Tetemann Suite in A minor for treble recorder, strings and continue: DAV)D MUNpow ACAOEMYOF
STMARTfM)N-THE FIELDS directedbyNEV)H,EMARR)NER With CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
7.30* Haydn Symphony No 99, in E Hat: pmLHARMONiAHUNGARiCA conducted by ANTAL MRATt gramophone records
Grieg Peer Gynt: Suite Nol
BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
8.22* Fa))a Nights in the Card' ens of Spiin GONZALO soptANO (piano)
PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK M BURGOS
8.47* Suppe Overture: Morning. Noon, and Night in Vienna JOHANN STRAUSS ORCHESTRA OF vtENNA. conducted by WtLUBOSKOvsKY: records
Rafael Fruhbeck M
Suite in F, Op 33: THE FARIS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN-PIEIRE JACQUILLAT
9.20* Ballet: Le festin de i'araignee. Op 17
FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by JEAN MARTINON Gramophone Records
Conductor KENNETH ALWYM
Beieldieu Overture: The Caliph of Baghdad
Handel, arr Beeeham Introduction and Fugue: Gavotte; Finale (Ballet Suite: The Faithful Shepherd)
Alan Langford Three amusements
Peter Thomas (viohn)
Sharon McKintey (ceUo) lan Brown (piano) Parti
Debussy SonatainDminor,for celtoand piano
Charles CamiOert Trie
tan Robinson, author of The Survival o/ Enghsh. renects on someofthethingswesay.
Philippa Davies discusses sources of information about performance techniques, and plays music by Telemann, Boismortier and C P. E.Bach. (Next tpceff: The Baroque Cello)
ORCHESTRA Led by ANDREW ORTON conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD Part 1
Mezart Serenade No 9. in B major (Posthorn)(K 320)
A persona) preview by noBtN HoLMES ofsomeoftheptays and features on Radio 3 and Radio4in the week ahead.
Dvorak Symphony No 7. in t minor
Scartatti Sonatas played by GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) Parti
F Sharp minor (Kk 447); D(Kk 119);Bminor(Kk87):G(Kk 146):ABat(Kkl27); C sharp minor (Kk247): F sharp (Kk 319); B<Kk245).E(Kkl62); *(Kk24)
2.45* George Malcolm talks about the performer's role in creation.
2.50* Concert Part 2
G minor (Kk 30); c(Kk 144); G(Kk523):t<minor(Kk9); anat(Kk 544); D minor <Kk 141);F(Kkl7);c(Kkl59);G (Kkl25)
during fast year's Aldeburgh Festival)
A chronoiogical survey of the complete cycle
Symphony No 1. in F minor
MOSCOW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KYRIL KONDRASHIN gramophone record
(Next programme: 6 Februay-j/)
Birthday song for Queen Mary: .Come ye sons of art away MARGARET RiTCH !E (soprano)
ALFRED CELLER. JOHN WHtTWORTH (counter-tenors)
BRUCE BOYCE (baritone) ST ANTHONY SINGERS
L'OtSEAU LYRE ORCHESTRA
RUGGERO GERUN (harpsichord) conducted by StR ANTHONY LEWIS gramophone record
Third of eight programmes to include a)) the recitals from the semi-nna) stage of last year's competition.
BMmtY ALEXEEV (ussR - winner of the Brst prize)
Brahms Intermezzo in a minor, Op 119 No 1: Intermezzo in A minor. Op 118 No 1; Capriccio in D minor, Op 116 No 7
4.43* Liszt Paganini Study No 5 (La Chasse)
4.46* Prekoaev Study. Op 2 No 3; Sonata No 6, in A, Op 82
with David Munrow
Two different aspects of Victorian musical life: the Philharmonic Society which Prince Albert actively supported, and the popular music-hall which he did not.
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
Leisure and Recreation
6.30 It's Catching
NICK HUGHES finds out how to tackle simple book binding, picture framing and easy electronics, as well as some more traditional crafts.
While in Special Report at 7.9 MALCOLM LAYCOCK goes to Leeds and looks at the way the Chapeltown Community and Language Centres meet the needs of the local population.
Reading for Pleasure this week at 7.10 looks at novels about the family with BERNICE RUBENS who talks about some of her favourite books and introduces readings from them.
Beethoven Sonata in F, Op 17 with DENIS MATTHEWS (piano)
7.45* Schumann Adagio and Allegro in A flat with GERALD MOORE (piano)
7.53* Dukas Villanelle with GERALD MOORE (piano) gramophone records
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DENNIS SIMONS conductor BERNARD HAITINK EMANUEL AX (piano) Part 1
Mussorgsky Prelude: Khovanshchina
Racbmaninoy Piano Concerto No 2, in c minor
Charles Tomlinson , the poet, is at present editing The Oxford Book of Verse in English i Translation.
He reflects on the need for a translator to enter into the skin of his original until he i becomes, in the words of the Earl of Roscommon, ' no longer his interpreter, but he.'-
Shostakovich Symphony No 15, in *
. A weekly survey Of the world of music with the artists and personalities who create it.
Including a continuation of the conversation at the keyboard between GERALD MOORE and GRAHAM JOHNSON on the interpretation of Lieder.
Introduced by John Amis
Producer DENYS GUEROULT
Fourth in a series of 18 programmes
PETER FRANKL and TAMAS VASARY Schubert Sonata in c major (Grand Duo) (D 812)
(Repeated: 2 February, morning)