Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat (k 191) GWYDION BROOKE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
7.34* Messager Ballet: Les deux pigeons (excerpts) THE PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT gramophone records
Stunz Overture: La Rappresaglia: BASLE ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY ORCHESTRA conducted by HANS VOGT
8.13* Jacques-Dalcroze Caprices et Novelettes Nos 1 and 11 (mono)
MARCEL GRAVOIS (violin)
FRANCOIS COURVOISIER (cello) DORIS ROSSIAUD (piano)
8.22* Honegger Concertino for piano and orchestra: WALTER KLIEN VIENNA PRO MUSICA ORCHESTRA, conducted by HEINRICH HOLLREISER
8.33* Raft Sinfonietta for ten wind instruments
MEMBERS OF THE SWISS-ITALIAN RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by LEOPOLDO CASELLA : records
Violin Concerto No 1
DAVID OISTRAKH , MOSCOW
RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKT
Piano Concerto No 2 MAURIZIO POLLINI
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO gramophone records
First of 15 weekly programmes in which Christopher Hogwood traces the development and spread of the most popular and influential form of baroque chamber music. This introductory programme surveys the principles of thought behind the trio-sonata, as reflected in vocal music from the whole of the baroque period, by Monteverdi. Frescobaldi, Handel, Couperin and J. C. Bach , and as exemplified in Handel's Trio-Sonata in B minor. Op 2 No 1. Performed by MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMY or ANCIENT music.
(Christopher Hogwood 's BBC Music Guide to The Trio-Sonata is now available, price £2.50)
David Carhart's Second, not heard before, in a recital by Margaret Kitchin in which she also plays a set of eight short pieces, "Configurations", by Bernd Alois Zimmermann and the first two Sonatinas of Busoni.
conducted by URI SEGAL ARVE TELLEFSEN (violin) Part 1 Beethoven
Overture: The Ruins of Athens; Violin Concerto
Presented by Ian McDougall
Producer BLAIR THOMSON
(Rptd: tomorrow 8.15 pm
Part 2 Beethoven
Symphony No 4, in B flat
(Given on 19 Dec 1979 in the County Hall, Cwmbran, in association with the Welsh Arts Council) BBC Wales
Skalkottas Tender Melody Stephen Dodgson Five Occasional Pieces Skalkottas Bolero
ROHAN AND DRUVI DE SARAM (cello and piano)
H. C. Robbins Landon discusses the lives and work of some composers whose reputations today might be greater had they not been eclipsed by the contemporary giants Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. 1: Clementi
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON gramophone records
H. C. Robbins
First in a series of ten programmes in which the symphonies are prefaced by Eastern European music of other kinds, sometimes traditional trad Moravian folk songs (mono) (with accompaniment of traditional cimbalom band)
Janacek Mladi (Youth) ADOLF NECUVATAL (bass-clarinet)
PRAGUE WIND QUINTET
Dvorak Moravian Duets, Op 20: EVA ZIKMUNDOVA (SOp) ivo IVO ZIDEK (tenor)
ALFRED HOLECEK (piano)
Martinu Symphony No 2 CZECH PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN : records
Charles Fox with records
Michael Berkeley introduces a sequence of music for early evening,
Serenade in D, for flute, violin and viola: JAMES GALWAY, JOHN GEORGIADIS , BRIAN HAWKINS : record
by SEVERO SARDUY translated by BARBARA THOMPSON
The second of three plays from amongst those which received major awards in 1979. This play was given the Society of Authors Pye Radio Award for best production.
Cannes. A fair-haired young body, male or female, at the sea's edge. Photographs taken. But the photographs hold different memories. Sarduy merges the themes of the body's awareness and the transience of youth and physical beauty.
The voices: SARAH BADEL , CAROLE BOYD , JOHN BULL , GEOFFREY COLLINS , DAVIS MARCH. VALERIE SARRUP
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (First broadcast in May 1979)
BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEOPOLD HAGER
CLIFFORD CURZON (piano)
Divertimento No 11, in D (K 251); Piano Concerto No 24, in c minor (K 491)
In the second of three talks, The Rev Dr Edward Norman , Dean of Peter-house, Cambridge, who has visited South Africa three times in the past year, reports on visits to an Anglican and a Dutch Reformed congregation in Soweto and makes discoveries about the political involvement of churches there.
Symphony No 36, in c (Linz) (K 425) (Bavarian Radio recording)
by JACK TREVOR STORY
1 Secretive wives are a complete give-away.' Read by Sheila Steafel Producer BRIAN WRIGHT
Performed by MILLA ANDREW (soprano) GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano) Song-Cycle: Seven Poems by Pushkin, Op 52; Four settings of Goethe; Arion (Pushkin).
Introduced by Charles Fox HOLDSWORTH AND CO
Australia v England
Commentary from Sydney on the whole of the fifth and final day's play in the Second Test Match.
Australia v England
Commentary from Sydney on the whole of the final day's play in the Second Test Match by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS , ALAN MC GILVRAY and JIM MAXWELL with comments from former Australian captains LINDSAY HASSETT and BOBBY SIMPSON.