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The Afternoon on Three


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with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Joan Rodgers Sings
Schubert Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Presented by lain Burnside . Kennst du das Land
(D321); Heiss mich nicht reden (D877 No 2); So lasst mich scheinen (D877 7 No 3); Suleika I (0720); Suleika II (0717); An den Mond (D296); Die abgebluhte Linde (D514); Im Fruhling (D882);
Heimliches Lieben (D922); Am Grabe Anselmos
(D504a); Diejunge Nonne (D828); Die Forelle (D550); Die Rose (D745); An die Musik (D547)R Pt
2.00 Schools
The Song Tree: Music Course 1
2.15 Together Stories 2.30
Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive The second of two programmes paying tribute to former artistic director of Musica Reservata, Michael Morrow. Susan Sharpe introduces his re-creation of the Medici wedding festivities of 1539: a fanfare to welcome the couple at the city gate; songs to accompany the wedding breakfast; and the intermedii to a comedy performed the following day. In this recording from 1975, contemporary descriptions of the events are read by Leo McKern and Musica Reservata is directed by Andrew Parrott. Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Russell Davies introduces Tommy Cooper.
4.30 Songs of South East Asia
John Thornley presents the fourth of seven programmes. This week, lullabies and folk songs of work and ritual from north, south and central Vietnam.


Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Joan Rodgers
Soprano: Schubert Joan Rodgers
Piano: Malcolm Martineau
Presented By: Lain Burnside
Unknown: Michael Morrow.
Introduces: Susan Sharpe
Read By: Leo McKern
Read By: Musica Reservata
Directed By: Andrew Parrott.
Producer: Susan Kenyon
Introduces: Russell Davies
Unknown: Tommy Cooper.
Unknown: John Thornley

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The Afternoon on Three

BBC Radio 3, 26 May 1995 12.55

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