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With Anthony Burton.
Zelenka Capriccio No 2 in G Das Neu-Eröffnete Orchester, conductor Jürgen Sonnentheil
7.17 Warlock Sleep; My Lady Is a Pretty One; Take, 0 Take Those Lips Away; My Ghostly Fader; Chopcherry John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Nash Ensemble
7.28 Rosetti Symphony in F London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert
7.47 Ferrabosco (son) Hexachord Fantasy
Peter Sculthorpe Djilile Fretwork
8.00 JC Bach Overture: Orione
Hanover Band, director Anthony Halstead
8.12 Schubert Heidenroslein ;
Meeres Stille , D216; An Mignon; An Schwager Kronos
Matthias Goerne (baritone), Andreas Haefliger (piano)
8.25 Haydn Symphony No 104 in D (London) La Petite Bande, conductor Sigiswald Kuijken
9.00 Building a Library
John Steane compares the available recordings of Bizet's opera Carmen. Peter Paul Nash reviews new releases of contemporary music with popular appeal by Michael Nyman , Heinz Karl Gruber , Toru Takemitsu , Gavin Bryars and Joseph Schwantner. Revised repeat tomorrow 11.45pm
10.15 Record Release
Bryars A Man in a Room, Gambling No 10
Gavin Bryars Ensemble
10.22 Schwantner Velocities
Evelyn Glennie (marimba)
10.31 Takemitsu An Autumn Ode
Saito Kinen Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa
10.42 Gruber Frankenstein !!
The Composer (chansonnier),
Salzburg Camerata Academica, conductor Franz Welser-Mbst
Stephen Johnson investigates reissues of recordings by the legendary
Russian violinist David Oistrakh on the Testament and Pearl labels, including concertos by Khachaturian and Miaskovsky and chamber music by Mozart and Beethoven. Discs
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