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: Open University

Rousseau versus the Enlightenment

: Morning Concert

Franck Le Chasseur maudit: Basle SO/Jordan
7.16 Brahms Ballade in D minor, Op 10 No 1
(Edward): Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich (piano)
7.20 Delius A Song Before Sunrise: RPO/Beecham

Contributors

Unknown: Franck Le Chasseur
Unknown: Brahms Ballade
Piano: Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich

: News

7.35 Beethoven Rondino in E flat (WoO 25): Wind Soloists of CO of Europe
7.41 Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending Iona Brown (violin)
Academy of St Martin/ Neville Marriner
7.57 Liszt Petrarch
Sonnet No 47 (Annees de pelerinage): Jorge Bolet
8.03 Dag Wiren
Serenade for Strings Scottish Baroque
Ensemble/Friedman
8.14 Vivaldi Concerto
(RV 297) (Winter): Franz Liszt CO/Rolla. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Beethoven Rondino
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Violin: Iona Brown
Unknown: Neville Marriner
Unknown: Jorge Bolet
Unknown: Franz Liszt

: News

: Ulster Orchestra

leader Richard Howarth conductor Lionel Friend
Stanford Overture:
The Veiled Prophet Bridge Two Poems Constant Lambert
Suite: Horoscope

Contributors

Leader: Richard Howarth
Conductor: Lionel Friend

: Saturday Review

with Edward Greenfield.
Record Review
Building a Library: Mendelssohn's Octet with Robert Philip ; Stephen Johnson on orchestral releases.
10.40 Record Release
Nietsen An Imaginary
Trip to the Faroe Islands Gothenburg SO/Chung
10.51 Florent Schmitt
La Tragédie de Salome Radio France PO and Choir/Marek Janowski
11.20 Wagner
Wesendonck Lieder
Waltraud Meier (mezzo) Paris Orch/Barenboim
11.43 Mendelssohn
Symphony No 5 (Reformation)
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra/Kurt Masur
12.10 The Record
Producers (2): interview with Andrew Keener.
12.30 Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Bournemouth SO/
Andrew Litton (piano) Records. Producer Anthony Cheevers ('Record Review' is repeated Wed 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Greenfield.
Unknown: Robert Philip
Unknown: Stephen Johnson

: News

: Words

Reflections by writer Gabriel Josipovici. 4: Polyglottism

Contributors

Unknown: Gabriel Josipovici.

: Grimethorpe Colliery Band

conductor Peter Parkes. First of two programmes, with music especially written for the band.
Holst, arr Parkes Ballet Music (The Perfect Fool) Derek Bourgeois
Concerto grosso No 1
Philip Sparke Harmony Music. BBC North

Contributors

Conductor: Peter Parkes.
Unknown: Derek Bourgeois

: Handel

Suite No 3 in D minor (1720): David Shemer (harpsichord) (R)

Contributors

Harpsichord: David Shemer

: A Consummate Conductor

Herbert von Karajan (1908-89)
Final programme with Richard Osborne. The Real Karajan
Producer Michel Glotz and others remember Karajan as a playful, mischievous man, who excelled in Chabrier, Offenbach, Strauss waltzes and Die fledermaus. Records Series producer Nicholas Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert von Karajan
Unknown: Richard Osborne.
Producer: Michel Glotz
Producer: Nicholas Morgan

: Debut

Anthony Pike (clarinet) John Lenehan (piano)
Stravinsky Three Pieces for clarinet
Debussy Première rhapsodie
Egon Wellesz Two Pieces, Op 34
Prancaix Theme and Variations

Contributors

Clarinet: Anthony Pike
Piano: John Lenehan
Unknown: Egon Wellesz

: Jazz Record Requests

with Peter Clayton

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Clayton

: Critics' Forum

John Higgins (in the chair) talks with Gilbert Adair
Owen Dudley Edwards and Sarah Kent on: Jane Campion 's film Sweetie; Jeeves and Wooster, a five-part series (ITV); Goya's Majas (National Gallery); Racine's Berenice (National Theatre); Ian McEwan's new novel The Innocent.
Producer Philip French. Mono

Contributors

Unknown: John Higgins
Unknown: Gilbert Adair
Unknown: Owen Dudley Edwards
Unknown: Sarah Kent
Unknown: Jane Campion
Unknown: Ian McEwan

: Schubert

Four Impromptus (D 899)
Edith Vogel (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Edith Vogel

: Vakula the Smith

A BBC studio production in Russian of Tchaikovsky's three-act opera (the original version of The Slippers) based on Gogol's
Christmas Eve story. Patricia Routledge gives a witch's-eye view of the proceedings in narrations written by Patrick Garland based on Gogol's tale.
Chorus of Opera North chorusmaster Clive Timms BBC Philharmonic leader Dennis Simons conductor
Edward Downes
Producer John Evans (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Routledge
Written By: Patrick Garland
Unknown: Clive Timms
Leader: Dennis Simons
Conductor: Edward Downes
Producer: John Evans
Solokha the witch: Anne Collins (mezzo)
The Devil: Donald Maxwell (bar)
Chub: Clive Bayley (bass)
Panas/Schooteacher: Neil Jenkins (tenor)
Oksana, Chub's daughter: Susan Roberts (soprano)
Vakula, Solokha's son: David Bender (tenor)
Mayor/His Excellency: Nicholas Folwell (bar)
Wood goblin: Stephen Dowson (bar)
Old Cossack: Bruce Budd (bass)
Officer-on-duty: Brian Cookson (tenor)
Master of Ceremonies: James Thornton (bar)

: Mozart and Schnittke

Mozart Duo for violin and viola (K 423)
Schnittke Trio for strings
Dmitry Sitkovetsky (violin)
Tabea Zimmermann (viola)
Karine Georgian (cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Duo
Unknown: Schnittke Trio
Violin: Dmitry Sitkovetsky
Viola: Tabea Zimmermann
Cello: Karine Georgian

: Studio 3

A Vanity Case by Steve May.
Aunt Clara is dying.
Her affairs need looking after. Peter is eager to arrange things without rancour. But will brother Charles co-operate?
Director Richard Wortley

Contributors

Unknown: Steve May.
Director: Richard Wortley
Peter: Bill Wallis
Trumpeter: Steve May

: Our Voice as in a Dream

Poems from Tagore's Gitanjali, selected by Viram Jasani and read by Zia Mohyeddin. Music: Hariprasad Chaurasia (flute)
Anindo Chatterjee (tabla)

Contributors

Unknown: Viram Jasani
Read By: Zia Mohyeddin.
Flute: Anindo Chatterjee

: News









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