Bliss Suite: Kenilworth
GRIMETHORPE COLLIERY BAND conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH
Tchaikovsky Pezzo capriCCiOSO: PAUL TORTELIER (cello), NORTHERN SINFONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by YAN PASCAL TORTELIER
Parry Blest Pair of Sirens LONDON PHILHARMONIC CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
Rozsa Spellbound Concerto: DANIEL ADNI (piano) BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by KENNETH ALWYN
Brahms Academic Festival Overture: PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, COnducted by OTTO KLEMPERER gramophone records
Handel Te Deum and Jubilate for the Peace of Utrecht
SOLOISTS, GERAINT JONES SINGERS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by GERAINT JONES Chopin Polonaises, Op 40; Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat, Op 61
MAURIZIO POLLINI (piano)
Mozart Mass in c minor (K 427)
SOLOISTS, CHORUS AND ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER : records
EVER-READY CO (GB) BAND conductor
Paul Huber Caprice
Granville Bantock Land of the ever young
Denis Wright Symphonic Suite: Tintagel
Shipley Douglas March: Mephistopheles
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 poet and novelist Roy Fuller. Producer
PIERS BURTON-PAGE gramophone records
Hugh Keyte introduces a programme focusing on two important publishing projects.
The Madrigal at Ferrara 1579-97, a two-volume study by ANTHONY NEW-COMB, is reviewed by IAIN FENLON.
The Symphony 1720-1840, a projected collection of 600 full scores, is previewed by its editor-in-chief, BARRY S. BROOK.
leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by SIMON RATTLE
Poulenc Suite: Les biches Shostakovich Symphony No 10
Beethoven Sonata in D, Op 10 No 3; Fur Elise oramophone records
Le fifre enchanté (The Magic Fife)
Comic operetta in one act Music by Jacques Offenbach Libretto by CHARLES NUITTER and ETIENNE TREFEU
Sung in the English translation by JILL WArr
Offenbach wrote nearly 100 operettas, of which only a handful are known. This series presents some of the lesser known pieces in one act. Introduced by Pierre Conte-Offenbach
LONDON VOICES director
TERRY EDWARDS LONDON STUDIO PLAYERS leader REGINALD LEOPOLD conducted by BRIAN WRIGHT
Repetiteur IAIN LEDINGRAM Technical presentation by MICHAEL LUCOCK and ROGER SHORT
Producer CHRIS DE souza
Introduced by Peter Clayton
It began with a call of the kind most parents fear they will sooner or later receive ...
An autobiographical episode written and read by Dan Jacobson
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
Incidental Music, Op 46: Pelléas et Mélisande ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM oramophone record
played and introduced by Peter Hurford. Last of three programmes from the Orgelbuchlein
Organs of Knox Grammar School, Sydney, and Wollongong Town Hall. Chorale Preludes (BWV 625-644): records followed by an interlude
direct from the Royal Albert Hall.
Paul Crossley (piano) Gyorgy Pauk (violin)
Jane Manning (soprano) Jennifer Smith (soprano) Alexander Oliver (tenor) Jonathan Summers (bass) London Sinfonietta leader NONA LIDDELL conducted by Simon Rattle
Stravinsky Symphonies of wind instruments
Nigel Osborne The Sickle
2: On Stage and Off
In the second of three broadcasts on the reluctant humorist, GABRIEL WOOLF reads further extracts from his books.
Written and compiled by GABRIEL WOOLF
Part 2 Berg
Stephen Rea reads from WILLIAM WHARTON 's remarkable first novel about a hov's obsession with birds and flight. Adapted for radio in five parts by GILFS GORDON
1: Birdy Buys Birdie.
Part 3 Falla
Master Peter's Puppet Show (sung in Spanish)
(Un monsieur qui est condamné a mort)
A monologue by . the French farceur GEORGES PEYDEAU translated by RAY WALSH Performed by Hywel Bennett
' Condemned to death! At my age! Me! So young - so intelligent - so handsome. And who was it condemned me? The Jury!!! .
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN
Berg Sonata, Op 1
Schumann Humoreske. Op 20
MITSUKO UCHIDA (piano)
With the HOLLYWOOD STRING QUARTET sings unusual versions of: Blame it on my youth; p.s. I love you; It could happen to you Musical director
NELSON RIDDLE: record