A series of record programmes covering the whole of the great violinist's career and including his recordings of Bach's unaccompanied violin music.
Grieg Sonata in G minor, Op 13
Szymanowski, arr Kochanski Chant de Roxane (King Roger) both with EMANUEL BAY (piano)
Vivaldi Sonata in A, Op 2 No 2 with ARPAD SANDOR (piano)
Bach Sonata in c, for violin
Listeners' record requests
Massenet Overture: Phedre (mono)
ORCHESTRA OF THE OPERA-COMIQUI conducted by ALBERT WOLFF
9.15* Fauré Ballade, Op 19 JEAN DOYEN (piano)
9.22* Berlioz Symphonie fantastique
FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MARTINON
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Tchaikovsky and the Rubin stein brothers, by JOHN WAR-RACK .
The battle of the harps, by JOAN RIMMER. Berlioz 's Te Deum, by HUGH MACDONALD.
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
NORTHERN SINFONIA ORCHESTRA leader BARRY WILDE conducted by GUIDO AJMONE -MARSAN
Beethoven Overture and Ballet Music: The Creatures of Prometheus
Haydn Symphony No 99, in E flat
Eleanor Bron reflects on some of the things we say and write. (Repeated: Wed 11.20 am)
Seventh in a series of 13 programmes to include most of Tchaikovsky's songs, piano and chamber music, as well as works by other leading composers in 19th-century Russia. This week an all-Tchaikovsky programme, in which ELAINE PADMORE introduces his
Piano Sonata in G, Op 37 played by the American pianist STEPHEN MANES and the Piano Trio in A minor, Op 50 played by the LONDON CZECH TRIO
(baritone) and Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)
A recital of songs to poems by Eichendorff
Mendelssohn Das Waldschloss; Nachtlied; Pagenlled
Schumann In der Fremde; Schbne Fremde; Zwielicht; Im Walde; Der Einsiedler
Pfitzner Im Herbst; Lockung; In Danzig: Der verspatete Wanderer; Nachts
2.30* Interval Reading
2.40* Concert Part 2
Bruno Walter Der Soldat; Der junge Ehemann
Wolf Da fahr ich still im Wagen; Nachtzauber; Der Muslkant; Nachruf; Seemanns Abschied Encores:
Schumann Dein Bildnis wun- derselig
Pntzner Zum Abschied meiner Tochter
Wolf Der verzweifelte Liebhaber; Verschwiegene Liebe
(Austrian Radio recording from last year's Salzburg Festival)
A conversation between Hugh Sykes Davies , literary critic, and Basil Taylor , art historian and critic who died last July. A feeling for landscape in general, and for the English landscape in particular, developed strongly in the course of the 18th century: but by the early 19th century it was ' nature ' rather than the scenic qualities of the landscape that provided the inspiration.
John Constable was born in 1776. A major exhibition commemorating the bicentenary of his birth is at the Tate Gallery in London until 25 April.
Producer LEONIE COHN
VIENNA MOZART ENSEMBLE conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
Six Landler (K 606); Six German Dances (K 600): records
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
(Repeated: Monday 9.55 am)
Troisieme livre de clavecin, 1722: Ordre No 17
KENNETH GILBERT (harpsichord) gramophone record
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE with Michael Gough
Philip Bond , Norman Rodway Marian Diamond. Christopher Bid mead and Geoffrey Bayldon Producer
JANE MORGAN followed by an interlude
Servant to Angelo:
direct from the Royal Festival Hall. London
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI JOSEPHINE VEASEY (mezzo-sop)
Peter Pears (tenor) RYLAND DAVIES (tenor)
BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone) DONALD MCINTYRE (bass) STAFFORD DEAN (bass)
Richard BAKER (speaker) JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR Part 1
Geoffrey Hosking , Director of Russian Studies at the University of Essex, discusses some of the major Russian novelists of the past ten years or so, and reflects upon the light that their work throws on contemporary Soviet culture and society.
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
Hungary's Liberation now lies more than 30 years in the past and the events of 1956 almost 20. Ian McIntyre , who has recently visited Hungary, offers some of his impressions. (Postponed from 29 February)
Third of four programmes given by the BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE Browne Stabat Mater
Cornyshe Salve Regina Taverner Magnificat I
From the world of modern popular music, Derek Jewell picks out BETTE MIDLER 'S new album, Songs for the New Depression, and compares it with Mirrors, the latest offering from pop veteran PEGGY LEE. STEELEYE SPAN. FAIRPORT CONVENTION and JOHN MARTYN bring the Electric Muse survey to an end, and there are very different electronic interruptions from IRON BUTTERFLY and FRIPP AND ENO: records