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Mozart Flute Concerto in G (K 313)
JUDITH HALL (flute) PHILHARMONIA/ PETER THOMAS
7.35 Strauss Suite: Le bourgeois gentilhomme, Op 60
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF
8.05 Chopin Trois nouvelles etudes
VLADO PERLEMUTER (piano)
8.11 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F
MARK BENNETT (trumpet) PAUL GOODWIN (oboe)
RACHEL BECKETT (recorder) ORCHESTRA OF THE AGE OF
ENLIGHTENMENT directed by MONICA HUGGETT (violin) Records
Rimsky-Korsakov Sinfonietta in A minor
My Days Run Slowly, Op 51 No 1 (Mono)
BORIS CHRISTOFF (bass) SERGE ZAPOLSKY (piano)
Suite: The Invisible City of Kitezh
Polonaise (Christmas Eve) PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA/ EUGENE ORMANDY Records
The second of two programmes. DAVID ROBLOU (harpsichord)
DAVID MASON (fortepiano) J. C. Bach Sonata in E, Op 5 No 5
Haydn Sonata in c minor (H xvi 20)
Johann Gottlieb Muthel Duo in E flat
led by CHRISTOPHER HIRONS conducted by CHARLES GROVES
Mozart Symphony No 25 in G minor (K 183) Kodaly A Summer Evening (R)
The first of two programmes.
Cello Sonata in F, Op 5 No 1 ANTHONY PLEETH (cello) MELVYN TAN (fortepiano)
led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by JERZY MAKSYMIUK
KRZYSTOF JAKOWICZ (violin)
Beethoven Symphony No 4 Lutoslawski Chain 2 Berg Violin Concerto BBC Scotland
live from Studio One.
PETER DONOHOE (piano) Beethoven Thirty-three variations on a waltz by Diabelli, Op 120 Series producer JEREMY HAYES
BBC Pebble Mill
A summer season of works staged at the Paris Opera, 1828-65.
Tannhauser Wagner 's version for the Paris Opera, prepared in 1860. (sung in German)
MEMBERS OF THE VIENNA
VIENNA STATE OPERA CHOIR
ORCHESTRA/ GEORG SOLTI Acts 1 and 2 4.15 John Deathridge on the Paris Tannhauser
4.25 Act 3 Records
Brian Kay issues an invitation to the dance. Producer PAUL HINDMARSH BBC Manchester
The fifth of 11 musical profiles.
Roger Nichols recalls, with records, the career of the Belgian-born soprano, a woman of immense beauty and striking personality, as well as a singer of great versatility and distinction. Mono (R)
live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
HUGH TINNEY (piano) BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by JAMES CLARK conducted by RICHARD ARMSTRONG Part 1 Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor)
by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN adapted and abridged in three parts by KARIN FERNALD.
Read by Struan Rodger. 1: Italy by Coach
Hans Christian Andersen describes his travels through Italy in 1840. Producer DUNCAN MINSHULL Mono (R)
Alun Hoddinott Star Children
(BBC commission: first performance)
Elgar Variations on an Original Theme (Enigma)
JEREMY BUDD (treble)
SIMON GAY (counter-tenor) STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) WESTMINSTER SINGERS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA conducted by RICHARD HICKOX
Ikon of St Seraphim
The London premiere of John Tavener 's dramatic setting of a text by Mother Thekla. performed in Nicholas Hawksmoor 's Christ Church, Spitalfields.
The life and mystical visions of St Seraphim , who left his monastery at Sarov, near Kiev, in 1794 for the life of a hermit.
He returned there towards the end of his life, offering pilgrims spiritual guidance and in some cases performing miracles.
0 See David Gillard , page 79
10.15 Faure Requiem (Given on 7 June as part of the Spitalfields Festival, in association with the Spitalfields Development Group)
Aaron Copland / Suite: The Tender
Land; Piano Fantasy .