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: Open University

Shakespeare: Acting Cleopatra

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: Morning Concert

Soler Sonata in F sharp (R 90)
Virginia Black (h'chord)
7.05 Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol Montreal SO/ Charles Dutoit
7.21 Debussy La Soiree dans Grenade
Cecile Ousset (piano)
7.30am News
7.35 Mozart Oboe
Quartet: Heinz Holliger Orlando Quartet
7.54 Strauss Du meines
Herzens Kronelein ; Cacilie; Standchen-,
Zueignung Margaret Price (soprano) Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)
8.05 Copland Rodeo (complete ballet)
St Louis SO/Slatkin Records

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dutoit
Unknown: Herzens Kronelein
Unknown: Zueignung Margaret
Piano: Wolfgang Sawallisch

: News

: French Baroque Music

The second of six programmes.
Jean-Baptiste Lully Anima Christi
Les Arts Florissants/ William Christie
Marais Tombeau pour M de
Lully Sarah Cunningham , Ariane Maurette
(violas da gamba)
Mitzi Meyerson (h'chord) Lully Miserere
Donna Brown (soprano) Guillemette Laurens
(mezzo), Howard Crook , Herve Lamy (tenors) Peter Kooy (bass)
Choir and Orchestra of La Chapelle Royale/ Philippe Herreweghe Records

Contributors

Unknown: William Christie
Unknown: Marais Tombeau
Unknown: Lully Sarah Cunningham
Unknown: Mitzi Meyerson
Soprano: Donna Brown
Soprano: Guillemette Laurens
Unknown: Howard Crook
Tenors: Herve Lamy
Bass: Peter Kooy
Unknown: Philippe Herreweghe

: Glenn Gould

The second of nine programmes tracing the Canadian pianist's career. Beethoven Piano Concerto
No 2 in Bflat, Op 19 Leningrad PO/
Vladislav Slovak
Bach Partita No 6 in E minor (BWV 830)

: Music Weekly

Presented by Peter Paul Nash.
'Nothing is true except what is unsaid.'
Henry Zajaczkowski examines paradoxes in Tchaikovsky's character. Also, Jan Smaczny reports back from a conference on Dvorak in New Orleans.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Paul Nash.
Unknown: Henry Zajaczkowski
Unknown: Jan SmacZny

: From the Proms 1990

Moscow Virtuosi conductor
Vladimir Spivakov
Mozart Symphony No 29 in A (K 201)
Shostakovich, arr Barshai Chamber
Symphony
11.45 Interval Reading
11.50 Vivaldi The Four
Seasons

Contributors

Conductor: Vladimir Spivakov

: Replay

The last programme in the series in which
Philip French quarries gems from the BBC Sound Archives.
This week: Rose
Macaulay talks about Building a Library.
(First broadcast in 1949) Producer Tim Suter

Contributors

Producer: Tim Suter

: News

: Your Comic Relief Choice

Paul Guinery presents a further selection of requests from listeners who have written in over the last few weeks with donations to Comic Relief.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery

: St John Passion

A setting of the Latin text by the Estonian composer Arvo Part.
Hilliard Ensemble , Capricorn, Western
Wind Chamber Choir, director Paul Hillier
Records

Contributors

Unknown: Hilliard Ensemble
Director: Paul Hillier

: Celebrity Recital

Alfred Brendel (piano) Haydn Sonata in C minor (H XVI 20) Schumann Etudes symphoniques
4.45 Alfred Brendel talks with Natalie Wheen.
5.10 Beethoven
Six Variations, Op 34
Sonata in A flat, Op 110

Contributors

Piano: Alfred Brendel
Talks: Alfred Brendel
Unknown: Natalie Wheen.

: Sunday Sequence

From Ripon Cathedral a commemoration with words and music of themes relating to the events of Palm Sunday and Holy Week.
The meditation is led by the Dean of Ripon, the Very Rev
Christopher Campling.
Organist and Master of the Choristers Ronald Perrin.
Hosannah to the Son of David (Gibbons); The
Lamentations (Bairstow); Love One Another
(Wesley); Love Bade Me Welcome (Williams);
Loving Shepherd of Thy Sheep (Cooke); And the Peace of God Which
Passeth All Understanding (Purcell); I Wrestle and Pray (Bach); How Beautiful Are the Feet (Handel); Thy Word Is a Lantern; It Is a Thing Most
Wonderful (Moore);
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree (Holman); God So Loved the World
(Stainer); But Thanks Be to God (Handel)

Contributors

Organist: Christopher Campling.
Unknown: Ronald Perrin.

: Three Sorrowful Mysteries

Biber Mystery Sonatas: The Sweating of Blood;
The Crowning with Thorns: The Carrying of the Cross John Holloway (violin) Davitt Moroney
(organ, harpsichord) Tragicomedia

Contributors

Violin: John Holloway
Violin: Davitt Moroney

: Sunday Play

Kings
An account of Books
1 and 2 of Homer's Iliad by Christopher Logue , performed by Alan Howard. Music by Donald Fraser. In the ninth year of the war, the Greeks are still outside the walls of Troy. Achilles and Agamemnon quarrel over a slave girl and the gods, with pitiless caprice, intervene and so change the destinies of heroes and host, armies and cities.
Director Liane Aukin

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Logue
Unknown: Alan Howard.
Music By: Donald Fraser.
Director: Liane Aukin

: Berlin PO

conductor Neeme Jarvi Daniel Stabrawa (violin) Arvo Part Symphony No
Prokofiev Violin Concerto
No 1 inD, Op 19
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor, Op 64

Contributors

Violin: Daniel Stabrawa

: Membra Jesu Nostri

Ad ubera portabimini The second of seven
Holy Week cantatas by Buxtehude, in a Lutheran devotional context.

: Allegri String Quartet

Haydn String Quartet, Op 64 No 2 in B minor Egon Wellesz Quartet No 5

: News









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