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: Open University

Open Forum: News and Features about the OU

: Morning Concert Beethoven

Symphony No 8 in F Vienna PO/
Claudio Abbado

Contributors

Unknown: Claudio Abbado

: News

: Couperin

Royal Concert No 3
Sigiswald Kuijken (violin) Barthold Kuijken (recorder)
Wieland Kuijken (cello) Ensemble
7.57 Brahms Souvenir de la Russie, Op 151 Duo Crommelynck
8.12 Warlock Capriol Suite: Guildhall
String Ensemble/
Robert Salter (violin) Producer Alan Hall. Records

Contributors

Cello: Wieland Kuijken
Violin: Robert Salter
Producer: Alan Hall.

: News

: Ulster Orchestra

leader Paul Willey conductor Adrian Leaper Alexander Baillie (cello) Schumann
Overture: Manfred Faure Pelléas et
Melisande Schumann , orch
Shostakovich Cello
Concerto in A minor, Op 129

Contributors

Leader: Paul Willey
Conductor: Adrian Leaper
Cello: Alexander Baillie
Unknown: Melisande Schumann

: Saturday Review

Presented by Edward Greenfield.
Record Review
Building a Library:
Corelli's Chamber Music by Anthony Burton.
Robert Layton reviews new records of Scandinavian music.
10.40 Record Release
Nielsen Hymnus Amoris Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra of Danish
National Radio/ Leif Segerstam
11.03 Beethoven
Clarinet Trio, Op 11 Nash Ensemble
11.25 Walton Suite from 'The Wise Virgins'
LPO/Bryden Thomson

Contributors

Presented By: Edward Greenfield.
Music By: Anthony Burton.
Music By: Robert Layton
Unknown: Leif Segerstam
Unknown: Walton Suite

: Edward Greenfield

talks to the founder and powerhouse behind BIS Records,
Robert von Bahr.
12.12 Sibelius Violin
Concerto (first version, 1903/4)
Leonidas Kavacos (violin) Lahti SO/Osmo Vanska Producers Nick Morgan and Kate Bolton. Records
(Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Von Bahr.
Violin: Leonidas Kavacos
Producers: Nick Morgan
Producers: Kate Bolton.

: Words

A reflection on language by James Naughtie. Wordsmiths

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie.

: News

: Violin and Viola

Mark Lubotsky and Nobuko Imai
Mozart Duo in G (K 423)
Hindemith Sonata for violin, Op 31 No 2 Mozart
Duo in B flat (K 424)
2.05pm
British Music
David Wilde (piano) BBC Philharmonic
Orchestra conductor
Edward Downes leader Dennis Simons
Tippett Piano Concerto Alexander Goehr
Symphony with Chaconne

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lubotsky
Unknown: Nobuko Imai
Unknown: Mozart Duo
Leader: Edward Downes
Leader: Dennis Simons
Unknown: Alexander Goehr

: Clarinet and Piano

Fiona Cross (clarinet)
Kathryn Lenehan (piano) Arthur Benjamin
Le Tombeau de Ravel
Schumann Phantasiestucke , Op 73 Jean Francaix
Variations on a Pleasant
Theme

Contributors

Piano: Kathryn Lenehan
Piano: Arthur Benjamin
Unknown: Schumann Phantasiestucke

: Tuning Up

Chris de Souza meets the members of the versatile
Guildhall String Ensemble and introduces a programme of works by Handel. John Woolrich , Britten and Bartok.
Producer Nigel Wilkinson

Contributors

Unknown: Chris de Souza
Unknown: Handel. John Woolrich
Producer: Nigel Wilkinson

: Jazz Record Requests

with Charles Fox.
Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Fox.
Producer: Andrew Mussett

: Third Opinion

A week in the arts with Christopher Cook.
Reviews: The Lulu plays of Wedekind at the Almeida Theatre;
Christopher Logue 's translation of Homer -
Kings; and Jack Emery 's 'Trial' plays on Radio 3.
Opinions: Paul Barker and Marilyn Butler. Features:
William Burroughs - Literary Outlaw?
Is a Marxist history still possible?
Producers Tim Dee and John Boundy

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook.
Unknown: Christopher Logue
Unknown: Jack Emery
Unknown: Paul Barker
Unknown: Marilyn Butler.
Unknown: William Burroughs
Producers: Tim Dee
Producers: John Boundy

: Katya Kabanova

Janacek's three-act opera in a new production by Jonathan Miller , conducted by Charles Mackerras. The last of three operas live from New York's Met. (soprano) (soprano) (bass) (mezzo) (tenor)
Chorus and Orchestra of the New York Metropolitan Opera
Acts 1 and 2 7.45 New York
Streetscapes
Architectural historian Christopher Gray explores the changing landscape of the city through three New York addresses.
3: Orchard Street, Lower East Side

Contributors

Production By: Jonathan Miller
Conducted By: Charles MacKerras.
Unknown: Christopher Gray
Katya: Gabriela Benackova
Kabanicha: Leonie Rysanek
Boris: Wieslaw Ochman (tenor)
Dikoj: Aage Haugland
Varvara: Susan Quittmeyer
Vanya: Peter Straka (tenor)
Tichon: Allan Glassman

: Act 3

(An EBU presentation in association with the Texaco
Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network)

: Takacs String Quartet

Gabor Takacs-Nagy (violin)
Karoly Schranz (violin) Gabor Ormai (viola) Andras Fejer (cello)
Haydn Quartet in G, Op 76 No 1
Beethoven Quartet in A. Op 18 No 5

Contributors

Violin: Karoly Schranz
Viola: Gabor Ormai
Cello: Andras Fejer

: Issues

A discussion on an issue of the moment, chaired by Robert Hewison.
Producer Rachel Yorke

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Hewison.
Producer: Rachel Yorke

: Tatyana Nikolaeva

(piano)
Tchaikovsky Sonata in G, Op 37
11.10 Interval Reading
11.15 Stravinsky Serenade in A
Scriabin Two pieces for piano left hand, Op 9 Waltz in A flat, Op 38 Poème tragique, Op 34

Contributors

Piano: Tchaikovsky Sonata
Unknown: Stravinsky Serenade

: News









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