First of six programmes Records made by the Hungarian-born conductor who died in March
Ravel Rigaudon (Le Tombeau de Couperin)
Mozart Oboe Concerto inc(K314)
JOHN DE LANCIE (oboe)
Kodaly Suite: Hary Janos records
Cantata No 2: Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein
PAUL ESSWOOD (counter-tenor) KURT EQUILUZ (tenor)
MAX VAN EGMOND (bass)
VIENNA BOYS' CHOIR
VIENNA CONCENTUS MUSICUS directed by NIKOLAUS HARNONCOURT : record
Gounod Petite symphonie MAURICE BOURGUE OCTET with JACQUES ROYER (flute)
Poulenc Sextuor for piano and wind quintet: CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER records
Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 5
KIRI TE KANAWA (soprano)
MEMBERS OF ECO/JEFFREY TATE Franck Symphonic Poem: Psyche
ORCHESTRE DE PARIS
Ives Three Places in New England
BOSTON SO/MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain: ALICIA DE LARROCHA (piano) LPO/RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE BURGOS records
Introduced by Michael Oliver On a theme by Paganini:
GEOFFREY NORRIS reflects on why so many composers have chosen to write variations on Paganini's Caprice. A conversation with JESSYE NORMAN.
Liszt's other Ernani paraphrase: ALAN WALKER introduces a recently rediscovered manuscript.
Waves of Power and Light: the music of Luigi Nono, by MALCOLM HAYES.
Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and ANDREW LYLE
conducted by LEONARD SLATKIN with EMANUEL AX (piano)
Last of six programmes from the orchestra's 1983/4 season
Part 1 Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 3 (Pastoral)
David Nokes , Lecturer in English at King's College, London, reflects on some aspects of language and how it is used.
Part 2 Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 4 inc (NPR recording)
Series producer ANDREW KUROWSKI
First of two programmes
Rubbra String Quartet No 1 Brahms String Sextet in B flat major, Op 18 COULL STRING QUARTET
With ALAN GEORGE (viola) IOAN DAVIES (cello)
leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by GEORGE HURST STEPHEN BENNETT (clarinet) Hindemith Concert music for brass and strings
Arnold Cooke Clarinet Concerto No 2
Mozart Symphony No 41, in c minor (K 551) (Jupiter) BBC Manchester
Antony Pay (clarinet) John Constable (piano)
Beethoven Four Goethe settings Spohr Six German songs, Op 103
3.55* Interval Reading
4.0* Poulenc Five poems of Max Jacob ; Clarinet Sonata; La courte paille
The first of two programmes, each containing one of the two Duos by Mozart
A sceptical review of new ideas and old orthodoxies in the world of the arts presented by Stephen Games.
Producer CATHY WEARING
NOBUKO imai (viola)
ORCHESTRA OF ST JOHN 'S.
SMITH SQUARE leader ROSEMARY FURNISS conductor JOHN LUBBOCK Tippett Little Music
Thea Musgrave From one to another (first UK broadcast of version for viola and strings)
Britten Lachrymae : reflections on a song of Dowland Barry Guy Flagwalk (first UK broadcast)
Dowland Barry Guy
JEFFREY SIEGEL (piano) plays a recently rediscovered concert paraphrase, framed by two of Liszt's more familiar works. Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude (Harmonies poetiques et religieuses)
Concert Paraphrase on Verdi s Ernani (first UK broadcast) Hungarian Rhapsody No 13, in A minor
by SUSAN HILL
An elderly pair sit in the conservatory of an old folks home and fret over the unexpected absence of their colourful companion from upstairs.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
A theatrical capriccio in one act Words and music by Busoni (sung in German)
Eighteenth-century Bergamo, with a cuckolded husband, duelling rivals and magical or spiritual healing, lies at the heart of this satire in commedia dell'arte style.
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by GARY BERTINI
(SFB/RIAS recording from the 1984 Berlin Festival)
What contributions can the law make to the political development of the European Community?
Judge T. Koopmans , a senior judge of the European Court, Luxemburg, comments.
Nicholson Movements (in memory of Igor Stravinsky )
(first broadcast performance) Janacek Concertino
KOENIG ENSEMBLE director
JAN LATHAM-KOENIG (piano)
by JIM ARNOTT
Read by Derek Halligan Belfast, 1984: Jack lies in a hospital bed reliving the terror of a sectarian attack made on him in his youth and suffering the consequences of a similar attack in his adult life. Producer PENNY GOLD
(soprano and piano)
Schubert Three songs Brahms Five Deutsche Volkslieder
Clara Schumann Five Lieder aus
Jucunde Wolf Four Mbrike Lieder (A repeat of last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert)