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DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EDUARDO MATA
JASCHA HEIFETZ (violin) BROOKS SMITH(piano)
8.28* Two Songs:
Sainte; Sur I'herbe (mono)
PIERRE BERNAC (baritone) FRANCIS POULENC (piano)
8.33* Sites auriculaires
PAUL JACOBS. GILBERT KALISH (two pianos)
DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by EDUARDO MATA gramophone records
introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library: Strauss's Four Last
Songs, by JOHN STEANE. A report from the Paris Festival du Son by BARRY FOX
New orchestra) records reviewed by SIMON MUNDY. Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Bach Suite No 1, in c ENGLISH CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA, directed by RAYMOND LEPPARD (harpsichord)
Dvorak Romance in F minor
ITZIIAK PERLMAN (Violin)
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ERICH LEINSDORP
Dvorak Symphony No 8. in G: MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER gramophone records
KETTERING CITADEL BAND bandmaster
DONALD MANNING Himes March:
Motivation; New Frontier Camsey Life's Pageant Curnow Psalm of Praise BBC Birmingham
First in a series of studio performances of the mature quartets (from Op 20 onwards) directfrom the Concert Hall,
Broadcasting House, London
Quartet In E flat major. Op 64 No 6;
Quartet in G minor, Op 74 No 3 (Rider)
with Uonel Salter
A magnificent late 17th-century French harpsichord has been restored by CHRISTOPHER NOBBS. He talks about his work and LINDA NICHOLSON performs music by d'Anglebert and Rameau.
To gladden man in a sorrowful world: music in Anglo-Saxon
Canterbury, introduced by CHRISTOPHER PAGE (lyre and harp) with DAVID MCALISTER (speaker), ANDREW PARROTT (tenor) lewis JONES (pipe) and DOREEN MUSKETT (symphony) Producers CLIVE BENNETT and HUGH KEYTE
Piers Burton-Page presents his choice of recent music broadcasts. Producer chris de souza
with Peter Clayton
Chris Dunkley (in the Chair), talks with William Feaver J. W. Lambert and Peter Porter.
This week's subjects: In the Seventh Circle by CHARLF.S LF.WSEN at the Half Moon Theatre. Eureka!: new Australian artists at the Serpentine Gallery and the ICA. Nash House
Frederik Bradnum's Isaac Rosenberg in the Trenches on Radio 3.
Percy Adlon 's film about Proust's housekeeper. Celeste.
Firebird, a new annual anthology of British fiction edited by T. J. Binding.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
Piano Sonata in Dmajor (D 850) played by the American pianist ANN SCHKIN
by J. W. VON GOETHE
Translated by R. J. HOLLINGDALE and abridged for radio in five parts by ROGER FRITH (1)
The title of this novelle is derived from a chemical theory of attractions which intrigued Cocthe as a scientist. It combines passionate love story with caustic observation of the idle classes in late 18th-century Germany.
Published in 1809, the Novelle shows Goethe's mastery of this essentially German genre.
Read by Richard Morant Producer BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
(Part 2: Tuesday 7.0 pm)
J. W. Von
Opera in four acts
Music by Edward Cowie
Libretto by David Starsmeare
A recording of the New Opera Company's British premiere production of Edward Cowie's first opera, in which Brighella summons a troupe of Commedia dell'Arte
Players to act out man's experience of love and the natural world.
NEW OPERA CHORUS chorus-master Henry Ward
NEW OPERA ORCHESTRA leader John Ludlow conducted by James Lockhart
Acts 1 and 2
And very swcet it is, while the sunlight waves
In the ripening morning to sit alone with the class
And feel the stream of awakening ripple and pass
From me to the boys, whose brightening souls it laves
For this little hour.
(D. H. LAWRENCE )
Anthony Thwalte introduces a selection of poem which take teachers as their theme. Readers FRANCES HOROVITZ GARY WATSON
Producer FRASER STEEL
Acts 3 and 4 (A public performance given on 20 February at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London)
by N. F. SIMPSON
Read by Richard Vernon In which an English gentleman recalls an uncle devoted to the dromedary, a brontosaurus with leakv boots and the finest man whose name ever began with a W - Dick Whittington.
Producer PETER KING
Jesu, joy of man's desiring (cantata 147) Siciliana (Flute Sonata in E flat, BWV 1031)
WILHELM KEMPFF (piano) gramophone record