Bizet L'Arlésienne: Suite No 1: BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.23* arr Cantelnube Two bourrées (Songs of the Auvergne)
NETANIA DAVRATH (SOpranO) orchestra conducted by PIERRE DE LA ROCHE
7.29* Massenet Scenes alsaciennes: MONTE CARLO OPERA ORCHESTRA, conducted by JOHN ELIOT GARDINER gramophone records
de la Roche
Fifth Cantata: Ehre Sel dir.
Gott JILL GOMEZ (soprano) CHARLES BRETT
PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
STEPHEN Roberts (baritone) ALASTAIR ROSS
RICHARD HICKOX SINGERS AND ORCHESTRA leader SIMON STANDAGE conductor RICHARD HICKOX (Repent) (Sixth Cantata: tonight at 8.0)
Introduced by Michael Oliver
'The Passionate Intellectual ': Hans von Btilow, Brahmin and New German, by WILLIAM MANN.
Reflections at the Half Century: GEOFFREY BUSH on his work as a composer. Producer
(Repealed; Wed 2,0 pm)
HERBERT VON KARAJAN MARK ZELTSER (piano)
Webern Five Pieces for string orchestra. Op 5
Schumann Symphony No 4. in D minor
12.1* Interval Reading
12.5* Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Piano Concerto No 1, In flat minor
(SFB Berlin recording)
by John Mayer
The second of five programmes designed to help the European listener come to terms with the practice and conventions of Indian classical music. In this talk John Mayer discusses The Instruments of India.
The First Ten Years
Haydn Quartet in c major, Op 76 No 3 (Emperor)
Smetana Quartet No 1. in I minor (From My Life) A MABEUS QUARTET
Norbert Brainin (violin) Siegmund Nissel (violin) Peter Schidlof (viola) Martin Lovett (cello)
(First broadcast on 13 December 1976)
Wagner's epic tetralogy performed in ANDREW PORTER'S English translation by the ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA: records The Valkyrie Introduced by ANDREW PORTER
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA ORCHESTRA, conducted by REGINALD GOODALL ACt 1
with Paul Scofield and Joy Parker
An account of the relationship between William Charles Macready and Helen Faucit , taken from their diaries and letters, and adapted and narrated by Richard Mangan
Saw The Provost of-Bruges ... How splendidly did Mr Macready act in it ... Somehow he always carries my heart and soul along with him.' Miss Faucit would make me think if I were a young man that she had designs upon me, but I suppose it is all the truth of acting.'
Directed by IAN COTTERELL
Second of 13 programmes
Epiphany Clemens non Papa MIssa A la fontaine du prez
Byrd Mass proper a 4 (Gradual: Omnes de Saba a 5, Jacob Handl)
CLERKES OF OXENFORD
PATRICK RUSSILL (organ) conductor DAVID WULSTAN
Excerpts recorded earlier this evening at the Russian Orthodox Church in Ennismore Gardens, London, conducted by METRO
POLITAN ANTHONY OF SOUROZH With commentary by NIKOLAI KOJEVNIKOV also broadcast on short Wave (49m) and on medium (1296kHz/231m)
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