Berlioz Overture: Waver ley
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
7.15* Iberl Flute Concerto
ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES DUTOIT
7.35* Massenet Ballet Music: Le Cid : NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE : records
Mozart Divertimento No 11, in D (K 251)
VIENNA MOZART ENSEMBLE conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
8.30* Beethoven Piano Trio. in c minor, Op 1. No 3: SUK TRIO gramophone records
' Carl Nielsen , Denmark's great son, was a born composer of symphonies, although his work embraced all forms of music.' (SIBELIUS) This week's programmes expiore the diversity of Nielsen's output, including opera and other vocal music, pieces for piano and organ, and orchestral works.
Little Suite for string orchestra, Op 1
LITTLE ORCHESTRA OF LONDON conducted by LESI.IE JONES Five Piano Pieces, Op 3 JOHN MCCABE
Hymnus Amoris , Op 12 KIRSTEN SCHULTZ and BODIL GOBEL (sopranos) TONNY LANDY (tenor)
BENT NORUP (baritone)
MOGENS SCHMIDT JOHANSEN (bar) HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON (bass) DANISH RADIO CHORUS
COPENHAGEN BOYS' CHOIR
DANISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by MOCENS WÖLDIKE gramophone records
for young people
Atarah's Music Box
Atarah Ben-Tovim sets off with a programme for the youngest listeners,
One of the BBC's commissions for the 1977 Jubilee and a Haydn Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in G minor. Op 74 No 3 (The rider Cannon Logos: quintet for clarinet and strings ANTONY PAY tclarinet)
ALBERNI STRING QUARTET i Recorded at the BBC's Pebble Mill concert on 30 December 1977 when the Quintet was first performed)
Robert Simpson talks about what Bruckner means to a present-day symphonist. ' Repeat)
Symphony No 7, in f. major BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY
Conducted by KARL BÖHM
'Bavarian Radio recording)
Beethoven Quartet in E flat, Op 74 (The Harp); Quartet in F minor, Op 95
Symphony No 6 playedbydavidm.Patrickat the organ of Coventry Cathedral.
BBC CONCENT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Music by Ireland. William Blezard, Sibelius. Bizet, Rachmaninov and Barber.
The seventh of 13 programmes surveying the large number of works commissioned over the years by this far-sighted patron of music.
Martinu Toccata e due canzoni
PRAGUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Ibert Symphonie concertante, for oboe and strings JOHN DE LANCIE
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRÉ PREVIN gramophone records
Walton Anon in love ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
TIMOTHY WALKER (guitar)
Grainger Lincolnshire posy LESLIE HOWARD
DAVID STANHOPE (pianos)
LONDON COLLEGIATE BRASS conducted by EDWARD GREGSON
Gareth Waiters Processional for Brass
Martin Dalby Music for Brass
Edward Gregson Connotations for Brass Band
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by TERENCE LOVETT
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conductor ERIC WETHEREI. L with artists on records
Every weekday evening for a week, two intensive beginners' courses for holiday and business travel - with a special competition.
6.30 Get By in Spanish
With MARIA ANTONIA MARCOS and EDUARDO DELGADO
5: Getting to Your Destination Clearing Customs: getting a taxi or a bus: booking into the hotel: meeting people.
Course writer JANE FREELAND
7.0 Get By In French With BENEDICTE PAVIOT and DANIEL PAGEON 5: Getting u Meal
Asking for a menu: ordering food and drink; asking for the bill.
Course writer CELIA WEBER
Series producers for both courses CHRISTOPHER STONE and EDITH BAER
Opera comique in three acts Music by Auber
Libretto by SCRIBE i sung in French: records) with the FRENCH RADIO CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN-PIERRE MARTY. Act 1
Keith Roberts. Associate Editor of the Burlington Magazine, considers the work of Edgar Degas in the light of two recent books by THEODORE REFF: The notebooks of Edgar Degas and Degas: The Artist's
Mind. He finds in the Notebooks evidence for a somehow unexpected side of Degas' art and personality.
9.20* The Death of Manon
Martin Jarvis reads from the novel by ABBE PRÉVOST , translated by DR LEONARD TANCOCK ( Repeat)
9.35* Manon Lescaut: Act 3
The last of three programmes on life in medieval Tuscany compiled and introduced bv Iris Origo
3: Memento Mori and the voices of MICHAEL GOLDIE , IRENE SUTCLIFFE and MANNING WILSON
Music created by Elizabeth Poston from research carried out by SIGNORA POLl-RAPP and played by the PHILOMUSICA OF LONDON
Conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH with SUSAN DENNIS (soprano)
TIMOTHY PENROSE (counter-tenor) JOHN ELWES (tenor)
ALAN JONES (baritone) and MEMBERS OF THE
This last programme shows the merchant facing the horrors of the plague that swept through Tuscany at the end of his life and provoked him into intense religious activity.
Directed by HALLAM TENNYSON
themerchant, Francesco Datini:
Partita: JOHN WILLIAMS (guitar) gramophone record
An die Leier
JAKOB STÄMPELI ( haritonel
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)