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Bach Violin Concerto in (BWV 1042)
STEVEN STARYK TORONTO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted bv BOYD NEEL
7.22* Albrechlsberger Concerto a cinque in E flat
JOHN WILBRAHAM (trumpet) ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-
THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.35* Gyrowetz Symphony in E flat, Op 8 No 2
PRAGUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Gramophone records
Salie Ballet: Mercure THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERRE DERVAUX
8.19* Alkan Age 20: Scberzo (Les Quatre: Ages) RONALD SMITH (piano)
8.26* d'lndy Symphonic Poem: The Death of Wallenstein
LOIRE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted bv PIERRE DERVAUX
8.39* Milhaud Suite provencale
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES MUNCH gramophone records
Although he was in service in Salzburg until 1781. Mozart managed from time to time to get leave of absence to promote his music in other centres. This week's programmes concentrate on works which were either written or performed on these excursions. Today: Milan (1772) and Vienna (1773)
Exsultate. jubilate (K 165) HELEN DONATH (soprano)
KOSICE STATE PHILHARMONIC
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by KLAUS DONATH
Serenade No 3, in D (K 185) VIENNA MOZART ENSEMBLE conducted by WILL! BOSEOVSKY gramophone records
for young people
Atarah's Music Box
Atarah Ben-Tovim starts the week with a story for the youngest listeners. Today it's Freddie the Flute.
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
CUMMINGS STRING TRIO
Beethoven Trio in c minor, Op 9 No 3
Priaulx Rainier Trio 1965
11.30* Interval Reading
11.35' Summer School of Music Part 2
Mozart Divertimento in flat (K 563)
Schumann Symphony No 4, in D minor
LENINGRAD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ALEXANDER DIMITRIEV
direct from St John 's, Smith Square. London Chilingirian String Quartet
Anthony Payne Quartet (BBC Commission; first performance)
Mozart String Quartet in A (K 464)
(Tickets £1.00 available from 11.0 am today, or in advance from the Box Office tel [number removed])
A performance by Nicholas Kynaston of Messiaen's Les corps glorieux. which he recorded on the Cavaille-Coll organ in Manchester Town Hall in October 1971.
BBC NORTHERN IRELAND
ORCHESTRA leader MAURICE CAVANAGH conductor ERIC WETHERELL Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla Goossens Prelude; Philip
Johann Strauss (father) Waltz: Loreley - Rhein - Klange
Eric Wetherell Welsh
Dresser Honegger Serenade to Angélique
Verdi Ballet Music fAida) BBC Northern Ireland
Matthew Locke Music for His Majesty's sackbutts and cornetts
GABRIELI BRASS ENSEMBLE
Dowland Come again. sweet love; I saw my lady weep
ROBERT SPENCER (lute)
Gaspard le Roux Suite No 3. in A minor
WILLIAM CHRISTIE and ARTHUR HAAS (harpsichords) Faure Requiem
NORMA BURROWES (soprano) BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone)
DAVID BELL (organ) CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
SYMPHONY CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS FREMAUX
Music by Elgar Howarth played by the NEWHAM BAND conducted by THE COMPOSER In Memoriam RK: Cornet Concerto (soloist RAY FARRI : Mosaic
A sequence of music for the early evening
Presented by JackBrymer Dvorak Legends, Op 59 New 5-10
LIZA FUCHSOVA and PAUL HAMBURGER 'piano duet)
Cherubini String Quartet No 3, in D minor MELOS QUARTET OF STUTTGART
RALPH HOLMES (Violill)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA guest leader
BARRY GRIFFITHS conducted bv
CHARLES MACKERRAS Part 1
Strauss Symphonic Poem: Don Juan
Dvorak Violin Concerto in minor
Alexander Pushkin's biographer, Henri Troyat, wrote: 'Translation of Pushkin is treason'. But a number of people have tried, notably Vladimir Nabokov, who produced an unrhymed English version of the Russian writer's poetic novel.
Then, a few months ago, a new, privately printed translation appeared, written in the same iambic tetrameters as Pushkin's original and it was enthusiastically acclaimed by virtually all its reviewers.
It was by a retired diplomat, Sir Charles Johnston, and in this talk he discusses the difficulties of his task and the ways in which he tried to resolve them.
The illustrations from Pushkin's original are read by GEORGI VASSILT-CHIKOV
Tchaikovsky Suite No 3, In G
A poetic documentary by Fabrlce Pinte , winner of the RAI prize 1975
Fabrice Pinte is a young French poet. When he returned to Paris after wandering around the world he made his home in a disused shop in one of the small streets of Montmartre. Gradually he learnt that the previous inhabitant of his quarters had been an Italian who died many years previously under mysterious circumstances.
This programme is a montage of the voices of the people who knew the Italian of the Rue des Cloys and Fabrice Pinte 's poetic meditations on the evanescence of human personality and existence. This is the original programme in French. It is Introduced by Martin Esslin , who was the Chairman of the Italia Prize jury 1975 in Florence, where it was awarded the RAI prize far special qualities of originality and inventiveness In production techniques.
The Renaissance In Spain Twenty-seventh in a series of 28 programmes, devised and introduced by Basil Lam.
Sixteenth-century church music can far too easily be regarded as a succession of fine works by Flemish. Italian and English composers. Spain, whose distinctive Mozarabic chant is still sung In Toledo Cathedral, produced some of the greatest music of the period, notably by such acknowledged composers as Morales, Guerrero and Victoria.
SCUOI.A DI CHIESA director JOHN HOBAN
Introduced by Charles Fox Keith Bailey - Harrison Smith with Keith Bailey (drums and percussion) and Harrison Smith (tenor and soprano saxophones)
Widerschein WALTER BERRY (baSS) ERIK WERBA (piano)