Last of seven programmes von Dittersdorf Sinfonia Concertante in D for double-bass, viola and orchestra: AMSTERDAM
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by ANCRE RIEU
Haydn A pastoral song; A mermaid's song; 0 tuneful voice: JUDITH NELSON (sop) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (fortepiano)
Symphony No 93 in D
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS : records
Elgar Piano Quintet in A minor Op 84: JOHN OGDON ALLEGRI STRING QUARTET
Gerald Finzi In Terra Pax NORMA BURROWES (soprano) JOHN SHIRLEY QUIRK (bar) RICHARD HICKOX SINGERS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA conducted by RICHARD HICKOX
Daniel Jones Symphony
No 8: BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON : records
with Michael Oliver
A Change of Direction? JIM SAMSON considers stylistic developments in Chopin's late music.
A conversation with the conductor JEFFREY TATE. Dodecaphony with a Human Face: The music of Luigi Dallapiccola, by HUGH WOOD.
Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD
Fourth of 13 programmes DALLAS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by EDUARDO MATA
CARLO CHIARAPPA (violin) Bach Brandenburg
Concerto No 1 in F (BWV 1046)
Berio Corale on Sequenza vin for violin, two horns and strings
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5* Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
(Lambda Productions recording)
RICHARD MCMAHON (piano) Beethoven Variations in F, Op 34
Tippett Sonata No 1
An oratorio by Handel Text by CHARLES JENNENS
DYFED CHOIR chorus-master JOHN DAVIS BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BARRY HASKEY Continuo:
JOHN SENTER (cello)
CELIA HARPER (harpsichord and carillon)
JOHN TOLL (organ)
NIGEL NORTH (theorbo) conducted by ROGER NORRINGTON : Part 1
Recent poetry selected and introduced by John Mole , with poems by r. S. THOMAS , CAL CLOTHIER , LAURENCE LERNER , MICHAEL RIVIERE ,
PATRIC DICKINSON ,
JAMES MICHIE , ANNEMARIE AUSTIN and JEFFREY TURNER.
3.50* Interval Reading
3.55* Saul Part 3
String Quartet in B flat, Op 71 No 1
ALBERNI STRING QUARTET
That is one way in which Lord Rothschild likes to describe the Think Tank of which he was the first Director. It was also supposed to 'think the unthinkable' and 'to rub Ministers' noses in the future'. What did it do?
Peter Hennessy examines the thinking of the Central Policy Review
Staff 1971-83 with some of the people involved. These include, from those inside the Tank,
SIR KENNETH BERRILL , PROFESSOR JOHN ASHWORTH , DR TESSA
HECTOR HAWKINS and DAVID YOUNG and among those outside, LORD HUNT, LORD TREND, SIR
FRANK COOPER ,
DR DAVID OWEN , SIR JOHN HOSKYNS and SIR ALFRED SHERMAN. Producer ANNE WINDER
TERESA CAHILL (soprano)
(mezzo-soprano) JOHN HARLE (saxophone)
LONDON SINFONIETTA conducted by LOTHAR ZAGROSEK Part 1
Dallapiccola Sex Carmina Alcaei; Commiato
"I expected the chap who was selling manure to say: 'We'll give you three bags of manure for your scrap metal.' But I was a little surprised when people in the art world came along and said: 'I see the builders are in!'" Anthony Caro talks with Edward Lucie-Smith about his beginnings as a sculptor and the way his work has developed.
Muldowney Saxophone Concerto (first performance: London
Sinfonietta commission) (Sixth of eight concerts of 20th-century music promoted by the BBC and the London Orchestral Concert Board)
by JOHN MASEFIELD Part 1 in which members of the hunt meet and first sight the fox....
Read by Ronald Pickup Producer ALEC REID BBC Bristol
conducted by Lawrence Foster
Tamas Vasary (piano)
Given earlier this evening at the Royal Festival Hall, London
Bizet Symphony in c
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Michel Toumier is both a critical and popular success in France, though he keeps a conspicuous distance from the latest literary novelties.
Professor Philip Thody , of the University of Leeds, reflects on Toumier's fascination with tales already told and argues that his success stems from his antagonism to French intellectual fashion.
Ravel Mother Goose Suite Roussel Bacchus and Ariadne: Suite No 2