Schubert Overture and Romanze (Rosamunde)
ILEANA COTRUBAS (soprano) DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by WILLI BOSKOVSKY
7.19* Dvorak Piano Quin tet in A. Op 81
RUDOLF FIRKUSNY (piano)
Walton Coronation March: Orb and Sceptre (1953)
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ÁNDRÉ PREVIN
8.12* Bliss Meltfe Fantasque
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER
8.25* Ireland Piano Concerto: ERIC PARKIN LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT gramophone records
Robin Holmes reads from poets who have loved the English countryside. <Kp()
The Composer Interprets Three Latin American Sketches: NEW PHILHAR-
MONIA ORCHESTRA Violin Sonata with ISAAC STERN (violin) Dance Symphony
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA gramophone records
JUDITH HALL TRIO
Judith Hall (flute)
Haflidi Hallgrimsson (cello)
Stephen Rails (piano)
Haydn Trio in r major (h xv 17)
Weber Trio in G minor Damase Sonate en concert, Op 17
leader MAURICE CAVANAGH conducted bv MAncus DODS Richard Rodney Bennett
Farnham Festival Overture
Milhaud Suite francaise
Honegger Pastorale d' été Malcolm Arnold Serenade BBC Northern Ireland
Palestrina's Motet and Mass 'Tu es Petrus,' interspersed with Petrine motets from Byrd's Gradualia: Tu es Petrus, Hodie Simon Petrus , Tu es pastor ovium, Quodcunque ligaveris.
JOHN HOBAN conducts the CHOIR OF THE BROMPTON ORATORY (Palestrina) and the BBC SINGERS (Byrd).
ORCHESTRA conducted by LEOPOLD HAGER Part 1 Mozart
Symphony No 39, in I flat (K 543)
A personal preview by ROY WILLIAMSON of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
Part 2 Mozart
Davidde penitente (K 469) (his adaptation, with additional arias, of the Kyrie and Gloria from the unfinished c minor Mass) with LUCIA popp (soprano) KATHERINE CIESINSKI (soprano) WERNER HOLLWEG (tenor) VIENNA YOUTH CHOIR
(Austrian Radio recording)
Mayerling Cormac itigby introduces the Liszt music, arranged and orchestrated by John Lanchbery for Kenneth MacMillan 's ballet.
Mayerling is the hunting-lodge where Crown-Prince Rudolf of Austria murdered his young mistress Mary Vetsera and then shot himself.
MARGARET CABLE (mezzo-soprano)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN LANCHBERY
FREDELL LACK (violin)
PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) Leclair Sonata in D
Ysave Sonata No 4, in E minor, for violin
medium ware only
Presented by Jack Brymer Perlemuter plays Chopin A selection of the Mazurkas, and the Barcarolle in f sharp, Op 60
Plus Dvorak's Terzetto, played by MEMBERS OF THE SMETANA QUARTET Series producer
IAN CARSON. BBC Bristol
A cabaret-style entertainment based on Raymond Queneau 's Exercices de style, in which the same simple story undergoes a multitude of transformations, some rather unexpected.
Music by Pierre Philippe performed by YVES ROBERT and his company. LES FRÈRES JACQUES: record
Leeds Town Hall
Victoria Postnikova (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conductor
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky Delius Brigg Fair: an English rhapsody
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2. in A
New poems by JANE BEE-SON, PETER BLAND , ROBERT CRAWFORD , PETER DENT , ROBERT GREACEN , JIM HOWELL , W. PRICE TURNER, WILLIAM SCAMMELL and DAVID SCOTT
Introduced by Roger Garfitt
Producer FRASER STEEL BBC Manchester
Part 2 Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 4, in r minor
In 1905 Albert Einstein committed scientific heresy. He proposed that light could be thought of not as a continuous phenomenon stretching through space but as a collection of particles. Yet even after this suggestion had been finally developed into the Quantum Theory of Light, Einstein could not accept the random nature of it.
' God does not play dice with the Universe,' he said.
John Maddox discusses Einstein's disbelief of the Quantum Theory with Martin Klein , Professor of Physics and the History of Science at Yale University, and Abraham Pais , Professor of Physics at the Rockefeller University.
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
Suite No 2, in c minor Suite No 6, in D major played by KENNETH GILBERT (harpsichord) gramophone records
Chinese music and poetry spanning 2,000 years on themes that have always been contemporary, with music from the Hong Kong Chinese Music Orchestra and poetry read by Robert Trotter
Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
This week, Elizabeth Lloyd-Davies reports on the Britten-Pears School for Advanced Musical Studies. Introduced by Edward Greenfield
Producer NATALIE WHEEN