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: Morning Concert

Couperin Concert No (Les Gouts-Reunis)
Thomas Inderm ├╝hle (oboe) Henk de Wit (bassoon) Ursula Duetschler
(harpsichord)
7.11 Bartok Dance Suite
(Sz 77)
Budapest Festival
Orchestra/Ivan Fischer

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Inderm
Harpsichord: Ursula Duetschler

: News

7.35 D'Indy Sarabande and Minuet, Op24 Pascal Roge (piano)
Catherine Cantin (flute) Maurice Bourgue (oboe) Michel Portal (clarinet)
Amaury Wallez (bassoon) Andre Cazalet (horn)
7.43 Lekeu Fantasia on Two Folk Songs Liege PO/
Pierre Bartholomew
7.56
Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Sonatina, Op205
William Bennett (flute) Simon Wynberg (guitar)
8.09 Haydn Symphony NolOinD
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra/Adam Fischer Records

Contributors

Unknown: D'Indy Sarabande
Piano: Pascal Roge
Flute: Catherine Cantin
Oboe: Maurice Bourgue
Clarinet: Michel Portal
Bassoon: Amaury Wallez
Horn: Andre Cazalet
Horn: Lekeu Fantasia
Unknown: Pierre Bartholomew
Flute: William Bennett
Guitar: Simon Wynberg

: News

: Composers of the Week

Rossini
A comparison between two operas using much of the same music - Il Viaggio a Reims and Le Comte Ory, with casts conducted by Claudio Abbado and John Eliot Gardiner. Records

Contributors

Music: Il Viaggio
Conducted By: Claudio Abbado
Conducted By: John Eliot Gardiner.

: Morning Sequence

Babell Harpsichord Suite No 4
Robert Woolley
9.41 Elgar Overture: In the South (Alassio) BBC Northern SO/ Vernon Handley
10.04 Brahms Sonata in F minor. Op 120 No I Peter Schidlof (viola) Ernest Lush (piano)
10.25 Handel
Harpsichord Suite in Bflat (HWV434)
Robert Woolley
10.34 Britten A MDG
BBC Singers/John Poole
10.52 Brahms
Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel Jeffrey Kahane (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Woolley
Unknown: Vernon Handley
Viola: Peter Schidlof
Piano: Ernest Lush
Unknown: Robert Woolley
Piano: Handel Jeffrey Kahane

: BBC Welsh SO

conductor
Guido Ajmone-Marsan Gyorgy Pauk (violin) Berlioz Overture:
Roman Carnival
Bruch Violin Concerto
No 1 in G minor, Op26
Elgar Symphony No 1 in Aflat, Op 55
(In association with Manweb)

Contributors

Conductor: Guido Ajmone-Marsan
Violin: Gyorgy Pauk

: News

: Chamber Music from Manchester

John Gough (piano)
Haydn Andante and Variations in Fminor
(HXVII6)
Janacek Sonata
(1 X 1905)
Ireland Equinox; Chelsea Reach;
Ragamuffin Granados Allegro de concierto

Contributors

Piano: John Gough
Piano: Haydn Andante
Unknown: Ragamuffin Granados Allegro

: Soundings

: A Little Byrd

De Lamentatione
Hieremiae
Ave verum corpus Hilliard Ensemble/ Paul Hillier. Record

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Hillier.

: Youth Orchestras of the World

The 1991 Aberdeen
International Youth
Festival Orchestra conductor En
Shao Mendelssohn
Overture: The Hebrides
Arutunian
Trumpet Concerto
Martin Winter (trumpet) Shostakovich
Symphony No
With reflections from festival participants on building an international youth orchestra from scratch to concert in fourdays.

Contributors

Unknown: Shao Mendelssohn

: Mainly for Pleasure

With an eye to tomorrow, Roger Nichols includes tributes to a phalanx of formidable females.
Producer Jeremy Hayes

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Nichols
Producer: Jeremy Hayes

: The Honky-Tonk Man

Francis Wilford
Smith looks at the work of five pianists who have made a significant contribution to piano blues. 1: Montana Taylor
Unusually for a bluesman, Taylor was born in the northern state of Montana, in 1903. He moved south and became one of the greatest of the blues boogie pianists of the rent party years. He was also in demand as a blues singer. Series producer Derek Drescher

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Wilford
Producer: Derek Drescher

: News

: Third Ear

As a retrospective exhibition of work by the American
William Eggleston , a pioneer of colour photography, opens in the Barbican Art Gallery, London, he talks about his vision of the Deep South and the power of colour to transform his subject matter.
Producer Judith Bumpus

Contributors

Unknown: William Eggleston
Producer: Judith Bumpus

: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

conductor
RiccardoChailly
Bruckner Symphony No 5 in B flat

: From the Forever Frozen Land

In 1941, 14-year-old
Dalia Grinkevieiute was deported with her family from Lithuania to Siberia.
Her memoirs describe the struggle of several hundred deportees to survive in the frozen wastes of an uninhabited island on the Laptev Sea.
Her words are adapted and read by Zhivila Roche.
With music by Lithuanian composer
Bronius Kutavieius , From the Jatvingian Stone , performed by the New
Music Ensemble of Vilnius.

Contributors

Unknown: Dalia Grinkevieiute
Read By: Zhivila Roche.
Unknown: Bronius Kutavieius
Unknown: Jatvingian Stone

: Rostov String Quartet

Thomas Wilson Quartet No
Leonid Klinichev
Quartet No
Shostakovich Quartet No 8

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Wilson

: Early Brahms and Late Beethoven

The second of three programmes with Bernard Roberts (piano). Brahms Ballades , Op 10 Beethoven Sonata in Aflat, Op 110
(Final programme tomorrow at 10.05pm)

Contributors

Piano: Bernard Roberts
Piano: Brahms Ballades

: News

: Composers of the Week

J S Bach Sonata in G
(BWV 1027); Sonata in E minor (BWV 1023); Cantata No 186: Argre dich, o Seele nicht








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