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Vivaldi Concerto in D (RV 549)
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (harpsichord)
7.08* Schubert Auf dem
Strom ANNELIESE ROTHENBERGER (SOpranO) NORBERT HAUPTMANN (horn)
GUNTHER WEISSENBORN (piano)
7.17* Beethoven Romance No 2 in F: ARTHUR GRUMIAUX (violin)
NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA/
EDO DE WAART
7.35 Borodin Nocturne (Quartet No 2 in D): QUARTETTO ITALIANO
7.45* Eigar Introduction and Allegro: SINFONIA OF LONDON/ JOHN BARBIROLLI
7.59* Offenbach, arr Rosenthal Ballet: Gaite parisienne
PHLHARMONIA/HERBERT VON KARAJAN
Piano Quintet in F minor AMADEUS STRING QUARTET
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH (piano)
Wie Melodien; Wir wandelten; Der Tod, das ist die kiihle
Nacht; Fragen: JESSYE NORMAN , DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU
MARGARET PRICE , EDITH MATHIS BRIGITTE FASSBAENDER
PETER SCHREIER. Records
led by CHRISTOPHER HIRONS conducted by CHRISTOPHER ADEY Christopher Bunting Concerto for cello and strings THE COMPOSER (cello)
(first broadcast performance) Wagner Siegfried Idyll
C. P. E . Bach Fantasia No 6 in c (Wq59)
Haydn Sonata in E flat (H xvi 49) C. P. E. Bach Rondo No 5 in B flat (Wq 58)
JOS VAN IMMERSEEL (piano)
C. P. E
C. P. E.
Third Cornhill Test
Commentary on the second day's play
1.10 Call the Commentators Lines open from
11.00am on [number removed]. 1.30* County Scoreboard
3.45* At the Bookstall
Some more suggestions for a cricket lover's reading list.
4.00* Commentary and close of play summary
played by ARIE ABBENES , TODD FAIR , JACQUES MAASSEN and BERNARD winsemius on four famous instruments in the Netherlands, homeland of the carillon.
ERNST KOVACIC (violin) BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by SERGIU comissiona Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka (1947 version)
12.00* Interval Reading
12.05* Barber Violin Concerto Gershwin An American in Paris
JOHN GOUGH (piano) Mozart Sonata in c (K 330) Manuel de Falla Pieces espagnoles Faure Theme and Variations, Op 73 Pierre Sancan Toccata (1943)
Two works by Frank Martin connected with Shakespeare's The Tempest Five Songs of Ariel STOCKHOLM CHAMBER CHOIRI ERIC ERICSON Three Fragments (Der Sturm) DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone) BERUN PO/THE COMPOSER. Records
GIDON KREMER (violin) KIM KASHKASHIAN (viola) YO YO MA (cello) Beethoven Serenade in D, Op 8 Schnittke Trio (1985)
3.35* Interval Reading
3.40* Mozart Divertimento in E flat (K 563) (Swiss Radio recording)
DAVID TITTERINGTON plays the organ of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford Buxtehude Praeludium in c (Bux wv 137); Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt (Bux wv 183); Praeludium in G minor (Bux wv 148); Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (Bux wv 180) Petr Eben Toccata-Fugue(1987) (in homage to Diderik Buxtehude) BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Michael Berkeley Producer MURRAY KHOURI
Francis Wilford-Smith concludes his series looking at the role of the piano in the blues with some emotional and moving performances.
CURTIS HENRY 'S County Jail Blues; MAMA AND JIMMY YANCEY 'S
Make Me a Pallet on the Floor; OTIS SPANN 'S This Is the Blues; Brown-Skin Girls by CRIPPLE CLARENCE LOFTON and BIG BILL BROONZY.
Series producer DEREK DRESCHER
The Friday programme on the performing arts Producer NED CHAILLET
by FRANCOISE CAMPO-TIMAL translated by BARBARA BRAY with Cheryl Campbell as the Woman
Tomorrow, corpse, I'll stop bringing you water.
And you must learn, corpse, to do without rice.
From tomorrow I turn my back on you.
Here ends my long fidelity.
While I go back to the company ofmen,
You must lie in the midst of our dead.
Vietnam after the Second World War is a place of violence and confusion; and for the daughter of a French engineer living there, it leaves a terrifying legacy.
Grandmother......ROSEMARY LEACH Psychologist .......LAURENCE PAYNE Vietnamese adviser LIEN WARDER Directed by TIM SUTER (R)
The three singing ladies of Rome, two daughters and their mother from the Baroni family, earned admiration from many poets, including John Milton.
The programme re-creates their repertory with works by Monteverdi, as well as Roman composers, foremost among whom were Stefano Landi , Luigi Rossi and Domenico Mazzocchi.
JILL FELDMAN , JUDITH NELSON and ISABELLE POULENARD (sopranos) KONRAD JUNGHANEL (theorbo) ERIN HEADLEY
(viola da gamba/lirone) ANDREW LAWRENCE-KING (triple harp)
Peter Barker reads from a speech given by FRANCISCO IGNACIO SOLANO at the opening of a music school in Lisbon in 1779.
The Survival of the Symphony: What Musicians Have Done to Music
Alexander Goehr , composer and Professor of Music in the University of Cambridge, takes part in a discussion of his ideas about the fate of both classical and contemporary music. With composer and critic Bayan Northeott , conductor Richard Bernas and orchestral manager David Richardson.
Chaired by Jeremy Isaacs , General Director-designate of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Producer LOUISE PURSLOW
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Boccherini Symphonies in D and A; Cello Concerto in c