Boyce Symphony No 5, In D
WÜRTTEMBERG CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JÖRG FAERBER
7.13* Field Piano Concerto No 2, in A flat: RENA KYRIAKOU BERLIN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by c. A. BÜNTE
7.43* Enesco Romanian Rhapsody No 1. in A: LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by ANDRE PREVIN : records
Arne Symphony No 4. in c minor: BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIEITA conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
8.17* Rossini Sonata No 5, in E flat: ACADEMY OF
ST MARTIN-iN-THE-FIELDS directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.33* Poulenc Concerto in c minor, for organ, string orchestra and timpani
MAURICE DURUFLE , FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by GEORGES PRÊTRE : records
Variations for orchestra (Aldous Huxley in memoriam) COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ROBERT CRAFT
Threni: BETHANY BEARDSLEE (sop) BEATRICE KREBBS (contralto)
WILLIAM LEWIS , JAMES WAINNER (tenors), MAC MORGAN (baritone) ROBERT OLIVER (baSS), NEW YORK SCHOLA CANTORUM, COLUMBIA
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by THE COMPOSER: records
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON director DAVID MUNROW
THE FIRES OF LONDON director PETER MAXWELL DAVIES With AVERIL WILLIAMS (flute) MARILYN SANSOM (cello)
Fifteenth-century Flemish music, including works by Obrecht, Ockeghem, Busnois, Compere and Josquin des Prés. Introduced by David Munrow
10.35* Interval Reading
10.45* Concert Part 2
Peter Maxwell Davies Hymn to St Magnus
Introduced by the composer and preceded by the anonymous St Magnus hymn, Nobilis humilis, on which it is based
(Given in the Arts Centre, Christ's Hospital, Horsham. Sussex, in February 1975)
In the third of five programmes J. M. Thomson discusses Haydn's experiments in his early symphonies and the gradual emergence of the flute as a standard member of the orchestral wind section,
(died 1875) A concert given last October to mark the centenary of Bizet's death. JEAN KNIBBS (soprano) PETER HALL (tenor)
THAMES CHAMBER CHOIR chorus-master LOUIS HALSEY
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA, conducted by HANS-HUBERT SCHÖNZELER Part 1
Overture: Patrie, Op 19; Suite: Jeux d'enfants, Op 22; Te Deum
A personal preview by DONALD PRICE of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
Overture In c
L'Arlésienne: Suites Nos 1 and 2
Penelope Feather , an amateur musician and professional studio manager. reflects on the problems created by the moderndifferentiation between amateurism and professionalism.
Fourth of six concerts from the series presented last year in the Raphael Cartoon Court of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
WIELAND KUIJKEN (bass viol) COLIN TILNEY (harpsichord)
Bach Sonata in D (bwv 1028)
Francois Couperin Pieces from Ordre No 5. in a, for harpsichord: Allemande la Logiviere; Courantes; Sarabande la Dangereuse: Gigue; La tendre fanchon (Rondeau): La villers Francois Couperin Suite in « minor (Pieces de violes)
3.15* Preserving the Past: Norman Brommelle, Keeper of Conservation at the V and A, on the problems of restoration and conservation in a national museum.
3.25* Concert Part 2
Louis Couperin Suite in G minor, for harpsichord
Marin Marais Les folies d'Espagne
First of four programmes
In this series of his music It is hoped that some idea of the wide range of his creativity will become apparent. Some of the programmes will include seldom heard works and also feature Reizenstein as performer.
Scherzo in a, Op 21
FRANZ REIZENSTEIN (piano) gramophone record tmono)
4.26* Introductory talk by Margaret Reizenstein
Sonatina for clarinet and piano (1968), Op 48 (two movements only completed) (first performance): THEA KING (clarinet) CLIFFORD BENSON (piano) Sonata, Op 46 gyorgy PAUK (violin) (monoMRpt) Theme, Variations and Fugue for clarinet and string quartet (1932, revised 1960), Op 2 THEA KING (clarinet)
ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET
The many-sided character of the 20th-century trombone as displayed by Ravel. Stravinsky. Kid Ory and Duke Ellington.
Leisure and Recreation
6.30 It's Catching
NICK HUGHES looks to the East and investigates some leisure activities from mini-gardens to music, and from cookery and crafts to kung fu.
7.6 Where It's At
3: The Supreme Sacrifice
JOHN PEEL considers the continuing interest of pop musicians in blues, gospel and soul.
In Westminster Abbey
At the invitation of the Dean and Chapter, Archbishop Basil Hume. on the evening of his Installation as Archbishop of Westminster on 25 March. joined 140 English Benedictine monks in Westminster Abbey to sing in Latin the Vespers for the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The service is introduced by The Very Rev Edward Car penter, Dean of Westminster.
A weekly survey of the world of music including this week Nicholas Kenyon introducing some newly discovered Bach. Introduced by John Amis Producer NATALIE WHEEN
Concerto in G, Op 11 No 4 SALVATORE ACCARDO (Violin) i musici: record
PETER BARKER reads from Nelly Brooke. A Homely Story, by FLORENCE MARRYAT , published in 1868. Miss Marryat stayed in Winchester in 1863, and her novel contains a thinly disguised portrait of the city and of the leading members of the cathedral circle, including S. S. Wesley himself, who appears as ' Dr Nesbitt.'
(S. S. Wesley Centenary Concert live from Winchester Cathedral: tomorrow 7.30 pm)
RALPH KIRSHBAUM (CellO) GERALD ROBBINS (piano)
Shostakovich Sonata. Op 40
Bach Suite No 5, in c minor (BWV 1011)
Two programmes based upon John Bunyan 's autobiographical works, poems and trial. Written and narrated by Ruth Spalding
1: Despair and Discovery
All ether parts RUTH SPALDING and ROGER SNOWDON
Producer TERENCE TILLER
Part 2 Brahms
Sonata No 2. in f, Op 99
(Given before an invited audience at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham) BBC Birmingham