director and soloist
JOSÉ-LUIS GARCIA (violin) Warlock Capriol Suite
Mozart Divertimento in D (K 136)
Schubert Adagio and Rondo, for violin and strings (D 438)
Elgar Serenade for strings
Edited and introduced by John Lade Building a Library: Delius on record, by CHRISTOPHER PALMER. New choral and organ records, reviewed by GORDON REYNOLDS. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Bizet Te Deum KARI LÖVAAS (soprano) SIEGFRIED JERUSALEM (tenor), PHILHARMONIA VOCAL ENSEMBLE STUTTGART PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by HANS ZANOTELLI Muffat Toccata in D minor (Apparatus musico-organisticus. 1690) GUSTAV LEONHARDT (organ) Respighi Lauda per la Nativita del Signore JILL GOMEZ (SOP), MERIEL DICKINSON (mezzo-soprano) ROBERT TEAR (tenor) LONDON CHAMBER CHOIR MEMBERS OF THE LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by LASZLO HELTAY : records
BESSES 0' TH' BARN BAND conductor ROY NEWSOME Bliss Belmont Variations Edward Gregson Prelude and Capriccio
Fritz Voegelln Changing Cells (first performance in this country) BBC Manchester
John Amis presents a weekly selection of classics on record.
Haydn Quartet in D major, Op 71 No 2
Zemlinsky Quartet No 3 (1924)
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET Colin Sauer (violin)
Malcolm Latchem (violin) Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
Christopher de Souza introduces his personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
J. W. Lambert (in the Chair) talks with Richard Mayne , Eric Rhode and Polly Toynbee.
This week's subjects: Fay Weldon 's novel Puffball; the film The Seduction of Joe Tynan , directed by Jerry Schatzberg ; Malcolm Bradbury's adaptation of John Fowles 's The Enigma for BBC2; Simone Benmussa 's Appearances at the May Fair Theatre: and the first exhibition in the National Gallery series Second Sight.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
conductor JOHN POOLE
Schumann Sechs Lieder. 0.) 33
Strauss Die Gottin in Putzzimmer
Ravel Trois chansons
Poulenc Chansons francaises
led by HARRY CAWOOD conducted by Simon Rattle
Ptnchas Zukerman (violin) Part 1 Elgar
Violin Concerto in B minor
The Stained Glass Door by Shena Mackay
Read by PAULINE COLLINS
Producer ALEC REID (Third Prizewinner: next Sot)
Part 2 Sibelius
Symphony No 1, in e minor (A public concert given in association with ATV Network Ltd last June in the Winter Gardens as part of the 1979 Malvern Festival)
An appreciation of the life and work of F. W. Bateson (1901-1978), teacher, critic, editor and polemicist, by Mark Storey.
F. W. Bateson 's influence on the study and appreciation of English literature extended far beyond Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he taught from 1946 until 1969.
Bateson's combative and irreverent manner, his battles within the Oxford English school and the long-running debate with F. R. Leavis are recalled by former pupils, colleagues and friends, including A. L. ALVAREZ , ALAN BRIEN , JOIIN CAREY , VALENTINE CUNNINGHAM , DONALD DAVIE , MARTIN DODS -WORTH, GRAHAM MARTIN , CHRISTOPHER RICKS , WALLACE ROBSON, IAN SMALL, STEPHEN WALL.
Producer BRIAN BARFIELD
as set by Luciano Bcrio and performed by SWINGLE ii: record
Not only did Max Reger (18731916) compose orchestral variations on a famous melody from a Mozart piano sonata, but he hinted at its lullaby-like rhythm at many points in his music.
YVONNE KENNY (SOP). With ROGER VIGNOLES (piano) RUTH GEIGER (piano)
RAI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Tt'RIN conducted by KURT MASUR Mozart Warnung : Piano Sonata in A (K 331)
Reger Wiegenlied ; Miide: Allen Welten abgcwandt; Hat gesagt
Strauss Hat gesagt
Reger Die Mutter sprieht: Maiennacht: Leise, leise weht: Warnung
Reger Variations on a theme by Mozart (Italian Radio recording) (Revised repeat)