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: Open University

Lord Briggs on Victorian Culture

: Morning Concert

Delius Summer Night on the Water
Andrew Shulman (cello) Ian Brown (piano)
7.03 Albinoni Concerto inC, Op 7 No
Gheorghe Zamfir
(panpipes), Neil Black
(oboe); ECO/James Judd
7.08 Bizet LArlesienne, Suite No 1: Ulster Orch/ Yan Pascal Tortelier

Contributors

Cello: Andrew Shulman
Piano: Ian Brown
Panpipes: Neil Black

: News

7.35 Brahms Tragic Overture, Op 81
Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado
7.48 Moeran Serenade in G: Ulster Orch/Handley
8.12 Britten Matinees musicales: National PO/ Richard Bonynge. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Bonynge.

: News

: Composers of the Week

Chopin Fantasy on Polish Airs in A, Op 13 Misha Dichter (piano) Philharmonia/Marriner Etude, Op 10 No 12
Andrei Gavrilov (piano)
Polonaise in A, Op 40 No 1 Polonaise in A flat. Op 53 Shura Cherkassky (piano) Lithuanian Song; Leaves Are Falling (Op 74 Nos 16117); Enchantment; Reverie
Elisabeth Soderstrom (sop) Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) Krakowiak - Concert
Rondo in F, Op 14
Claudio Arrau (piano)
LPO/Eliahu Inbal. Records

Contributors

Piano: Misha Dichter
Piano: Andrei Gavrilov
Piano: Shura Cherkassky
Unknown: Elisabeth Soderstrom
Piano: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Piano: Claudio Arrau

: Midweek Choice

with Susan Sharpe.
Purcell Come Ye Sons of Art: Soloists; Oriana Concert Choir and Orchestra/Alfred Deller
10.01 Beethoven Sonata
No 15, Op 28 (Pastorale) Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
10.22 Raymond Parfrey Dolce Domenico
Suite: Camerata Nova CO
10.32 Vaughan
Williams Silent Noon
(The House of Life)
Thomas Allen (baritone) Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
10.37 Reger Fantasie and Fugue, Op 135b
Karol Golebiowski (organ)
10.54 Bruch Violin Concerto No 2, Op 44 Itzhak Perlman (violin) Israel PO/Zubin Mehta
11.19 Stravinksy Suite No 2
London Sinfonietta/Chailly
11.26 Drdln Souvenir
I Salonisti. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Piano: Wilhelm Kempff
Baritone: Thomas Allen
Piano: Geoffrey Parsons
Piano: Reger Fantasie
Unknown: Karol Golebiowski
Violin: Itzhak Perlman

: BBC PO Spanish Tour

conductor Gunther Herbig Schubert SymPhony No 8 (D 759) (Unfinished) Bruckner Symphony No 6 in A

Contributors

Conductor: Gunther Herbig

: News

: Concert Hall

Maggini Quartet, live from Broadcasting House, London. Mozart Quartet in Eflat (K 428)
David Gow Quartet No 7 (Quartetto amabile) (1990)

Contributors

Unknown: David Gow

: Record Review

: Vintage Years

Koussevitzky conducts Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, Suite No 2; Violin Concerto No 2 in G minor
Jascha Heifetz ; Boston SO Mono records: 1937-45

Contributors

Unknown: Jascha Heifetz

: Choral Evensong

live from the Queens's
Free Chapel of St George, Windsor Castle.
Introit: Set Me as a Seal
(Walton); Responses:
Statham; Psalms: 27-9 (Buck, Hylton-Stewart, Howells, Attwood);
Lessons: 2 Chronicles 14, w 2-15; James 3;
Canticles: Chichester
Service (Walton);
Anthem: Blest Pair of Sirens (Parry); Organ voluntary: Fugue in E flat (St Anne) (Bach) Director of Music
Christopher Robinson Organist Roger Judd

Contributors

Organist: Christopher Robinson
Organist: Roger Judd

: Roses and Nightingales

For hundreds of years, the song of the nightingale has inspired Persian classical music. Laudan Nooshin introduces the Dastgah Segah , a piece from the traditional repertoire. Records

Contributors

Introduces: Laudan Nooshin
Unknown: Dastgah Segah

: Mainly for Pleasure

Brian Kay looks at music and musicians associated with London's 90-year-old Wigmore Hall.
Producer Edward Blakeman

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Kay
Unknown: Wigmore Hall.
Producer: Edward Blakeman

: News

: Third Ear

Terry Eagleton , the newly appointed Warton Professor of English at Oxford and the first Marxist critic to take an Oxford chair, talks to Robert Hewison on the publication of his new book, Ideology.
Producer Rachel Yorke

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Eagleton
Unknown: Robert Hewison
Producer: Rachel Yorke

: Bath Festival 1991

live from Wells Cathedral. Amanda Roocroft ,
Rosa Mannion (sopranos) William Kendall (tenor) Alastair Miles (bass)
Monteverdi Choir ; English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Mozart Incidental music: Thamos, King of Egypt (K 345)
8.30 Mozart: A
Fragmentary Story An account of the detective-work behind the reconstruction of one of Mozart's numerous fragmentary compositions, the Rondo in A (K 386).
Narrator Benjamin Whitrow.
8.50 Mozart Mass in C minor (The Great) (K 427) (In assoc Sanyo Electric Co Ltd)

Contributors

Unknown: Amanda Roocroft
Sopranos: Rosa Mannion
Tenor: William Kendall
Bass: Alastair Miles
Bass: Monteverdi Choir
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Narrator: Benjamin Whitrow.

: The Wilson Years

The last of the series.
5: A Discussion
Anthony Howard chairs a discussion on the issues raised by the series. With Joe Haines , Lord Jenkins of Hillhead and Professor
Ben Pimlott.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Howard
Unknown: Joe Haines
Unknown: Ben Pimlott.

: Piano Trios

Raphael Trio
Haydn Trio in Eflat (HXV22)
Ravel Trio in A minor

: News

: Composers of the Week

Birtwistle Carmen
Arcadiae mechanicae perpetuum; Clarinet
Quintet; Pulse Sampler; Silbury Air

Contributors

Unknown: Birtwistle Carmen

: Night School

As broadcast this morning on R5








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