RAPHAEL WALLFISCH (cello)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by WlLFRIED
Schubert Symphony No 3, in D major
7.29* Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor
Stravinsky Suite No 2
8.14* Dvorak Symphony
No 7, in D minor
Scriabin.;'. 1 Cocaipe and rainbows was Henry Miller 'smelodramatic (and unfair) description Qf the' music of Alexander . Scrtabin
(1872-1015). This Week's programmes include all -Bve of his large-scare symphonic works, as well as some of the piano music contemporary with. them.
Symphony No 1, In E, Op 26 (1899-1900): SOLOISTS RSFSR RUSSIAN CHORUS
USSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV : record
with Antony Hopkins
MICHAEL ARNO and LIONEL SALTER
Acdrew Parcbam Solo in G Blow Ground, in E la mi, for harpsichord
Handel Fitzwilliam Sonata No 3, in D minor
John Loeillet Suite No 3, in c minor, for harpsichord
Dieupart Sonata No 2, in A minor
led by HUGH BRADLEY conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN RONALD SMITH (piano)
Saint-Saëns Piano Con. certo No 4, in c minor
Bruckner Symphony No 3, in D minor. BBC Scotland
The final concert of the present series, direct from St John's, Smith Square, London
Tamas Vasary (piano)
Beethoven Sonata in D major. Op 10 No 3
Schumann Carnaval, Op 9
(Tamas Vasary direct from the Free Trade Hall, Manchester: Thurs 7.30 R4UK)
played by Ian Curor in the Chapel of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea
Mendelssohn Sonata No:1 in F minor
Schumann Four Sketches, Op58;•<**-.-.,,„• Jirl Ropek Variations on Victimae Paschali Laddes ' .
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN. BRADBURY conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE Ernest Tomlinson Alla Marcia; Serenade to a Wayward 'Miss; Coilcert-Jig
Arthur Butterworth The Path across the Moors
Gounod Ballet Music: Faust-
George Butterworth The Banks of Green Willow . Bavid Morgan Partita
Rossine Overture: William
Sibelius Incidental MusiC; The Tempest
SUMSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST STEIN
Fauré Sonata. No 2; in E minor. Op 108
ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin) PAULCROSSLEY (piano) .
Berg Der Wein .
JESSYE NORMAN (soprano) NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRAconducted by PIERRE BOULEZ
Barlok Piano Concerto
MAURIZIO POLLINI CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO
Presented by Jack Brymer Instrumental Permutations Including music by Berlioz for two flutes, and harp, by Rossini for wind quartet, and by Liszt for. cello, harp, harmonium and piano.
with David Munrow Mexico - its customs, dances, music, and its ancient civilisations.
Just SO years ago the first record to be called ' boogie woogic ' was cut in Chicago by Pine Top Smith. In this three-part series Francis Smith traces the development of boogie woogie from its roots in the blues of the Southern States, and discusses how it established itself in the 1920s, the reasons for the popular boom in the 1940s, and its influence on popular music. The programmes are illustrated with rare records from Francis Smith 's own collection. 1: Southern Roots featuring the pianists cow COW DAVENPORT, WILL EZELL, LITTLE BROTHER MONTGOM-ERY and of course CLAR-ENCE ' PINE TOP ' SMITH.
conducted by SEIJIOZAWA J. C. Bach Sinfonia in I major. Op 18 No-5
Brahms Piano Concerto No
2, in B flat-, PETER SERKIN
From a concert given in SymphonyHall, Boston)
The poetry and song of ,the Boer War drawn from the, book by M. VAN WYK SMITH and composed for radio. by KEITH DARVILL.
1 The British army is an organised host of poets. Never before has Britain sent forth to the battle
* field so large a force of men sufficiently educated . to write.
With the voices of GLYNIS BJHOOKS , LAN BOBFORD, JON CROFT PHILIP DAVIS ADRIAN
ECAN' MALCOlM HAYES ,
ROGER HEATHCOTT , HILDA KRISEMAN , GREOORY DE POL
.NAY, MADDY PRIOR,
STRUAN RODGER , MICIIAEC THOUGHTON andPATER14JDDENHAM
Music arranged and consdu^cted by douu wootton
borns July 1879
The first in a new series
-of Bve programmes of orchestral music marking the composer's centenary. . Ancient Airs and Dances:
Suite No 1
PHII.HARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL BORATI Symphonie Poem: The Fountains of Rome
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ The Sunset
IRMGARD SSETRIED (Sop)
LUCERNE FESTIVAL STRINGS directed by RUDOLF BAUMGARTNER. records
'The poem reads the spell backwards and it
'can free us from perceptual habits into which we are locked, most of the time, by the automatisms of language.' .
Christopher Middleton introduces and reads a selection of his recent work. 'BBC Manchester
Charles Fox introduces THE ALAN WAKEMAN OCTET playing excerpts from The Chaturanga Suite
Chess arose in the 5th century AD in north-west India: It was then called Chaturanga.