Ruperto Chapi Prelude: El Tambor de Granaderos ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by ENRIQUE GARCIA ASENSIO anon Adagio and Allegro for timpani, five cellos and double bass WERNER THARICHEN (timpani) MEMBERS OF THE BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Wu Tsu-Chiang Concerto for pipa and orchestra (Little Sisters of the Grassland) LIU TEH-HAI (pipa) BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SEIJI OZAWA Massenet Suite: Le Cid CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LOUIS FREMAUX records:
with Paul Vaughan Building a Library: Britten's Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, by BERNARD KEEFFE. Schumann and Brahms: a collection of Lieder recordings (1901-52) reviewed by ALAN BLYTH. New records of romantic piano music reviewed by DAVID MURRAY. Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS Editor ARTHUR JOHNSON
Liszt Liebestraum No 3; Concert Study No 3 (Un sospiro); Impromptu PAUL CROSSLEY (piano) Mendelssohn Octet MARLBORO FESTIVAL ENSEMBLE Liszt Sonata in B minor JORGE BOLET (piano) records:
with DAVID WILDE (piano) conducted by WILFRIED BOETTCHER
Brahms Tragic Overture Richard Hall Piano Concerto
Strauss Symphonic Poem: Death and Transfiguration
Mozart Fantasia in c minor (K 475)
Beethoven Sonata in c, Op 2 No 3
Slavicky Three Pieces for Piano (1949)
A series of 16 programmes 4: Fugues, Psalms and Double Concertos
Hoist A Fugal Overture LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
A Fugal Concerto
WILLIAM BENNETT (flute) PETER GRAEME (oboe)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by IMOGEN HOLST Bach, orch Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in c minor (BWV 537): LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
Elgar Introduction and Allegro: ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by BENJAMIN BRITTEN
Psalm 48: Great is the Lord; Psalm 29: Give unto the Lord
WORCESTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR conducted by DONALD HUNT PAUL TREPTE (organ): records Holst Two Psalms: MARTYN HILL (tenor), RICHARD HICKOX SINGERS, CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA, conductor
RICHARD HICKOX Double Concerto
EMANUEL HURWITZ (violin) KENNETH SILLITO (violin)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by IMOGEN HOLST Delius Double Concerto YEHUDI MENUHIN (violin) PAUL TORTELIER (cello) ROYAL PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by MEREDITH DAVIES : records
(recorder), SABINE MIELKE
(viola da gamba), ALASTAIR ROSS (harpsicord)
Lotti Trio-Sonata in G
Bononcini Divertimento da camera in A minor
Handel Sonata in c, Op 1 No 7
Sonata No 1 in G, Op 78
ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER (violin) ALEXIS WEISSENBERG (piano) (Austrian Radio recording)
with Peter Clayton
Anthony Thwaite (in the Chair) talks with Waldemar Januszczak , Bryan Magee and Margaret Walters.
Alfred Hitchcock 's Vertigo. Henry James 's The Aspern Papers dramatised by Michael Redgrave at the Haymarket Theatre.
Desert of Lies by Howard Brenton on BBCl.
William Morris Today at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
David Lodge 's new novel Small World.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
Ernst Krenek's reflections in words and music on a journey in 1929 through his native Austria.
Travel diary from the Austrian Alps, Op 62 (first complete UK broadcast) HEINZ ZEDNIK (tenor)
KONRAD LEITNER (piano)
(Austrian Radio recording)
A concert of his music direct from the Barbican Hall, London
London Symphony Orchestra leader MICHAEL DAVIS conducted by Yuri Simonov
Mischa Maisky (cello) Symphony No 3 in D
Mark Girouard , the architectural writer, talks about the architecture of cities.
3: The Manchester of the Middle Ages
Beautiful Bruges was built not to be pretty but to be profitable.
Variations on a Rococo Theme; Fantasy:
Francesca da Rimini
(Given in association with Bush Radio Limited)
Twenty-four Preludes, Op 11 played by IAN LAKE (piano)
A short story by JACK TREVOR story, read by Kenneth Cranham Directed by MARGARET WINDHAM
Second of seven programmes
Levabo oculos meos
Penitential Psalm No 2: Beati quorum remissae sunt iniquitates (Psalm 31) CHOIR OF ST PETER AD
VINCULA. TOWER OF LONDON conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS