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Rimsky-Korsakov Overture: The Tsar's Bride
BOLSHOI THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by evgeny SVETLANOV
7.12* Dvorak Romance for violin and orchestra: itzhak itrlman BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ERICH leinsdorf
7.25' Schumann Symphony No 3. in E flat (Rhenish)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL fruiibeck DE BURGOS: records
Weber Jubel Overture: BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL kubelik
8.14* Monn Cello Concerto In G minor: JACQUELINE du pre LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR JOHN barbirolli
8.37* Haydn Symphony No 62. in D: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA, conducted by ANTAL DORATI : records
Schoenberg Prelude to the Genesis Suite. Op 44
FESTIVAL SINGERS OF TORONTO CBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERT CRAFT Kol Nidre, Op 39 with VICTOR BRAUN (reciter)
Variations on a recitative, Op 40: MARILYN MASON (organ)
Two choruses: Dreimal tausend Jahre, Op 50a; De profundis (Psalm 130), Op 50b
GREGG SMITH SINGERS: records
conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Music by Schubert. Trevor Duncan, Alan Langford , Ravel and Eric Wetherell ,
COMBINED CATHEDRAL CHOIRS OF CHICHESTER (Organist and Master of the Choristers JOHN BIRCH)
SALISBURY (Organist and Choir-master RICHARD SEAL)
WINCHESTER (Organist and Master of the Music MARTIN NEARY ), JAMES LANCELOT (organ) with readings by HUGH DICKSON (A public -concert in Winchester Cathedral in July 1975)
JEAN-BERNARD POMMIER (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by KURT MASUR Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 2; Piano Concerto No 1. in c
JON CURLE 'S personal preview of plays and features on R3 and R4 next week.
Part 2 Shostakovich
Symphony No 1, in F minor
(A public concert in the Town Hall, 26 June) BBC Manchester
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA WINB
Salieri Armenia per un tempio di notte (clarinet, thea KING)
Buxton Orr Sonata per died (first broadcast performance) conducted by the COMPOSER
Florent Schmitt Lied et Scherzo (hom, ANTHONY HALSTEAD)
Piano Concerto No 9, in e flat (K 271): VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY
TURIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE (Italian Radio recording)
in the American bicentennial year. visits the Juilliard School in New York.
Petrassi Concerto No 7 (1964) (first broadcast in this country) THE JUILLIARD ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MOREL
Varese Nocturnal , for soprano, male chorus and orchestra
CHRISTINE RADMSN. JUILLIARD CHORUS, director ABRAHAM KAPLAN THE JUILLIARD THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by WALTER HENDL
3.45. Peter Mennin , President of the Juilliard School, talks to ANTHONY FRIESE-GREENE ,
3.50* Concert Part 2
Ruggles Organum for orchestra THE JUILLIARD THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by WALTER hendl
Elgar Variations on an original theme (Enigma)
THE JUILLIARD ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN MOREL
(Juilliard School recordings)
in Beethoven's lifetime; in this introductory programme a chance to compare a mass by Haydn from c 1753 with music by two Bohemian contemporaries and a brilliant, festive mass Mozart wrote in 1773. Haydn Missa brevis inG(Rorate coeli desuper): ZURICH SINGING CIRCLE AND CHAMBER PLAYERS conducted by WILLI GOHL
Frantisek Brixl Motet : Buccinante: CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF ST JAMES'S CHURCH, PRAGUE conducted by JOSEF BERCL
Karcl Blaze) Koprlva Kyrie (Missa solemnis in E flat)
SOLOISTS, PRAGUE RADIO CHORUS PRAGUE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by jiri starek
Mozart Missa in honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis (K 167) VIENNA STATE OPERA CHORUS
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL mOnchinger gramophone records
Leisure and Recreation
6.40 Reading for Pleasure
This week a look at sport with Michael Parkinson and some of his favourite books.
7.0 Special Report
Maureen Galvin visits a residential course at West Dean College, Chichester.
Series producer Judith Bumpus
7.10 Listen Here
Bruce Cole discusses scale in music and shows how the listener's sense of proportion can be deceived. Series producers DAVID EPPS. JOHN BOUNDY
Robert Ponsonby , BBC Controller of Music. introduces the 1976 season of Henry Wood promenade Concerts.
7.45 Beethoven Missa Solemnts This performance of the Mass in D major is dedicated to the memory of Rudolf Kempe
A simultaneous broadcast with BBC2 direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London URSULA KOSZUT (soprano) ANNA REYNOLDS
ANTHONY ROLFE JOHNSON (tenor) JOHN Shirley-quirk (baritone) BBC SINGERS
BBC CHORAL SOCIETY director JOHN POOLE conductor BRIAN WRIGHT A SECTION OF THE
LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS director RICHARD HICKOX BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY condutted by Colin Davis
' The international economy finds itself in a kind of limbo. between the familiar regime that we know from the past. and an uncertain future replacement.'
Professor Fred Hirsch. Department of International Studies at the University of Warwick. considers a recent Chatham House study. International Economic Relations of the Western World 1959-71, and asks: just what is involved in the task of managing an international economic order on a truly collective basis?
(19 July: The Art of Economics) followed by an interlude
A large-scale piano sonata by Ludwig Zenk , published in 1933, preceded by the piano music of his teacher Webern, including two of his early compositions from the time of his studies with Schoenberg.
Webern Sonata-movement in c (c 1906); Sonata-movement (Rondo) in c minor (c 1906); Variations, Op 27 (1936): Piece in the tempo of a minuet (1925) Ludwig Zenk Sonata, Op 1 (first broadcast performance in this country) played by KATE WITTLICH
ROBERT COHAN of the London Contemporary Dance Theatre talks about working with Martha Graham and about her great achievement in the world of dance.
Introduced by John Amis Producer DENYS GUEROULT
(Bicentennial Summer with Martha Graham : next Sunday on BBC2)