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: Morning Concert

Rameau Suite: Dardanus
ORCHESTRA OF THE 18TH CENTURY/
FRANSBRUGGEN
7.16* Borodin Overture:
Prince Igor PHILHARMONIA /
CONSTANTIN SILVESTRI
7.30 News
7.35 Schubert Sonata (D 537) WILHELM KEMPFF (piano)
7.54* Stravinsky Symphony in C: SUISSE ROMANDE ORCHESTRAl
CHARLES DUTOIT
8.22* Satie Allons-y Chochotte JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
JOHN CONSTABLE (piano) Records

Contributors

Unknown: Prince Igor Philharmonia

: News

: Composers of the Week

Handel
Water Music: Suite No 2 in D
ENGLISH BAROQUE SOLOISTS/
JOHN ELIOT GARDINER
Passacaglia (Suite No 7 in G minor) (1720)
COLIN TILNEY (harpsichord)
Esther: Overture; Tune Your Harps; Scene 6
PAUL ELLIOTT (tenor) DAVID THOMAS (bass)
PATRIZIA KWELLA (soprano)
ANTHONY ROLFE JOHNSON (tenor) IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL BOYS
CHOIR
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC/
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD Records

Contributors

Soloists: John Eliot Gardiner
Soprano: Patrizia Kwella
Tenor: Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Unknown: Christopher Hogwood

: Music for Piano

played by MARTIN HUGHES
C.P.E. Bach Sonata in F minor, Wq57No6
Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op2Nol BBC Bristol

Contributors

Played By: Martin Hughes

: Christoph von Dohnanyi

conducts Mendelssohn
Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish)
VIENNA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Record

: Haydn

TAKACS QUARTET
Gabor Takacs Nagy (violin) Karoly Schranz (violin) Gabor Ormai (viola) Andras Fejer (cello)
String Quartet in F, Op 77 No 2 BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Violin: Takacs Nagy
Violin: Karoly Schranz
Viola: Gabor Ormai
Cello: Andras Fejer

: Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

conducted by I'AAVO BERGLUND with EMANUEL AX (piano)
Schumann Overture: Manfred Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in c minor
12.10* Interval Reading
12.15* Nielsen Symphony No 5 BBC Bristol (R)

: News

: Birmingham Lunchtime Concert

live from Studio 1, Birmingham The singer MITSUKO SHIRAI and the pianist HARTMUT HOLL perform a selection of Wolfs Mbrike Lieder BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Singer: Mitsuko Shirai
Pianist: Hartmut Holl

: Love, Time and the Tristan Myth

Messiaen Turangalila Symphony
YVONNE LORIOD (piano)
JEANNE LORIOD (Ondes Martenot)
NORTH GERMAN RADIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by HORST STEIN
(North German Radio recording)

Contributors

Piano: Jeanne Loriod
Conducted By: Horst Stein

: Dvorak

String Quintet in G, Op 77 HANSON STRING QUARTET with DUNCAN MCTIER (double-bass) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Double-Bass: Duncan McTier

: Leighton and Hindemith

ERIC PARKIN (piano)
Leighton Five Studies, Op 22
Hindemith Sonata No 3 in B flat Leighton Conflicts - Fantasy on Two Themes, Op 51 BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Piano: Eric Parkin

: Mainly for Pleasure

Presented by Brian Wright Producer RAY ABBOTT

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Wright
Producer: Ray Abbott

: Bandstand

CITY OF LONDON WIND ENSEMBLE conducted by GEOFFREY BRAND John Ireland A Maritime Overture
Bryan Kelly An Oxford Scherzo George Lloyd The Forest of Arden (first broadcast) BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conducted By: Geoffrey Brand John Ireland
Unknown: Bryan Kelly

: News

: The Love for Three Oranges

A direct relay of the new Opera North production of Prokofiev's opera from the Grand Theatre, Leeds in a new English translation by DAVID LLOYD JONES. A Prince is dying of melancholy. He is cured by laughing at the witch, Fata
Morgana, and she curses him to fall in love with three oranges and pursue them to the ends of the earth.... (bass) (tenor) (tenor) (baritone) (baritone) (contralto) (bass) (soprano) (soprano) (bass) (bass)
Princesses in the three oranges: * (soprano) (mezzo-soprano) (soprano) (baritone)
OPERA NORTH CHORUS chorusmaster ANTHONY JENNER
ENGLISH NORTHERN PHILHARMONIA led by DAVID GREED conducted by DAVID LLOYD-JONES Before the curtain rises
Chris de Souza talks to Richard Jones about the surreal look of this production, with scenery by the Quay Brothers and costumes by Sue Blane.
7.15 Prologue, Acts 1 and 2 8.15* During the interval, conductor David Lloyd-Jones talks to the composer's son, Oleg Prokofiev ,
8.35* Acts 3 and 4 (In association with Friends of Opera North)

Contributors

Translation By: David Lloyd Jones.
Unknown: Anthony Jenner
Talks: Chris de Souza
Unknown: Richard Jones
Costumes By: Sue Blane.
Conductor: David Lloyd-Jones
Unknown: Oleg Prokofiev
King of Clubs: Mark Glanville
The Prince, his son: Peter Jeffes
Truffaldino, a jester: Paul Harrhy
Pantaloon, the King's advisor: - Alan Oke
Leander, Prime Minister: Andrew Shore
Princess Clarissa, the King's niece .: Patricia Payne
Chelio, a magician: Roger Bryson
Fata Morgana, a witch: Pauline Tinsley
Smeraldina, Fata Morgana's servant: Maria Jagusz
Farfarello, a demon: Mark Lufton
Cook: Richard Angas
Ninetta: Juliet Booth
Linetta: Lesley Roberts
Nocoletta: Victoria Sharp
Herald: Stephen Dowson

: Music in Our Time

Recorded last Friday at the Radio Show, Earls Court, London
Tristan Murail - Random Access Memory (first UK broadcast)
introduced by the composer
L'Ensemble Ittineraire
Tristan Murail (keyboards)
Françoise Pellie (keyboards)
Claude Pavy (guitar/synthesiser)
Francoise Bousch (guitar/synthesiser)
Gerard Bourdieu (drums/synthesiser)
Jean-Guillaume Cattin (percussion)
Eric Daubresse (sound projectionist)

Contributors

Composer/Presenter/Keyboards, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Tristan Murail
Keyboards, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Françoise Pellie
Guitar/Synthesiser, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Claude Pavy
Guitar/Synthesisetr, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Francoise Bousch
Drums/Synthesiser, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Gerard Bourdieu
Percussion, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Jean-Guillaume Cattin
Sound projectionist, L'Ensemble Ittineraire: Eric Daubresse

: Composers of the Week

Saint-Saens
Variations on a theme of Beethoven
Symphonic poem: Le Rouet d.Omphale
Piano Concerto No 5 in F

: News









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