Renaissance attitudes to the Cosmos
Paul Guinery introduces two hours of new releases.
Carl Stamitz Clarinet
Concerto in Eflat
7.26 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
Berlin PO James Levine
7.46 Moran Music from the Towers of the Moon Balanescu Quartet
8.03 Kuhnau Sonata No 6
(Frische Clavier Fruchte) John Butt (harpsichord)
Symphony No 3
Philadelphia Orchestra Riccardo Muti
9.05 Record Review continues with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library:
Liszt's Piano Sonata in B minor by Stephen Plaistow. Gerard McBurney on two new recordings of Myaskovsky's Symphony No 6. Jan Smaczny with a review of Czech music from Dvorak to Petr Eben.
10.35 Record Release
Suk Poluidka , Op 16
Czech PO Jiri Belohlavek
11.06 Martinu Primrose
(Five Duets on Moravian Folk Songs)
Petr Messiereur (violin)
Stanislav Bogunia (piano) Kuhn Female Chorus/ Pavel Kuhn
11.14 Eben Windows
(after Marc Chagall ) Rudolf Ixidenkemper (trumpet)
Sieglinde Ahrens (organ)
11.35 Michael Hall reviews the first releases in EMI's new series Composers in Person, featuring
Milhaud, Stravinsky. Poulenc, Britten and Shostakovich, and ends with one of these historic recordings complete. Records
Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portoury
(9.0510 35 repeated Wednesday
From Rome to Home
John Purser introduces the second of five concerts of Scottish music from the 1992 Edinburgh
Lynne Dawson (soprano) Renald Laban (male sop) Jakob Lindberg (lute) Concerto Caledonia directed by Carolyn Sparey-Giilies (violin) and David McGuinness
John Clerk Cantata:
Eheu Eheu !; Violin Sonata Anon Lute solos from the Straloch, Rowallen and Pickering manuscripts John Abell The Fifth
Song; The Third Song (A Collection of Songs in Several Languages): Aloud Proclaim (Coronation Ode for Queen Anne); Wink the Wheels of Time are
Moving; The Sixth Song
Anon Lute solos from the Bakarres Lute Book
John Clerk Cantata: Odo di Mesto Intorno
Fantasy in F minor (1)940) Murray Perahia and Radu Lupu (piano duet). Record
Koussevitzky in America In the fourth of 12 programmes reflecting the recorded legacy of the great Russian conductor and impresario
Serge Koussevitzky , Humphrey Burton focuses on his arrival in America in to take over the Boston
Symphony Orchestra. Copland
Hanson Serenade , Op 35 George Laurent (flute) Bernard Zighera (harp)
Copland Lincoln Portrait Melvyn Douglas (speaker) Roy Harris
Symphony No 3
Cowell Hymn and Fuguing Tune No
Barber Symphony No 2 Copland El Salon Mexico Boston Symphony Orchestra '
Serge Koussevitzky. Records
with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbctt
Edward Said 's new bmk on culture and imperialism sets the theme. Also reviewed are a book on "gender and the colour of art history" and the exhibition African Themes at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Producer Mike Greenwood tRepeated Monday 2.05pm)
Dance music by Schein played by Hesperion XX. Record
Verdi's opera after Schiller's Kabale und Liebe live from the Grand Theatre, Geneva. Sung in Italian. Thomas Allen presents the opera.
Chorus of the Grand
Suisse Romande Orchestra conductor Carlo Rizzi
8.00-8.30 TJ Reed makes some connections between Schiller, music, metaphysics and history.
Above the castle door was an inscription:
Be bolde, be bolde But not too bolde
Lest that your heart's
Blood should run colde ...
Erik Ohls 's 1991 Italia
Prize-winning play based on the folk tale of Mr Fox an English variation on the Bluebeard legend.
Translated from the Swedish by John Webster
Directed by the author Producer Patnck Rayner
In tribute to the great trumpeter, who died in January, Brian Morton introduces a recording of Gillespie's 19-piece big band in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in 1987. with Sam Rivers and Jerry Dodgion (reeds). Britt Woodman (trombone) and Jon Faddis (trumpet). Lalo Schifrin
Prelude and Toccata
Romberg/Hammerstein Lover Come Back to Me
Monk Round Midnight
Gillespie Things to Come IXiring the interval,
Gillespie talks about his life and times in an interview recorded with Charles Fox.
Gillespie/Chano Poso Manteca
Jimmy Heath Without You No Me
Gillespie A Night in Tunisia; The Cliamp; OUnga