Smetana Overture: The Bartered Bride (mono) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL KLETZKI
7.11* Rawsthorne Piano Concerto No 1 (1942) MALCOLM BINNS , .
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE.
7.30" Moeran Sinfonietta (1944): LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conduct-. ed by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.5 Overture (continued) Franck Symphonic Poem: Le chasseur maudit THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
8.21* Bizet Chanson d'avril; Adieux de l'hõtesse arabe: JILL GOMEZ (sop) JOHN constable (piano)
8.27* Mendelssohn Symphony No 1, in c minor NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH : records
'In the process of composition his imaginative " inner ear is listening, all the time and at full stretch, to what he is doing: I feel tolerably sure that his ideas never occur to him as anything but sheer sensuous sound, and that it is to this fact that they owe the force and freshness with which they strike the listener's ear.'
(DESMOND SHAWE TAYLOR )
Hymn to the Virgin
LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS
AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by GEORGE MALCOLM
String Quartet in D (1931) GABRIELI STRING QUARTET
Te Deum in c: CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE RORY PHILLIPS (treble)
JAMES LANCELOT (organ) conducted by PHILIP LEDGER Simple Symphony, for string orchestra, Op 4 ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone records
In this series of 13 programmes the singer Nigel Douglas presents recordings of some of his favourite singers.
5: Luisa Tetrazzini
(First broadcast on R4UK)
Michala Petrl (recorders) David Petri (cello)
Hanne Petri (harpsichord) Telemann Fantasy No 11, in c major, for unaccompanied recorder
Vagn Holmboe Trio, Op 133
Erling D. Bjerno Avcssolares for unaccompanied recorder
VivaldiConcertotac major (Rv 443)
leader BARRY WILDE conducted by SIMON RATTLE VICTORIA POSTNIKOVA (piano)
Stravinsky Concerto In i flat (Dumbarton Oaks)
Mozart Piano Concerto No 21, In c major (k 467)
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5* Northern Sinfonia Orchestra, Part 2
Ireland Concertino pastorale
Haydn Symphony No 102, in B flat
(A Royal Philharmonic Society concert given in the Royal Festival Hall. London, on 9 May)
direct from St John 's, Smith Square. London Andre Tcháikowsky (piano)
Beethoven Sonata In z minor, Op 90
(Tickets £1.10 available from 11.0 am today, or in advance from the Box Office, tel [number removed])
(Repeated: Wed 10.30 pm)
The organ now at Hall Place, Bexley, Kent. was built in 1766 by George England for the nearby Danson Mansion, and has been restored to approximately fts original condition. David Sanger Introduces the instrument, and plays music appropriate to it by English composers from Purcell to the Wesleys.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by HOWARD WILLIAMS
Johann Strauss Overture: The Gypsy Baron
Mendelssohn Intermezzo: Nocturne: Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
Barber Adagio for strings Copland An Outdoor Overture
Ravel Suite: Ma mere I'oye
Telemann Suite In A minor, for flute and strings: JAMES GALWAY ZAGREB SOLOISTS
Dowland I saw my Ladye weeping
EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in F, Op 10 No 2 BERNARD ROBERTS
Mahler Rheinlegendchen; Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht (Des Knaben Wunderhorn): FREDERICA VON STADE (SOp), LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDREW DAVIS Strauss Suite: Le bourgeois gentilhomme
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
Presented by Jack Brymer Chopin and Rachmaninov VALERIE TRYON plays Chopin's Variations Brillantes in a flat, and the Berceuse in D flat, and ALFRED ORDA sings songs by Rachmaninov.
at the Edinburgh International Festival 1979 leader BELA DEKANY conductor
Shostakovich Symphony NO 14: FELICITY PALMER (sop)
NICOLA GHIUSELEV (bass)
Gawn Grainger reads a monologue by SAMUEL BEC-KETT, recorded at the National Theatre in 1976.
Part 2 Britten
MARGARET MARSHALL (SOp) HELEN WATTS (contralto) PETER PEARS (tenor)
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL CHORI'S chorus-master JOHN CURRIE SNO JUNIOR CHORUS chorus director JEAN KIDD (A public concert given in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, on 20 August)
The arts in West Germany since 1945
How have West German writers, artists and musicians responded to the experience of building a new society? What does it mean to be a German today? How have Germans come to terms with their past? Is the mood one of resignation, responsibility or further revolt? Richard Mayne reflects on these questions with, among others, novelists HEINRICH ROLL , winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1972, and uwi JOHNSON, the poet HANS MAGNUS ENZENSBERGER , the film director, VOLKER SCHLONDORFF , this year's winner of the Cannes Grand Prix for his version of Giinter Grass's The Tin Drum, the composers MAURIC1OKAGEL and ARI-BERT REIMANN and the artist JOSEF BEUYS.
Reader Stephen Murray Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
(Culture and politics in East Germany: 13 Nov)
play music for one and twoviolinsbyLeopold Mozart, Bach, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Wieniawski and Carnival of Venice arranged by Paganinl. (Hungarian Radio recording)
Introduced by Charles Fox Excerpts from Bright as Fire. Words by WILLIAM BLAKE , arranged by ADRIAN MITCHELL
Music by Mike Westbrook MIKE WESTBROOK BRASS BAND