Corelll Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 NO 1: ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
7.20* Berlioz Rêverie et Caprice, Op. 8, for violin and orchestra ARTHUR GRUMIAUX
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by EDO DEWAART
7.28* Gluck Chaconne (Paride ed Elena)
STUTTGART CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL MÜNCHINGER
7.38' Weber Concertstuck in F minor, for piano and orchestra CLAUDIO ARRAU
PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ALCEO GALLIERA gramophone records
Beethoven Overture: Coriolan NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT
8.13* Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 2, in D minor JOHN OGDON LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ALDO CECCATO
8.39* Sibelius Scenes historiques BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
including pieces from his First Booke of Madrigalls to Four Voyces (1594)
Hark! jolly shepherds: Now Is the gentle season; The fields abroad
AMBROSIAN SINGERS conducted by DENIS STEVENS
Goe from my window (mono) VALDA AVELING (harpsichord)
Will you buy a fine dog?; Sleep slumb'ring eyes
NIGEL ROGERS (tenor) EUGEN DOMBOIS (lute)
In dew of roses: Besides a fountain: Say. gentle nymphs DELLER CONSORT directed by ALFRED DELLER
played by ARTUR BALSAM (piano)
Mozart Fantasie in c minor (K 475); Variations on Salve tu Domine by Paisiello (K 398)
Haydn Sonata No 43, in A flat Mozart Adagio in B minor (K 540): Allegro in G minor (K 312) Haydn Sonata No 50, in c BBC Birmingham
Nikita Magaloff , the pianist. reminisces.
First of six programmes giving a second opportunity to hear works broadcast for the first time in the BBC Young Composers' Forum series in 1977. Robin Bone Oboe Quintet: Opportunities for Discord
Keith Gifford Tropism for piano John Myhill String Quartet No 3: DELMÉ QUARTET with MICHAEL WINFIELD (oboe) MARTIN JONES (piano)
Seventeenth of 28 programmes devised and introduced by Basil Lam
Movements from settings by De la Rue and Monte and from the earliest surviving polyphonic Requiem, that of Ockeghem.
Timothy Penrose (counter-tenor) Ian Partridge (tenor) Paul Elliot (tenor) Michael Morton (baritone) David Thomas (bass) directed by Basil Lam
led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by ERICH BERGEL TERENCE JUDD (piano) Part 1
Wagner Overture: Tannh&user
12.34* Lisit Totentanz
A weekly news bulletin
(Rptd: Wednesday 8.45 pm)
Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 6, in A
(Given in the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, Cardiff last December before an invited audience) BBC Wales
A recording of the premiere of Gordon Crosse 's dramatic song-cycle based on the writings of Emily BrontB , for actress (Dorothy Tutin ), singer (Mary Thomas ) and ten instruments (Nash Ensemble), conducted by Lionel Friend: preceded by a Peter Maxwell Davies song-cycle: Fiddlers at the Wedding, with text by GEORGE MACKAY BROWN.
(Part of a Nash Ensemble concert given at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, in April
Hilding Rosenberg Symphony No 2 (Sinfonia Grave) STOCKHOLM PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Conducted byHERBERTBLOMSTEDT Harald Saeverud Sinfonia Dolorosa, Op 19
BERGEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by KARSTEN ANDERSEN gramophone records
The first in a series of Bve programmes to include all Rameau's music for solo harpsichord
Suite in A (1706)
5.3* La Livri (Rondeau):' Pieces en Concert (1741)
TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord) gramophone records
The best of present-day jazz on record.
Introduced by Charles Fox
(continued) medium only
Work and Training
6.30 School and Community
Six programmes in which DAVID HAWKSWORTH examines community influences on secondary education.
3: Changing Subjects
7.6 The Prisoners
A series of nine programmes which examines aspects of life in our prisons.
S: The Industrial Prison-Coldingley
Records of the distinguished French cellist introduced by Bernard Keeffe.
The first of two talks by Franco Ferrarretti , Professor of Sociology at the University of Rome.
The influence of the political parties on Italian intellectual life is very strong. Professor Ferrarrotti explains some of the direct and indirect consequences of this characteristic feature of Italian life - and. in particular, the rift between academics and non-academics. (Secand prog: Thurs 8.20 pm)
from the Royal Albert Hall (A recording of tonight's Prom which begins at 7.0 pm) Verdi: Macbeth
An opera in four acts, in an edition prepared by GEORGE BADACSONYI Libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PIAVE
(First broadcast of the original 1847 version)
BBC Singers director JOHN POOLE
BBC Concert Orchestra leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by John Matheson Part 1: Acts 1 and 2
John Osman , the BBC's East Africa correspondent, reflects on some of the political changes he has witnessed in Africa over the past couple of decades.
Part 2: Acts 3 and 4
Grenzen der Menschheit MICHAEL LANGDON (bass)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano)
Des Madchens Klage (first setting): JANET BAKER (mezzo-SOP), GERALD MOORE (piano) (gramophone record: 1970) with at