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Last of ten programmes in which Schumann's major piano works have been heard in performances by artists from past and present generations 10: The Piano as Prophet Fantasy Pieces, Op 111 MOURA LYMPANY
Eight pieces from Bunte Blatter , Op 99
Scenes from the Forest, Op 82: WILHELM KEMPFF
Winter Time II (Album for the Young, Op 68) ARTURO BENEDETTI
Series devised and written by PIERS BURTON-PAGE gramophone records
Listeners' record requests Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis : SINFONIA OF LONDON, conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI
9.20* Brahms Cello Sonata in E minor, Op 38
PAUL TORTELIER (Cello) MARIA DE LA PAU (piano)
9.47* Ture Rangstrom Symphony No I (In memoriam August Strindberg)
SWEDISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEIF SEGERSTAU
Introduced by Michael Oliver
SIR PETER PEARS: a conversation on his 70th birthday.
Thgodor Leschetizky: a master and his method, by JEREMY SIEPMANN.
HENRI DUTILLEUX talks about his music. Producer
(Repeated: Wed 2.0 pm)
A concert given in Symphony Hall, Boston conducted by SEIJI OZAWA SHERMAN WALT (bassoon)
Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat (K 191)
Tchaikovsky Ballet: Swan Lake, Acts 2 and 3 (WCRB recording from Boston Symphony Transcription Trust)
(Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty: tomorrow 7.0)
Ninth of 13 programmes in which 29 choirs compete to represent the United Kingdom in the annual International Choral Competition Let the Peoples Sing.
9: School Choirs (1)
SHERBORNE SCHOOL FOR
GIRLS MADRIGAL SOCIETY; LATYMER MADRIGAL GROUP; XING CHARLES I SCHOOL MADRIGAL GROUP; RATHMORE GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHOIR
Adjudicators NOEL cox, GEOFFREY MITCHELL , GARETH WALTERS
Bernard Keeffe introduces the series and summarises the adjudicators' remarks.
Bacewicz Quintet No 1 (1952)
Dvorak Quintet in A major, Op 81
OpeYa-buffe in three acts Music by Jacques Offenbach Libretto by MEILHAC AND HALEVY
(sung in French: records)
TOULOUSE CAPITOLE CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA, conducted by MICHEL PLASSON Act 1
Ernest Bradbury reviews the week's music broadcasting on radio. BBC Manchester
' Mr Monville's House in Paris gave us no Pleasure when we arrived. It seems to be contrived merely for the purposes of disgusting Lewdness - the ornaments are all obscene.'
(MRS THRALE. 1775)
Dr Robin Middleton , Librarian of the Faculty of Architecture and History of Art, Cambridge, considers Allan Braham 's account of architectural design in 18th-century France and argues that a history of buildings should also reflect intellectual attitudes and even social prejudices.
Edward Lucie-Smith explores the work, personality and influence of Paul Klee , born 100 years ago, through the artist's own words and in conversation with the British painter Tom Phillips. with Gary Watson as Klee Other readings by WOLF KAHLER
Radiophonic music by MALCOLM CLARKE. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS followed by an interlude
PIERRE AMOYAL (violin)
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by EDWARD DOWNES
Dvorak Serenade in i Berg Violin Concerto
7.20* Interval Reading
7.34* Concert. Part 2
Glazunov Symphony No 5, in B flat (Given on 24 April in the University) BBC Manchester
by LEONARD BARRAS
Georgina Dutton recounts the story of her father. neo-Hegelian, wild water painter and cat lover. who led the Turkish Baths Attendants during the seething unrest of 1929. Directed by ALFRED BRADLEY BBC Manchester
(tenor) and (piano)
A recital on records to celebrate the 70th birthday of Sir Peter Pears , including several of his early recordings with Benjamin Britten made in the period 1947-50.
Purcell. arr Britten The Queen's Epicedium (mono) Schubert Im Fruhling; Auf der Bruck (mono)
Ireland The land of lost content; The trellis
9.35* Interval Reading
9.45* Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten Part 2
Britten The Holy Sonnets of John Donne (mono) trad, arr Copland Old American Songs, Set 1 (mono)
A dark tale by IVOR CUTLER
CUTLER: Was that you playing the harmonium? Sounded Scottish.
MOLE: Yes. It was me. Do you like the old music? with Ivor Cutler , Glynis Brooks and Malcolm Hayes
Ballet by Elgar
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT gramophone record
Suite No 5, in c: COLIN TILNEY (spinet) (record)
Four-part Fantazia No 5 (composed 22 June 1680) ENGLISH CONSORT OF VIOLS
(Fantazia No 6: tomorrow 11.5 pm)