ACADEMY Or ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
Purcell Suite: Bonduca
7.16* Geminiani Concerto Grosso in D minor. Op 3 No with JAAP SCHRODER (Violin)
7.23* Arne Sonata No 3, in G CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOO (harpsichord)
7.31* Locke (and others) Music from ' The Tempest ' with JUDITH NELSON , EMMA KIRKBT PRUDENCE LLOYD , MARTYN HILL ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP
RICHARD MORTON and ALAN BYERS
7.47* Purcell Suite: Distressed Innocence: records
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Greensteeves: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIKLDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRtNER
8.9* Britten Violin Concerto, Op 15: RODNEY FRIEND
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted bv JOHN PRITCHARD
8.41* Walton Ballet Suite: The Quest: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE COMPOSER: records
Resplghi and Casella transe Respight Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 1
LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER Casella Three 13th-century Songs (mono)
MARCHERITA BAKER (soprano) PIERO GUARINO (piano)
9.30* Bespighi Three Botticelli Pictures
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THIriELDS, conducted by NEVILLE WARRINER : records
conductor ERIC WETHERELL
Schumann Overture, Scherzo and Finale
Haydn Symphony No 43, In I flat. BBC Northern Ireland
MEDICI STRING QUARTET
Haydn Quartet in E flat, Op 64 No 6
Schubert Quartet In i minor (d 804)
Farnborough Music Society RAYMOND OVENS (Violin) JOHN CONSTABLE
Handel Sonata in D, for violin and harpsichord
McLean Sonata in a minor, for violin and harpsichord anon The King's Morisch, for harpsichord
Coperario The Lord's Masque, for harpsichord anon New Noddy, for harpsichord; Toy. for harpsichord
Leclair Sonata in D, for violin and harpsichord
Martin Dalby Unicorn, for violin and piano
Ravel Sonata for violin and piano
(Given in Oak Farm School, Cove. Farnborough, in October 1977)
Symphonic Poem: Macbeth, Op 23
AUSTRIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LEIF SEGERSTAM (Austrian Radio recording)
A personal preview by MALCOLM RUTHVEN of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
BARRY MCDANIEL (baritone) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
Die Mainacht; Botschaft; 0 kiihler Wald
Nine Songs, Op 32: Wie rafft ich mich auf; Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen; Ich schleich' umher hetriibt; Der Strom der neben mir verrauschte; Wehe, so willst du mich wieder?: Du sprichst, dassich mich tauschte; Bittcres zu sagen denkst du; So stehn wir; Wie bist du, meino KBnigin
features this week the new ballet by KENNETH MACMILLAN Mayerling Music by Liszt, arranged by John Lanchbery
This major work was premiered at a Royal Gala on 14 February, and is based on the tragedy of the Archduke Rudolf of Austria.
MARGARET CABLE (mezzo-soprano) BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN LANCHBERY Introduced by Cormac Rigby
Paths to Heroism
In the second of his consolatory examination programmes, Christopher Hogwood today investigates the progress of a heroic theme through Beethoven's works from contretanz to symphony, and Strauss's casting of himself as the hero of Ein Heldenleben. gramophone records
A two-part sequence of music for the early evening.
Leisure and Recreation
6.36 Putting on a Show
The third of eight programmes in which ANTHONY CORNISH. drama producer, lecturer and adjudicator, explores the pleasures and pitfalls of the amateur theatre.
3: Finding the Right Group
7.0 Getting II Together
6: Woke up this Morning.... GARY TAYLOR discusses song writing and publishing with ROGER COOK (Blue Mink) and ROGER GLOVER (Deep Purple).
Final concert in the present series
Part I Mozart Serenade in G (K525) (EinekleineNachtmusik) Howard Ferguson Octet
The last of five talks reflecting some of the new insights in Shakespeare scholarship concerning the history plays.
Perkin Warbeck and Henry VIII: History. Drama and Truth
R. A. Foakes, Professor of English in the University of Kent, explores the nature of historical truth as against dramatic truth, as this question is reftected in John Ford's Perkin Warbeck, and Henry VIII, attributed mainly to Shakespeare and Fletcher.
Part 2 Schubert Octet in F
(Given before an invited audience at the Broadcasting Centre. Birmingham) BBC Birmingham
Pearl of delight that a prince doth please to grace in gold enclosed so clear,
I vow that from over orient seas never proved I any in price her peer.
'One August day, the poet enters a green and blossoming garden, and swoons beside the grave of Pearl - his little daughter who died before she was two. The poet begins to dream: he finds himself in an enchanted countryside, and comes to the bank of a river. On the other side he sees a small girl dressed in white and adorned with pearls: it is his daughter.'
Kevin Crossley-Holland introduces part one of a three-part reading of Pearl, the great elegy by an anonymous Northern contemporary of Chaucer, in the modern English translation by PROFESSOR J.R.R. TOLKIEN.
Reader HUGH DICKSON
Producer FRASER. R STEEL BBC Manchester
(Part 2 next Friday)
Violin Concerto No 2, in minor
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI gramophone record
A weekly survey of the world of music with the artists and personalities who create it.
ALFRED BRENDEL and GUTHRII LUKE take a non-centenary look at the great pianist Alfred Cortot (1877-1962).
Introduced by John Amis Producer DENYS GUEROULT
MARGARET NEVILLE (SOpranO) HEINZ SCHRÖTER (piano)