Purcell. ed Britten Chaeonne in G minor
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by BENJAMIN BRITTEN
7.13* Tartini Flute Concerto in G SEVERINO GAZZELLONI, I MUSICI
7.26* Schubert Symphony No 6, in c: VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ : records
Copland El Salon Mexico: NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.17' Barber Adagio for strings BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MUNCH
8.49* Gershwin Piano Concerto in F: ANDRÉ PREVIN , who also conducts the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: records
Symphonic Poem: Pour une fete de printemps: THE PARIS orchestra, conducted by JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT
9.16* Symphony No 2. in B flat, Op 23: FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN MARTINON: records
Music from Amphion anglicus DELLER CONSORT
Shepherds deck your crooks; Ah, heav'n, what is't I hear?; Kellsea Coom ; Tell me no more; Go, perjur'd man; The self banish'd; Couch'd by the pleasant Helliconian spring; Cloe found Amintas; Poor Celadon; Sing, sing ye Muses
led by COLIN SAUER conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR JANET HILTON (clarinet)
Beethoven Twelve Contretanze Busoni Clarinet Concertino in B flat, Op 48
Mozart Symphony No 40, in G minor (K 550)
Ludvig Norman Quartet in A minor
Dag Wirén Quartet No 5 SAULESCO QUARTET: records
direct from the City Hall DAVID WILDE (piano)
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by DAVID
ATHERTON Tchaikovsky , arr Stravinsky Bluebird pas de deux (The Sleeping Beauty)
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1. in B flat minor, Op 23
A weekly news bulletin. (Repeated: Wed 11.5 pm)
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 7, in E flat (1892) (reconstructed from sketches and edited by Bogatyryev)
Helmut Eder Cadunt Umbrae. for contralto, women's choir, tape and orchestra
INGRID MAVR (contralto)
WOMEN'S VOICES OF THE AUSTRIAN RADIO CHOIR. AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MILAN HORVAT (Austrian Radio recording)
Zsolt Durko Oraison funèbre. for tenor, baritone, chorus and orchestra: ATTILA FÜLÖP (tenor) ENDRE UTO (baritone)
HUNGARIAN RADIO CHOIR, HUNGARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GYÖRGY LEHEL
(Hungarian Radio recording)
(first broadcasts in this country)
(First of a short series with music heard at the International Music Council's 1975 Rostrum of Composers)
(piano) Part of a recital from last year's Carinthian Summer Festival
Impromptus Chopin , transe Liszt Two Polish Songs: My sweetheart; A maiden's wish
Liszt Ballade No 2. In B minor (Austrian Radio recording)
Derek Hammond-Stroud Intro duces a handful of the shorter. comprimafto roles from his repertory including Benoit, Faninal, Napoleon, Don Mag nifico, Sharpless and Fra Melitone: records.
Charles Fox with records.
with David Munrow
Albert marries Queen Victoria and they befriend the most popular composer of the time, Felix Mendelssohn.
Work and Training
6.30 Organising the Organisation Six programmes on the nature and management of large-scale organisations.
Presented by ROBERT HELLER 4: Conflict
Is conflict inevitable in large organisations? What are its origins and how can it be resolved? Is conflict necessarily a bad thing?
7.0 pm Citizens' Advice
Five programmes on the day-to-day 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 3: Training for the Job
How wide is the range of work open to volunteers in a bureau, and what sort of training do they receive for this?
Verdi died 70 years ago today. Richard Osborne looks back on his achievement and examines the way in which our picture of him has changed in the last few years.
DANIEL BARENBOlM (piano)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conductor BERNARD HAITINK Part 1
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in d minor
' Even my closed eyelids were filled with the ruddy glare of blood.'
(MRS FANNY DUBERLEY, after the battle of Balaclava)
Patricia Beer. poet and critic. compares the lives of army wives in reality and fiction in the 19th century, and concludes that beside the factual accounts, fiction can seem simplistic and contrived.
Part 2 Brahms
Piano Concerto No 2, in B flat
Jump! by KEN WHITMORE with Wilfred Pickles and Judv Bennett
' You must listen to me. Civilisation will be destroyed this year and London will be destroyed on Friday unless everybody jumps in the air at the same time.'
Music played by HAMMOND'S SAUCE WORKS BAND conductor GEOFFREY WHITHAM Producer AI.FRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
Sir Peter/Blue-suited ruler:
Cantata No 151: Susser Trost , mein Jesus kommt
NOBUKO GAMO YAMAMOTO (SOp) HILDEGARD LAURICH (Contralto) ADALBERT KRAUS (tenOr)
HANNS-FRIEDRICH KUNZ (baSS) PETER-LUKAS GRAF (flute)
INGO GORITZKI (oboe d'amore) FRANKFURTER KANTOREI
STUTTGART BACH COLLEGIUM conducted by HELMUTH RILLING : records