Boyce Overture to the New Year's Ode (1772)
Stanley Concerto in A minor, Op 2 No 5
Handel Coronation Anthem: The King shall rejoice Arne Sonata No 3, in G
J. C. Bach Symphony in D, for double orchestra. Op 18 No 3 gramophone records
Edited and introduced by John Lade.
Building a Library: Ravel's String Quartet, by Robert Henderson
Recent orchestral and choral records: Trevor Harvey
Copland Clarinet Concerto
10.34* Vaughan Williams Cantata: Dona nobis pacem gramophone records
Records introduced by Graham Treacher.
Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2
Mussorgsky Song-cycle: The Nursery
Prokofiev Scythian Suite
Sylvia Rosenberg (Violin)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jorge Mester Part 1
Hindemith Symphonic Metamorphosis of themes by Carl Maria von Weber
12.36* Stravinsky Violin Concerto in D
Introduced by Kevin Ruane.
(Repeated tonight at 7.50)
Beethoven Symphony No 6, in F (Pastoral)
The actress Claire Bloom reflects on her active life and recalls with pleasure Mabel Mercer and Paul Robeson. Music is a very necessary ingredient - whether it is a Mozart opera, one of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos or Romeo and Juliet by Prokofiev. She finds it relaxing, uplifting and refreshing. Records
BBC Northern Ireland Orchestra conducted by Marcus Dods
Music by FaurÃ©, David Wooldridge, Butterworth, Brahms, Elgar and Hamish MacCunn.
Fernando de Lucia (1860-1925) JERROLD NORTHROP MOORE talks With MICHAEL HEN STOCK about the Italian tenor and his records.
Introduced by Peter Clayton.
Introduced by John Amis Including this week
ADELE LEIGH , MALCOLM ARNOLD and GVÔRGY LlGETI
Csaba Erdelyi (viola)
BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra, leader Barry Griffiths conductor Raymond Leppard
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3, in G major, for string orchestra
6.55* Walton Viola Concerto
7.21* Mozart Symphony No 40, in G minor (K 550)
(Broadcast at 1.5pm)
The 20s were a decade of great operatic activity in Germany, and a trio of young composers -Hindemith, Weill and Krenekwere among the finest talents at work. In this series of three programmes ELAINE PADMORE introduces gramophone recordings of outstanding operas by each composer. This week: The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
An opera in three acts by Kurt Weill
Text by BERTOLT BRECHT (sung in German)
Six girls of Mahagonny and the men of Mahagonny
NORTH GERMAN RADIO CHORUS
ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS conducted by WILHELM BRUCKNER RUGGEBERG Act 1
Reflections on current affairs.
Esmond Wright. Director of the Institute of United States Studies, University of London, gives the first of four fortnightly talks.
(Second talk: 25 May)
(Next Saturday: extracts from Krenek's Jonny spielt auf)
First of two programmes in which Colin Tilney (harpsichord) introduces and plays 17th- and 18th-century pieces by Bach, Frescobaldi, Bohm, Johann Fischer, Purcell and Handel.
(Next Saturday: keyboard works by French composers)