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Granados El fandango de Candii: Quejas a la Maja y el Ruisenor (Goyescas: Book 1) THOMAS RAJNA (piano)
7.19* Albcniz, orch Arbos Iberia SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Ernest Ansermet

Boyce Symphony No 5, in D ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER

8.13* J. C. Bach Quintet in D, Op 11 No 6 MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA CONCENTUS MUSICUS

8.27* Haydn She never told her love; Piercing Eyes (from Six English Canzonettas - 1798) PETER PEARS (tenor) BENJAMIN BRITTEN (piano)

8.32* Pleyel Sinfonia Concertante in B flat ISAAC STERN (violin) PINCHAS ZUKERMAN (Viola) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM

(gramophone records)

Charles Gounod
Au rossignol; Viens! les gazons sont verts
SUZANNE DANCO (soprano) GUIDO AGOSTI (piano)
String Quartet No 2, in A
TONHALLE QUARTET OF ZURICH
Sérénade; Ma belle amie est morte; L'Absent
GERARD SOUZAY (baritone) DALTON BALDWIN (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Gounod
Soprano:
Suzanne Danco
Piano:
Guido Agosti
Baritone:
Gerard Souzay
Piano:
Dalton Baldwin

A programme of early keyboard music played and introduced by Alan Cuckston recorded on the early pianos which form part of the collection of the Bowes Museum. County Durham. They include a 1794 Broadwood grand, a 1794 square piano by Haxby of York, a Stodart Upright grand of 1806 and a cabinet piano of about 1825 by Waite of London. The music includes pieces by C.P.E. Bach. Haydn. Beethoven. Field and Mendelssohn. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Duced By:
Alan Cuckston

by Trevor Hold
PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) JOHN CONSTABLE (piano)
' He was part of my dream, of course - but then I was part of his dream, too '
(LEWIS CARROLL: Through the Looking-Glass).
How?; Directions; Hunted; Logbook: Haunted; Watched; Night; Nightmare: Moonlight; Sunrise; Girl; Churchbells; Who?; Noon; Nothing (first performance)
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time
(T. s. ELIOT: Little Gidding) BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevor Hold
Tenor:
Philip Langridge

leader RONALD THOMAS conductor VOLKER WAGENHEIM JOHN WILLIAMS (oboe) Part 1
Haydn Symphony No 7. in c (Le Midi) attrib Handel Oboe Concerto in E flat
Beethoven Rondino in E Sat, for wind instruments

Contributors

Leader:
Ronald Thomas
Conductor:
Volker Wagenheim
Oboe:
John Williams
Unknown:
Beethoven Rondino

Part 1 Erwartung
Schoenberg's first opera (1909) has only one character, a woman who searches for her lover in a dark wood, and stumbles upon his corpse. JOSEPHINE BARSTOW (soprano) SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST STEIN

Contributors

Soprano:
Josephine Barstow
Conducted By:
Horst Stein

Part 2 Bluebeard's Castle Opera in one act
Words by BELA BALAZS
Music by Bartok (1911)
At his new wife's request Bluebeard opens the seven doors within his Castle, revealing their frightening secrets. Duke Bluebeard DIETRICH FISCHER DIESKAU (bar)
JUDITH BRIGITTE FASSBANDER (mezzo-sop)
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH
(Recordings made available by courtesy of Swiss Radio)

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Brigitte Fassbander
Conducted By:
Wolfgang Sawallisch

Peter Lloyd (flute)
Derek Wickens (oboe) Antony Pay (clarinet) Martin Gatt (bassoon) Barry Tuckwell (horn) with IMOGEN COOPER (piano) Part 1
I.igeti Ten Pieces
Mozart Quintet in E flat for piano and wind (K 452)

Contributors

Flute:
Peter Lloyd
Oboe:
Derek Wickens
Horn:
Barry Tuckwell
Piano:
Imogen Cooper

WOMEN'S VOICES OF THE BBC SINGERS conducted by KERRY WOODWARD CHRISTOPHER BOWERS-BROADBENT (organ and harmonium)
Durufle Prelude on the Introit for Epiphany
Berlioz Tantum Ergo
SARAH LEONARD (soprano) SUSAN VARLEY (soprano)
PATRICIA SOWDEN-PRICE (contralto) Berlioz Veni Creator
Durufle Prelude. Adagio and Choral Variations on Veni Creator; Tota pulchra es; Scherzo. Op 2
Fauré Ave verum; Messe Basse ELIZABETH BOOTH (soprano)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Kerry Woodward
Conducted By:
Christopher Bowers-Broadbent
Soprano:
Sarah Leonard
Soprano:
Susan Varley
Unknown:
Messe Basse

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The Wider World
6.30 Speculations
4: Paranormal Powers
Difficult either to prove or to ignore; do paranormal phenomena point towards a new understanding of human consciousness?
Discussed by COLIN WILSON and DR CHRIS EVANS
Introduced by PAT WILLIAMS
Series producer MICHAEL TOTTON
7.0 Industrial Democracy
Presented by GEOFFREY STUTTARD 6: As Others Do
The political pressure of EEC social policy, and the development of formal industrial relations systems in Europe and beyond, have tempted some British architects of industrial democracy to look abroad for inspiration. Is there any to be found?

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Wilson
Unknown:
Dr Chris Evans
Introduced By:
Pat Williams
Producer:
Michael Totton
Presented By:
Geoffrey Stuttard

Angela Malsbury (clarinet) Philip Fowke (piano)
Jane Manning (soprano) John Elwes (tenor)
Boys of Liverpool Cathedral Choir choir-director RONALD WOAN
Liverpool Philharmonic Choir chorus-master EDMUND WALTERS Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra leader ALAN TRAVERSE conducted by Meredith Davies direct from Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool Part 1
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on the Old 104th, for piano, chorus and orchestra
Gerald Finzi Concerto for clarinet and string orchestra

Contributors

Clarinet:
Angela Malsbury
Piano:
Philip Fowke
Soprano:
Jane Manning
Tenor:
John Elwes
Leader:
Alan Traverse
Conducted By:
Meredith Davies
Unknown:
Gerald Finzi

Dr R. J. Crampton , Lecturer in History in the University of Kent, marks the 100th anniversary of Bulgaria's liberation from the Turks and the creation of an independent Bulgarian state under the Treaty of Bulgaria. He considers Bulgaria's history since 1878, and Britain's changing attitudes to the country and its present relations with the Soviet Union.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr R. J. Crampton

Second of six programmes of chamber music by members of the family, including all the flute music by J.S. Bach.

C.P.E. Bach Sonata in G major, for flute and continuo (Wq 85)
J.S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in F minor ('48' Book 2); Sonata in B minor, for flute and harpsichord (awv 1030)

James Galway (flute), Colin Tilney (harpsichord)

Contributors

Flautist:
James Galway
Harpsichordist:
Colin Tilney

Will You Accept the Call? by JONATHAN RABAN
A monologue with slight Interruption, inspired by phone-in programmes with Donald Pleasence as Bernard Voyce
'If Voyce happens to be out of season, persona non et cetera, as far as you personally are concerned, that is, of course, entirely your affair. Robin, also a busy man, would lend an ear, but you ... no. " Sorry, Voyce, some other time, old boy." All right. Message received and understood. I apologise for troubling you. Should never have got on the blower to you at all.'
Foreign caller NEVILLE JASON Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Raban
Unknown:
Donald Pleasence
Unknown:
Bernard Voyce
Unknown:
Neville Jason
Directed By:
Richard Wortley

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