The fourth of seven programmes to include Bach's 48 Preludes and Fugues, played on the harpsichord by RALPH KIRK -PATRICK, and Corelli's 12 Violin Sonatas, Op 5. wi'th EDUARD MELKUS as soloist.
Bach The Well-tempered Clavier. Book 2: Preludes and Fugues. Nos 1-4
Corelli Sonata in B flat, Op 5 No 2
Bach Preludes and Fugues, Nos 5-8: gramophone records
Mendelssohn Symphony No 8, in D version for full orchestra) LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA conducted by KURT MASUR
9.40* Debussy Danse sacrée et danse profane
ALICE CHALIFONX (harp), STRINGS OF THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ
9.52* Messlaen Jardin du sommeil d'amour (Tuiangalila Symphony)
YVONNE LORIOD (piano)
TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SEIJI OZAWA
10.5* Wagner Wesendonk Songs MARILYN HORNE (soprano), ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. conducted by HENRY LEWIS : records
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Josquin des Pres: JEREMY NOBLE talks about the 15th-century Burgundian composer's music. Medieval and Renaissance Instruments: ROBERT DONINGTON reviews a new book by DAVID MUNBOW.
A Singer's Centenary: CARRIE TUBB , 100 years old this month, recalls moments in her career, in conversation with ALAN BLYTH. Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano)
NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA OF
GREAT BRITAIN leader PAUL MAYES conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN Part
Kodaly Variations on a Hungarian folk song: The Peacock Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4, in G major
John Weightman reflects on some of the things we say.
(Repeated: Thursday 4.45 pm)
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 4, in F minor
(Given on 2 August 1975 in the Royal Albert Hall )
The first of nine programmes to select six choirs to represent the United Kingdom in the annual International Radio Choral Competition. Equal Voice Choirs
PORTADOWN MALE VOICE CHOIR conductor JACK BRAID
RAINHAM LADIES' CHOIR conductor JOAN BIGWOOD School Choirs
CHOIR OF BISHOP FOX'S SCHOOL, TAUNTON
ROBERT TULLETT PONTYPOOL GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHOIR. Conductor JEAN ADAMS Adjudicators RUSSEI.L BURGESS PETER DODD , STEPHEN WILKINSON
BERNARD KEEFFE introduces the programme, summarises the adjudicators' remarks, and announces the results.
Producer MICHAEL MOORES
Final programme in a series exploring the duet repertoire from Mozart to Brahms.
ANNE SHASBY, RICHARD MCMAHON Schubert March in G D 928)
Dvorak From the Bohemian Forest
Brahms Hungarian Dances, Book III
(Repeated: tomorrow 10.15 am)
Extracts from the ballet Orfeo ed Euridice
Opera in three scenes
Libretto by RANIERO DE' CALZABIGI (original 1762 version: sung in Italian)
Mourners, Furies, blessed spirits MONTEVERDI CHOIR
MONTEVERDI ORCHESTRA leader JOHN HOLLOWAY conductor JOHN ELIOT GARDINER 'Recorded on 5 May in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London)
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
(Repeated: Monday 9.45 am)
leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD
YVONNE MINTON (mezzo-soprano) Elgar Concert Overture: In the south (Alassio)
5.55* Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
6.15* Interval Reading
6.20* Concert Part 2
Beethoven Symphony No 7, in A
Philip Mason , widely known as an authority on British India, recently completed a new study of the work of Rudyard Kipling. In these two illustrated talks he discusses some crucial themes in his interpretation.
2: Pain, Revenge and Forgiveness
Readers MARTIN JARVIS
ANN JAMESON and CAROLE BOYD Producer MICHAEL MASON
Violin Sonata in G minor
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN (violin)
MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS (piano) gramophone record
by George Dures
With John Hollis as Danny and Sarah Golding as Fay
'It's s'posed to be a good omen when the sun wassaname, harmonises with the moon in your sign. Like I'm a Moonchild. That means the moon's me ruling planet, that's why I'm up and down all the time like a watchamacallit - I get ever so depressed and that - you can't help the way you're made though, can you?'
The setting is a Soho nightclub: the speaker is Fay, a young cockney hostess. Her ' client' is a lonely Smithfield porter.
leader BELA DEKANY conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH ANTHONY ROLFE JOHNSON (tenor) Ligeti Melodien
Britten Nocturne , for tenor. seven obbligato instruments and string orchestra
9.40* Interval Reading
9.45* Concert Part 2 Weill Symphony No 2
Tradition and Transition
T. Carmi. the poet and Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Post. graduate Hebrew Studies at Oxford University, who is editing the Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse, believes that the writing of his contemporaries can only be seen in focus against the shifting perspectives of their long tradition. followed by an interlude
This week Derek Jewell plays the work of two European bands - WIGWAM of FinLand and PFM of Italy, and returns to the Brazilian singer, FLORA PURIM : plus Donv PREVIN and GROVER WASHINGTON junior: records