Comprehensive forecast for UK land areas and inshore waters
conducted by LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI
Dvorak Slavonic Dance in E minor, Op 72 No 2 CZECH PHILHARMONIC
Grainger Handel in the Strand (mono) the COMPOSER (piano) STOKOWSKI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Pnnehielli Dance of the Hours (La Gioconda) (mono)
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Bizet Symphony in c NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA gramophone records
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D
ORCHESTRA conducted by KYRIL KONDRASHIN
9.50* Walton Facade (excerpts)
CATHY BERBERIAN and ROBERT TEAR (speakers) ENSEMBLE, conducted by STEUART BEDFORD
10.11* Bruckner Symphony No 6, in A CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI gramophone records
Sam B. Wood March: Yorkshire Imperial
YORKSHIRE IMPERIAL BAND conducted by DENIS CARR
Hoist A Moorside Suite PAIREY BAND conducted by KENNETH DENNISON
Denis Wright Symphonic Sketch: Tarn O'Shanler 's Ride
YORKSHIRE IMPERIAL BAND conducted by DENIS CARR gramophone records
A series in which speakers from many walks of life, musical and non-musical, are invited to introduce some of their favourite music. This week, the journalist and writer on music, Martin Cooper.
PIERS BURTON-PAGE gramophone records
Introduced by Clive Bennett
Rameau's 'pastorale héroїque ', Zais, is being broadcast on Radio 3 this evening, and another of his dramatic works in the same genre, Nais, is being performed in London's Old Vic theatre at the end of the month. Arthur Hutchings discusses this peculiarly French entertainment and draws attention to Rameau's importance as an orchestrator.
Du/ay's Missa Ecce An-cilia Domini
A new gramophone record reviewed and the music discussed by Christopher Page. This Is followed by a broadcast of the complete record made by an American ensemble, the POMERIUM MUSICES, conducted by ALEXANDER BLACHLY.
Ann Stangar introduces her personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
(Next week's preview: Friday 6.55 pm)
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Philip Oakes (in the chair), talks with William Feaver , Hermione Lee and Christopher Ricks.
This week's subjects: Neville Smith's Radio 4 play Over the Moon/Sick as a Parrot; Travels with Pen, Pencil and Ink by David Hockney at the Tate Gallery; Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Buried Child at the Hampstead Theatre; Herbert Ross's film Nijinsky; and Angus Wilson's new novel Setting the World on Fire.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
Played and introduced by Peter Hurford
Oruan of New College Chapel, Oxford
Chorale Preludes: Ach Gott und Herr (BWV 714); Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr' (BWV 715)
Fuga super Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr (BWV 716)
Chorale Preludes: Der Tag. der ist so freudenreich (bwv 719); Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (BWV 720); Allein Gott in der Iloh' sei Ehr' (bwv 717): Christ lag in Todesbanden (BWV 718)
Concerto in c (BWV 595)
Chorale Preludes: Gottes Sohn ist kommen (Bwv 724); Herzlich tut mich verlangen (BWV 727); Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (Bwv 722); Liebster Jesu. wir sind hier (BWV 731)
Prelude in c (BWV 567), with Fugue in c (BWV 946)
reads his own short story Design with Stars
Producer LIANE AUKIN
Ballet héroïque in a prologue and four acts Music by Jean-Philippe Rameau Libretto by LOUIS DE CAHUSAC
(sung in French: records)
GHENT COLLEGIUM VOCALE LA PETITE BANDE conducted by GUSTAV I.EONHARDT
Prologue and Act 1
8.35* Interval Reading
Acts 2, 3 and 4
Sonata in E minor, Op 90 EMIL GILELS (piano) gramophone record
Requiem TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SEIJI OZAWA gramophone record