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: Morning Concert

Albinoni Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2
David Reichenberg (oboe) English Concert/Pinnock
7.13 Zelenka
Lamentation V (1722)
John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Chandos Baroque Players

Contributors

Oboe: David Reichenberg
Tenor: John Mark Ainsley

: News

7.35 Respighi
Trittico Botticelliano
Bournemouth Sinfonietta/ Tamas Vasary
7.54 Mozart
Serenade in C minor (K388) C 0 of Europe Soloists/ Alexander Schneider
8.18
Schubert Klavierstiick in Eflat major (D 946)
Andras Schiff (piano) Records

Contributors

Unknown: Tamas Vasary
Soloists: Alexander Schneider
Soloists: Schubert Klavierstiick
Piano: Andras Schiff

: News

: A Land with Music

Fourth of eight programmes. William Boyce Serenata: Solomon (Part 1)
Bronwen Mills (sop) Howard Crook (tenor)
Choir and Orchestra of the Parley of Instruments Roy Goodman Record

Contributors

Unknown: William Boyce
Unknown: Bronwen Mills
Tenor: Howard Crook

: Maurizio Pollini

I The first of seven programmes to ceieuraie the pianist's 50th birthday this year.
Chopin Concerto No 1
Philharmonia/Paul Kletzki Schoenberg Suite, Op 25 Records

: Music Weekly

with Peter Paul Nash.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Paul Nash.

: From the Proms 1991

BBC Welsh Symphony
Orchestra/Tadaaki Otaka Peter Donohoe (piano)
Mozart Symphony No 32 in G (K 318)
11.40 A reading from
Clifton Helliwell 's memoirs Music in the Air.
11.45 Strauss Ein
Heldenleben

Contributors

Unknown: Clifton Helliwell
Unknown: Strauss Ein

: Replay

Philip French quarries gems from the BBC Sound Archives. This week: G M
Trevelyan on Macaulay and the Sense of Optimism, first broadcast in 1948. Producer Louise Purslow

Contributors

Producer: Louise Purslow

: News

: Your Concert Choice

with Paul Guinery.
Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Two Triumphal Airs
Hannes, Wolfgang and Bernhard Laubin
(trumpets); Simon Preston (organ); Norbert Schmitt (timpani) Vivaldi
Salve Regina (RV616) Jochen Kowalski (alto)
Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra/Vittorio Negri Szymanowski Myths, Op 30
Kaja Danczowska (violin) Krystian Zimerman (piano) Roussel
Symphony No 1 in D minor (Poeme de laforet) National Orchestra of France conductor Charles Dutoit Records
Producer Kate Bolton

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery.
Unknown: Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Unknown: Bernhard Laubin
Unknown: Simon Preston
Unknown: Norbert Schmitt
Unknown: Jochen Kowalski
Violin: Kaja Danczowska
Piano: Krystian Zimerman
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Producer: Kate Bolton

: Borodin String Quartet

Recorded in the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama last November.
Beethoven Grosse Fuge , Op 133
Shostakovich Quartet Noll
Tchaikovsky Quartet No 2 in F

Contributors

Unknown: Beethoven Grosse Fuge

: Poet of the Month

Peter Porter reads a selection of his poetry. Producer Fiona McLean

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Porter
Producer: Fiona McLean

: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

leader Geoffrey Trabichoff conductor George Hurst Pascal Roge (piano) Mozart
Piano Concerto
No 25 in C (K 503)
SymPhony No 39 in Eflat (K 543)

Contributors

Leader: Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conductor: George Hurst
Piano: Pascal Roge

: Soundings

Ralph Vaughan
Williams Michael Oliver challenges RVW's pastoral, Grand Old Man image through conversations with those who knew him.

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Vaughan
Unknown: Williams Michael Oliver

: The Road to the Kingdom

A sequence for the first
Sunday in Lent, recorded at Tewkesbury Abbey. Exon Singers director
Christopher Tolley. Extracts iromThe
Imitation of Christ are read by Andrew Wincott and Terence Edmond. Motets by Clemens non Papa:
Salvator mundi; Deus qui nos patrem et matrem; 0 bone Jesu; Ego flos campi; Ave verum corpus; Decantabat populus.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Tolley.
Read By: Andrew Wincott
Read By: Terence Edmond.

: Caroline Palmer and Alan Gravill

(two pianos)
Stravinsky Sonata Poulenc agie
Stravinsky Concerto
Poulenc L'embarquement pour Cythere

Contributors

Pianos: Stravinsky Sonata

: Sunday Play

The Queen and the Rebels
To celebrate the centenary of the birth of Italian playwright Ugo Betti , another chance to hear
Irene Worth as Argia in his most famous play, about the conflict of power and personality in the wake of revolution.
Translated by Henry Reed Director R D Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Ugo Betti
Unknown: Irene Worth
Translated By: Henry Reed
Director: R D Smith
Argia: Irene Worth
The Traveller: Leo McKern
The Engineer: Wilfred Babbage
Oraao: Derek Birch
Raim: Hugh Burden
General Biante: Haydn Jones
Maupa: John Bryning
Elisabetta: Dorothy Primrose
Peasants: Donald McKillop
Peasants: Hilda Krisman

: Helsinki Biennale

The second of three programmes.
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra/
Esa-Pekka Salonen
Saschko Gawriloff (violin) Petri Alanko (flute)
Anssi Karttunen (cello) Ligeti San Francisco Polyphony
Kaija Saariaho ... A la fumée
Ligeti: Violin Concerto
Lutoslawski Symphony No 3
(Final programme tomorrow at
9.10pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Violin: Saschko Gawriloff
Cello: Anssi Karttunen

: Capricorn

Mozart Quintet for piano and wind (K 452)
Jennifer Fowler Reeds , reflections, ripples (first broadcast)
Diana Burrell Wind quintet (first broadcast)
Brahms Piano Quartet in C minor, Op 60

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Fowler Reeds
Unknown: Diana Burrell

: News









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