Hoist Uranus (The
7.06 Famaby, arr
Howarth Mal Sims , His Dream, His Humour
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
7.10 Chopin Variations on a Theme by Rossini Maxence Larrieu (flute) Susanna Mildonian (harp)
7.15 Arnold Set 2 of English Dances
7.35 Handel Concerto a due cori No 3 in F
7.52 Schubert Trio in B flat (D 28) Beaux Arts Trio
8.00 C P E Bach
Symphony in E minor (Wq 178/H 653)
C P E Bach CO/Haenchen
8.12 Gershwin Rhapsody No 2: Los Angeles
Thomas (piano). Records
D'Indy Symphonic Variations 'Istar'
9.50 RousseX jazz dans la nuit; Deux melodies, Op 20
Sarah Walker (mezzo) Roger Vignoles (piano)
10.00 Turina La
Oracion del Torero
10.08 De Severac
Aldo CiccoUni (piano)
10.28 Palestrina Mass:
Maria Choir of the Chappelle Royale , Paris/Herreweghe
10.52 Guilmant Sonata
No 1 in D minor:
Simon Preston (organ)
11.15 Albeniz(orch Arbos) Evocation; El Puerto: El Albaicin; Triana (Iberia)
11.42 Roussel Serenade for flute, harp and string trio: Melos Ensemble
12.00 D'lndy The Death of Wallenstein
Records. Producer Ray Abbott
or 'Singin' in the Rain' meets 'The Flight of the Bumble Bee'.
Seating up to 26,000, the Hollywood Bowl is the world's largest regular concert venue.
Jeremy Siepmann goes behind the scenes and traces the Bowl's colourful history with the help of performers, administration and a battalion of crickets.
Producer Ray Abbott (R)
Concerto grosso in D minor, Op 3 No 5;
Cantata: Donna che in ciel for soprano and strings; Sonata a cinque
Roy Goodman (solo violin)
3.35 Interval Reading
3.40 The Choice of Hercules: Soloists
London Handel Choir and Orchestra/Darlow (R)
Sarah Walker (mezzo) Peter Ustinov (narrator) conductor Michael Tilson Thomas (piano) live from the Barbican Hall, London.
Leopold Mozart Toy Symphony
Stravinsky Souvenir de mon enfance; Tilimbom; The Owl and the Pussy-Cat
8.15 Childhood in the Middle Ages
For some 30 years historians have held that the Middle Ages had no concept of childhood. Jeffrey Richards, Professor of Cultural History at Lancaster University, questions that view in the light of recent research and suggests a new interpretation of the medieval attitude to children.
8.35 Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf
Matthews Machines and Dreams (world premiere)
Britten Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
(in association with Nikon UK Limited)
John Surman (saxophones, bass clarinet) and the American drummer and pianist Jack Dejohnette joined forces with the Balanescu String Quartet at the 1990 Camden Jazz Festival to play compositions by themselves and Alexander Balanescu.
Producer Derek Drescher
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