Handel Overture: Berenice
BOURNEMOUTH SINFQNIETTA conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
7.13' Porpora Cello Concerto in g: THOMAS BLEES, SOUTH-WEST GERMAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL ANGERER
7.31' Telemann Suite in A minor
DAVID MUNROW (treble recorder) ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER : records
Verdi Overture: The Sicilian Vespers: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by CARLO MARIA GIULINI
8.14' Bizet Duet: Au fond du temple saint (Les pecheurs de perles)
PLACIDO DOMINGO (tenor)
SHERILL MILNES (baritone)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted bv ANTON GUADAGNO
8.20' Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 3. in E flat: IGOR ZHUKOV MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA. conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
8.35* Sullivan, arr Mackerras Ballet: Pineapple Poll (Scene 3): ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHARLES MACKERRAS : records
Stravinsky and the Ballet The Fairy's kiss
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records
As a postscript to the series of the complete string trios, recordings of the two woodwind trios: TESS MILLER (oboe) CELIA NICKLIN (oboe)
SUSAN LEADBETTER (cor anglais)
Beethoven Trio in c major, Op 87: Variations on La ci darem, from Mozart's Don Giovanni
conducted by IVAN DAVID GRAY Herold Overture: Zampa
Norman Dello Joio Choreography: Three dances for string orchestra
Debussy Petite Suite
Bartok Romanian Folk dances Johann Strauss Perpetuum Mobile
BBC Northern Ireland
CLIFFORD BENSON (piano) CAROL SLATER (violin) SUSAN MCGAW (piano)
Mendelssohn Children 's Pieces, Op 72
Prokofiev Sonata No 2. in D, for violin and piano. Op 94a Mendelssohn Variations serieuses
conducted by URI SEGAL THEA KING (clarinet)
Haydn Symphony No 55, tn E flat (The Schoolmaster)
12.20* Weber Clarinet Concerto No 2, in E flat
A personal preview by DONALD PRICE of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
Mathias Prelude, Aria and Finale
1.31* Mozart Symphony No 39. in E flat (K 543)
(Given in Monmouth School for Boys on 3 May in association with the Welsh Arts Council) BBC Wales
Choreography JOHN CRANKO Music Debussy Préludes MONIQUE HAAS (piano)
Choreography FREDERICK ASHTON Music Franck
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT gramophone records
Introduced by Cormac Rigby
(A series of ballets begins on Sunday BBC2 with The Dream and A Month in the Country)
Schumann String Quartet in A major
Beethoven Grand Fugue in B flat major. Op 133
(Part of a recording from the Berlin Festival 1977 made available by SFB Berlin)
JOHN CAROI. CASE (baritone) JAMES WALKER (piano) BBC Birmingham
Pseudonyms and Anagrams
Not all composers are the people you think they are: under apparently innocent names such as Berg, Schubert, Schuman(n), Ives and Mozart lurk quite surprising men (and women). Why did Couperin, Heseltine and Sir Henrv Wood write under pseudonyms and Telemann use the name of Melante?
In todays programme of requests from the under-20s Christopher Ilogwood reveals all.
Leisure and Recreation
6.30 Putting on a Show
The first of eight programmes in which ANTHONY CORNISH , drama producer, lecturer and adjudicator, explores the pleasures and pitfalls of the amateur theatre.
1: Why Do You Do It?
Series producer GRAHAM BATTYE (Repeati
7.0 Getting it Together 4: Sign Here Please ...
GARY TAYLOR talks tO FREDDIE MERCURY (Queen) about presentation, to a local agent about getting work, and to TONY STRATTON-SMITH about managers, contracts and agents.
Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich (piano)
Part t Beethoven
Sonata in E, Op 109
7.501 Howard Ferguson talks about Beethoven's last three piano sonatas.
8.0* Music from Pebble Mill Part 2 Beethoven
Sonata in A flat, Op 110
Five talks reflecting some of the new insights in Shakespeare scholarship concerning the history plays.
3: The Divine and the Secular John Harvey. Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. argues that the claim for a divine scheme of justice in the history plays is at odds with Shakespeare's impulse to a drastic secularisation of history and drama.
Part 3 Beethoven
Sonata in c minor, Op 111
(Given before an invited audience at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham. Details of this series of concerts are available from Room 305, Broadcasting Centre. PO Box 168, Pebble Mill Road, Birmingham B5 7QQ) BBC Birmingham
The recent Bronowski Memorial Lecture given by George Steiner under the title Has Truth a Future? has attracted much comment. The Bishop of Durham, The Right Rev Dr John Habgood himself a scientist and theologian, argues that in fact the search for truth is larger than science and requires a relationship between knower and known in which human values count. BBC Manchester
Second of three programmes Pan and Echo The Dryad
Symphony No 4, in A minor
FINNISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by OKKO KAMU
(Finnish Radio recording)
Music on the Home Front Elgar's Homes and the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship.
Introduced by John Amis Producer NATALIE WHEEN
In view of tomorrow night's broadcast of Benjamin Brit ten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Donald Mitchell , his authorised biographer, talks about Britten the Innovator.
Die Cotter Griechenlands PETER PEARS (tenor)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN (piano)