A series including all of Schumann's major piano works. 2: Florestan and Eusebius appear
Sonata No 1. Op 11 MAURIZIO POLLINI
Arabesque. Op 18 ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN Toccata, Op 7
SVIATOSLAV RICHTER gramophone records
anon Thomas gemma Cantuariae; Laetare Cantuaria
ACCADEMIA MONTEVERDIANA directed by DENIS STEVENS S.12* Vivaldi Violin Concerto in B flat, Op 4 No 1 (La Stravaganza)
FRANCO FANTIN1, I SOLISTI DI MILANO , conducted by ANGELO EPHRIKIAN
9.22* Bach Bist du bel mir (mono)
AAFJE HEYNIS (contralto) PIERRE PALLA (organ)
9.25* Schubert Incidental Music: Rosamunde (extracts): ILEANA COTRUBAS
(Sop), LEIPZIG RADIO CHORUS DRESDEN STAATSKAPELLE conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
10.5* Chopin Barcarolle , Op 60: FOU TS'ONG (piano)
10.15* Sibelius Cantata: The Origin of Fire. Op 32 SULO SAARITS (baritone)
HELSINKI UNIVERSITY CHORUS CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by MARTTI TURUNEN : records
Introduced bv Michael Oliver
Indian Summer in Monte Carlo: Massenet's last phase, by JAMES HARDING. Twenty-five years of the Kathleen Ferrier Mem orial Scholarship.
A conversation with ROY HENDERSON. Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)
JESSYE NORMAN (soprano) PATRICIA PAYNE (contralto) KENNETH RIEGEL (tenor) JOHN SHIRLEY QUIRK (bar) JOHN TOMLINSON (bass) BBC SINGERS director JOHN POOLE
BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS conductor BRIAN WRIGHT BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by DAVID ATHERTON, WITOLD LUTOSLAWSKI and SIR MICHAEL TIPPETT
Elliott Carter A Symphony of Three Orchestras (conducted by David Atherton)
Lutoslawskl Les espaces du sommeil (conducted by the composer)
11.50* Interval Reading
11.55* From the Proms 79 Part 2 Tippett
A Child of Our Time (conducted by the composer)
(D 887): AMADEUS STRING QUARTET
First of 13 programmes in which 29 choirs compete to represent the United Kingdom in this annual International Choral Competition.
1: Chamber Choirs (1)
GERALD BROWN SINGERS; TUDOR SINGERS OF LONDON; EXON SINGERS; ALDWYN CONSORT OF VOICES, GLOUCES-TER; STRANMILLIS SINGERS, BELFAST
Adjudicators NOEL cox, GEOFFREY MITCHELL , GARETH WALTERS. Introduced by Bernard Keeffe
Brahms Variations on an original theme, Op 21 No 1 Beethoven Six Bagatelles, Op 126
Debussy L'isle joyeuse WILLEM BRUNS (piano)
Opera in five acts
Music by Jules Massenet
Libretto by HENRI CAIN , after LE LORRAIN'S play based on the novel by Cervantes
(sung in French: records) Admirer of Dulcinée:
SUISSE ROMANDE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by KAZIMIERZ KORB Acts 1-3
'You might say it s all bravado, but it satisfies the need which men have to test themselves. Not for money, not for medals, just for truth.'
In the last of this series Derek Robinson describes the Running of the Bulls at Vila Franca de Xira, near Lisbon...
An assessment of the poetry of Edwin Morgan on the occasion of his 60th birthday.
' I was exploring language in these poems as well as trying to explore experience: poetry must also be an Art of Imagination.'
With DOUGLAS DUNN. SEAMUS HEANEY, JAMES MCGONI -GAL, TOM MCGRATH. MICHAEL SCHMIDT , T. C. SMOUT and EDWIN MORGAN himself
Compiled and presented by Carl MacDougall
Producer STEWART CONN BBC Scotland
Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
Britten Russian Funeral
Strauss Festmusik der Stadt Wien: record
First of two illustrated talks bv Professor Denis Matthews
1: The Cadenza in Mozart's Piano Concertos
by STEWART PARKER Wonderfully acute andfunny dialogue
Directed by ROBERT COOPER (Harry Towb is a National Theatre player) followed by an interlude
conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO HILDEGARD BEHRENS (sop)
Beethoven Scena and Aria: Ah! perfido
Schubert Symphony No 2
' The impossibility of reading should not be taken too lightly,' suggests PROFESSOR PAUL DE MAN in his contribution to the recent collection of American and French critical essays Deconstruction and Criticism.
Dr Roger Scruton , Lecturer in Philosophy at Birkheck College, London, considers the collection and evaluates its claims.
Professor Paul De
Berg Altenberg I.icder
Strauss Death and Transfiguration
(SFB Berlin recording)
A short storv by ROBERT NYE. Read by Siaii Phillips
played by NINA MILKINA
Scarlatti Four Sonatas (Kk 107, 481. 17, 396)
Bach Partita No 2, in c minor (bwv 826)