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A series to include the complete sets published as Op 9 and Op 17
String Quartet in 1flat. Op 1 No 2
Sonata in D (H xvi 19)
RUDOLF BCCHBINBER (piano)
String Quartet in A, Op 9 No 4 AEOLIAN QUARTET gramophone recorda
Listeners' record requests. Suk Fantastic Scherzo
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ZDENEK MACAL
9.18* Chopin Rondo in c minor, Op 1
ADAM HARASIEWICZ (piano)
9.27* Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence
BORODIN STRING QUARTET with GENRIKH TALALYAN (viola)
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (cello)
19.1* Szymanowski Violin Concerto No 1, in A minor, Op 35 DAVID OISTRAKH
LENINGRAD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KURT SANDERLING
Requests, on a postcard please, to: Your Concert Choice, BBC, Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Sir John Falstaff : LOUIS ALLEN seeks a true likeness in musical portraits by Nicolai, Verdi and Vaughan Williams.
In Praise of Clara Schumann : by ERIC SAMS.
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
ZARA NELSOVA (cello)
RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
FRANKFURT conducted by ELIAHU INBAL Part 1 Dvorak
Cello Concerto in B minor
Frederic Raphael, the novelist and playwright, reflects on some of the things we say and write and on the raw material we use to make them - words. (Repeated: Thursday 4.20 pm) Words, in which 14 well-known broadcasters examine some of the things we say and write, 13.25, from bookshops
Zygmunt Krauze Folk Music (first broadcast in this country) Kodaly Suite: HSry Janos
First of she monthly concerts in St John's, Smith Square
Tallis Alleluia; Magnificat (II) and Nunc dimittis; Salve intemerata Virgo
Robin Holloway Ptve Madrigals: Ecce puer; Children's voices: Eyes that last I saw in tears; Voices of birds; Bed river
Brahms Drei Gesange, Op 42: Abendstandchen; Vineta; Darthulas Grabesgesang BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest. (Repeated: Monday 9.45 am)
Third of 12 programmes ERICH GRUENBERG (Violin) YONTY SOLOMON (piano)
Sonata in F major, Op 57
Four Romantic Pieces. Op 75 Sonatina in G major. Op 100
followed by an interlude
A lyric comedy in three acts
Libretto by ARRIGO BOITO , based on SHAKESPEARE'S The Merry Wives of Windsor Music by Verdi
(sung in German)
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE BAVARIAN STATE OPERA conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH
(Bavarian Radio recording) Acts 1 and 2
6: The French Tradition
Alan Montefiore. Herbert Samuel Fellow , Balliol College. Oxford, argues that for anyone steeped in analytic British philosophy, the best way to approach modern French philosophy is through the phenomenological work of the last major figure to bridge both traditions: Immanuel Kant.
(30 October: Bernard Williams ) (Back numbers of The Listener containing these talks: £1.76, tnc postage from [address removed])
(Nicolai's ' The Merry Wives of Windsor ': Thursday 8.30 pm)
Ex tc lux oritur
0 dulcis Scotia,
Qua vere noscitur
Fulgens Norwagia Sweet Scotland,
From you a light arises
By which glorious Norway
Beginning with the hymn for the wedding of Margaret of Scotland and Eric II of Norway in 1281, an outward and inward look at Scotland in reminiscences by George Gale and Paul Johnson : music, comment and verse and the voices of IAN GRIMBLE and KENNETH ELLIOTT.
A play for radio by MENZIES MCKILLOP with Bill Paterson
' Nigel! There's a good boy. Come down at once. The nice gentlemen have said they won't shoot you. (Pause) Nigel, speak to me. I'm your Mother. (Pause) You're to push the red button, Nigel. That will allow you to reply.'
Produced and directed by GORDON EMSLIE
leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR with LAWRENCE GLOVER (piano) direct from the Bute Hall, Glasgow University
William Wallace Symphonic Poem: Villon
7.44' Kenneth Leighton Piano Concerto No 1
Sir Derrick Dunlop , Professor Emeritus of the Edinburgh Medical School, which is celebrating its 250th birthday this year, locks cooly but fairly at Scotland's contribution to the processes of healing, past and present.
Edward McGuire Symphonic Poem: Calgacus (BBC Commission: first performance)
8.50* lain Hamilton Sinfonia for two orchestras
Robert Trotter presents a guide to some of the strands in the tapestry of Scotland's colourful heritage.
A selection of Scottish music from medieval times and from the 18th and 20th centuries. anon Hymn to St Magnus; Hac in anni Janua; All sons of Adam (The Christmas Medley) trad, arr Stephen Clarke Up in the morning early anon Variations on ' Up In the morning early' (unaccompanied fiddle)
Lorenzo Bocchl A Scots Cantata. the Tune after an Italian manner (words by ALLAN RAMSAY ) Francis George Scott The Deil o' Bogie: Lourd on my hert; Empty vessel:
Crowdieknow Edward Harper Quintet (1974) CASTALIAN SINGERS
HELEN MCARTHUR (soprano) EDNA ARTHUR (Violin)
GILLIAN THOMAS , SANDRA BROWN
(cello and harpsichord continuo) RONALD MORRISON (baritone) RONALD STEVENSON (piano)
NEW MUSIC GROUP OF SCOTLAND (Repeats)
DOUGLAS DUNN , ALASTAIR FOWLER W. S. GRAHAM , CLAIRE PACE JOHN PURSER and IAIN CRICHTON SMITH read from their own work It was my father standing As real as life. I smelt
The quay's tar and the ropes. I think he wanted to speak.
But the dream had no sound.
I think I must have loved him. Introduced and produced by STEWART CONN
Peter Maxwell Davies talks about his work on the island of Hoy, Orkney, and his association with the Orkney poet George Mackay Brown in introduction to his
Hymn to St Magnus TIIE FIRES OF LONDON directed by THE COMPOSER: record