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The fifth of six programmes of music written for Louis XIV. Lully Marche des mousquetaires
(Suite of Six Airs)
PARIS WIND AND
DRUM ENSEMBLE;
JEAN-FRANCOIS PAILLARD Suite: Amadis
COLLEGIUM AUREUM/
REINHARD PETERS
Couperin Nouveaux concerts: Les Gouts reunis No 5 Records

Contributors

Unknown: Reinhard Peters
Unknown: Couperin Nouveaux

: News

: Haydn Originals

The fourth of six programmes. Sinfonia: Orlando Paladino
LAUSANNE CO;
ANTAL DORATI
String Quartet in E flat, Op 33 No 2 (Joke) JAN ACER QUARTET
Sonata in D (H XVI 37)
ALFRED BRENDEL
(piano)
Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo
(H XXII 7)
DOMINIK ORIESCHNIG
(soprano)
MARTIN HASELBOCK
(organ)
VIENNA BOYS' CHOIR
CHORUS VIENNENSIS
VIENNA SO/
UWE CHRISTIAN HARRER Records

Contributors

Unknown: Antal Dorati
Unknown: Jan Acer Quartet
Piano: Alfred Brendel
Soprano: Dominik Orieschnig
Soprano: Martin Haselbock
Unknown: Christian Harrer

: News

: Your Concert Choice

Joachim Overture:
In Memoriam Heinrich von Kleist STUTTGART RSO/
MEIR MINSKY
8.46 Wagner Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde) (Mono)
KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD
(soprano)
PHILHARMONIA orchestra;
WILHELM FURTWANGLER
8.57 Schubert Trio in E flat (D 929)
BEAUX ARTS TRIO
9.40 Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
VIENNA PO/
WILHELM FURTWANGLER Records

Contributors

Soprano: Kirsten Flagstad
Unknown: Wilhelm Furtwangler
Unknown: Wilhelm Furtwangler

: Music Weekly

with Michael Oliver.
A Curious Fusion:
John Gillett discusses the changing role of film music.
A Conversation with ... the composer
Gerard Schurmann.
Khovanshchina: a Too-Russian Opera?: a talk by John Warrack.
Producers ANDREW LYLE and EDWARD BLAKEMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver.
Unknown: John Gillett
Unknown: Gerard Schurmann.
Talk By: John Warrack.
Talk By: Edward Blakeman

: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by FEDOR GLUSCHENKO
VLADIMIR OVCHINIKOV
(piano)
Shostakovich Ballet
Suite No 1
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 2
Glazunov Symphony No 4
(Given on 10 November at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Glasgow) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By: Fedor Gluschenko
Piano: Vladimir Ovchinikov

: Nash Ensemble

Marcia Crayford (violin)
Frank Lloyd (horn)
Ian Brown
(piano)
Hugh Wood Horn Trio (first performance) Brahms Intermezzo in E flat, Op 117 No 1, for piano
Horn Trio in E flat,
Op 40

Contributors

Violin: Marcia Crayford
Horn: Frank Lloyd
Piano: Ian Brown
Horn: Hugh Wood

: Poulenc: Music for Men's Voices

Laudes de Saint Antoine de Padoue; Quatre petites prieres de Saint Francois d'Assise BBC SINGERS conducted by MATTHEW BEST (R)

Contributors

Conducted By: Matthew Best

: Schubert and Enesco

LELAND CHEN (violin) PAUL COKER (piano)
Schubert Sonatina in D (D 384)
Enesco Sonata No 3 in A minor
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Violin: Leland Chen
Piano: Paul Coker

: Chicago Symphony Orchestra

conducted by GEORG SOLTI
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale Lutoslawski Symphony No 3
Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C minor (WFMT recording)

Contributors

Conducted By: Georg Solti

: Poet of the Month

Stephen Romer is among the most talented of Britain's young poets. He borrows from various disciplines, such as mathematics and theology, to enrich his elegant and ironic poetry. He talks with Clive Wilmer about the Victorian poet Arthur Hugh Clough , teaching English as a foreign language and the vanity of Parisians.
Producer KATHY WATSON

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Romer
Unknown: Clive Wilmer
Unknown: Arthur Hugh Clough
Producer: Kathy Watson

: Celebrity Recital

TORLEIF THEDEEN (cello) STEFAN BOJSTEN (piano) Brahms Sonata in E minor
Schnittke Sonata (1978)
5.35 Interval Reading
5.40 Prokofiev Sonata in C, Op 119
Rachmaninov Vocalise
(Given on 31 October 1988 in the Wigmore Hall. London)

Contributors

Piano: Stefan Bojsten
Piano: Brahms Sonata

: The 1989 Reith Lectures

Beyond the Tunnel of History
Five programmes.
2: The Golden Fleece 'I would like to start rewriting French history from a European point of view.'
Burgundy to most people means a wine, possibly a colour. But in late medieval times. this huge duchy was home to perhaps the most richly textured culture in Europe.
Economically, its wealth was founded on wool; not for nothing was the Golden Fleece adopted as the ducal symbol.
Jacques Darras suggests we can learn from
Burgundy some lessons for our communal European future.
Producer DANIEL SNOWMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Darras
Producer: Daniel Snowman

: BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra

led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by RICHARD ARMSTRONG
CHRISTIAN ZACHARIAS
(piano)
Beethoven Piano
Concerto No 4 in G
7.20 Interval Reading
7.25 Holmboe
Symphony No 12
(first performance)
Elgar Variations on an Original Theme, Op 36 (Enigma)
(Given on 21 October in St David's Hall, Cardiff)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Haskey
Conducted By: Richard Armstrong
Piano: Christian Zacharias

: Lindsay String Quartet

Haydn Quartet in F minor, Op 55 No 2 Britten Quartet No 3, Op 94. BBC Pebble Mill (R)

: Oboe,Tone Generator and Piano

MARIOS ARGIROS (oboe) CAROLINE CLEMMOW (piano)
Bach Sonata in G minor (BWV1020)
Berio Sequenza VII, for solo oboe
Skalkottas Concertino for oboe and piano

Contributors

Oboe: Marios Argiros
Piano: Caroline Clemmow

: Third Ear

with Robert Hewison

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Hewison

: Advent Carol Service

from the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge. The Advent Prose
Processional hymn: Of the Father's love begotten. First lesson: Jeremiah 23, vv 1-6
Carols: Balulalow; Adam lay y-bounden (Warlock) Second lesson:
Philippians 2, vv 5-13
Carols: Jesu, sweet son dear (Robin Orr );
Gabriel's message (arr G. Shaw ). Third lesson: Romans 10, w 5-15 Carol: E'en so. Lord Jesus (Paul Manz ) Fourth lesson:
Luke 8, w 4-15
Hymn: Come, thou long-expected Jesus Carols: Zion, at thy shining gates (arr
Guest); Hail, blessed
Virgin Mary (arr Charles Wood ). Fifth lesson: Isaiah 42, vv 1-9
Carols: Greawdwr nef a daear lawr; Pan fo'r stormydd garwa'n curo (Raymond Williams ) Sixth lesson:
Isaiah 35, w 3-10
Hymn: On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry Carol: There is no rose (Gerald Near)
Seventh lesson:
Luke 12, vv 32-40
Magnificat (Plainsong: Tonus peregrinus) Eighth lesson: John 3, w 1-8
Chorale: Break forth,
0 beauteous, heavenly light (harmonised Bach) Hymn: 0 little town of Bethlehem
Organ: Chorale prelude on 'Wachet Auf!' (Bach: BWV 645) Organist
ANDREW NETHSINGHA Director of Music
DR GEORGE GUEST

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Orr
Unknown: G. Shaw
Unknown: Paul Manz
Unknown: Charles Wood
Unknown: Raymond Williams
Organist: Andrew Nethsingha

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