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: Open University

Women and Music

: Morning Concert

Mendelssohn
Overture: Ruy Bias
LSO/Claudio Abbado
7.10 Bach Violin
Concerto in E
(BWV 1042)
David Oistrakh (violin) Vienna SO
7.30am News
7.35 Bax Tintagel Ulster Orchestra/ Bryden Thomson
7.51 MacCunn The
Land of the Mountain and the Flood
SNO/Alexander Gibson
8.02 Delius
Scandinavian Songs Sarah Walker (mezzo) Felicity Lott (soprano) Anthony Rolfe-Johnson (tenor)
Eric Fenby (piano) Records

Contributors

Unknown: Ruy Bias

: News

: Composers of the Week

Arthur Bliss
Fair Is My Love; Tune on My Pipe the Praises of My Love (from Serenade) John Shirley-Quirk (baritone)
LSO/Brian Priestman Masks
Kathron Sturrock (piano) String Quartet No 2
Delme String Quartet Records

Contributors

Baritone: John Shirley-Quirk
Piano: Kathron Sturrock

: Morning Sequence

Barber Music for a Scene from Shelley, Op 7 BBC Welsh SO/ Richard Pittman
9.45 Richard Hall
There Grow the Flowers; My Star; Infant Joy
Sarah Leonard (soprano) Peter Pettinger (piano)
9.52 Federico Mompou , orch Tansman
Scenes d'enfants Langham CO/ Frank Shipway
10.02 Debussy Images, Book 1
Ian Brown (piano)
10.19 Leo Brouwer
Retrats catalans:
F Mompou (La puesia); A Gaudi (el ritrio) Eduardo Fernandez
(guitar)
ECO/Barry Wordsworth
10.37 Monteverdi Lamento della Ninfa
I Fagiolini
10.45
Edward MacDowell Symphonic poem: Hamlet and Ophelia, Op 22 BBC Welsh SO/ Richard Pittman
11.00 Mozart Piano Sonata in F (K 533/494)
Ian Brown (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Pittman
Soprano: Sarah Leonard
Piano: Peter Pettinger
Piano: Federico Mompou
Unknown: Frank Shipway
Piano: Ian Brown
Piano: Leo Brouwer
Guitar: Eduardo Fernandez
Unknown: Edward MacDowell
Unknown: Richard Pittman
Piano: Ian Brown

: College Concert

Dmitry Sitkovetsky (violin)
BBC Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Jan Latham-Koenig
Mozart Symphony No 41 in C (K551) (Jupiter)
Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor
Wagner Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde)

Contributors

Violin: Dmitry Sitkovetsky
Conductor: Jan Latham-Koenig

: News

: Herne Early Music Festival

The second of three programmes.
Barbara Schlick
(soprano)
Harry van der Kamp (bass)
Das Kleine Konzert conductor Hermann Max
J C Bach Sinfonia in F; Cantata: Ino; Sinfonia in D minor; Pygmalion

Contributors

Soprano: Barbara Schlick
Bass: Harry van Der Kamp
Conductor: Das Kleine Konzert
Conductor: Hermann Max
Conductor: J C Bach Sinfonia

: The Hidden Treasure

Medici String Quartet Mozart Quartet in D (K 499)
John Tavener The
Hidden Treasure (first performance)
Beethoven Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131

Contributors

Unknown: John Tavener

: Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

conductor Claudio Abbado Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano)
Gabriele Sima
(mezzo-soprano)
Berlin Philharmonic Choir
Stravinsky Le Roi des etoiles
Debussy La Damoiselle élue
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor, Op 68

Contributors

Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Soprano: Phyllis Bryn-Julson
Mezzo-Soprano: Gabriele Sima
Unknown: Stravinsky Le Roi

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Beadle.
Producer Anthony Cheevers

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Beadle.
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

: News

: Spectrum

Colin Tudge talks with six scientists.
3: The Greatest Story
John Barrow , Professor of Astronomy at Sussex University, explores physicists' desire to devise a theory to explain the material world.
Producer Deborah Cohen

Contributors

Talks: Colin Tudge
Unknown: John Barrow
Producer: Deborah Cohen

: Proms 1991

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Norwegian Chamber Orchestra director Iona Brown
Britten Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge
Strauss Metamorphosen
8.25 Michael Oliver talks to Iona Brown and other members of the Norwegian CO.
8.45 Mozart Serenade in D (K 250) (Haffner)

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Talks: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Mozart Serenade

: Drama Now

Death and the Tango Giles Cooper Award winner and Sony Award Nomination for Best
Drama Production in 1990. In John Fletcher 's fantastical comedy, Byron and Jeff are two young men with obsessions: the tango and Renaissance philosophy. Modern-day Birmingham has little to offer tango dancers and neo-Platonists, but our two heroes soon find themselves on the journey of their dreams.
With Roger Hume Christopher Scott Judy Bridgland
Music composed and performed by Vic Gammon Director Nigel Bryant (Rpt;

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Cooper
Unknown: John Fletcher
Unknown: Roger Hume
Unknown: Christopher Scott
Unknown: Judy Bridgland
Unknown: Vic Gammon
Director: Nigel Bryant
Jeff: Steve Hodson
Byron: Christian Rodska
Old Loretta: Mary Wimbush
Celia/Grace: Maureen O'Brien

: Spanish Renaissance Motets

Choir of Westminster
Cathedral
Andrew Lawrence-King (double harp)
Andrew Van der Beek
(bass dulcian)
James O'Donnell (organ) director David Hill
Alonso Lobo
Ave Maria Francisco Guerrero
0 altitudo divitiarum
Lobo Versa est in luctum
Records

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Lawrence-King
Bass: van Der Beek
Unknown: James O'Donnell
Director: David Hill
Unknown: Alonso Lobo
Unknown: Francisco Guerrero
Unknown: Lobo Versa

: News

: Composers of the Week

Vivaldi Kyrie in G minor (RV587); Violin
Concerto in D, Op 3 No 9; Motet: Nulla in mundopax (RV 630); Oboe Sonata in C minor (RV 53); Credo in E minor (RV 591)








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