Slavonic Dances, Op 72: No 1 in b; No 2 in E minor; No 7 in c MICHEL BEROFF and JEAN-PHILLIPE COLLARD (piano duet)
Piano Quintet in A, Op 81 RUDOLF FIRKUSNY
JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET gramophone records
Schubert Adagio and Rondo Concertante in (D 487): MELOS ENSEMBLE
Beethoven Variations and Fugue in E flat on a theme from Prometheus Op 35
CLAUDIO ARRAU (piano)
Janacek Glagolitic Mass LIBUSE DOMANINSKA (SOp) VERA SOUKUPOVA (mezzo-soprano)
BENO BLACHUT (tenor) EDUARD HAKEN (baSS)
CZECH PHILHARMONIC CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by KAREL ANCERL : records
with Michael Oliver Ernest Chausson , a fastidious composer, by ROGER NICHOLS.
A Sunday Composer: a conversation with MARTIN LEADBETTER.
Shostakovich's ' 48 ', by CALUM MACDONALD. Producer
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)
The guest conductor is VARUJAN KOJIAN, Music Director of the Utah Symhony Orchestra Copland Connotations Berg Violin Concerto SdlOiSt: GIDON KREMER
E. A. Markham
Part 2 Strauss
(violin obbligato played by SAMUEL MAGAD )
Overseas broadcast made possible by a grant to the orchestra from Amoco (UK) Ltd)
NIGEL NORTH plays works by Gallot and Mouton.
CHRISTIAN ZACHARIAS (piano)
ULF IIOELSCHER (violin) HEINRICH SCHIFF (cello)
Beethoven Piano Trio in c minor, Op 1 No 3
Ravel Piano Trio in A minor
The novels of P. H. Newby In common with many English novelists my preoccupations have always been with what seems and what is ... the most interesting problem is the relationship between innocence and knowledge.
(P. H. NEWBY )
The novelist Paul Bailey considers the fiction of P. H. NEWBY with particular reference to his latest novel, Feelings Have Changed.
Part 2 Brahms
Piano Trio in B, Op 8 (South German Radio recording)
Romantic opera in three acts. Music by Weber English text by J. R. Planché
A concert performance given in Leeds Town Hall during the 1981 Leeds Musical Festival
OPERA NORTH CHORUS chorus-master
JOHN PRYCE - JONES ENGLISH NORTHERN
DAVID GREED , conductor DAVID LLOYD-JONES Introduced by John Warrack
Ole-Jacob Hoff , a journalist and former editor of the weekly newspaper Farmand, reflects on the results of the Norwegian elections and their implications for the Welfare State.
Quartet in c, Op 76 No 3 (Emperor): ALBAN BERG QUARTET: record
I feel very unfulfilled. I would like to articulate the invisible world I feet the presence of. The artist Cecil Collins talks with Edward Lucie -Smith about his personal vision of the world and about the metaphysical meaning of his paintings. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS
An opportunity to hear his two sets of Preludes. In the first of five programmes,
LESLIE HOWARD plays 24 Preludes, Op 34.
by JONATHAN SWIFT dramatised in four parts by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
2: A Voyage to Brobdingnag
Gulliver is marooned in Brobdingnag, where the people are as tall as church steeples. He battles physically and philosophically to survive and try to find a means of escape. and Music composed and conducted by HUMPHREY SEARLE
Technical presentation by JOCK FARRELL, JANET MITCHELL , DIANA BARKHAM Directed by DAVID HITCHINSON
King of Brobdingnag:
the Cat,the Rat and the Monkey:
given earlier this evening in the Free Trade Hall Suzanne Murphy (sop)
Ann Murray (mezzo-sop) Michael Rippon (bar) BBC Northern Singers chorus-director
BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Edward Downes Szymanowski Concert
Overture; Stabat Mater
9.40* Interval Reading
9.50* Concert. Part 2
Ravel Daphnis et Chloe
The first in a new series of six comic playlets by COLIN MCLAREN. Re-cycling
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
(alpine-horn), LA GRANDE ECURIE, directed by JEAN-
CLAUDE MALGOIRE : record