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Bach Suite No 2, in B minor (bwv 1067)
AURÈLE NICOLET (flute) MUNICH BACH ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL RICHTER
7.29* Liszt Transcription of the Polonaise from Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegln
SYLVIA KERSENBAUM (piano)
7.36* Arnold English Dances, Op 27 and 33 LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE COMPOSER
8.5 Brahms Tragic Overture, Op 81
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by OTTO KLEMPERER
8.18* Beethoven Horn Sonata In F, Op 17 ALAN CIVIL (horn)
DAVID PARKHOUSE (piano) 8.J4*MozartViolin
Concerto No 2, in D (k 211) JAAP SCHRÖDER
ENSEMBLE, conducted by FRANS ÐRÜGGEN gramophone records
Roussel Deux poemes chinots, Op 12
YOLANDA MARCOULESCOU (soprano)
KATJA PIIILLABAUM (piano) Evocations, Op 15:
Les dleux dans l'ombre des cavernes: La ville rose; Aux bords du fleuve sacre
MARIE MRAZOVA (contralto) ZDENEK SVEHLA (tenor)
JINDRICH JINDRAK (baritone) CZECH PHILHARMONIC CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by ZDF.NEK KOSLER gramophone records
Piano Concerto No 3, in c minor
CHRISTIAN ZACHARIAS (piano) BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by BERNHARD KLEE
(RIAS Berlin recording)
ERNST KOVACIC (violin) PAUL CROSSLEY (piano) Sonata (1897):
Berceuse sur le nom de Faurc: Sonata in G: Tzigane
BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE Brahms Seven Lieder, Op 62
Kodaly Molnar Anna (Annie Miller )
Brahms Five Lieder, Op 104
leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
PETER FRANKL (piano) Part 1
Sibelius Symphonic Poem: Taplola
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2, in A
Ian McDougall. with the help of the BBC'S Monitoring Service. presents his weekly selection of foreign radio broadcasts.
(Repeated: Wed 8.20 pm)
Rachmanlnov Symphony No 3. In A minor. Op 44
(Public concert given on 24 April in Brangwyn Hall, Swansea)
MANOUG PARIKIAN (violin) AMARYLLIS rLEMlNG (cello) BERNARD ROBERTS (piano) Piano Trio in E flat (d 929) BBC Birmingham
the NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Symphony No 6, In E minor: record
Shostakovich Symphony No 5, In D minor
(Voice o/ America recording)
The best of present-day jazz on records. Introduced by Charles Fox
Jeremy Slepmann presents a programme of music for the early evening. Tonight's programme includes three concertos, starting with Handel's Concerto Grosso in B minor, Op 6 No 12; at 5.35* Bruch's G minor Violin Concerto
(Soloist EUGENE SARBU) and ending at 6.20* with Bartok'sConcertofor Orchestra.
Producer ANDREW LYLI gramophone records
The third of five conversations with Alastair Hetherington.
' I do like the excitement of changing political and economic circumstances. I enjoy it when suddenly there's a boom in consumer buying In one country or there s a crisis in another country.'
Sir David Orr , Chairman of Unilever, one of the world's largest companies, reflects on his career, his responsibilities and the Influence of business on international economic policy.
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conductor GÚNTHER HERBIG Part 1
Berg Seven Early Songs
' Writing a love poem Is a bit like being given the right to march up and down the streets of language with bayonets fixed and bands playing.' John Ormond Introduces and reads a selection from his recent work-
1 Design for a quilt '. ' In September ', ' Given luck, not that such given luck ', ' To tel you something I've discovered ' and ' Elsewhere ' - poems Of love and the cosmic context In which It is set.
Part 2 Mahler
SymphonyNo6.in A minor (A public concert given on11MarchintheFree Trade Hall)
Fantasia in A minor (Bwv 922)
IGOR KIPNIS (clavichord) gramophone record
A series of programmes inwhichdifferent interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
John Steane talks about
Schoenberg's Gurrelleder as recorded by Stokowski In the 30s, and in recent years by Boulez,
Ferencslk, Kubelik and Ozawa.
Ondine (Gaspard cte la nult)
MARTHA ARGERICH (piano) gramophone record