with Peter Clayton
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, led by SERGEI BEZKORVANY , conducted by NICHOLAS KRAEMER PETER DONOHOE (piano) Stravinsky Suite No 2: Concerto for piano and wind instruments Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra BBC Scotland.
Departures and Farewells Bach Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother: JEAN-BERNARD POMMIER (piano)
8.16* Barber Melodies passageres, Op 27 (mono) PIERRE BERNAC (baritone) FRANCIS POULENC (piano)
L'Embarquement pour CythSre
JACQUES FÉVRIER, GABRIEL TACCHINO (two pianos)
8.28* Delibes Two songs: Regrets; Depart
MARTYN HILL (tenor)
GRAHAM JOHNSON (piano)
8.38* Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op 81a (Les adicux): EMIL GILELS (piano): records
FREDERICA VON STADE (mezzo-soprano)
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SEIJI OZAWA Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op 2 No I
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano) Busoni Piano Concerto JOHN OGDON , MALE VOICES OF THE JOHN ALLDIS CHOIR ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by DANIELL RAVENAUGH gramophone records
PARC AND DARE BAND conductor IEUAN MORGAN Gareth Wood Coloseium; Dance Sequence Gilbert Vinter Entertainments BBC Wales
GARY STEIGERWALT (piano) Chopin Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op 44 Rachmaninov Three Etudes-tableaux
Fritz Spiegl invites you to come hunting, shooting and fishing with Mozart Onslow , Schubert and other sporting composers of note: records
Presenter Lionel Salter AHiddenMass by Josquin: JEREMY NOBLE introduces and conducts the JOSQUIN choir in probably the first modern performance of the ' Substitution Mass' Vultum Tuum. JOHN STEVENS reviews the long-awaited (and posthumously published) book The Music of the Medieval Church Dramas by WILLIAM SMOLDEN
Romance No 1, in G ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin) AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by BERNARD HAITINK (record) Quartet in E flat. Op 127 VERMEER STRING QUARTET Mass in D major. Op 123 (Missa Solemnis) CLARICE CARSON (soprano) CLAUDINE CARLSON (mezzo-soprano) JACQUE TRUSSEL (tenor) SAMUEL RAMEY (bass-bar) WISCONSIN CONSERVATORY SYMPHONY CHORUS MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by KENNETH SCHERMERHORN (WFMT Chicago recording)
I'll have to go on living ...
In the 1940s. Jean Rhys 's books went out of print for about 20 years and it was widely presumed that she had died. The women in her books - often chorus-girls and actresses killing time after some romantic mishap - have been compared with the put-upon heroines of pulp fiction. Yet Jean Rhys continued to write and finally received wide acclaim for her fiction. Paul Bailey presents an intellectual portrait of Jean Rhys.
Francis Wyndham , Diana Athill , Sasha Moorsom.
David Plante , Hilary Spurting , Maryvonne Moerman-Lenglet , Phyllis Shand
Allfrey and Ena Williams
Reader Fiona Walker
Producer DAVID PERRY
followed by an interlude
direct from the Royal Albert Hall,
Johann Strauss Opsretta: The Gypsy Baron (Bung in English, translated by GEOFFREY DUNN )
BBC Opera Chorus chorus-master SIMON JOLY BBC Concert Orchestra leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by James Lockhart. Act 1
How does one write about a wine? More especially, Kenneth Hudson asks. how does one write about it under the pressure of journalistic deadlines? A look at how one describes the indescribable.
Readers Diana Bishop and Roger Snowdon
Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
The Gypsy Baron Acts 2 and 3
Third of nine programmes Bernard Levin 's American odyssey brings him to Aspen. Colorado.
SYLVIA ROSENBERG (violin) LAMAR CROWSON (piano)
Stravinsky Duo Concertant Schubert Rondo brillant in B minor (D 895)
(died 15 August 1951)
Schubert Impromptu in F minor (D 935): record
KARLHEINZ ZOELLER (flute) BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTONI WIT Siegfried Matthus Flute Concerto (first UK broadcast) Szymanowski Symphony No 2. in b flat (SFB Berlin recording)
The second of six programmes AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET Haydn Quartet in c, Op 50 No 2 Britten Quartet No 3