(lute and guitar) Last of six programmes Luis de Naryiez Fantasias (Los Seys Libros del Delphin de Musica) Haydn, arr Bream Guitar Quartet in E, Op 2 No 2 with the CREMONA QUARTET Villa-Lobos Guitar Concerto LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDRÉ PREVIN records:
Grilles The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan : NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES GERHARDT Hummel Rondo brilliant in A: RUDOLF MACUDZINSKI (piano) SLOVAK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by LADISLAV SLOVAK Gerald Finzi Dies Natalis WILFRED BROWN (tenor) ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHRISTOPHER FINZI Mozart Symphony No 39, in e flat (K 543) LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS : records
RALPH KIRSHBAUM (cello) BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conductor GUNTHER HERBIG Part 1 Lutoslawski
Livre pour orchestre
Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor
12.10* Interval Reading
12.15* From the Proms Part 2 Beethoven
Symphony No 3, in E flat major (Eroica)
(Given on 22 July 1981 in the Royal Albert Hall , London)
Opera in four acts Music by Amileare Ponchiellt
Libretto by ARRIGO BOITO after VICTOR HUGO
(sung in Italian: records)
LONDON OPERA CHORUS FINCHLEY CHILDREN S MUSIC GROUP
NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by BRUNO BARTOLETTI Acts I and 2
Barnaba. a spy of the inquisition:
La Gioconda. a street singer, in love with Enzo:
La Cieca, her blind mother:
Zuane a gondolier:
Del Carlo (bass)
Iscpo, a scribe:
Enzo Grimaldo, a Genoese nobleman, in love with Laura:
Laura Adorno, wife of Alvise:
Alvise Badoero, an official of the Venetian State:
Voices from the lagoon:
Voices from the lagoon:
Secret chambers, evil masters, alchemy sorcery, blood, tombs.
Graham Fawcett reflects on the appeal of such ingredients to writers ANGELA CARTER ,
RUTH FAINLIGHT , IAN MCEWAN. EMMA TENNANT and a fan of the genre, MARGARET DRABBLE.
Producers LOUISE PURSLOW and CATHERINE WEARING
A series of eight programmes
1: Postcard from America ' Fringe religion is like fringe banking; it's high risk and high profit.'
Written by BARRY PILTON and performed by Leonard Rossiter Producer
an autobiography of * e cummings by david ossman when god decided to invent everything he took one breath bigger than a circustent and everything began including the specially improvised music by steuart allin iain kendell John lewis directed by alec reid followed by an interlude
Fourth of six programmes RAPHAEL SOMMER (cello) MALCOLM BINNS (piano) LONDON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by VERNON HANDLEY Part 1
Soliloquy for cello and orchestra
Piano Concerto in c, Op 88 945* Interval Reading
9.50' Edmund Rubbra Part 2
Symphony No 4, Op 53
The first of 34 Programmes using mechanical organs from all over the world.
Played and introduced by Peter Hurford , on the organ of Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Toronto. Canada
Prelude and Fugue in G major (bwv 541)
Sonata No 1, in e flat major (BWV 525)
Canonic Variations on Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (BWV 769) (A CBC recording) 'Next prop: next Sunday) (For specifications of the organs used in this series, send sac to Bach Organ Specifications, BBC, Broadcasting House, London WlA IAA)
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