First of seven programmes Mozart Symphony in D (K 19) ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by JAAP SCHRODER and CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD C. F. Abel Sinfonia concertante in Bfiat:ACADEMY
OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS directed by IONA BROWN
Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (The Military)
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, directed by NEVILLE MARRINER : records
Johann Strauss Wo die Zitronen bliih'n Op 364
JOHANN STRAUSS ORCHESTRA OF VIENNA, conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
Christopher Tye The
Western Wind Mass: choir OF NEW COLLEGE. OXFORD. directed by EDWARD HIGGINBOTTOM
Stravinsky Ballet: Le Baiser de la Fée, COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE composer: records
with Michael Oliver The Mahler-Strauss correspondence, by MICHAEL KENNEDY.
The music of Francois Marie Meslier (1684-1756): by ANTHONY CARPENTER. 'The Sublime Spohr!...' CUVE BROWN presents a bicentenary assessment.
Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and ANDREW LYLE
ZOLTAN KOCSIS (piano) FRANZ LISZT CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA leader JANOS ROLLA
Bartok Divertimento Mozart Piano Concerto No
12, in A major (K 414)
12.10* Mozart Serenata notturna (K 239)
Tchaikovsky Serenade for strings, in c major
A BBC digital recording
KARINE GEORGIAN CLIFFORD BENSON
Beethoven Variations on 'Bei Mannern ' from
Mozart's 'Die Zauberflote' Lutoslawski Grave (Metamorphoses)
Brahms Sonata in F major, Op 99
A BBC digital recording
Quartet No 1 in c. Op 37
Moniuszko String Quartet No 2 in F: VARSOVIA STRING QUARTET
conducted by ALBERT ROSEN Dvorak Scherzo capriccioso
Sibelius Symphony No 3
'Beneath the glittering surface Kadar's Hungary is beset by problems and the Party has very few ideas about resolving them.'
George Schopflin reflects on the reality behind Hungary's burnished image.
Part 2 Bartok Concerto for Orchestra
(Presented by the University of York in association with York City Council)
CHRISTOPHE COIN (viola da gamba)
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
Marais Suite in G minor (Book 3)
Bach Suite No 2, in D (bwv 1028)
3: The Politics of Welfare Professor A. H. Halsey , Director of Social and Administrative Studies at the University of Oxford, examines the political decisions about health care organisation and argues the advantages and disadvantages of the British system with, among others, PROFESSOR RUDOLPH KLEIN , University of Bath: BERNARD BRUHNES , former adviser to President Mitterrand's government and DR PETER DRAPER , Guy's Hospital, London.
Producer CAROUNE THOMSON
Professor A. H.
MARGARET MARSHALL (sop) JOHN FRASER (piano)
Strauss Der Stern ; Du meines Herzens Kronelein Reger Traume , Traume; Abendlied; Wiegenlied (Schlaf, Kindlein)
First of six programmes GORAN SOLLSCHER (guitar)
Sor Fantasia elegiaca, Op 59 Per-Olof Johnson Bellmaniana
Castelnuovo-Tedesco Sonata in memory of Boccherini
by LEWIS CARROLL. A setting for four voices and piano by Pedro de Zulueta
DELIA FLETCHER (sop), ELSA KENDAL (contralto), GORDON PULLIN (tenor), DAVID HOULT (bass) STEPHANIE BAMFORD (piano)
Symphony No 4 BERGEN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by NEEME JARVI : record
by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
, , learns to swim brilliantly. But when he falls in love with a girl at the pool, his obsessional belief in water as his true element turns to something more sinister.
Location recording at the Porchester Baths, London, by CEDRIC JOHNSON. JULIAN WALTHER and BRIAN PRIOR. Technical presentation by DAVID GREENWOOD. PAUL PEARSON and VANESSA ELLNER. Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
a taunted crippled boy:
(born 5 April 1784)
The first of a new monthly series
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by NORMAN DEL MAR
VALERY GRADOW (violin) LYNDA RUSSELL (soprano)
Grand Concert Overture in F (WoO 1); Violin Concerto No 7 in E minor, Op 38
Compiled and presented by Patric Dickinson
W. H. DAVIES is well known for his nature poetry, but Edward Thomas said of his poetry 'that it was as simple as a caveman's drawing on bone and yet of an atmosphere dense with old sorrow'.
Read by Sean Barrett
Producer SHAUN MACLOUGLIN
E mi lasci cosi?: scena and aria
Op 71; Symphony No 8 in G major, Op 137
(all first UK broadcasts)
Ireland Sonatina Elgar In Smyrna
Nielsen Chaconne, Op 32 McCabe Paraphrase on 'Mary, Queen of Scots' (Study No 5) (first UK broadcast)