The bells of Solesmes Abbey are followed by a series of pieces on the same theme by Byrd, Purcell, Marais, Liszt, Grieg, Damase. Delibcs and finishing with organ music by Louis Couperin , Lebegue and Mulct.
Nicolas Chedcville le Cadet Sonata in (; minor, Op 7 JACQUES VANDEVILLE (Oboe' WILLIAM CHRISTIE (harpsichord)
MARIJKE VERBERNE (Cello)
8.13* Josef Lanner The Mozartians
8.26* Smetana Haakon Jarl
BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK
8.42 Weber. arr Liszt Polacca brillante
MARIA LITTAUER (piano) HAMBURG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIEGFRIED KOHLER : records
Bach Mass in F (bwv 233)
RENATE KRAIIMER (Soprano* ANNELIES BURMEISTER (contralto)
THEO ADAM (bass)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by MARTIN FLAMIG
Sarabande, Bourse and Gigue (Suite in E minor, BWV 996)
JULIAN BREAM (guitar)
Trio-Sonata in D minor (bwv 527) michel CHAPUIS (organ) gramophone records
BBC SINGERS director JOHN POOLE
PHILIP JONES BRASS
Gibbons 0 clap your hands
Byrd Six-part Fantasia
Gibbons Lift up your heads: 0 Lord in thy wrath
Purcell Funeral music for Queen Mary Dallapiccola Tempus destruendi. tempus aedificandi
10.40, Interval Reading
11.45' Music for Chorus and Brass. Part 2
Gabrieli Four-part Can zona: Timor et Tremor: Five-part Canzona; 0 Domine Jesu Christc
Anthony Payne Phoenix Mass. for chorus and brass
BBC Manchester (Repeat.
SHOSHANA RUDIAKOV (piano) Scriabtn Sonata No 2. in G sharp minor. Op 19
Three studies: Op 42 No 5, in c sharp minor; Op 8 No 11. in a flat minor: Op 8 No 12, in D sharp minor
Chopin Sonata in B minor. Op 58
Holst Twelve songs to poems by Humbert Wolfe (1929): The thought: The dream city: A little music: Persephone: Now in these fairylands; The floral bandit: Rhyme: In the street of lost time: Things lovelier: Envoi: Journey's end: Betelgeuse
NORMA BURROWES (soprano) STEUART BEDFORD (piano)
4: Karel Ancerl Conducts Smetana Symphonic poem: Vysehrad (Ma viast)
Brahms Concerto in A minor: JOSEF SUK (violin) ANDRÉ NAVARRA (cello)
Martinu The Frescoes of Piero della Francesca gramophone records
Presented by Jack Brymer The Voice of Regine Crespin
The French soprano singing music from the operas Carmen. Dcr Rosenkavalier, and Madam Butterfly, plus songs and operetta from her native France.
Devised by BRIAN GEAR
Holmes comments on the fashion for everything Italian in Vienna. He attends a midnight concert by St Stephen's Cathedral and pavs a visit to the Abbe: Stadler, who possesses the manuscript of Mozart's Requiem. Read by Richard Briers
Deryck Cooke died before he could finish his last project - an analysis of Wagner's Ring Cycle using the original sources. The unfinished book is largely a textual analysis but throws much new light on the tetralogy.
Andrew Porter considers the book's importance and how Cooke's approach to the Ring compares to the Bernard Shaw and Robert Donnington studies.
Peggy Ashcroft reads from Virginia Woolf's collection of autobiographical essays.
2: Stella and Vanessa
In this evening's reading Virginia Woolf recalls her half-sister, Stella, and her older sister. Vanessa.
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