Gretry Flute Concerto in c ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS,directed by NEVILLE MARRINER
Gossec Symphonie Concertante du ballet de Mirza: LILY LASKINE and ODETTE LE DENTU (harps) JEAN-FRANCOIS PAILLARD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Mozart Concerto No 10, in E flat, for two pianos and orchestra (K 365): GABY AND ROBERT CASADESUS
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA conducted by EUGENE ORMANDY : records
Bach Cantata: Erschallet, ihr Lieder (bwv 172)
SOLOISTS, FRANKFURTER KANTOREI, STUTTGART BACH COLLEGIUM, conducted by BELMUTH RILLING
9.22* Beethoven Romance No 1, in G, Op 40
ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin) NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
9.29* Arensky Piano Trio in D minor, Op 32
JASCHA HEIFETZ , GREGOR PIATIGORSKY, LEONARD PENNARIO
9.55* Wagner Elisabeth 's Prayer (Tannhauser)
(mono): KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD (SOP), PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA
10.0* Respighi Three Botticelli Pictures
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, conducted by Neville Marriner
Introduced by Michael Oliver
The True Treasure and Masterpiece of Music: the work of Johannes Ockeghem by Basil Lam.
Approaching New Roles: a conversation with Isobel Buchanan.
Thoughts on Writing Opera in 1979: by Edward Cowie.
conducted by HUBERT SOUDANT
GYORGY PAUK (violin) Part 1 Prokofiev
Violin Concerto No 1
Derek Robinson says it's possible to score without injuring your opponent.
Franck Symphony in D minor
(SDR Stuttgart recording)
Music for flute and piano JAMES GALWAY and PHILIP MOLL in the Leith Theatre, Edinburgh, during the 1978 Edinburgh International Festival.
Sonatina in A minor, Op 13; Sonata (1978)
6: Mixed Voice Choirs (2) REDHILL MADRIGAL SINGERS BANGOR PARISH CHURCH CHOIR, EX CATHEDRA CWMBRAN BAROQUE SINGERS
CHAPTER HOUSE CHOIR
Adjudicators DR EDGAR BOUCHER, NOEL cox and GARETH WALTERS
Bernard Keeffe introduces. summarises the adjudicators' remarks and announces the Class winners.
with Antony Hopkins
(Rptd: tomorrow 9.45 am)
Fairytale opera in three acts. Music by Engelbert Humperdinck
Libretto by ADELHEID WETTE,after the BROTHERS GRIMM
(sung in German: records)
VIENNA BOYS CHOIF.
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR GEORG SOLTI
at Southampton University Mozart Quartet in G (K 387)
Bartok Quartet No 3
4.45- Interval Reading
4.55* Bartok Quartet Part 2 Brahms
Quartet in c minor, Op 51 No I
(A public concert piren in the Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton University, on 23 November 1978) BBC Bristol
MICHAEL ROLL (piano)
Nocturne in F, Op 15 No 1; Nocturne in F sharp, Op 15 No 2; Waltz in G flat, Op 70 No 1; Sonata in B flat minor, Op 35
Pitfalls and Conventions of Constitutional Amendment USA
A Constitutional Convention as a way of bringing about amendment to the United States Constitution that would compel a balanced federal budget, now has the support of 28 States - but still not the necessary two-thirds.
Paul J. Mishkin , Heller Professor of Law at the University of California. Berkeley, argues that the pitfalls outweigh the possible advantages. (Recorded in San Francisco)
Dohnanyi Sextet In c major, Op 37
Miklos Kocsar Capricorn Concerto (written for these performers: first broadcast performance)
ISTVAN MATUZ (solo flute, alto flute, piccolo) conducted by DAVID HELLEWELL
VIENNA OCTET: record
by ANDREY SINYAVSKY adapted for radio by HALLAM TENNYSON from the translation of MAX HAYWARD and KYRIL FITZLYON with Paul Scofleld as Andrey and ERIC ALLAN , SEAN BARRETT, TIMOTHY BATESON , TIM BENTINCK , MALCOLM HAYES , JOHN HOLLIS , STEFAN KALIPHA , HAROLD KASKET , HILDA KRISEMAN ,GEOFFREY MATTHEWS , DANNY SCHILLER , PHILIP SULLY and DAVID SWIFT as the Chorus
Andrey Sinyavsky was sentenced to six years in a Soviet labour camp in 1965. A Voice from the Chorus is compiled from the 4etters he wrote to his wife. Songs composed by STEPHEN OLIVER
JOHN TOMLINSON (singer) ANTHEA GIFFORD (guitar)
TOMMY REILLY (harmonica) Directed by HALLAM TENNYSON
Paul Scofield , speaking light as paper and hard as steel ...y managed to slide, within seconds, from lofty meditation to the ludicrous. (OBSERVER)
Symphony No 2, In c minor (Resurrection)
Margaret Marshall (sop) Jessye Norman (soprano) Philharmonia Chorus
Philharmonia Orchestra leader CARL PINI conductor Lorin Maazel
(A concert given earlier this evening in the Royal Albert Hall, London)
Letters of an Indian Judge to an English Gentle-woman has been reprinted 13 times, broadcast on radio twice and last year went into paperback.
GERTRUDE BARNS, ROSEMARY DE COURCEY, VERNON DON -NISON, ANTHONY GRIBBON , MARY GRIBBON , DEREK PRIESTLEY , BALLAM TENNYSON and JOAN WALDEGRAVE unravel the mystery of its authorship.
Narrator and producer Charles Lewsen
(First broadcast on R4)
JANE MANNING (soprano) YONTY SOLOMON (piano)
Trois poemes: Correspondance: Crépuscule du soir mystique; Pantomime Gulistan
Trois Fêtes Galantes (1926): L'aiee; A la Promenade; Dans la Grotte