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: Open University

Maths: Methods of Integration

: Morning Concert

Dvorak Symphonic poem: The Golden Spinning
Wheel: Czech PO/Gregor
7.30 am News
7.35 Tallis Motet: Spem in alium: Tallis Scholars/ Peter Phillips
7.45 Telemann Concerto in E for flute, oboe d'amore and viola d'amore:
Stephen Preston , Clare Shanks , Monica Huggett
Academy of Ancient Music/ Christopher Hogwood
8.01 Berwald Symphony in Eflat (1845) Gothenberg SO/
Neeme Jarvi. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Phillips
Unknown: Stephen Preston
Unknown: Clare Shanks
Music: Christopher Hogwood

: News

: Composers of the Week

Mozart Martern aller Arten;
Movements from Act 3 (Harmoniemusik from
Die Entfiihrung aus dem Serail): Amadeus Winds/ Bastiaan Blomhert
String Quartet in G (K 387) Salomon Quartet. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Martern

: from 10.45 Aldeburgh Festival

Ann Murray (mezzo) Steuart Bedford (piano) Schubert Nacht und Traume (D 827); Ruckweg (D 476); Trost im Liede (D 546); Der Zwerg (D 771) Schumann Four Songs, Op 40 Strauss Three Songs of Ophelia, Op 67 Berlioz Three Songs (Irlande), Op 2 Barber Settings of James Joyce : Rain Has Fallen; Sleep Now; I Hear an Army; Nuvoletta

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Murray
Piano: Steuart Bedford
Unknown: James Joyce

: Test Match Special

England v West Indies The Second Cornhill Test at Lord's. First day. Commentary
Brian Johnston ,
Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Tony Cozier. With Vic Marks and Mike Selvey.
1.05 pm News
1.10 The Great Match-
Lord's 1966.
Peter Baxter remembers.
1.30 County Scoreboard
1.40-6.30 Commentary and at 3.45 County Talk Producer Peter Baxter

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Johnston
Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown: Tony Cozier.
Unknown: Vic Marks
Unknown: Mike Selvey.
Unknown: Peter Baxter
Producer: Peter Baxter

: Russian Sequence

Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla: LSO/Solti
11.05 Tchaikovsky January; February (The Seasons) Vanessa Latarche (piano)
11.15 Rimsky-Korsakov Concerto for clarinet and military band: Lev Mikhailov ; USSR Defence Ministry Band/Douanev
11.22 Tchaikovsky March; April; May
11.33 Tchaikovsky Letter Scene (Eugene Onegin ): Lucia Popp (soprano); Munich Radio Orchestra/Stefan Soltesz
11.45 Tchaikovsky June; July
11.52 Lyadov A Musical Snuffbox: SNO/Jarvi
11.54 Tchaikovsky August; September
12.01 Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D Borodin Quartet
12.30 Tchaikovsky October; November; December
12.43 Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: The Snow Maiden SNO/Neeme Jarvi

Contributors

Piano: Vanessa Latarche
Unknown: Lev Mikhailov
Unknown: Eugene Onegin
Soprano: Lucia Popp

: News

: Lightweight Trio

Ernst Kovacic , Christian Altenburger (violins) Thomas Kakuska (viola) Dvorak Terzetto in C, Op 74 Kurt Schwertsik Neues von Eu-Sirius, Op 55 Kodaly Serenade , Op 12

Contributors

Unknown: Ernst Kovacic
Violins: Christian Altenburger
Viola: Thomas Kakuska
Viola: Dvorak Terzetto
Unknown: Kurt Schwertsik Neues
Unknown: Kodaly Serenade

: Mozart's Last Concerto

If Mozart did write his Clarinet Concerto for an instrument now extinct, how should we perform it? Nicholas Kenyon hears conflicting views from Colin Lawson and Anton Weinberg.

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Kenyon
Unknown: Colin Lawson
Unknown: Anton Weinberg.

: II crociato in Egitto

The last and most successful of Meyerbeer's Italian operas, set in Egypt during the sixth crusade. French Radio Chorus and Montpellier PO/de Bernart

Contributors

Armando, a knight of Rhodes: Martine Dupuy (mezzo)
Adriano, Armando's uncle: Rockwell Blake (tenor)
Aladino, Sultan of Damietta: Michele Pertusi (bass)
Palmide, his daughter: Oenia Mazzola (soprano)
Felicia, betrothed to Armando: Caterina Calvi (mezzo)
Osmino, a vizier: Jean Louplen (baritone)

: Mainly for Pleasure

with David Hoult. Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: David Hoult.
Producer: Ray Abbott

: News

: Third Ear

Ronald Wilford , President of America's largest classical music agency, Columbia Artists
Management, talks to Natalie Wheen.
Producer Judith Roles

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Wilford
Unknown: Natalie Wheen.

: Beethoven

Symphony No 1 in C, Op 21

: Interval Reading

8.00 Symphony No 3 in Eflat, Op 55 (Eroica) North German RSO conductor Giinter Wand

: Free Spirit

The final reading from
Hunting Mr Heartbreak. Jonathan Raban 's tour of the Deep South comes to an end with peace and solitude in Guntersville, Alabama - home of the turkey vulture and a mean type of tornado called the 'twister'.
Read by John Shrapnel. Producer Duncan Minshull

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Heartbreak.
Unknown: Jonathan Raban
Read By: John Shrapnel.
Producer: Duncan Minshull

: Villa-Lo bos

Cirandas: 16 piano pieces on Brazilian Folk Themes
Roberto Szidon (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Roberto Szidon

: Music in Our Time

Rhythmic collisions for marimba, violin and computer. Alejandro Vinao introduces the American duo, Marimolin: Sharan Leventhal (violin), Nancy Zeltsman (marimba). Andrew Lovett Wildfire Simon Bainbridge
Marimolin Inventions
Alejandro Vinao Tumblers

Contributors

Introduces: Alejandro Vinao
Violin: Sharan Leventhal
Violin: Nancy Zeltsman
Unknown: Andrew Lovett
Unknown: Simon Bainbridge
Unknown: Alejandro Vinao

: The Austin High School Gang

In his final programme Paul Vaughan discovers that by the late 20s this group of Chicago jazz musicians had begun to disperse and join different groups.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Vaughan

: News

: Composers of the Week

Bartok Sonatina; String Quartet No 2, Op 1 7; Four Pieces, Op 12

: Night School

As broadcast this morning on R5 Plus at 2.30-3.10 Night School Extra (also in Scotland)








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