Bull, arr Howarth Suite for brass ensemble: LONDON FESTIVAL BRASS ENSEMBLE directed by ELGAR HOWARTH trad Four country dances from 17th-century England: BROADSIDE BAND directed by JEREMY BARLOW lbert Trois pieces breves, for wind quintet ATHENA ENSEMBLE
Vaughan Williams Concerto Grosso: BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR Martinu Concertino for cello. wind. piano and percussion: SASA VECTOMOV (Cello), PRAGUE COLLEGIUM MUSICUM, conducted by FRANTISEK VAJNAR : records
Edited and introduced by John Lade
Building a Library: Mozart's Requiem, by MICHAEL KENNEDY.
New records reviewed by STEPHEN DODGSON.
Berlioz La mort de Cléopatre: JANET BAKER (mezzo-sop), LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS
Mozart Violin Concerto No 4, in D (K 218): IONA BROWN, who also directs the ACADEMY OF ST-MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS
Barber Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance: NEW YORK PHILHAR
MONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by THOMAS SCHIPPERS gramophone records
Sun Life Stanshawe Band, conductor Derek Bourgeois
Thomas Wilson Sinfonietta
Derek Bourgeois Calypso
Austin Rayner Wuthering Heights.
Sun Life Stanshawe
A new series in which speakers from many walks of life, musical and non-musical, are invited to introduce their favourite music. This week, the composer Gordon Crosse Producer
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Introduced by Hugh Keyte East Meets West
The tenor Nigel Rogers describes how an encounter with a modern Indian singer threw new light on one of the problems of singing Early Baroque music. Recorded examples by BHIMSEN JOSHI and NIGEL ROGERS
Robert Johnson (1583-1633) JAKOB LINDBERG (lute)
Anthony Burton 's selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
with Peter Clayton
Derek Malcolm (in the chair) talks with John Elsom , William Feaver and Claire Tomalin
This week's subjects: David Edgar 's version of Nicholas Nickleby for the Rsc; The Varieties of Western Woodcut at the British Museum; Margaret Drabble's new novel The Middle Ground; the Australian film Long Weekend, directed by Colin Eggleston : Jeffery Boswall 's BBC 1 documentary, Animal Olympians.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
played and introduced by Peter Hurford
Organ of Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge
Prelude and Fugue in c minor (BWV 549); Prelude in A minor (BWV 569); Concerto in c (BWV 594)
conducted by GEORGE HURST Malcolm Williamson Concerto Grosso
Schubert Entr'acte in a flat; Ballet in G (Rosamunde)
Brahms Symphony No 1, in c minor
To his previous radio portraits of other great singers, Nigel Douglas now adds that of the Swedish tenor. Jussi Bjorling , who died in 1960 at the tragically early age of 49. He traces his career with recordings of songs as well as arias from his operatic repertoire, which included I Pagliacci, Manon Lescaut , La fanciulla del West, La Boheme and II Trovatore. in which he made his London début. Producer ALAN HAYDOCK
Chopin Etude in A flat (Trois nouvelles Etudes, No 2)
Schumann Four piano pieces, Op 32
Brahms Four Ballades, Op 10
A short story by GEORGE MACKAY BROWN Read by John Shedden
Producer PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland
Part 2 Chopin Sonata in B minor. Op 58
(Sotnet Radio recording)
Sonatina for flute and piano: JAMES GALWAY ANTHONY GOLDSTONE: record