Handel Overture: II pastor fido NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.12* Bach Violin Concerto No 2, in E: EDUARD MELKUS directing the VIENNA CAPELLA ACADEMICA
7.30* Corrette Le phénix
GEORGE ZUKERMAN , JURGEN GODE, FRITZ WOLKEN , KARL STEINBRECHER (bassoons)
MARTIN GALLING (harpsichord)
7.42* Handel Concerto Grosso No 22. in A (Op 6 No 11)
BATH FESTIVAL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by YEHUDI MENUHIN (violin): records
Beethoven Overture: Coriolan
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.14* Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 2. in D minor JOHN OGDON LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ALDO CECCATO
8.42* Faurl Suite: Masques et bergamasques
THE PARIS ORCHESTRA. Conducted by SERGE BAUDO : records
Haydn Andante con variazioni in F minor (H xvii 6)
INGRID HAEBLER (piano)
9.14* String Trio No 1, in G (H xvi 40)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) Georges Janzer (viola) Eva Czako (cello)
9.22* String Quartet in c, Op 76 No 3 (Emperor) AMADEUS QUARTET
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello) gramophone records
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn) MOZARTEUM ORCHESTRA conducted by THEODOR GUSCHLBAUER Cassation No 1, in G (K 63)
Horn Concerto No 4, in E flat (K 495)
Divertimento in D (K 131) March in D (K 335 No 1)
(Recording from the 1975 Salzburg Festival made available by courtesy of Austrian Radio)
Hugh Wood Quartet No 2
Beethoven Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2
conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND Vaughan Williams A London Symphony
Aiun Hoddinott Variants for Orchestra BBC Wales
GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord) Tomkins Pavan and Galliard Arne Sonata in G Handel Suite in E
Domenico Scarlatti Three Sonatas: in F (Kk 17); in D minor (Kk 9); in G (Kk 125)
Bach Partita No 2, in c minor
(From the Friends' Meeting House, Manchester. The 11th of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in assoc with the BBC) BBC Manchester
Opera in four acts Music by Flotow Libretto by w. FRIEDRICH
(sung in German: records)
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA Op THE
BAVARIAN STATE OPERA conducted by ROBERT HEGER
The action takes place in and near Richmond, about the year 1710,
Acts 1 and 2 3.25* Interval Reading
3.35* Martha Acts 3 and 4
Schumann Sonata in A minor, Op 105
Faure Sonata No 1, in A major, Op 13 played by CLARA BONALDI (violin) with SYLVAINE BILLIER (piano)
David Munrow describes the personal importance of the string quartet to some later composers, including Dvorak, Smetana and Bartok.
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
The Wider World
6.30 The Parliamentary Process Eight programmes presented by GEORGE JONES , Reader in Political Science at the London School of Economics.
5: The Making of Laws
Parliament is traditionally regarded as a law-making body. But does it do any more than rubber-stamp the plans and policies of the government of the day?
7.0 East. West, Home's Best
Individuals from nine different countries talk about their expectations and experiences of life in Britain.
1: The Pakistani Experience
What's it like when you first arrive in Britain from Pakistan? How is life different? What are the problems? And what about the future?
Compiled and presented by SANDRA NAIDOO.
Series producer JOHN THOMAS
leader MICHAEL D. DAVIS conductor ALEXANDER GIBSON
Holst Suite: BaUet Music (The Perfect Fool) lain Hamilton Aurora (first performance in this country)
Elgar Symphony No 1, in I fiat, Op 55
The journal of a French singer, Madame Fusil , who escaped from Russia with Napoleon's Grande Armee.
Read by Jill Balcon
Compiled and translated by ANTONY BRETT-JAMES
Narrator Garard Green
Of the 120,000 who left Moscow on 19 October 1812 a mere 20,000 reached Poland. Madame Fusil was one of the few women among the survivors. She kept a diary of her experiences which has never before been translated into English.
' If I had not been abandoned as though suffocated on the snow. I should never have been rescued by Marshal Lefebvre and I should certainly have perished in the Beresina.' Producer HALLAM TENNYSON followed by an interlude
ACCADEMIA. MONTEVERDIANA Patricia Clark (soprano) Ursula Connors (soprano) Shirley Minty (contralto) Peter Hall (tenor) Edgar Fleet (tenor) John Noble (bass) with colin TILNEY (harpsichord) JOY HALL (cello) conducted by Dents Stevens , who also introduces the programme.
Filli cara e amata; Crudel, perche mi fuggi; Vattene pur; La tra'l sangue; Poi ch'ella; A un giro sol; T'amo mia vita; E cosi a poco a poco; Qui rise Tirsi
'I'm very unhappy when I'm not working.'
In conversation with RONALD HARWOOD , he discusses his novels, short stories, essays and films - and his latest play The Return of A. J. Raffles , recently staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company in London.
(First broadcast in Kaleidoscope on Radio 4)
Third of six programmes to include all the mazurkas playedbyninamilkina
Op 17: b flat major: t minor; A fiat major; A minor c major, Op Posth
Op 59: A minor; A flat major; F sharp minor