Grieg Two Melodies,
Op 53: Norwegian CO/ Terje Tonnesen
7.09 Poulenc Concerto in D minor for two pianos and orchestra:
Francis Poulenc and Jacques Fevrier (pianos); Paris Conservatoire Orch/Pretre
7.30 am News
7.35 R Strauss Don
Juan, Op 20: Cleveland Orchestra/Lorin Maazel
7.52 Dvorak Romance in F minor, Op 11
Itzhak Perlman (violin) LPO/Daniel Barenboim
8.05 Janacek Sinfonietta Czech PO/Neumann. Records
Funeral Music for Queen Mary: Winchester
Cathedral Choir; Baroque Brass of London/Neary Funeral Sentences: Man
That Is Born of a Woman; In the Midst of Life;
Thou Knowest , Lord: Winchester Cathedral Choir/Neary
Fantasia No 13: Upon One Note: London Baroque I Was Glad (1685)
Choir of Trinity College. Cambridge/Marlow Fantasia No 14: In
Nomine No 1; Fantasia No 15: In Nomine No 2
Remember Not, Lord, Our Offences; Hear My Prayer, 0 Lord
Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge. Records
Marking the 700th anniversary of the Swiss Confederation.
Senfl Carmen in Re
Ricercare Ensemble of Ancient Music
9.38 Rossini Overture: William Tell: CO of Europe/Claudio Abbado
9.50 Stalder Symphony No 5 in G: ECO/Griffiths
Frohlich Sonnenschein : Aus der
Ferne: Ernst Hafliger (ten) Karl Grenacher (piano)
10.07 Honegger Pastorale d'été: Bavarian RSO/Dutoit
10.16 Liszt Pastorale ;
Au bord d 'une source; Les Cloches de Geneve
(Années de Pelerinage)
10.27 Frank Martin Harpsichord Concerto
Christiane Jaccottet Lausanne CO/The Composer
10.49 Schoeck Serenade , Op 1: ECO/Griffiths
10.58 Schumann Overture-. Manfred: LSO/Jarvi
11.12 Schubert Gesang der Geister über den
Wassern: Utrecht Vocal
Movements from The
Soldier's Tale: Los Angeles CO/Gerard Schwarz. Records
Arthur Bliss 's Morning Heroes grew out of the composer's own bitter experience of the Great War in which his own brother died.
With Michael Pennington and Nigel Havers.
Narrator John Westbrook Compiler Malcolm Brown
Producer Alan Haydock
The choral symphony which Bliss wrote as a tribute to those who died in the First World War.
Richard Baker (orator) Oxford Bach Choir
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Christopher Robinson
(In association with Oxfordshire County Council)
Mendelssohn Concert Piece No 1 in F minor,
Poulenc Sonata for clarinet and bassoon
Lovreglio Fantasy on Themes from 'La Traviata', Op 45
Dutilleux Sarabande et cortège
Glinka Trio pathétique in D minor
Colin Tudge talks with six scientists.
5: A Model Hedgehog
Professor John Krebs , of the Zoology Department at Oxford University, talks about his studies of the interactions between agriculture and ecology. Producer Deborah Cohen
live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Ralph Kirshbaum (cello) Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Libor Pesek
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
8.00 Libor Pesek talks to Michael Hall.
8.20 Suk Asrael
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