Handel Concerto Grosso in b, Op 3 No 6: ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD
7.13- anon Istampitta Ghaetta: EARLY MUSIC
CONSORT, directed by-DAVID munrow (recorder)
7.17* Mozart Violin - Concerto No 3, in G (K
216); ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted; by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.45* Smetana Symphonic Poem: Sarka
DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
8.5 Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.15' Milhaud Pastorale , for oboe, clarinet and. bassoon - . I ATHENA ENSEMBLE
8.19* Liszt Ricordanza '
(Transcendental Studies) (-mono): EGON PETRI (piano)
Symphony No 1, in c. VIENNA PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by KARL bohm : recorda
Bela Bartdk (1881-1945)
It is easy to forget that
Bartok lived through the most agonising period of European history. It is easy to forget that his music was the result of conflicts that engulfed him and all around him.
- (LAJOS LESZNAI)
Romanian folk dances GYORGY SANDOR (piano) Violin Concerto- No 2
ITZHAK PERLMAN (violin)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by andre previn Six dances in Bulgarian rhythm (Mikrokosmos) KCRNEL ZEMPLENI (piaho) gramophone records
First of two programmes EDWARD SHEARMUR (treble) Fiona HiBBERt (harp)
STEPHEjJ CLEOBURY (Organ) JAMES Holland TpercUssion)
- BBC singers, conducted' by NICHOLAS CLEOBURY
Harris Symphbrty'for Voices
Bernstein Chichester Psalms (version for chorus, harp, "organ and percussion)
First of two programmes from the 1980 Carjnthian Summer Festival
Grazyna Bacewicz Quintet No 1
Schumann Quintet in a flat, Op 44
(Austrian Radio recording)
leader barry WILDE directe4 by Wolfgang schneiderraN (violin)
'teresa cabill (soprano) David Blake From the mattress grave (conducted by THE COMPOSER)
Vivaldi The Seasons
direct from St John 's, Smith Square, London
Alfred Brendel (piano) ..
Schumann Fantasy Pieces, Op12.
Iiszt La lugubre gondola; Legends: St Francis of Assisi - the sermon to the birds; St Francis of Paola walking on the waters
(Tickets, £1.30, available from 11.0 am today, or in advance from the Box Office; [number removed](Rptd: Thurs 8.55 pm)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY lawrenci Heuberger Overture: The Opera Bali
Bax Summer" Music
Hoist, arr Jacob Suite in E flat .....
Debussy Prélude a l'apres-midi d'un faune
Handel, arr Baines Suite: Water Music
DAVID SOYER (cello)
ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano) Strauss Sonata in F major, Qp 6
Chopin Sonata in G minor, Op 65
Berlioz Hungarian March (The Damnation of. Faust) CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS PREMAUX
Dvorak Romance in r minor "
SALVATORE . JtCCARDO (Violin) AMSTERDAM CONCERTCESOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS ."
Schumann Syrupheny No 14. in D minor
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC orchestra, conducted by KLAUS TENNSTEDT
Michael Berkeley introduces a programme of music with domestic direct from the Ideal Home
Exhibition, Earls Court.
VIVIAN TOWNLEY (soprano) BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY and BRIAN WRIGHT
Shostakovich Symphony No 6
Maxwell Davies Stone Litany
(conducted by BRIAN WRIGHT )
Perhaps bilingual dictionaries do not after all build bridges but only ply ferries between the two banks; the result is a sort of understanding, but it is not contact.
Gerald Long , Managing Director of Times Newspapers and a committed lexicophiie, takes a suspicious look at some attempts to bridge the gap between linguistic islands, including the bilingual dictionaries of Randle, Cotgrave, Dr Albrecht Reum of Dresden and more recent issues from the large publishing houses.
Part 2 Beethoven
Symphony No 7, in A (Given on 9 January in the Tonhalle, Zurich)
Eight programmes written and presented by Michael Charlton , which examine what have been called the ' missed. : opportunities ' of Britain s European diplomacy. _
7: The Channel Crossing In the summer of 1960 - less than a year after Mr Harold Macmillan had won the General Election of 1959 - there- began a fundamental re-appraisal. Britain gave up the strategy ;of close association with and Icose cooperation among : the European neighbours and applied to join the Six. The story of why and how this re-appraisal became policy is fold by three of the Cabinet
Ministers concerned, Lord Butler, The Rt Hon
Edward Heath , mp, and Lord Soames, with additional contributions from GEORGE BALL , THE REV SIR HERBERT ANDREW and SIR PHILIP DE ZULUETA and recordings from the BBC Sound Archives. Producer
(The Great Refusal- the story of th,6 first de Gaulle veto: next Mon(3ay'8.30 pm) followed by an interlude.
Charles FolT — ~ *•.*■• JOIf COt!B,E]T'< AFFINITY ORCHESTRA
by ALEJSAN BESfilNOVIEV (3) Read by Johq Woodvine Producer juuffiii bumpus