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Berlioz Overture:
Le Camaval Romain
BERLIN PO'LORIN MAAZEL
7.13* Bach, arr Busoni
Chaconne (Partita in D minor) RONALD SMITH (piano)
7.27* Mozart Flute Quartet in D (K 285)
JUDITH HALL (flute)
PAUL BARRITT (violin)
GUSTAV CLARKSON (viola) JOSEPHINE HORDER (Cello)
7.44* Liszt St Francis of Assisi preaching to the birds
BERLIN RSO/GERD ALBRECHT
8.0 News
8.5 Byrd and Vittoria
Settings of '0 Quam Gloriosum'
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE.
CAMBRIDGE/SIR DAVID WILLCOCKS
8.13* Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks)
ENSEMBLE INTERCONTEMPORAIN/
PIERRE BOULEZ
8.28* Angelo Gilardino Cancion Triste (Omaggio a Pablo Neruda);
Canto di Primavera
(Omaggio a Igor Stravinsky) ALICE ARTZT (guitar)
8.37* Samuel Wesley Symphony No 5, in A major
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA/JORG FAERBER records

Contributors

Unknown: Lorin Maazel
Piano: Ronald Smith
Cello: Josephine Horder
Cello: Liszt St Francis

: News

: This Week's Composers

William Alwyn and Alan Rawsthorne Rawsthorne Overture: Street Corner (1944)
LPOISIR JOHN PRITCHARD
Rawsthorne Piano Concerto No 2 (1951)
MALCOLM BINNS (piano)
LSO/NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE Alwyn Symphony No 5 (Hydriotaphia)(1973) LPO/THE COMPOSER records
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: William Alwyn
Unknown: Alan Rawsthorne
Unknown: Lpoisir John Pritchard
Piano: Malcolm Binns

: Haydn

Sonata in E flat (H xvi 49); Variations in F minor (H xvn 6)
LINDA NICHOLSON (fortepiano)

Contributors

Unknown: Linda Nicholson

: Langham Chamber Orchestra

led by JOHN LUDLOW conducted by Leo Brouwer Mozart Adagio and Fugue in c minor (K 546)
Henryk Gorecki Three pieces in old style
Warlock Capriol Suite
Brouwer Canciones Remotas

Contributors

Unknown: John Ludlow
Conducted By: Leo Brouwer
Conducted By: Mozart Adagio
Unknown: Henryk Gorecki

: Auric: The Last Boat

Georges Auric was the last of 'Les Six' to die, many years after the group of French composers had broken up. This programme of songs and piano music reflects his interest in popular music as it was understood by 'Les Six', and ends with Attendez le prochain bateau, the next boat which turned out to be the last. JOHN YORK (piano solo) DINAH HARRIS (soprano) with GORDON STEWART (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Georges Auric
Piano: Gordon Stewart

: BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra

led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by Mariss Yansons
Howard Shelley (piano) Parti
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3, in D minor, Op 30

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Haskey
Conducted By: Mariss Yansons
Piano: Howard Shelley

: News

: BBC Welsh SO

Part 2 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, in B minor, Op 74 (Pathetique)
(Given at the Great Hall, Aberystwyth, in association with the Welsh Arts Council)

: Music from the Castle Museum, York

Thomas Tomkins A Toye made at Poole Court; Worster Brawls Paradisi Vivace; Toccata (Sonata in A major)
Mozart Rondo in D major (K 485) Clementi Sonata in F sharp minor
BBC Manchester (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Tomkins
Unknown: Mozart Rondo
Unknown: Clementi Sonata

: Hindemith: The Composer Conducts and Plays

The fourth of ten programmes featuring Paul Hindemith as conductor, viola player and pianist in recordings of his own compositions. Trauermusik
THE COMPOSER (viola)
ORCHESTRA/BRUNO REIBOLD Symphonic Dances
BERLIN POTHE COMPOSER Sonata for piano (duet) JESUS MARIA SANROMA and THE COMPOSER mono records

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Hindemith
Unknown: Jesus Maria Sanroma

: Baroque Music from Kassel

MUSICA ANTIQUA COLOGNE directed by REINHARD GOEBEL Heinrich Biber Partita No 5, in G minor (Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa); Sonata No 4, in D, for violin and basso continuo
Johann Friedrich Fasch
Quartet in D minor, for two violins, viola and basso continuo
(Hess Radio recording)

Contributors

Directed By: Reinhard Goebel
Directed By: Heinrich Biber Partita
Unknown: Johann Friedrich Fasch

: Choral Evensong

recorded in St Thomas
Church, Fifth A venue, New York Responses: Leighton
Psalms: 42,43 (S.S. Wesley, Crotch)
First Lesson: Daniel 7, vv 1-14 (AV)
Canticles: Bairstow in D
Second Lesson: Matthew 5, vv 38-48 (RSV)
Anthem: Take him, earth, for cherishing (Howells)
Organ voluntary: Adagio in E (Frank Bridge)
Organist and Master of the Choristers GERRE HANCOCK
Assisting organist QUENTIN LANE

Contributors

Unknown: Gerre Hancock
Organist: Quentin Lane

: News

: Mainly for Pleasure

Presented by Andrew Keener Producer MARTIN COTTON

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Keener
Producer: Martin Cotton

: Music for Two Guitars

SERGIO AND ODAIR ASSAD Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Preludes and Fugues, Op 199: No 7, in c sharp minor; No 17, in B major
Rodrigo Tonadilla
Radames Gnattalli Valsa ; Corta Jaca

Contributors

Unknown: Odair Assad
Unknown: Rodrigo Tonadilla
Unknown: Radames Gnattalli Valsa

: Still Managing to Fiddle

When I was 12 years old everyone said I played remarkably well for my age. Now they're saying the same thing.
The violinist Josef Gingold , now aged 76, is heralded by colleagues such as Isaac Stern and Itzhak Perlman as one of the world's greatest musicians and teachers. Yet he has never taken up a soloist's career and remains largely unknown in this country. In conversation with Roger Wright he reflects on his life and career and his position as a link between the great 19th-century violinists and those of today.
Producer CATHY WEARING

Contributors

Violinist: Josef Gingold
Unknown: Isaac Stern
Unknown: Itzhak Perlman
Unknown: Roger Wright

: Takacs Quartet

Gabor Takacs-Nagy (violin) Karoly Schranz (violin) Gabor Ormai (viola) Andras Fejer (cello) direct from the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham Parti
Haydn Quartet in G, Op 76 No 1 Bartok Quartet No 3

Contributors

Violin: Karoly Schranz
Viola: Gabor Ormai
Cello: Andras Fejer

: * Reader Reception Theory

Critics have always seemed capable of picking up a much over-worked text that, like a lemon, can be squeezed again to produce a few drops of the juice ofmeaning.
Helmut Bonheim. Professor of English at Cologne University, reflects on the latest literary fad to challenge the status of traditional textual analysis.

Contributors

Unknown: Helmut Bonheim.

: * Takacs Quartet

Part 2 Beethoven Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2 (Razumovsky) BBC Birmingham

: La famine africaine

On the centenary of the Berlin Conference which divided
Africa into zones of European influence, John Keay presents five documentaries about French West Africa. 4: Waiting for a Text
In French West Africa, political systems range from the apparently successful multiparty ism of Senegal to the tyranny of Guinea, only recently broken by the death of Sekou Toure ; from the Marxism of Benin to the rampant capitalism of the Ivory Coast. John Keay reflects on politics past and present in French West Africa. Contributors include
Leopold Senghor , Boubacar Barry Marcien Towa and Cheikh Anta Diop. Producer DAVID PERRY

Contributors

Unknown: John Keay
Unknown: Sekou Toure
Unknown: John Keay
Unknown: Leopold Senghor
Unknown: Boubacar Barry
Unknown: Marcien Towa
Unknown: Cheikh Anta Diop.
Producer: David Perry

: Frank Bridge

Piano Sonata WOLFGANG MANZ BBC Birmingham

: Schumann

Symphony No 4, in D minor BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by GÜNTER WAND

: William Alwyn

The first of three programmes of his chamber music Six Nocturnes
BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone) DAVID WILLISON (piano) (R)
Fantasy-Sonata (Naiades)
CHRISTOPHER HYDE-SMITH (flute) MARISA ROBLES (harp)
String Quartet No 1, in D minor QUARTET OF LONDON
Carmel Kaine (violin) John Trusler (violin)
Simon Rowland-Jones (viola) Peter Willison (cello) records
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Piano: David Willison
Harp: Marisa Robles
Violin: John Trusler
Viola: Simon Rowland-Jones
Cello: Peter Willison

: News









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