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Kalliwoda Introduction and Rondo in F
HERMANN BAUMANN (horn)
MUNICH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by MARINUS VOORBERG
7.15* Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor:
LYNN HARRELL LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JAMES LEVINE gramophone records
Myslivecek Symphony in C MUSICI DI PRAGA conducted by FRANTISEK VAJNAR
8.15* Mozart Piano Concerto No 14, in E flat (K 449): MURRAY PERAHIA who also directs the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
8.36* Weber Symphony No 2, in C: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by HANS-HUBERT SCHÖNZELER: records
Lyric Pieces: Norwegian Dance, Op 47 No 4: Melodie, Op 47 No 3: Scherzo, Op 54 No 5; Home-sickness, Op 57 No 6 EMIL GILELS (piano)
9.20* I laid me down to slumber; Little Thora; Kvaalin's Halling; When I take a stroll THE KING'S SINGERS
9.30* Lyric Pieces: Butterfly, Op 43 No 1: Ballade, Op 65 No 5; At the cradle, Op 68 No 5; Puck, Op 71 No 3: records
led by ELI GOREN conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR RONALD SMITH (piano) arr Respighi Suite: The Birds Faure Pavane
Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2
(Part of a concert in the Civic Hall, Bedworth, on 25 November 1975) BBC Bristol
GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
Quartet in B flat, Op 71 No 1 Quartet in F. Op 77 No 2
played by SUSAN BRADSHAW
David Rowland Skelter
John Rushbv-Smith Sonata No 2 (1969) (first performance)
Duncan Druce A Red King's Crown
JOZSEF SIMANDI (tenor) ISTVAN GATI (baritone)
THE BUDAPEST CHOIR, HUNGARIAN STATE CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by JANOS FERENCSIK
Suite: Háry Jdnos
Two Songs, Op 5: The coming winter: To cry. to cry, to cry (Istvan Gati , baritone)
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(.Jozsef Simandi, tenor)
(Hungarian Radio recording)
A harpsichord recital recorded in Farnley Hall, Otley, Yorkshire
Bach Toccata in D (BWV 912)
2.0* Partita in B minor (Overture in the French style) (Bwv 831)
Eight pieces for clarinet, viola and piano played by DAVID GLAZER , PETER SCBIDLOr and ALLAN SCHILLER BBC Scotland
This week a recording of a public concert of British music given at the Round House in March, as part of this year's Camden Festival.
JANE MANNING (soprano)
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH Part 1
Brian Chapple Green and Pleasant
Brian Elias La chevelure, for soprano and orchestra
Paul Patterson Circular Ruins
Francis Routh. a composer of our time, talks about Our Divided Culture.
Part 2 David Lumsdaine Salvation Creek with eagle
Oliver Knussen Symphony No 2. for soprano and orchestra
(first broadcast performances in this country of all except the Chapple)
The first of a series of fourprogrammes of wind quintets by 20th-century French composers.
Milhaud La cheminée du Roi René
PHI LADELPHIA WOODWIND ENSEMBLE Claude Arrieu Quintet in c
FRENCH WIND QUINTET: records
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Introduced by Charles Fox
Work and Training
6.30 Why Work?
2: The Rate for the Job
Why is pay important and how big a part does it play in job satisfaction?
Presented by DAVID GUEST , Lecturer in Personnel Administration, LSE.
7.0 Teaching Adults to Read 7: Planning and Evaluation as an integral part of teaching and learning.
Presented by RUTH LESIRGE (BBC Adult Literacy Handbook. £1.10 from bookshops. To help an adult learn to read, write to: Volunteers, [address removed])
conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON with PASCAL ROGÉ (piano) directfromtheConcertHall, Broadcasting House, Liandaff Part 1 Ravel
Le tombeau de Couperin
7.52* Piano Concerto in a
P.J. Kavanagh, the poet and writer, has just read this long, pantheistic novel by John Cowper Powys for the first time and argues that, although it has been eulogised by critics as diverse as J.B. Priestley and Henry Miller, it is still too little read.
'It reads as though a loquacious and unjudging god has found himself poised a few feet above the ground with a pen in his hand.'
Part 2 Beethoven
Overture: The Ruins of Athens
8.44* Symphony No 2, in 9
Two monologues by GEORGES FEYDEAU in the manner in which they were first performed-as part of an evening's after-dinner entertainment in the grand salons of Paris, at the turn of the century.
1: A Man Who Hates Monologues performed by Richard Briers 2: The Antipodes performed by Eileen Atkins
The monologues translated and adapted for radio by PETER MEYER
The music from Saint-Saëns's Septet in E Sat, Op 65, for trumpet, two violins, viola, cello, double-bass and piano played by GROUPE INSTRUMENTAL DE PARIS and Cécile Chaminade's Valse Caprice in D flat major. Op 33 played by DORIS PINES (piano) (on gramophone records)
The programme produced and directed by GLYN DEARMAN
JANE MANNING (soprano)
MATRIX, director ALAN HACKER Part 1
Two 16th-century melodies: anon. arr Schoenberg Es gingen zwei Gespielen gut; Bach, arr Birtwistle Das alte Jahr vergangen ist
Simon Bainbridge People of the Dawn
10.25* Interval Reading
10.35* Concert Part 2
Mozart Adagio in B flat (K 411) Birtwistle La plage
Janacek Children's rhymes
(Given on 15 September 1975 in The Round House) Proms 76 begin on 16 July. The prospectus is now available, 30p from bookshops.