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Beethoven and Contemporaries Vorisek Rhapsody in G minor, Op 1 No 9
HANS KANN (Hammerklavier)
7.10* Zelter Song: Um Mitternacht
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (bar) JÔRG DEMUS (Hammerklavier)
7.14* Tomasek Eclogues in B flat and G, Op 35 Nos 1 and 6 HANS KANN (Hammerklavier)
7.21* Beethoven Symphony No 4, in B flat: LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA, conducted by KURT MASUR : records
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.11* Bax Two lyrical pieces (Oliver Twist)
NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN
8.19* Bridge Tone Poem: Summer: ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHAR
MONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES
8.29* Britten Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge: ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA. conducted by THE COMPOSER: records
EDVARD GRIEG b. 1843. d. 1907
Norway's greatest composer - Grieg's music is deeply rooted in his homeland and he drew widely on his country's folk songs for inspiration. He composed a large quantity of piano pieces and his piano concerto remains one of the most popularintherepertoire.Works plaved this week include the incidental music to Ibsen's Peer Gynt and the song-cycle The Mountain Maid.
Incidental Music: Peer Gynt
APRIL CANTELO (soprano), ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, COndUCted by ALEXANDER GIBSON : record
The second in this series in which Peter Frankl and Andre Tchaikowsky play Beethoven's 32 piano sonatas.
Sonata in G major, Op 49 No 2 (Andre Tchaikowsky)
Sonata in C major, Op 2 No 3 (Andre Tchaikowsky)
Sonata in F major, Op 54 (Peter Frankl)
born 5 July 1895 MUSICA DA CAMERA Harold Clarke
(flute and piccolo) Roger Lord (oboe)
Vera Kantrovitch (violin) Keith Cummings (viola) Denis Vigay (cello)
Hubert Dawkes (harpsichord) play three of his chamber works to celebrate his birthday.
Three Inventions, for flute and oboe (first broadcast performance)
Quartet, for oboe and string trio Trio
RUDOLF PIERNAY (bass-barltone) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Schubert Fischerweise ; Erlafsee; Der Strom
Pfltzner Im Herbst ; 1st der Himmel darum im Lenz so blau; Zum Abschied meiner Tochter
Mussorgsky Song-cycle: Sunless
conducted by URI SEGAL
Webern Passacaglia, Op 1
Schumann Symphony No 2. in c (South German Radio recording)
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble Stephen Spender (reciter) Tlppett Fanfare
Elgar The Reveille; The Wanderer; Feasting I watch
Raymond Premru Music from Harter Fell
Holst A Dirge for two veterans Barber A stopwatch and an ordnance map
Songs from the Yale Song Book: Careless love; Slow motion time: Mv Evaline
Copland Ceremonial Fanfare
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by OIVIND BERGH
Music by Goldmark, Nielsen, Delius, Halvorsen, Faure and Peggy Stuart Coolidge.
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 50 No 6 (The Frog)
TOKYO STRING QUARTET
3.30* Schumann Song-cycle:; Frauenliebe und -leben
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) DANIEL BAKENBOIM (pianO)
3.55* Schubert Quintet In A (The Trout) (D 667) BEAUX ARTS TRIO
With SAMUEL RHODES (viola)
GEORG HORTNAGEL (double-bass)
RICHARD COULSON at St George's, Hanover Square. London
Richard Popplewell Suite (first broadcast performance)
James Nares Introduction and Fugue in E flat major
Liszt Variations on a theme of Bach: Welnen, Klagen, Sorgen. Zagen
DESFORD COLLIERY BAND conductor ALBERT CHAPPELL
Gordon Jacob Rhapsody for brass band; A Joyful Noise Meindert Boekel Scherzo
Eric Ball Tone Poem: Penlel BBC Birmingham
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by MAURICE HANDFORD BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by HENRY KRIPS with artists on records
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Home and Family
6.30 Coming up to Five
Eight programmes introduced by PENELOPE LEACH
5: Early Speech Development
PROFESSOR PETER MITTLER and DR JOAN TOUGH talk about the chilJ's acquisition of language.
7.0 Family Matters
Eight programmes on different styles of family living.
5: JAN BROOKES meets LIZZIE, a miner's widow, and six of her eight children who all live within a six-mile radius.
A virtuous wife shall soften fortune's frown.
She's far more precious than a golden crown.
An oratorio in three acts, in which the wisdom of the boy Daniel saves Susanna from her false accusers, the lustful Elders.
RICHARD COULSON (organ)
DEREK STEVENS (harpsichord) ROSS POPLE (cello)
FRANCIS BAINES (double-bass) TILFORD BACH FESTIVAL CHOIR
AND ORCHESTRA leader TREVOR WILLIAMS conductor DENYS DARLOW Act 1
8.30. Interval Reading
8.40. Handel: Susanna
The cause is decided, the sentence decreed
Susanna is guilty, and death is her meed.
Acts 2 and 3
Joachim, her husband:
Michael Norton recalls life in Hanover in 1925. For him, Weimar Germany was not exactly a ' land of anthroposophy, psychoanalysis and expressionist drama '.
Derek Jewell celebrates the bicentenary of America's independence by playing some of the popular sounds she has given to the world and underlining the Anglo-American connection implicit within the music. Modern and more ancient music comes from the L. A. EXPRESS, featuring VICTOR FELDMAN , BILLIE HOLIDAY, ELLA FITZGERALD , BIG BILL BROONZY. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN , BING CROSBY and (no relation) CROSBY, STILLS AND NASH: records
, Big Bill