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: Morning Concert

Handel Concerto grosso in F, Op 3 No 4
ECO/Raymond Leppard
7.10 Grainger Handel in the Strand
Daniel Adni (piano)
7.13 Ireland A London
Overture: LSO/Barbirolli
7.30am News
7.35 Bach Brandenburg
Concerto No 1 in F: I Musici
7.55 Eigar Enigma Variations
LPO/Adrian Boult. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Grainger Handel
Piano: Daniel Adni
Unknown: Bach Brandenburg

: News

: Composers of the Week

Ibert Bacchanale
CBSO/Louis Fremaux
Louisville Concerto
Louisville Orchestra/
Robert Whitney String Quartet
Parrenin Quartet Symphonie marine
CBSO/Fremaux. Records

: For the Bishops of Olmutz

Music associated with the Prince-Bishop Karl Liechtenstein and his successors, whose seat of power was in Moravia.
Vejvanovsky Sonata Italica: Kuentz CO
9.43 Jacob Handl
Mirabile mysterium Canby Singers
9.48 Biber Sonata representativa
Musica Antiqua Cologne
10.00 Adam Michna
Kyrie (St Wenceslas Mass) Czech Philharmonic Chorus/Josef Veselka
10.09 Bach Chorale prelude: Nun komm' der Heiden Heiland(BWV661) Alena Vesela (organ of Olmutz Cathedral)
10.19 Haydn Symphony No 1: Cantilena/Shepherd
10.31 Beethoven
Sanctus (Missa solemnis) Soloists; Wiener Singverein Berlin PO/Karajan
10.50 Vaclav Havel Pastorella in B flat
Collegium Musicum Pragense
10.55 Pavel Kfizkovsky The Love Gift: Moravian Teachers' Choir/Antonfn Tucapsky
11.06 Janacek Glagolitic Mass Soloists; Czech PO and Chorus/Ancerl.
Records Producer Patrick Lambert

Contributors

Unknown: Karl Liechtenstein
Unknown: Jacob Handl
Unknown: Adam Michna
Unknown: Bach Chorale
Unknown: Alena Vesela
Unknown: Vaclav Havel
Unknown: Pavel Kfizkovsky
Unknown: Antonfn Tucapsky
Producer: Patrick Lambert

: Webern and Beethoven

BBC Philharmonic conductor Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich
Webern Five Movements, Op 5
Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)

Contributors

Conductor: Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich

: News

: Chamber Music from Manchester

live from Studio 7.
Lorraine McAslan (violin) Nigel Clayton (piano) Brahms Sonata
Movement (FA A E) Schumann Sonata in A minor, Op 105
Dvorak Sonatina in G, Op 100

Contributors

Violin: Lorraine McAslan
Piano: Nigel Clayton
Unknown: Schumann Sonata
Unknown: Dvorak Sonatina

: Langham Chamber Orchestra

conductor Frank Shipway Hoist Suite: Brook Green
Bruce Montgomery Concertino
Terje Lerstad Concertino Robert Rannes
(contra-bassoon) (R)

Contributors

Conductor: Frank Shipway

: A Tribute to Henry Purcell

A concert of trio sonatas and suites, pavans and voluntaries, sacred songs and ditties from the pen of the English Orpheus.
Lynne Dawson (soprano) Purcell Quartet (R)

Contributors

Soprano: Lynne Dawson

: Peter Hill

(piano)
Mozart Rondo in A minor
(K 511)
Busoni Sonatina seconda
Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op 111 (R)

Contributors

Piano: Mozart Rondo

: Youth Orchestras of the World

Jeunesses Musicales
World Orchestra/
Vernon Handley
Brahms Academic
Festival Overture lsang Yun Muak (Dance Fantasy)
Walton Variations on a Theme by Hindemith
Ravel Suites Nos 1 and 2: Daphnis and Chloe

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Handley
Unknown: Yun Muak

: Along Came Bill

In the fourth of five programmes on the American pianist and composer Bill Evans, Brian Hennessey looks at the early 70s, when Evans's strong rapport with bass player Eddie Gomez led to some fine recordings.

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Hennessey

: News

: The Trojans

Opera in five acts with text and music by Berlioz, live from the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, in a production by Scottish Opera. (sung in French)
1: The Capture of Troy
Scottish Opera Chorus chorusmaster
Stephen Jackson
Scottish Opera Orchestra conductor John Mauceri (In association with IBM United Kingdom Trust)
(Part 2 'The Trojans at Carthage' tomorrow at 7.10pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Jackson
Conductor: John Mauceri
Cassandra: Marie Slorach (soprano)
Aeneas: Seppo Ruohonen (tenor)
Choroebus: Steven Page (baritone)
Pantheus: David Marsh (bass)
Ascanius: Andrea Bolton (soprano)
Ghost of Hector: David Gwynne (bass)
Priam: Glenville Hargreaves (bass)
Hecuba: Ann McLellan-Scott (mezzo)
Greek captain: David Morrison (bass)
Trojan soldier: Jonathan Hawkins (bar)
Helenus: Stuart Nielson-Kemp (ten)

: The Friday Play

Critics' Choice: Pravda
Howard Brenton and David Hare 's stage comedy about a South
, African media tycoon whose manipulative powers extend even to Fleet Street.
Adapted and directed by Richard Wortley

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Brenton
Unknown: David Hare
Directed By: Richard Wortley
Lambert Le Roux: Anthony Hopkins
Eaton Sylvester: Bill Nighy
Andrew May: Robert Glenister
Rebecca Foley: Suzanne Burden
Eliot Fruit Norton: Frederick Treves
Sir Stamford Foley: Garard Green
Bill Smiley: Stephen Tompkinson
Hany Morrison: David King
Michael Quince, MP: Christopher Good
Dennis Payne: Vincent Brimble
Bishop of Putney: James Greene
Leander Scroop: Simon Treves
Doug Fanton: Danny Schiller
Larry Punt: Nicholas Gilbrook

: Composers of the Week

Clementi and Hummel Clementi Capriccio in E minor, Op 47 No 1 Hummel Septet, Op 74

Contributors

Unknown: Hummel Clementi Capriccio

: News

: Night School









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