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Michael Haydn String Quintet in G
7.27* Puccini Duet: 0 Mimi, tu più non torni (La Boheme)
LUCIANO PAVAROTTI (tenor) ROLANDO PANERAI (baritone) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.32* Rodrigo Concierto Serenata for harp and orchestra
BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by ERNST MÄRZENDORFER
8.5 Overture (continued) Delius, arr Fenby La Calinda (Koanga) HALLÉ ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROI.I.I
8.10* Poulenc, orch Berkeley Flute Sonata JAMES GALWAY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHARLES DUTOIT
8.23* Mozart Divertimento in F (K 247)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN gramophone records
PILAR LORENGAR (soprano) YVONNE MINTON
LUCIANO PAVAROTTI (tenor) HANS SOTIN (bass)
LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS
AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by ISTVAN KERTESZ
A concert by the VIDOM PIANO TRIO, from Israel
Dora Schwarzberg (violin) Marc Drobinskv (cello)
Victor Derevianko (piano) Parti Kenneth Leighton Piano Trio. Op 46
Schumann Trio No 3, In G minor, Op 110
11.5* Interval Reading
11.10* Lake District Festival 1979
Part 2 Beethoven
Trio in B flat, Op 97 (Archduke)
led by BARRY BASKET conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Mozart Adagio and Fugue in c minor (K 546)
Delius In a Summer Garden
Dvorak Symphony No 5, in F. Op 76 BBC Wales
at Dartington Hall 1979
Lindsay String Quartet
Haydn Quartet in G major, Op 64 No 4
Janacek Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters)
Hans-Hubert Schonzeler. the conductor, looks at the history of an old Czech tune.
Part 2 Mendelssohn
Quartet in A minor, Op 13 BBC Bristol
The BBC SINGERS, conducted by STEPHEN FORTMAN and accompanied by ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano), present a programme of traditional and 20th-century American songs in a lighter vein by Copland, Gershwin, Cole Porter and Barber.
Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales
Edwin Carr Four Concert Studies (first broadcast performance)
Chopin Fantaisie in r minor, Op 49
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conductor
Tchaikovsky Polonaise and Waltz (Eugene One-gin)
Schubert Entr'acte in B flat (Rosamunde)
Borodin Polovtsian Dan ces (Prince Igor)
Handel, arr Harty Movements from Water Music Sibelius Valse triste
Walton Johannesburg Festival Overture
(Given before an audience of children on 24 September 1979 in the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, East Sussex)
Jeremy Siepmann presents today's programme of music for early-evening listening, followed by an interlude medium wave and mono only from 6.10.
Antony Hopkins considers a work or theme that has recently caught his attention.
by Leonard Maguire
'I had a dreadful dream that I was put on trial . . . my whole life was in question, and they refused my answers, and kept pointing at me. The chief speaker in particular - it was Jemmy Bowyer the old flogging-master. Savage dogs in the room, snapping and gnashing their teeth, and I tried to run and could not.'
The action is set in an extension to Dr James Gilman's house in High-gate, an eyrie where the poet might work and think in quiet, and sometimes ... fall asleep.
(First broadcast on Radio Scotland) followed by an interlude
Samuel Taylor Coleridge:
'Wagner meant his music to be sung with the most exquisite sensitivity in point of quality of tone and precision of pitch, exactly as Mozart did.'
Alan Blyth considers this point with reference to Wagner's Die Walkiire, illustrating his argument with records of, among others, Lilli Lehmann , Frida Leider , Hans Hot ter, Lauritz Melchior , Friedrich Schorr and Franz Volker.
(The English National Opera gramophone recording of The Valkyrie will be broadcast next Sun-dan: the next In Repertory will be on 17 January)
JOHN LADE introduces the performance of Haydn's
' Clock ' Symphony recommended in last Saturday's Record Review.
A short story by ELAINE FEINSTEIN
Read by Julia Lang Producer ALEC REID
The Sleeping Giant Awakes Tim Souster , director of the Computer Music Project at Keele University, presents a wide-ranging introductory survey of the emergent computer technology. In the first of two programmes, he also includes compositions from Stanford University In California and IRCAM in Paris.
Australia v England
Commentary from Sydney on the whole of the first day's play in the Second Test Match. Commentators: CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS, ALAN MCGILVRAT and JIM MAXWELL , With comments from LINDSAY HASSETT and BOBBY SIMPSON.