Introduction to Calculus: Exam
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Delius A Song of Summer LSOJOHNBARBIROLLI
7.12* Ravel Pavane pour une infante defunte
VLADO PERLEMUTER (piano)
7.18* Josef Strauss Waltz : Spharen-Klange
VIENNA PO WILLI BOSKOVSKY
7.35 Vaughan Williams Romance in D flat, for harmonica, strings and piano TOMMY REILLY (harmonica)
7.42* Bach Concerto in G minor (BWV 1058), for keyboard and string orchestra ENGLISH CONCERT TREVOR PINNOCK
7.56* Glazunov Symphony No 1 in E: BAVARIAN RSO/NEEME JARVI Records
led by IAIN KING conducted by JORG FAERBER DAVID HASLAM (flute)
GEORGE MACDONALD (clarinet) Mozart Symphony No 13 inF(Kll2)
Danzi Concertante in B flat Haydn Symphony No 80 in D minor
Introduced by Richard Osborne Record Review
Building a Library:
Haydn's Nelson Mass by Stephen Dodgson.
David Nice reviews Strauss's opera Die Frau ohne Schatten , conducted by Wolfgang SawaUisch.
Michael Kennedy talks about new releases of music by Britten and Bridge.
10.40* Record Release
Bridge Phantasy in F sharp minor: DARTINGTON PIANO TRIO with PATRICK IRELAND (viola)
Britten A.M.D.G. LONDON SINFONIETTA CHORUS;
Edward Seekerson talks to Arthur Moorhead, Vice President of the enterprising American label, New World Records.
William Bolcom Symphony No 4 JOAN morris (mezzo-soprano) SAINT LOUIS SO LEONARD SLATKIN
12.03* Haydn Trio in c minor (H xv 13): PATRICK COHEN (piano) ERICH HOBARTH (violin) CHRISTOPHE COIN (cello)
12.26* Mozart Symphony No 39 in E flat (K 543) VIENNA PO JAMES LEVINE Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
Transcriptions, Paraphrases, Reminiscences (3)
Verdi Miserere (II trovatore); Danza sacra et duetto final (Aida); Concert paraphrase: Rigoletto: MARTINO TIRIMO (R)
... a stirring creation, full of charm, wit and beauty
... Mr Adams does for the arpeggio what McDonalds did for the hamburger. NEW YORK TIMES Opera by John Adams to a libretto by ALICE GOODMAN in PETER SELLARS 'S production for the Houston Grand Opera.
Presented by Derek Watson
HOUSTON OPERA CHORUS
SCOTTISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA led by JOHN DOIG conducted by THE COMPOSER Act
2.50* Act 2
3.50* Act 3
Between the acts John Adams talks to Andrew Porter , music critic of the New Yorker.
(Given last Monday in the Edinburgh Playhouse in association with the Scotsman Festival Fund, as part of the EdinburghInternationalFestival) 0 HEAR THIS! page 14
Introduced by Peter Clayton
Sheridan Morley (in the Chair) talks with Michael Coveney
Peter Kemp and Marina Warner. The Bite of the Night by Howard Barker at the Pit, Barbican,
London; the Timewatch special Shadow of the Ripper (BBC 2, last Wednesday); new paintings by Howard Hodgkin at the Waddington Galleries, London; Peter Greenaway 's film Drowning by Numbers
The Captain and the Enemy, a novel by Graham Greene. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
The second of four programmes LYNDA RICHARDSON (soprano)
CAPRICORN conducted by SIMON BAINBRIDGE
Milhaud La Creation du monde Ives The Unanswered Question Simon Bainbridge Landscapes and Magic Words
(first broadcast performance)
live from the Royal Albert Hall , London
ORCHESTRA led by BELA DEKANY conducted by GUNTER WAND Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor (K 550)
7.55* The Private Tchaikovsky David Brown uncovers some programmatic elements and borrowings which lie behind the late symphonies.
8.15* Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
During the last year, about 300 sufferers from Parkinson's disease have received transplants of cells into their brains. The grafts come either from their own adrenal glands, or from aborted foetuses.
Some surgeons have claimed dramatic improvements in their patients. Others say they have seen no change.
Georgina Ferry examines the scientific evidence, and considers the ethical questions surrounding the introduction of new treatments.
Producer DEBORAH COHEN
directed by CHARLES MEDLAM (cello) EMMA KIRKBY (soprano)
Georg Muffat Sonata No 5 in G (Armonico tributo)
Buxtehude 0 clemens, 0 mitis; 0 Gottes Stadt (Bux wv 82 and 87) Biber Serenade in c (Nightwatchman)
Handel Quartet in G (arranged from Trio Sonata, Op 5 No 4)
Vivaldi Motet: In furore (rv 626) (Given in September 1987 in the Parish Church ofSt Nicholas, Arundel, as part of the Arundel Festival)
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by GEORGE HURST MORAY WELSH (cello)
Edward Harper Intrada
William Boyce Symphony No 1 in B flat
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor BBCScotland