Child Abuse and the Children Act
Paul Guinery introduces two hours of new releases.
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A (K581)
Jack Brymer (clarinet) Medici Quartet 7.36 Arnold
Suite: Hobson Choice
7.54 Ligeti Six Bagatelles for Wind Quintet
8.07 Gade Symphony No 3 in A minor
Collegium Musicum, Copenhagen/
8.37 Purcell Frost Scene
Nancy Argenta (soprano)
Brian Bannatyne-Scott (bass) Choir of the English Concert English Concert/ Trevor Pinnock
9.05 Record Review continues with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library:
Dvorak's Symphony No 6' by Edward Seckerson.
Philippe Oboussier with chamber music from
Baroque England, France and Germany. Roxanna Panufnik compares the film and concert music of Nino Rota.
10.35 Record Release
Thomas Linley Violin Sonata in A
Trio Sonata in E minor
Sonata in A, Op 9 No 4 Simon Standage (violin)
Ulrik Mortensen (h'chord)
Suite: La Strada
Monte Carlo PO/
11.44 Richard Wigmore reflects on the art of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau as DG launch their re-issue of his Licder recordings, ending with a selection by Schubert.
Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury (9.05-10.35 repeated Wednesday 2.00pm)
The first of four recitals by Gyorgy Pauk (violin) and Peter Frankl (piano) Sonata in F (K377) Sonata in G (K379)
1.55 Interval Reading
2.00 Sonata in C (K303)
Sonata in Eflat (K481)
Songs by Purcell sung by Emma Kirkby (sop). Records
Seven programmes looking back over the career of Sir
Georg Solti , now in his 80th year. Presented by Natalie Wheen in conversation with Sir Georg himself, and including interviews with Sir John Tooley , Sir Edward Downes , Josephine Veasey and members of the ROH
Orchestra, as well as material from the BBC archives.
2: The Covent Garden
Extracts from Strauss's
Gluck's Orfeo edEuridice, Schoenberg's Moses und Aron, Tchaikovsky's
Eugene Onegin , Strauss's Ekktra and Die Frau dime
Schatten, Verdi's Otello and Don Carlos (final act). Carlo Bergonzi , Renata Tebaldi , Grace Bumbry , Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau , Nicolai Ghiaurov , Martti Talvela ; Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal
Opera House, Covent Garden
with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbott
Antonio Soler 's version of this sexy Latin dance. Record
Donizetti's opera, based on the novel by Sir Walter Scott , live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York.
Chorus and Orchestra conductor Marcello Panni
6.45 The Metropolitan Opera Quiz
Listeners challenge the opera experts.
•Send your questions for future Metropolitan Opera Quizzes by airmail to: Texaco Opera Quiz. 101 Park Avenue. Suite 1812. New York. NY 10178
7.15 Act 2
8.00 Architects and Critics: An American View
Historian and critic
Professor Vincent Scully of Yale University talks to Joe Mordaunt Crook ,
Professor of Architectural
History at the University of London, about the development of architecture since 1945.
8.20 Act 3
(An EBU presentation in association with the Texaco
Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network)
by Paul Allen.
In Greenland in the late
15th century, Ingolf tries to give his brother a Christian burial. Now the last
Norseman of the settlement founded 500 years before by Eirik the Red , he considers his fate and his options: escape to Iceland; joining the Inuit; or staying put and waiting for death. The saga of Ingolf the Indecisive, with Nigel Anthony as The Last Viking.
Director Julian May
Eirik the Red:
Scriabin Sonata No 9, Op 68
Prokofiev Sonata No 6, Op 82
Christopher Cook chairs a discussion focusing on the pick of the week's theatre, including Shakespeare's Richard III, directed by Barrie Rutter; Jonathan Miller's production of The Double Dealer by Congreve; and the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel at the Royal National Theatre, London. Producer Fiona McLean
Brian Morton focuses on Canada, which has produced pianist Oscar Peterson. the Shuffle
Demons and guitarist and composer Tim Brady. More recently Jane Bunnett (soprano saxophone and flute) has been making a name for herself, working with Don Pullen and Dewey Redman. During a recent London visit, she talked about her career.
Producer Derek Drescher