Kalman Overture: Countess Maritza: NEW SADLER'S WELLS
OPERA ORCHESTRA conducted by BARRY WORDSWORTH Joplin The Cascades JOSHUA RIFKIN (piano)
Bach, reconstructed Rifkin Concerto in A for oboe d'amore and strings
STEPHEN HAMMER BACII ENSEMBLE directed by JOSHUA RIFKIN (harpsichord)
Poulenc Concert champetre GEORGE MALCOLM (harpsichord)
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN IN THE-FIELDS conducted by IONA BROWN gramophone records
Presented by Paul Vaughan Building a Library:
Beethoven's Violin Concerto, by BERNARD KEEFFE.
Newrecordsofchambermusic reviewed by CHRISTOPHER HEADINGTON
Producer ARTHUR JOHNSON
Chausson Concerto in D for violin, piano and string quartet: ITZHAK PERLMAN
JORGE BOLET. JUILLIARD QUARTET Martinu La revue de cuisine DARTINGTON ENSEMBLE: records
JESSYE NORMAN (soprano)
AGNES BALTSA (mezzo-soprano) FRANCISCO ARAIZA (tenor) SIMON ESTES (bass)
VIENNA STATE OPEHA CHORUS
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by RICCARDO MUTI
Schubert Symphony No 6 in c (D589)
11.45* Interval Reading
11.60* Rossini Stabat Mater
(Austrian Radio recording from the 1983 Salzburg Festival)
Edward Bache (1833-1858)
WiUlam Sterndale Bennett (1816-75)
Edward Bache Piano Trio in D minor, Op 25 (posth)
William Sterndale Bennett Chamber Trio. Op 26 BBC Birmingham
The fourth of five programmes
SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRA
Chabrier Rhapsody: Eapana DebussyNocturnes
Haydn Symphony No 85 in B fiat (La Reine)
Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms
LAUSANNE YOUTH CHOIR
LAUSANNE RADIO CHOIR Faila Ballet: The
TERESA BERGANZA (mezzo-soprano) gramophone records
Two early works showing the influence of the Revive) Church
Ives Quartet No I (A Revival
Service); The Celestial Country BBC SINGERS
DELME STRING QUARTET DAVID MASON (trumpet) PAUL BEER (euphonium) JAMES BLADES (timpani) ALAN HARVERSON (organ) conducted by JOHN POOLE
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Natalie Wheen (in the Chair) talks with Matthew Hoffman , Christopher Ricks and Bryan Robertson.
This week's subjects:
John Landis's film, Trading Places.
Jean Seberg at the National Theatre.
Albert: His Life and Work at the Royal College of Art
A TV version of Rex Warner's The Aerodrome on BBC1.
Brian Moore 's novel Cold Heaven.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH
played by WALTER HIIXSMAN at
Peterborough Cathedral Paean; Master Tallis's
Testament; Siciliano for a High Ceremony: Psalm Prelude Set 2, No 1 (De Profundis); Psalm Prelude Set 2, No 3
(Sing unto Him a new eong)
Plat6e Comedie-Lyrique in a Prologue and three Acta libretto by I.E VALOIS DORVILLE after
Music by Rameau (sung in French)
Thespis, Momus and Thalia hit upon the idea of re-enacting an elaborate charade, celebrated in Greek legend, whereby
Jupiter cures his wife, Juno, of jealousy and pride. Platée herself is the principal butt their mischief but others too are ridiculed in Rameau's vivacious opera.
Prologue: La Naissance de la Comédie
THE RAGLAN BAROQUE SINGERS THE RAGLAN BAROQUE PLAYERS leader ALISON BURY
(cello continuo) JOHN TOLL
(harpsichord continuo) directed by NICHOLAS KRAEMER Producer NICHOLAS ANDERSON
(A BBC Radio 3 production for the E.B.U.) Act 1
Ancient Egypt is here to stay....at least in Brooklyn and in East Coast universities. Marilyn Butler , English
Fellow at St Hugh's College.
Oxford, reflects on why ancient Egypt has become a fashionable literary setting in the work of Jewish intellectuals who want to address modern America.
With an invitation to consider. or reconsider, some well-known poems, Vernon Scannell looks in detail at To His Coy
Mistress and Bermudas by Andrew Marvell
Reader Paul Webster Producer FRASER STEEL BBC Manchester
(Paul Webster is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
The 17th of 32 programmes
JAN DEGAETANI (mezzo-soprano) JOHN CONSTABLE (piano)
Eight Early Songs, Op posth to poems by Dehmel, Goethe. Greif, Nietzsche and others. composed between 1901 and 1904