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A French Edition Dukas Overture:
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by DAVID ZINMAN
8.20" Alkan Fantasy In o. Op 41 No 2
PIERRE REACH (piano)
8.25* Poulenc Bucolique; Pastourelle; Matelote provençale: puilharmonia orchestra, conducted by GEORGES PRfcTRE
8.32* Faur6 Après un rêve: Aurore; Clair de lune: ian PARTRIDGE (tenor) JENNIFER PARTRIDGE (piano)
8.40* Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No 1, in A minor. Op 20: kyung-wha CHUNG, MONTREAL SYMPHONY orchestra, conducted by CHARLES DUTOIT : records
Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:
Mozart's String Quartet in c (K 465) (Dissonance), by JOHN WARRACK
JOHN BORWICK on LP transfers from 78s.
New orchestral records reviewed by ANDREW KEENER
Producer ARTHUR johnson
Dellus English Rhapsody: Brigg Fair: halle orchestra, conducted by VERNON HANDLEY
Shostakovich Symphony No 13: JOHN SHIRLEY-QUIRK (baritone). BAVARIAN RADIO MALE CHORUS AND SYMPHONY orchestra, conducted by kyril KONDRASHIN : records
LOCKE BRASS CONSORT conductor JAMES STOBART Wilfred Josephs Consort Music Tchaikovsky, arr Stobart
March (Symphony No 6) (Pathéliquc)
Francois Glorieux Viva Kenton (first broadcast performance)
Fifth in a series of studio performances
.of the mature quartets directfrom the Concert
Hall, Broadcasting House. London
Lindsay String Quartet Peter Cropper
Ronald Birks (violins) Roger Bigley (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello)
Quartet in A major, Op 20 No 6
Quartet in F major. Op 74 No 2
Presented by Lionel Salter
The art of elegant playing at the keyboard: CHRISTOPHER KITE reviews a newly-published anthology of early keyboard methods.
Chansonnicr Cordiforme: DAVID FALLOWS introduces the first of an eight-part series broadcasting the complete contents of this remarkable manuscript, recorded by THE CONSORT OF MUSICKE
Anon HoraRridar olmè Ben lo sa
Dlo Dufay Dona gentile
Bedyngham Zentil madona Anon Oilara fontana; 0 pelegrinaluce
Dunstable U rosa be!la Producer CHRIS SAYERS
Kurt Schwertsik Transylvanian Symphony for strings. Op is (Drakulas Haus- und Hofmusik) - Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin
Pfitzner Ballad: Herr Oluf, Op 12; An die Mark, Op 15 No 3 - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Wolfgang Swallisch
Mozart Piano Concerto No 20 in D minor (K 466) - Walter Klien, Minnesota Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin
Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Rafael Kubelix
Mahler Symphony No 1. In D: Minnesota Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin
(Recordings made available by courtesy of Minnesota Public Radio)
Presented by Itoger Nichols Including Arabesque No 2 (WALTER GlKSEKINlj)
Fantaisie (first movement: JEAN-RODOLPHE KARS, LONDON SYMPHONY orchestra, conducted by SIR ALEXANDER GIBSON ) Fetes galantes, set 1
(MAGGIE TEYTE, ALFRED CORTOT )
Scherzo (String Quartet) (CALVET Ql'ARTET): records Voice of Debussy
Presenter Peter Clayton
Owen Dudley Edwards
(in the Chair) talks with Nigel Andrews
Anthony Curtis and Hilary Spurling.
This week's subjects:
Tony Richardson 's film The Border.
Six Modern Indian Painters at the Tate Gallery.
The Prince of Homburg by Heinrich von Kleist at the National Theatre. George Jefferson 's biography of Edward Garnett.
The five-part BBC2 serial of Wilkie Collins ' The Woman in White
Producer philip FRENCH
Sonata in E flat, Op Sla (Les Adieux) Fur Elise jorg demus playing on Beethoven's own
Broadwood piano: record
To celebrate the orchestra's 100th year, their chief conductor. Herbert von Karajan. directs a performance of Mahler's Symphony No 9, direct from the orchestra's home, the Philharmonic Berlin.
Reared in the European musical tradition. Barber remains a solitary figure among American composers: an unashamed romantic who incurred the wrath of some critics, yet whose music has found immediate appeal with audiences.
Peter Dickinson traces the life and career of a composer accustomed to success. but ill-equipped for failure and eventual disillusionment.
Contributions from VIRGIL THOMSON , H. WILEY
HITCHCOCK, GIAN CARLO MENOTTI. HANS
IIEINSlIElMER, LEONTYNE PRICE, JOHN BROWNING , AARON COPLAND ,
WILLIAM SCHUMAN. CHARLES TURNER Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
in the Merchant Taylors' Hall, London
(organ and harpsichord) Avlson Concerto Grosso No 9 in C Major
John Stanley Voluntary in A major. Op 7 No 9
Maurice Greene Voluntary in E minor
James Nares Voluntary in A major
Handel Organ Concerto in B flat, Op 4 No 2
The glistening theatre swarms with eyes, and hands, and eyes.
On green-clothed tables ranks of instruments transmit a sterile gleam.
The masks are on, and no unnecessary smile betrays
A certain tension, true concomitant of calm.
Anthony Thwalte introduces a selection of poems which take doctors and nurses as their theme. Readers FRANCES HOROVITZ and GARY WATSON
Producer FRASER STEEL
Carl Stamitz Quartet in E flat. Op 8 No 2
Danzl Quintet in B flat. Op 56 No 1: RESIDENZ
QUINTET OF MUNICII: records
Ce moys de may lies et Joyeux; Je ne suy plus lei que souloye;
La dolce uista: medieval ENSEMBLE OF LONDON directed by PETER DAVIES: AND timothy DAVIES: record