Grieg Holberg Suite: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.25* Dvorak 0 Silver Moon (Rusaika, Act 1) (mono) JOAN HAMMOND (soprano) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by VILEM TAUSKY
7.30* Schumann Symphony No 4, in D minor CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA, conducted by GEORGE SZELL : records
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOO
J. C. Bach Overture No 4. In c
8.11* Handel Suite No 2, in d: Water Music
8.23* J. S. Bach Trio-Sonata in G (BWV 1039): STEPHEN PRESTON and NICHOLAS MCGEGAN (flutes) JANE RYAN (viola da gamba) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOO (harpsichord)
8.36* Geminiani Concerto Grosso in d. Op 3 No 1
8.45' Vivaldi Concerto in D, for two violins, two cellos and strings (RV 564): records
Shostakovich plays Shostakovich
Prelude and Fugue in c. Op 87 No 3: Prelude and Fugue in D, Op 87 No 7 (mono)
9.12* Cello Sonata (mono), with MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH (Cello)
9.39* Concerto for piano, trumpet and string orchestra with LUDOVIC VAILLANT (trumpet) FRENCH RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRE CLUYTENS gramophone records
Twenty-fourth in a series of 28 programmes, devised and introduced bv Basil Lam.
The Muse of History is seldom in a hurry to celebrate past worthies, and often averts her gaze entirely from those inspired by her sisters However, interest in John Taverner has for too long been focused on unsupported and misleading legends about his life. The actual performance of his music supports the view that he is one of the major figures of the Renaissance.
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
CHOIR, OXFORD director SIMON PRESTON
YOSSI ZIVONI and NORMA FISHER
Willem de Fesch Sonata in D minor
Bartok Sonata No 2
Dvorak Sonatina in a. Op 100 BBC Manchester
conducted by RONALD ZOLLMAN CHRISTIAN ZACHARIAS (piano)
Schumann Overture: Genoveva
Chopin Piano Concerto No 1, in E minor, Op 11
Lutoslawski Jeux Vénitiens (19611
Roussel Bacchus et Ariane, Op 43: Suite No 2
(Recording made available by courtesy of Hess Radio)
ALBERNI STRING QUARTET
Mozart Quartet in G major (K 387)
Verdi Quartet in E minor
(A series of concerts recorded on Wednesdays at 1.0 pm from St George's, Brandon Hill , Bristol) BBC Bristol
Last of three programmes in which the Soviet pianist, Lazar Berman , is heard playing Liszt's complete Années de pèlerinage, The music is interspersed with passages taken from the literary background that inspired many of these pieces, read by PIERS BURTON PAGE. 3: Third Year gramophone records
Jacqueline du Pre Faur6 Élégie with GERALD MOORE (piano)
4.7* Delius Cello Concerto with the ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR MALCOLM SARGENT : records
Fourth in a series of seven programmes featuring music from Italy, France, Germany and England.
ROBERT WOOLLEY (harpsichord)
Bach French Suite in c minor (BWV 813)
Froberger Toccata No 3, in G; Tombeau de Monsieur Blancheroche
Telemann Fantasia No 5 Pachelbel Chaconne in
The best of present-day jazz on record, introduced by Charles Fox
A sequence of music for the early evening
Presented by Jack Brymer
Alan Blyth gives his personal view of Rossini as a composer of Opera buffa, The Barber of Seville and La Cenerentola are among the operas from which the excerpts are selected. with famous singers from past and present. BBC Bristol
NORMA BURROWES (soprano) THOMAS ALLEN (baritone)
HUDDERSFIELD CHORAL SOCIETY chorus-master GRAHAM TREACHER BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conductor RAYMOND LEPPARD Berkeley Symphony No 4
The inheritance of intelligence is a matter of continuing controversy. Mary Midgley , Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, asks: is any belief in inherited tendencies inseparable from Fascism and Racism, and all talk of innateness offensive to human dignity and incompatible with freedom and equality?
Pt 2 Brahms A German Requiem (A concert given by the BBC in the Free Trade Hall on 10 October)
Ronald Pickup reads extracts
Wordsworth's great autobiographical poem abridged in 12 parts and introduced by Patric Dickinson
3: Residence at Cambridge
And, more than all, a strangeness in my mind,
A feeling that 1 was not for that hour,
Nor for that place.
' The rise of all instrumental music in Italy, and particularly the rise of violin music, was closelv associated with the rise of the virtuoso performer ... As the violin-playing schools developed their own individual characteristics, and as more and more Italians travelled abroad and returned with news of new developments. for example in German virtuosity, so the requirements of the trio composers were adapted to find openings for this soloistic display.'
This increased stress on virtuoso playing is one of the main themes in the third of Christopher Hogwood 's programmes, which traces the continuing development of the Trio-Sonata in mid-17th-century Italy. Composers represented in the programme are Giovanni Legrenzi. Maurizio Cazzatti. Marco Uccellini , Giovanni Maria Bononclni , Giovanni Battista Vitali , Giovanni Battista Buonamente and Giovanni Battista Mazzaferrata.
THE ENGLISH CONCERT director TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord and organ)
Leonard Salzedo Introduction and Dance of the Witch Boy (The Witch Boy)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by the COMPOSER
Humperdinck Witches' Ride (Hansel and Gretel)
Mussorgsky, orch Ravel Gno mus (Pictures from an Exhibition): NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF LONDON conducted by ALEXANDER GIBSON gramophone records
An anthology of Poems about Creatures of Darkness
Compiled by Terence Tiller and read by HUGH DICKSON , SHEILA GRANT , JOHN WESTBROOK and MARGARET WOLFIT
For the next two nights. Ellen's Second Song (from Scott's The Lady of the Lake), in English and in German.
Huntsman, rest, thy chase Is done.
SANDRA DUGDALE (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)