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: Franck and His Circle

Last of seven programmes
D'Indy Concert for piano, flute, cello and string orchestra
FRANCOIS RENE DUCHABLE (piano) JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL (flute) FREDERIC LODEON (cello)
PAILLARD CO/JEAN-FRANCOIS
PAILLARD Duparc La vie anterieure GERARD souzay (baritone) DALTON BALDWIN (piano)
Franck Symphonic Poem: Psyche: PARIS orchestra; DANIEL BARENBOIM records

Contributors

Cello: Frederic Lodeon
Piano: Dalton Baldwin
Piano: Franck Symphonic
Unknown: Daniel Barenboim

: David Munrow

directing the EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON Morley Dances from the First Book of Consort Lessons (1599) Dufay Chansons: Ce moys de mai; Le belle se siet
Thibaut IV of Navarre Dou tres douz non
Colin Muset Quandje voy yver retourner anon English Dance
Purcell Fantasia upon a ground anon 0 death, rock me asleep anon Istampitta tre fontane records

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Muset Quandje

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Bruch Concerto for viola and clarinet
NOBUKO IMAI, THEA KING
LSO/ALUN FRANCIS
Reicha Wind Quintet in c, Op 91 No 1
MEMBERS OF THE BERLIN PO James Galway (flute) Lothar Koch (oboe)
Karl Leister (clarinet)
Gunther Piesk (bassoon) Gerd Seifert (horn)
Goldmark Violin Concerto in A minor, Op 28 NATHAN MILSTEIN
PHILHARMONIA/HARRY BLECH records

Contributors

Unknown: Thea King

: Music Weekly

Introduced by Michael Oliver
A composer on the footplate - some revealing new evidence on the sources of Bruckner's inspiration: by David Elliott
A conversation with the composer Paul Patterson
Charles Ives - the ideas behind the music: Peter Dickinson reviews a new biography.
Frans Brüggen talks about the Orchestra of the 18th Century.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Oliver
Speaker: David Elliott
Guest: Paul Patterson
Reviewer: Peter Dickinson
Speaker: Frans Brüggen
Producer: Graham Sheffield
Producer: Andrew Lyle

: Boris Berman

(piano)
Shostakovich Sonata No 2 (1943) Prokofiev Sonata No 7 (1942)

: Cleveland Orchestra

conducted by Christoph von Dohnanyi John Mack (oboe)
Mendelssohn Symphony No 4, in A (Italian)
Mozart Oboe Concerto in c (K314)
1.5* Interval Reading
1.10* Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, in b minor (Pathetique)

Contributors

Conducted By: Christoph von Dohnanyi
Oboe: John MacK

: Doctor Faust

Opera in three acts Poem and music by Ferruccio Busoni edited and completed by ANTONY BEAUMONT
(sung in the English translation by E J. DENT) (first UK staging)
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA CHORUS chorus-masters MARTIN HANDLEY and DAVID DRUMMOND
ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA ORCHESTRA leader RAYMOND OVENS conducted by MARK ELDER
Part 1: Symphonia; Prelude I; Prelude 11
Part 2: Scenic Intermezzo; Scene I Part 3: Symphonic Intermezzo; Scene II; Final Scene (Given on

Contributors

Music By: Ferruccio Busoni
Chorus-Masters: Martin Handley
Chorus-Masters: David Drummond
Leader: Raymond Ovens
Conducted By: Mark Elder
Faust: Thomas Allen
Mephistopheles: Graham Clark
Duchess of Parma/Helen of Troy: Eilene Hannan
Wagner/Gra vis/Master of Ceremonies/Law student: John Connell (bass)
Student from Cracow/Levis/Theology student: Malcolm Rivers (baritone)
Student from Cracow/Asmodus/The brother (a soldier)/Student of natural philosophy: Henry Newman (baritone)
Student fromCracow/Beelzebub: Stuart Kale (tenor)
Megaros/Lieutenant/Duke of Parma/Student: Arthur Davies (tenor)
Student: Anthony Cunningham (baritone)

: New Premises

Presented by Stephen Games Producers FRASER STEEL and SAM COLLYNS

Contributors

Presented By: Stephen Games
Producers: Fraser Steel
Producers: Sam Collyns

: Maurizio Pollini

(piano)
Part 1 Schubert
Sonata in A major (D 959)

: * The Man Who Belonged to Nothing

Panait Istrati 's homeland was Romania, his literary language a laboriously learned French, the theme of his novels a colourfully nomadic life. Tony Hunt , Reader in French at the University of St Andrews, reflects on the paradoxical nature of a man who culturally, linguistically and nationally was a traveller, and on why he refused to belong.

Contributors

Unknown: Panait Istrati
Reader: Tony Hunt

: * Maurizio Pollini

Part 2 Beethoven
Sonata in E major, Op 109; Sonata in c minor, Op 111

: The Bet

by ANTON CHEKHOV translated by RONALD WILKS Read by Struan Rodger Producer MAURICE LEITCH

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Chekhov
Translated By: Ronald Wilks
Read By: Struan Rodger
Producer: Maurice Leitch

: Brighton Festival 1986

The closing concert direct from The Dome,
Brighton Alison Hargan (soprano)
Alfreda Hodgson (contralto) Brighton Festival Chorus
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra , leader felix KOK conducted by Simon Rattle Mahler Symphony No 2, in c minor (Resurrection)

Contributors

Soprano: Brighton Alison Hargan (soprano)
Contralto: Alfreda Hodgson (contralto)
Leader: Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Leader: Felix Kok
Conducted By: Simon Rattle

: The Quality of Cabinet Government

5: The Unknown Premiership In the last of this series Lord Home of the Hirsel talks to
Peter Hennessy about the ideas he developed during his year as Prime Minister for making Cabinet government more efficient.
Producer ANNE WINDER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hennessy

: Pierre Boulez

Second of three programmes from the 60th birthday tribute presented by the South-West German Radio last year
Introduced by Paul Griffiths PI-HSIEN CHEN (piano)
BERNHARD WAMBACH (piano) Notations; Sonata No 3; Structures, Book 2

Contributors

Introduced By: Paul Griffiths
Piano: Pi-Hsien Chen

: Medici String Quartet

Mozart String Quartet in D minor (K 421)
Beethoven String Quartet in F, Op 18 No 1. BBC Manchester

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