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BBC Radio 3

Organ Gallery

Notre Dame. Paris
PIERRE COCHEREAU speaks about one of the great organs of the world and discusses his records of music by Franck, Stradella and Brahms. The programme also includes an improvisation. Producer JOHN LACE
followed by an Interlude
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by JANE PARKER-SMITH Langlais Suite breve
11.45* Dupre La fileuse (Suite bretonne)
11.49* Tournemire, real Durufie Improvisation sur le Te Deum (L'orgue mystique)
(From a recital given in the Church of St Thomas the Martyr, Newcastle upon Tyne, in November 1972)
BBC Radio 3


Instead of expanding the material given to him, the organist Gerd Zacher plays the notes as written and uses the instrument to create new textures. Contrapunctus I by Bach
Interpreted in the style of Bach, Schumann, Brahms, Kagel and Allende Blin
(Bavarian Radio recording from the 1976 Nuremberg Organ Week)
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by Ronald Perrin in Ripon Cathedral
Boyce Voluntary No 1, in D (Introduction and Trumpet Tune)
Stanford Postlude in D minor
Leighton Improvisation Berkeley Fantasia BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

ALAN SPEDDING at Beverly Minster
Mendelssohn Fugue in E minor
Alexandre Boely
Offertoire cinqs versets (Pieces d'orgue)
Saint-Saens Fantalsie No 3, in c major
Beethoven Trio in G
Tournemire. arr DuruflS Improvisation sur le Te Deum
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by GASTON utaize in the Royal Festival Hall, London Couperin Offertoire sur les Grands Jeux
Franck Choral No 3, in A minor Improvisation
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by PETER PLANYAVSKY in the Royal Festival Hall, London
Hummel Prelude and Fugue in A flat
Rieder Prelude and Fugue in d minor
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by KARL-ERIK WELIN in the Royal Festival Hall, London
Peter-Maxwell Davies Three Voluntaries
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by John Scott
Second of three recitals direct from
Westminster Cathedral, London Messiaen L'Ascension
Dupre Te lucis ante terminum; Placare Christe (Le tombeau de Titelouze); Choral and Fugue (Salve regina)
Tournemire, transc Durufle Improvisation on Victimae paschali
(Tickets from Ticket Unit, BBC. London WlA 4WW)
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

The first of three recitals live from St Marylebone Parish Church, London, played by JACQUES VAN OORTMERSSEN
J. C. Kellner Praeludium in c Bach Chorale prelude:
Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr (BWV 662); Toccata in F (BWV 540) Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in G, Op 37 No 2; Improvisation
Messiaen Le Banquet celeste
H. Andriessen Sonata da chiesa (Tickets available from: [address removed]. Please send sae)
BBC Radio 3

Music for Organ

played by Piet Kee. Anon Estampie
Bruhns Prelude and Fugue No 1 in E minor Hendrik Andriessen
Sonata da chiesa
Piet Kee Improvisation on Estampie
(In association with IBM (UK) Ltd)
Network Three


improvises, plays, and conducts his own compositions with the SCHOLA POLYPHONICA Chorus-Master.
Henry Washington
Leader, Ivor McMahon
Improvisation on a theme of Schoenberg (chosen by Hans Keller)
10.11' Missa super modos duo-decimates, for chorus and seven instruments
Conducted by the composer first performance in this country
10.36* Organ Concerto
Conducted by Meredith Davies first performance in this country
Recorded at the Fairfield Halls. Croydon
BBC Radio 3

Listeners' Choice

Humphrey Carpenter presents this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Bloch Schelomo Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), USSR Radio and Television Large Orchestra, conductor Yuri Ahronovich Toumemire Choral-Improvisation on "Victimae Paschali" Jane Watts (organ)
Mozart Rondo in DAnnie Fischer(piano), Bavarian State Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
Tansman Bric a Brae Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Israel Yinon
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners'
Choice, BBC Birmingham. B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: listeners.choice@bbc.co.uk
National Programme Daventry


at the BBC Theatre Organ
Improvisation of a Sonata on themes by Ernest Longstaffe , Mark Lubbock ,
Charles Shadwell , Charles Brewer , and Harry Pepper
The previous short separate improvisations on the BBC Theatre Organ on themes by several members of the Variety Department have aroused considerable interest, and Reginald Foort feels that the themes he has been given are worthy of something better than being used just once and then forgotten. Tonight he will try to improvise a complete sonata, using the themes again as a basis for the various movements.
Regional Programme Northern


at the BBC Theatre Organ
Improvisation of a Sonata
Regional Programme London


at the BBC Theatre Organ
Improvisation of a Sonata
National Programme Daventry


at the BBC Theatre Organ
Improvisation on a Theme by Herman Darewski
Third Programme


(organ) Improvisation on a submitted theme
From Westminster Cathedral
BBC Radio 3

Music Now

A weekly survey of the world of music with the artists and personalities who create it, including this week:
MARTIN DALBY talking about his Viola Concerto, and PETER HUR -FORD, who talks about and illustrates the art of organ improvisation.
Introduced by John Amis Producers DENYS GUEROULT and NATALIE WHEEN followed by an interlude
BBC Radio 3

Choral Evensong

recorded in Wakefield Cathedral. Responses (Bielby) Psalms 148, 150
(Hylton-Stewart, Talbot) Readings (RSV): Genesis 1, v 1, to 2, v 3; 1 John wl-18
Office hymn (NEH 247): 0 gladsome light
Canticles: Wakefield
Service (Andrew Carter ) Anthem: It is a Thing
Most Wonderful (Moore)
Hymn (NEH 340ii) Beyond all mortal praise
Organ: Improvisation in memoriam Maurice de Saumarez
Organist and Master of the Choristers
Assistant Organist KEITH WRIGHT BBC Manchester

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