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Weber Konzertstiick for piano and orchestra, Op 79 PETER ROSEL (piano)
DRESDEN STAATSKAPELLE HERBERT BLOMSTEDT
7.16* Josef Strauss Delirien Waltz
BERLIN PO/HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.35 Telemann Concerto in E minor
MICHAEL SCHNEIDER (recorder) WILBERT HAZELZET (flute) MUSICA ANTIQUA KOLN directed by REINHARD GOEBEL
7.48* Rossini String Sonata No 4 ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN IN THE
8.00* Mozart Thamos, King of Egypt: Entr'acte No 2 RPO THOMAS BEECHAM
Procession of the Nobles (Mlada)
USSR SO YEVGENY SVETLANOV Records
Dresden Staatskapelle Herbert
Presented by Malcolm Ruthven Producer PETER BERG
The first of three programmes which contrast the piano trios written by Mozart and Haydn in 1788. Haydn Trio in E flat (H xv 11) Mozart Trio in c (K 548)
The second of four weekly sequences of English madrigals Gibbons The Silver Swan
Weelkes Hark , All Ye Lovely Saints
Farnaby Carters, Now Cast Down
Morley Hark !
Alleluia Wilbye Draw On Sweet Night TALLIS SCHOLARS PETER PHILLIPS Record
Introduced by Richard Osborne Record Review
Building a Library:
Beethoven's Cello Sonatas by Lionel Salter.
John Steane reviews recent song discs.
10.40* Record Release
Schubert Die Erwartung (D 159) JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) GRAHAM JOHNSON (piano)
10.55* Barber Hermit songs,
Op 29: ROBERTA ALEXANDER (SOp) TAN CRONE (piano)
11.15* An interview with Bernard Haitink about his current recording projects: Wagner's Ring cycle and Mahler's symphonies.
Mahler Symphony No 1 in D BERLIN PO BERNARD HAITINK
12.29* Britten, orch Colin Matthews Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings NEIL MACKIE (tenor)
BARRY TUCKWELL (hom)
SCOTTISH COSTEUART BEDFORD Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Review ' is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
Robert Hewison chairs a discussion recorded at the Radio Show, Earls Court,
London, with Gillian Reynolds and John Whitney.
Transcriptions, Paraphrases, Reminiscences (7)
Reminiscences of Mozart's
'Don Giovanni ', for two pianos Grand Concert Fantasy on Bellini's 'La Sonnambula', for piano duet, played by KATHRON STURROCK and PIERS LANE (R)
(contralto) died 8 October 1953 A voice of rare beauty; a natural production of tone, a genuine warmth of expression, an intimate understanding of the musical phrase -a personality.
Mahler Ich atmet' einen linden Duft (Rückert Lieder)
With VIENNA PO/BRUNO WALTER Purcell Sound the Trumpet (Come ye Sons of Art) with ISOBEL BAILLIE (soprano) and GERALD MOORE (piano)
Gluck Che puro ciel! (Orfeo ed Euridice)
With NETHERLANDS OPERA
CHARLES BRUCK Mahler Das Lied von der Erde with julius PATZAK (tenor)
VIENNA PO/BRUNO WALTER. Records
LYNN HARRELL (cello) BRUNO CANINO (piano)
Bach Suite No 2 in D minor (BWV 1008)
Shostakovich Sonata in D minor. Op 40
4.15* A reading from Another
Part of the Wood, volume one of KENNETH CLARK 'S autobiography
4.20* Brahms Sonata in E minor. Op 38
(Given on 5 June in Christ Church. Julian Road , Bath, in association with Bath Compact Discs) BBC Bristol
Introduced by Peter Clayton and Charles Fox
Richard Cork (in the Chair) talks with Nigel Andrews , John Peter and Hilary Spurling.
A Vote for Hitler, a 'drama with witnesses' by Paul Bryers on Channel 4; Barry Levinson 's film Good Morning Vietnam; video works by Nam June Paik at the Hayward Gallery,
London; The Satanic Verses, a novel by Salman Rushdie ; David Hare 's play The Secret Rapture, at the National Theatre, London.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
The first of four programmes performed by the violinist LYDIA MORDKOVICH and the pianist CLIFFORD BENSON
Grieg Sonata No 1 in f, Op 8
Nielsen Sonata No 1 in A, Op 9 BBC Pebble Mill
by ELON SALMON. Read by John Franklyn-Robbins
The first instalment of Covent Garden's new Ring cycle, produced by YURI LYUBIMOV , live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London.
Before Wagner's opera the conductor Bernard Haitink and the designer of this new production. Paul Hernon , talk with Donald Macleod. soprano (mezzo-soprano) (mezzo-soprano)
(bass) (mezzo-soprano) (soprano) (bass-baritone) (tenor) (contralto) (tenor)
ORCHESTRA OF ROYAL OPERA HOUSE. COVENTGARDEN led by HUGH MAGUIRE conducted by BERNARD HAITINK (Presented in association with British Steel)
Gods: Wotan, their leader:
Fricka, his wife:
Freia, goddess of love and youth:
Donner the thunder-god:
Froh, his brother:
Erda, the earth-goddess:
Loge, demi-god of fire:
Giants: Fasolt (bass):
who plays soprano and baritone saxophones and bass clarinet, has been a dominating figure in European jazz for the last 20 years.
In the first part of this concert, recorded earlier this evening at the Radio Show, Earls Court, Surman is accompanied by CHRIS LAURENCE (bass) and JOHN MARSHALL (drums).
The trio is then joined by three trumpets and four trombones to make up the BRASS project. which is conducted by JOHN WARREN. They play a group of compositions by both Surman and Warren.
The concert is introduced by Charles Fox who talks to John Surman during the interval.
Karwoche BENJAMIN LUXON (baritone)
DAVID WILLISON (piano) Records