Seiber/Dankworth Improvisations, for Jazi band and symphony orchestra JOHN DANKWORTH BAND LONDON PHILHARMONIC orchestra, conducted by HUGO RIGNOLD
8.16* Paganini Sonatas in A minor and major, Op 3 DESMOND BRADLEY (violin) HERMANN LEEB (guitar)
8.24* Turina In the Streets of Seville (Impressions, Op 96) CRISTINA ORTIZ (piano)
8.31* Torroba Madronos ; Suite Castellana ERIC HILL (guitar)
8.41* Rosenberg Ballet Suite: Orpheus in Town SWEDISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by STIG WESTERBERG records:
Introduced by Paul Vaughan Building a Library: Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis , by MICHAEL KENNEDY. JOHN BORWiCK on the pros and cons of audiophile records. New instrumental records reviewed by CHRISTOPHER HEADINGTON. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Kreisler. transc Rachmaninov Liebesleid; Liebesfreud Bizet, transc Busonl Chamber Fantasy on Carmen PHILIP FOWKE (piano) Rodrigo Tiento antiguo; Junto al Generalife; Fandango PEPE ROMERO (guitar) Chopin Four Impromptus CLAUDIO ARRAU (piano) gramophone records
WHITBURN BURGH BAND conductor PETER PARKES Gordon Langford Sinfonietta John Ireland Elegy (A Downland Suite) Eric Ball Journey into Freedom BBC Scotland
Clive Sinclair , Chairman of Sinclair Research, has designed numerous pieces of electronic wizardry Including a highly successful micro-computer.
But there is nothing written by a computer among his personal selection of records. Producer
Lassus edition. previewing some of the programmes with which Radio 3 will be celebrating the 450th anniversary of his birth In 1532.
CLIVE WEARING considers
Lassus' achievement both as composer and performer, and f particularly during the last 30 years of his life, when he directed the Hofkapelle of the Dukes of Bavaria. The illustrations, all by Lassus, are sung by the TAVERNER CHOIR. director ANDREW PARROTT : Husica Dei donum; Carmina chromatica; Resonet in laudibus; Omnia tempus habent; Tibi laus; Vide homo.
(Bavarian Royal Wedding of 1568: 21, 22 and 23 February; Seven
24 February and Sundays in Lent)
Nicholas Anderson presents his choice of recent music broadcasts. Producer
Presenter Peter Clayton
Philip Oakes (in the Chair) talks with Margaret Drabble , William Feaver and Ted Whitehead
This week's subjects: A film version of E. L. Doctorow 's Ragtime, directed by Milos Forman. Kathe Kollwitz : The
Graphic Works at the ICA Gallery, Nash House.
Spain: A Return to the Battlefields directed by Christopher Cook , on BBC2 The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H., a dramatisation of George Steiner 's novel, by Christopher Hampton at the Mermaid.
Impossible Profession, by Janet Malcolm.
Producer DAVID PERRY
SUSAN KESSLER (mezzo-sop) GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano) Gounod Chant d'Automne; Seul; Ou voulez-vous aller?; Ni l'or ni la grandeur;
Venise; Le Vallon; La paquerette; Aimons-nous Hahn Reverie;
L'Enamourée; Si mes vers avaient des ailes Massenet SI tu veux, Mignonne: Sonnet;
Stances; Souvenir de Venisc
conducted by John Pritchard direct from the Town Hall
Part 1 Mozart
Symphony No 34. in c major (K 338)
A short story by TOM MACINTYRE
An Irish writer Is invited to an American university to give a reading of his poetry. It turns out to be a nightmare experience. Read by T. p. McKenna
Producer CHERRY COOKSON
Bruckner Symphony No 5, in B flat major
(Given in association with the Leeds International Concert Season and sponsored by Williams and Glyn's Bank Ltd)
JACK HENRY ABBOTT became a folk hero in New York intellectual circles when his letters from prison were published as In the Belly of the Beast.
Before long this convicted murderer was released on parole and is now in jail again charged with the murder of a young waiter. Denis Donoghue , Henry James Professor of Letters at New York University, reflects on this infatuation with danger and violence, and on its cultural implications.
ROHAN DE SARAM (Cello) JOHN MAYER (tanpura)
Isang Yun Glissees , for cello
John Mayer Six
Ragamalas, for cello and tanpura (first broadcast)
Josef Suk Op 30.
PAVEL STEPAN plays tWO Of the ten pieces for piano: No 4 (Poco allegretto);
No 5 (On the recovery of my son): record