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: Morning Concert

Telemann Quartet in D minor
Concentus Musicus , Vienna/Harnoncourt
7.18 Berlioz Royal Hunt and Storm (The Trojans) CBSO/Fremaux
7.30am News
7.35 J Strauss (son) Tales from the Vienna
Woods: J Strauss Orch of Vienna/Boskovsky
7.47 Tailleferre
Concertino
Nicanor Zabaleta (harp) French National Radio
Orchestra/Jean Martinon
8.05 Haydn Symphony No 78 in C minor
Orpheus CO. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Concentus Musicus
Unknown: Strauss Orch

: News

: Composers of the Week

Vivaldi Concerto in D minor (RV 565)
English Concert/Pinnock Sonata in F (RV 70)
Catherine MacKintosh , Elizabeth Wallfisch
(violins)
Sonata in D minor (RV 63) London Baroque
Cantata: Amor hai vinto
(RV 683)
Gerard Lesne (counter-ten) II Seminario Musicale
Concerto in D (RV 95)
Taverner Players/Parrott Records

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine MacKintosh
Violins: Elizabeth Wallfisch
Unknown: Gerard Lesne

: Morning Sequence

Gabrieli Canzon per sonar a 4: Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
9.37 Bernstein Ballet:
Fancy Free
BBC SO/Sian Edwards
10.00 Purcell Fantasia on One Note: London Baroque
10.05 Jakob Handl
0 Magnum Mysterium
The Sixteen/Christophers
10.08 Tippett Concerto for Double String Orchestra
10.32 Gabrieli Jubilate
Deo: Choir of King's College, Cambridge/ Stephen Cleobury
10.38 Shostakovich
Symphony No 9 in E flat
11.07 Gabrieli Canzon per sonar a 8 for brass ensemble

Contributors

Unknown: Purcell Fantasia
Unknown: Jakob Handl
Unknown: Stephen Cleobury
Unknown: Gabrieli Canzon

: Lichfield Festival Concert

Raphael Oleg (violin) BBC PO, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Musorgsky Prelude: Khovanshchina
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D
Shostakovich
Symphony No 5
(In association with Marling Industries pic)

Contributors

Violin: Raphael Oleg
Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier

: News

: Sweet Woods

Rufus Miiller (tenor) and Christopher Wilson (lute) perform Elizabethan courtly music associated with the Earls of Leicester and Essex, including works to texts by Sir Philip Sidney.

Contributors

Tenor: Rufus Miiller
Tenor: Christopher Wilson
Unknown: Sir Philip Sidney.

: Music Weekly

: La Bande a Franck

Fifth of six programmes. Today's music includes Magnard's Hymne a Venus; d'lndy's Thème varie, fugue et chanso; part of Chausson's opera Le Roi Arthus; and Serenata playing piano quartets by Lekeu and Chausson. (R)

: Ulster Orchestra

conductor Lionel Friend
Kodaly Dances from Galanta
Lutoslawski Little Suite
Szymanski Partita IV (R)

Contributors

Conductor: Lionel Friend

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Janet Alexander Producer Anthony Sellors

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Alexander
Producer: Anthony Sellors

: News

: Third Ear

Michael Schmidt talks to the Mexican poet and philosopher Octavio Paz , who was recently awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Producer John Boundy

Contributors

Talks: Michael Schmidt
Unknown: Octavio Paz
Producer: John Boundy

: Krenek Triple Bill

Three one-act operas written in 1926-7. The Dictator
(A tragic opera)
The wife of an officer blinded by poison-gas decides to kill the dictator responsible for the war.

Contributors

Dictator: Karl-Friedrich Durr
Charlotte, his wife: Marcela Holzapfel
Officer: Jerrold van Der Schaaf
Maria, his wife: Ulrike Sonntag

: John Willett

discusses the cultural climate of the Weimar Republic.

: The Secret Kingdom

(A fairytale opera)
A weak king, overthrown by his people, finds his true kingdom in a magic forest.
9.00 'Krenek: The man who wanted new conventions'.
A talk by Dick Witts.
9.05 Heavyweight, or The Honour of the Nation
(A burlesque operetta) A 'training-room' farce.
Stuttgart State Orchestra conductor
Manfred Schreier
Producer Christopher Pope

Contributors

Talk By: Dick Witts.
Conductor: Manfred Schreier
Producer: Christopher Pope
King: Raymond Wolansky
Queen: Marcela Holzapfel
Fool: Jorn W Wilsing
Rebel: Guy Renard
Ochsenschwanz, the boxer: Karl-Friedrich Durr
Evelyne, his wife: Marja-Leena Varpio
Gaston, the dance instructor: Jerrold van Der Schaff
Prof Himmelhuber: Raymond Wolansky
Anna Maria Himmelhuber, his daughter: Helene Schneiderman
Journalist: Roderic Keating

: Drama Now

Lost Souls
Patrick is sent to man a data-buoy moored off the English coast.
His isolation ends when he rescues a lone yachtsman. Written by Manny Draycott-Lai .
Director Cherry Cookson

Contributors

Written By: Manny Draycott-Lai
Director: Cherry Cookson
Patrick: John Castle
Bill: Michael Cochrane
Miriam: Frances Jeater
Kelly: Patience Tomlinson
Doug: Vincent Brimble
Mother: Auriol Smith
Officer: James Greene

: The Delights of Music

John Whenham presents a selection from the 1609 song-book of Jacopo Peri , performed by Mark Tucker (tenor) and Nigel North (lute). (R)

Contributors

Unknown: John Whenham
Unknown: Jacopo Peri
Tenor: Mark Tucker
Tenor: Nigel North

: Brahms

The four symphonies arranged for two pianos, played by Martin Roscoe and Ronan O'Hora.
Symphony No 2 in D, Op 73
(Third programme next Saturday at 6.30pm)

Contributors

Played By: Martin Roscoe
Played By: Ronan O'Hora.

: Composers of the Week

Steve Reich
Music for mallet instruments, voices and organ; Octet; Six Marimbas

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Reich

: News

: Night School









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