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: Morning Concert

Mendelssohn String Symphony No 10 in B minor: IMusici
7.14 Dvorak Romance in F minor:Jaime Laredo; SCO
7.30 am News
7.35 Schumann Overture:
Julius Caesar LSO/Jarvi
7.44 Haydn Symphony No 98 in B flat: Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati
8.10 Chopin Fantasy on Polish Airs: Mischa Dichter
Philharmonia/Marriner Records

Contributors

Unknown: Julius Caesar
Unknown: Mischa Dichter

: News

: Mozart Masses

During his early years in Salzburg,
Mozart was involved with the composition of church music. Seven programmes following his achievement through the early masses. Missabrevis (K 49) Sonata in F (K224)
London Baroque/Medlam Fantasy in F m inor (K 594) Martin Haselbock (organ) Series producerGraham Dixon

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Haselbock

: The Melos Ensemble

Last of six programmes. Ravel Introduction and Allegro Hummel Septet in D minor, Op 74
Schubert Adagio and Rondo concertante in F
(D487). Records
Series producer Christina Pritchard

Contributors

Unknown: Allegro Hummel Septet
Producer: Christina Pritchard

: Music Weekly

with Peter Paul Nash.
Producers Philip Tagney , Jane Walker

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Paul Nash.
Producers: Philip Tagney
Producers: Jane Walker

: A Dutch Retrospect

Third of 12 programmes. Royal Concertgebouw/ Carlo Maria Giulini
Tchaikovsky Symphony No2 in C minor, Op 17

Contributors

Unknown: Carlo Maria Giulini

: Dvorak Symphony

No 8 in G, Op 88

: Japan Season

Table Talk in Japan with Alan Brown.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Brown.

: News

: Your Concert Choice

with Paul Guinery.
Blacher Concertante Music for Orchestra, Op 10 (Mono) Berlin PO/Hans Rosbaud Hindemith String
Quartet No 1 in Fminor
Stuyvesant String Quartet G Gabrieli Magnificat a 17. Taverner Choir
London Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble/Parrott Pierne Impromptu-Caprice, Op 9: Rachel Masters (harp) Bowles Six Preludes for piano: Bennett Lerner
Chappell GuitarConcerto No 1 (Caribbean Concerto) Eduardo Fernandez
ECO/Wordsworth. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery.
Unknown: Gabrieli Magnificat

: Emerson String Quartet

Mozart Quartet in D minor (K 421)
Shostakovich Quartet No 9 in E flat, Op 117

: Poet of the Month

Ken Smith reads poems from The Heart, the Border and a new poem, Woman without a Name.

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Smith

: Vivaldi Concert

Northern Sinfonia
Sinfonia Chorus chorusmaster Alan Fearon Adrienne Murray (mezzo) Martin Hindmarsh (tenor) Jeannette Mountain (cello) Stephen Reay (bassoon) director Heinrich Schiff (cello) Concerto in G minor for twocellos (RV 531); Bassoon Concerto in A minor
(RV 497) Concerto in B minor for four violins
(RV 580); Cello Concerto in B minor (RV 424);
Beatus vir (RV597)

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Fearon
Unknown: Adrienne Murray
Tenor: Martin Hindmarsh
Cello: Jeannette Mountain
Bassoon: Stephen Reay
Cello: Heinrich Schiff

: Japan Season

The Japanese Ear The second of three documentaries about the art musics of Japan in the 20th century, compiled and presented by Roger Savage. Noh Business, Sho Business: Japanese Traditional
Music in a Technocracy

Contributors

Presented By: Roger Savage.

: Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor

A celebration of the Eucharist recorded in Westminster Abbey, with additional readings by Evelyn Underhill , A
G Hebert , Dom Gregory Dix. Vaughan Williams
Come My Way; Kyrie and Gloria; 0 Taste and See; Credo; Lord of All Good (Magda); Sanctus and Benedictus; Agnus Dei ; Love Bade Me Welcome; Let All the World
Choir of Westminster
Abbey, director Martin Neary ; Sub-organist Andrew Lumsden

Contributors

Unknown: Evelyn Underhill
Unknown: G Hebert
Unknown: Dom Gregory Dix.
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Agnus Dei
Director: Martin Neary
Unknown: Andrew Lumsden

: Dancing around a Statue

Music from Rameau's ballet
Pygmalion, arranged for keyboard by Claude Balbastre : Robert Woolley (harpsichord)

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Balbastre
Harpsichord: Robert Woolley

: Japan Season

Mishima Double Bill:
Primary Colours
Ryoko loves her husband. She also loves his best friend Shunji. The eternal triangle is complicated when Shunji announces his love for Ryoko's husband.
Translated by Don Kenny Director Jeremy Howe

Contributors

Translated By: Don Kenny
Director: Jeremy Howe
Keiiji, the husband: Stevan Rimkus
Ryoko: Connie Hyde
Shunji: Peter Wingfield
Narrators: Eji Kufuhara
Narrators: Brett Usher

: The Damask Drum

Yukio Mishima 's modern
Noh play about an obsessive love that transcends death.
Music Dominic Muldowney Translated by P G O'Neill Director Ned Chaillet

Contributors

Unknown: Yukio Mishima
Music: Dominic Muldowney
Translated By: P G O'Neill
Director: Ned Chaillet
Iwakichi Honda: Nigel Stock
Hanako: Meg Davies
Proprietress: Anne Jameson
Kayoko: Natasha Pyne
Fujima: George Parsons
Toyama: David Learner
Kaneko: John Church

: BBC SO

conductor Alexander Lazarev
Helen Field (sop), Ian Caley (ten), David Wilson-Johnson (bar); BBC Singers; BBC
Symphony Chorus, chorusmaster Stephenjackson Sibelius Pohjola 's Daughter
Panufnik Symphony No 5 (Sinfon ia di sfere) conductor Andrew Mogrelia

Contributors

Conductor: Alexander Lazarev
Conductor: Helen Field
Unknown: Ian Caley
Unknown: David Wilson-Johnson
Chorus Master: Stephenjackson Sibelius Pohjola
Conductor: Andrew Mogrelia

: Rachmaninov

The Bells

: Music for the Left Hand

Michel Beroff (piano) Scriabin Prelude and Nocturne, Op
Saint-Saens Prelude;
Allafuga; Motoperpetuo (Six Studies for the Left Hand, Op 135)
Bartok Study for the Left Hand (Four Pieces for piano) Records

Contributors

Piano: Michel Beroff
Unknown: Bartok Study

: Japan Season

The Japanese Envoys The third programme in the series finds the princes in Rome. Palestrina
Missa Emendemus in melius; Adtelevavi
Reader Peter Penry-Jones .

Contributors

Reader: Peter Penry-Jones

: News









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