6.55 Modem Art: Vorticism.
7.15 Combating Stereotypes.
7.35 Social Sciences: Grapevine.
The last of 12 programmes Suite in A, Op 98
RADOSLAV KVAPIL (piano)
String Quartet in A flat, Op 105 SMETANA STRING QUARTET records
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
Kurt Weill Kleine Dreigroschenmusik
LONDON SINFONIETTA/ATHERTON Guillaume Lekeu Violin Sonata in G minor
AUGUSTIN DUMAY (violin)
JEAN-PHILIPPE COLLARD (piano)
Cesar Franck Symphony in D minor. PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA/ MUTI. records
A magazine programme about the music and musicians in this year's Promenade concerts.
A conversation with WOLFGANG MANZ and CHRISTIAN BLACKSHAW ; PAUL GRIFFITHS on Bartok's only opera Duke Bluebeard's Castle; an interview with ROGER NORRINGTON , who on Thursday will conduct the first Prom performance of a Beethoven symphony on instruments of the period.
Presented by Nicholas Kenyon Producer RAY ABBOTT. Stereo
leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conductor JERZY MAKSYMIUK
Stravinsky Suite: Pulcinella Peter Maxwell Davies Sinfonietta Accademica
(first broadcast performance)
12.15* Interval Reading
12.20* Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
(Given as part of the St Magnus Festival, Orkney Islands)
ROGER VIGNOLES (piano)
Beethoven Sonata in F, Op 24 (Spring)
Howard Ferguson Sonata No 2 in F sharp minor
1.40* Interval Reading
1.45* Brahms Sonata in G BBC Birmingham
Opera in a prologue, four acts and an epilogue
Libretto after GOETHE'S Faust
Music by Boito (sung in Italian) A concert performance recorded at the Theatre des Champs Elysees in May 1983.
FRENCH RADIO CHORUS
CHILDREN'S CHORUS OF RADIO
FRANCE, NEW PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA OF RADIO FRANCE conducted by NELLO SANTI (French Radio recording) Prologue, Acts 1 and 2
The life and death of a therapeutic community. Dr Anthony Stevens , a practising psychiatrist and author of Archetypes, talks about the work of Gilbert and Irene Champemowne , two remarkable pioneers in the community care of the psychologically ill.
Mozart Variations on Unserdummer Pobel meint from Gluck's opera Die Pilger von Mekka (K 455)
Brahms Variations on a theme of Handel, Op 24 BBC Bristol
'The theatre is irresistible.
Organise the theatre!' Matthew Arnold 's appeal has been taken up with a vengeance over the last 100 years, but he might have been dismayed by its consequences. John Elsom , the writer and theatre critic, talks to administrators, artistic directors and politicians about the effects of financial and bureaucratic organisation on what appears on stage.
Producer THOMAS SUTCLIFFE. mono
Delius, arr Beecham Summer Evening (mono) RPO/BEECHAM Kodaly Summer Evening BUDAPEST PO/THE COMPOSER records
by DENIS DIDEROT (1713-84) translated and adapted by MICHAEL HENRY and Goethe called it 'an enormous and delicate banquet'. It is a literary experiment; a philosophical romp. It is like a set of Chinese boxes, consisting of stories within the tale of the loves and adventures of the dauntless man-servant Jacques. He is a delightful character who explains the absurdity of life by one formula: 'It's all written in the stars'.
Hostess ............. MAGGIE MCCARTHY With TIMOTHY BATESON , HELENA
BRECK, BERNARD BROWN , GEOFFREY COLLINS , ARNOLD DIAMOND , WILLIAM EEDLE , NARISSA KNIGHTS, MOIR LESLIE , MARK ROLSTON , HILDA SCHRODER, MARK STRAKER and JANE WENHAM
Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS
Rainer Kussmaul (violin) Claus Kanngieaser (cello) Monika Leonhard (piano)
Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 1 No 1
Shostakovich Piano Trio in E minor, Op 67
10.0* Interval Reading
Piano Trio in D minor, Op 49 (Given during the Cheltenham International Festival of Music 1984) BBC Birmingham
Delius, arr Fenby Two
Aquarelles. ACADEMY OF ST
Prokofiev Suite: Summer Night BOURNEMOUTH SO/BERGLUND
Delius Summer Night on the River. ACADEMY OF ST