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: On Air

Chris de Souza presents the morning programme of music, news, weather, and headlines from the arts world, including:
7.44* Franck
Symphonic Variations
8.40*
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No linF

Contributors

Unknown: Bach Brandenburg

: Composers of the Week

The Court of Frederick the Great
Franz Benda Flute
Concerto in G
Neil McLaren (flute) Cambridge Baroque Camerata
Janitsch Quartet in F Parnassus Ensemble
CPE Bach Harpsichord
Concerto in G minor (Wq 6) Gerald Hambitzer
(harpsichord) Concerto Koln
Records

Contributors

Flute: Franz Benda
Flute: Neil McLaren
Harpsichord: Gerald Hambitzer

: Midweek Choice

with Susan Sharpe.
Schumann Manfred Overture, Op 115
Cleveland Orchestra/ George Szell
10.13
Monteverdi Laetatus sum (Vespers of 1610) Marinella Pennicchi
(soprano)
Anne Monoyios (soprano) Mark Tucker and Nigel Robson (tenors)
Alastair Miles (bass) Monteverdi Choir London Oratory Junior
Choir
His Majesties Sagbutts and Cometts
English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner
10.20
Dominic Muldowney Saxophone Concerto John Harle
(alto saxophone)
London Sinfonietta/ Diego Masson
10.38 Bruckner
Motet: Ecce sacerdos magnus
Graham Chambers, Jeremy Gough and Martin Kelly (trombones)
Thomas Trotter (organ) Corydon Singers/ Matthew Best
10.44 Beethoven, transcr Liszt Symphony No 3 (Eroica): Finale
Cyprien Katsaris (piano) Records

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: George Szell
Unknown: Monteverdi Laetatus
Soprano: Marinella Pennicchi
Soprano: Anne Monoyios
Soprano: Mark Tucker
Soprano: Nigel Robson
Bass: Alastair Miles
Soloists: John Eliot Gardiner
Soloists: Dominic Muldowney
Unknown: John Harle
Unknown: Diego Masson
Unknown: Jeremy Gough
Unknown: Martin Kelly
Unknown: Thomas Trotter
Piano: Cyprien Katsaris

: Live from Cheltenham

The last of six programmes from this year's festival, live from the Pittville
Pump Room.
Chilingirian Quartet:
Levon Chilingirian and Mark Butler (violins)
Louise Williams (viola) Philip de Groote (cello) with Kim Sargeant (handbells)
Haydn Quartet in Eflat, Op 64 No 6
Bartok Quartet No 4
11.45 Cider With Rosie to
A Moment of War
Chris Eldon-Lee talks to
Laurie Lee about his autobiographical trilogy.
12.00 Tavener The Last
Sleep of the Virgin (first performance)
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 71 No 2

Contributors

Unknown: Levon Chilingirian
Violins: Mark Butler
Viola: Louise Williams
Cello: Philip de Groote
Unknown: Kim Sargeant
Talks: Chris Eldon-Lee
Unknown: Laurie Lee

: News

: BBC Scottish SO

conductor
David Robertson
Stravinsky Ballet: Agon Martinu Intermezzo for orchestra
Dvorak Symphony No 6 inD

Contributors

Conductor: David Robertson

: Debussy

Kathryn Stott (piano) Suite bergamasque La plus que lente Images (Set 1)

Contributors

Piano: Kathryn Stott

: Vintage Years

Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34
Sviatoslav Richter (piano) Borodin Quartet Record

Contributors

Piano: Sviatoslav Richter

: Choral Evensong

live from Winchester
Cathedral.
Responses: Howells: Office Hymn: Let all the World (Luckington); Psalm 78 (Surplice, Clark, Atkins, Soaper, Attwood); First Lesson: Numbers 27, vv 15-end (RSV): Canticles: Howells in B minor; Second Lesson: II
Corinthians 4, vv 1-10
(RSV); Anthem: Behold, 0 God, Our Defender
(Howells); Hymn: Christ is Made the Sure Foundation
(Westminster Abbey);
Organ Voluntary: Sonata in D (1st mvt) (Howells). Master of Music
David Hill.
Assistant Organist David Dunnett.

Contributors

Unknown: David Hill.
Organist: David Dunnett.

: In Tune

Andrew Green presents Radio 3's early evening programme of music, news, weather and previews of events in the world of music.
His studio guest is
John Drummond , Director of the Proms.
Producer Anthony Cheevers

Contributors

Unknown: John Drummond
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

: Spirit of the Earth

In a concert recorded on Monday, the Aref Ensemble from Iran, directed by Parviz Meshkatian , perform music from the classical tradition.
The singer Ali Reza Eftekhari performs with ney (flute), santur (zither), tar (lute), kemenche (fiddle) and drums.
8.30 The War Machine
Daniel Pick explores the ways in which conceptions of machinery and madness have converged in the last hundred years.
8.50 Earlier this evening, in the Adrian Boult Hall of Birmingham Conservatoire, the ensemble Puspa Nugraha, led by Uking Sukri, played gamelan music from Sunda, the western part of Java. The group performs on a collection of gongs supplemented by the local vertical flute - the suling - and a singer.
(A BBC/South Bank Centre/Sounds Like Birmingham co-promotion in association with BT)

Contributors

Directed By: Parviz Meshkatian
Singer: Ali Reza
Unknown: Daniel Pick
Unknown: Adrian Boult Hall
Unknown: Puspa Nugraha
Unknown: Uking Sukri

: Utrecht Early Music Festival

Freiburg Baroque Orchestra conductor
Thomas Hengelbrock
Bart von Oort (fortepiano) Boccherini
Symphony in C minor, Op 41
Mozart
Piano Concerto No 12 in A
(K414)
10.45
Interval Reading
10.50 Mozart
Symphony No 40 in G minor (K550)

Contributors

Conductor: Thomas Hengelbrock
Conductor: Bart von Oort

: News

: Composers of the Week

Weber
Overture: Preciosa
Piano Sonata No 4 in E minor
Non paventar mia vita (Ines de Castro)
Horn Concertino, Op 45








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