Paul Guinery introduces two hours of new releases.
Trio in G (WoO 37) Susan Milan (flute)
Sergio Azzolini (bassoon) Ian Brown (piano)
7.26 Gerhard Pedrettiana Tenerife SO/
Victor Pablo Perez
7.40 Grieg Four Songs, Op 49 Nos 1-4
Marianne Hirsti (soprano) Kjell Magnus Sandve (tenor)
Knut Sram (baritone) Rudolf Jansen (piano)
Five Slavonic Dances, Op 46 Nos 4-8
Katia and Marielle
Cello Concerto in C
Truls Mork (cello) Norwegian CO/ Iona Brown
9.05 Record Review continues with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library: Donizetti's Lucia di
Lammermoor by Julian Budden.
David Fanning reviews new piano releases from three giants - Horowitz, Cherkassky and Richter - and their younger contemporaries Stephen Kovacevich and Mitsuko Uchida.
10.35 Record Release
Piano Concerto No 17 in G
Mitsuko Uchida (piano) English CO/Jeffrey Tate
11.08 Brahms Sonata
No 2 in F sharp minor, Op 2 Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
String Quartet No 3 Tatrai Quartet
Berlin PO/Oskar Fried (1928, Mono)
12.10 As Hyperion reach the half-way mark in their survey of Liszt's solo piano music, Jeremy Siepmann asks
Leslie Howard how he views the prospect of recording another 24 CDs.
12.35 Leslie Howard plays one of Liszt's
Italian-inspired works from Volume 21. Records Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury
(9.05-10.35 repeated Wednesday 2.00pm)
Lukas Hagen and Rainer Schmidt (violins)
Veronika Hagen (viola) Clemens Hagen (cello) Mozart
String Quartet in A (K464)
Wolf Italian Serenade Shostakovich String
Quartet No 14 in F sharp, Op
Piano Sonata No 2 in G minor, Op 2,1, Presto passionato; Nachtstttcke, Op 23
Malcolm Binns (piano)
Koussevitzky in Europe: 1 The second of 12 programmes, written and presented by Humphrey Burton , reflecting the legacy of the Russian-bom conductor
Serge Koussevitzky (1874-1951), who left Russia after the Bolshevik revolution to settle first in Paris. With contributions from WCRB Radio producer Richard Kaye and violinist Harry Ellis Dickson.
Prokofiev Symphony No 1 in D (Classical) Rachmaninov
The Isle of the Dead
Berlioz Harold in Italy William Primrose (viola) Debussy La mer
with Geoffrey Smith.
Verdi's opera continues a season of broadcasts live from the Metropolitan Opera, New Yok. In a story of jealousy and murder, based on historical fact, the king falls in love with the wife of one of his closest friends
- and pays for it with his life. Sung in Italian.
Chorus and Orchestra conductor John Fiore
6.30 William Weaver puts Verdi's opera in its historical perspective and considers the problems it encountered with the censors.
6.50 Act 2
7.25 The Metropolitan Opera Quiz
Listeners challenge three opera experts. eQuestions for future quizzes can be sent to: Texaco Opera Quiz, 101 Park Avenue, Suite 1812, New York 10178-1897
7.55 Act 3
(An EBU presentation in association with the Texaco
Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network)
Servant of Amelia:
Prompted by Norman Mailer 's 70th birthday and by the publication of a book on the Beat movement, Christopher Bigsby considers the major forces that have shaped American literature's recent past and considers its future in the light of some first novels by young American writers.
Producer Paul Quinn
Scriabin Sonata No 10
Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 1
BBC Concert Orchestra conductor
Barry Wordsworth Bernard Stevens Sinfonietta, Op 10 Robert Simpson Symphony No 7
In the last of three programmes recorded at the 1992 festival in the Hawth Centre, Crawley,
Nod Knowles introduces a set by the international trio of violinist Shankar from India, saxophonist Andy Sheppard from
England and percussion player Nana Vasconcelos from Brazil.
Series producer Derek Drescher