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: Morning Concert

J C Bach Quartet in Bflat
Heinz Holliger (oboe) f Antonio Salvatore (violin) I Massimo Paris (viola)
! Vito Paternoster (cello)
7. 10 Liszt Fantasia on Hungarian Folk Themes Jorge Bolet (piano) LSO/Ivan Fischer
7.30am News
7.35 Anon Collinetto
Hesperion XX/Jordi Savall
7.37 Respighi Ancient Airs and Dances ―
SuiteNo2
Boston SO/SeijiOzawa
7.56 Aguado Polonaise, Op2No2
Julian Bream (guitar)
8.01 Bach Concerto for flute, violin, harpsichord andstrings (BWV1044) English Concert/
Trevor Pinnock. Records

Contributors

Violin: Antonio Salvatore
Viola: Massimo Paris
Piano: Jorge Bolet

: News

: Composers of the Week

Charles Ives
"Let me admonish you.... ; to go alone; to refuse the good models, even those which are sacred to the imaginations of men....
(Ralph Waldo Emerson )
Psalm 90: Choir of King's College, Cambridge/ Stephen Cleobury
Calcium Light Night
Orchestra New England/ James Sinclair
Symphony No 2: New York PO/Leonard Bernstein Records
Producer Anthony Cheevers

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Ives
Unknown: Ralph Waldo Emerson
Unknown: James Sinclair
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

: Czech Mates

Dvorak Three Waltzes from Op 54
William Howard (piano)
9.44 Novak Piano Trio in D minor, Op27 (Quasi una ballata): Nash Ensemble
10.01 Suk The Ripening, Op 34: Czech Philharmonic Chorus (women's voices) Czech PO/Vaclav Neumann
10.40 Martinu Nonet
(192415): Czech Nonet
10.55 Suk Piano Quintet in G minor, Op Nash Ensemble

Contributors

Piano: William Howard

: BBC Philharmonic Orchestra

conductor Edward Downes
Barry Douglas (piano)
Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Tchaikovsky
Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minor
Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G

Contributors

Conductor: Edward Downes
Piano: Barry Douglas

: News

: BBC Lunchtime Concert

Beaux Arts Trio live from St John 's, Smith Square, London.
Haydn Piano Trio in D minor (H XV 23)
Beethoven Piano Trio in Eflat, Op 7ONo2

Contributors

Unknown: St John

: Third Opinion

: The Virtuoso Viola

Eight programmes. 4: Frederick Riddle
Arthur Benjamin Viola
Sonata Kreisler , arr
Tertis Praeludium and Allegro with Wilfrid Parry (piano) (both from a 1967 BBC archive recording)
Berlioz Harold in Italy, Op 16 with the Philharmonic SO ofLondon/
Hermann Scherchen

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Riddle
Unknown: Arthur Benjamin Viola
Unknown: Sonata Kreisler
Unknown: Tertis Praeludium
Piano: Wilfrid Parry
Unknown: Hermann Scherchen

: Familiar and Unfamiliar Borodin

Alberni String Quartet with Gordon Fergus-Thompson (piano) String Quartet No 2 in D Piano Quintet in C minor

Contributors

Piano: Gordon Fergus-Thompson

: Organ Music by Malcolm Williamson

The second of two programmes with Kevin Bowyer (organ).
Two Epitaphs; Fons Amoris; Elegy -JFK;
Vision of Christ Phoenix

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Bowyer

: Mainly for Pleasure

with Natalie Wheen.
Producer Andrew Kurowski

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen.
Producer: Andrew Kurowski

: News

: Third Ear

The Indian classical dancer and choreographer
Shobana Jeyasingh talks to Kenneth Rea about her roots and her latest work which breaks the conventions of Indian dance.
Producer John Boundy

Contributors

Talks: Shobana Jeyasingh
Unknown: Kenneth Rea
Producer: John Boundy

: BBC SO

conductor
Alexander Lazarev
Artur Pizarro (piano)
Sarah Leonard (soprano) live from the Royal
Festival Hall, London.
Scriabin Piano Concerto in Fsharp minor, Op20 Komdorf Hymn No 3 (first UK performance)
8.30 Taman:
Mikhail Lermontov 's mystery tale set in a Russian coastal town in the 1830s.
Rose Cullen 's translation read by David Horovitch.
8.50 Rachmaninov
Symphony No 3 in A minor. Op 44

Contributors

Conductor: Alexander Lazarev
Piano: Artur Pizarro
Soprano: Sarah Leonard
Unknown: Mikhail Lermontov
Unknown: Rose Cullen
Read By: David Horovitch.

: Skylark Pie

Injuly 1841, the poetjohn Clare escaped from a lunatic asylum in Epping
Forest and walked home to
Northamptonshire. He thought he was returning to his first sweetheart
Mary, but he was instead picked up by his wife Martha, and shortly afterwards sent to another asylum for the rest of his life. Written by Nan Woodhouse , with Christian Rodska as John Clare. DirectorShaun MacLoughlin

Contributors

Written By: Nan Woodhouse
Unknown: Christian Rodska
Unknown: John Clare.

: Lighthouse All Stars

During the 60s, the Lighthouse Cafe near Los Angeles became an important centre for innovative jazz, thanks to the resident group, the Lighthouse All Stars, led by Howard Rumsey. This summer, past members of the All Stars regrouped for a European tour.
Alyn Shipton introduces a recording of a concert they gave as part of the Birmingham Jazz Festival. The group included Shorty Rogers and Conte Candoli (trumpets), Bud Shank , Bob Cooper and Bill Perkins (saxophones),
Pete Jolly (piano), Monty
Budwig (bass) and Larance Marable (drums).
During the interval, Shorty Rogers and Bud Shank talk to Alyn Shipton.

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Rumsey.
Introduces: Alyn Shipton
Unknown: Birmingham Jazz Festival.
Unknown: Bud Shank
Unknown: Bob Cooper
Unknown: Bill Perkins
Piano: Pete Jolly
Piano: Larance Marable
Unknown: Shorty Rogers
Unknown: Bud Shank
Unknown: Alyn Shipton.

: News

: Composers of the Week

Edward Elgar
Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D, Op 39: Skizze; In Smyrna;
Salut d'amour, Op 12; Mina; The Spirit of England, Op 80

: Night School

As broadcast this morningon R5








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