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BBC Radio 4 FM

GOLDEN FLOWERS FOR FLAXEN HAIR

A new play for radio by Patrick Simpson with Barry Justice
Joanna Dunham , Ronald Adam
A palace at Winchester: A.D. 959
Against the grim setting of a Saxon court a young prince woos his lovely child-bride. Their romance, distasteful alike to the Church and to certain courtiers, leads them relentlessly towards a tragic fate.
with Hilda Kriseman
Alaric Cotter , Antony Viccars
Music composed by DAVID MUNROW played by DAVID MUNROW and GILLIAN REID
Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL
Joanna Dunham is in ' Soldiers at the New Theatre. London
BBC Radio 3

Edinburgh International Festival

from the Freemasons' Hall EARLY MUSIC CONSORT
James Bowman (counter-tenor) Oliver Brookes
(bass viol, crumhorn, rebec) Christopher Hogwood
(harpsichord, harp, percussion) James Tyler (lute, cittern, tenor viol, recorder, crumhorn) director DAVID MUNROW
(recorder, crumhorn, sordun, dulcian, cornemuse, shawm)
Popular music of five centuries Introduced by DAVID MUNROW Part 1
BBC Radio 3

If Music be the Food of Love

Music of the English Stage before 1700 performed by the EARLY MUSIC CONSORT
James Bowman (counter-tenor) Nigel Rogers (tenor)
David Munrow (recorder, crumhorn, shawm. rauschpfeife, gemshorn, sordun and rackett) Oliver Brookes (viola da gamba and rebec)
Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord. harp and percussion) Introduced and directed by DAVID MUNROW
(A public concert given in the Greenwich Theatre on 14 March by the Greenwich Theatre Concert Society) Part 1
BBC Radio 3

Early Music Consort of London

James Bowman (counter-tenor) Martyn Hill (tenor)
Geoffrey Shaw (baritone) Anthony Rooley (lute)
James Tyler (lute, cittern, viol, crumhorn, recorder)
Oliver Brookes (rebec, viol, crumhorn)
Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord, harp, organ, regal, percussion)
Michael Laird (cornett) Roger Brenner (sackbut) Martin Nicholls (sackbut)
David Munrow (recorder, crum. horn. shawm, dulcian)
Introduced and directed by David Munrow
Music for Maximilian I
BBC Two England

Music from Great Houses

David Munrow and the Early Music Consort of London play music commissioned by Kings and Queens of England in the Elizabethan setting of Montacute House, Somerset
Music from the Renaissance and Reformation has become some thing of a cult, and has already been absorbed into the ' POP' scene.DAVID MUNROW introduces music from as early as the reign of Henry II through to the period of Elizabeth I , ranging in style from the elegant and courtly to the bawdy and scandalous.
He also conducts viewers round this National Trust property, which has strong connections with James I and the Gunpowder Plot.
Producer ROY TIPPING
BBC Radio 3

BBC Lunchtime Concert

Music at the Royal Courts of Europe
Early Music Consort of London James Bowman (counter-tenor and treble viol)
Oliver Brookes (bass viol, rebec and crumhorn)
James Tyler (lute, citole, tenor viol and crumhorn)
Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord. harp and percussion)
David Munrow (recorder, crumhorn, shawm, dulcian and rauschpfeife)
Directed and introduced by DAVID MUNROW
(A series of public concerts from St John's. Smith Square, London SW1)
(Repeated: Thursday 9.55 pm)
BBC Radio 3

Early Music Consort of London

Music at the Royal Courts of Europe
James Bowman (counter-tenor and treble viol)
Oliver Brookes (bass viol, rebec and crumhorn)
James Tyler (lute, citole, tenor viol and crumhorn) Christopher Hogwood
(harpsichord, harp and percussion)
David Munrow (recorder, crumhorn. shawm, dulcian and rauschpfeife)
Directed and introduced by DAVID MUNROW
BBC One London

AncestralVoices

The first of five programmes
The flute has age-old magical associations. Aztec slaves played it before being sacrificed; in Africa it brought rain and was a giver of life.
David Munrow re-creates the music and myth of early instruments before an invited audience. With ALAN LUMSDEN and guest JAMES TYLER
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer VICTOR POOLE Devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC Two England

Ancestral Voices

On the wall of a cave dating from the Stone Age is painted a woman holding the horn of a bison and about to blow it ...
David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments. with Alan Lumsden , guests Michael Laird and Roger Brenner
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer VICTOR POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC One London

Ancestral Voices

David Munrow recreates the magic and myth of early instruments before an invited audience, with ALAN LUMSDEN and guests JOHN LEACH and RUDRANI BALAKRISHNAN
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer victor POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC Two England

Ancestral Voices

In a recorded programme David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments with Alan Lumsden guests John Leach and Rudrani Balakrishnan
Written by DAVID munrow Producer VICTOR poole
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC One London

AncestralVoices

The fourth of five programmes
On the wall of a cave dating from the Stone Age is padnted a woman holding the horn of a bison and about to blow it ...
David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments. with ALAN LUMSDEN and guests
MICHAEL LAIRD and ROGER BRENNER
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer victor poole
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC Two England

Ancestral Voices

A series of five programmes
The flute has age-old magical associations. Aztec slaves played it before being sacrificed: in Africa it brought rain and was a giver of life. David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments before an invited audience. with Alan Lumsden and guest James Tyler
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer VICTOR POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC Radio 3

This Week's Composers

The Notre Dame School
Around the year 1200, as the , frreat cathedral rose from the banks of the Seine, Paris became the centre of the so-called 12th-century Renaissance. The arts flourished, and for the first time in history we can identify the names of two composers who helped establish the course of music for four centuries:. Leonin and Perotin.
Leonin Viderunt omnes
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON conducted by DAVID MUNROW anon Die Christi veritas
DELLER CONSORT, VIENNA CONCENtus musicus, directed by ALFRED DELLER (counter-tenor) Perotin Viderunt omnes
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON conducted by DAVID MUNROW gramophone records
BBC Two England

Ancestral Voices

The first of five programmes
DAVID MUNROW re-creates the music and myth of early instruments before an invited audience, With ALAN LUMSDEN and guest JAMES TYLER
Written by DAVID MUNROW Produced by VICTOR POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
BBC Radio 3

Morning Concert

Mainerio Five Dances (Primo Libro di Balli - 1578)
EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW
8.11* Locatelli Concerto Grosso in F, Op 7 No 12
COLLEGIUM AUREUM directed by FRANZJOSEF MAIER
8.24* Monteverdi Non vedrd mai le stelle: Chiome d'oro (Madrigals. Book VII)
PURCELL CONSORT OF VOICES directed bv GRAYSTON BURGESS
8.30* Prioll Canzona Prima a 12 EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON directed by DAVID MUNROW
8.35* Porpora Cello Concerto in G: THOMAS BLEES
SOUTH-WEST GERMAN CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA. PFORZHEIM conducted by PAUL ANGERER gramophone records
BBC Two England

Music in Camera

Knights, Fools and Clerics 1986 marks the tenth anniversary of the death of David Munrow who, more than any other musician, opened up the world of music written before 1600. Today a tribute to him performed by the New London Consort. Michael Oliver talks to
Philip Pickett , the Consort's director, about how the early music movement has changed over the ten years since David Munrow died. Subtitles GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JOHN BLACK
Producer HILARY BOULDING
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
BBC Radio 3

Sound Stories

Briefer Candles
Richard Baker looks at the all-too-brief lives of some famous musicians.
5: David Munrow. A brilliant musician, scholar and communicator, David Munrow was a masterly wind player who made early music popular again. He shared his enthusiasm with an audience of all ages in 650 editions of Radio 3's Pied Piper but took his own life at the age of 33. Music includes:
Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in A minor, RV445
Early Music Consort of London Pepusch Prelude
Mainerio // Primo Libro di Balli Early Music Consort of London
BBC Radio 3

Masterworks

With Stephanie Hughes , featuring Chopin sonatas and ballades and early music performances by David Munrow.
Lennox Berkeley Serenade for Strings, Op 12 LPO, conducted by the Composer
10.20 Chopin Piano Sonata NolinC minor, Op 4 Vladimir Ashkenazy
10.45 Susato Dances from the Dansereye Early Music Consort of London, director David Munrow
10.58 Falla Ballet: ElAmorBrujo Huguette Tourangeau (mezzo), Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
Producer Arthur Johnson
BBC Radio 3

CD Masters

With Jonathan Swain.
Villa-Lobos Choros No 10
Schola Cantorum de Caracas,
Orfeon Universitario Simon Bolivar, Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eduardo Mata
10.13 Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191 Gwydion Brooke ,
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
10.32 Dufay Mass Se la Face Ay Pale Early Music Consort of London, director David Munrow
11.08 Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras
No 5 Barbara Hend ricks (soprano), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Enrique Batiz
11.20 Cain Fanfare and Dance in Esgaroth (The Hobbit)
Early Music Consort of London, director David Munrow






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