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: Open University

Open Forum: News and Features

: Morning Concert

Spohr Nonet in F, Op 31 Consortium Classicum
7.30 am News
7.35 Balakirev
Symphonic poem: Tamara USSR State Academy SO/ Yevgeny Svetlanov
7.56 Brahms Six Pieces, Op 118
Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
8.18 Barber Dover Beach, Op 3
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
(baritone); Juilliard Quartet Records. Producer Alan Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Yevgeny Svetlanov
Piano: Wilhelm Kempff
Producer: Alan Hall

: News

: Ulster Orchestra

conductor Adrian Leaper Schumann Overture:
Manfred Grieg Holberg Suite
Sibelius Symphony No 7

Contributors

Conductor: Adrian Leaper
Unknown: Manfred Grieg Holberg

: Record Release

Mozart, arr Triebensee La clemenza di Tito
(extracts): Budapest Wind Ensemble/Kalman Berkes
9.46 Beethoven Sonata
No 4 in Eflat, Op 7
Artur Schnabel (piano) (1935 mono recording)
10.15 S S
Wesley Ascribe unto the Lord
Choir of New College, Oxford/Edward
Higginbottom (organ)
10.31 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 6
BBC SO/Andrew Davis

Contributors

Piano: Artur Schnabel
Unknown: Wesley Ascribe

: Chamber Music from Birmingham

Alexander Baillie (cello) Andrew Ball (piano) Stravinsky Suite Italienne
Bach Suite No 4 in Eflat (BWV1010)
Schubert Sonata in A minor (Arpeggione) (D821)
Faure Sonata No 1 in D minor, Op 109

Contributors

Cello: Alexander Baillie
Piano: Andrew Ball

: Table Talk

with Leslie Forbes.
Country and Western star Hank Wangford cruises the greasy sausage stalls of London's Portobello Road.
Producer Elizabeth Burke

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Forbes.
Unknown: Hank Wangford
Producer: Elizabeth Burke

: News

: Montserrat Caballe

Nine opera
recordings made by the Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballe.
Throughout the season, her official biographers Stephen Jay-Taylor and Robert Pullen will talk about the recordings and the importance of each opera in her career. 1: La Bohème
Puccini's four-act opera set in the Latin Quarter of Paris. Introduced by Robert Pullen. (Sung in Italian) (tenor) (soprano) (baritone) (baritone) (bass) (bass)
Wandsworth School Boys' Choir; John Alldis Choir LPO/George Solti

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Jay-Taylor
Unknown: Robert Pullen
Introduced By: Robert Pullen.
Unknown: John Alldis
Unknown: George Solti
Rodolfo: Placido Domingo
Mimi: Montserrat Caballe
Marcello: Sherrill Milnes
Musetta: Judith Blegen (soprano)
Colline: Ruggero Raimondi (bass)
Schaunard: Vincente Sardinero
Benoit: Noel Mangin (bass)
Alcindoro: Nico Castel (tenor)
Parpignol: Allan Byers (tenor)
Customs official: William Mason
Sergeant: Franklyn Whitely

: Mozart

Christopher Kite plays the Piano Sonata in D
(K 284) on a copy of a Stein fortepiano.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Kite

: Dvorak and Martini

BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra conductor
Martin Tumovsky
Dvorak The Wild Dove, Op 110
Martinu Symphony No 3

Contributors

Conductor: Martin Tumovsky

: Berg and Brahms

Janet Hilton (clarinet) Ronan O'Hora (piano)
Berg Four Pieces, Op 5
Brahms Sonata in Eflat, Op 120 No 2

Contributors

Clarinet: Janet Hilton
Piano: Ronan O'Hora

: Jazz Record Requests

Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Producer: Andrew Mussett

: Mozart on Record

John Warrack considers the contrasting interpretations of the Sinfonia Concertante in E flat for violin, viola and orchestra (K 364)

Contributors

Unknown: John Warrack

: Chopin

Four Mazurkas, Op 33; Sonata No 3 in B minor, Op 58
Janina Fialkowska (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Janina Fialkowska

: Proms 1991

live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Piers Lane (piano)
Julian Bream (guitar)
BBC Concert Orchestra conductor
Barry Wordsworth
Walton March: Crown Imperial
Bliss Piano Concerto
8.20 The Queen's Hall London's main concert venue was destroyed in an air raid in May 1941. Andrew Green examines the archives and the history of the hall which played host to the Proms for 46 years.
8.40 Arnold Guitar
Concerto
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 8 in D minor

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Unknown: Andrew Green

: Snapshots for Ever

NEW Adrian Rifkin , lecturer in Design at Portsmouth
Polytechnic, reflects on six seminal photographs. I: Paris at the Time of the Commune, 1871

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Rifkin

: Mark-Anthony Turnage

Kai Ulrich Heinen (cello)
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group leader Lyn Fletcher conductor Simon Rattle

Contributors

Cello: Kai Ulrich Heinen
Leader: Lyn Fletcher
Conductor: Simon Rattle

: Dawn Upshaw

The American soprano's first London recital given last April at the Wigmore Hall.
Gilbert Kalish (piano)
Purcell, real Britten The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation
Schumann Jemand;
Hochlanders Abschied; Aus den hebrdischen
Gesdngen; Hochlanders Wiegenlied (Myrthen) Strauss Three Songs of Ophelia, Op 67
Schubert Three Songs of Ellen (D 837-9)
Harbison Song-cycle: Simple Daylight (first European performance) Rachmaninov
The Muse, Op 34 No 1;
The Pied Piper, Op 38 No 4; In My Garden at Night, Op 38 No 1; Daisies, Op 38 No 3; What Wealth of Rapture, Op 34 No 12

Contributors

Piano: Gilbert Kalish

: News









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