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: Morning Concert

Faure Prelude: Penelope Toulouse Capitole
Orchestra/Michel Plasson
7.09
Schubert Impromptus in Gflat and Eflat: Dinu Lipatti (piano)
7.19 Bruckner Psalm
150: Bamberg SO and Chorus/Rickenbacher

Contributors

Unknown: Schubert Impromptus
Piano: Dinu Lipatti

: News

7.35 Frescobaldi
Canzonaa4Nos3and6 Novus Brass Quartet
7.41 Brahms Serenade
No 1 in D, Op 11: LSO/ Tilson Thomas. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Tilson Thomas.

: News

: A Land with Music

Second of eight programmes. William Corbett Concerto in D (Al Irelandese)
European Community
Baroque Orch/Goodman Maurice Greene Lord
Let Me Know Mine End
Choir of New College Oxford/Higginbottom
Thomas Roseingrave Fugue No 13 in E minor Jennifer Bate (organ)
Handel Acis and Galatea:
Air: Heart, the Seat of Soft Delight; Chorus: Galatea, Dry Thy Tears: Soloists
English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner
Sammartini Concerto grosso No 8 in G minor Ensemble 415/Banchini

Contributors

Unknown: William Corbett
Unknown: Jennifer Bate
Soloists: John Eliot Gardiner

: The Juilliard Quartet

The penultimate programme. Haydn Interlude and Sonata V (The Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross) Joe Humphrey (tenor) Schubert Quartet in A minor (D 804). Records

Contributors

Tenor: Joe Humphrey

: Music Weekly

with Peter Paul Nash.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Paul Nash.

: From the Proms 1991

Stephen Hough (piano) Linda Finnie (soprano)
Gary Lakes (tenor); BBC SO conductor Mark Elder
Mozart Piano Concerto
No9inEflat(K271)
11.30 Piers Burton-Page continues his readings from Baroque Concerto by Alejo Carpentier.
11.35 Mahler Das Lied von der Erde

Contributors

Piano: Stephen Hough
Soprano: Linda Finnie
Conductor: Mark Elder
Unknown: Piers Burton-Page
Unknown: Alejo Carpentier.
Unknown: Mahler Das Lied

: Replay

with Philip French. Today, E M Forster on his library, first broadcast in 1949.

Contributors

Unknown: Philip French.
Unknown: M Forster

: News

: Your Concert Choice

with Paul Guinery.
Haydn Symphony No 72 in D: Philharmonia
Hungarica/Antal
Dorati Bach Violin Concerto in A minor (BWV1041): Monica Huggett ; Amsterdam
Baroque Orch/Koopman
Lassus Musica, Deidonum optimi: King's Singers
Tartini Sonata in F. Op 1 No 2: Locatelli Trio
Vivaldi Gloria (RV 589) Soloists; John Alldis Choir ECO/Negri. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery.
Violin: Dorati Bach
Unknown: Monica Huggett
Soloists: John Alldis Choir

: Aldeburgh Festival 1991

Isabelle van Keulen (violin) Ronald Brautigam (piano) Stravinsky Divertimento (1932)
Mozart Sonata in C (K403) Ravel Sonata in G
Stravinsky Duo concertant

Contributors

Violin: Isabelle van Keulen
Piano: Ronald Brautigam

: Poet of the Month

Tom Paulin reads a selection of poems by W B Yeats. Producer Fiona McLean

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Paulin
Unknown: B Yeats.
Producer: Fiona McLean

: Bruckner

Symphony No 6 in A BBC Philharmonic/ Gunther Herbig

Contributors

Unknown: Gunther Herbig

: Soundings

From Aria to Zanolini....
Michael Oliver compiles an A-Z lexicon of Rossini.
With Leo McKern as the composer.
Producer Edward Blakeman

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver
Unknown: Leo McKern
Producer: Edward Blakeman

: Songs of Expectation

A meditation on the pilgrimage of the Christian soul led by the Very Rev Derrick Walters.
Ley: Domine.JesuChriste; Tavener: The Lamb; Howells: Requiem
(movements); Rutter: Open Thou Mine Eyes;
Willan: Rise Up My Love; Durufle: Ubi Caritas;
Joseph: Fountain of Life; Harris: Bring Us, 0 Lord God. Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Chamber
Choir/Prof Ian Tracey

Contributors

Unknown: Derrick Walters.
Unknown: Ian Tracey

: Variations, Blues and Concord

The second of two recitals.
Ives Three-Page Sonata Copland Four Blues, No 3
Ives The Anti-Abolitionist
Riots; Some Southpaw Pitching
Monk, transc MacGregor Round Midnight; Monk's Point
Ives TheAlcotts (Concord Sonata)

: Chekhov and After

The first in this series offourplays is a 1965 radio production of Chekhov's The Three Sisters.
Translated by Elisaveta Fen Director John Tydeman

Contributors

Translated By: Elisaveta Fen
Director: John Tydeman
Lt-Col Vershinin: Paul Scofield
Masha: Jill Bennett
Irene: Lynn Redgrave
Olga: Rosalie Crutchley
Chebutykin: Wilfrid Lawson
Baron Touzenbach: Ian McKellen
Koolyghin: George Cole
Prozorov: Terry Scully
Natasha (Natalia Ivarovna): Gudrun Ure
Captain Soliony: David Buck
Anfisa: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Ferapont: George Hagan
Fedolik: Andrew Sachs
Rode: Michael McClain

: BBC Scottish SO

conductor Henry Lewis Beethoven Overture:
LeonoreNo3
Haydn Symphony No 102

Contributors

Conductor: Henry Lewis

: USSR National Youth Choir

conductor Vladimir Minin
Sviridov Three Tolstoy Choruses; Icon
Sveshnikov In the Dark
Forest; 0 Ye Wide Steppe;
The Evening Bells; Brooms

Contributors

Conductor: Vladimir Minin

: Harps and Lutes

Christopher Wilson and Lucy Duran talk to Graham Dixon about the differing sounds of plucked instruments from the European Renaissance and West Africa. Performers:
Frances Kelly (harps), Christopher Wilson ,
Shirley Rumsey , Omar Sene (lutes),
Kausu Kuyateh , Dembo Konte
(koras), Hassan Erraji (ud).

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Wilson
Unknown: Lucy Duran
Unknown: Graham Dixon
Harps: Frances Kelly
Harps: Christopher Wilson
Harps: Shirley Rumsey
Harps: Omar Sene
Unknown: Kausu Kuyateh
Unknown: Dembo Konte
Unknown: Hassan Erraji

: News









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