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Organic Chemistry: Feedback on CMA 42

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: Bach's 48: Book 2

Bach Preludes and Fugues Nos 9 and 10 Bob van Asperen (harpsichord)
Stolzel Aria : Bist du bei mir (Notenbuchlein for Anna Magdalena Bach ) Elly Ameling (soprano) Angelica May (cello) Gustav Leonhardt
(harpsichord)
Bach Preludes and Fugues Nos 11 and 12. Records

Contributors

Harpsichord: Bob van Asperen
Harpsichord: Stolzel Aria
Unknown: Anna Magdalena Bach
Soprano: Elly Ameling
Harpsichord: Gustav Leonhardt
Harpsichord: Bach Preludes

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: Music, Myth and Legend

Four programmes looking at favourite musical subjects: the passions, the elements and their surrounding myths. 1: Waxing Lyrical Wolf Phanomen
Peter Schreier (tenor) Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)
Destouches Ballet: Les
Elements: Academy of Ancient Music/Hogwood Cherubini Overture:
Anacrion: Hanover
Band/Roy Goodman
Rameau Anacrion (final scene): Soloists; Ensemble; Les Arts Florissants/
William Christie. Records Series producer Andrew Kurowski

Contributors

Unknown: Wolf Phanomen
Tenor: Peter Schreier
Piano: Wolfgang Sawallisch

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: Your Concert Choice

Berlioz Overture:
Le Carnaval Romain
Berlin PO/Lorin Maazel
8.44 Bruch Scottish
Fantasy:
Salvatore Accardo (violin); Leipzig Gewandhaus/Kurt Masur
9.15 Kozeluch Clarinet
Quartet: Dieter Klocker German String Trio
9.32 Bach, arr Hess Jesu , Joy of Man's Desiring (Mono)
Myra Hess (piano)
9.36 Korngold Symphony in F sharp: Munich PO/ Rudolf Kempe. Records

Contributors

Violin: Salvatore Accardo
Unknown: Dieter Klocker
Unknown: Hess Jesu
Piano: Myra Hess
Unknown: Rudolf Kempe.

: Music Weekly

with Michael Oliver.
The Skilful Listener: some ideas from Michael Hall.
The Puccinis of Lucca:
Herbert Handlt investigates a musical dynasty. Pourville (1915):
Roger Nichols considers Debussy's Indian summer. Producer Edward Blakeman

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver.
Unknown: Michael Hall.
Unknown: Herbert Handlt
Unknown: Roger Nichols
Producer: Edward Blakeman

: Tallis Scholars

director Peter Phillips Tallis Loquebantur variis linguis
Byrd Resurrexi
Tallis Audivi vocem
Byrd Infelix ego
Cornysh Ah Robin;
Ave Maria; Salve Regina

Contributors

Director: Peter Phillips
Director: Tallis Loquebantur
Unknown: Byrd Resurrexi
Unknown: Tallis Audivi
Unknown: Byrd Infelix

: Aldeburgh Day

For a fortnight last month, Radio 3 descended on Aldeburgh for the 43rd
Annual Festival of Music and the Arts. Today, in between concerts, Peter Paul Nash meets leading Aldeburgh personalities, including joint artistic directors Oliver Knussen and Steuart Bedford.
London Slnfonietta
The Festival's orchestra-in-residence, conducted by Oliver Knussen.
Britten The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
Elliott Carter Concerto for Orchestra
Colin Matthews Cortège Debussy Jeux (In association with Celesuon International Ltd)
1.45pm Schumann
Lesser-known music by one of Britten's passions: Six Studies for pedal piano, Op 56 (arr for two pianos by Debussy)
Andante and Variations,
Op 46: Ian Brown , Hamish Milne (pianos);
Michael Thompson (horn); Melissa Phelps , Paul Watkins (cellos)
2.30pm
Composer's Portrait
Mark-Anthony Turnage introduces a personal selection of music, including his own works, songs by Stravinsky, and instrumental music by Henze and Britten. Fiona Kimm (mezzo) Martin Robertson
(soprano saxophone)
Paul Silverthorne (viola) Christopher van Kampen (cello); John Constable
(piano); London Sinfonietta conductor Richard Bernas
4.10pm
Takacs String Quartet Brahms Quartet, Op 67 Stravinsky Three Pieces Webern Six Bagatelles, Op 9 Schubert Quintet in C
(D 956): with Steven Isserlis (In association with Birkett
Westhorp and Long Solicitors)
5.50pm
Alexander Goehr
One of the Festival's composers-in-residence introduces his festival commission. Sing Ariel sets an anthology of poetry from Donne to Larkin, devised by Frank Kermode. Lucy Shelton , Fiona O'Neill ,
Tracey Chadwell (sopranos) Peter Thomas (violin) ChiChi Nwanoku
(double-bass)
John Wallace (trumpet) David White (tenor sax) Ian Brown (piano) director Oliver Knussen
7.00pm English
Chamber Orchestra
The ECO, conducted by the Festival's joint artistic director Steuart
Bedford, play an early Britten masterpiece, and the first public performance of his suite of incidental music to a play by J B Priestley.
Mozart Symphony No 25 in G minor (K 183)
Britten Our Hunting Fathers, Op 8
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (sop)
Suite: Johnson Over Jordan
Christen Gregory (sop) Shostakovich Symphony No 1 in F minor, Op 10 (In assoc with Jaguar Cars Ltd)
9.00pm
Festival Cabaret
Composer, arranger, and pianist Daryl Runswick introduces some of Britten's forays into the cabaret style, songs by Gershwin and his own
New Jubilee Blues, performed by the Daryl Runswick All-Stars , with Mary King (mezzo-sop). Aldeburgh Day producer Christopher Marshall

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Paul Nash
Directors: Oliver Knussen
Conducted By: Oliver Knussen.
Unknown: Ian Brown
Pianos: Hamish Milne
Pianos: Michael Thompson
Horn: Melissa Phelps
Cellos: Paul Watkins
Introduces: Mark-Anthony Turnage
Soprano: Martin Robertson
Viola: Paul Silverthorne
Cello: John Constable
Conductor: Richard Bernas
Unknown: Steven Isserlis
Unknown: Alexander Goehr
Unknown: Frank Kermode.
Unknown: Lucy Shelton
Unknown: Fiona O'Neill
Sopranos: Tracey Chadwell
Violin: Peter Thomas
Double-Bass: John Wallace
Tenor: David White
Piano: Ian Brown
Director: Oliver Knussen
Unknown: Phyllis Bryn-Julson
Pianist: Daryl Runswick
Unknown: Daryl Runswick All-Stars
Unknown: Mary King
Producer: Christopher Marshall

: Shadow from the Heat

A summer's meditation from
Clifton Cathedral, Bristol. Reader Brian Gear.
Vidiaquan (plainsong); My Beloved Spake
(Purcell); I Sat Down Under His Shadow
(Bairstow); Sicut Cervus (Palestrina); A Pure
River of Water of Life
(Ridout); In splendenti nube (Phillips); God, Our Fountain of Salvation
(Walker); Dominus regit me (Nielsen); Sanctus sanans (Ivrea Codex); Amen (Finzi).
Readings from Song of Songs, Christina Rossetti and The Pilgrim's Progress. Director of Music
Martin Le Poidevin
Organist John Gibbons

Contributors

Reader: Brian Gear.
Songs: Christina Rossetti
Organist: John Gibbons

: Colin Stone

(piano)
Bach, transc Busoni Chaconne in D minor
Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Busoni Chaconne

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