Second of eight programmes of records made by the Romanian-born pianist
Beethoven Sonata in G minor, Op 30 No 3
With ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin)
Mozart Piano Concerto No, 9, in E flat (K 271)
VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAUL SACHER
Schubert Excerpts from the incidental music to Rosamunde (thotio)
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by WILLEM MENGELBERG
Mozart A Musical Joke (K 522)
MEMBERS OF THE BERLIN
Prokofiev Piano Sonata NO 1. Op 1: IVAN KLANSKY Myaskovsky Symphony No 23. in A minor
MOSCOW RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by ALEXEI KOVALYOV : records
A magazine about some of the music and personalities in this year's Promenade Concerts
Voices of Sleep: a conversation with PAUL PATTERSON.
PAUL DRIVER introduces
Maxwell Davies 's Second Symphony.
Trio talk with PETER FRANKL , GYORGY PAUK and RALPH KIRSHBAUU. Presented by Jeremy Siepmann
conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK
Part 1 Mozart Symphony No 36, in c (Linz) (K 425)
Peter Porter , the poet
Pt 2 Bruckner Symphony No 3, in D minor
(Bavarian Radio recording)
ERIC PARKIN (piano)
Rhapsody; Two Pieces
(1925): April; Bergomask; On a Birthday Morning; Sonata
Seven Lachrimae Pavans THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE Anthony Rooley (lute) Catherine Mackintosh , Polly Waterfield (treble viols)
Ian Gammie (tenor viol) Trevor Jonas , Jane Ryan (bass viols)
Opera in three acts by Samuel Barber based on Shakespeare's play
This concert performance was mounted by Radio
France last September to mark Barber's 70th birthday year; sadly, he died four months later. The opera was commissioned for the opening of the new
Metropolitan Opera House, New York. in 1966. Barber published a revised version in 1976, used in this first European performance. He adorns Shakespeare's text with an appropriate mixture of lyricism and splendour.
CHORUS OF RADIO FRANCE chorus-master FRANCOIS BILGER
ORCHESTRA, conducted by JEAN-PIERRE MARTY Acts 1 and 2 3.25* Interval Reading
3.35* Antony and Cleopatra. Act 3
Richard Osborne talks about the first movement of Beethoven's Eroica Symphony.
His illustrations include pre-war recordings by Koussevitzky and Weingartner, and later ones by Bernstein.
Jochum, Klemperer and Walter.
Mendelssohn Quartet in D. Op 44 No 1
Shostakovich Quartet No 8, in c minor
Brian Thompson introduces a letter written by the poet
WILLIAM COWPER to The Rev John Newton in 1784. Reader Paul Webster Producer KAY JAMIESON BBC Manchester
Part 2 Schubert
Quartet in D minor (0810) (Death and the Maiden) BBC Birmingham
King Olivers snarling muted cornet-playing has won him an enduring place in jazz history. Yet this secretive man ended his life in poverty and obscurity, stranded in the Deep South and fearful of returning the short distance to his native New Orleans. contributors: FREDDIE MOORE , BENNY WATERS, CLYDE BERNHARDT and MISS RHAPSODY
And material from the William Ransom Hogan Jazz Archive at Tulane University.
Joe Oliver 's letters read by Hugh Quarshie
Paul Barnes s diary read by Joe Marcel
Producer DAVID PERRY followed by an interlude
by GRAHAM GREENE with Alan Bennett as Benjamin Jowett (1817-93), Oxford don. Professor of Greek. Master of Balliol, Vice-Chancellor, eminent Victorian and eccentric.
- the programme evoked that Victorian Oxford of ancient tranquillity and learning, and of petty enmities and snobberies.
Directed bv BRIAN WRIGHT
Dean Stanley, the narrator:
T H Green/Griggs:
Dr Ross/Matthew Arnold:
conductor JACEK KASPRZYK ROMAN JAKLONSKI (cello)
Marek Stachowski Choreia (first broadcast)
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor. Op 104
10.0* Interval Reading
10.5* Concert. Part 2
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5, in E minor, Op 64
KARI LÖVAAS (soprano)
ROLAND HERMANN (baritone) GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano) Gramophone record