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: Morning Concert

Haydn Sonata in Eflat (HXV152)
Alfred Brendel (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Alfred Brendel

: Bach Sinfonia

(CantataNo29)
Taverner Players/ Andrew Parrott

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Parrott

: News

: Vaughan Williams

Overture: The Wasps Bournemouth SO/
Constantin Silvestri

Contributors

Unknown: Constantin Silvestri

: Telemann Concerto Polonois: Academy of Ancient Music/

Christopher Hogwood

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Hogwood

: Chopin Polonaise in C sharp minor,

Op 26 No 1
Shura Cherkassky (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Shura Cherkassky

: Lyadov The Enchanted Lake, Op 62

Mexico City PO/ Enrique Ba'tiz

: Sibelius Karelia

Suite, Op 11
Academy of St Martin/ Neville Marriner
Records
Producer John Thomley

Contributors

Producer: John Thomley

: News

: Christian Blackshaw

(piano)
Haydn Variations in F minor (HXVII6)
Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales
Liszt Venezia e Napoli

: Saturday Review

with Anthony Burton. Record Review
Building a Library: Beethoven's three
Razumovsky Quartets,
Op 59 by Robert Layton. John Deathridge reviews the new Solti/Pavarotti Otelloand Barenboim 's
Parsifal.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Burton.
Unknown: Robert Layton.
Unknown: John Deathridge
Unknown: Otelloand Barenboim

: Beethoven Six Sacred Songs, Op 48

Jessye Norman (soprano) James Levine (piano)

Contributors

Soprano: Jessye Norman
Piano: James Levine

: Tippett String Quartet No2

The Britten Quartet

: Strauss Don Quixote, Op 35

John Sharp (cello) ChicagoSO/
Daniel Barenboim
Records. Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury
(Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Cello: John Sharp
Unknown: Daniel Barenboim
Producers: Nick Morgan

: Words

The third of four programmes in which actor Hugh Walters reflects on language and how it is used.

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Walters

: News

: Steven Isserlis and Pascal Devoyon

(cello and piano)
Beethoven Variations on Mozart s "Ein Mddchen oder Weibchen ", Op 66
Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op 70
Faure Serenade , Op 98 Poulenc Cello Sonata

Contributors

Unknown: Faure Serenade

: BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra

conductor Tadaaki Otaka Rossini Overture: Semiramide
Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 in E minor, Op27

Contributors

Conductor: Tadaaki Otaka

: Barbara Bonney

(soprano)
Roger Vignoles (piano) Grieg Solveig s Song (Peer Cynt);Jegelsker dig!: En Drøm
Wolf Er ist's; Das verlassene Mdgdlein;
Begegnung; Der Knabe unddaslmmlein
(MorikeLieder)
Strauss Ich wollt'ein
Strdusslein binden; Die Nacht;Stdndchen

Contributors

Piano: Roger Vignoles
Piano: Grieg Solveig
Unknown: Strauss Ich

: Tuning Up

David Owen Norris (piano) gives the first British performance of the Kennedy Variations on a Theme o/Purcell, written for him by Michael Berkeley , James MacMillan ,
William Mathias and Gerard Victory ; and discovers Debussy being wintry and Mendelssohn not being Christmassy. Plus a little seasonal test for Chris de Souza.
Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

Piano: David Owen Norris
Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: James MacMillan
Unknown: William Mathias
Unknown: Gerard Victory
Unknown: Chris de Souza.
Producer: Sarah Devonald

: Jazz Record Requests

Presented by Geoffrey Smith.
ProducerAndrew Mussett

Contributors

Presented By: Geoffrey Smith.

: Third Opinion

A week in the arts with Christopher Cook.
Reviews: HanifKureishi's first film as director, London Kills Me; the material world of Tintin at
London's Design Museum; and Lope de Vega's play The Great Pretenders.
Opinions:
Michelene Wandor and Adam Mars-Jones .
Features: the state of animation and role reversal on the stage. Producers Quenttn Cooper and Adrian Washbourne

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook.
Unknown: Adam Mars-Jones
Producers: Quenttn Cooper
Producers: Adrian Washbourne

: Guillaume Tell

Opera in four acts by Gioacchino Rossini.
Libretto by Stephane de Jouy and Hippolyte Bis after Schiller.
Chorus of the Grand
Theatre, Geneva; Bulgarian Vocal Ensemble; Suisse
Romande Orchestra conductor Gabriele Ferro
Act

Contributors

Unknown: Gioacchino Rossini.
Unknown: Hippolyte Bis
Conductor: Gabriele Ferro
GuillaumeTell: Jose van Dam (bantone)
Arnold: Chris Merritt (tenor)
Walter Furst: Harry Peeters (bass)
Melchlhal: Jacob Will (bass)
Jemmy: Linda Kitchen (soprano)
Hedwige: Diane Curry (mezzo)
Leuthold: Leonard Graus (bass)
Gessler: Hans-Peter Scheidegger (bass)
Mathilde: Jane Eaglen (soprano)
Rodolpke de Harras: Gilles Ramade (baritone)
Fisherman: Gregory Kunde (tenor)

: Act 2

(Acts 3and 4 at 9. 25pm)

: The 1991 Reith Lectures

The Language of the Genes
Six talks by Dr Steve Jones , Reader in Genetics at University College, London, on the new biological insight into humanity.
5: Cousins under the Skin
People have always been grouped by culture, language and race. Does a study of genes confirm or refute this traditional classification?

Contributors

Reader: Dr Steve Jones

: Guillaume Tell

Acts 3 and 4

: pm Granados

Goyescas Yonty Solomon (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Goyescas Yonty Solomon

: News









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