Third of eight programmes of records made by the Romanian-born pianist late in her career
Schumann Kinderszenen Chopin Piano Concerto
LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH
Elgar The Spirit of England: TERESA CAHILL (SOp), SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON
Poulenc Sonata for flute and piano: AURELE NICOLET, GERTY HERZOG
Dvorak Symphony No 3, in E flat
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RAFAEL KUBELIK : records
A magazine about some of the music and personalities in this year's Promenade Concerts
Songs of Captivity:
PAUL GRIFFITHS on Dallapiccola's Canti di prigionia.
A conversation with PAUL CROSSLEY.
Under the influence: the sources of Tchaikovsky's inspiration explored by DAVID BROWN. Presenter
ELLY AMELING (soprano)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader JOSE-LUIS GARCIA conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD . Part 1 Purcell Chaeonne in c minor
Bach Cantata No 209: Non sa che sia dolore WILLIAM BENNETT (flute) Handel Water Music: Suite No 2, in a
with John Wells
Bach Cantata No 202: Weichet nur, betriibte Schatten (Wedding Cantata)
Mozart Symphony No 33, in B flat (k 319)
(Given on 15 May at the Royal Naval College
Chapel, Greenwich and promoted by the Telegraph Sunday Magazine in association with Imperial Tobacco Ltd)
KREUZBERGER STRING QUARTET
PETER DONOHOE and MARTIN ROSCOE Part 1 Brahms
Sonata in F minor (after the Quintet, Op 34)
Brian Thompson introduces a letter written by the Librarian of Stowe, DR CHARLES O'CONNOR , to the Marchioness of Buckingham in 1814. Reader Geoffrey Banks Producer KAY JAMIESON BBC Manchester
Bachmaninov Symphonic Dances. BBC Manchester
Opera in three acts by Wagner,directfromthe 1981 Bayreuth Festival (sung in German)
This new production from Wagner's own opera house in Bavaria is special interest to followers of English
National Opera whose musical director
Mark Elder makes his Bayreuth debut, together with tenor Graham Clark. Walther von Stolzing, a young knight from
Bayreuth Festival Chorus chorus-master
NORBERT BALATSCH Bayreuth Festival
Orchestra, conducted by Mark Elder. Act 1
Craig Raine , who writes in a totally modern idiom, was born with something like Donne's talent ... It is not fair that one man should have such inexhaustible brilliance; but the Muse, bless her, it never fair.
(LAWRENCE LERNER )
The poet, Craig Raine , talks about and reads his own writing.
Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
I first thought of Mickey Mouse as a symbol for
Western Imperialism, but then I decided that he had to be upgraded and used as a symbol for general stupidity.
The English sculptor,
Michael Sandle , who now lives in Germany, talks with Edward Lucie Smith about why he decided to make sculpture and about 20th-century events which have captured his Imagination.
Producerjudithbumpus (Michael Sandie recent drawings and bronzes at Fischer Fine Art Ltd,
London until 7 August)
Sextet in E Bat, Op 47 MEMBERS OF CONSORTIUM CLASSICUM gramophone record
Presented by RussellDavles
The beauty and lucidity of Lester Young's playing earned him the nickname ' president ' of the tenor saxophone. His laconic hip speech and pork-pie hat became symbols of a changing and more uncompromising attitude among jazz musicians towards their audience and their art.
BUCK CLAYTON. JOHN HAMMOND , COUNT BASIE, IRA GITLER,
DR LUTHER CLOUD, BUDDY TATV And a rare archive recording of Lester Young speaking near the end ofhislife.
Producer DAVID PERRY
Mir hat her Gerhart Atze ein pfert; Under der linden an der heide
MAX VAN EGMOND (bass) ANDREA VON RAMM (mezzo-soprano)
MEMBERS OF STUDIO DES FRÛHEN MUSIK gramophone record