Wagner Prelude: Die Meistersinger: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER
7.17* Dvorak Symphony No 7, in D minor: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by PIERRE MONTEUX : records
Rossini Overture: The Italian Girl in Algiers
PHILIIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
8.14* Schubert Rondo in A (D 438): ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin) NEW PHII.IIARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
8.28* Haydn Symphony No 98, in B flat: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
Symphony No 3, in E flat (Rhenish): BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by Herbert von Karajan : record
HEINZ MEDJIMOBEC Part 1
Ginastera Pampeana No 2
Beethoven Sonata in t. Op 5 No 1
A series of short talks with long thoughts behind them.
Simulated Emotions and Genuine Involvement: Martin Cooper talks about a central problem of performance.
Bartok Rhapsody No 1 (19281 Brahms Sonata in F, Op 99
(Given in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on 9 December
leader RAYMOND OVENS conductor CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN ALAN CIVIL (horn) Part 1
Margaret Lucy Wilkins Music of the Spheres (BBC commission: first performance)
Mozart Horn Concerto No 3, in E flat (K 447)
Eleanor Bron reflects on some of the things we say and write and on the raw material we use to make them - words.
Elgar Symphony No 2, in r, flat (A public concert recorded in the City Hall, Glasgow, on 2 March) BBC Scotland
Antony Peebles (piano)
Rachmaninov Two Preludes: G major, Op 32 No 5: G minor. Op 23 No 5
Franck Prelude, Chorale and Fugue
Ravel Gaspard de la nuit
(From the Friends' Meeting House. Manchester. The last of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC) BBC Manchester
A romantic opera in three acts by Franz Lehar
Lyrics by A. u. WILLNERand R. BODANZKY
English translation by ADAM CARSTAIRS
Ian Wallace invites you on a trip to Vienna to hear Gypsy Love.
AMBROSIAN SINGERS directed by JOHN MCCARTHY BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon)
Schubert Symphony No 5. in B flat
Sibelius Incidental Music: Pelleas and Melisande gramophone records
with David Munrow
The Estampie, Sallarello. Basse danse, Farandole, and other dances with which minstrels entertained courtier and peasant alike during the Middle Ages.
The Wider World
S.30 The Parliamentary Process Eight programmes presented by GEORGE JONES
7: A Changing Role?
How has the referendum and our membership of the Common Market affected the role of parliament? And what would be the likely consequences of the current proposals for devolution?
7.1 East, West. Home's Best
Nine programmes in which people from different countries talk about their expectations and experiences since arriving in Britain.
3: The Jamaican Experience Compiled and presented by SANDRA NAIDOO
direct from the Memorial Hall. Barry JOHN O'CONOR (piano)
RADIO TELEFIS EIREANN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader colin STAVELEY conductor ALBERT ROSEN
Frederick May Sunlight and Shadow
7.42* Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1. in c
A series of three talks by Andrew Shonlield , Director, Royal Institute of International Affairs.
2:The Legal Muddle
Mr Shonfield argues that two major social conflicts - with organised labour and with Scottish nationalism - threaten, and a radical reform of our laws is needed to cope with these threats.
Dvorak Symphony No 9, in E minor (From the New World)
(A public concert forming part of the Cardiff Festival of 20th-century Music) BBC Wales
by ROGER FRITH
A monologue compiled from the letters and later poetry ot JOHN CLARE , with Freddie Jones as John Clare Narrator Roger Frith
On 29 December 1841, following his escape from High Beech Asylum, Epping. in the July. John Clare was dragged forcibly from his cottage at Northborough and committed to Northampton Asylum where he was to spend the last 22 years of his life. It was to be a period that fluctuated between fitful delusion and great creativity; and it was the poetry that Clare wrote during this closing period of his life that, as Geoffrey Grigson so rightly said, ' pushes Clare over the border between the pathetically interesting and exquisite into the great ... ' Incidental music composed and conducted by DAVID CAIN Producer KEITH SLADE
(31 March, Radio 4, 4.5 pm: John Barrett takes a naturalist's look at Clare's work)
(soprano). DAVID GARVEY (piano) at the 1975 Salzburg Festival Beethoven Ah! perfido. Op 65
Strauss Seitdem dein Aug': Schlechtes Wetter; Heimkehr; Befreit; Als mir dein Lied erklang
Respighi Stornellatrice: In alto mare; E se un giorno tornasse; Notte: Mattinata
Poulenc C; Le pont; Violon: Sanglots; Aussi bien que les cigales arr Bonds He's got the whole world in his hands; Sinner, please don't let the harvest pass
Ned Rorem Psalm 148 Robert Starer Psalm 31 Louis White Psalm 150
(Austrian Radio recording)