Nardini Violin Concerto in E flat: EDUARD MELKUS VIENNA CAPELLA ACADEMICA conducted hy
7.25* Chopin Ballade No 2, in F, Op 38
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN (piano)
7.35* Haydn Symphony No 69, in c (London) PHILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
7.51* Delius La Calinda (Koanga): PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA. conducted by GEORGE WELDON : records
Weber Overture: Der Freischütz
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by COLIN DAVIS
8.18* Svendsen Romance in G, for violin and orchestra: ARTHUR GRUMIAUX
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by EDO DE WAART
8.23* Grieg Four Norwegian Dances: WALTER KLIEN AND BEATRICE KLIEN (piano duet)
8.37* Strauss Horn Concerto No 2: DENNIS BRAIN
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH : records
Suite: Pan Voevoda
9.30* Chorus: Mav you grow like a mighty oak (Tsar Saltani: BOLSHOI
THEATRE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by MARK ERMLER
9.33* Suite: Christmas Eve SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSEHMET : records
conducted by STEWART ROBERTSON
RAYMOND OVENS (violin)
Walton Overture: Scapino Saint-Saens Violin Con certo No
Brahms Symphony No 4 BBC Scotland
Patricia Price (mezzo-sop) Gordon Kember (piano)
Music by Brahms. Constant Lambert. Lennox Berkeley and Falla.
direct from the Royal Northern College of Music Valerie Masterson (sopt BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, conductor Raymond Leppard
Mozart Serenade No 6. in ) major (Sercnata not- . turna) (K 239)
12.30* Mendelssohn Aria: [nfelice!
12.43* Britten Suite of English folk tunes: A time there was...
ROY WILLIAMSON on some plays and features on Radio 3 and 4 next week.
Pt 2 Mozart Aria: Voi avete un cor fedele (K 217)
1.31* Mendelssohn Symphony No 1. in c minor BBC Manchester
played by orls Petrushansky (piano)
Boris Snaper Pictures and Moods
Prokoftev Sonata No 8, in 8 flat. Op 84 (Hungarian Radio recording)
Eric Fenby became Delius's amanuensis 50 years ago Today he conducts the BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA and talks about his work with Delius.
JULIAN I.LOYD WEBBER (cello) A Song of Summer
Caprice and Elegy, for cello and small orchestra arr Fenby Late Swallows: Five Pieces; Fantastic Dance
Second of eight programmes promoted by the BBC in the Royal Northern College of Music. Manchester.
Philip Lane Soliloquy IV for voice and tape
3.48* Janice Hamer Two Morning Asanas for piano
4.2* Edward McGutre Sounds around ... for viola and percussion
(All first broadcast performances
JANE MANNING (soprano) PETER HILL (piano)
JAMES DURRANT (viola)
DAWN DURRANT (percussion) BBC Manchester
Bartok's collection of 85 folk song arrangements DESZO RANKI(piano) Book 3
(Book 4: next Sunday)
CITY OF HULL YOUTH
ORCHESTRA. conductor GEOFFREY IIEALD-SMITII
Bantock Overture: Mac-beth
Edward German Norwich Symphony: records
Presented by Jack Brymer Guido Canielli conducts Schubert's ' Great C major Symphony
Schubert died 19 November 1828. aged 31
Cantelli died 24 November 1956. aged 36 (The first broadcast in this country 5f a concert given in Carnegie Hall in 1953) (Voice of America recording) Series producer an CARSON. BBC Bristol
Christopher Headington introduces records of the distinguished Italian pianist.
direct by land-line and satellite from Orchestra Hall, Chicago. Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by its music director. Sir Georg Solti with Janos Starker (cello)
Easley Blackwood Symphony No 4 (first broadcast: commissioned by the orchestra and given its first performance two nights before)
Boccherini, arr GrUtzmacher Cello Concerto in B flat major
8.55* Impressions of Chicago
An account of a term spent at the University of Chicago by John Sparrow. the retired Warden of All Souls College, Oxford.
9.15* Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Part 2 Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 (Scottish)
(In association with station WFMT. The overseas broadcast of this concert has been made possible by a donation from Kraft Incorporated)
and the Conscience of the Lawyer
MICHAEL ZANDER , ProfeSsor of Law at the London School of Economics, introduces an address given before an audience of lawyers in New Zealand by Sydney Kentridge. Senior Counsel. former chairman of the Johannesburg Bar and the lawyer in the case of the black leader Steve Biko. Sydney Kentridge exposes the dilemma of the conscientious lawyer in political trials, followed by an interlude
Natalie Wheen reports on whole notes, dollars and American musical life.
Introduced by John Amis Producer DAVID Errs
Plums by JOHN SEWELL The story of a marriage, and the picture of a slow and inevitable decay. Reader John
Who is Sylvia?fin English), AKSEL SCHIOTZ (tenor) GERALD MOORE (piano)
(gramophone record: 1950)