Smetana Festive Overture in D
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KAREL SEJNA
7.13* Dvorak Bagatelles for string trio and harmonium, Op 47: MEMBERS OF THE
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC OCTET
7.30* Weber Symphony No 1. in C: NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by WILFRIED BOETTCHER : records
Mozart Piano Trio in E (K 542)
BEAUX ARTS TRIO
8.23* Frank Martin Ballade for flute, strings and piano AURELE NICOLET (flute)
WERNER BARTSCHI (piano) ZURICH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by EDMOND DE STOUTZ
8.31* Haydn Symphony No 90, in C: PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI gramophone records
The Notre Dame School
Leonin Gaude Maria virgo; Locus iste
Perotin Sederunt principes
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON conducted by DAVID MUNROW gramophone records
First of two studio recitals by the distinguished Spanish pianist, first broadcast in 1971. Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales
Falla Andaluza; Cubana (Piezas espanolas); Fantasia Baetica
conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Vaughan Williams Overture: The Wasps
Patrick Harvey Lament for
Juliet Peter Dickinson Five Diversions Elgar Sursum corda
John Rutter Partita for orchestra
First solo broadcast by KATHLEEN SMALES (mezzo-sop) with RICHARD NUNN (piano)
Britten A charm of lullabies
Schubert Des Sangers Habe; Am See (In des Sees Wogenspiele); Schatzgrabers Begehr ; Des Lebens Tag
conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD with DAVID CHATWIN (bassoon)
Mozart Overture: The Seraglio
11.48* Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in E minor
12.1* Beethoven Symphony No 3, in E flat major (Eroica) BBC Manchester
A personal preview by DONALD PRICE of plays and features on Radio 3 and 4 next week.
E flat major, Op 50 No 3 B flat major, Op 55 No 3
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET
BBC Northern Singers, conductor Stephen Wilkinson
Keith Swallow (piano)
The first in another series of three programmes in which the BBC Northern Singers give two performances of a contemporary choral work.
Sebastian Forbes introduces his Voices of Autumn: Eight Japanese Tanka for voices and piano (first performance: BBC Commission), and contrasts with it Bach's Motet:
FÃƒÂ¼rchte dich nicht.
The second of five talks by Arthur Hutchings on Musicians' Imperfect Sympathies.
This afternoon: Changing Taste
Bartok Suite, Op 14
Liszt Grande Etude de Paganini No 2, in E flat major
Weber Sonata No 1, in c major
A series of 12 programmes of church music by Mozart and his contemporaries.
This week an unusual Mass setting by Michael Haydn , the Missa Sancti Hieronymi , scored for six oboes, two bassoons, three trombones, double-basses, organ, soloists and chorus: JULIE KENNARD (sop) AMERAL GUNSON (contralto) ALAN BYERS (tenor)
MICHAEL GEORGE (baSS) BBC SINGERS
AN INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE ALAN HARVERSON (organ) conducted by KERRY WOODWARD
In addition to the Desert Island - a favourite site for records - today's insular sequence includes Rachmaninov's Symphonic Poem: The, Isle of the Dead, and three descriptions of the mythical island of Cytherea: L'isle joyeuse (Debussy), Le carillon de Cythere (Coiuperin) and L'embarquement pour Cythere (Poulenc). Britten is sited ' On this Island ' while Haydn is restricted to L'isola disabitata. Messages in bottles from the under-20s rescued by Christopher Hogwood: records
Leisure and Recreation fr.30 In Your Own Time
Things to Do - Places to Go
New, purposeful and perhaps profitable ways of enjoying your spare time and developing your skills and abilities. Presented by PETER CLAYTON
7.0 The Deceptive Ear 3: Sound Structures
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD discusses' With PROFESSOR JAMES BEAMENT the factors that give different instruments their characteristic sound qualities.
direct from the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham
Lindsay String Quartet with Paul Cropper (viola)
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 76 No 5 Bartok Quartet No 3
The first of six contrasting talks, on successive Fridays, on the psychology, or the psychologies, of the unconscious.
Dr Charles Rycroft , a distinguished psychoanalyst, author of Psychoanalysis Observed and A Critical Dictionary of Psychoanalysis, surveys The Present State of Freudian Psychoanalysis.
Part 2 Mozart
Quintet in c (K 515)
(Given before an invited audience) BBC Birmingham
Webster's Revenge by MARGARET HOLLINGSWORTH with Henry Knowles and Toby Robins
' I think it's very important for married couples to be able to communicate, don't you? After all, I'm preaching it all the time to the parents of my problem kids, so it's time I did something about it myself. I don't want you calling me a dumb cluck like you do Mrs Pettigrew next door ...'
Directed by MARGARET ETALL
(The Apple in the Eye by Margaret Hollingsworth : 18 Nov)
First of four programmes of his songs
Awake sweet love; Go christall teares; Can she excuse my wrongs; Away with these selfe loving lads; Now, 0 now I needs must part; If my complaints could passions move; Come againe sweet love doth now envite; Sleepe wayward thoughts; Wilt thou unkind thus reave me; Come heavy sleep MARGARET PHILPOT (contralto) TREVOR JONES (bass viol) NIGEL NORTH (lute)
Francis Poulenc : to preview a forthcoming series John Amis reviews a recent book by Pierre Bernac and talks to GRAHAM JOHNSON about the man and his songs.
Producer NATALIE WHEEN
Strauss Serenade in E flat, Op 7, for 13 wind instruments SOLOISTS FROM THE
ZURICH TONHALLE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINK (Swiss Radio recording)