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: Open University

Ballads, Folksong and the Romantics

: Morning Concert

Offenbach Overture: La Vie parisienne
PHILHARMONIA/MARRINER
7.06 Mozart A Musical Joke: FRANZ LISZT COI JANOS ROLLA

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Liszt Coi
Unknown: Janos Rolla

: News

7.35 Rossini Overture: 11 signor Bruschino NATIONAL PO/CHAILLY
7.41 Satie Sports et divertissements
ANGELA BROWNRIDGE (piano)
7.46 Kreisler La Precieuse; Siciliano and Rigaudon LOLA BOBESCO (violin)
WILHELM HELLWEG (piano)
7.56 Strauss Till
Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW/ BERNARD HAITINK. Records

Contributors

Piano: Angela Brownridge
Piano: Wilhelm Hellweg
Piano: Strauss Till
Unknown: Bernard Haitink.

: The Week on 3

with Donald Macleod Producer PETER BERG

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Producer: Peter Berg

: News

: Schubert Piano Music

played by MARTIN ROSCOE Sonata in E (D 157);
Andante in A (D 604); Scherzo and Trio in D
(D 570); Sonata in A (D 664) BBC Manchester (R)

Contributors

Played By: Martin Roscoe

: Saturday Review

Introduced by Stephen Johnson. Record Review
An edition devoted entirely to new releases. George Pratt reviews vocal music by Purcell and Handel.
Stephen Dodgson on new orchestral issues.
Franz Schmidt 's opera Notre Dame and a Zemlinsky disc reviewed by David Murray.
10.40 Record Release Zemlinsky Symphony in B flat (1897)
BERLIN RSO/CHAILLY
11.27 Purcell Welcome to All the Pleasures (Ode for St Cecilia's Day, 1683)
SOLOISTS; KING'S CONSORT/ ROBERT KING
11.44 Purcell Sonata No 7 in E minor
PURCELL QUARTET
11.52 Handel 0 Be Joyful in the Lord (Chandos
Anthem No 1): SOLOISTS THE SIXTEEN CHOIR AND
ORCHESTRA
HARRY CHRISTOPHERS
12.14 Brahms Violin Concerto in D
SHLOMO MINTZ (violin)
BERLIN PO/CLAUDIO ABBADO Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS

Contributors

Introduced By: Stephen Johnson.
Unknown: George Pratt
Unknown: Stephen Dodgson
Unknown: Franz Schmidt
Reviewed By: David Murray.
Violin: Shlomo Mintz
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

: News

: Third Ear

Taking Issue Chaired by Gillian Reynolds

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Reynolds

: The Mozart Piano Sonatas

In the first of eight programmes,
HANS LEYGRAF plays
Sonatas in C (K 279) and A minor (K 310) Records

Contributors

Unknown: Hans Leygraf

: Venetian Baroque

MONICA HUGGETT and ELIZABETH WALLFISCH (violins)
SOPHIA MCKENNA and VALERIE DARKE (oboes) TIMOTHY MASON (cello)
RAGLAN BAROQUE PLAYERS directed by NICHOLAS KRAEMER
Vivaldi Concerto in G (RV 151) (Alia rustica);
Concerto in A (RV 546), for violin, cello and orchestra Albinoni Concerto in G, Op 9 No 6, for two oboes and orchestra
Vivaldi Concerto in G
(RV 516), for two violins and orchestra (R)

Contributors

Violins: Elizabeth Wallfisch
Violins: Sophia McKenna
Oboes: Valerie Darke
Cello: Timothy Mason
Directed By: Nicholas Kraemer

: From the Proms, 1988

SALVATORE ACCARDO (violin)
LONDON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA led by STEPHEN BRYANT conducted by ANDREW LITTON
Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor

Contributors

Violin: Salvatore Accardo
Unknown: Stephen Bryant
Conducted By: Andrew Litton
Conducted By: Tchaikovsky Romeo

: Shostakovich

Symphony No 10 (R)

: Debut

ADELINA AND JUSTEN OPREAN
(violin and piano) Bartok, arr Szekely Six Romanian Folk Dances Schubert Sonata in A (D 574)

Contributors

Violin: Justen Oprean

: Jazz Record Requests

Introduced by Peter Clayton

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Clayton

: Critics' Forum

A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Sheridan Morley (in the chair) talks with Gilbert Adair , Andrew Graham-Dixon and Rose Tremaine. This week's subjects:
John Schlesinger 's film Madame Sousatzka ;
Arthur Miller 's The Price on Radio 4; six sculptures by Carl Andre at
Anthony d'Offay Ltd, London; Eric Porter as King Lear at the Old Vic; Daddy We Hardly Knew You by Germaine Greer.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH. Mono

Contributors

Unknown: Sheridan Morley
Unknown: Gilbert Adair
Unknown: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Unknown: Rose Tremaine.
Unknown: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Madame Sousatzka
Unknown: Arthur Miller
Unknown: Carl Andre
Unknown: Eric Porter
Unknown: Germaine Greer.

: The Mozart Piano Sonatas

The second of eight programmes.
Sonatas in F (K 280) and B flat (K 333) Records

: Macbeth

Verdi's first great
Shakespearean opera, to a libretto by FRANCESCO MARIA PIAVE , recorded at last year's
Dresden Music Festival. (1865 version: sung in Italian) (bass) (soprano) (tenor) (violin) (bass) (bass) (bass)
DRESDEN PHILHARMONIC
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA conducted by ALDO CECCATO Act
7.55 Julian Budden on the 1847 version of Macbeth (R).
8.00 Acts 2 and 3 8.50 Julian Budden on the 1865 Paris revision. (R)
8.55 Act 4
(East German Radio recording)

Contributors

Unknown: Francesco Maria Piave
Conducted By: Aldo Ceccato
Unknown: Julian Budden
Unknown: Julian Budden
Macbeth: Barry Anderson
Banquo: Stefan Elenkow
Lady Macbeth: Maria Noto
Macduff: Ionel Voineag
Malcolm: Helmut Klotz
Servant: Rene Pape
Doctor: Rene Pape
Herald: Rene Pape

: Bach's Inventions

The first of two programmes in which JEAN-LOUIS STEUERMAN plays two and three-part inventions.
BBC Pebble Mill

: The Flounder

by PETER REDGROVE. The last of six plays drawn from
Grimm's Fairy Tales. With and A flounder pleads for his life on the grounds that he is an enchanted prince ...
With the voices of ROBIN ARDRA and PHILLIP MANIKUM
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Redgrove.
Unknown: Robin Ardra
Directed By: Brian Miller
the Fisherman: Geoffrey Matthews
his wife: Judy Cornwell
Flounder: Chris Harris

: English Chamber Orchestra

led by JOSEF FRÖHLICH conducted by ALEXANDER GIBSON
OSCAR SHUMSKY (violin)
Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished) Spohr Violin Concerto No 8 in A minor, Op 47
Schubert Symphony No 5 in B flat (R)

Contributors

Conducted By: Alexander Gibson
Violin: Oscar Shumsky

: News









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