Elgar Mazurka: NORTHERN SINFONIA. conducted by NEVILLE MARRtNER
7.8* Parry Symphonic Variations
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
7.21* Strauss Duet Concertino
MANFRED WEISE (clarinet) WOLFGANG LIEBSCHER
(bassoon), DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA, conducted by RUDOLF KEMPE
7.40' Gounod Petite symphonie in B flat
NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE conducted by EDO DE WAART
8.5 Ravel Le tombeau de
Couperin: PARIS ORCHESTRA conducted by HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.24* Liszt La campanella (Paganini Studies)
ANDREI GAVRILOV (piano)
8.28* Offenbach Au mont Ida (La Belle Hélène) (mono) jussi bjorlvng (tenor) orchestra conducted by NILS GREVILLHJS
8.32* Janacek Sinfonletta BRNO STATE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by JIRI BELOHLAVEK gramophone records
Beethoven Cello Sonata in G minor,
Op 5 No 2
JACQUELINE DU PRE (cello) DANIEL BARENBOIM (piano) Quintet for oboe, clarinet, horn. bassoon and piano, Op 16
JORG DEMUS, With members of the BERLIN PHILHARMONIC WIND ENSEMBLE gramophone records
ANNE-MARIE OWENS (SOP) DAVID MASON (piano) Schubert Der blinde Knabe; Die Allmacht Debussy Chansons de Bilitis
Verdi NeU'orror di notte oscura; Il poveretto;
Stornello; Den, pietoso, oh Addolorata; Brindisi
MEDICI STRING QUARTET
Paul Robertson (violin) David Matthews (violin) Paul Silverthorne (viola) Anthony Lewis (cello)
Usko Merilainen Quartet No 1 (first UK broadcast) Sibelius Quartet in D minor, Op 56 (Voces intimae)
by Frenchmen Jolivet and Roussel and by adoptive Frenchmen Enesco and Martinu.
PHILIPPA DAVIES (flute)
JULIAN DAWSON-LYELL (piano) Jolivet Chant de
Linos Roussel Joueurs de flute
Enesco Cantabile e Presto Martinu Scherzo
conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
IDA IIAENDEL (Violin)
Part 1 Brahms Violin Concerto in D, Op 77
Angus McDcrmld presents his weekly selection of foreign radio broadcasts.
Part 2 Dvorak Symphony No 9, in E minor, Op 95 (From the New World)
(Given last December in City Hall, Cardiff, in association with the Welsh Arts Council)
First of two programmes Jesu salvator saeculi redemptis; Western Wind Mass; In manus tuas : Filiae Jerusalem
TIIF CLERKES OF OXENFORD conductor DAVID WULSTAN
ANDRt DE GROOTE (piano) Dutilleux Sonata
Bartok Three Etudes, Op 18
conducted by CHRISTOPHER ADEY
CHILINGIRIAN STRrNG QUARTET
Spohr Concerto for string quartet and orchestra, Op 131
Elgar Introduction and Allegro for strings, Op 47
The best of present-day jazz on records.
Introduced by Charles Fox
Jeremy Siepmann presents a sequence of music for the early evening which begins with Prokofiev's Classical Symphony, a tribute to Haydn, whose Symphony No 98 in 13 flat ends the programme. Producer ANDREW lyle
Poetry must resemble prose and both must accept the vocabulary of their time. Nor must there be any special subject matter - Tristram and Iseult were not a more suitable theme than Paddington Railway Station.
For W. B. Yeats. poetry abandoned its obligations shortly after the Great
War. but he was not the first reader to deplore the modern in verse.
Eric Griffiths , of Trinity College, Cambridge, presents a brief history of how unacknowledged legislators have represented the voices of their constituents through the voice of poetry.
Readers Martin Jarvis and Christopher Scott
Producer THOMAS SUTCLIFFE followed by an interlude
direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London London Philharmonic Orchestra leader DAVID NOLAN conductor Sir Georg Soltl Isobel Buchanan (soprano) Thomas Allen (baritone) London Philharmonic Choir Part 1
Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
by LESLEY MONTGOMERY and DAVID ALLEN
Five programmes reflecting the friendship and common interests of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn drawn from their letters and diaries.
Narrator Geoffrey Kenton 2: God Preserve Us All Directed by JENYTH WORSLEY
* Pictures, dance and music can lead from appetite to achievement.' R. A. Hodgkin , former
Lecturer in Educational Studies at Oxford
University, reflects on recent discoveries about the human brain which suggest ways of making teaching and learning more effective.
Quartet No 1, Op 25
GABRIELI STRING QUARTET Kenneth Silllto (violin)
Brendan O'Reilly (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (cello)
CANTILENA, directed by ADRIAN SHEPHERD gramophone record