Couperin Concert Nouveau No 1, in F
Aurele Nicolet, Christiane Nicolet (flutes), Heinz Hollinger (oboe), Manfred Sax (bassoon), Josef Ulsamer (viola di gamba), Christiane Jaccottet (harpsichord)
7.17* Pachelbel Canon in D (arr Munchinger); Gigue in D (arr Seiffert) Ulrich Bremsteller (Organ), Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Karl Munchinger
7.24 Sibelius Night-Ride and Sunrise, Op 55
Suisse Romande Orchestra conducted by Horst Stein
7.39* Schumann Introduction and Allegro appassionato in G, Op 92
Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Rafael Kubelik
8.5 Overture (continued)
Prokofiev Summer Night Suite (The Duenna)
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paavo Berglund
8.26* Rachmaninov, arr Dubensky Vocalise: Anna Moffo (Sop). American Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski
8.33* Barber Violin Concerto, Op 14: Isaac Stern New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein
Martinu (died 28 August 1959)
Double Concerto, for string orchestra, piano and timpani: JAN PANENKA (piano), CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by KAREL SEJNA
9.28* Fantaisies symphoniques (Symphony No 6)
CZECH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. conducted by VACLAV NEUMANN
Bach Concerto in D (bwv 972) (after Vivaldi) Rameau Pieces de clavecin, in E minor: Allemande; Courante: Gigues en rondeaux I and 2; Le rappel des oiseaux: Rigaudons 1 and 2: Musette en rondeau; Tambourin; La villagenise
Bach Toccata in G (Bwv 916)
10.40* Interval Reading
10.45* Trevor Pinnock , Pt 2 Bach Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue (BWV 903)
Rameau Pieces de clavecin, in G major and minor: Les triolets; Les sauvages; L'enharmonique; L'Egyptienne; Pieces de clavecin, in D major and minor: L'entretien des muses; Les cyclopes
(Given as part of the 1978 York Early Music Festival) BBC Manchester
The EDINBURGH QUARTET play Thomas Wilson 's new String Quartet No 4. a work which they commissioned.
by Hector Berlioz
LEEDS FESTIVAL CHORUS chorus-master
SIMON WRICHT. LEEDS PHILHARMONIC CHOIR (men's voices), chorus-master
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by SIR CHARLES MACKERRAS Part 1
A weekly news bulletin of events in the arts abroad. (Repeated. Wed 11.15 pm)
(A public concert given in Leeds Town Hall on 2 June as part of the 1979 Leeds Musical Festival)
The first in a series of four programmes which will include the only complete gramophone recording of Lyapunov's 12 Transcendental Piano Studies.
This week: Studies Nos 1-3 Brahms Trio in A minor REGINALD KELL (clarinet) ANTHONY PINl (Cello)
LOUIS KENTNER I piano)
played on two baroque cellos by Anner Bylsma Suite No 5. in c minor
Suite No 6. in D (played on a five-stringed cello piccolo)
Last of three programmes
The artists this week are Jacques Thibaud (violin) and Alfred Cortot (piano) Ravel Sonatine for piano Franck Violin Sonata in A gramophone records
Charles Fox with records
5.45-5.50 News medium wave and mono only from 5.45
Presented by Jack Brymer Smetana Overture: The Bartered Bride; Franck Symphonic Variations; Stravinsky Suite: Pulcinella
IRIS LOVERIDGE (piano)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
with David Munrow
Splendours of Westminster Abbey's musical life before the Civil War.
Direct from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Jessye Norman (soprano)
Scottish National Orchestra, leader Edwin Paling, conductor Sir Alexander Gibson
Debussy Marche ecossaise
Martin Dalby The Tower of Victory
Berlioz La mort de Cleopatre
The course steered by the Liberal Party of today hears little relation to the guidelines laid down by Gladstone. Have those traditions of efficiency and enterprise now been taken up by the modern Conservative Party? Ian Bradley , author of a forthcoming book, The Optimists - Themes and personalities in Victorian Liberalism, examines the roots of 19th-century Liberal philosophy.
Brahms Symphony No 1, In c minor
(The Scottish National Orchestra's participation has been made possible by support from Gulf Oil Corporation)
A weekly series looking at issues which arise in Journalism, broadcasting and publishing.
Undermining Democracy. Electoral choice rests on a foundation of accessible and trustworthy information about the alternatives available to us. How successfully do the press and television serve as agents of democracy?
In a recent pamphlet, Cause for Concern, the TUC accused the mass media of a sustained attack on trade unions and their members, an attack which ignored principles of honesty and impartiality.
Derek Robinson chairs a discussion between GEORGE CAREY , Editor of BBC2's new news and current affairs programme, News-night, MOSS EVANS , General Secretary of the TGWU. DR MICHAEL TRACEY , author of The Production of Political Television, and ALAN WATKINS , political columnist for The Observer, about the ways in which news presents the world to the electorate.
followed by an interlude
Preludes and Fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier- p sharp major (Book 1)' D sharp minor (Book 2); G major (Book 2); B flat minor (Book 1)
Fantasia in c minor (BWV 906); Fugue in A minor (BWV 947); Partita No 6, in E minor (bwv 830) Artur Balsam (piano)