Ireland A London
OWAIN ARWEL HUGHES
7.13 Martinu La Revue de cuisine
7.35 Alexis de Castillon
Piano Concerto in D, Op 12 ALDO CICCOLINI (piano) MONTE CARLO PO/
8.08 Delius Sleigh Ride RPO/THOMAS BEECHAM Records
with Tony Scotland Producer PETER BERG
First of three programmes in which MALCOLM PROUD (harpsichord) plays 'a set of six capital
Concertos - a combination of ingenious and masterly modulation, very graceful melody and judicious
IRISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN LUBBOCK
Boyce Overture No 2 in G Charles Wesley Concerto in D minor. Op 2 No 1 J.C. Bach Symphony in B flat, Op 9 No 1
Charles Wesley Concerto in E flat, Op 2 No 6 BBC Northern Ireland
* See panel, left
Introduced by Richard Osborne. Record Review
Building a Library:
Rachmaninov's Third Piano Concerto by Stephen Johnson.
Robert Philip reviews new releases of Czech music.
10.40 Record Release
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
PABLO CASALS (cello)
CZECH PO/GEORGE SZELL
11.17 Haydn String
Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (Lark): HAGEN QUARTET
11.36 Janacek, orch Ota Zitek and Vaclav Sedlacek
The Diary of One Who Disappeared
PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) BRIGITTE BALLEYS (contralto)
WOMEN OF THE RIAS
BERLIN PO/CLAUDIO ABBADO
Cello Sonata No 1
STEVEN ISSERLIS (cello) PETER EVANS (piano)
12.32 Haydn Symphony No 83 in G minor (Hen) SLOVAK PO/LIBOR PESEK
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
Robert Hewison talks with people involved at the centre of current controversies in the arts world.
A friend equally to poetry and the voice
CHARLES BURNEY , 1773
A cantata 'Pastorelle che piangete', and an aria 'Superbo di me stesso'; with an organ concerto by Hasse's English contemporary John Stanley.
JULIANNE BAIRD (soprano) PAUL NICHOLSON
PARLEY OF INSTRUMENTS BAROQUE ORCHESTRA directed by ROY GOODMAN (More Hasse tonight 11.10pm)
PETER FRANKL (piano)
Chopin Four Mazurkas, Op 24
Schumann Fantasy Pieces, Op 12
Chopin Four Mazurkas, Op 30
FIORELLA PEDICONI (sop) DELLA JONES (mezzo)
JEROME PRUETT (tenor) RODERICK EARLE (bass)
LONDON SYMPHONY CHORUS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA led by ALISON KELLY conducted by RICHARD HICKOX
Puccini Messa di gloria 3.50 Interval Reading
3.55 Rossini Stabat Mater (Given on 17 May in the Royal Festival Hall. in association with National and Provincial Building Society)
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on the arts.
Alexander Walker (in the chair) talks with William Feaver , Gillian Tindall and Jeremy Treglown. This week's subjects:
Marina Bray by Ronald Frame on Radio 3 last
Tuesday; The Artist's Eye - Bridget Riley at the National Gallery, London; Harley Granville Barker 's The Voysey Inheritance at the National Theatre,
London; Billy August 's film Pelle the Conqueror;
The Russia House, a novel by John Ie Carre.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH. Mono
RAPHAEL WALLFISCH (cello) PETER WALLFISCH (piano) Bloch, arr Gabor Rejto
Suite for cello and piano Leighton Sonata for cello solo, Op 52. BBC Pebble Mill
JOHANNES SCHAAF 'S staging from the Grand Theatre, Geneva of Strauss's last opera (1942), a one-act conversation piece about the writing of an opera for the birthday of a Countess with both composer and librettist vying for the Countess's love.
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST STEIN (Given last Saturday)
(Swiss Radio recording)
David Bradby. Professor of Drama and Theatre
Studies at Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, University of London, considers the way the French Revolution has been presented by the Theatre du Soleil, Jean Genet , Beaumarchais, Biichner, Weiss and Anouilh.
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Albeniz El albaicin ; Triana (Iberia)
Scriabin Three Studies Stravinsky Three
The operatic soprano Faustina Bordoni was married to one of the most celebrated composers of the 18th century, Johann Adolf Hasse. Two of Hasse's cantatas 'Quel vago seno' and 'Fille dolce mio bene' are sung by JULIANNE BAIRD with members of PHILOMEL: Nancy Hadden (flute)
Erin Headley (bass viol) Andrew Lawrence-King (harp).