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BBC Radio 3

Five Centuries of Popular Music

Songs, ballads, dances, and instrumental pieces from the late 12th to early 17th centuries
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT
James Bowman (counter-tenor) Oliver Brookes (bass viol and crumhorn)
James Tyler (lute, cittern, tenor viol, recorder, and crumhorn)
Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord, harp, and percussion) David Munrow (recorder, crumhorn, sordun, dulcian, cornemuse, and shawm)
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon Sequence

A personal choice of records presented by David Munrow Including at 2.20* Stravinsky's Concertino for piano and wind Instruments, with WALTER KLIEN ; at 2.39* an aria from Bach's St Matthew Passion; at
2.58* Serenade in c minor (K S88) by Mozart; at 3.18* CHRISTA LUDWIG singing The Shepherd on the Rock: at 3.36* South American folk music; and at
3.48* Janacek's suite, Mladi
BBC Radio 3

Guillaume de Machaut

EARLY MUSIC CONSORT
James Bowman (countertenor); Mary Remnant (rebec, medieval fiddle, psaltery); Oliver Brookes (viol); Christopher Hogwood (organ, harp) director DAVID MUNROW (shawm, recorder, crumhorn, sordun. gemshorn) with NIGEL ROGERS (tenor)
Douce dame jolie; De toutes flours; Mes esperis se combat; Se quanque amours; Comment qu'a moy: Se ma dame; De Fortune me doy pleindre; Fine amour: Amour et biaut6; Ma fin est mon commencement; Quant je ne voy; Dame ne regardes pas; De petit po
BBC Two England

The Six Wives of Henry VIII Catherine Parr

by JOHN PREBBLE with John Ronane
Cast in order of appearance:
Series based on an idea by MAURICE COWAN
Music arranged and played by DAVID MUNROW
Make-up PAM BURNS
Costumes by JOHN BLOOMFIELD Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer PETER SEDDON
Producers RONALD TRAVERS , MARK SHIVAS Directed by NAOMI CAPON
BBC Two England

The Six Wives of Henry VIII

Anne Boleyn by NICK MCCARTY with with Patrick Troughton and Sheila Burrell
Cast in order of appearance
Series based on an idea by MAURICE COWAN
Music arranged and played by DAVID MUNROW
Dances arranged by GERALDINE STEPHENSON Make-up PAM BURNS
Costumes bv JOHN BLOOMFIELD Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Designer PETER SEDDON
Producer RONALD TRAVERS
Directed by NAOMI CAPON
BBC Radio 3

The Proms

from the Royal Albert Hall London
Part 1
HURWITZ CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by EMANUEL HURWITZ (violin)
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT
James Bowman (counter-tenor); Martyn Hill , Nigel Rogers (tenors): James Tyler (tenor vior, cittern): Oliver Brookes (bass viol); Robert Spencer (lute): Alan Lumsden (tenor sackbut); Christopher Hogwood (organ, harp, percussion) directed by DAVID MUNROW (recorder, crumhorn, tenor shawm) Bach Suite No 4, in Dmajor
7.59* Music in Medieval Florence, including works by Francesco Landini, Antonio Zacharia de Teramo, and Giovanni da Firenze
BBC Two England

Music on 2 So You Thought It All Started with Bach

Clement Freud introduces music and pictures from an exceptionally long time ago with The Dolmetsch Family Christopher Monk Jeremy Montagu
David Munrow and The Early Music Consort Francis Baines and The Jaye Consort
James Harpham and The Wooden 0 together with a great richness of sackbuts, psalteries, lutes, cor-netts, sausage bassoons and racketts, etc, performed by the people who love them, collect them. make them, and play them. Singers:
JAMES BOWMAN , URSULA CONNORS MARTYN HILL , PHILIP LANGRIDGB IAN PARTRIDGE
Film editor PHILIP BARNIKEL Graphics COLIN CHEESMAN Written and produced by HERBERT CHAPPELL
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Henry VI

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE The three
Henry VI plays abridged into two parts by RAYMOND RAIKES Part 2:
Henry VI Part 2 from Act 4, Scene 2; and Henry VI Part 3 (approximate historical dates: 1450-1471)
Barbara Jefford
Clifford Norgate , Nigel Lambert Queen Margaret.BARBARA JEFFORD King Henry VI....NIGEL LAMBERT
The original stage directions read by GABRIEL WOOLF Music composed by STEPHEN DODGSON played by a section of the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by RAE JENKINS
Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
During the Interval (8.35* - 8.45') a record of Renaissance Dances played by DAVID MUNROW (woodwind) CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
(regal and harpsichord)
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Two England

Elizabeth R

by JULIAN MITCHELL
Ronald Hines as Burghley Robert Hardy as Leicester
Stephen Murray as Walsingham with Michael Williams and Margaretta Scott Costumes
ELIZABETH WALLER Make-up DAWN ALCOCK Sound BRIAN HALES
Lighting ROBERT WRIGHT Music DAVID MUNROW
Designer PETER SEDDON
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM
Directed by RICHARD MARTIN
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow
BBC Radio 3

Aubade

Susato Six Dances (The Danserye, 1551)
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW
8.18' Solcr Fandango
RAFAEL PUYANA (harpsichord)
8.29* Griiry Ballet Suite
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA directed by RAYMOND LEPPARD (harpsichord)
8.49* Sor Two Minuets: in G; in A: NARCISO YEPES (guitar)
8.54' Stravinsky Suite No 2, for small orchestra
CBS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by THE COMPOSER gramophone records
BBC Radio 3

The Proms

Tonight: from the Royal Albert Hall London Part 1
Music at the Court of Spain
JAMES BOWMAN (counter-tenor) MARTYN HILL (tenor) EARLY MUSIC CONSORT director DAVID MUNROW
Michael Praetorius Dances from Terpsichore (1612)
(This Week's Proms: page 9)
BBC Radio 3

Pied Piper

Tales and Music for Younger Listeners with David Munrow






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