Mozart Piano Concerto No 22. in E flat (K 482): GEZA ANDA (piano) directing the CAMERATA ACADEMICA OF THE
7.40* Haydn Symphony No 32, in C: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
Poulenc Ballet Suite: Les biches
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS FRÉMAUX
8.25* Sainf-Sacns Introduction and Rondo capriccioso, for violin and orchestra ITZHAK PERLMAN
THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MARTINON
8.35* Respighi Symphonic Poem: Pines of Rome
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ gramophone records
Dowland Lachrimae or Seven
Teares Dowland 's famous collection of Pavans and other dances performed on lute and viols by members of the SCHOLA CAN-TORUM BASILIENSIS, director AUGUST WCNZINGER.
Second of five programmes RONALD LUMSDEN (piano) LINDSAY STRING QUARTET
Bartok Improvisations on Hungarian peasant songs. Op 20
Kodaly Piano pieces, Op 11 Nos 1. 2. 3. 5 and 6 10.15* Bartok Quartet No 2
played by the BRASS QUINTET OF L'ORCHESTRE NATIONAL DE FRANCE Lully Overture: Cadmus et Hermione
Overtures and dances from the Court of Versailles in the reign of Louis XIV
Poulenc Sonata for horn, trumpet and trombone
Patrice Sciartino Suite en rouge (first performance in this country)
Josquin des Près Motet et fanfare royale followed by an interlude
leader BELA DEKANY conductor PIERRE BOULEZ
Webern Passacaglia , Op 1
Schoenberg Five Pieces, Op 16
Peter Gellhorn , conductor and pianist, asks. 'Does the composer have the last word?'
Part 2 Ravel Daphnis and Chloë (complete orchestral version)
FRANCOIS DUCHABLE (piano)
Beethoven 32 Variations. in a minor on an original theme
Chopin Ballade No 4. in r minor, Op 52; Nocturne in c minor, Op 48 No 1: Etude in A minor. Op 25 No 11
Schumann Four pieces from Fantasiestiicke, Op 12 Debussy L'isle joyeuse
(From the Friends' Meeting House. The eighth of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC)
Opera in three acts Music by Puccini
Libretto by GIUSEPPE ADAMI (sung in Italian: records)
RCA ITALIANA OPERA CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by FRANCESCO MOLINARI-PRADELLI Acts 1 and 2
JACK BRYMER (clarinet) BRUNO GIURANNA (viola) PETER PETTINGER (piano)
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata
Brahms Clarinet Sonata in I flat, Op 120 No 2
4.35* Interval Reading
4.45* Recital Part 2
Wellesz Prelude. Op 112. for viola (first performance in this country)
Mozart Trio in E flat (K 498)
Naught so sweet as melancholy David Munrow talks about the prevailing mood which characterised the era, and the music, of John Dowland.
The Wider World
An exploration of ideas on the fringes of science.
3: Speculating through Science Fiction
How science fiction can usefully explore possible futures for mankind. Discussed by DR CHRIS EVANS and EDMUND COOPER. Introduced by PAUL VAUGHAN
7.0 The Police In Britain
Third of eight programmes
3: The Making of a Policeman Is it true that the police force is in the main a working-class organisation? How are policemen trained to meet the needs that the community expects? Are the police as a whole well enough educated to run an effective and managerially demanding modern force? JOHN TUSA talks to senior police officers responsible for training and to policemen who have passed through the system, and examines the standards applied in recruitment and promotion.
CHRISTOPHER ADEY Conducts the BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in the second of six programmes each including a Symphonic Poem from Smetr ana's Ma vlast and a Martinu Symphony.
Smetana Symphonic Poem: Vltava (Ma vlast)
Martinu Symphony No 2
(28 January: Sarka and Symphony No 3)
by Dr Derwent Mercer of the Department of Physics, University of Southampton
At the age of 24 years. OLIVER HEAVISIDE retired from a comfortable job to teach himself science. He undertook research, produced startling results,butthescientific establishment shunned him. He continued in the face of opposition, became eccentric and solitary, and when recognition came he was near to poverty. He died 50 years ago. and only now are we beginning to understand the implications of his work.
(mezzo-soprano) with Ricardo Requejo (piano) Carlssimi No. no, non-si speri
Alessandro Scarlatti Le violette Pergolesi Se tu m'ami; Confusa. smarrita (Catone in Utica)
Rossini Anzoleta , avanti la regata (La regata veneziana)
Wolf Verborgenheit ; Der Gartner; Lebewohl; Mausfallen-Spruchlein (Morike Lieder); In dem Schatten meiner Locken; Kopfchen, Kopfchen, nicht gewimmert; Ob auch finstre Blicke glitten; Sagt, seid Ihr es, feiner Herr (Spanisches Liederbuch)
9.10* Interval Reading
9.20* Recital Part 2
Fauré L'absent; Mandoline; Apres un reve; Fleur jetee
Granados De aquel majo amante (La maja dolorosa); El majo timido; Oh muerte cruel (La maja dolorosa); El tra la la y el punteado
Montsalvatge Cinco Canciones negras
(A public recital recorded at the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden, in February 1975)
by ARTHUR SCHNITZLER
A miniature playlet by the great Austrian dramatist of the turn of the century.
Producer MARTIN ESSLIN
ALFREDO CAMPOLI , LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE COMPOSER: record
A. D. Hope
This programme, broadcast in conjunction with The New Australian Drama. illustrates the work of perhaps the best-known of contemporary Australian poets.
Compiler KEARILY NOLAN Reader KERRY FRANCIS Producer JOHN SCOTNEY
(Postponed from 6 December)
American marches played In their original instrumentation by the INCREDIBLE COLUMBIA ALL-STAR BAND, conducted by GUNTHER SCHULLER.
Reeves Second Connecticut Regiment March
Ives March Intercollegiate Sousa Semper fidelis