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Saturday Review


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with Richard Osborne.
Record Review
Building a Library: Andrew Lamb reviews records of dances by Mozart and Strauss.
Nikolaus Harnoncourt talks about his recently recorded cycle of Bach's complete cantatas, which is then discussed by Nicholas Anderson and Nicholas Kenyon.
10.40 Record Release
Mozart Six German
Dances (K 600); Vienna Academy/Haselbock
10.53 Bach Cantata No 5:
Soloists; Vienna Boys'
Choir; Vienna Concentus Musicus/Harnoncourt
11.17 J Strauss (son) Fidelen-Polka;
Waltz: The Zillerthalers; Tanzi-Bari-Polka: Czech
State POI Alfred Walter
11.33 Bach Cantata
No 106; Soloists;
Hanover Boys' Choir;
Collegium Vocale Ghent; Leonhardt Consort/
Gustav Leonhardt
11.55 J Strauss (son) Waltz: The Blue Danube
NBC SO/Toscanini (Mono)
12.04 George Benjamin Antara: London Sinfonietta/
The Composer
12.25 Christopher Pollard of Gramophone introduces the 1990 Record Award winner.
12.31 Prokofiev The
Love for Three Oranges: Act 3 Scene 3 (The Desert) Soloists; Chorus and Orchestra of Lyons Opera/ Kent Nagano. Records Producer Nick Morgan
('Record Review' is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)


Unknown: Richard Osborne.
Unknown: Andrew Lamb
Unknown: Nicholas Anderson
Unknown: Nicholas Kenyon.
Unknown: Alfred Walter
Unknown: Gustav Leonhardt
Unknown: George Benjamin
Unknown: Christopher Pollard
Producer: Nick Morgan

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