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: Open University

Rights and Wrongs of Modem Art ┬╗

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: Morning Concert

Sibelius Rakastava , Op 14 HELSINKI CO/LEIF SEGERSTAM
7.16* Nielsen Fynsk Forar , Op 42
INGA NIELSEN (soprano) KIM VON BINZER (tenor) JORGEN KUNT (bass)
UNIVERSITY CHOIR TITLE MUKO'
ST KLEMENS SCHOOL CHILDREN'S
CHOIR
ODENSE SO/TAMAS VETO
7.34* Grieg Holberg Suite, Op 40 ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS/
SIR NEVILLE MARRINER
8.0 News
8.5 Handel Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon)
ST PAUL CO/PINCHAS ZUKERMAN
8.7* Gesualdo Fifth book of Madrigals for five voices, 1611 (excerpts)
CONSORT OF MUSICKE directed by ANTHONY ROOLEY
8.20* Vivaldi Concerto in D minor (RV 565) PINA CARMIBELLI and ANNA MARIA COTOGNE (violins) FRANCESCO STRANO (cello) IMUSICI
8.29* Respighi Suite: Belkis, Queen of Sheba
PHILHARMONIA/GEOFFREY SIMON records

Contributors

Unknown: Sibelius Rakastava
Unknown: Nielsen Fynsk Forar
Tenor: Kim von Binzer
Unknown: Sir Neville Marriner
Directed By: Anthony Rooley

: News

: This Week's Composers

Dussek and Reicha Reicha Minuet for four flutes (Quartet in D, Op 12)
FRANTISEK CECH , VACLAV ZILKA
JAROSLAVJOSIFKO and miloslav KLEMENT Two Fugues
VACLAV JAN SYKORA (piano)
Dussek Fugue a la camera, in G minor, Op 64 No 2 VACLAV JAN SYKORA and ALEX VAN AMERONGEN (piano duet) Concerto in B flat, Op 63, for two pianos and orchestra FRANTISEK MAXIAN and JAN PANENKA
CZECH PO/ZDENEK CHALABALA mono records

Contributors

Unknown: Reicha Reicha Minuet
Unknown: Frantisek Cech
Unknown: Vaclav Zilka
Piano: Alex van Amerongen
Unknown: Frantisek Maxian
Unknown: Jan Panenka

: Debussy and Franck

EDITH VOLCKAERT (violin) MARTIN JONES (piano)
Debussy Sonata in G minor Franck Sonata in A major BBC Wales (R)

Contributors

Violin: Edith Volckaert
Unknown: Franck Sonata

: Raff

Symphony No 5, in E major, Opl77(Lenore)
LSO/BERNARD HERRMANN record

: English Clarinet Music

GERALDINE ALLEN (clarinet) GAVIN MOLE (piano)
Edward German Song Without Words
William Alwyn Sonata
Giles Easterbrook Out of the Purple
BBC Birmingham (R)

Contributors

Unknown: William Alwyn Sonata
Unknown: Giles Easterbrook

: Tchaikovsky

BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by RONALD ZOLLMAN Parti
Polonaise (Eugene Onegin ) Suite: The Sleeping Beauty

Contributors

Leader: Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By: Ronald Zollman
Unknown: Eugene Onegin

: News

: Tchaikovsky

Part 2
Symphony No 1, in G minor (Winter daydreams)
(Given on 21 May in the Concert Hall, SSO Centre, Broadcasting House. Glasgow)
BBC Scotland

: Guitar Encores

played by PAUL GALBRAITH
Ponce Variations on a theme of Cabezon
Bach, arr Galbraith Cello Suite No 6, in D (BWV 1012) (R)

Contributors

Played By: Paul Galbraith

: Beethoven's Rivals

Last of six programmes NASH ENSEMBLE
RICHARD MARKHAM (piano) JANE MACKENZIE (soprano) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
Krommer Wind Partita in E flat, Op71
Cramer Piano Sonata in c, Op22No2
Three settings of Ossian: Schubert Cronnan (D 282); Shilrik und Vinvela (D 293) Zelter Colma
Tomasek Allegro capriccioso in D minor, Op 84 No 1
Krommer Wind Partita in F, Op 57 (R)

Contributors

Piano: Richard Markham
Soprano: Jane MacKenzie

: Chicago Symphony Orchestra

conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas Ives Symphony No 3 (The Camp Meeting)
Gershwin Nocturne for Lily Pons
Varese Arcana (WFMTrecording) (R)

Contributors

Conducted By: Michael Tilson Thomas

: News

: Mainly for Pleasure

Music for the early evening presented by Roger Nichols Producer MARTIN COTTON

Contributors

Presented By: Roger Nichols

: In Honour of the Virgin

Josquin Stabat mater dolorosa, for five voices; Virgo salutiferi; Salve, regina, for five voices; Virgo, prudentissima, for four voices
CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE. OXFORD/
EDWARD HIGGINBOTTOM records

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Higginbottom

: Prokofiev

Sonata No 6, in A minor, Op 82 DMITRI ALEXEEV (piano) BBC Wales (R)

Contributors

Piano: Dmitri Alexeev

: The Light Shines In Darkness

by LEO TOLSTOY adapted by JEREMY BROOKS from a translation by KITTY HUNTER BLAIR with Tolstoy's most autobiographical and least performed play, left unfinished at his death, deals with the tragic effects upon his friends and family of a wealthy landowner's desire to lead a Christian life and give away his estates to the peasants.
MARTIN GOLDSTEIN (piano) First-rate performances ... illuminating specimen of Tolstoy's finalphase.
(TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT)
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS (R)

Contributors

Adapted By: Jeremy Brooks
Translation By: Kitty Hunter Blair
Piano: Martin Goldstein
Directed By: Matthew Walters
Nikolai: Robert Stephens
Maria: Gemma Jones
Alina: Margaret Courtenay
Pyotr: Arnold Diamond
Fr Vassily: Geoffrey Beevers
Lyuba: Helena Breck
Lisa: Melinda Walker
Stepan: Simon Hewitt
Vanya/Corporal: John Webb
Princess Cheremshanova: Gwen Cherrell
Boris: Sam Dastor
Ivan/General: Willlam Eedle
Pelagya: Anne Jameson
Tonya/Malashka: Jenny Funnell
Carpenter/Doctor: Gregory de Polnay
Colonel/Mikhail: Trevor Nichols
Fr Gerasim: John Forbes-Robertson
Captain: Graham Blockey
Security Gendarme: Colin Starkey

: London Symphony Orchestra

London Symphony Chorus
Rosalind Plowright (soprano)
Kathleen Kuhlman (mezzo-sop) David Rendall (tenor) John Tomlinson (bass) conducted by Richard Hickox Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Kodaly Psalmus hungaricus
10.5* Interval Reading
10.10* Rossini Stabat mater (Given earlier this evening at the Barbican Hall, London, in association with Ash Marketing for the CEGB)

Contributors

Soprano: Rosalind Plowright
Soprano: Kathleen Kuhlman
Tenor: David Rendall
Bass: John Tomlinson
Conducted By: Richard Hickox
Unknown: Kodaly Psalmus
Unknown: Rossini Stabat

: Joseph Silverstein

(violin) with Andrew Wolf (piano)
The first of two programmes of Brahms's music for violin and piano
Scherzo in c minor;
Sonata in G major, Op 78 (WCRB recording) (R)

Contributors

Piano: Andrew Wolf

: News









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