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English Concert/ Trevor Pinnock
7.15 Schubert Rondo in A (D438)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) English Chamber
Orchestra, conducted by Raymond Leppard
Violin Sonata in A, Op 100 Adolph Busch (violin) Rudolf Serkin (piano)
Prelude and Fugue in C (BWV545)
Noel Rawsthome (organ)
Prelude: Die Meistersinger London Philharmonic
Orchestra, conducted by Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Presented by Penny Gore with extracts from
Mozart's letters read by John Webb.
String Quintet in D (K593) Amadeus Quartet
Cecil Aronowitz (viola) Adagio and Rondo in C minor (K617)
John Steele Ritter (celesta) Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) Pierre Pierlot (oboe)
Bruno Pasquier (viola) Roland Pidoux (cello)
Larghetto in Bflat (K452a) Mitsuko Uchida (piano) Neil Black (oboe)
Thea King (clarinet)
Julian Farrell (bassett horn) Robin O'Neill (bassoon) Horn Quintet in Eflat (K407)
Gerd Seifert (horn) Amadeus Quartet
Concerto grosso in F, Op 3 No 4
Academy of St Martin in the Fields/
10.11 Bach Suite No 3 in C
Paul Tortelier (cello)
10.35 Haydn Symphony No 39 in G minor
Philharmonia Hungarica/ Antal Dorati
Variations and Fugue on a theme by Beethoven Alfons and Aloys Kontarsky (pianos)
Symphony No 3 in F
Philharmonia Orchestra/ Otto Klemperer
The first of two programmes including the arias Mozart composed for the one-time object of his affections, later his sister-in-law,
Aloysia Weber , along with some sets of piano variations. Records
Jean Efflam Bavouzet (piano)
Paul Coletti (viola)
Janet Hilton (clarinet)
Schumann Mdrchenerzahlungen , Op 132 Kurtag
Hommage a Robert Sch ... (UK premiere) Mozart Trio in E flat (K498)
(In association with the 1992 Cardiff Festival of Music)
Stephen Johnson introduces a recital given by the pianist Alfred Brendel at the 1969 Cheltenham Festival, with archive recordings of Brendel talking about
Beethoven and Schubert.
Variations on a Minuet by Duport (K573) Beethoven Sonata in A flat, Op 110
Sonata in A (D959)
A rare opportunity to hear Linley's 1776 portrayal of Shakespeare's witches and fairies. Linley was born in the same year as Mozart, but died at the age of 22 in a boating accident in Lincolnshire.
Penelope Walmsley-Clark and Patricia Rozario (sopranos)
David Mattinson (baritone)
Orchestra of St John's, Smith Square, conducted by John Lubbock
Orchestra of St John's, Smith
The first of two programmes presented by Catherine Ennis.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Richard Baker presents this afternoon's edition of music, news and interviews.
Producer Ray Abbott
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Jean Yves Thibaudet (piano) live from the Royal
Northern College of Music. Messiaen L Ascension
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor
8.40 Walking My
Mistress in Deauville
The title story from Ronald Frame's new collection, dramatised by the author, with Finaly Welsh as a dog of dubious pedigree, and Vivienne Dixon as her equally dubious owner.
9.00 Dutilleux Sytnphonv No 2 (Le Double)
4: A Pacifist's War In the last of four programmes,
Frances Partridge talks to Christopher Cook about the philosophy of pacifism and her life as a pacifist in wartime.
Series producer Fiona McLean
A 15th-century love story presented by Chris Wilson (lute) with Ruth Holton
(soprano), Rogers Covey-Crump -(tenor) and Delyth Wynne (harp).
From the origins of our species to the reconstruction of ancient artefacts. In this month's edition of the programme that bridges the gulf between the arts and sciences, Steve Jones 's theme is fossils.
Producer Deborah Cohen
The delicate, inventive sound spectrum of Harry Partch, performed on the instruments he invented, is contrasted with the explosive percussion and electronics of Double
Whammy, a quartet of American and British improvisers, specially recorded for tonight's programme.
Producer Philip Tagney