with Chris de Souza.
Scherzo in F sharp minor, Opl
7.30 Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: Christmas Eve
8.00 Johann David
Heinichen Pastorale per la Notte di Natale 8.10 Liszt March of the Three Holy Kings (Christus)
La Boheme (Act 2). Records
3: Schools, Hospitals and Churches with extracts from the journal of Edward Wright 's visit to Venice in the 1720s read by Martin Jarvis. In turbata mare itaro
Emma Kirkby (soprano) Tafelmusik Baroque
Orchestra/Jeanne Lamon Concerto in C (RV114)
Concerto per la Solennitd di San Lorenzo (RV556) Taverner Players/ Andrew Parrott
Magnificat (RV610) Tafelmusik Baroque
Orchestra and Chamber
Choir/Jeanne Lamon Records
presented by Susan Sharpe Shostakovich
Overture: The Gadfly
Symphony No 16 in Bflat
Romance, Op 37
Mozart Regina coeti (K108)
Piano Quintet No 2 in C minor, Op 115
11.13 Ethel Smyth
Mrs Waters ' Aria (The Boatswain's Mate)
11.23 Boieldieu Overture:
Le Calife de Bagdad
Minuet in G (WoOlO N02)
11.35 Gordon Jacob
Shostakovich Contredanse ; National
Holiday, Waltz (The Gadfly) Records
live from Broadcasting House, London.
New London Children's
Choir conductor Ronald Corp Caryl Thomas (harp)
Britten King Herod and the Cock; Sweet was the Song;
Fancie; New Year Carol William Mathias
Santa Fe Suite
The Burning Babe (first broadcast) Britten
A Ceremony of Carols
By the beginning of 1925, every company involved in the rapidly expanding recording industry was negotiating with Western Electric for the right to use their new electrical recording process. It was the single most important development the recording industry had ever seen, so remarkable that the Gramophone Company, which had just released
Elgar's Second Symphony, immediately began to make plans to record it again. In the third of eight programmes,
Malcolm Ruthven compares the two recordings.
live from Waltham Abbey, sung by the choir of Chelmsford Cathedral.
Introit: Steal Away (arr Tippett)
Office Hymn: Soul of my Saviour (Anima Christi)
Psalms 82, 83, 84 and 85 (S S Wesley, Armstrong, Vann)
First Lesson: Isaiah 51, vv 1-8
Canticles: Walmisley in D minor
Second Lesson: Luke 20, vv 27-44
Anthem: Lead kindly light (Stainer)
Hymn: O strength and stay (Highwood)
Organ Voluntary: Master Tallis's Testament (Howells)
Master of the Music: Dr Graham Elliott.
Organ scholars: Neil Weston and Simon Harvey.
Master of the Music:
Music, news, weather and a look at what's on in the arts world with Michael Berkeley , whose guest is the baritone Olaf Bar. Producer Andrew Mussett
The second of two programmes.
Camerata Academica of the Salzburg
Mozarteum/Thomas Zehetmair (violin)
Mozart Concerto No 3 in G (K216)
Hartmann Concerto funèbre
Mozart Concerto No 5 in A (K219)
Professor John White gives the third of five nightly talks on Piero della Francesca.
played by Andrew Ball (piano)
Gerald Barry Triorchic Blues
Anthony Payne PaeanNeville Bower Prism
conductor Matti Hyokki A recital of Scandinavian choral music, by Sibelius, Heininen, Linjama and Bergman, given earlier this month at St John's, Smith Square, London.
Robert Hewison presents the first verdicts on two major new productions: the world premiere of The Gifts of the Gorgon by Peter Shaffer , which stars Damejudi Dench and Michael Pennington and is directed for the RSC by Sir Peter Hall ; and David Pountney 's production of Janacek's The Adventures of Mr Broucek at English National Opera.
Producer Abigail Appleton
The last of three programmes featuring the chamber music that
Schumann wrote during an extraordinarily intense period of discovery in the second part of 1842, with readings from Robert and Clara Schumann 's diaries and letters.
Fantaskstucke in A minor, Op 88
String Quartet in A, Op 41 No
Melos Quartet. Records
Series producer Adam Gatehouse