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: Morning Concert

Kraus Ballet suite: Fiskarena
STOCKHOLM ROYALOPERA ORCHESTRA/
CHARLESFARNCOMBE
7.23* Michel Corrette Le Phenix KIM WALKER (bassoon)
ROGER BIRNSTINGL (bassoon) CARLO COLOMBO (bassoon) DARYL NIXON (harpsichord) CLÉNA STEIN (double bass)
7.31* Liszt Symphonic poem: Hungaria
KARL SASKE (violin)
LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA/ KURT MASUR
8.0 News
8.5 Part Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten WURTTEMBERG COI
DENNIS RUSSELL DAVIES
8.9* Berkeley Divertimento in B flat, Op 18
LPO/THE COMPOSER
8.27* Schubert Symphony No 1 in D (Mono)
RPO/THOMAS BEECHAM Records

Contributors

Bassoon: Kim Walker
Bassoon: Roger Birnstingl
Bassoon: Carlo Colombo
Harpsichord: Daryl Nixon
Violin: Leipzig Gewandhaus
Unknown: Kurt Masur
Unknown: Benjamin Britten
Unknown: Wurttemberg Coi
Unknown: Dennis Russell Davies

: This Week's Composer

Zemlinsky Sinfonietta , Op 23
BERLIN RSO/BERNHARD KLEE
String Quartet No 4, Op 25 LA SALLE QUARTET. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Zemlinsky Sinfonietta
Unknown: La Salle

: Langham Chamber Orchestra

led by ROLF WILSON conducted by ODALINE DE LA MARTINEZ
GRAHAM SHEEN (baSSOOn)
Villa-Lobos Ciranda das Sete Notas, for bassoon and string orchestra
Roussel Sinfonietta, for string orchestra
Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat (K 191)

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Wilson
Conducted By: Odaline de la Martinez
Bassoon: Graham Sheen
Bassoon: Villa-Lobos Ciranda

: American Flute Music

played by JAMES DOWER with JOHN LENEHAN (piano) Copland Duo
Barber Canzone, Op 38 Piston Sonata BBC Wales

Contributors

Played By: James Dower
Piano: John Lenehan

: English Songs

HILARY THOMAS (soprano) KEITH SWALLOW (piano)
George Butterworth A lawyer he went out; The cuckoo; Tarry Trousers (Folk Songs from Sussex)
Delius To daffodils; So white, so soft, so sweet is she (Four Old English Lyrics)
John Joubert Six Poems of Emily Bronte BBC Manchester

Contributors

Piano: George Butterworth
Unknown: John Joubert

: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra

led by ANDREW ORTON conducted by ALBERT ROSEN EUGENE SARBU (violin) CARLOS BONELL (guitar) Parti
Strauss Symphonic poem: Don Juan
Lalo Symphonie espagnole, for violin and orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Orton
Conducted By: Albert Rosen
Violin: Eugene Sarbu
Guitar: Carlos Bonell
Unknown: Don Juan
Unknown: Lalo Symphonie

: News

: BBC PO

Part 2
Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio espagnol
(Given on 25 June in the Assembly Rooms. Derby)

: Rachmaninov

Sonata in G minor. Op 19 COLIN CARR (cello)
JULIAN JACOBSON (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Julian Jacobson

: David Bedford at 50

Second of six programmes
A Song to the Setting Sun (1986) (from the soundtrack to Rigel 9) SARAH DUTHIE (soprano)
DAVID BEDFORD (keyboards) BARNET SCHOOLS CHOIR directed by MAXWELL PRYCE (first broadcast) Record
Sextet for piano and winds (1981)
ENDYMION ENSEMBLE (first broadcast)
The Golden Wine Is Drunk (1974): BBC SINGERS conducted by JOHN POOLE
Symphony for 12 Musicians (1981): ENDYMION ENSEMBLE (first broadcast)
(Third programme next Tuesday)

Contributors

Soprano: Sarah Duthie
Directed By: Maxwell Pryce
Conducted By: John Poole

: Hamburg and Saxony

In the second of two programmes, ALAN CUCKSTON plays music from two related areas of Germany on a copy of a Zell harpsichord made in Hamburg in 1728 Telemann Overture No 2 in A Johann Krieger Fantasia and Partita in c anon Giacona in G minor

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Cuckston
Unknown: Johann Krieger Fantasia

: Choral Evensong

recorded in Tewkesbury Abbey Introit: Deus, Deus meus (Hassler)
Versicles and Responses (Smith) Psalm 49 (Goss)
Lessons (RSV): Nehemiah 9, w 1-23; Romans 13
Canticles: Short Service (Tallis) Anthem: Deus noster refugium (Hassler)
Hymn (EH 267): Glory to thee, my God, this night
Organ voluntary: Ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la (Bull) EXON SINGERS conducted by CHRISTOPHER TOLLEY Organist ANDREW LUMSDEN BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Conducted By: Christopher Tolley
Organist: Andrew Lumsden

: Mainly for Pleasure

Why Do You Always... ?
Fritz Spiegl investigates some personal, period, as well as national, musical mannerisms. Producer PAUL HINDMARSH BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Fritz Spiegl

: News

: Proms 87

direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London LUCY SHELTON (soprano) ROGER CHASE (viola)
HELEN TUNSTALL (harp)
LONDON SINFONIETTA VOICES chorusmaster TERRY EDWARDS LONDON SINFONIETTA conducted by DIEGO MASSON Parti
Debussy Danse sacree et danse profane
Ravel Three Poems of Stephane
Mallarme Satie , arr Harrison Birtwistle Mercure - Poses plastiques

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Harp: Helen Tunstall
Unknown: Terry Edwards
Conducted By: Diego Masson
Unknown: Mallarme Satie

: * Sequenzas, Chemins and Souvenirs

David Osmond-Smith looks at the current state of Italian instrumental music and considers the works of two of its leading figures: Berio and Donatoni.

Contributors

Unknown: David Osmond-Smith

: * Proms 87

Part 2
Franco Donatoni Tema (first UK performance)
Luciano Berio Chemins n Dallapiccola Three Greek Lyrics

Contributors

Unknown: Luciano Berio Chemins

: * On Mahagonny-Songspiel

John Deathridge talks about the background to the piece and its transition into an opera.

Contributors

Talks: John Deathridge

: * Proms 87

Part 3
Johann Strauss (son), arr Schoenberg Waltz:
Roses from the South
Weill Mahagonny-Songspiel ('Omnibus at the Proms' tonight at
10.25 on BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: Johann Strauss

: Adi and Edi

by JELENA KAHOUT translated by HUGH RORRISON with and Edi will do anything for Adi except keep his mouth shut.
When the truth of Edi's identity
"ecomes known, the police begin to take a keen interest.
They could just do with someone who can keep his nose close to the ground and the crime world off his tail.... directed by JEREMY MORTIMER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jelena Kahout
Translated By: Hugh Rorrison
Directed By: Jeremy Mortimer
Adi: David Gooderson
Edi: Jonathan Tafler
Manager: Brian Hewlett
First crook: Brian Hewlett
InsPector: Stuart Organ
Ambulance man: Stuart Organ
Superintendent: Henry Stamper
Doctor: Henry Stamper
Pensioner: Jonathan Scott
Commissioner: Jonathan Scott
Waiter: James Goode
Second crook: James Goode
First dissident: Natasha Pyne
Manager's wife: Natasha Pyne
second dissident: Elaine Claxton
Desk sergeant: Elaine Claxton

: Haydn Piano Trios

In E flat minor (H xv 31); c major w xv 21); E flat major (H xv 30) RAPHAEL TRIO
Daniel Epstein (piano)
Charles Castleman (violin)
SUsan Salm (cello)

Contributors

Piano: Daniel Epstein
Violin: Charles Castleman
Cello: Susan Salm

: Walter Leigh

Overture: Agincourt NEW PHILHARMONIA/
NiCHOLAS BRAITHWAITE. Record

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Braithwaite.

: News









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