meine Freude
Tod Des Johannes
The best of present-day jail on records.
Introduced by Charles Fox
David Munrow continues this week's Romeo and Juliet theme with the opera by Gounod.
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
Work and Training
Organising the Organisation
Six programmes on the nature and management of large scale organisations
Presented by ROBERT HELLER
2: Who Does What - and Whyt How do organisations work in terms of roles, responsibilities, power and delegation?
7.0 New series Citizens' Advice
Five programmes on the day-to-dav work of the Citizens' Advice Bureaux - the problems they deal with, the help they provide, and the people who provide it.
Presented by HELENE CURTIS 1: People and Problems
What special services are provided by Citizens' Advice Bureaux? How do they differ from other advice and information agencies?
Series producer DENNIS SIMMONS
The monthly musical entertainment in which Antony Hopkins puts questions about music to JANET PRICE. BERNARD KEEFFE and JOHN RUST. Recorded in St Helier, at the invitation of the Jersey Ladies Choir. Questions devised by BRIAN GEAR
Series producer ROY HAYWARD BBC Bristol
direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by BERNARD HAITINK with PETER KATIN (piano) Part 1
Haydn Symphony No 95, in C minor
Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini
"In my youth, poetry came flooding in like a healing tide in the desert of my personality."
John Wain, Professor of Poetry at Oxford University, gives the first in a series of three talks in which poets reflect on their approach to their work.
Ravel Daphnis and Chloe: Suites 1 and 2
Marius Goring in Bridges
A play written for stereo by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN with music by the author
John Woodman , the organist, finds himself locked in his cathedral at night. In the darkness his personal problems rise up to confront him but an unexpected encounter helps him to cross the bridge into the future. with TRINITY BOYS CHOIR director DAVID SQUIBB LONDON VOICES
TIMOTHY FARRELL (organist) conducted by CHRISTOPHER WHELEN
Producer RAYMOND RAIKKS Preview: page 15
Dawson, a cathedral verger:
Dr John Woodman:
Gilkes, a choirboy:
Miss Salop, a cleaner:
Jane Woodman, John's wife:
Mrs Bryant, a neighbour:
Mrs Woodman, John's mother:
Mr Woodman, John's father:
Henry Dodd, a previous organist:
Sonata for two cellos played by MAUD TORTELIER RAPHAEL SOMMER
Trio in c minor, Op 8 played by MEMBERS OF THE MUSIC GROUP OF LONDON
Jack Brymer (clarinet) Alan Civil (horn)
David Parkhouse (piano)