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: Open University

Open Forum: News about the OU

: Morning Concert

Ippolitov-Ivanov Caucasian Sketches
USSR RSO/Fedoseyev
7.30 am News
7.35 Debussy, orch Busser Petite Suite
French National RO/ Jean Martinon
7.49 Bach French Suite in E (BWV817)
Glenn Gould (piano)
8.00 Chopin, arr
Douglas Les Sylphides Berlin PO/Karajan
Records. Producer Philip Tagney

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Martinon
Piano: Glenn Gould
Producer: Philip Tagney

: News

: Scottish National Orchestra

conductor Mathias Bamert
Raff Symphony No 5 in E (Lenore)

Contributors

Conductor: Mathias Bamert

: Saturday Review

with Richard Osborne.
Schumann's Piano
Concerto by Jeremy Siepmann ; Stephen Johnson on new chamber discs.
10.40 Record Release
Alessandro Scarlatti
Cantata: Hor chedi Febo
Nancy Argenta (soprano)
Chandos Baroque Players
10.58 Schubert Piano
Trio in B flat (D 898) Trio Zingara
11.39 Berwald Sinfonie singulière (Symphony
No3): Swedish RSO/Salonen
12.09 Nielsen String Quartet in F, Op 44 Kontra Quartet
12.35 Komgold Overture to a Play: North West
German Philharmonie/ Werner Andreas Albert
Records. Producer Nick Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Osborne.
Unknown: Jeremy Siepmann
Unknown: Alessandro Scarlatti
Soprano: Nancy Argenta
Unknown: Werner Andreas Albert
Producer: Nick Morgan

: Table Talk

Leslie Forbes talks to art historian Alistair Smith in the National Gallery to look at food on canvas.
Producer Elizabeth Burke

Contributors

Talks: Leslie Forbes
Unknown: Alistair Smith
Producer: Elizabeth Burke

: News

: Montserrat Caballe

Stephen Jay-Taylor presents a portrait of the Spanish soprano.
And at 1.50 the final opera recording in the series. Cavalleria Rusticana
Mascagni's one act opera.
Southend Boys' Choir
Ambrosian Opera Chorus
Philharmonia/Riccardo Muti Records
Series producer Clive Portbury

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Jay-Taylor
Producer: Clive Portbury
Santuzza: Montserrat Caballe (soprano)
Turiddu: Jose Carreras (tenor)
Alfio: Matteo Manuguerra (bar)
Lola: Julia Hamari (mezzo)
Mamma Lucia: Astrid Varnay (mezzo)

: Brahms and Hindemith

Csaba Erdelyi (viola)
Bernard Roberts (piano) Brahms Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1 Hindemith Sonata, Op25 No4

Contributors

Viola: Csaba Erdelyi
Piano: Bernard Roberts
Piano: Brahms Sonata

: Polish Concertos

First of two programmes. BBC Scottish SO conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Piers Lane (piano)
Panufnik Autumn Music
Moskowski Piano Concerto

Contributors

Conductor: Jerzy Maksymiuk
Piano: Piers Lane

: Jazz Record Requests

with Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Andrew Mussett

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith.
Producer: Andrew Mussett

: Third Opinion

A week in the arts on television with Christopher Cook.
Reviews: The Last Days of Leningrad documentaries and the Screen One plays. Opinions: Gillian Reynolds , Philip Dodd.
Features: Sport and television - who controls whom?; The public on television.
Soapbox: Talking Sex on TV. Producers John Boundy and Quentin Cooper

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook.
Unknown: Gillian Reynolds
Unknown: Philip Dodd.
Producers: John Boundy
Producers: Quentin Cooper

: Gwendolyn Mok

(piano)
Mozart Sonata in C
(K330)
George Perle Toccata
Chopin Sonata No 3 in B minor. Op 58

Contributors

Piano: Mozart Sonata
Unknown: George Perle

: Proms 1991 -The Last Night

live from the Royal Albert Hall, London. Introduced by Richard Baker.
Gwyneth Jones (soprano) Sidonie Goossens (harp) BBC Singers
BBC SO and Chorus conductor Andrew Davis
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne
Vaughan Williams
Toward the Unknown
Region
Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Wagner Immolation
Scene (Götterdämmerung)
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with BBC 2
8.35 Andrew Green follows the trail of debate and indecision which eventually led the Proms to the Royal Albert Hall 50 years ago.
9.00 Bliss Marchfrom 'Things to Come'
Borodin Polovtsian
Dances (Prince Igor)
Trad, arr Goossens The Last Rose of Summer Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March
No 1 in D
Wood Fantasia on British
Sea Songs
Ame Rule, Britannia! Parry, orch Elgar Jerusalem
* SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with BBC 1
See page 46 for details.
● COMPETITION: seepage 12

Contributors

Introduced By: Richard Baker.
Harp: Sidonie Goossens
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Andrew Green
Unknown: Elgar Jerusalem

: Action Must Be Taken

by Heinrich Boll .
A workshy employee observes the frenetic activity of a large German factory. When his boss drops dead before his eyes, a whole new vista opens up before him.
Reader Peter Egan.
Producer Paul Schlesinger

Contributors

Unknown: Heinrich Boll
Reader: Peter Egan.
Producer: Paul Schlesinger

: Almeida Festival 1990

Theatre of Voices:
Pat Forbes (soprano)
Mary Nichols (contralto)
Paul Agnew (tenor)
director Paul Hillier (bass)
Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ)
John Cage The Year Begins to Be Ripe
Arvo Part Mein Weg hat Gipfel und Wellentaler Gorecki O Domina
Nostra
Arvo Part Berlin Mass

Contributors

Soprano: Pat Forbes
Contralto: Mary Nichols
Tenor: Paul Agnew
Bass: Paul Hillier
Bass: Christopher Bowers-Broadbent
Unknown: John Cage

: News









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