The ninth of ten programmes
Morley Dances from the First Book of Consort Lessons (1599) MORLEY CONSORT directed by DAVID MUNROW Leonin Alleluia Pascha nostrum
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON, conducted by DAVID MUNROW
Nigel Butterley The
White-Throated Warbler DAVID MUNROW
(sopranino recorder) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4, in G
DAVIDMUNROW, JOHNTURNER (treble recorders) HUGH BEAN (violin)
VIRTUOSI OF ENGLAND conducted by ARTHUR DAVISON : records
Listeners' record requests Sibelius Pantomime: Scaramouche
HUNGARIAN STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by JUSSI JALAS Brahms Sextet No 2, in G, Op 36
ALBERNI STRING QUARTET ROGER BEST (viola)
MORAY WELSH (cello)
Bach Concerto in c (BWV 1064) (mono)
EDWIN FISCHER , RONALD SMITH , DENIS MATTHEWS (pianos)
PHILHARMONtA ORCHESTRA directed by EDWIN FISCHER
Introduced by Michael Oliver
Arranging for the wind band by MICHAEL ROUND. The music of Henri Sauguet by JEREMY SAMS. The musician's bookshelf: a review of some recent publications. Producer
The prize-winning young American pianist makes her Radio 3 début in a programme including a recent American work written specially for her. Clementi Sonata in f sharp minor, Op 26 No 2 Barbara Kolb Appello (first UK broadcast)
Schumann Arabeske in c major, Op 18; Toccata in c major, Op 7
A second chance to hear two rarely played works by the founder of the French violin school - the Corelli of France '.
Ouvertura, Op 13 No 5; Trio in A major, Op 14 THE ENGLISH CONCERT
Simon Standage (violin)
Elizabeth Wilcock (violin) Anthony Pleeth (cello) Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord)
(First broadcast in Early Music Forum)
With DAVID WILLISON (piano)
Beethoven Adelaide; Der Kuss
Schubert Fischerweise; Standchen (D 957)
Schumann Intermezzo, Op 39 No 2; Mit Hyrthen und
Rosen Brahms Sapphische Ode, Op 94 No 4; Standchen, Op 106 No 1
Liebe; Bei einer Trauung Strauss Heimliche
Aufforderung. Op 27 No 3 (Part of a concert given in 1978 at the Broadcasting Centre, Birmingham)
direct from the Snape Mattings
Scottish Chamber Orchestra leader JOHN TUNNELL conductor
Roderick Brydon with Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) Part 1
Gordon Crosse Dream Songs, Op 43
Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo theme, Op 33
Compiled and presented by Michael Flinch
Reader Rosalind Shanks I must not think of thee; and, tired yet strong,
I shun the thought that lurks in all delight -
The thought of thee - and in the blue Heaven's height,
And in the sweetest passage of a song
A series of programmes in which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared.
John Steane considers the role of Norma in Bellini's opera as sung by Caballed Callas , Gina Cigna , Lilli Lehmann , Ponselle,
Giannina Russ and Joan Sutherland.
Figures in a classical landscape with ruins by ROBERT DAVID MACDONALD with On the Lido in Venice
Diaghilev spends a long day with members of his company and memories of Nijinsky.
Originally produced by The Citizens' Theatre. Glasgow, in 1977, and directed by Philip Prowse
Directed by TOM KINNINMONT BBC Scotland
by GILES SWAYNE 2: sky
BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE
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