Ethel Smyth Overture: The Wreckers: SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON
Mrs H. H. A. Beach Piano Quintet in A minor
MARY LOUISE BOEHM (piano), KEES KOOPER , ALVIN ROGERS (violins) RICHARD MAXIMOFF (viola) FRED SHERRY (Cello)
Cécile Chaminade Concertino JAMES GALWAY (flute)
ROYAL PHIIJIARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES DUTOIT
Grace Williams Fantasia on Welsh nursery tunes: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES : records
Mrs H. H.
Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Mozart's Flute and 'Harp Concerto, by ROBERT PHILIP.
Recent records of chamber music and song: DAVID MURRAY.
C. P. E. Bach Quartet in A minor (Wq 93)
NICHOLAS MCGEGAN (flute)
CATHERINE MACKINTOSH (viola)
ANTHONY PLEETH (Cello), CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (fortepiano)
Haydn Piano Trio in F (H xv 6) BEAUX ARTS TRIO
Mozart Serenade in B flat, for 13 wind instruments (K 361)
NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE, conducted by EDO DE WAART : records
conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
Britten Symphonic Suite: Gloriana
12.1* Moeran Symphony in G minor. BBC Manchester
3: Poussin's Story of Pbocion by Sir Anthony Blunt
The third of six talks by different speakers on important paintings in British collections. Poussin's pair of landscapes with small figures reflect the tragic story of the Athenian statesman who fell into disgrace for his outspokenness.
One of the paintings is on loan to the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff: the other in the private collection of Lord Derby at Know&ley Hall, Lanes. (This talk will be pritited in THE LISTENER dated 11 May)
GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
Robert Simpson Quartet No 7 (first broadcast performance)
Beethoven Quartet in c sharp minor, Op 131
The novelist William Trevor was born in County Cork and spent his childhood in small provincial towns in Ireland. Until he was 23 he had never set foot outside Ireland. He worked as a sculptor, teacher and in advertising before becoming a writer-a kind of pilgrim's progress, which he evokes with wry Irish humour and favourite music on record.
Mozart Symphony No 35, in D major (Haffner) (K 385)
Boris Blacher Concertante Music, Op 26 (Variations on a theme of Paganini)
Dvorak Symphony No 9, in E minor (From the New World) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LORIN MAAZEL (SFB Berlin recording)
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Michael Schmidt (in the Chair) talks with Janet Adam Smith , Alan Brien and Richard Cork Producer LEONIE COHN
ANTONY PAY < clarinet) SUSAN MILAN (flute)
CLIFFORD BENSON (piano)
Shostakovich Four Waltzes
Brahms Clarinet Sonata in r minor. Op 120 No 1
Eight programmes on the role and significance of Islam in contemporary society.
Albert llourani of St Antony's College, Oxford, introduces the series with a programme which outlines the basic beliefs an< practices of Islam, traces its development and the spread of its influence, and highlights some of the main questions and issues , which will be explored in subsequent weeks...
A simultaneous broadcast with BBC2 of the opera by Beniamin Britten
The Welsh National Opera production. Full details: p 19
Christopher Lloyd , nursery-man, author of books such as The Well-Tempered Garden and contributor to Country Life, gives the second of six monthly talks by distinguished gardening writers. BBC Bristol
Derek Jewell concentrates on one album - the three-record release The Last Waltz, which features music from the final celebratory concert of THE BAND. Not only does this album contain the music of the group who became famous backing Bob Dylan - it also stars numerous guests who include NEIL DIAMOND , JONI MITCHELL , NEIL YOUNG and DYLAN himself: gramophone records
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ELISABETH GRUMMER (soprano) GERALD MOORE (piano): record