Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
8.11* Scbubert Ballet Music No 2; Entr'acte No 2 (Rosa munde ) conducted by BERNARD HAITINK
8.21* Viotti Violin Concerto NO 22: ARTHUR GRUMIAUX conducted by EDO DE WAART
8.50* Mendelssohn Scherzo: Fairies' March (A Midsummer Night's Dream) conducted by BERNARD HAITINK gramophone records
Introduced by JOHN LADE
Building a Library: Wagner's The Flying Dutchman, by ALAN BLYTH ; Recent chamber music: BAYAN NORTHCORT ; Recent choral records: STEPHEN DODGSON
Mozart String Quartet In F (K 158): QUARTETTO ITALIANO
10.31* Byrd Mass in three parts PRO CANTIONE ANTIQUA OF LONDON conducted by BRUNO TURNER gramophone records
direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London
Introduced by TREVOR HARVEY ISAAC STERN (violin)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN GEORGIADIS conducted by TREVOR HARVEY and JOHN PRITCHARD Berlioz Overture: Le carnaval romain
Malcolm Williamson Ode to Music (Libretto by URSULA VAUGHAN WILLIAMS. Commissioned for this occasion: first performance)
Brnch Violin Concerto No 1
(conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD ) Debussy Fetes (Nocturnes)
Mozart Rondo in c, for violin and orchestra (K 373)
(conducted by JOHN PRITCHARD ) Chabrler Rhapsody: Espana
Fifty years ago Sir Robert and Lady Mayer launched Orchestral Concerts for Young People in Schools - a pioneer venture which has grown into an important national movement. This morning's young audience joins in singing Ode to Music, which schools have commissioned as a gift to the founders of the concerts.
(Radio Times People: page 4)
Part 1 Chopin
Sonata in b minor
A weekly survey of the more hopeful trends in the world's news.
Compiled and introduced by Peter Watson
Chopin Mazurkas: c sharp minor, Op 6 No 2: c major, Op 24 No 2; A fiat major. Op 50 No 2: c sharp minor, Op 50 No 3; Nocturne in F sharp major, Op 15 No 2
Beethoven Sonata in E major, Op 109
(Part of a concert given at the Mid-Herts College of Further Education by the Welwyn Garden Music Club in Nov 1971)
Lord Mancroft, Chairman of the Tote Board and Joint Chairman of the Fanfare for Europe Committee, presents a personal choice of gramophone records, which recall his days at Winchester, wartime and the people he has met.
He includes music by Beethoven, Brahms. Schubert and Dyson, with performances by DAVID OISTRAKH , PABLO CASALS and ISOBEL BAILLIE
A programme of Viennese music by Johann and Eduard Strauss , Ziehrer and Lehar played by the JOHANN STRAUSS ORCHESTRA conducted by EDUARD STRAUSS WALTER GOLDSCHMIDT and MAX SCHONHERR
(Austrian Radio recording)
Today, songs and duets performed by Sheila Armstrong (soprano) Gerald English (tenor) and John Constable (piano)
Beethoven Four Ariettas and a Duet. Op 82
Schubert Im Fruhling; Der Jiingling und der Tod; Nacht und Traume; Lachen und Weinen; Liebhaber in alien Gestalten
Schumann Duets: Ich denke dein: Liebhabers Standchen ; Familiengemalde; Tanzlied; Wiegenlied; Die tausend Griisse die wir Dir senden direct from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London
(John Constable broadcasts by permission of Covent Garden)
Introduced by PETER CLAYTON
A weekly survey of the world of music by the artists and personaUties who create it.
Today: A Plain Man's Guide to the Organ, with Gillian Weir at the organ of the Royal Festival Hall
Introduced by John Amis Producer DENYS GUEROULT
JOHN ARDACH looks at what Is or is not happening in the arts - today in France. followed by an interlude
A lyric tragedy in five acts
Words by LE CLERC de LA BRUÈRE Music by Rameau (sung in French)
Dardanus, mortal son of Jupiter, falls in love with Iphise, the daughter of his enemy. Teucer. He saves the life of his rival Antgnor and is rewarded with the hand of the woman he loves.
MONTEVERDI CHOIR Continue:
NICHOLAS KRAEMER (harpsichord) MARILYN SAMSON (cello) MONTEVERDI ORCHESTRA leader SYLVIA CLEAVER conductor JOHN ELIOT GARDINER direct from the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, in association with the Monteverdi Choir Acts 1 and 2 8.0* Rameau and the Lyric Stage: talk by ARTHUR HUTCHINGS
8.15* Dardanus, Act 3
and a Poetry of Conventions
BASIL TAYLOR talks about the art of this 17th-century Dutch landscape painter, and in particular about his ' River Landscape with Horseman and Peasants ' from the Bute collection. The National Gallery in London is currently holding a small special exhibition of Cuyp's paintings.
Acts 4 and 5
JOHN MCCABE discusses Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony as recorded by Ansermet, Bernstein, Karajan, Koussevitzky, Leinsdorf, Ormandy, Rodzinski, Sargent, Szell and others.
Derek Jewell examines the best from today's popular music
This week's programme includes a complete performance of Close to the Edge by Yes gramophone records