LENINGRAD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Mussorgsky, orch Rimsky-Korsakov Prelude:
Khovanshchina.conducted by EVGENY MRAVINSKY
7.10* Schubert Symphony No 8. in B minor
(Unfinished): conducted by EVGENY MRAVINSKY
7.35* Janacek Suite: The Cunning Little Vixen conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTV]ENSKY
8.5 Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla conducted by EVGENY MRAVINSKY
8.10* Szymanowski Violin Concerto No 1. in A minor DAVID OISTRAKII , conducted by KURT SANDERLING
8.34* Sibelius Symphony No 7. in c: conducted by EVGENY MRAVINSKY : records
Two piano pieces CRISTINA ORTIZ Suite populaire brasilienne: JULIAN BREAM Bachiana brasiliera No 2 (mono): FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA. conducted by THE composer: records
Last of four programmes MORAY WELSH (cello)
ANTHONY GOLDSTONF. (piano) Sonata in d. Op 102 No 2; Twelve Variations on Ein Madchen Oder Weibchen. from Mozart's The Magic Flute, Op 66
SARAH LEONARD (Soprano) CLARE ALEXANDER
(contralto), ANDREW KING (tenor), BBC SINGERS conducted by simon JOLY Poulenc Mass
(baroque guitar) de Murcia Prelude; Allegro and Avre
Corbetta Suite in c major de Visee Suite in D major Roncalli Suite in e minor Francois Couperin
Rondeau (Les devices)
conducted by KENNETH SCHERMERHORN LAZAR BERMAN (piano)
Prokoliov Piano Concerto No 1, in D flat
Concerto No 1, in B flat minor
(WFMT Chicago recording)
St George's. Brandon Hill Peter Knapp (baritone) John Fraser (piano) Britten Songs and Proverbs of William Blake. Op 74
Ivor Gurnev Black Stitchcl: Sleep
Bridge Come to me in my dreams: Daffodils; Love went a-riding Folk songs: arr Hughes Kittv my love arr Williamson Bonny at morn arr Lyell Johnston Because I was shy
(A concert arranged by St George's Music Trust in association with Imperial Tobacco Ltd)
The complete Bartok string quartets, and Haydn's Op 20 quartets: last of six programmes played by the LINDSAY STRING QUARTET Peter Cropper and Ronald Bilks (violins) Roger Bigley (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello)
Haydn Quartet in D. Op 20 No 4
Bartok Quartet No 6
Otello was first given at Covent Garden in 1891. Since then it has had more than 150 performances, many of them with outstanding casts.
John Steane considers the long association of Otello with Covent Garden, illustrated by the recorded voices of FRANCESCO TAMAGNO, VICTOR MAUEL, GIOVANNI ZENATELLO, GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, LAURITZ MELCHIOR, JOAN CROSS, FRANK MULLINGS, MARGARET PRICE, TITO GOBBI and PLACIDO DOMINGO.
(Orchestra of the National Centre for Orchestral Studies)
Susan Kessler (mezzo-sop)
Martinu Symphony No 1 Loewe. orch Schoenberg Der Nock
Antony Hopkins considers a work or theme that has recently caught his attention.
by ALAN BLEASDALE
The play is set in a Private clinic specialising in cosmetic and social surgery. Four men are awaiting vasectomies.
But the play takes in far more than just the men's reactions to the prospect of surgery.
Directed by CAROLINE SMITH
(Having a Ball was first performed at the Oldham Coliseum, with the same company and directed by K. A. Taylor , as part of the BBC/Arts Council scheme to commission new work for radio and the theatre. A new
Production will open at the Lyric, Hammersmith, on 4 June) followed by an Interlude
Patrick Nuttgens , the architect and Director of Leeds Polytechnic, reflects on some of the ways we think about language and use it (2).
in c minor
BERGEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by KARSTEN ANDERSEN gramophone record
RALPH HOLMES (violin) DAVIDWILDE (piano)
(bass) with Gerald Moore (piano) Brahms Von ewiger
Liebe, Op 43 No 1; Die Malnacht. Op 43 No 2
Oramophone record: 1936