Cantata: Dir, Seele des Weltalls (k 429)
FRANZ ellmer (treble) KURT RAPF (organ)
VIENNA VOLKSOPER CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAC
8.19* Adagio in b flat, for two clarinets and three basset horns (K 411)
ALFRED ROSE and JOSEF ORTNER (clarinets)
RICHARD SCHONHOFER , ERICH WEBNER and BORST HAJEK (basset horns) directed by PETER MAAG
8.27* Piano Concerto No 14, In e flat (K 449) (mono) RUDOLF SERKIN , BUSCH CHAM BER PLAYERS: records
ROBIN HOLMES reads from poets who have loved the English countryside
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Brahms Tragic Overture NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI
9.17* Haydn Piano Trio in E flat (HXV 22) BEAUX ARTS TRIO
9.38* Loewe Scottish Ballad: Edward (mono) HANS HOTTER (bass) GERALD MOORE (piano)
9.44* Strauss Symphonic fragment: Die Josephslegende, Op 63; DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA, conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE
10.10* Franck Symphonic Variations, for piano and orchestra: PASCAL ROGE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by LORIN MAAZEL
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Mendelssohn's chamber music, by JOAN CHISSELL. A conversation with Arne Nordheim about his music for the ballet The Tempest.
The first Rhinemaiden: CHARLES OSBORNE on the art of Lilli Lehmann.
This week, GEORGE SZELL 'S last recorded concert, Siven in Tokyo on 22 ay1970.Part1
Weber Overture: Oberon Mozart Symphony No 40, in G minor (k 550)
Derek Robinson with the last in his series of tips and hints.
Part 2 Sibelius
Symphony No 2, in » antl a Berlioz encore (Cleveland Orchestra Broadcast Service recording)
10: Large Choirs (2) and Contemporary Music Choirs
READING PHOENIX CHOIR SCOTTISH PHILHARMONIC SINGERS
SCHOLA CANTORUM OF OXFORD LONDON CHORALE
Adjudicators DR EDGAR BOUCHER , NOEL cox and GARETH WALTERS
Bernard Keeffe Introduces the series, summarises the adjudicators' remarks and announces the Class winners.
Antony Hopkins discusses a work or theme of current interest.
Opera in two acts based on the play by J. n. BOUlLLY
Music by Ferdinand Paer (sung in Italian)
' am convinced Beethoven knew Paer's work ... the principal difference .. Beethoven's is a song of freedom.... in BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PETER MAAG (Bavarian Radio recording) Act 1
Robert Simpson discusses Nielsen's Creative Character.
Frederick Fuller offers a personal portrait of the Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera and assesses his contribution to the music of our time.
Michael Schnitzler (violin) Walther Schultz (cello)
Heinz Medjimoree (piano) Part 1 Haydn Trio in minor (H xv 18)
Smetana Trio in c minor, Op 15
A short story by MICHAEL O'CONNOR
Read by Allan McClelland 'Mr Mallins chalked on the blackboard in big letters, "Jesuits are the salt of the earth - the salt of the earth." He underlined salt. "There is nothing finer in all the world than to enter the priesthood. Think very carefully before you put your hand up." '
Producer MAURice LEITCH
Part 2 Schubert
Trio in B flat (D 898)
conducted by DENIS WICK Hoist Suite in E flat, Op 28 No 1
Milhaud Suite française
Hoist Suite in F. Op 28 No 2: records
An imaginative reconstruction of the life and paintingsof
Richard Dadd (1817-1386) by ANGELA CARTER
Narrated by Frances Jeater and Philip Voss with Philip Sully
Other parts played by ERIC ALLAN , PETER BALDWIN. MARGOT BOYD , NOEL HOWLKTT and GODFREY KENTON Violin played by GEORGE FRENCH
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN
Sir Thomas Phillips:
leader EDWIN PALING conductor
SIR ALEXANDER GIBSOK EMANUEL AX (piano)
Nielsen Symphony No 1 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2. in a 10.5* Interval Reading
10.15* Scottish National Orchestra
Part 2 Nielsen
Symphony No 2 (The Four Temperaments)
(Given in the Citu Hall , Glasgow, on 2 December 1978 in association with Gulf Oil Corporation)
The story of a Chinese opera
The legend of the White Snake goes back at least as far as the T'ang dynasty and has parallels in Western myth and literature. As a tale and later as an opera, it was pushed into various shapes by time. taste and politics until its suppression along with other classical operas in the Cultural Revolution of 1966. With the arrival of the Peking Opera in London this week, audiences will once again have a chance to see a great tradition at work. Research LIM POH-SIM Narrator
With EVA HADDON. ANNI ROSENFELD , GODFREY KENTON , ROD BEACHAM and JOHN ROWE
plays recorder sonatas by Handel and Telemann With GUSTAV LEONHARDT (harpsichord)
ANNER BYLSMA (CellO) gramophone records