Meyerbeer Coronation March (Le Prophète,
Act 4): LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by RICHARD BONYNCE
7.8* Chopin Nocturne In A flat, Op 32 No 2
PETER KATIN (piano)
7.13* Beethoven Incidental music: The Ruins of Athens, Op 113: ARLEEN AUGER (SOP), KLAUS HIRTC (bar). FRANZ CRASS (bass) RIAS CHAMBER CHOIR BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA, conducted by BERNHARD KLEE
8.5 Prokofiev March, Op 09 MONTE CARLO OPERA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by LOUIS FREUAUX
8.8* Debussy Images,
Series 1: ARTURO BENEDETTI MICHEL ANGELI (piano)
8.23* Britten Prelude and Dances (The Prince of the Pagodas)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by URI SEGAL : records
Though he Is best known for The Barber of Seville, fewer than half of Rossini s operas are comic. These programmes present scenes from five of his serious operas.
Today, part of the first actofTancredi(1813)
With FIORENZA COSSOTTO In the title role, LELLA CUBERLI as Amenalde,
WERNER HOLLWEG as Arglrio, and the COLOGNE RADIO CHORUS and CAPPELLA COLONIENSIS, conducted by CABRIELE FERRO : records
ENDELLION STRING QUARTET Haydn Quartet in D, Op 20 No 4
Mozart Quartet In c (K 465) (Dissonance)
(Concert promoted by the Manchester Midday
Concerts Society and the BBC. with support from Taylor, Young and Partners. Architects)
conducted by JIRI PINKAS Dvorak Legends Nos 1-5 Novak South Bohemian Suite: records.
ANGEL STANKOV. YOSIF RADIONOV JOHN BLAKELY HaYdn Sonata Op 8. No 5 Milhaud Duo for two violins (1945) Benjamin Godard Six Duettini, Op 18
A symphonic drama by Erik Satle JANE MANNING (soprano) with the BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductor BRYDEN THOMSON BBC Wales.
Second of 12 programmes Bach Cantata No 118: 0 Jesu Christ , meins Lebens Licht: MONTEVERDI CHOIR ENGLISH BAROQUE SOLOISTS conducted by JOHN ELIOT GARDINER Buxtehude Prelude and Fugue in D (Bux wv 139) LIONEL ROGG (organ) Bach Komm , Jesu. komm (BWV 229) STOCKHOLM BACH CHOIR VIENNA CONCENTUS MUSICUS conducted by NIKOLAUS HARNONCOURT Buxtehude Trio-Sonata In c minor, Op 2 No 3 (Bux wv 261) BOSTON MUSEUM TRIO Bach Cantata No 27: Wer weiss. wie nahe mir mein Ende: ROTRAUD HANSMANN (sop), KURT EQUILUZ (tenor) MAX VAN EGMOND (bass) MONTEVERDI CHOIR, HAMBURG CONCERTO AMSTERDAM conducted by JURGEN JURGENS : records.
ULSTER ORCHESTRA conducted by HILARY DAVAN-WETTON Weber Overture: Euryanthe Hoist St Paul 's Suite Svendsen Norwegian Rhapsody No I Trevor Roberts Pastorale Dvorak Czech Suite
Chabrier Rhapsody: Espana DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER Strauss Schlagende Herzen; Mein Auge ; Friihlingsfeier: EDDA MOSER (SOP), CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACII (piano) Beethoven String Quartet in c minor. Op 18 No 4 CABRIELI QUARTET Mozart Piano Concerto No 22, in E flat (K 482) ALICIA DE LARROCHA VIENNA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by URI SEGAL Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet: Suite No 2 NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF WASHINGTON conducted by MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH.
with Natalie Wheen Ending with Dvorak's Carnival Overture. Producer GARETH WALTERS
SHEILA LAWRENCE at Bryanston School
William Blytheman Gloria tibi trinitas I and IV (Mulliner Book)
Correa de Arauxo Tres glosas: Quinto tiento
XXIX de medio reglstro de tiple de septimo tono Gibbons Fantasia in four parts
Frescobaldl Canzona prima
Corrette Movements from Gloria
William Styron in conversation with Paul Bailey.
Producer DAVID PERRY
direct from the Royal
Albert Hall. London Colin Carr
Phllharmonla Orchestra leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by Simon Rattle Janacek Prelude: From the House of the Dead Britten Symphony for cello and orchestra
An eight-part series 3: An Airport Mass
On the occasion of the first visit by a Pope to
Britain, A. H. Halsey joins apilgrimagetoCoventry, and reflects on the moods of English Catholicism.
Rachmaninov Symphony No 2, in E minor
Poems by the Czech poet JAROSLAV SEIFERT (b 1901) from the new collection of his work in a translation by EWALO OSERS.
Reader HUGH BURDEN
Producer JOHN TYDEMAN
First of three weekly programmes, each including one of her settings of poetry by GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS. EpylHon (1975)
Three setting of poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins, (19M-70)
CHRISTOPHER VAN KAMPEN (cello), NOELLE BARKER (SOP). ORCHESTRA OF ST JOHN 'S, SMITH SQUARE conductor JOHN LUBBOCK
Introduced by Charles Fox JOHN TAYLOR 'S FOIL