Mendelssohn Overture: Son and Stranger
NEW PUILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by MOSHE ATZMON
7.13* Schubert Arpeggione Sonata: KLAUS STORCK (arpeggione) ALFONS KONTARSKY (piano)
7.39* Messager Excerpts from the ballet: Les deux pigeons
THE PARIS ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT gramophone records
Vivaldi Violin Concerto In c, Op 8 No 12: PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (violin), directing the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
8.15* Viotti Flute Quartet in c minor: JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL ROBERT GENDRE (violin) ROGER LEPAUW (viola) ROBERT BAX (cello)
8.28* Rossini Introduction. Theme and Variations for clarinet and orchestra
GERVASE DE PEYER, NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS
8.41* Sullivan Suite: The Merchant of Venice: CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR VIVIAN DUNN gramophone records
Throughout the week the programmes will concentrate on some of Schubert's best-known music, including some performances from the 1930s. Ballet Music (Rosamunde)
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL BÖHM
9.17* Impromptu No 2, in A flat (D 935); Impromptu No 3, in B flat (D 935) (mono)
EDWIN FISCHER (piano)
S.31* Symphony No 5, In B flat AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by BERNARD HAITINK : records
Last of a series Including music by Sir Lennox Berkeley (75 this year). Today's programme consists of settings by Berkeley. Ireland and John Raynor of A. E. Housman IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano)
Lennox Berkeley Five Songs (first broadcast performance) John Ireland Song-cycle: The Land of Lost Content
John Raynor Loveliest of Trees; Bredon Hill
A concert given in the Royal Festival Hall, London
JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader JOSÉ-LUIS GARCIA conducted by EDO DE WAART
Schubert Overture in c, in the Italian Style (D 591)
Berlioz Song-cycle: Les nuits d'été. Op 7
Home and Family
4: 7s Not Life More than Foodt In recent years the growing interest in meditation generally has led to a revival of meditation in the church. PETER RUSSELL discusses this with THE REV PETER DEWEY , FATHER WILLIAM JOHNSTON , DR MARTIN ISRAEL and DR UNA KROLL.
7.1 Household Pets
Presented by JOHN HOLMES (7)
Series producer RICHARD AUSTIN
Early supporters agreed that, contrary to appearances, Cubism was an attempt to represent Reality; but there was disagreement about the nature of Reality.
In a revised version of an earlier Open University broadcast John Nash, author of Cubism, Futurism and Constructivism, considers two conflicting theories of Cubism.
An anthology of documentary texts entitled Cubism by Edward Fry. has just been reissued in paperback.
Philippe de Monte
Twenty-second in a series of 28 programmes devised and introduced by Basil Lam.
This neglected Flemish master is thought by some scholars to be a worthy peer of Palestrina, Lassus, Byrd and Victoria. The programme illustrates the range of style and expression which Monte achieved in his motets.
SCUOLA DI CHIESA
RALPH DOWNES (Organ) directed by JOHN HOBAN
A programme about Helen Waddell - scholar, author, poet. Written by MARY BENSON and based on Helen Waddell 's writings and The Mark of the Maker by MONICA BLACKETT with Kathleen Michael as Helen Waddell
Narrator David Strong Readers JILL BALCON and NEVILLE JASON
Other parts: STEVE HODSON , MICHAEL SHANNON. KEVIN BRENNAN, GINNETTE CLARKE, MICHAEL DEACON, POWELL JONES, JANE WENHAM, KENNETH MCCLELLAN, BETH BOYD and JOANNA WAKE. Directed by CHRISTOPHER VENNING followed by an interlude
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