Salieri Sinfonia in D
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE
8.13* Boccherini Quintet in D, Op 45 No 3
SARAH FRANCIS (Oboe)
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET
8.23* Bellini Vaga luna che inargenti
CARLO BERGONZI (tenor) JOHN WUSTMAN (piano)
8.26* Rossini Introduction and Variations: GERVASE DE PEYER (clarinet) NEW PHILHARMONIA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS
8.39' Verdi Summer and Autumn (I Vespri sicihani) CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by LORIN MAAZEL : records
Introduced by John Lade Building a Library:
Sinfonia Concertante in E flat (K 297b, attrib
Mozart), by JOHN WARRACK. New records of choral and organ music reviewed by GORDON REYNOLDS.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Salve Regina THE 16, conducted by HARRY CHRISTOPHERS
Mozart Epistle Sonata in G (K 241); Fantasia in F minor (K 608): LIONEL
ROGG (organ), LAUSANNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by ARPAD GERECZ Mozart Vesperae de Dominica (K 321)
MARGARET MARSHALL (SOD)
MARGARET CABLE (Contralto) WYNFORD EVANS (tenor) STEPHEN ROBERTS (bass)
CHOIR OF ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, WREN ORCHESTRA conducted by GEORGE GUEST gramophone records
RANSOME BAND, conductor STEPHEN SHIMWELL
Bryan Kelly Overture: Provence
Thomas Wilson Sinfonietta Edward Gregson The Plantagenets
This week the eminent gynaecologist and obstetrician. dame
JOSEPHINE BARNES , who was the first woman President of the BMA, introduces some records of her favourite music.
Producer PATRICK LAMBERT
Presented by Lionel Sailer ANTHONY BAILES talks about Fernando Sor and the classical guitar
LIONEL SALTER looks ahead to the 1981 Early Music Centre Festival, from which Radio 3 will be broadcasting a number of concerts.
Music by Pachelbel,
Reincken, Schmelzer, and Vivaldi played by MUSICA ANTIQUA COLOGNE
Elaine Padmore presents a choice of recent music broadcasts which have given her pleasure.
Producer WILLIAM ROBSON
with Peter Clayton
Anthony Thwaite (in the Chair) talks with Peter Ackroyd, Edward Lucie-Smith and Gillian Reynolds.
This week's subjects: The ITV serialisation of Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited. Children of a Lesser God by Mark Medoff at the Albery Theatre. Kurt Schwitters in Exile: the late work 1937-48 at the Marlborough Gallery, Albemarle St, London W1. Francesco Rosi's film Three Brothers. Old Glory, an account of a voyage down the Mississippi by Jonathan Raban.
Introduced by Dorita Sensier
Music by Gaspar Sanz , Bach and Villa Lobos played by ERNESTO BITETTI
Producer GARETH WALTERS (Given on 29 January at the Lancaster University) followed by an interlude
leader Dennis SIMONS conductor Edward Downes Heather Harper (soprano) direct from
Leeds Town Hall Part 1
Tchaikovsky Fantasy: Francesca da Rimini Strauss Songs with orchestra: Morgen: Ich wollt ein Strausslein binden; Sausle, liebe
Myrthe; Meinem Kinde; Muttertandelei;
Zueignung; Die heiligen drei Kbnige
by CATHY STEWART
When her novel The
Awakening was published in 1899 in the USA, the St Louis author
Kate Chopin was immediately condemned for the unwholesomeness of her approach to the writing of women, and the work was banned from shops and libraries: the sign of true pioneering, perhaps, in the literature of women's consciousness. Reader Penelope Lee
Producer Brian MILLER BBC Bristol
Part 2 Janacek Sinfonietta
(Presented by Leeds City Council with Honeywell
Information Systems Ltd) BBC Manchester
In the past Hong Kong has provided a pivot for the uneasy equilibrium between Taiwan and the People's Republic, and with fresh overtures towards re-unification coming from the mainland the future looks even more uncertain. Dennis Duncanson,
Reader in South-East Asian Studies at the University of Kent, who has just returned from the Far East, asks what hope there is for ' live and let live ' and describes a growing anxiety in the Crown Colony about its own political future. followed by an interlude
Ploughmen and Fishermen
In celebration of the 60th birthday of George Mackay Brown , this programme is drawn from his poems, the sound of Orkney and the thoughts of the Orcadian people We plough the land and we plough the sea ...
Orkney is many things ... Rough seas and strong tide ...
The windiest place in Britain....
A bundle of little islands. A sepia and subtle landscape ... ,
Not overpopulated with trees ...
Poems read by George Mackay Brown and Inga Adams
Sound recording in Orkney by GEOFFREY PURRIER , at the Radiophonic Workshop by ISABEL SARGENT ,
DAVID HITCHINSON , PETER HOWELL Written and produced by DESMOND BRISCOE
Quartet No 7, in F sharp minor. Op 108
FITZWILLIAM STRING QUARTET gramophone record
Suite No 4, in A minor KENNETH GILBERT