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: Morning Concert

Chaminade Flute Concertino
JAMES GALWAY, RPO/CHARLES DUTOIT
7.08* Poulenc Sextet:
NASH ENSEMBLE
7.30 News
7.35 Mendelssohn Symphony No 10 in B minor for strings IMUSICI
7.48* Liszt St Francis of Assisi Preaching to the Birds ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
7.59* Beethoven Symphony
No 1 in C: CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA/
LORIN MAAZEL Records

Contributors

Unknown: Liszt St Francis
Piano: Alfred Brendel

: News

: Composers of the Week

Sullivan In memoriam
CBSO/VIVIAN DUNN. Record Te Deum: TERESA CAHILL (soprano): BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
LONDON CHORAL SOCIETY/RONALD CORP

Contributors

Soprano: Teresa Cahill

: Nobilissima Visione

Hindemith Suite: Nobilissima visione: RPO/JAMES DE PREIST
9.48* Debussy Studies (Book 1) GORDON FERGUS-THOMPSON (piano)
10.10* Debussy Three Ballades de Villon
MICHAEL GEORGE (bass-baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
10.22* Hindemith Three pieces ANDREA HESS (cello)
KATHRON STURROCK (piano)
10.45* Chausson Symphony in B flat, Op 20: PARIS CONSERVATOIRE ORCHESTRA/ROBERT DENZLER
11.17* Debussy Studies (Book 2) GORDON FERGUS-THOMPSON (piano)
11.47* Hindemith Symphony:
Mathis der Maler (Movement 2)
CZECH PO/OSKAR DANON Producer PAUL SPICER BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Bass-Baritone: Michael George
Cello: Andrea Hess
Piano: Kathron Sturrock
Producer: Paul Spicer

: BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra

led by JAMES CLARK conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON Holst Egdon Heath
Walton, arr Christopher Palmer Symphonic suite:
Troilus and Cressida. BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown: James Clark
Conducted By: Bryden Thomson

: Summoned by Bells

5: Private School Mono (R)
(Chapter 6 on Holiday Monday)

: News

: A Haydn Festival

The fifth of nine programmes. ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano) AURELE NICOLET (flute)
YUUKO SHIOKAWA (violin) STEVEN ISSERLIS (cello) TAKACSQUARTET
Piano Trio in D (H xv 24)
Divertimentos for flute, violin and cello in c (H iv 8); and G (H IV 9)
Piano Trio in F sharp minor (H IV 26)
1.55* Interval Reading
2.00* Trio for piano, flute and cello in D (H xv 16)
String Quartet in B flat, Op 76 No 4 (Sunrise)
(Given on 3 September in the Wigmore Hall, London)

Contributors

Piano: Andras Schiff
Cello: Steven Isserlis

: C. P. E. Bach

Four Weihnachtslieder: EMMA KIRKBY (soprano)
LINDA NICHOLSON (fortepiano) BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Soprano: Emma Kirkby
Soprano: Linda Nicholson

: Rubinstein on Record

The ninth of 12 programmes, featuring the recorded legacy Of ARTUR RUBINSTEIN. Introduced by Graham Sheffield .
Chopin Scherzo No 1 in B minor; Waltz in A flat, Op 34 No 1; Waltz in c sharp minor, Op 64 No 2; Sonata No 3 in B minor, Op 58; Waltzes in G flat, F minor and D flat, Op 70; Four Ballades Records

Contributors

Unknown: Artur Rubinstein.
Introduced By: Graham Sheffield

: Eric Hill

(guitar) with the JOHN HORLER TRIO.
Introduced by Charles Fox.
Boiling Concerto for classical guitar and jazz trio
5.15* Charles Fox talks with Eric Hill.
5.20* Villa-Lobos Suite populaire bresilienne
Horler 3-4 Peace; Evans' Song Clifford Brown Joy Spring
Wes Montgomery West Coast Blues
(Given during the 1987 Wavendon All-Music Course)

Contributors

Unknown: John Horler
Introduced By: Charles Fox.

: Mariano Stabile

(1888-1968)
Lord Harewood introduces records by the great Italian baritone. Mono (R)

: News

: Danie L O'Herliby

A Life in </!e CMfMM
Second of two conversations with PhUip French (R)

: The Friday Play: The Rescue

by Edward Sackville-West after Homer's "Odyssey".
Music by Benjamin Britten.
8.40-8.45* Reading from "Eddy: The Life of Edward Sackville-West" by Michael Delanoye

Contributors

Writer: Edward Sackville-West
Music: Benjamin Bntten
Musicians: BBC Concert Orchestra
Leader: Gwyneth Barkham
Singers: BBC Singers
Conductor: Simon Joly
Director: Ian Cotterell
Director: Chris de Souza
Author (interval reading): Michael Delanoye
Odysseus: Richard Pasco
Penelope: Anna Massey
Phemius: Godfrey Kenton
Mentor: Laurence Payne
Eurymachus: Michael Deacon
Halitherses: Paul Gregory
His Wife: Polly James
Machaon: Stephen Rashbrook
Callidice: Caroline Gruber
Irus: Richard Pearce
Leodes: Simon Cupr
Eurynome: Emily Richard
Telemachus: Simon Hewitt
Euryclea, her nurse: Diana Olsson
Coxswain: Stephen Tompkinson
Eumaeus: Anthony Jackson
Antinous: Brian Sanders
Peisander: Davm Ooodland
Leocritus: Peter Craze
Ctesippus: Paul Sirr
Melanthius: Richard Tate
Medon: John Samson
Athene: Victoria Carling
Athene sung by: Tracey Chadwell (soprano)
Hermes: David Johnston (tenor)
Apollo: Peter Savidge (bantone)
Artemis: Ameral Gunson (mezzo-Soprano)

: To Edward Sackwtite-West....

Britten Serenade, Op 31 PETER PEARS (tenor)
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn) LSO THE COMPOSER. Record

Contributors

Tenor: Peter Pears
Horn: Barry Tuckwell

: Britannia Iriumphans

The sixth of 12 programmes.
Canzonas. dances and divisions by William Brade
PARLEY OF INSTRUMENTS, directed by PETER HOLMAN , MARK CAUDLE

Contributors

Unknown: William Brade
Directed By: Peter Holman

: Composers of the Week

Schubert

: Mewx

: 'amWoMOB

Beherzigung
PETER scHREiER (tenor)
WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH (piano) Record

Contributors

Piano: Wolfgang Sawallisch








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