Francaix Serenade: BEA PASQUIER SEXTET
8.20* Mozart Sonata in D (K 448)
JEAN WIENER , CLEMENT DOUCET (two plenos)
8.31* Norman Demuth Divertissement
QUATUOR INSTRUMENTAL DE PARIS
8.44* A group of encores from the time of Les Six played by wiener and DOUCET
Introduced by Paul Vaughan
Building a Library:
Dvorak's Serenade in E for strings, by EDWARD GREENFIELD ;
New chamber and instrumental records reviewed by Christopher HEADINGTON.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Bridge String Sextet
HANSON STRING QUARTET with STEPHEN TEES (VlOla) LIONEL HANDY (Cello) Schubert. realised Newbould
Symphony No 7. in E BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by GABRIEL CMEURA gramophone records
COLIN BRADBURY (clarinet) OLIVER DAVIES (piano)
Karg-Elert Sonata in a major, Op 139b
Weber Variations for clarinet and piano, Op 33
Quartet in D, Op 20 No 4 Quartet in r minor, Op 55 No 2 direct from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House
Delme String Quartet: Gatina Solodchln (violin) Jeremy Painter (violin) John Underwood (viola) Stephen Orton (cello)
Ibert Flute Concerto
JUDITH PEARCE ( flute)
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA leader SIMON STANDAGE conductor RICHARD HICKOX
the 1770s, the years of Sturm-und-Drang and of Gluck's last operas.
Bach's sons are still in the running, Haydn and Mozart are into their stride, Mannheim's glory finally moves elsewhere.
Britain's American colonies win their independence. La Scala, Milan, opens.
2.10* Haydn Piano Sonata No 20, in C minor ANDRAS SCHIFF
3.25* Haydn Opening scene of L'Infedelta Delusa EDITH MATHIS , BARBARA HENDRICKS , ALSO BALDIN CLAES-HAkAN ABNSJO MICHAEL DEVLIN
LAUSANNE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA dfracted by ANTAL DORATI
(Belgian Radio recording)
3.40* Mozart Violin Sonata In t minor (x 304) (mono, 1M4)
NORBERT BRAININ and LAMAR CROWSON
4.0* Gluck Scenes from Acts 1 and 2 of Iphigenie en Tauride
RITA GORR, NICOLAI GIDDA, ERNEST BLANC , LOUIS QUILICO PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA, conducted by GEORGES PRETRE : record
4.25* Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in 9 flat (K 364)
RAINER KUCHL, JOSEF STAAR VIENNA PHILHARMONIC orchestra, conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO
(Austrian Radio recording from this year's Salzburg Festival)
Producer LEO BLACK
Presented by Peter Clayton
Richard Mayne (in the Chair) talks with Bryan Robertson , Claire Tomalln and Alexander Walker. This week's subjects: Bernard Shaw 's Major Barbara at the National Theatre; Etchings and prints by Richard Hamilton at the Waddlngton Gallery.
London, and Hamilton's book Collected Words;
Schindler's Ark, the 1982 Booker McConnell prize-winning novel by Thomas Keneally ;
Samuel Beckett 's III Seen, III
Said performed on Radio 3 by Patrtck Magee last Sunday; and the film Angel, written and directed by Neil Jordan. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
Szymanowski Masques, Op 34
Prokofiev Sonata No 2, In D minor, Op 14
DENNIS LEE (piano)
conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN LYNN HARRELL (cello) Part 1
Arnold Overture: Tam O'Shanter
Elgar Cello Concerto in a minor
Nine talks by Bernard Levin
'The pleasure comes from meeting a writer, dead for centuries, perhaps, and recognising him as a friend. But how do we recognise a friend? By seeing before us an open heart, and by allowing ourselves to enter into it.'
Tippett Birthday Suite for
Prince Charles Britten The Young
Person's Guide to the Orchestra
(Giren on 7 October in the MacRobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling)
by VLADIMIR NABOKOV
1 Meaning? Well, because life is merely that - an Assistant Producer.
Tonight we shall go to the movies. Back to the 30s. and down the 20s, and round the corner to the Old Europe Picture Palace.'
General Fedchenko has disappeared. Has he been kidnapped? Perhaps like the movies it is just an illusion. James Mason reads Nabokov's story of intrigue and passion set amid the feuding factions of emigre white Russians in Paris.
Producer BRIAN BARFIELD
TAVERNER PLAYERS director ANDREW PARROTT EMMA KIRKBY (SOp)
EMILY VAN EVERA (SOp) NEIL JENKINS (tenor) ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP (tenor)
ANDREW KING (tenor)
CHARLES DANIELS (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass)
RICHARD WISTREICII (bass) JOHN HOLLOWAY (violin) ALISON BURY (violin)
FRANCIS BAINES (violone) JAKOB LINDBERG (chitarrone)
(harpsichord, organ) Madrigali guerneri et amorosi (1638): ArdO avvampo. Vago augelletto, Non have
Febo ancora. Hor ch'el ciel e la terra, Altri canti di Marte
in which Ivor Cutler discusses the freedom of the press with Bill Wallis.
Vespers sequence drawn from the Selva morale of 1640: Psalms: Dixit Dominus. Confitebor tibi, Beatus vir. Laudate pueri
Hymn: Exsultet coelum laudibus (to the music of Deus tuorum militum) Magnificat
(Given on 17 November at the Wigmore Hall, London, at this year's Early
Music Centre Festival)