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Rimsky-Korsakov Variations on a theme by Glinka EVGENY LYAKNOVITSKY (oboe) USSR MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
Glinka Variations on a theme by Mozart OSIAN ELLIS (harp)
Tchaikovsky Theme and Variations (Suite No 4: Mozartiana) Stravinsky Divertimento: The Fairy's Kiss
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST ANSERMET gramophone records
Mahler Symphony No 1. in B BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by SEIJI OZAWA gramophone record
ANDRÁS SCHIFF plays Papillons (not at all unknown) and duets with PETER FRANKL in some of the Bail-Scenen, Op 109. and in the Bilder aus Osten. Op 66 (not very well known); and PETER FRANKL gives the first broadcast of a set of Studies in the form of free variations on a theme of Beethoven, roughly contemporary with the celebrated Etudes symphoniques but not published until 1976. With various titles, the work went through several drafts and reached the stage of a fair copy: the theme is from the second movement of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony.
ELIZABETH GALE (soprano) KENNETH BOWEN (tenor)
MALCOLM KING (baritone) DYFED CHOIR chorus-master JOHN DAVIES
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by EDWARD DOWNES Part 1 Dvorak
Czech Suite. Op 39
11.33* Te Deum, Op 103
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5' Concert Part 2 Puccini Messa di Gloria
(Given in St David's Cathedral. Dyfed, on 29 July, in association with the Welsh Arts Council as part of the Fishguard Festival 1978) BBC Wales
The Ballad and The Plough
The bothy ballads of Scotland recall the hard life endured by the labourer of the farm touns from the middle of the 19th century until the beginning of the Second World War. There was little time for leisure, but on a Saturday evening workers relaxed at the weekly ' meal and ale '.
David Kerr Cameron recalls this aspect of Scotland's heritage.
CHILINGIRIAN STRING QUARTET JACK BRYMER (clarinet)
Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (The Lark)
Brahms Clarinet Quintet
. BBC Bristol
George Steiner. author, and Professor of English Comparative Literature at Geneva University. says he is someone who lives with and by words, but who needs music perhaps most of all. Among the records he has chosen to include are Solti conducting Mahler, Rogatchewsky singing Wagner. the Amadeus Quartet playing Schubert, part of Couperin's Lecons des Ténèbres and the incomparable Edith Piaf. (First broadcast in 1975)
Haydn Symphony No 91, in a flat major: RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, STUTTGART conducted by ZDENEK MACAL
(South German Radio record-
Wolf Elfenlied : Das verlassene Magdlein; Nimmersatte Liebe; Rat einer
Alten EVELYN LEAR (soprano) RUDOLF JANSEN piano)
(Netherlands Radio recording) Beethoven Symphony No 7. in A major
BERLIN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL BOHM (SFB Berlin recording)
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Evert Sprinchorn. who has translated a number of Stnndberg's works, discusses the way in which music influenced the great Swedish writer. He discusses his musical tastes and the way in which musical forms affected the structure of some of his plays.
(Lunatic and Lover: Monday
Nielsen Little Suite for String* BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIETTA conducted by KENNETH MONTGOMERY
Sibelius Incidental Music: Swanwhite
BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by PAAVO BERGLUND
Berwald Symphony in E flat (18451: ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. conducted by ULF BJORLIN : records
Direct from the Royal Albert Hall
Lois McDonall (soprano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra guest leader Raymond Cohen, conducted by David Atherton
Schumann Overture: Manfred
Iain Hamilton Scena: Cleopatra
Philip Reynolds. Professor of Politics and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lancaster. and author of various studies of International Relations, gives the third of four fortnightly talks.
Part 2 Berlioz
F. A. Hayek , author of The Road to Serfdom and Law, Legislation and Liberty, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economic Science in 1974, reflects on the workings of the market economy in a series of three lectures.
2: Putting a Spanner in the Works
Professor Hayek considers the ethical objections to the market economy, and argues that deeply engrained moral emotions may become a major obstacle to the achievement of a coherent society.
String Quartet In F, Op 96 (American)
AMADEUS QUARTET: record
Beth Chatto. author of The Dry Garden, and owner of a well-known garden in Essex, where she grows a collection of unusual hardy plants, gives the fifth in a series of six monthly talks.
(2 September: Graham Stuart Thomas)
For more than four years Nina Simone. one of modern popular music's most fascinating singers, has not recorded a new album. Now, she has returned with a new setting (provided by producer Creed Taylor) but with her warmth and passion undimmed. Derek Jewell plays five songs from the album. Baltimore, tonight, as well as very varied music by DAVID GATES , THE BOOMTOWN RATS, LARRY ADLER and AURACLE.
Trinklied (Briider, unser Erdenwallen)
NICOLAI GEDDA (tenor)
CHORUS OF THE BAVARIAN STATK OPERA. ERIK WERBA (piano) conducted by WOLFGANG BAUMGART gramophone record