Handel Concerto Grosso in F Op3No4
ENGLISH CONCERT/TREVOR PINNOCK
7.10* Telemann Suite: Don Quixote
ACADEMY FOR ANCIENT MUSIC, BERLIN
7.35 Dvorak Slavonic Rhapsody in D, Op 45 No 1
CZECH PO/VACLAV NEUMANN
7.48* Lortzing Lebe wohl, mein flandrisch Madchen (Zar und Zimmermann)
FRITZ WUNDERLICH (tenor)
INGEBORG HALLSTEIN (SOpranO) BAVARIAN RADIO CHOIR
BAMBERG SO/HANS GIERSTER
7.53* Mendelssohn Quintet in B flat, Op 87
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS CHAMBER ENSEMBLE. Records Producer JOHN EVANS
Carl Nielsen (1865-1931)
Music is life, and, like life, inextinguishable
Helios Overture (1903)
SWEDISH RSO/ESAPEKKA SALONEN Sommersang ; Irmelin Rose (Mono)
AKSEL scmbTZ (tenor) Little Suite (1888)
ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS/NEVILLE MARRINER
Hymnus amoris (1896)
KIRSTEN SCHULTZ (soprano) BODIL GOBEL (soprano) TONNY LANDY (tenor)
BENT NORUP (baritone)
MOGENS SCHMIDT JOHANSEN (bass) HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (bass)
COPENHAGEN BOYS' CHOIR
DANISH RADIO CHORUS AND SO/ MOGENS WOLDIKE. Records
Producer PAUL HINDMARSH
led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by BERNHARD KLEE ELIZABETH LEONSKAJA (piano) Beethoven Overture: Prometheus
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in f minor
Ravel Alborada del gracioso; Pavane pour une infante défunte; Bolero BBC Manchester
direct from St John 's, Smith Square, London DONG SUK KANG (violin) PASCAL DEVOYON (piano) Poulenc Sonata
Grieg Sonata No 3 in c minor Op 45
(Re-broadcast next Sunday)
(Tickets £2.50, available from 11.00am today, or in advance from the Box Office-Tel. [number removed])
Opera in one act
Music by Johann Josef Fux Libretto by PIETRO PARiAn (sung in Italian) (first broadcast)
Written in 1715 to celebrate the birthday of the Austrian
Emperor Charles VI, this opera shows that a ruler's birthday can trigger acts of clemency in others.
LONDON BAROQUE directed by CHARLES MEDLAM (cello)
(Austrian Radio recording from the 1987 Vienna Festival)
(Monteverdi's % Orfeo' on Thursday at 2.00pm)
Eurydice, his dead wife:
Aristaeus, a suitor who has killed himself to remain near her:
Pluto, ruler of the Underworld:
Proserpine, his wife:
played by JOHN SCOTT
Johann Gottfried Walther
Concerto del Signor Tomaso Albinoni
Frescobaldi Toccata avanti il » Recercar; Recercar cromaticho post il Credo (Fiori musicali) Ligeti Ricercare : Omaggio a Frescobaldi
(Given in January 1987 in the Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton University) BBCBristol
Weekly conversations about the visual arts conducted by Julian Spalding , Director of the City Art Gallery, Manchester.
This week Alison Britton , who talks about her own abstract ceramics, and about pottery today.
Producer HANS PIETSCH
The 12th in a series of Programmes featuring the radio orchestras of members of the European Broadcasting Union. ISRAEL RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, JERUSALEM conducted by SERGIU COMISSIONA NATASHA TADSON (piano) direct from the Henry Crown
Concert Hall, Jerusalem Parti
Haim Psalms Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, Op 43
You will be left with nowhere to
flee to, face to face with my killer child, who can slay a thousand Wen with the jawbone of an ass.
Uavid De Keyser reads one of the letters between a divorced husband and wife, which make up the latest, best-selling Israeli novel by Amos Oz.
by EDITH WHARTON second of three programmes compiled by DONALD BANCROFT
The American novelist
Edith Wharton was a close friend of Henry James and her autobiography, A Backward
Glance, gives some fascinating glimpses of the life of a great writer.
Producer PENNY GOLD
Cantata No 18: Gleich wie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fallt
Chorale prelude: In dir ist Freude (Bwv 615)
English Suite No 6 in D minor (BWV 811)
Cantata No 208: Was mir behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd (Hunt Cantata) (excerpts)
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