Coleridge-Taylor Rhapsodic dance: The Bamboula BOURNEMOUTH SO/KENNETH ALWYN
7.10* Bax Morning Song (Maytime in Sussex)
MARGARET FINGERHUT (piano) LPO/BRYDEN THOMSON
7.18* Grainger Children's march: Over the Hills and Far Away
SYDNEY SO/JOHN HOPKINS
7.35 Bruch Concerto in E minor for clarinet, viola and orchestra
7.55* Holbrooke The Birds ofRhiannon
8.10* Chopin Concert rondo: Krakowiak
BELLA DAVIDOVICH (piano) LSO/NEVILLE MARRINER Records
Jon Curie looks ahead to some of the highlights of the coming week's broadcasting on Radio 3 - including music, drama and documentary - through conversations with some of the performers and producers involved.
Producer PETER BERG
Introduced by Paul Vaughan Record Review
Building a Library:
Symphony by Roger Nichols.
Bryce Morrison reviews the set of Bartok's music for piano and orchestra by Zoltan Kocsis. Michael Round on recent Villa-Lobos releases.
Record Release Bartok Scherzo
ZOLTAN KOCSIS (piano)
BUDAPEST FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA/
VilIa-Lobos Suite for voice and violin
JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
PETER MANNING (violin)
Rudepoema NELSON FREIRE (piano)
Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 2 in c sharp minor DAVID OISTRAKH MOSCOW PO/KIRIL KONDRASHIN
Myaskovsky Symphony No 22 in B minor
USSR SO/EVGENY SVETLANOV Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
with JAMES CLARK (violin) and SHUNA wilson (cello) Beethoven Quartet in D, Op 18 No 3
Mozart Quartet in c (K 465) (Dissonance)
2.25* Interval Reading
2.30* Brahms Sextet No 1 in B flat, Op 18
(Given on 20 July in the Chartered Accountants' Hall, London, in association with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales as part of the 1987 City of London Festival)
FELICITY LOTT (soprano)
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by RODNEY FRIEND conducted by BERNARD HAITINK Mozart Symphony No 29 in A (K 201)
Ravel Song-cycle: Sheherazade Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka (1911) (R)
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Richard Cork (in the Chair) talks with Gilbert Adair , Joan Bakewell and Sheridan Morley. This week's subjects:
South Pacific by RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN at the Prince of Wales Theatre, London;
Constructivism in Art and Design at the Crafts Council Gallery;
Romantic Affinities: Portraits from an Age, 1 780-1830, by RUPERT CHRISTIANSEN ; the Channel 4 series
The Modern World: Ten Great Writers;
STEPHEN FREARS 'S film
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
led by BRADLEY CRESWICK conducted by EVGENY SVETLANOV PHILHARMONIA CHORUS
ALFREDA HODGSON (contralto) direct from the Royal Festival Hall. London Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 1 in G minor (Winter Daydreams)
The collaboration between Eisenstein and Prokofiev in the making of the 1938 film Alexander Nevsky was a landmark in the history of the cinema. Some years later Eisenstein recalled the experience.
Written and produced by ARTHUR JOHNSON (R)
8.45* Prokofiev Cantata: Alexander Nevsky
Horn player/Sound engineer:
Charles Fox introduces a series of recordings made in the Shaw Theatre during the 1987 Festival. 2: Gavin Bryarsand Ornette Coleman
The American bass player
CHARLIE HADEN and the ALEXANDER BALANESCU STRING QUARTET are joined by a group led by GAVIN BRYARS (double-bass/piano) Gavin Bryars
Sub Rosa Charlie Haden Improvisations, for solo bass
Ornette Coleman Poets and Writers; The Sacred Mind of Johnny Dolphin
11.05* Charles Fox talks to
Gavin Bryars about his music and the influence of jazz.
11.15* Gavin Bryars My First Homage; By the Vaar
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