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: Morning Concert

Respighi Feste Romane Philadelphia Orch/Muti

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: Dvorak Scherzo

capriccioso
LSO/lstvan Kertesz
7.46 Faure Ballade , Op 19 Jean-Philippe Collard
(piano); Toulouse Capitol Orchestra/ Michel Plasson
7.59 Mozart Symphony No 34 in C (K 338)
ECO/Jeffrey Tate. Records Producer Philip Tagney

Contributors

Unknown: Faure Ballade
Piano: Jean-Philippe Collard
Unknown: Michel Plasson

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: Composers of the Week

A week's progress through the orchestral music of Richard Strauss.
Today: 1876-83.
Festmarsch in E flat, Op 1 Bavarian SO/
Kurt Graunke
Symphony in D minor Bavarian RSO/
Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Horn Concerto No 1 in E flat, Op 11
Radovan Vlatkovic (horn) ECO/Jeffrey Tate. Records Producer David Papp

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Strauss.
Unknown: Kurt Graunke
Horn: Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Horn: Radovan Vlatkovic

: A Sense of Place

Music from Town ... Beginning with a Canzona by Gabrieli and a Gloria by Monteverdi composed for Venice, and ending with Festmusik by Strauss written for Vienna.
.. .and Country
Including Dvorak's
String Quintet in E flat at 10.04; Louis Glass's Woodland Symphony at
11.00; and Nielsen's Springtime in Funen at 11.40.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh

Contributors

Producer: Paul Hindmarsh

: BBC Scottish SO

leader Ben Buurman conductor
Giinther Bauer-Schenk
Judith Weir The Ride
Over Lake Constance
Schubert Symphony No

Contributors

Leader: Ben Buurman
Conductor: Giinther Bauer-Schenk
Conductor: Judith Weir

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: Divertimenti

Dvorak String Sextet in A Lutoslawski Silesian Melodies for four violins
Mendelssohn Octet (R)

: Prom Talk

Michael Hall and his guest, the conductor Andrew Davis , look ahead to the week's
Proms: a new production of Tippett's opera The Ice Break, Anthony Payne 's BBC commission Time's
Arrow, three works by Elgar and the Proms debut of I Virtuosi di Roma.
Producer Jane Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hall
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Anthony Payne
Producer: Jane Walker

: A Baltic Triptych

The second of three programmes featuring music from each of the Baltic Republics.
Today, Kriss Rusmanis introduces a selection of music from Estonia and talks about his recent experiences of musical life there.

Contributors

Introduces: Kriss Rusmanis

: The Organ Music of Jehan Alain

The second of four programmes of the complete organ output of French organist
Jehan Alain, played in Coventry Cathedral by Thomas Trotter.
Presenter Paul Spicer. Prelude and Fugue;
Two Dances forAgrri
Yavishta; Aria; Lamento; Andante (Suite monodique); Fantaisies: Nos1andNo2

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Trotter.
Presenter: Paul Spicer.

: Mainly for Pleasure

Presented by Rodney Slatford
Producer Emma Kingsley

Contributors

Presented By: Rodney Slatford
Producer: Emma Kingsley

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: Proms 1990

Michael Tippett 's three-act opera, The Ice
Break, live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. (baritone) (sop) (baritone) (soprano) (mezzo-soprano) (tenor) (tenor) (mezzo-soprano) (counter-tenor)
Lieutenant
Donald Maxwell (baritone) London Sinfonietta Chorus
London Sinfonietta conductor David Atherton
Acts 1 and 2 7.50 Ian Kemp and Michael Berkeley discuss the relative neglect of The Ice Break and its place in Tippett's later music.
8.10 Act 3

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tippett
Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Baritone: Donald Maxwell
Conductor: David Atherton
Conductor: Ian Kemp
Conductor: Michael Berkeley
Lev: David Wilson-Johnson
Nadia: Heather Harper
Yuri: Sanford Sylvan
Gayle: Carolann Page
Hannah: Cynthia Clarey
Olympion: Thomas Randle
Luke: Bonaventura Bottone
Astron: Sarah Walker
Astron: Christopher Robson

: Virtuoso

Conor Farrington 's monologue tells of Jim Norton , a technically brilliant pianist in search of perfection, who is haunted by the natural gift of his friend - a singer who effortlessly 'can make the soul rise up towards the stars'. Director John Theocharis

Contributors

Unknown: Conor Farrington
Unknown: Jim Norton
Director: John Theocharis

: Milhaud and the Marimba

Rainer Kuisma
(marimba/vibraphone) Milhaud Concerto for marimba, vibraphone and orchestra
Norrkoping SO/ Jorma Panula
Alfred Fissinger Suite for Marimba. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Rainer Kuisma

: Proms 1990

I Virtuosi di Roma:
Augusto Loppi (oboe) Franco Fantini (violin) Rocco Filippini (cello) Ferdinando Calcaviello
(cello) director
Angelo Stefanato (violin) live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Corelli Concerto grosso in D, Op 6 No 4
Albinoni Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2 Boccherini Cello
Concerto No 6 in D
(G 479)
Vivaldi Concerto in D for two violins, two cellos and strings (RV 564)
Tartini Violin Concerto in D minor

Contributors

Oboe: Augusto Loppi
Violin: Franco Fantini
Cello: Rocco Filippini
Violin: Angelo Stefanato
Unknown: Royal Albert

: Composers of the Week

Rameau
Overture: Les Surprises de I'Amour
Pièces de clavecin en concerts: Suite No 4
Grand motet: In convertendo (Psalm 26)

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