Chausson Poome. Op 25 GINETTE NEVEU (Violin)
PHlLHARMONlA ORCHESTRA conducted by ISSAY DOBROWEN
8.20* Charpenller Depuis le jour (Louise, Act 3) FANNY HELDY (soprano)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by PIERO COPPOLA
8.24* Fauré Ballade, Op 19 MARGUERITE LONG (piano) PARIS CONSERVATOIRE
ORCHESTRA, conducted by ANDRE CLUYTENS
8.39* Franck, orch ltopartz Nocturne
CHARLES PANZERA (bar)
ORCHESTRA. conducted by PIERO COPPOLA
8.43* Andre Caplet Septet CALVET STRING QUARTET with MARJSE COITANOZ (soprano) NATALIE WETCHER (mezzo-SOp). MARGUERITE PIFTEAU (contralto): records
MARISA TANZINI (piano) BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by GERD ALBRECIIT
9.33. Brahms Violin
Sonata No 3, in D minor ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER ALEXIS WEISSENBERG
9.53* Prokofiev Suite
No 1: Romeo and Juliet
ORCHESTRA OF WASHINGTON conducted by MSTISLAV ROSTROFOVICH gramophone records
First of seven programmes played by TREVOR PINNOCK Toccata in D minor (BWV 913); Two-part Invention in F major (bwv 779);
Two-part Invention in F minor (bwv 780); Partita No 1. in B flat (bwv 825)
conducted by SERGIU COMISSIONA
PIERRE AMOYAL (violin)
Britten Suite on English folk tunes: A time there was
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D major
12.0* Interval Reading
11.5* Sibelius Symphony No 2, in D major
The French King's
Minstrels: the MARTIN BEST
L'amour de moi - four centuries of French love songs. Each group is taken from a manuscript or is by composers with a royal connection.
Ninth in a series of 16 programmes, introduced by Robert Simpson
Serenata in vano (FS 68) ATHENA ENSEMBLE
In memoriam Franz Neruda (fs 74) (first UK performance)
FUILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIMON RATTLE Chaconne (FS 79)
JOHN MCCABE (piano)
Sonata No 2 for violin and piano
ERICH GRUENBERG (Violin)
JOHN mccade (piano) Symphony No 4
(L'Inestinguiblle) (FS 76) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIMON RATTLE
Sextet in E flat, Op 81b MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA
OCTET: gramophone record
Third of ten programmes featuring ALFRED CORTOT Schumann Carnaval , Op Schubert Piano Trio No 1 in B flat (0898) with JACQUES THIBAUD (violin) PABLO CASALS (cello) records
with Peter Clayton
Paul Bailey (in the Chair) talks with Waldemar Januszczak , Jeffrey Richards and Claire Tomalin.
This week: Monty Python's The Meaning of Life: film directed by Terry Jones.
Sporting Life: an anthology of British sporting prints at the British Museum.
Flying Into the Wind: play by David Leland on ITV.
Buried Inside Extra by Thomas Babe at the Royal Court Theatre, London.
The Liberty Tree: a collection of poems by Tom Paulin.
Second programme in which Nicholas Danby introduces a recital recorded in Leonhardtskirche, Basel, Switzerland.
Boyvin Suite du troisldme ton (excerpts) de Grigny Plein Jeu;
Fugue a 5 (Veni Creator) Dandrieu Magnificat in A minor (excerpts)
Balbatre La Marseillaise de Grigny Tierce en taille i Swiss Radio recording)
The Trial is Franz Kafka 's most famous book and the sense of being on trial filled his own life. What was his crime? Who was the judge? Who was the prosecuting council?
Patrick Carnegy considers Kafka's work in the light of these questions with contributions from
STEVE BERKOFF ,
BREYTEN BREYTENBACII. ROSEMARY DINNAGE ,
EDWARD GOLDSTUCKER , HUGO GRYN.
JIRI MUCHA. MALCOLM PASLEY and J. P. STERN.
Reader DAVID GRAHAM
Producer PIERS PLOWRIGHT (The Trial, tomorrow 7.30) Woddis On ... page 62
direct from the Town Hall Philharmonia Orchestra leader
CHRISTOPHER WARREN-GREEN , conducted by Brian Priestman , with James Galway (flute) Various composers, (Berkeley's pupils)
Bouquet for Lennox: 15 variations on the Reapers' Chorus from
Ruth (first performance: Festival commission)
Webcrn Passacaglia, Op 1 Lennox Berkeley Flute Concerto, Op 36
George Cushing ,
Professor of Hungarian
Studies at the University uf London, reflects on the work of George Konrad. sociologist turned novelist.
Poulenc, orch Berkeley Flute Sonata
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale. Op 56a (A public concert given in association with the Cheltenham Festival
Society and Marks and Spencer pic)
No religious movement has ever aroused such deep hostility as the Oxford Movement. No movement since the Reformation was to change the face of English religion so much. JAMES MUNSON explores the beginnings of the Oxford Movement.
With TIMOTHY BATESON.
GEOFFREY COLLINS , BRETT USHER and JOHN WEBB. Producer DAVID CRAIG
Presenter Anthony Rooley 27: John Ward
The first set of English madrigals (1613)
(Excerpts): CONSORT OF
MUSICKE MADRIGAL ENSEMBLE CONSORT OF VIOLS, directed by ANTHONY ROOLEY