Mendelssohn Overture: A Midsummer Night'sDream LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GABRIEL CHMURA
7.18* Beethoven Piano Sonata in F, Op 54 JOHN LILL
7.31* Handel Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No 4
PRAGUE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR CHARtES MACKERRAS
7.45* Vaughan Williams English Folk Song Suite CLEVELAND SYMPHONIC WINDS, conducted by FREDERICK FENNELL
8.5 Telemann Concerto in E flat: HEINZ HOLLIGER (ObOe), CAMERATA BERN* directed bv THOMAS FORI
8.17* Chopin Ballade No 3, in A flat
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN (piano)
8.25* Schubert Symphony No 6, in c
ORCHESTRA, conducted by YEHUDI MENUHIN : record*
Henry and William Lawes The music of the Lawes brothers represents the flowering of English song and Instrumental music prior to the Restoration. Henry (1596-1662) is remembered principally for his songs. William (c 1602-45), his brother, wrote a quantity, of instrumental music, as well as songs and music for the theatre.
This week's programmes examine their lives and works.
Henry Lawes Man 's life is but vain; Go, lovely rose; Sweet, stay awhile GLENDA SIMPSON (mezzo soprano)
THE CAMERATA OF LONDON
William Lawes Sett No 3, in c minor, for viols
THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE
Henry Lawes A Complaint against Cupid; No constancy in man;
An Echo: HELEN WATTS
(contralto), THURSTON DART (harpsichord and organ) gramophone records
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 20 No 4
Schoenberg String Quartet No 3, Op 30
(Part of a Manchester
Chamber Concerts Society recital given last year in the Royal Northern College of Music)
DAVID HARMAN and JOHN YORK Norbert Burgmuller Duo Donald Tovey Sonata
leader BRENDAN O'BRIEN conductor URl SEGAL Weber Overture: Euryanthe Britten Prelude and Dances (The Prince of the Pagodas) Rimsky-Korsakov Sheherazade BBC Bristol.
direct from St John 's, Smith Square, London Jane Manning (soprano) Nash Ensemble Judith Pearce (flute) Antony Pay (clarinet) Marcia Crayford (violin) Christopher van Kampen (cello) Ian Brown (piano) Haydn Trio in G major, for piano, flute and cello (11 xv 15) Schoenberg Pierrot lunaire
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by IAIN SUTHERLAND Rossini Overture: Semiramide Frank Bridge There is a willow grows aslant a brook Elgar Three Bavarian Dances Glinka Kamarinskaia Walton Music for Children Elgar Orchestra Music, a BBC Music Guide by Michael Kennedy , is available from booksellers and music shops, price £1.50
Tenth of 13 programmes Walter Gieseking Jeremy Siepmann reflects on the life and art of the German virtuoso who found his greatest celebrity as an interpreter of the French Impressionists but whose repertoire spannedalmost everything from Bach to Hindemith. gramophone records
Luigi Otto Trumpet Concerto in E flat MAURICE ANDRE WURTTEMBERG CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by JÖRG FAERBER Janacek Sinfonietta VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR CHARLES MACKbRRAS
Natalie Wheen introduces the programme of music for the early evening.
Piano Sonata in c. Op 2 No 3. played by VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY : record .
The second of six conversations with Alastair Hetherington there are arts such as language, manners, music, which are far more sensitive to the human soul and far more capable of being used and indeed misused than architecture.
The architect Cedric Price, probably best known to the public for the Snowdon Aviary in Regent's Park, London, reflects on his small but influential output and his iconoclastic ideas.
Opera in one act Music by Strauss Libretto by CLEMENS KRAUSS
(sung In German: records) Cast in order of singing:
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH The scene is the garden salon of a chateau near Paris around 1775.
Schumann's Op 73
ANTON WEINBERG (clarinet) PETER WALLFISCH (piano) BBC Manchester
JOSEF SZIGETI (violin) Slays the first of artok's Two Portraits,
Op 5: PHILHARMONlA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CONSTANT LAMBERT , gramophone record: 1946