Haydn Concerto in C
Jacqueline du Pre (cello) ECO/Daniel Barenboim
7.35 Schein Suite in A minor: Hesperion XX/ Jordi Savall
7.46 Respighi Suite:
Trie Birds: I Sdisti Veneti/
Impromptu in A flat
Richard Goode (piano)
8.12 John Adams The
San Francisco SO/
Edo de Waart. Records
Concerto in F (RV 567) Academy of Ancient Music/Hogwood
Trio Sonata in G minor
Jakob Lindberg (lute) Nils-Erik Spauf (violin) Kari Ottesen (cello)
Maria Wiestander (organ) Cantata: Lungi dal vago volto (RV 680)
Emma Kirkby (soprano) Tafelmusik Baroque Ensemble
Oboe Sonata in C minor
(RV 53): CamerataKoln Concerto in G minor 'per I'Orchestra di Dresda'
Taverner Players/Parrott Records
Paul Spicer introduces a selection of music from this year's concerts.
Michala Petri (recorder) Jean Guillou (organ)
Guildhall String Ensemble
conductor Takuo Yuasa
Geoffrey Haydock (clarinet)
Pokorny Clarinet concerto in B flat Weber Clarinet concertino, Op 26
Mozart Symphony No 26 in E flat (KI84)
live from Studio 7.
Imogen Cooper (piano) Schoenberg Six Little Pieces, Op 19
Janacek In the Mists Schubert Sonata in C minor (D 958)
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Dame Maggie Teyte Recordings of German,
English and French songs from 1937 and 1950, Maggie Teyte's own memories of Thomas Edison , and introductory comments from Gerald Moore.
Producer Alan Hall. Mono
Martin Roscoe (piano) Shostakovich October, Op 132
Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op 43
Hoddinott Concerto for orchestra, Op 127 (first broadcast)
with Fiona Talkington Producer Ian Carson
The second of four programmes on pianist and composer Jelly Roll
Morton. At the end of the 20s he moved to New
York and began to recruit musicians, increasing the size of his band.
Presented by Charles Fox.
On the occasion of his retrospective exhibition at the Whitechapel
Gallery, London, 'new image' painter
Ian McKeever talks to Tony Godfrey about the inspiration he draws from walking in remote places. Producer Judith Bumpus
'The street sounds to the soldiers' tread ...
... Soldiers marching, all to die ...'
Two poems by A E Housman, as set to music by four composers: Arthur Somervell, John Ireland, Lieutenant George Butterworth and Private Ivor Gurney. Records
live from the Barbican
Evelyn Glennie (percussion)
Jean Bernard Pommier
Anne Queffelec (pianos) City of London Sinfonia leader Nicholas Ward conductor
Narrator Richard Baker
Ravel Suite : Mother
Saint-Saens, arr Glennie Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
8.25 Richard Langham Smith looks at the validity of the remark by music critic Claude Rostand that
Francis Poulenc had in him 'both monk and guttersnipe'. Extracts from the composer's letters and those of his friends are read by Michael Deacon and Diana Olsson. Producer Judith Roles
8.45 Poulenc Concerto for two pianos
Carnival of the Animals (In association with John Laing Construction)
In conversation with Louis MacNeice 's biographer
Jon Stallworthy , artist Nancy Spender remembers a Hebridean journey with the poet in 1937. With Ann Mann , who devised and compiled the programme, and archive recordings of MacNeice himself. Producer Piers Plowright
BBC Scottish SO leader
Geoffrey Trabichoff conductor
Jane Manning (soprano) Florian Kitt (cello)
Wolfgang Rihm Spur Nigel Osborne The Sickle
Konzertstuck for cello and orchestra
The Confession of Isobel Gowdie
Sextet; Different trains for string quartet and electronics