Debussy Iberia (Images) LSO/CLAUDIO ABBADO
Spinning Song of the Witches
(Lulu: Act 2)
DANISH RADIO SYMPHONY
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA/
7.35 Haydn Symphony No 24 in D
7.55 Borodin Scherzo in A flat
MARGARET FINGERHUT (piano)
7.58 Enesco Symphonic concertante
ORMEZOWSKI (cello) MONTE CARLO PO/
8.21 Hilding Rosenberg Overture: Marionettes
LSO/SIXTEN EHRLING Records
Rostislav Dubinsky (violin)
Yuli Turovsky (cello) Luba Edlina (piano)
Haydn Trio in C (H XV 27) Smetana Trio in G minor, Op 15 (R)
Introduced by Richard Osborne. Record Review
Building a Library:
Shostakovich's Symphony No 8 by David Nice.
George Pratt reviews new recordings of Gluck's Or/eo ed Euridice,
Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and Mozart's singspiel
Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots (K 35).
10.40 Record Release
Gluck Orfeo ed Euridice (ballet music from 1774 Paris version) C. P. E. BACH COI
11.09 Mozart Grabmusik (K42)
STEPHEN VARCOE (bass) STUTTGART RADIO CHOIR
11.35 The Gramophone Record Awards 1989: a look at the results and interviews with some of the winners.
Romance in F, Op 51 No 5 BARRY DOUGLAS (piano)
12.00 Martinu Nonet (1959)
ENSEMBLE WIEN BERLIN
Concerto for violin, piano and string orchestra GIDON KREMER (violin)
MARTHA ARGERICH (piano) ORPHEUS CHAMBER
ANTHONY CHEEVERS and JAMES JOLLY
The last of six programmes of solos, duos and trios by Leclair. Sonata in E minor,
Op 5 No 3; Trio sonata in F, Op 4 No 4;
Sonata in D, Op 5 No 8
SIMON STANDAGE (violin)
MICAELA COMBERTI (violin) RICHARD TUNNICLIFFE (cello)
MAGGIE COLE (harpsichord) Series producer
C. H. Sisson
A West Country man at heart and by choice, poet C. H. Sisson talks about the beautiful Somerset countryside and reads some of the poems inspired by the landscape.
LEIF OVE ANDSNES (piano) OSLO PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA conducted by MARISSJANSONS
Strauss Don Juan
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor
2.50 Interval Reading
2.55 Brahms Symphony No 2 in D
(In association with IBM) BBC Scotland
Jacqueline Shave (violin) Patrick Kiernan (violin) Katie Wilkinson (viola) Robert Irvine (cello) Mozart Quartet in A (K 464)
with Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on the arts.
Richard Cork (in the chair) talks with Margaret Forster ,
Victoria Glendinning and John Peter.
This week's subjects:
Paul Greengrass 's film Resurrected; new sculpture by Anthony Caro at the Annely Juda Gallery and the Knoedler Gallery, London;
Women Poets: an Oxford anthology edited by Roger Lonsdale ;
David Mamet 's Prairie du Chien and Joseph Dintenfass on Radio 3; Othello, directed by Trevor Nunn at the Young Vie.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH Mono
live from the Vienna State Opera. CLAUDIO ABBADO conducts the opening night of the new season PIER LUIGI PIZZI 'S production of Verdi's opera uses the 1886 Italian version including the opening Fontainebleau scene.
(sung in Italian)
VIENNA STATE OPERA
AND ORCHESTRA Acts 1, 2 and 3 8.20 Schiller's Posa
Verdi based Don Carlos Schiller's play written 80 years earlier. The many political intricacies of the Spanish court were o simplified for the opera £ libretto, as were the . characters - the Marquis q of Posa, liberal friend of Carlos, is more complete and complex in the play than in the opera.
Nicholas Hytner , who ? successfully produced Schiller's drama at Manchester's Royal
Exchange Theatre, talks with Rodney Milnes above the themes of the play. Producer JOHN BOUNDY (R)
King Philip II of Spain:
Don Carlos, his son:
Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa:
Elisabeth of Valois:
Tebaldo, a page:
Grand Inquisitor ..:
Count of Lerma:
Monk (the Emperor Charles V):
String Quartet No 3 LENINGRAD TANEYEV
Joseph Dintenfass by DAVID MAMET.
In the New England countryside, Joseph has received visitors for the weekend. Late at night only Claire remains awake with him and whit she seems to offer a sexua relationship, in reality sP is seeking something more.
Directed by NED CHAILLET
Trio sonatas in A minor (Wq 148); in A (Wq 146) L'ÉCOLE D'ORPHÉE (R)
plays Chopin's I F minor Fantaisie and a group of Waltzes. Records