The first of a series to include all of Bach's 48 Preludes and Fugues as well as Handel's Op 6 Concerti Grossi.
Bach Preludes and Fugues from Book I in the keys of c, E flat and F (major and minor)
Handel Concerto Grosso in G, Op 6 No 1 GL'STAV LEONHARDT
(harpsichord), COLLEGIUM AUREUM , directed by FRANZjosef MAIER , records
Listeners' record requests Poulenc Suite franchise THE PARIS ORCHESTRA, COnducted by GEORGES PHÈTRE
9.19* Bruch Scottish Fantasia, Op 46
KYUNG-WHA CHUNG (violin) ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE
9.48* Charpentier Impres sions d'ltalie
ORCHESTRA OF THE OPERA
COMIQUE, PARIS, conducted by PIERRE DERVAUX
Introduced by Michael Oliver
'The world itself.... awakened from an unfathomable silence into notes and sound.' A portrait of Gustav Mahler in his own words, and from the memories of those who knew him. Producer
SALVATORE ACCARDO (violin) u.RNA HAYWOOD (soprano) AMERAL GUNSON
JOHN MITCHINSON (tenor) DON GARRARD (bass) ROY MASSEY (organ) BBC SINGERS director JOHN pools
BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS conductor BRIAN WRIGHT EBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by MAURICE BRETT conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
Janacek Rhapsody : Taras Bulba
Dvorak Violin Concerto in A minor
Elaine Feinstein. novelist and poet. reflects on some of the things we say and write.
(Repeated: Thurs 3.15 pm)
Part 2 Janacek
Glagolitic Mass (sung in Old Slavonic)
Haydn Trio in B flat (H xv 8): record
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
(Repeated: Mon 9.40 am)
Haydn Sonata in c major (H xvi 35)
A fairytale opera in three acts by Humperdinck
Libretto by ERNST ROSMER (sung in German: records) Humperdinck's ' other ' opera (Children of Kings) first appeared in 1897 as a kind of melodrama, using a primitive form of Sprechgesang. It was not a success and in 1908 the composer began turning it into a full-scale opera. In this form it had its first performance at the Metropolitan, New York, in 1910. BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS
TOLZ BOYS' CHOIR, MUNICH RADIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by HEINZ WALLBERG
4.0* Interval Reading
4.5* Konigskinder Act 2
"They gleefully agreed on a signal at which they would begin to smash the windows, which were of stained glass depicting Biblical scenes; and certain that they would have a large following among the people, they set out towards the Cathedral when the bells began to ring, determined to leave not one stone standing on another."
Robert Eddison reads a story by Heinrich Von Kleist, translated by David Luke and Nigel Reeves.
The second of two programmes from last year's iscm Festival.
ULF HASTBACKA (violin)
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LEIF SEGERSTAM
LIISA RUOHO (flute)
JUKKA TIENSUU (piano)
JORGEN JOHANSSON (trombone)
SEPPO ASIKAINEN (percussion)
Dieter Kaufmann Concerto 7. for violin and string orchestra
Heinz Holliger Atembo gen, for orchestra
Makoto Shinehara Rela tions, for flute and piano Roger Reynolds ' r * from behind the unreasoning mask ', for trombone, percussion and tape
(All first broadcast performances in this country) (Finnish Radio recording)
An extravaganza by IAN DOUGALL with James Aubrey as Bo' Rider
Garrison' and 'Halibut' are the first and last words in a volume of one edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and Garrison Halibut also happens to be the name of the place where Ian Dougall 's everyman acquires his experience. The play is an allegorical journey through a Holly-wood-style Wild West, a free-form satire on some aspects of the Western, but also a disguised attack against the value of formal specialised knowledge when the student may in many respects turn out to be a ' social imbecile'.
Musicians: JUDD LANDER , KEVIN PEEK, DAVE LINDSAY , COLIN BILHAM , MICHAEL LAIRD Title music by MIKE STEER Radiophonics ROGER LIMB Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
Scoobie Maharishi/Shades Rafferty.,:
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by HrRBERT VON KARAJAN
A series of programmes in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
Rodney Milnes discusses the roles of Thais and Athanael in Massenet's opera Thais, as recorded by such artists as RENEE DORIA , MARY GARDEN, JOAN HAMMOND , ANNA MOFFO, NINON VALLIN , GABRIEL BACQUIER , MICHEL DENS and LOUIS GUENOT.
plays 16th- and early 17th-century harpsichord music by William Byrd , Orlando Gibbons and Giles Farnaby gramophone records