Listeners' record requests Gounod Judex:Morset Vita
HALLE ORCHESTRA conductedby
7.9' Sibetius Luonnotar , Op 70
GWYNETH JONES (soprano) LONDONSYMPHONYORCHESTRA Conducted by ANTAL DORATf
7.18* MeszkewsM Piano ConcertoinEmajor, Op S9
PHILHARMONIA HUNGtRICt conducted by HANS RICHARD STRACKt
8.5 Bach Fugue in c (awv 576)
PETER HURFORD (organ)
8.9* Britten Six
Metamorphoses after Ovid, Op 49
JANET CRAXTON (obOe)
8.23* Loewe Tom der Reimer
DtETRtCH FtSCHER-DtESKtU (baritone)
GERALD MOORE (pianO) S.29* Strauss Metamorphosen for
DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE
The closing scene of f.'pfisir d'amore (1832) with JOAN SUTHERLAND and MAniACASULA(sopranos) LUCtANO PAVAROTTI (tenor) DO.\uN;c cossA (baritone) srfRO MALAS (bass)
AMBROStAN OPERA CHORUS
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RICHARD BONYNCE ornmophone records
Music for Piano
William Langford (piano) Alan Bush (piano)
William Langford studied with Aian Bush, who was a composition pupil and friend of lreland for some years. Their interpretations are guided by Alan Bush's reflections of the composer's style.
Prelude in E flat; Ballade; Moon-glade; Sarnia: Columbine (original version).
Suite: The Miraculous Mandarin. Op 19
SOUTH WEST GERMAN HABIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductedby KAZIMIERZKORD
RctdForecoT'dtngo/par* ofaconeertf)icentt)the City Theatre, Mattt.: ttt Mot/1980)
A series of weekly recitals given by artists of the younger generation direct from
Broadcasting House, London
John Butterwerth (horn) Peter Hamburger (tuned percussion) tan Brown
Drumsteel,for tuned percussion and piano (1967)
Thomas Pttnetd Sonata for marimba (1967)
Peter Anthony Monk Appeetkins, for horn and percussion (first performance)
Hindemith Sonata for horn and piano
Jacques Delecluse A la manierede....(1972), for percussion and piano Richard Gipson Prayer, for marimba
Rudy Starita Over the Sticks, for xylophone and piano (1938)
(Co'enbe/oreostudio attd!pnc'e; ticket-sauattable from theTicket Unit,
BBC, [address removed]
JOHNAN DERSON (ObOe)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR Britten Four Sea
Interludes (Peter Grimes ) StraussOboeConcerto
Beethoven Symphony No 3.inEHat(Eroica) (G)cen on 26 Mn)/ in Scejong Culturot Centre; Seout)
Ahistoricrecordingof Bach 's Concerto in D minor (Bwvl052) from a concert given by the Romanian pianist DtNU
DPATTt and the AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA conducted by EDUARCVAN BElNUMinOetoberl9<7. gramophone record
Different species of plants and of animals cannot normally breed with each other. This phenomenon is as perplexing today as it was to Darwin.
Biologists are currently trying to discover the evolutionary forces which gave rise to these reproductive barriers. Gabriel Dover, a geneticist at Cambridge University, is studying the evolution of DNA and chromosomes, and tells John Maddox about new discoveries which may solve this puzzle.
(Original 1762 Vienna version)
Opera in three acts Music by Gluck Libretto by RANtERI CALZABtGI
(Sung in Italian: records)
HUNGARtAN STATE OPERA CHAMBER CHORUSAND
ORCHESTRA, conductedby ERVIN LUKASCS Acts 1 and 2
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