played by PETER HURFORD on the organ of the Domkirche, St Pblten, Austria.
The last of seven programmes.
Prelude in E flat (BWV 552a) Chorale preludes:
Aus tiefer Not schrei' ich zu dir (BWV 686); Jesus Christus unser Heiland (BWV 688)
Fugue in E flat (BWV 552b) (R)
Series producer WILLIAM ROBSON
Jiri Novak (violin)
Lubomir Kostecky (violin) Milan Skampa (viola)
Antonin Kohout (cello) The first of six programmes surveying the recorded repertoire of this quartet, founded 45 years ago, and undertaking its final concert tour this year. Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (Lark) Martinu Madrigal No 2, for violin and viola
Smetana String Quartet No 1 in E minor
(From My Life) Records Series producer
Gretry, arr Beecham
Ballet music: Zemire et Azor
Quantz Horn Concerto No 3 in E flat
BARRY TUCKWELL (horn) ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-
THE-FIELDS directed by IONA BROWN
Strauss Deutsche Motette STOCKHOLM CHAMBER CHOIR STOCKHOLM RADIO CHOIR/
Moeran Violin Concerto JOHN GEORGIADIS (violin) LSO/VERNON HANDLEY
Milhaud La Cheminee du Roi Rene
ORCHESTRA WIND QUINTET Scriabin Prometheus VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY (piano)
LPO/LORIN MAAZEL. Records
with Michael Oliver. A Pole Apart:
Adrian Thomas introduces the music of Henryk Mikolay Gorecki. William Baines , Composer and Reviser:
Fiona Richards explores the changing face of Baines's Piano Sonata. Authentic Elgar?:
Robert Philip considers some questions of 20th-century performance practice as revealed through the composer's recordings.
Producer ANDREW LYLE
conducted by TADAAKIOTAKA
(In association with Fairclough Building Ltd. Wales Division)
0 See David Gillard , left
Mozart Sonata in B flat (K333)
Copland, arr Bernstein El salon Mexico
Christopher Hope , whose latest novel My Chocolate Redeemer is published this week, talks with Hermione Lee.
JUKKA SAVIJOKI (guitar) CHAMELEON
Haydn Quartet, Op 2 No 2, for guitar, violin, viola and cello
Schubert Quartet (D 96), for guitar, flute, viola and cello. BBC Pebble Mill (R)
The final programme in a series of Handel oratorios. La Resurrezione:
This two-act oratorio was first performed in Rome on Easter Day 1708, in front of a specially constructed stage depicting the Resurrection. ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC/
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD Records
Series producer GRAHAM DIXON
ALBAN BERG QUARTET with PHILIPPE ENTREMONT (piano)
Mozart Quartet in B flat (K 589)
Schoenberg String Trio, Op 45
5.30 Interval Reading
5.35 Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 44
The Last Supper, at which Jesus instituted the Holy Communion, took place during the Jewish festival of Passover.
The precise relationship between the two events has long been a source of argument among theologians.
Margaret Horsfield discusses with scholars the origins of the Christian Eucharist. Producer DAVID WINTER
led by RODNEY FRIEND conducted by ALEXANDER LAZAREV
Sibelius Symphony No 1
7.35 Interval Reading
7.40 Tchaikovsky Suite No 3 in G
(Given on 28 February at the Corn Exchange, Bedford)
Boccherini Quartet in A, Op 32 No 6 (G 206)
Stachowski Quartet No 3 (1988) (first broadcast) BBC Bristol
The last of seven programmes presented by David Melling.
In the Vespers of Love the faithful are called to embrace one another, exchanging the greeting Christ is risen. Records. Series producer GRAHAM DIXON
The last of eight programmes played by ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano). Book 2: Preludes and Fugues in B minor;
D major; E minor; G major; A minor; c major BBC Pebble Mill (R)
recorded in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.
Introit: Haec dies (Sheppard)
Psalm 118 (Hurford)
Lesson (RSV): Exodus 14, vv 5-31
Office Hymn (AMNS 73): Ye choirs of new Jerusalem
Canticles: The Chichester Service (Walton)
Lesson: John 20, vv 11-23
Anthem: Dum transisset sabbatum (Taverner)
Carol: This joyful Eastertide (arr Wood)
Organ Voluntary: Choral improvisation sur Ie 'Victimae paschali' (Tournemire)
Organist and director of Music:
The first of two programmes played by PETER DICKINSON.
Alun Hoddinott Sonatina Dickinson Five Diversions Duke Ellington Prelude to a Kiss; Sophisticated Lady; It Don't Mean a Thing