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Brahms Rhapsody in G minor, Op 79 No 2
STEPHEN BISHOP-KOVACEVICH (piano)
Schubert Konzertstuck for violin and orchestra
BOURNEMOUTH SINFONIETTA
Director RONALD THOMAS (violin) Liszt 0 Lieb', so lang du lieben kannst! MARGARET PRICE (sop) JAMES LOCKHART (piano)
Khachaturian Ballet Suite:
Gayaneh: VIENNA PO/THE COMPOSER records

Contributors

Unknown:
Brahms Rhapsody
Piano:
Schubert Konzertstuck
Violin:
Ronald Thomas

with Paul Vaughan Building a Library:
Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony (Pathetique) by GEOFFREY NORRIS ; Beethoven's complete Violin Sonatas: a new collection reviewed by ROBERT HENDERSON ; Choral records reviewed by GORDON REYNOLDS. Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS Editor ARTHUR JOHNSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Geoffrey Norris
Reviewed By:
Robert Henderson
Reviewed By:
Gordon Reynolds.
Producer:
Anthony Cheevers
Editor:
Arthur Johnson

Mozart Mass in c (Coronation) (K 317) MARGARET MARSHALL (SOp) ANN MURRAY (contralto)
ROGERS COVEY-CRUMP (tenor)
DAVID WILSON-JOHNSON (baritone)
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE. CAMBRIDGE. ECO/CLEOBURY Franck Choral No 1 in E PETER HURFORD (organ)
Geoffrey Burgon Magnificat and Nunc dimittis. CHORISTERS
OF CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL JEREMY SUTER (organ) conducted by ALAN THURLOW
Beethoven Violin Sonata in c minor. Op 30 No 2
ERICH GRUENBERG (violin)
DAVID wilde (piano): records

Contributors

Unknown:
Mozart Mass
Unknown:
Margaret Marshall
Contralto:
Ann Murray
Unknown:
Peter Hurford
Unknown:
Geoffrey Burgon Magnificat
Unknown:
Jeremy Suter
Conducted By:
Alan Thurlow
Conducted By:
Beethoven Violin Sonata
Violin:
Erich Gruenberg

conducted by VLADIMIR SPIVAKOV VLADIMIR KRAINEV (piano)
VLADIMIR KAFELNIKOV (trumpet) MAKVALA KASRASHVILI (soprano) Mozart Divertimento in D
(K 136): Shostakovich Concerto for piano, trumpet and strings
12.15* Interval Reading
12.20* Respighi II Tramonto Rossini La danza: Tarantella napolitana (Soirees musicales); Sonata for Strings No 3 in c

Contributors

Conducted By:
Vladimir Spivakov
Piano:
Vladimir Krainev
Piano:
Vladimir Kafelnikov
Soprano:
Makvala Kasrashvili
Soprano:
Mozart Divertimento

Fourth of five piano recitals
Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme of Chopin, Op 22
Chopin Nocturne in D flat major, Op 27 No 2; Ballade No 3 in A flat, Op 47
(Given in the Bishopsgate Hall during the 1984 City of London Festival. In association with the M & G Group)

I Lombardi alia prima crociata
Opera in four acts
Libretto by TEMISTOCLE SOLERA (sung in Italian): records
Verdi's fourth opera (1843) is an epic in the grandiose tradition of Meyerbeer. Its subject is the intrigues and loves of a medieval noble family of Lombards and the part they played in the first Crusade.
Sons of Folco, Lord of R6:
AMBROSIAN SINGERS. RPO/GARDELU The action takes place during the years 1095 and 1097 Acts 1 and 2 ('Jerusalem',Verdi'sreworkingof this opera for Paris: Tuesday 7.0 pm)
3.15* Julian Budden on / Lombardi
3.20* Acts 3 and 4

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Budden

A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts. William Feaver (in the Chair) talks with Paul Barker , John Carey and Gillian Reynolds.
This week's subjects:
Freud, a six-part BBC2 series by Carey Harrison ;
Neil Jordan 's film The Company of Wolves; Problems of Picturing at the Serpentine Gallery;
The Devil and the Good Lord by Jean-Paul Sartre at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith; T. S. Eliot , a biography by Peter Ackroyd
Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown:
William Feaver
Unknown:
Paul Barker
Unknown:
John Carey
Unknown:
Gillian Reynolds.
Unknown:
Carey Harrison
Unknown:
Neil Jordan
Unknown:
T. S. Eliot
Unknown:
Peter Ackroyd
Producer:
Philip French

A miniature triptych EQUALE BRASS
John Wallace (trumpet) James Watson (trumpet) Michael Thompson (horn) Peter Goodwin (trombone) John Jenkins (tuba)
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wallace
Unknown:
James Watson
Horn:
Michael Thompson
Horn:
Peter Goodwin
Unknown:
John Jenkins

The Finals direct from Leeds Town Hall, The last three finalists play a concerto with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by Vernon Handley Introduced by Richard Baker with comments by Andre Previn
(The competition takes place in association with Harveys of Bristol) (A simultaneous broadcast with BBC2) including during the interval
Female Forms
The Classical Heritage
In the second of two talks based on her work-in-progress, the cultural historian Marina Warner reviews the thinking behind Greek use of women to symbolise abstract qualities and virtues, and she examines the consequences of Victorian adoption of this practice.

Contributors

Leader:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Vernon Handley
Introduced By:
Richard Baker
Unknown:
Andre Previn
Unknown:
Marina Warner

String Quartet in A minor, Op 51 No 2, played by the LINDSAY STRING QUARTET Peter Cropper (violin) Ronald Birks (violin) Roger Bigley (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello) BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Violin:
Peter Cropper
Violin:
Ronald Birks
Viola:
Roger Bigley
Cello:
Bernard Gregor-Smith

THE SIXTEEN conductor HARRY CHRISTOPHERS Byrd Laudibus in sanctis; Ad Dominum cum tribularer
Tomkins When David heard that Absalom was slain; 0 God, the proud are risen against me
10.30* Interval Reading
10.35* Schutz Musikalische
Exequien MARGARET PHILLIPS (chamber organ) JANE COE (cello)
(Presented by Music at Oxford in Christ Church Cathedral in association with Hyperion records)

Contributors

Conductor:
Harry Christophers
Conductor:
Byrd Laudibus
Unknown:
Schutz Musikalische
Unknown:
Exequien Margaret Phillips

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