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Piers Burton-Page presents the Monday edition of the morning programme of music, news, and previews including:
7.42
Telemann
Concerto in E for flute, oboe d'omore and viola d'amore
8.42
Mozart
Motet: Exsultate, jubilate (K 165)

: Composers of the Week

William Walton
A Queen's Fanfare
Locke Brass Consort/ James Stobart Five Bagatelles
Julian Bream (guitar) Capriccio Burlesco
Chamber Orchestra/ Andre Kostelanetz
Where does the uttered music go?
Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge/
Richard Marlow
Viola Concerto
Yehudi Menuhin (viola) New Philharmonia
Orchestra/The Composer Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

Unknown: William Walton
Unknown: James Stobart
Unknown: Andre Kostelanetz
Viola: Richard Marlow
Viola: Yehudi Menuhin
Producer: Sarah Devonald

: Morning Sequence

Stravinsky
Three Easy Pieces Katia and Marielle
Labeque (piano duet)
10.05 Handel
Organ Concerto in F, Op 4 No
David Titterington (organ) Guildhall String Ensemble
10.20
Stravinsky
Concerto for 2 Pianos
Katia and Marielle Labeque
10.39
Richard Rodney Bennett Reflections on a theme of William Walton
Guildhall String Ensemble
10.56 Handel
Organ Concerto in G minor, Op 7 No 5
11.12
Stravinsky
Five Easy Pieces
, Katia and Marielle
Labeque (piano duet)

Contributors

Unknown: David Titterington
Unknown: Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown: William Walton

: BBC Welsh SO in Plymouth

conductor Louis Fremaux Raphael Oleg (violin) Glinka Overture and Magic
Dances (Ruslan and Ludmilla) Brahms
Violin Concerto in D, Op 77 Elgar
Enigma Variations

Contributors

Conductor: Louis Fremaux
Violin: Raphael Oleg

: News

: Moura Lympany

The pianist gives her first BBC studio recording for many years.
Mendelssohn
Variations serieuses, Op 54
Chopin
Nocturne in B, Op 62 No 1; Study in A flat, Op 25 No 1 Schumann
Fantasy in C, Op 17

: Brodsky String Quartet Janacek

Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters)
Shostakovich
Quartet No 8, Op 110

: BBC Philharmonic in Exeter

conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
David Campbell (clarinet) Strauss
Symphonic poem: Don Juan Mozart
Clarinet Concerto in A
(K 622)

Contributors

Clarinet: David Campbell
Unknown: Don Juan

: The Iberian Organ

In the first programme of a fortnightly series, James Dalton plays the organ of the Chapel of the Royal Palace, Madrid. Cabanilles
Batalla Imperial Anon
Obra de VIII tono, medio registro, mano izquierda; Obra defalsas cromaticas Jose Elias
Toccata de Contras
Joaquin Oxinaga Intento in G minor
Felix Maximo Lopez
Verso de II Tono; Verso de
V Tono
Scarlatti
Sonatas: in G (Kk 328); in D (Kk287 and 288) Producer William Robson

Contributors

Unknown: James Dalton
Unknown: Jose Elias
Unknown: Joaquin Oxinaga
Unknown: Felix Maximo Lopez
Producer: William Robson

: In Tune

Natalie Wheen presents her selection of music, along with previews, news and weather. Her studio guest is the conductor Odaline de la Martinez.
Producer Edward Blakeman

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Conductor: Odaline de la Martinez.
Producer: Edward Blakeman

: Proms 1992

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Helen Field (soprano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Alexander
Lazarev
Sibelius Symphony No 1 in E minor
8.10 Ivan Hewett looks ahead to this season's
Prom commissions, talking to the composers
Simon Holt , Elena Firsova , David Sawer and, before the premiere of his new work, James Dillon.
8.30 James Dillon ignis noster (BBC commission, first performance)
Strauss Four Last Songs

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Ivan Hewett
Unknown: Simon Holt
Unknown: Elena Firsova
Unknown: David Sawer
Unknown: James Dillon.
Unknown: James Dillon

: The Wolpert Conversations

In which the biologist
Lewis Wolpert explores the personal and creative aspects of doing science. 1: Blemished Heroes.
Carl Djerassi - novelist, poet, Professor of Chemistry at Stanford
University, California, and the inventor of the contraceptive pill - reflects on the rewards and the price of scientific success. Producer Alison Richards

Contributors

Unknown: Lewis Wolpert
Unknown: Carl Djerassi
Producer: Alison Richards

: David Murray Quartet

This American group, led by David Murray (tenor saxophone and bass clarinet), with Dave Burrell (piano), Tony Overwater (bass) and Idris Mohammed (drums), played in the second half of a concert in April to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Bristol
Cathedral. The recording is introduced by Brian Morton who also talks to
David Murray.
Producer Derek Drescher

Contributors

Tenor: David Murray
Piano: Dave Burrell
Piano: Idris Mohammed
Introduced By: Brian Morton
Unknown: David Murray.
Producer: Derek Drescher

: News

: Composers of the Week

The Court of Frederick the Great
Hasse
Overture; Aria: Se mai turbo il tuo riposo (Cleofide) Weiss
Prelude and Allemande
(Suite in D minor)
Quantz Flute Concerto in E minor
Franz Benda
Sonata in Ffor Cello and Double Bass
Johann Gottlieb Graun
Viola da gamba Concerto inD

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Benda








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