Fifth of six programmes Corelli Concerto Grosso in c, Op 6 No 10 LA PETITE BANDE directed by SIGISWALD kuijken (violin)
Handel Sonata (No 1) and Aria (No 2) from 'La Resurrezione'
EMMA KIRKBY (soprano)
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 No 5: THE ENGLISH CONCERT directed by TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord) Corelli Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 12
LA PETITE BANDE: records
Listeners' record requests Sibelius String Quartet in D minor (Voces Intimae) FINLANDIA QUARTET
Bach Preludes and Fugues in c major and c minor and G major and G minor ('48'
Preludes and Fugues, Book 1)
TON KOOPMAN (harpsichord) Berg Suite from Lulu ANJA SILJA (soprano) VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHRISTOPH VON DOHNANYI
with Michael Oliver Mahler's Fifth and its emotional origins: a talk by DONALD MITCHELL.
A conversation with PAUL tortelier on his 70th birthday.
Marschner: the opera, and Hans Heiling : by JOHN WARRACK.
Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD
Schiitz German Magnificat Bach Singet dem Herrn BBC SINGERS conductor JOHN POOLE
11.45* Interval Reading
11.50* Penderecki St Luke Passion
MARIE SLORACH (soprano)
STEPHEN ROBERTS (baritone) MICHAEL RIPPON (bass)
(speaker). BBC SINGERS BBC SYMPHONY CHORUS conductor BRIAN WRIGHT
CHORISTERS OF CHRIST CHURCH
CATHEDRAL, OXFORD director FRANCIS GRIER
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conducted by THE COMPOSER A BBC digital recording
Haydn Trio in F sharp minor (H xv 26)
Brahms Trio in B, Op 8 A BBC digital recording
Telemann Fantasia No 6 in D minor
BARTHOLD KUIJKEN (flute)
Beethoven Duo No I in C
GERVASE DE PEYER (clarinet)
WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (bassoon)
Poulenc Sonata for trumpet, horn and trombone:
MEMBERS OF THE PHILIP JONES
Frank Cordell Patterns
LONDON SAXOPHONE QUARTET Hindemith Kleine
Kammermusik, Op 24 No 2 DANISH WIND QUINTET records
First of two concerts from the 1982 London
Stravinsky Festival, given during the composer's centenary year.
LONDON SINFONIETTA leader NONA LIDDELL
LONDON SINFONIETTA CHORUS chorus-master
ANN MURRAY (mezzo-sop) PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) NEIL JENKINS (tenor)
THOMAS ALLEN (baritone) TERRY EDWARDS (bass) conducted by DAVID ATHERTON
Two Melodies of Gorodetzky; Berceuses du Chat: The Owl and the Pussy-Cat; Two Sacred Songs (Wolf arr
Stravinsky); Four Songs; Elegy for JFK; Little
Canon; Three Shakespeare Songs; The Mushrooms
Going to War; Pastorale; Pribaoutki
by ELAINE EVELEIGH Read by Jane Wenham
Directed by MARGARET WINDHAM
Part 2 Pater Noster; In
Memoriam Dylan Thomas ; Credo; Introitus; Ave Maria; Renard
A series of four documentaries re-assessing the Welfare State
The word 'crisis' is easily and frequently used. But is it economic, social or political? How does
Britain's system of care for the poor compare with the rest of Europe?
Professor A. H. Halsey , Director of Social and Administrative Studies at the University of Oxford, visits France, Germany and Sweden for the answers. Producer
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Professor A. H.
Last of three programmes MALCOLM PROUD (harpsichord)
Given at Malahide Castle. Co Dublin, during the 1983 GPA Music Festival.
Book 1 No 7. Book 2 No 9 Froberger Toccatas: No 1 (1649). No 4 (1656)
Rameau Suite in E minor (Pieces de Clavecin 1724)
Parkinson's disease seems to be caused by degeneration of the cells in the brain which supply an essential chemical, dopamine. What if those cells could be replaced? Recent research on rats suggests that slivers of tissue taken from embryos can be successfully transplanted into adult brains. The transplants grow, and can form working connections.
Professor Colin Blakemore discusses how to remake the brain, and explores the implications for treatment of the host of human conditions caused by brain damage. Contributors include:
PROF ANDERS BJORKLUND. PROF ALBERT AGUAYO. DR STEVEN DUNNETT. DR FRED GAGE , DR ULF STENEVI.
Producer GEOFF DEEHAN
direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Helen Donath (soprano) Alfreda Hodgson (contralto)
Robert Tear (tenor)
John Shirley-Quirk (bar) Philharmonia Orchestra leader
CHRISTOPHER WARREN GREEN Philharmonia Chorus conducted by Bernard Haitink
(Given in association with Hambro Life Assurance)
Sonata No 2 in A. Op 100: Sonata No 3 in D minor Op 108
ANNE-SOPHIE MUTTER (violin) ALEXIS WEISSENBERG (piano) (Austrian Radio recording)
led by ANDREW MARTIN conducted by NICHOLAS CLEOBURY
Wagner A Faust Overture Jonathan Harvey Whom ye adore
Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 1
VIRAM JASANI (sitar)
LATIF AHMED KHAN (tabla) GOPAL JASANI (tanpura)
Rag Puria Kalyan