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Purcell, arr Britten
Chaconne in G minor
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by BENJAMIN BRITTEN t.12* Britten Russian Funeral: Philip jones
BRASS ENSEMBLE directed by JOHN IVESON
8.18*StanfordLabelle dame sans merci: JANET BAKER (mezzo-soprano) GERALD MOORE (piano)
8.24* Somervell Clarinet Quintet: THEA KING
AEOLIAN STRING QUARTET gramophone records
Introduced by John Lade Building a Library:
Schubert's song-cycle, Winterreise, by JOHN STEANE.
New records of pre-classical music reviewed by LIONEL SALTER.
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Rameau Comedieballet: La princcssc de Navarre MARILYN HILL SMITH
[IDOWEN HARRHY. FRANCES CHAMBERS and JUDITH REES < sopranos)
MICHAEL GOLDTHORPE ihaute-contre) peter savidge (baritone) IAN CADDY and RICHARD wigmore (basses)
ENGLISH BACH FESTIVAL
SINGERS. ENGLISH BACH
FESTIVAL BAROQUE ORCHESTRA conducted by NCIIOLAS UCCEGAN gramophone records
IBARNKT BRAS ENSHMCLE conductor DAVID HONEYEALL Edward Gregson Music for Greenwich
Grieg Funeral March Eric Ball Resurgam
In his selection of music on record this week John Amis includes Delius s A Song of Summer
Hoist's Hammersmith, some Purcell Hallelujahs and a celebration of Thomas Hardy.
GORDON POLLIN DENNIS SIMONS
Vaughan Williams Along the Field
Frankel Sonata No 2, Op 39
Vllla-Lobos Suite pour chant et violon BBC Manchester
Ronald Corp introduces his personal selection of outstanding music broadcasts of the past week.
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts
Richard Cork (in the Chair) talks with Owen Dudley Edwards , Richard Hoggart and Margaret Wallers.
This week's subjects: Mark Reichert 's film Union City.
Sculptures by Phillip King at the Hayward Gallery.
Measure for Measure, directed by Michael Rudman , at the National Theatre.
American Dreams: Lost and Found by Studs Teikel.
Tony Palmer 's TV profile of William Walton for the South Bank Show. Producer Philip FRENCH
Part of a recital on the Cavaillé-Coll organ in St Vincent-de-Paul, Paris
Botllmann Introduction-Choral; Toccata (Suite Eothique, Op 25)
Franck Choral No 2, in a minor
(Recording from BBC
Archives: first broadcast in 1M1)
Opera in four acts and an epilogue
Music by Glinka Libretto by BARON GEORGl ROSEN
(sung in Russian: records) Continuing Radio 3's series to mark the Mussorgsky Centenary. the work that is generally recognised as the fountain-head of Russian opera.
Cast in order of singing:
BELGRADE OPERA CHORUS LAMOUREUX ORCIIESIRA conducted by IGOR MARKEVITCH Acts 1 and 2
John Franklyn-Robbins reads from the music criticism of Neville Cardus. in which he remembers the art of Elena Gerhardt. Lotte Lehmann and Yvette Guilbert and reviews recitals by Alexander Kipnis and Elisabeth Schwarzkopf.
ENGLISH GUITAR QUARTET
Plays music by Giovanni Terzi. Moreno-Torroba, John Duarte.
Reginald Smith-Brindlc and Vivaldi.
Rondo in c minor. Op 94 ROBERT COHEN (cello)
ANTHYA RAEL (piano) record
direct from All Saints' Russian Orthodox
Cathedral, Ennismore Gardens. London
Tonight the Russian Orthodox Church celebrates Easter. The traditional Vigil Service is conducted by MS GRACE METROPOLITAN ANTHONY OF SUROZH. Commentary in Russian and English by ALYONA KOZHKVNIKOV