Rondo in G minor, Op 94 PAUL TORTELIER (cello) SHUKU IWASAKI (piano) Four Cypresses
PRAGUE STRING QUARTET Piano Trio No 4, in e minor, Op 90 (Dumky) SUK TRIO: records
Listeners' record requests Balfe Overture: The Bohemian Girl
ORCHESTRA, conducted by HAVELOCK NELSON
Rawsthorne Violin Sonata MANOUG PARISIAN (violin) LAMAR CROWSON (piano) Satie. orch Debussy
Gymnopédies, Nos 1 and 3 ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by AVIVA EINHORN
Berlioz Symphonie fantastique: NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by ZUBIN MEHTA
Introduced by Michael Oliver
A musical novelist: ROBERT ORLEDGE on tire music of Gustave Charpentier. A conversation with THEA MUSGRAVE.
Prospect and retrospect: 50 years of the Macnaghten Concerts.
A concert given in Orchestra Hall, conducted by ERICH LEINSDORF
Brahms, orch Schoenberg Piano Quartet No 1, in G minor, Op 25
John Wain (2)
Part 2 Johann Strauss Overture: The Gypsy
Baron; Artists' Quadrille; Perpetuum mobile;
Emperor Waltz; Thunder and Lightning Polka (WFMT recording)
(Overseas broadcast made possible by a grant to the orchestra from Amoco (UK) Ltd)
Trio in D minor (BWV 583) Chorale Prelude: Wir glauben all' an einen Gott (bwv 740); Allabreve
ORLANDO STRING QUARTET Schumann Quartet in f major, Op 41 No 2
Mozart Quartet in D minor (K 421).
EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) CATHERINE DENLEY (contralto)
ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP (tenor) PETER SAVIDGE (baSS) TAVERNER CHOIR
BROMPTON ORATORY JUNIOR CHOIR, chorus-master JOHN HOBAN
Continuo: JOHN TOLL DAVID ROBLOU (organs) TAVERNER PLAYERS leaders JOHN HOLLOWAY and ALISON BURY conductor ANDREW PARROTT (A public performance given yesterday in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London presented in association with BBC Radio 3 as part of the Early Music Centre Festival 1981)
Should architects be neighbourhood GPs, businessmen, technologists or, perhaps, artists? Are architects to blame for ruining our cities or are they victims of the planners?
The new President of RIBA Owen Luder has strong views on creating a favourable climate for architecture and expanding the role architects play. Colin Amery reports on his ideas and also talks to the Secretary of State for the Environment THE RT
BON MICHAEL HESELTINE , MP, REYNER BANHAM , NORMAN FOSTER , ROBERT ORGAN MARTIN PAWLEY and President of the Architectural Association JOHN PRIZEMAN. Producer ANNE WINDER
Sonata in G (D 894)
WILHELM KEMPFF (piano): record
by GEORGE GISSING , 3: Autumn
A meal of wild blackberries, a book-lined room snug against bad weather, Ryecroft savours these and other delights that country life and a good pension bring to a philosophical mind in a prematurely tired body. Read by Ronald Pickup Producer JOHN CARDY followed by an interlude
Concerto for Orchestra
ORCHESTRA, conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY (Netherlands Radio recording)
by RON HUTCHINSON
One Saturday night in Coventry Boko, after a rather pointless argument, has his head kicked in. As he lies in the intensive care unit, fully aware of his surroundings but unable to move or speak, he reflects upon the patterns and causes which have led to his plight. What has happened to him? What, indeed, has happened to Coventry?
Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham
(first broadcast on Radio 3 as part of the Radio Theatre 81 Festival)
ROSALIND PLOWRIGHT (soprano)
ALFREDA HODGSON (contralto)
THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL CHORUS chorus-master DONALD HUNT BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader'DENNIS SIMONS conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES
Mahler Symphony No 2
(A public concert given in Worcester Cathedral on 28 August, presented by Worcester Three Choirs
Festival with the support o/ Property Growth Assurance Co Ltd) BBC Manchester
(harpsichord) plays Couperin Les Folies Francaix, ou Les
Dominos: record, 1934
A short story bv ANA MARtA MATUTE , translated by LESTER CLARK Bernardino is a strange, friendless boy, pampered and over-protected. His cousins despise him, but are forced to recognise that he is capable of great courage.
Read by Rosalind Adams Producer MARGARET ETALL
(soprano) arr Canteloube La
Delaissado; La Fiolaire (Songs of the Auvergne) LAMOUREUX ORCHESTRA conducted by JEAN-PIERRE JACQUILLAT gramophone record