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: Morning Concert

Beethoven Piano Sonata in G, Op 49 No 2
EMIL GILELS (piano)
7.09 Handel Lascia la spina (II trionfo del tempo e del disinganno) JENNIFER SMITH (sop) LES MUSICIENS DU
LOUVRE MARC MINKOWSKI
7.16 Schubert
Overture: Rosamunde
ROYAL CONCERTGEBOUW
ORCHESTRA, AMSTERDAM
GEORGE SZELL

Contributors

Piano: Handel Lascia
Unknown: Jennifer Smith
Unknown: George Szell

: News

7.35 Silvius Leopold
Weiss Suite in D minor
KONRAD JUNGHANEL
(lute)
7.52 Vivaldi Concerto in G minor (per l'orchestra di Dresda) (RV 577)
TAVERNER PLAYERS
ANDREW PARROTT
8.02 Gounod Salut. demeure chaste et pure (Faust: Act 3) (Mono)
GEORGES THILL (tenor)
ORCHESTRA
EUGENE BIGOT
8.09 Arthur Foote Suite for strings in E, Op 63 LSO KENNETH KLEIN Records

Contributors

Unknown: Silvius Leopold
Unknown: Konrad Junghanel
Unknown: Andrew Parrott
Tenor: Georges Thill
Unknown: Arthur Foote

: News

: Composers of the Week

Jean Sibelius
Finland under Threat Finlandia Hymn
HELSINKI UNIVERSITY
CHORUS MATTI HYOKKI
Scenes historiques: Set 1, Op 25: SNO GIBSON To the Fatherland
HELSINKI UNIVERSITY
CHORUS MATTI HYOKKI Scenes historiques:
Set 2, Op 66: SNO GIBSON My Brothers Aboard
HELSINKI UNIVERSITY
CHORUS MATTI HYOKKI Finlandia: SNO/GIBSON Records

Contributors

Unknown: Matti Hyokki
Unknown: Matti Hyokki
Unknown: Matti Hyokki

: C.P.E.Bach and Mozart

C. P. E. Bach
Wurtenberg Sonata No 1 in A minor
Mozart Adagio in B minor (K 540)
Variations on 'Lison dormait': DAVID MASON
(fortepiano)

Contributors

Unknown: David Mason

: Dutilleux

Symphony No 1
LYON NATIONAL ORCH/ SERGE BAUDO. Record

Contributors

Unknown: Serge Baudo.

: Haydn and Schumann

LINDSAY STRING QUARTET PETER FRANKL (piano) Haydn Quartet in D minor, Op 42 Schumann Piano
Quintet in E flat, Op 44 BBC Manchester

Contributors

Piano: Peter Frankl

: BBC Scottish SO

conducted by CHARLES GROVES
KATHRYN STOTT (piano) Janacek The Fiddler's Child
John Ireland Piano Concerto
McEwen Grey Galloway Janacek Taras Bulba
(Given 1 Dec in Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Glasgow) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Conducted By: Charles Groves
Piano: Kathryn Stott
Piano: John Ireland

: News

: A Rose in Winter

Carols and Christmas music from Italy,
Germany and England. Music by Praetorius,
Bach, Byrd, Gagliano, Purcell and others.
DAVID CORDIER (counter-tenor)
TRAGICOMEDIA

: La Bande a Franck

The fifth of six programmes in which Roger Nichols explores the diverse paths taken by followers of the pater seraphicus. BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Nichols

: Mansel Thomas and Vaughan Williams Songs

MICHAEL GEORGE (bass)
ANTONY SAUNDERS
(piano)
Mansel Thomas Raiders Dawn; Lower Him Gently; Love Lasts Longer;
Rhymni Vaughan Williams The House of Life. BBC Wales

Contributors

Piano: Mansel Thomas
Unknown: Rhymni Vaughan Williams

: Music Group of London

Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 11
Brahms Trio in A minor, Op 114 (R)

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Natalie Wheen Producer judith ROLES

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen

: News

: Third Ear

Paul Bailey talks with the renowned Italian novelist
Alberto Moravia
Producer NOAH RICHLER

Contributors

Talks: Paul Bailey
Unknown: Alberto Moravia

: Brahms

Academic Festival
Overture
Violin Concerto in D MARK KAPLAN (violin)
BBC WELSH SO led by JAMES CLARK conducted by JAMES LOUGHRAN
8.25 Interval Reading
8.30 Symphony No 1 in C minor
(Given 22 Nov in St David 's s Hall Cardiff, in association with Barclays Bank pic as part of the 1989 Cardiff Festival)

Contributors

Violin: Mark Kaplan
Unknown: James Clark
Conducted By: James Loughran
Unknown: St David

: Drama Now

By Where the Old Shed Used to Be by CRAIG WARNER. With and and Goaded and tortured by her step-sisters, kept prisoner and starved by her stepmother, Sarah's dream is to escape and build a new life of joy with William by where the old shed used to be. But in this, the real Cinderella story, revenge comes first.
Other parts played by HUBERT TUCKER
ANTHONY DONOVAN
WENDY BRIERLEY and SIMON TREVES.
Music composed by SIMON JEFFES and played by members Of the PENGUIN CAFE
ORCHESTRA
Technical presentation by MIKE BURGESS.
MARTYN HARRIES and CHRIS DOMAILLE Directed by ANDY JORDAN BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Warner.
Played By: Hubert Tucker
Played By: Anthony Donovan
Played By: Wendy Brierley
Played By: Simon Treves.
Composed By: Simon Jeffes
Presentation By: Mike Burgess.
Unknown: Martyn Harries
Directed By: Andy Jordan
Claire: Judy Parfitt
Adelaide: Miranda Richardson
Louise: Tilly Vosburgh
William: Anton Lesser
Frank: Peter-Hugo Daly
Sarah: Siobhan Redmond
the Creator: Mary Wimbush
Deborah: June Barrie
Police chief: Christopher Ettridge
Minister: David King
Police sgt: Eric Allen
Constable: David Goudge

: Composers of the Week

British Film Music
1930-55
Charles Williams
The Dream of Olwen
(While I Live)
Anthony Collins The
Saga of Odette (Odette) Noel Coward Suite:
In Which We Serve Vaughan Williams
Scott of the Antarctic
(excerpts)
Walton Suite: Henry V: Act 5 (excerpts)
Malcolm Arnold 'Sound
Barrier' Rhapsody Francis Chagrin
The Beggar's Theme

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Williams
Unknown: Anthony Collins
Unknown: Noel Coward
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold

: News









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