Ketelby Bells across the Meadows
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN LANCHBERY
8.10* Chabrier Idylle ; Scherzo-valse;
CÉCILE OUSSET i piano)
8.25* Kern. arr Bennett Smoke gets in your eyes BARRY TUCKWELL (horn)
Ensemble, conducted by NEIL RICHARDSON
8.30* Joseph Horovitz
Captain Noah's Floating ZOO: THE KING'S SINGERS gramophone records
Introduced by John Lade Building a Library:
Ravel's String Quartet, by JOHN WARRACK.
BARRY FOX with the first of two conversations with scientists at Bell
Laboratories about early experimental stereo recordings 50 years ago. New orchestral records reviewed by SIMON MUNDY.
Giovanni Punto Horn Concerto No 11, in E BARRY TUCKWELL ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS. conducted by NEVILLE MARRlNER Grieg Symphony in c minor: BERGEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by KARSTEN ANDERSEN : records
WINGATES BAND, conducted by GEOFFREY BRAND Music by Ernest Tomlinson , Gareth Wood , Edmund Rubbra and Gilbert Vinter BBC Manchester.
John Amis presents records including Nikisch conducting Liszt. de Sabata conducting Verdi and Imogen Hoist conducting Gustav Hoist.
' Come my child, the earth is awakening Words from one of Charles Gounod's songs put by Reynaldo Hahn at the head of one of his own songs connect the music of the two composers, each represented here by his best-known song and some rarer ones. Hahn Si mes vers: Les fontaines; Les cygnes; L'air; Les étoiles; Le printemps Gounod Chanson de printemps; Au rossignol: Chanson d'avril; Serenade; Viens, les gazons; Qui vivra verra; Nuit silencieuse; Boléro; Les lilas blancs MARGARET FIELD (soprano) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Martin Dalby introduces his personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
with Peter Clayton
Derek Malcolm (in the Chair) talks with Blake Morrison , Benedict Nightingale and Hilary Spurling. This week's subjects: Going Gently, a film for television by Stephen Frears yesterday on BBC2. Thomas Otway 's play The Atheist on Radio 3. John Arden 's Serjeant Musgrave's Dance at the National Theatre. New paintings by Bridget Riley at the Rowan Gallery. The Liberal Imagination and Of This Time, Of That Place and other stories by Lionel Trilling. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
Piano Sonata in D, Op 10 No 3: record
direct from the Theatre Royal English Baroque Soloists conductor John Eliot Gardiner Lisa Bcznosiak (flute) Patrizia Kwella (soprano) Stephen Varcoe (baritone) Purcell Suite: The Fairy Queen Bach Suite No 2, in a minor (BWV 1067)
... after the first public television broadcast in Britain
Written and presented by George Walton Scott
Handel Apollo e Dafne (A concert arranged by the Bath Festival Society L td) BBC Bristol
OSCAR GHIGLIA plays music by Scarlatti, Donatoni and Bach, introduced by DORITA SENSIER
' Even in calm weather like today there was a swell here; and the mischievous boatmen kept us tossing between two ugly rocks, hoping that our impatience to land might better their bargain ... But the disappointed rascals allowed us at length to plant foot in Palestine'. Throughout the 19th century, many Victorians voyaged to the Holy Land on travels that were part-pilgrimage and part-holiday.
R. D. Kernohan looks at the lives and importance of some of these travellers and at the personal accounts they left behind. Readers Michael Elder and Sheila Donald
Producer PATRICK RAYNER BBC Scotland
Violin Concerto No 2, in g minor: HENRYK SZERYNG, LONDON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY gramophone record
A new series of dramatic works for solo performance Later by DAVID POWNALL with ' Sit down again, back round the table! You know the little rules which govern this. Yes, a seance in Soviet Russia in 1937 must be controlled by tradition. No new regulations have been issued have they? ' The spirit of Sonia returns to talk to her family 16 years after she walked out of their lives. Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC, Manchester
(died 6 June 1881)
Variations burlesques sur Yankee Doodle
ITZHAK PERLMAN (violin) SAMUEL SANDERS (piano) gramophone record