Into the Open: Completing the Course
Kodaly Suite: Hary Janos RSO/ BERLIN
7.35 Johann Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus
HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.44 Haydn Sonata in C (H XVI 50)
MIKHAIL PLETNEV (piano)
8.02 Barber Meditation and Dance of Vengeance (Medea)
8.13 Ropartz Prelude, marine et chansons, for flute, string trio and harp
MELOS ENSEMBLE Records
led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by ENSHAO Franck Symphonic poem: Les Eolides
Beethoven Symphony No 2 in D
Introduced by Edward Greenfield. Record Review
Building a Library:
Debussy's Nocturnes with Roger Nichols.
Paul Griffiths reviews new discs of contemporary music.
10.40 Record Release Judith Weir
The Consolations of Scholarship
LINDA HIRST (soprano) LONTANO/
ODALINE DE LA MARTINEZ
11.03 Steve Martland Kgakala
ROLF HIND (piano)
11.17 Tippett The Blue Guitar
NORBERT KRAFT (guitar)
11.36 Handel Cantata: Armida abbandonata
EMMA KIRKBY (soprano) LONDON BAROQUE directed by CHARLES MEDLAM
11.54 Nicholas Kenyon talks with Andrew Parrott about his latest recordings with the Taverner Consort, Choir and Players.
Bach, transe Duncan Druce
Concerto in C minor (BWV 1029)
TAVERNER PLAYERS/ ANDREW PARROTT
12.33 Elgar Sea Pictures JANET BAKER
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Review ' is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
The first of three programmes.
Each year West German Radio in Cologne organises a festival of early music in the town of Herne. In 1987 the theme was Italian Baroque music.
Bononcini Care luci del mio bene
Vivaldi Trio Sonata in D, Op 1 No 12
Alessandro Scarlatti Bella madre dei fiori
GUILLEMETTE LAURENS (mezzo-soprano)
AURORA ENSEMBLE , PERUGIA
(WDR Cologne recording)
Angela Malsbury (clarinet)
Michael Harris (clarinet)
Meyrick Alexander (bassoon)
Michael Cole (bassoon)
Frank Lloyd (horn)
Stephen Bell (horn)
Beethoven Sextet in E flat, Op 71
Mozart Serenade in E flat (K 375) BBC Pebble Mill (R)
ALISON HARGAN (soprano)
(mezzo-soprano) RICHARD MORTON (tenor)
PETER SAVIDGE (baritone)
MARK BLATCHLY (organ)
THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL
ORCHESTRAled by DAVID TOWSE conducted by ROY MASSEY
Kodaly Budavari Te Deum
3.25 Interval Reading
3.30 Gerard Schurmann Piers Plowman conducted by JOHN SANDERS
(Given on 21 August in Gloucester Cathedral in association with National Power) BBC Pebble Mill
RONALD CAVAYE (piano)
Schubert Andantino varie in E minor for piano duet (D 823)
Kurtag Games, Book 4: Beating; Sarabande; Dirge; Waltz
Hommage a Paganini Debussy, arr Ravel
Nuages; Fetes for two pianos (Nocturnes)
Introduced by Peter Clayton
A weekly discussion on cinema, theatre, books, broadcasting and the visual arts.
Joan Bakewell (in the chair) talks with Paul Barker
Blake Morrison and Bryan Robertson. This week's subjects: Phil Alden Robinson 's film Field of Dreams; The Other Story:
Afro-Asian Artists in Post- War Britain at the Hayward Gallery,
London; Dennis Potter 's Blackeyes on BBC2
(Wednesday evenings); Short Afternoons, new poems by Kit Wright ;
Hamlet, directed by Ron Daniels at the Barbican Theatre, London.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH. Mono
Piano Trio No 1 in B, Op 8
OLEG KAGAN (violin)
NATALIA GUTMAN (cello)
ELISO VIRSALADZE (piano) (Austrian Radio recording)
Donizetti's comic opera, featuring Tito Schipa (born 1889) in his only complete operatic role on disc, recorded in 1932. The action takes place in Rome during the course of a single day. (baritone) (baritone) (tenor) (sop) (bass)
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE TEATRO ALLA
7.55 Keith Hardwick talks with Peter Tanner about recent advances in computer-assisted techniques of transferring 78rpm records to CD.
8.00 Acts 2 and 3 Mono records
Don Pasquale, an elderly bachelor:
Dr Malatesta, a family friend:
Ernesto, Pasquale's nephew:
Norina, a young widow:
by MARTIN CRIMP.
With John Moffatt as Lonauer and Rob Edwards as Singer.
'Some of those girls ... you can imagine my delight to have those sweet laughing creatures roaming my garden....'
But the old man's Spanish idyll is disturbed by reminders of a horrifying past.
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS (R)
Charles Fox introduces a concert recorded at the Golders Green Hippodrome in May during the band's extensive European tour. Led by the Swiss pianist and composer GEORGE GRUNTZ , the band included from America:
SHARON FREEMAN (horn)
DAVE BARJERON (euphonium)
MARVIN STAMM (trumpet) and LARRY SCHNEIDER (tenor saxophone) from West Germany:
(trumpet) and from England:
(soprano and alto saxophones). Ken Wheeler E.B.S.B.M.O
Gruntz Band Switch
Larry Schneider So Easy Gruntz Gorby-Chief
10.50 George Gruntz talks with Charles Fox.
Speaking of Love
Franco Ambrosetti Trance Figurations Gruntz Great Jones
Ray Anderson Fishing with Gramps