Seventh of nine programmes.
Quartet in A. Op 41 No 3 ALBERNI STRING QUARTET
8.37' Fantasy Pieces, Op
88; FOERSTER TRIO: records
Arne Overture No 7, In D ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
9.11* Thomas Mad Scene (Hamlet): MARIA CALLAS (soprano). PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, conducted by NICOLA RESCICNO
9.22*Chopin Piano Trie in G minor
BEAUX ARTS TRIO
9.52* Sibelius Violin Concerto in d minor
(mono): GINErrE NEVEO PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by WALTER SUSSKIND : records
with Michael Oliver
John Dunstable , composer, mathematician, astrologer by BRUNO TURNER
The new Grove: a conversation with its editor. STANLEY SADIE.
The musician's bookshelf: a review of some recent publications. Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)
A concert in Carnegie
Hall given on 17 Feb 1946. In which he conducted the NBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Mozart Overture: The Marriage of Figaro
Beethoven Symphony No 6, in F (Pastoral) (Voice of America recording)
Owen Dudley Edwards.
(violin) with Ernest Lush (piano) Ysaye Sonata No 3 (Ballade) for violin
Busoni Sonata No 2, In
E minor, Op 36a
Presenter Robert Cushmaa Early George Gershwin and Lyrics as Light Verse Producer JONATHAN
Prelude and Fugue on a theme of Cyril Scott , for piano, 69
Sonata in c for oboe and piano, Op 100
EightPrelude*forpiano. Op 131
PAUL ESSWOOD (counter-tenor) JENNIFER WARD-CLARKE (cello), TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord) Benedetto Marcello Cantata: L'usignolo Cho B suo duolo Peri Nel pur* ardor (Euridlce) CaccinlUdlte.amantf Falconlerl Ochletti amatl Alessandro ScarIatU Toglieteml la vita ancor Falconleri Bella porta di rubini attrib Rota Vado ben ipesso cangiando loco Giordanl Caro mto ben Handel Cantata: La solitudine.
Introduced by CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS Commentary up to lunch on the third day's play
leader DAVID NOLAN conducted by Kurt Sanderllng Mayumi Fujikawa (violin) direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Part 1 Beethoven Overture: Prometheus; Violin Concerto, in »
Compiled and presented by Michael Flinch Reader Rosalind Shanks Over my head the years and centuries sweep, The years of childhood flown, The centuries unknown; I dream; I do not weep Producer SHAUN MACLOUGHLIK. BBC Bristol
Part 2 Brahms Symphony No 1, in c minor
Four talks in which Mary Seton-Watson , of the BBC's Russian Service, introduces selections from stories and novels published in the many state-owned literary journals and finds a surprising amount of violence and non-Soviet moral values.
!: Young People
' My parents didn't mpprove of my just amusing myself, they called it parasitism. The entrance exams to the institutes called for more knowledge than I had, so I looked for a job. After a while I developed a taste for risky operations at which I could stand out from the crowd.'
Readers Gwen Watford and Benjamin Whitlow Producer LOUIS. PURSLOW followed by an Interlude
played by Ruth Dyson L. Couperin Suite in A minor
Rameau Suite in E minor F. Couperin Ordre VI
The pianist James Gibb
Third concert from the London Stravinsky
Festival, direct from the Royal Festival Hall London Symphony
Orchestra and Chorus
Ann Murray (mezzo-sop) Robert Tear , Anthony Rolfe-Johnson (tenors) John Shirley-Quirk (bass-baritone)
John Tomlinson (bass) Michael Hordern
(narrator), Ronnie Stevens reads the part of Noah conducted by David Atherton. Part 1 La faune et la bergère; Le roi des etoiles; The Flood
Joan as Myth and Symbol In the first of two talks based on her forthcoming book Joan of Arc: The
Image of Female Heroism, Marina Warner looks at Joan's ideological role in French politics and culture during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Part 2. Oedipus Rex (In association with S. Montague and Co Ltd)
A black comedy for radio by ELIZABETH TROOP, With
George Tubbs , an old cartoonist, now appears to be a vegetable in a whecichair. But his mind is very much alive, recalling the past - especially two spiky young evacuees fostered by him and his wife.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLET
16th- and 17th-century English music: MUNROW
RECORDER CONSORT, ROBERT SPENCER (lute). Introduced by David Munrow
(First broadcast in 1971)
Notturno in c (H n 32)
LONDON BAROQUE ENSEMBLE gramophone record