Comprehensive forecast for UK land areas and coastal waters
A series to include all the solo sonatas and some of the songs. arr Badura-Skoda Adagio in c minor (K 546)
Fugue in c minor (K 426)
JORG DEMUS, PAUL BADURA-SKODA (pianos)
8.14* Gesellige Lieder
STEPHANE CAJLLAT VOCAL QUARTET
8.28* Sonata in F, for piano duet (K 497): CHRISTOPH ESCHEN-BACH, JUSTUS FRANTZ : records
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Beethoven Sextet in E flat, for two horns and string quartet, Op 81b: Melos Ensemble, London
9.22* Schumann Frauenliebe und-leben. Op 42 (mono) Lotte Lehmann (soprano) Bruno Walter (piano)
9.43* Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5. in E minor, Op 64
Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell
Introduced by Michael Oliver
The Art that Conceals Art? BernardKeeffequestions whether the ears of both the public and the performer have been affected by 20 years of stereo; and discusses the current trends in recording with producers, artists and recording engineers.
Producer CHRISTINE HARDWICK
Symphony No 4. in E flat (final version): COLUMBIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. conducted by BRUNO WALTER : records
John Fletcher. the playwright (Repeated: Monday 12 noon)
International Choral Competition (2)
Mixed Voice Class: Match 2
Israel: THE KIBBUTZ ARTZI CHOIR Sweden: CAN7VS -KOREN Youth Class: Match 1
Canada (CBC Toronto): ONTARIO YOUTH CHOIR
Holland: VOORBURGS JONGEREN-
Introduced by Bernard Keeffe Producer MICHAEL MOORES
(Let the Peoples Sing is organised by the BBC under the auspices of the EBU)
Third of four programmes
Beethoven Variations on Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu,
Op 121a Haydn Trio In E flat (H xv 30) PETER FRANKL (piano) GYORGY PAUK (violin)
RALPH KIRSHBAUM (cello)
Opera In three acts Music by Carl Maria von Weber Libretto by JOHANN FRIEDRICH KIND (sung in German: records)
Max, a hunter
PETER SCHREIER (tenor)
INGEBORG SPRINGER (mezzo-sop) LEIPZIG RADIO CHORUS
DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by CARLOS KLEIBER
Act 1: Outside a forest tavern.
2.351 John Warrack discusses Weber's revolutionary developments in operatic production.
3.0* Der FrelschUtz Act 2
Sc 1: Kuno's house; Sc 2: The wolf's glen.
3.45* Interval Reading
3.50* Der FrelschUtz Act 3
Sc 1: Agathe's room; Sc 2:' The Prince's shooting range.
F. A. Hayek , the distinguished political economist, philosopher and Nobel prizewinner, author of The Road to Serfdom, is currently working in Salzburg on a major new study of the relations between law and liberty. In conversation with JOHN VAIZEY , Professor Hayek argues that if democracy is to be saved, some limitations must be reimposed on government.
Meditations sur lo mystere do la Sainte Trinity
ALMUT RÖSLLER (organ) from Westminster Cathedral
Misalliance by BERNARD SHAW
A comedy concerning parents and children ... with Produced and directed by JOHN TYDEMAN
leader ELI GOREN conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES
With MANOUG PARIKIAN (Violin)
Alexander Goehr Three Pieces from Arden must die
Hugh Wood Violin Concerto
(Hugh Wood writes about Monday's Prom on page 36)
Tradition and Transition
T. Carmi , the poet and Visiting Fellow at the Oxford Centre for' Post-graduate Hebrew
Studies, who is editing the Penguin Book of Hebrew Verse, 'believes that the writing of his contemporaries can only be seen in focus against the shifting perspectives of their long tradition.
Part 2 Gerhard
Metamorphoses (Symphony No 2), unfinished version (first performance of unfinished, revised last movement)
In this week's survey Derek Jewell introduces the compelling music Of WEATHER REPORT, featuring JOE ZAWINUL and WAYNE SHORTER, from their new album Black Market. There are songs from another recently issued record - Illegal Stills, by the American singer STEPHEN STILLS. Encores from JOE COCKER and CARAVAN.