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Alfven Swedish Rhapsody No 1
BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
8.17' Sinding Concert
Study: Rustle of Spring JOHN OGDON (piano)
8.19* Ole Bull Visit to a Summer Farm
ARVE TELLEFSEN (Violin) BERGEN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by KARSTEN ANDERSEN
8.28* Grieg Fra Monte Pincio
KLISABETH SODERSTROM (soprano) NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDREW DAVIS
8.33* Berwald Sinfonie Capricieuse
ORCHESTRA conducted by ULF BJÖRLIN gramophone records
Introduced hy John Lade Building a Library: The music of Gerald Finzi , by MICHAEL EURD.
New records of opera, reviewed by CHARLES OSBORNE : Haydn
Massenet Werther; Lehir Friederike ; Beethoven Fidelio ; Bizet Les pecheurs de perles
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
The closing scenes of Massenet's Werther. with jose CARRERAS as Werther. FREDERICA VON STADE aS Charlotte and THOMAS ALLEN as Albert, and the ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE. COVENT
GARDEN, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS. gramophone record
The first of six children's concerts, direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
Maurice Murphy (trumpet) London Symphony Orchestra led by ASHLEY ARBUCKLE
Introduced and conducted by Christopher Seaman
Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
Stravinsky First movement of Symphony in three movements
Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat major
Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No 1: Morning: Aase's death; Anitra's dance: In the hall of the mountain king
LONDON COLLEGIATE BRASS conductor
Gregson Prelude for an Occasion
Horovitz Sinfonietta Elgar Severn Suite followed by an interlude
Presented by Lionel Salter
Power and Dunstable: motets sung by the Hilliard Ensemble.
John Dunstable: David Fallows reviews Margaret Bent's recently published book.
Machaut: Martin Best sings the Lay "J'aim la flour".
Ronald Corp introduces his personal selection from the outstanding music broadcasts heard recently.
Producer LEO BLACK
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre. books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Anthony Thwaite (in the Chair), talks with Peter Ackroyd ,
Gillian Reynolds and John Spurling.
This week's subjects:
Caritas by Arnold Wesker at the National Theatre. The Nicolas de Stael retrospective at the Tate Gallery.
Jonathan Miller 's production of Othello for BBC2.
Krzysztof Zanussi 's film The Constant Factor.
Feelinos Have Changed, a new novel by P. H. Newby.
Producer PHILIP French
played by the DELME STRING QUARTET
Galina Solodchin (violin) Jeremy Painter (violin) John Underwood (viola) Stephen Orton (cello)
(Part of a concert given before an invited audience last February at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham)
Sonata in E flat, Op 27 No 1
Sonata in c sharp minor Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight)
(Austrian Radio recording of part of a Vienna
Festival Concert given on 17 June)
Gilbert Thomas (1891-1974)
David St John Thomas looks at the life of his father, a popular poet and book reviewer whose name was once frequently oh the placard of one of the dozen or more rival London evening newspapers announcing the publication of an article or poem
Reader Frank Duncan Producer BRIAN MUIER BBC Brislo!
Symphony No 5, in B flat major
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHETRA
(SFB Berlin recording)
On the 70th anniversary of the foundation of a single Chinese Republic in 1911, divided celebrations are taking place in two Chinas - The Peoples Republic and the Nationalist Taiwan.
Dennis Duncanson ,
Reader in South-East Asian studies at the University of Kent, has recently returned from a visit to mainland China and Taiwan and reflects on those countries' proprietorial attitudes to modern Chinese history and their rival claims to be the legitimate heirs to Sun Yatsen.
Solo and part songs by Monteverdi, with a comic interlude.
Monteverdi Prologue to Orfeo: Chi vol haver felice: Dolcissimo uscignolo; Tempro la cetra
Farina Capriccio stravagante Monteverdi
II combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda
EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass) TAVERNER PLAYERS directed by ANDREW PARROTT harpsichord*
Nocturne in F
HF.1NZ HOLLIGER (oboe) URSULA HOLLIGER (harp) gramophone record