Francoeur Symphonies du festin royal
7.34* Bach Cantata No 202: Weichet nur. betrubte Schatten (Wedding cantata); records
Dukas Introduction to Act 3: Ariane et Barbe-bleue
8.12* Saint-Saens Septet in E fiat, Op 65
8.30* Bartok Wir sind am Ziele (Bluebeard's Castle)
8.35* Mllhaud Le train bleu gramophone records
Only 38 years old when he died, the grandson of the philosopher Moses Mendels sohn and the son of a cultured and prosperous banker, he enjoyed the benefits of easy financial circumstances. His genius flowered early and was quickly recognised. Most of the records this week will be of music which is rarely heard.
Symphony No 6, in E, for string orchestra
9.18* Symphony No 11, in F, for string orchestra: AMSTERDAM CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by MARINUS VOORBERG : records
The last of the series
This week PETER FRANKL plays Sonata in G, Op 31 No 1
Sonata in c minor, Op 111
conducted by JAN KRENZ with JAMES TOCCO (piano) Barber Adagio for strings
Edward MacDowell Piano Concerto No 2. in D minor, Op 23
To repeat or not to repeat: the conductor Hans-Hubert Schonzeler discusses a neglected problem - with striking gramophone illustrations.
Part 2 Brahms Symphony No 1. in c minor, Op 68
(Hess Radio recording)
Felicity Lott (soprano)
Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano)
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) Richard Jackson (baritone) Graham Johnson (piano) Songs for Mondays
A programme of songs by Berkeley, Loewe, Schumann,. Wolf. Chopin, d'lndy, Hahn, Fauré. Jensen and Kern
Introduced by GRAHAM JOHNSON and RICHARD JACKSON
(Series of public concerts from St Johns, Smith Square, SW1. Tickets: 80p at the door) (Repeated: next Saturday)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by HENRY KRIPS
Music by Mendelssohn. Dclius, Rameau, Johann Strauss and Sullivan.
PINCHAS ZUKERMAN , MARC NEIKRUG Schubert Sonatina No 2. in A minor (D 385)
3.21* Debussy Sonata
3.35* Brahms Sonata No 2. in A major, Op 100 . BBC Manchester
PETER HURFORD (organ)
Bach Trio-Sonata No 3. in D minor (Bwv 527); Chorale Partita: Sei gegriisset, Jesu giitig (BWV 768)
(Part of a concert recorded in July in Ely Cathedral) BBC Birmingham
National Brass Band Championship of Great Britain, 1976
Part of the Festival Concert given in the Royal Albert Hall , London, last Saturday Massed Bands:
BRIGHOUSE AND RASTRICK conductor DEREK BROADBENT CWS (MANCHESTER) conductor DEREK GARSIDE GUS (KETTERING) conductor GEOFFREY BRAND
YORKSHIRE IMPERIAL METALS conductor TREVOR WALMSLEY Guest conductor Bryden Thomson
Associate conductor ERIC BALL
Eric Ball Rhapsody on American Gospel Songs
Eric Ball Sinfonietta for brass band (The Wayfarer)
(National Championship Test Piece, 1976) (first performance) Massed bands conducted by The Composer
Atarah Ben-Tovim explores the different sounds of musical instruments in serious music, pop. rock and jazz. Each week she talks to a child who is learning an instrument, to share the problems and the pleasures.
This week: The Trumpet
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by JOHN CAREWE
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conductor ERIC WETHERELL with artists on records
medum wave only Home and Family
C.30 Children and Books
4; About Facts and a Miluer AIDAN CHAMBERS explores the range of information books with librarian PEGGY HEAKS ; and talks to author HELEN CRESSWELL.
The third of four programmes in which BRIAN MILTON talks to people who are trying to create a new life-style.
First of three programmes commemorating the work of the distinguished conductor who died 25 years ago. Records made in the 20s and 30s.
Mozart Symphony No 36, In c (Linz) (K 425)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Strauss Helen 's Awakening; Funeral March (Die Agyptische Helene)
BERLIN STATE OPERA ORCHESTRA
Strauss Symphonic poem: Till Eulenspiegel
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
EBU International Concert Season 1976/77: on behalf of the European Broadcasting Union, Swedish Radio presents the Orford String Quartet
- the joint winners (with Vienna's Franz Schubert Quar tet) of the first EBU International String Quartet Competition, November 1974.
Mozart Quartet in D minor IK 421)
Bartok Quartet No 2
Geoffrey Grigson on some of his favourite English places.
2: The Idea of the Daffodil Fields.
Part 2 Schubert Quartet in D minor (Death and the Maiden) (D 810)
A series of seven programmes presented by Dr Martin Bax
A child derives half his genes from his mother: could the maternal genes provide a behavioural blood bond between mother and child? Is there a quality in 'mother love' that cannot be given to a child by any other person?
DR ARNON BENTOVIM, DR JOHN BOWLBY, PROFESSOR MICHAEL RUTTER, PROFESSOR LOU SANDER, PROFESSOR H.R. SCHAFFER
(18 Oct: Nature or Nurturet)
Professor H. R.