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Elgar Concert Overture: In the South (Alassio)
LONDONPHILHARMONIC,ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
7.25* Gustav Hoist Lyric Movement, for viola and orchestra CECIL ARONOWITZ
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by IMOGEN HOLST
7.36* Harty Tone Poem: With the Wild Geese
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON : records
Mozart Symphony No 31, in D (Paris) (K 297)
ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL MUNCHINGER
8.24* Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2, in B flat CLAUDIO ARRAU
Conducted by BERNARD HAITINK gramophone records
BBC Music Guide: Beethoven Concertos and Overtures, by Roger Fiske , 75p from bookshops
The Frankfurt Group
Balfour Gardiner Evening Hymn CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
JAMES LANCELOT (organ) conducted by SIR DAVID WILLCOCKS
Scott Piano Concerto No 1, in c
JOHN OGDON LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Conducted by BERNARD HERRMANN gramophone records
The last of four analytical lectures from Leeds University in which HANS KELLER discusses in depth the Quartet in B flat major, Op 130. Having considered the work movement by movement in his earlier talks, in this concluding programme he will be looking at the work as a whole.
The lectures, first broadcast in 1975, are being repeated to mark the 150th anniversary of Beethoven's death.
(The Hungarian String Quartet play the complete work: tomorrow 9.45 am)
ANTHONY BREMNER (counter-tenor)
ANTHONY PLEETH (cello)
DAVID ROBLOU (harpsichord)
Vivaldi Piango , gemo, sospiro Handel La solitudine Vivaldi Ingrata Lydia
leader ELI GOREN conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ Mahler Symphony No 7
Medici String Quartet direct from the Royal Exchange Theatre. Manchester
Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 64 No 6
Smetana String Quartet No 1, in E minor (From my life)
(The third of 12 concerts promoted by the Manchester Midday Concerts Society in association with the BBC. This concert also in association with Samuel Rains and Son) BBC Manchester
LAUREEN LIVINGSTONE (soprano) JUDITH FITTON (flute)
RICHARD NUNN (piano)
JoUvet Fantaisie-Caprice, for flute and piano
Roussel Deux poèmes de Ronsard, for soprano and flute: Rossignol. mon mignon; Ciel. aer. et vens
Roussel Songs for soprano and piano: Le Bachelier de Salamanque; Flammes; Réponse d'une épouse sage; Jazz dans la nuit
Jolivet Sonata, for flute and piano
A programme in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared. John Warrack discusses the role of Wotan in Wagner's Ring cycle as recorded by Theo Adam , Norman Bailey , Rudolf Bockelmann. Dietrich Fischer -Dieskau, Hans Hotter , Hans Hermann Nissen , Friedrich Schorr , Thomas Stewart , and others.
presents a Silver Jubilee Concert in which the first performance of Benjamin Britten 's Welcome Ode was given in the presence of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Other works include Malcolm Williamson 's Jubilee Hymn and Ode to Music, and Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 1, in D.
SUFFOLK SCHOOLS' ORCHESTRA AND
JUBILEE CHOIR chorus-master DAVID INGATE conductor KEITH SHAW
During the interval at 4.30* Keith Shaw talks about how Britten's last completed work came to be written.
(Part of a public concert given in the Grand Hall of the Corn Exchange, Ipswich, on 11 July)
Suite in E minor
ROBERT WOOLLEY (harpsichord)
(Part of a Concert Hall recital given in October 1976)
The Wider World
6.30 What Right Have You Got? A 26-part course on the rights and responsibilities of the citizen
4: Children in Care
What happens to a child whose parents can't or won't provide adequate care? MICHAEL MOLY-NEUX presents the case of Sean, aged 12, and in the care of his local authority. With tutorial advice from PAT SAUNDERS
(Rptd: Sun 3.30 pm R4 VHF) Book 1, El-35 from bookshops
7.0 pm Who Cares about the Commonwealth ?
A New Type of Planetary Community
In conversation with Australian-born broadcaster ANTHONY REN -DELL, MR S. S. RAMPHAL , Secretary-General of the Commonwealth and formerly Guyana's Minister of Foreign Affairs, puts his case for the continuance and development of the Commonwealth association of nations.
The transcript of this programme has been distributed throughout the Commonwealth for comment which will be included in a series to be broadcast early in 1978,
Mr S. S.
Some words and music to lead up to the concert,
leader BRENDAN O'BRIEN conducted by Gerard Oskamp Andre" Tchaikowsky (piano) direct from the Winter Gardens, Bournemouth Saint-Saens Overture: La princesse jaune
Chopin Piano Concerto No 1
The Council of Europe's exhibition of modern art and architecture, Tendencies of the 20s, opened in Berlin this summer. Stephen Bayley visited the architectural section and argues that its emphasis on the avant-garde perpetuates a misleading picture of the period.
Part 2 Berlioz Three excerpts from Romeo and Juliet: Queen Mab Scherzo; Love Scene; Feast of the Capulets
The German poet, playwright and novelist Heinrich von Kleist committed suicide in bizarre circumstances at the age of 34, leaving behind a small, intense oeuvre, including Michael Kohlhaus , Die Marquise von 0 and Penthesilea (to be broadcast next Sunday). On the occasion of the bicentenary of his birth, George Steiner examines Kleist's writings and equally extraordinary life, and explains why they have such an enduring claim upon our attentions.
Second of four programmes
I saw my lady weepe; Fine knacks for ladies; Flow my teares; White as lillies was hir face; Sorrow sorrow stay; Shall I sue, shall I seeke for grace; Now cease my wand-ring eyes; Tymes eldest sonne MARGARET PHILPOT (COntraltO) TREVOR JONES (bass viol) NIGEL NORTH (lute)
6: Comrade Jesus
Christianity begins with a proclamation of the kingdom of God. But how does the arrival of the kingdom of God affect the kingdoms, republics, dictatorships and democracies of the world today?
Research KATE PAYNE
Series adviser TREVOR LING
Presenter Angela Tilby
Producers ALEC REID , Angela TILBY (The Long Search: BBC2 Sundays and Mondays)