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Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
KYUNG-WHA CHUNG (violin) ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHARLES DUTOIT
Gershwin Six song transcriptions
WILLIAM BOLCOM (piano)
Victor Herbert Festival March
CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA conducted by ERICH KUNZEL Gliere Harp Concerto in E flat; CATHERINE MICHEL. LUXEMBOURG RADIOORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS DE FROMENT : records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Britten's Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, by STEPHEN WALSH.
New organ and choral records, reviewed by GORDON REYNOLDS.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor (The Dorian) (bwv 538)
HELMUT WALCHA (organ)
Handel Messiah (Part 3) JUDITH NELSON (soprano) EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) CAROLYN WATKINSON (contralto)
PAUL ELLIOTT (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass)
CHOIR OF CHRIST CHURCH
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOG WOOD
Boellmann Introduction-choral: Menuet gothique DAVID SANGER (organ) gramophone records
DESFORD COLLIERY BAND conductor HOWARD SNELL
Edward Gregson Prelude for an Occasion
Wilfred Heaton Contest Music 1973
Vaughan Williams Overture: Henry V
Musical tributes loom large in Jeremy Slepmann's selection of records this week. Brahms salutes Joachim: Grieg honours Holberg; Beethoven borrows Mozart; Prokofiev pastiches
Presented by Clive Bennett
Eighteenth-century domestic music
Sonatas for wind instruments played by PHILIP PICKETT (recorder) DEIRDRE DUNDAS-GRANT ( bassoon)
ALASTAIR ROSS (harpsichord)
Telemann Sonata in F minor, for bassoon and continuo (Dergetreue Musikmeister)
Barsanti Sonata in F major, for recorder and continuo
Vivaldi Sonata in A minor, for recorder, bassoon and continuo (RV 86) Bach the Transcriber: Norman Carrell illustrates how and why Bach appropriated Vivaldi's concertos for his own use.
Nicholas Anderson 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.
Michael Billington (in the Chair), talks with Chris Dunkley , Bryan Robertson and Clancy Sigal.
This week's subjects: David Lodge 's novel How Far Can You Go?; photographs by Robert Frank at the ICA and Weegee at the Photographers Gallery; Andrei Tarkovsky 's film Mirror; The Dresser by Ronald Harwood at the Queen's Theatre, London; and the Radio 4 series The British Sea-farer.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
played by Peter Hurford who also introduces the series
Organ of Knox Grammar School, Sydney, Australia Chorale Preludes: Ach Gott und Herr (bwv 692); Wo soll ich fliehen hin (bwv 694); Fughetta on Das Jesulein soil doch mein Trost (BWV 702); Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Bwv 705); Liebster Jesu , wir sind hier (bwv 706); Ich hah' mein' Sach' Gott heimgestellt (Bwv 707 and 708); Herr Jesu Christ , dich zu uns wend (BWV 709); Allein Gott in der Hi)h' sei Ehr (bwv 711); In dich hab' ich gehoffet, Herr (bwv 712)
Fantasia on Jesu, meine Freude (bwv 713)
A short story by ELIZABETH BERRIDGE
Read by Anna Massey
The suburban peace of Giggs Green is disturbed by an unwelcome visitor. Producer ANTHONY VIVIS
at the Brighton Festival direct from The Dome
Vladimir Splvakov (violin) Susie Meszaros (viola)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by James Conlon Part 1
Weber Overture: Ruler of the Spirits
Mozart Sinfonia Conccrtante in E fiat (K 364)
Further excerpts from EDWARD HOLMES 'S Ramble Among the Musicians of Germany, published in 1828. In this episode Holmes sees Euryanthe in Darmstadt, tastes a most unpleasant wine, encounters a German postilion, and travels to Munich.
Read by Richard Briers
Part 2 Brahms
Symphony No 1, in c minor (Given in association with the Brighton Festival Society and Midland Bank Ltd)
Wild rock. Tamed rock.
Millstone grit - a soul-grinding sandstone.
Roof - of - the - wortd - ridge wind
And rain, and rain.
The Celtic territory of Elmet was bordered by the Calder Valley, where Ted Hughes spent his childhood. In the first of three programmes of his recent poetry. Ted Hughes presents a selection from his book Remains of Elmet. BBC Manchester
followed by an interlude
A series of programmes of music of all periods. but always containing something broadcast for the first time
Christopher Headington Piano Quartet (first broadcast performance)
Dvorak Piano Quintet in A major. Op 81
DELME STRING Qt'ARTET with KIRSTI HJORT (piano)