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Ireland Comedy Overture GRIMETHORPE COLLIERY BAND. conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH
8.16* Alkan Zorcico BERNARD RINGEISSEN (piano)
8.22* Puccini Nessun dorma (Turandot) (mono) TOM BURKE (tenor) with orchestra
8.25' Auric Ballet: Les Facheux
MONTE CARLO OPERA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH gramophone records
Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:
Haydn's Symphony No 103 (Drum Roll) by STEPHEN DODCSON.
EDWARD CREENFIELD On the 1982 Gramophone Awards. New pre-classical records reviewed by IAIN FENLON. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Muffat Suite No 1
(Florilegium secundum) ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
Mendelssohn Cello Sonata No 2. In D: ANNER BYLSMA (cello). STANLEY HOOGLAND (fortepiano)
Corelli Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 6
CANTILENA, directed by ADRIAN SHEPHERD (cello) pramophone records
THE CORY BAND conductor DENZIL STEPHENS Denzil Stephens Concert Overture: West South West
Gilbert Vinter Vizcaya Bryan Kelly Edinburgh Dances
Frank Kermode is King Edward VII Professor of . English Literature at
Cambridge: but. from his Manx childhood onwards, music has come a close second. His personal choice of records includes Heddle Nash singing Handel, Heifetz and Primrose playing a Mozart duo. and extracts from Fidelio. Arabella and The Turn of the Screw.
Presented by Lionel Salter
The first of four editions to include some unusual items from previous series.
The English Ayre
Robert Jones Come, sorrow, come
THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE
Emma Kirkby (soprano) David Thomas (bass) directed by Anthony Rooley (lute)
The Chalumeau is often regarded as little more than the primitive predecessor of the clarinet. COLIN LAWSON talks about its history and extensive repertoire, and introduces music for chalumeaux by Handel, Telemann, Fux and Graupner.
COLIN LAWSON, RONALD WOODLEY (chalumeaux) ELIZABETH GALE (soprano) LISA BEZNOSIUX (flute)
THE PARLEY OF INSTRUMENTS directed by ROY GOODMAN and PETER HOLMAN
Robert Layton presents a choice of recent music broadcasts which have Kiven him pleasure.
Producer ANTHONY BURTON
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books. broadcasting and the visual arts.
John Spurting (in the Chair) talks with Jeffrey Richards, Margaret Walters and Ted Whitehead
This week's subjects:
The BBC2 series Nancy Astor by Derek Marlowe; Paintings by Meredith Frampton at the Tate Gallery; Trinity by Edgar White at the Riverside Studios; Sydney Pollack's film Absence of Malice; The Wider Sea, a biography of John Ruskin by John Dixon Hunt.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
LOWRI BLAKE (cello)
JANICE DAWSON (piano) Mendelssohn Song without Words in d, Op 109
Berkeley Andantino Sainl-Saens Allegro appassionato Fauré Ellgle
Falla. arr Maréchal Suite populaire espagnole
by LESLEY MONTGOMERY and DAVID ALLEN
Third of five programmes reflecting the friendship and common interests of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn , drawn from their letters and diaries and from records of the Royal -Society. with and 3: In All Thinos Curious Directed by JENYTH WORSLEY
president of the Royal Society:
direct from the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Clifford Curzon (piano)
Jennifer Smith (soprano) Kenneth Bowen (tenor) Stephen Roberts (baritone)
Dyfed Choir chorus-master JOHN S. DAVIES
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by Sir David WUIcocks Part 1
Hoddinott Sinfonla Fidel Mozart Piano Concerto No 21, in C (K 467)
Peter Burke , Fellow of Emmanuel College,
Cambridge, explains why he considers
FRANCES YATES , who died last year, to be one of the most important Intellectual historians of her time.
Part 2 Gounod Messe solennelle a St Cécile BBC Wales
' The mind is the last bastion of self-respect.' Copernicus and Darwin overturned two of man's great anthropocentric eliefs:thatourearthIs at the centre of the universe; and that we owe our existence to an act of divine creation. A third belief remains: that our minds make us unique.
Daniel Dennett , Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University, Boston, discusses with Geoff Watts his recently published book The Mind's 1. in which he argues that human beings are not the only machines that can have minds.
Producer JULIAN BROWN
Haydn Quartet in E Sat, Op 71 No 3
Roberto Gerhard Quartet No 2
DARTINGTON STRING QUARTET Colin Sauer , Malcolm Latchem (violins)
Keith Lovell (viola)
Michael Evans (cello)
Oregek (The Old Folk) CHORUS OF HUNGARIAN RADIO AND TELEVISION conducted by ZOLTAN VASARHELYI : record