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Tchaikovsky Italian Caprice CHICAGO SO/DANIEL BARENBOIM Villa-Lobos Prelude No 2; Study No 1; Chôro No 1 JULIAN BYZANTINE (guitar) Ernesto Nazareth Odeon ;
Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho; Fon-
Fon: ARTHUR MOREIRA LIMA (piano) Milhaud Dance Suite: Saudades do Brasil: FRENCH NATIONAL
ORCHESTRA/BERNSTEIN
Moreno Torroba Zarzuela: La Chulapona (excerpts)
PILAR LORENGAR (soprano)
TERESA BERGANZA (meZZO-SOp) JOAQUIN portillo (tenor)
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS/ RAFAEL FRUHBECK DE
BURGOS Stravinsky Ballet: The Fairy's Kiss: SNO NEEME JAR VI Dukas Scherzo:
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
HALLE/JAMES LOUGHRAN: records

Contributors

Guitar:
Ernesto Nazareth Odeon
Soprano:
Pilar Lorengar
Soprano:
Teresa Berganza
Unknown:
Rafael Fruhbeck
Unknown:
Burgos Stravinsky

with Paul Vaughan Building a Library:
Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit by PAUL GRIFFITHS. DAVID MURRAY reviews new song records. Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Vaughan
Unknown:
Paul Griffiths.
Producer:
Anthony Cheevers

Beethoven Song-cycle: An die ferne Geliebte PETER SCHREIER (tenor) WALTER OLBERTZ (piano) Berg Sehnsucht II; Sehnsucht III; Grenzen der Menschheit DIETRICH FISCHERDIESKAU (baritone) ARIBERT REIMANN (pianO) Schumann Fantasiestucke , Op 12 FRIEDRICH GULDA (piano): records VHF/FM only from 10.40

Contributors

Tenor:
Geliebte Peter Schreier
Piano:
Berg Sehnsucht
Unknown:
Grenzen Der Menschheit
Baritone:
Dietrich Fischerdieskau
Piano:
Schumann Fantasiestucke

England v Australia
Second Texaco Trophy One-Day International at Edgbaston Ball-by-ball commentary by Brian Johnston ,
Alan McGilvray , Tony Lewis and Henry Blofeld , with expert comments and summaries by Trevor Bailey and Fred Trueman Scorer BILL FRlNDALL including at
1.5* pm Lunchtime News
1.10* The Great Match
The First Prudential World Cup Final: Peter Baxter recalls the excitement when Australia met the West Indies ten years ago at Lord's.
1.30*-1.40* Lunchtime County Scoreboard
Producer PETER BAXTER
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Contributors

Commentary By:
Brian Johnston
Commentary By:
Alan McGilvray
Commentary By:
Tony Lewis
Commentary By:
Henry Blofeld
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey
Unknown:
Fred Trueman
Unknown:
Peter Baxter
Producer:
Peter Baxter

ROBERT COHEN (cello) BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by GUNTHER HERBIG Weber Overture: Euryanthe Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
12.0* Interval Reading
12.5* pm Schubert Symphony No 9, in c major (Presented by Stoke and Newcastle Festival in association with Royal Doulton Tableware Limited) BBC Manchester

Contributors

Cello:
Robert Cohen
Leader:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Gunther Herbig

Wilhelm Melcher (violin) Gerhard Voss (violin) Hermann Voss (viola) Peter Buck (cello) Schumann Quartet in F, Op 41 No 2 Webern Six Bagatelles, Op 9 Beethoven Quartet in F, Op 135 BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Violin:
Wilhelm Melcher
Violin:
Gerhard Voss
Viola:
Hermann Voss
Cello:
Peter Buck

Four of Bach's motets, in performances of differing styles, plus music for solo stringed instruments. Bach Furchte dich nicht (bwv 228) TOLZ BOYS'CHOIR JENNIFER WARD CLARK (cello) MADELEINE THORNER (Cello) FRANCIS BAINES (double-bass) HOWARD ARMON (organ) conducted by GERHARD SCHMIDT-GADEN (Given at the 1981 English Bach Festival) Ysaye Sonata No 2 (Obsession) OSCAR SHUMSKY (violin) Bach Singet dem Herrn (bwv 225) COLLEGIUM MUSICUM OF YALE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC conducted by PAUL HINDEMITH during his last concert at Yale in 1953 Suite No 6 in D (BWV 1012) JANOS STARKER (cello) Komm, Jesu, komm (bwv 229) AEOUAN SINGERS MARTIN NEARY (organ) conducted by SEBASTIAN FORBES Sarabande and Double (Partita in B minor) (BWV 1002) BRONISLAV HUBERMAN (violin) records Jesu, meine Freude (bwv 227) TOLZ BOYS'CHOIR (Given at the 1981 English Bach Festival)

Contributors

Cello:
Madeleine Thorner
Double-Bass:
Francis Baines
Conducted By:
Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden
Conducted By:
Paul Hindemith
Singers:
Martin Neary
Conducted By:
Sebastian Forbes
Violin:
Bronislav Huberman

A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts. Owen Dudley Edwards (in the Chair) talks with William Boyd John Higgins , Marina Warner. This week's subjects: Peter Weir 's film Witness; Breaking the Silence by Stephen Poliakoff at the Mermaid Theatre London; Watercolours by Richard Park Bonington and his Circle at the Victoria and Albert Museum , London; the six-part television series About Time (Wednesdays, Channel 4); and Brian Moore 's novel Black Robe. Producer PHILIP FRENCH

Contributors

Unknown:
Owen Dudley Edwards
Unknown:
William Boyd
Unknown:
John Higgins
Unknown:
Peter Weir
Unknown:
Stephen Poliakoff
Unknown:
Richard Park Bonington
Unknown:
Albert Museum
Unknown:
Brian Moore
Unknown:
Black Robe.

A translation of the 12th-century epic, in seven parts, by c. H SISSON
Incidental music composed by Nigel Osborne and performed by LONTANO 1: The King, our emperor
Charlemagne
Has been for seven years in Spain
And conquered it right to the sea.
Not a castle, wall or city
Is left standing, except one.... Narrator
John Franklyn-Robbins Readers Geoffrey Banks ,
Garard Green , Christopher Neame and Andy Rashleigh Producer FRASER STEEL
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Composed By:
Nigel Osborne
Readers:
Geoffrey Banks
Unknown:
Garard Green
Unknown:
Christopher Neame
Unknown:
Andy Rashleigh
Producer:
Fraser Steel

PETER DONOHOE and MARTIN ROSCOE (two pianos)
SUSAN GORTON (soprano) ELAINE BURNS (celesta)
RAYMOND LOMAX (timpani) BBC NORTHERN SINGERS conductor STEPHEN WILKINSON Debussy En blanc et noir
Kenneth Leighton The Birds (original version)
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Donohoe
Unknown:
Martin Roscoe
Soprano:
Susan Gorton
Soprano:
Elaine Burns
Unknown:
Raymond Lomax
Conductor:
Stephen Wilkinson
Unknown:
Kenneth Leighton

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