Pavel Vranicky Diverti mento in B flat
Mozart Piano Concerto No 17, in G (K 453): EDWIN FISCHER (director/soloist) with chamber orchestra gramophone records
Listeners' record requests Bruch Kol Nidrei , Op 47 PIERRE FOURNIER (cello)
LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA, COnducted bv JEAN MARTINON
9.16. Satnt-Saens Piano Concerto No5. in F, Op 103 ALDO CICCOLINI
THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by SERGE BAUDO
9.45* Mahler Das klagende Lied (Parts 2 and 3) TERESA ZYLIS-CARA (sop)
ANNA REYNOLDS (mCZZO-Sop) ANDOR KAPOSY (tenor)
AMBROSIAN SINGERS, NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by WYN MORRIS
Schumann and the piano: PETER FRANKL on an addition to the repertoire.
The quiet American - George Crumb and his music, by RICHARD STEIN -ITZ.
A conversation with SIR CHARLES MACKERRAS. Presented by Jeremy Siepmann
This week's concert, conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ , was recorded in May 1971 Schoenberg Accompani ment to a film scene
Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden
Gesellen BARRY MCDANIEL (bar)
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird (1910/1919)
Roy Strong reflects on the merchandise now commonly for sale in theatre foyers, museums, cathedrals and country houses.
Part 2 Bartok
Music for strings, percussion and celesta (Cleveland Orchestra Broadcast Service recording)
The first of 15 programmes in which 46 choirs from 16 countries, including the United Kingdom, compete in seven classes for the International Trophies and for the BBC Silver Rose Bowl which is awarded to the most outstanding choir in the competition.
The series begins with the Chamber Choir Class. a new section introduced this year for small choirs of all types. This week: choirs of West Germany, Austria and Hungary. Introduced by Bernard Keeffe
Two Polonaises (D 824)
Sonata in c (Grand Duoi (D 812)
ANNE QIEFFELEC and IMOGEN COOPER : records
(1 Gioielli delta Madonna) Opera in three acts by Wolf-Ferrari
Libretto by CARLO ZANGA-RINI and ENRICO GOLISCIANI (sung in Italian)
TRINITY BOYS' CHOIR BBC SINGERS trained by GORDON KEMBER BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader ELI GOREN conducted by ALRERTO EREDE
Ropetiteur RICHARD NUNN Producer LIONEL SALTER
3.0* Interval Reading
3.10*The Jewels of the Madonna, Acts 2 and 3
A series of three programmes in which Peter Fryer talks about the traditional music of black Africa and shows what happened when it crossed the Atlantic.
(followed by an interlude)
Peter Hurford gives the second of a series of five programmes in which British organists talk about two oi their favourite instruments and play recordings they have made on them.
conducts the BOSTON SYMPHONYORCHKSTRA Sibelius Symphony No 4, in A minor: records
Haydn Piano Trio in A major (H xv 9)
Schumann Piano Trio in r major, Op 80
( Part of a recording from last year's Wigmore Hall Summer Festival)
direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Irene Sandford (soprano), Bernadette Greevy (contralto), Frank Patterson (tenor), William Young (bass) Cantata Singers
John O'Sullivan (organ continuo), Betty Sullivan (cello continuo) New Irish Chamber Orchestra, leader Mary Gallagher, conductor John Beckett
Bach: Sinfonia (Cantata No 174); Cantata No 21: Ich hatte viel Bekiimmernis
New Irish Chamber
A reading by Peter Marin ker from HENRY DAVID THOREAU'S tale of his life in the woods, Walden.
Part 2 Bach
Sinfonia (Cantata No 42) Cantata No 30: Freue dich, erlöste Schar
(The New Irish Chamber Orchestra and Cantata Singers' participation has been made possible by a donation from Allied Irish Banks Ltd)
A play for radio by MENZIES MCKILLOP
'Rather than believe ghosts are here walking, I prefer to suppose that our good friends have been suffering from .. well, let's call it delirium tremens.'
Directed by STEWART CONN BBC Scotland
the Prince of Denmark:
the Ghost of Hamlet's:
JOHN YORK (piano) Preludes (Boo!: 2)
Wind Quintet (1922) DANISH WIND QUINTET gramophone records