A series including all of his major piano works
4: Mingled Weal and Woe Paganini Studies Book 1, Op 3: PETER FRANKL
Davidsbiindlertanze Op 6 (mono): WALTER GIESEKING gramophone records
Buxtehude Chorale Fantasia: Wie schon leuchtet der Morgenstern
PETER HURFORD (organ)
9.11* Bruckner Cantata: Helgoland: AMBROSIAN MALE VOICE CHORUS
STMPHONICA OF LONDON conducted by WYN MORRIS
9.26* Scriabin Sonata No 2. in G sharp minor (Sonata-Fantasy)
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
9.40* Kodaly Summer Evening
PIIILHARMONIA HUNGARICA conducted by ANTAL DORATI
9.57* Webern Concerto, Op 24: MEMBERS OF THE LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ
18.4* arr Berio Folk Songs CATHY BERBERIAN (SOpranO) JUILLIARD ENSEMBLE conducted by LUCIANO BERIO : records
Introduced by Michael Oliver
' Music as willed and realised for its own sake': MARTIN COOPER on Roussel's later style.
The hurdy-gurdy and its music: a conversation With SAMUEL AND SUSANN PALMER. Concord, Massachusetts,
1840-60: essay on a sonata, by ARNOLD WHITTALL. Producer
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)
GERHARD OPPITZ (piano)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, leader
DENNIS SIMONS , conducted bv GÜNTHER HERBIG Part 1 Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 5. in E flat major (Emperor)
12.0* Interval Reading
12.10* From the Proms 79 Part 2 Bruckner Symphony No 9, in D minor
3: Large Choirs (1)
BATH COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION CHOIR
BANGOR PARISH CHURCH CHOIR
SWANSEA MALE CHOIR
Adjudicators NOEL cox, GEOFFREY MITCHELL , GARETH WALTERS. Introduced by Bernard Keeffe
Ravel Valses nobles et sontimentales
Edwin Carr Four Concert Studies
Chopin Fantaisie in r minor, Op 49
Opera in three acts with words and music by Delius
A truly remarkable work of which no one living knows either a word or a note (SIR THOMAS BEECHAM ) These words now no longer apply since this BBC studio recording gave the work its premiere in November 1977.
To introduce the performance, Robert Thrclfall of the Delius Trust talks to ELAINE PADMORE about the opera. It reflects the period when Delius lived in the depths of Florida where the legend of a fountain of eternal youth and wisdom fired his imagination.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA led by ARTHUR PRICE conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
Repetiteur GILES SWAYNE Technical presentation JOHN RUSHBY-SMITH
Producer ELAINE PADMORE
Act 1 Sc 1: On board ship; Sc 2: A sandy beach on the coast of Florida; Interlude
Act 2 Sc 1: An Indian village in the forest; Sc 2: Talum Hadjo 's abode by the banks of a stream; Interlude
Act 3: The Everglades - a tropical and luxurious swamp.
(This performance is available, with libretto, in a two-record boxed set on the BBC Records Artium label - BBC 2001) (A Village Romeo and Juliet: Friday 23 May)
The great English conductor of the prewar era was born in St Peters-burg. He was a champion of Russian music in general and Scriabin in particular. Christopher Dyment talks about this legendary figure and examines his recorded legacy.
STRING QUARTET OF THE SOVIET TV AND RADIO LARGE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Grigori Unanjan (violin) Aleksei Salasov (violin) Mihail Gudimov (viola)
Shostakovich Quartet No 7, in F sharp minor, Op 108
Tchaikovsky Quartet in D major. Op 11
David Brown presents evidence brought from Russia by Alexandra Orlova concerning the last few days of the composer's life in November 1893.
Part 2 Beethoven Quartet in c major, Op 59 No 3
(Seventh concert in the current international season of the EBU, given last month in the Sibelius Academy of Music and presented by Finnish Radio)
leader SIMON STANDAGE directed from the harpsichord by TREVOR PINNOCK
Vivaldi Concerto in c minor (Rv 152)
Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor (bwv 1052)
Vivaldi Cello Concerto In B minor (rv 424)
ANTHONY PLEETH (cellol
Leclair Violin Concerto in D, Op 7 No 2
SIMON STAND AGE (violin)
Women do not come into Lord Marsden's domestic life. ' except to dust '. until he sees the painter Katya Lowell , in a ' long and susurrant dress of a purplish, pleated wool, with a strict belt Wealth and elegance are brushed with roughness and intrigue in this story of love and self-punishment, written and read by Frederic Raphael.
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA leader CARL PINI conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
Part 1 Stockhausen jubiLEE (first UK performance)
This controversial 18th-century sculptor's works were prominently sited in and around London, provoking reaction from wild enthusiasm to total derision. John Martin Robinson presents an account of Wyatt's life and an explanation of the controversy.
Part 2 Mahler
Symphony No 5 (Giien on 9 May in the Royal Festival Hall, London)