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with Chris de Souza.
7.40* Gershwin
An American in Paris
8.40* Haydn
Trumpet Concerto

Contributors

Unknown: Chris de Souza.

: Composers of the Week

Tchaikovsky (1840-93) Peter Franklin introduces music from the latter part of Tchaikovsky's life.
1:1877-8
Symphony No 4 in F minor Oslo PO/Mariss Jansons Album for the Young (excerpts)
Luba Edlina (piano) Liturgy of St
John Chrysostom (excerpts)
Glinka Academic Choir of Leningrad/Vladimir
Chemushenko. Records Producer Mark Rowlinson

Contributors

Introduces: Peter Franklin
Piano: Luba Edlina
Unknown: John Chrysostom
Producer: Mark Rowlinson

: Morning Sequence

Anticipating the Mendelssohn work in tonight's Prom, the sequence is based around consort music and songs from the Shakespearean stage. It starts with Artist of the Week Itzhak Perlman playing Berlioz's Reverie et Caprice with the Paris Orchestra/Barenboim.
10.07 Purcell Overture: The Tempest: Monteverdi Orchestra/Gardiner
10.12 Shows and Nightly Revels David Melvill O lusty May Thomas Morley O Mistress mine
Anon Tarkton's Jigg Robert Johnson
Full fathom five
Anon Bonny sweet Robin; Hold, lingel hold; The Bee
Johnson Where the bee sucks
Morley It was a lover Anthony Holborne Pavans, Galliards and Almains (1599) attrib Byrd My Lord of Oxenford's Masque
Thomas Lupo Shows and nightly revels; Time that leads the fatal round Anon Kemp's Jigg John Wilbye
Since Robin Hood
Anon Rowland's Godson Morley Now is the month of Maying: New London Consort/Philip Pickett
11.19 Purcell See, see the heavens smile; No stars again (The Tempest)
Monteverdi Choir and Orch/ John Eliot Gardiner

Contributors

Unknown: Itzhak Perlman
Unknown: David Melvill
Unknown: Thomas Morley
Unknown: Anon Tarkton
Unknown: Jigg Robert Johnson
Unknown: Anthony Holborne
Unknown: Thomas Lupo Shows
Unknown: Anon Kemp
Unknown: John Wilbye
Unknown: Robin Hood
Unknown: Anon Rowland
Unknown: Godson Morley
Unknown: Purcell See
Unknown: John Eliot Gardiner

: BBC Scottish SO

conductor James Loughran Carolyn Sparey-Gillies (viola) Haydn Symphony No 87 in A
Liszt Les Préludes
Berlioz Harold in Italy

Contributors

Conductor: James Loughran
Viola: Carolyn Sparey-Gillies

: News

: Noriko Ogawa

(piano)
Beethoven Sonata in C, Op 2 No 3
Takemitsu
Rain Tree Sketch
Debussy Des pas sur la neige; Ce qu 'a vu le vent d'ouest; Canope; Feux d'artifice (Preludes).

: Opera News

: Berlin Philharmonic

conductor Semyon Bychkov Alban Gerhardt (cello) Elgar
Introduction and Allegro Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo Theme
Berio after Schubert
The Rendering

Contributors

Conductor: Semyon Bychkov
Cello: Alban Gerhardt
Cello: Allegro Tchaikovsky

: Nielsen

Wind Quintet, Op 43
Athena Ensemble. Record

: The Iberian Organ

In this final programme,
James Dalton plays the organ of the Chapel of Coimbra University, Portugal.
S Aguilera de Heredia Salve (Rcgina) de I tono por delasolre; Tiento de IV tono defalsas; Vajo I tono Gaspar dos
Reis Concertadv sobre Ave
Maris Stella ; Tencao sobre o V Kyrie de Missa de
Santa Maria
Pablo Bruna Registo alto de VIII tono de Clarin;
Tiento defalsas de II tono Pedro de Araujo Obra de VI torn.

Contributors

Unknown: James Dalton
Unknown: Reis Concertadv
Unknown: Maris Stella

: In Tune

Natalie Wheen , with guest Mark Wigglesworth. Producer Alan Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Unknown: Mark Wigglesworth.
Producer: Alan Hall

: Proms 1992

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Olli Mustonen (piano)
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra/
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Mendelssohn Overture, Intermezzo and Wedding March (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
Stravinsky Concerto for piano and wind
7.45 Shelley's Sonnets Last of six programmes celebrating Shelley's bicentenary. Fredd'Aguiar presents a poetic response to Shelley's sonnets.
8.05 Brahms
Symphony No 2 in D

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall

: Shelley's Soft Voices

The second of two recitals in which Graham Fawcett introduces musical settings of Shelley, including songs by Delius, Quilter, Elgar and Gounod, and Henze's Ode to the West Wind for cello and orchestra.

Contributors

Introduces: Graham Fawcett

: Young Americans

NEW Five nightly
I programmes in which Irish novelist
Timothy O'Grady meets the cream of America's young writers. 1: From the Sea
Mark Richard , once a fisherman and a private eye, now working on the Virginian coast.
Series producer Noah Rlchler

Contributors

Unknown: Timothy O'Grady
Unknown: Mark Richard
Producer: Noah Rlchler

: Proms 1992

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. BBC Singers conductor Bo Holten
Gombert Agnus land II (Missa Tempore paschali) Arvo Part Seven
Magnificat Antiphons Josquin Desprez Qui habitat
Tavener Two Hymns to the Mother of God; Eonia Gombert Credo

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Conductor: Bo Holten
Conductor: Gombert Agnus

: Lamento d'Olimpia

Laments by Monteverdi and Sigismondo d'lndia sung by Emma Kirkby (soprano). Records

Contributors

Sung By: Emma Kirkby

: News

: Composers of the Week

Milhaud Suite Provençale; String Quartet No 6; Les Malheurs d'Orphée (Act 2);
Cello Concerto No 1








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