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: Morning Concert

Schumann Fairy Tales. Op 132
Sabine Meyer (clarinet) Tabea Zimmermann
(viola)
Hartmut H öll (piano)
7.16 Borodin Polovtsian
Dances (Prince Igor)
USSR State Academy SO/ Yevgeny Svetlanov

Contributors

Clarinet: Sabine Meyer
Viola: Tabea Zimmermann
Viola: Hartmut H
Unknown: Yevgeny Svetlanov

: News

7.35 Berlioz Love Scene
(Romeo and Juliet) New England
Conservatory Chorus Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa
7.52 Albeniz Asturias
John Williams (guitar)
7.58 Glazunov Violin
Concerto in A minor
Jascha Heifetz (violin) RCA SO/Walter Hendl
8.18 Litolff Scherzo from Concerto symphonique No 4 John Ogdon (piano)
CBSO/Louis Fremaux Records

: News

: Composers of the Week

Mozart (1756-91)
Concert aria: No. che non sei capace (K419) Edith Gruberova
(soprano)
Mozarteum Orchestra,
Salzburg/Leopold Hager Piano Concerto No 17 7 in G (K 453)
ECO/Murray Perahia (piano)
String Quintet in C minor (K516b)
Grumiaux Trio with Arpad Gerecz and Max Lasueur
Records

Contributors

Soprano: Edith Gruberova
Unknown: Arpad Gerecz

: Morning Sequence

Poulenc Aubade
Francois-Rene Duchable
(piano)
Rotterdam PO/ James Conlon
9.55 Haydn
Trio No 64 in D
Esterhazy Baryton Trio
10.01 Faure Sonata
No 1 in A, Op 13 Mayumi Fujikawa (violin)
Jorge Osorio (piano)
10.25 Salieri Triple Concerto in D
Heinz Holliger (oboe)
Thomas Demenga (cello) Camerata Bern /
Thomas Furi (violin)
10.50
Hahn Les Fontaines : A Chloris; Quand je fus pris au pavillon
Martyn Hill (tenor)
Graham Johnson (piano)
10.56 Haydn Trio No 82 inC
11.07 Dukas La Peri
Ulster Orchestra/
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Records

Contributors

Unknown: James Conlon
Piano: Jorge Osorio
Oboe: Heinz Holliger
Cello: Thomas Demenga
Cello: Camerata Bern
Violin: Thomas Furi
Violin: Hahn Les Fontaines
Tenor: Martyn Hill
Piano: Graham Johnson

: Halle Orchestra

conductor
Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos Stravinsky
The Fairy's Kiss
Mahler Symphony No I in D

Contributors

Conductor: Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos

: News

: Matisse Piano Quartet

Bill Connor Sonata for piano quartet
Faure Piano Quartet
No 2

: Music Weekly

: New Bach Collegium Musicum of Leipzig

conductor
Burkhard Glaetzner (oboe) Gunnar Kaltofen (violin) Karl Heinz Passin (flute)
Bach Concerto in C minor for oboe and violin (BWV 1060)
Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor (BWV 1067) Telemann Oboe Concerto in B minor
C P E Bach Symphony in B minor (Wq 182 No 5)

Contributors

Oboe: Burkhard Glaetzner
Violin: Gunnar Kaltofen
Flute: Karl Heinz Passin
Unknown: Bach Symphony

: Barry Douglas

at the Summer Music
Society of Dorset.
Mozart Piano Sonata in A minor (K 310)
Berg Piano Sonata, Op 1 Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues in Dflat, Op 87 No 15 and in D minor. Op 87 No 24

: Interval Reading

4.50 Brahms Ballade in B. Op 10 No 4; Capriccio in C minor. Op 116 No 3; Intermezzo in E, Op 116 No 4; Capriccio in D minor. Op 116 No 7 Liszt Après une lecture du Dante (S 161 No 7) (In association with R and J Carlyle-Clarke Ltd and Phillips International Fine Art Auctioneers)

Contributors

Unknown: Brahms Ballade

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Janet Alexander. Producer Hugh Warwick

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Alexander.
Producer: Hugh Warwick

: News

: Third Ear

Australian novelist
Thomas Keneally talks to Paul Bailey about his new book, Flying Hero Class. Producer Sally Marmion

Contributors

Talks: Thomas Keneally
Unknown: Paul Bailey
Producer: Sally Marmion

: London Philharmonic

conductor Klaus Tennstedt live from the Royal
Festival Hall, London. Smetana Overture:
The Bartered Bride
Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G
8.15 The Bright Streets of Grammar
Chris Stray , of University College, Swansea, reflects on the origins of Kennedy's Latin Primer and looks to earlier times, when following the rules was of peripheral importance, and understanding was paramount.
8.35 Janacek Sinfonietta (in association with Pioneer High Fidelity (GB) Limited)

Contributors

Conductor: Klaus Tennstedt
Unknown: Chris Stray

: Drama Now

Christianity at Glacier by Halldor Laxness. Translated from the Icelandic by Magnus Magnusson and dramatised by Robert Ferguson.
The Bishop's emissary has been sent to find out why the church has been nailed up, but he discovers The Sagas,
Paganism. Cosmobiology and Jules Verne have more relevance than church-bound Christianity.
Music: Malcolm Clarke.
Director Janet Whitaker

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Dramatised By: Robert Ferguson.
Dramatised By: Jules Verne
Music: Malcolm Clarke.
Director: Janet Whitaker
Bishop's emissary: Mike Grady
Pastor Jon: Denys Hawthorne
Woman: Elizabeth Bell
Mundi Mundasson: Gordon Sterne
Jodinus Elfrock: Joe Dunlop
Helgi: Michael Graham Cox
Miss Pestle-Thora: Joan Matheson
Saknussem the Second: Peter Craze

: Dum Sacrum Mysterium

Robert Carver 's ten-part Mass, sung by the BBC Singers, conductor
Harry Christophers

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Carver
Conductor: Harry Christophers

: Frank Bridge

Three Idylls
Brindisi String Quartet

: News

: Composers of the Week

Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor. Op 50: Does the Day Reign?, Op 47
No 6; Spring Song. Op 54 No 13: Simple Words, Op 60 No 12








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