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: Open University

Europe and a Changing World: Fiddling with the Past

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: Sunday Morning Concert

Berlioz Overture: Roman
Carnival
BBC SO/Andrew Davis
7.09 Kodaly
Dances o/Galanta BBC Philharmonic/ Gyorgy Lehel
7.26 Mozart
Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor (K491)
Howard Shelley (piano) BBC Welsh SO/
Alexander Rahbari
7.57 Ravel
Rapsodie espagnole BBC Philharmonic/
Jean-Claude Casadesus
8.15 Dvorak
Symphony No 8 in G BBC Philharmonic/ Edward Downes

: News

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Boieldieu Overture: The
Caliph of Baghdad
9.14 Anon 1 íth-century Hungarian Dance
9.23 Artist of the Week:
Thomas Allen (baritone) Rossini Largo Al
Factotum (Il liarbiere di Siviglia)
9.28 Schmidt
Intermezzo (Notre Dame)
9.39 Durufle
Four Motets, Op 10
9.47
Granados Allegro de Concierto
9.56 Larsson
Pastoral Suite, Op 19
10.09 Mozart
Flute Quartet in D (K285)
10.23 Schubert
Die Forelle; Heidenroslein
10.27 Ireland
Piano Concerto in Eflat
10.53 Composer of the Week preview: Arne
Thou soft flouting Avon
10.59 Debussy, orch Grainger Pagodes (Estampes)
11.06 Krommer
Octet in B flat. Op 78
11.23 arr Sharon lsbin
Salley Gardens arr Britten / Will Give My Love an Apple; Sailor Boy
11.31 Shostakovich
Symphony No .9

Contributors

Baritone: Thomas Allen
Unknown: Granados Allegro
Unknown: Grainger Pagodes

: Spirit of the Age

Denis Stevens looks back at early music in the days of the Third Programme and reflects on the subsequent changes in tastes and performance styles. And at 12.40*
Christopher Page reviews some recent releases of medieval and Renaissance music.
Producer Kate Bolton

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Stevens
Producer: Kate Bolton

: News

: 20s SEASON Replay

Philip French quarries gems from the BBC Sound
Archives. This week, Vita Sackville-West talks about Virginia Woolfs Orlando.

: From the Proms

Soloists of Moscow
Conservatoire director Yuri Bashmet (viola) Schubert, arr Mahler
String Quartet in D minor (Death and the Maiden)
2.10 Interval Reading
2.15 Schnittke
Monologue for viola and orchestra
Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings

Contributors

Viola: Yuri Bashmet
Unknown: Tchaikovsky Serenade

: Loma Anderson

(soprano)
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Mendelssohn Die Liebende schreibt. Op 86
No 3; Nachtlied, Op 71
No 6; Suleika, Op 34 No 4 Faure
Cinq Chansons de Venise
Britten Canticle No 1: My Beloved is Mine
Wolf Bluinengruss ; Gleich undgleich; Fruhling tibers Jahr, St Nepomuks
Vorabend; Rpiphanias (Goetlw Lieder)
Bernstein La bonne cuisine

Contributors

Piano: Malcolm Martineau
Unknown: Wolf Bluinengruss

: Brodsky Quartet

Lutoslawski
String Quartet
Shostakovich String Quartet No 9

: Mozart

Piano Concerto No 22 in Eflat (K482)
Maria Tipo (piano) Lausanne Chamber Orchestra/
Jesus Lopez-Cobos

Contributors

Unknown: Jesus Lopez-Cobos

: 20s SEASON Listening to ... Edgar Varese

Michael Hall examines the intriguing tension Varese created between the apparently primitive surface of scores like lonisation (1931) and Integrales (1924) and their strictly organised substructure on which he worked with scientific precision. Performed by the Los Angeles
Philharmonic conducted by Zubin Mehta. Records

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hall
Conducted By: Zubin Mehta.

: Malcolm Binns

(piano)
Brahms
Eight Reces, Op 76
Beethoven Sonata in G, Op 31 No 1

: Sunday Play: The Hole in the Top of the World

by Fay Weldon
Starring Walter Matthau
Matt, an aging scientist, is walled up in a concrete igloo in Antarctica with his nubile young research assistant Nina. His wife Simone is on the warpath. With vegan toy-boy Andrew in tow, she is crossing continents to wreak her revenge on Matt. But
Matt's mind is on other things. He has come to the conclusion that all the most noble ideas of the 20th century are being sucked out through a hole in the ozone layer.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
An LA Theatre Works/KCWR BBC co-production
Cue Matthau
SEE FEATURE page 20

Contributors

Writer: Fay Weldon
Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
Malt Piercey: Walter Matthau
Nina: Valerie Landsbergh
Simone: Barbara Bain
Andrew: Lhelko Ivanic

: Mendelssohn's Elijah

Joan Rodgers (soprano) Hilary Summers (mezzo) Ian Caley (tenor)
David Wilson-Johnson (bass) Leeds Philharmonic Chorus BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra; Alexander Gibson (Given last November in Leeds Town Hall in association with Read. Hind. Stewart Solicitors)

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Rodgers
Soprano: Hilary Summers
Tenor: Ian Caley
Bass: David Wilson-Johnson
Unknown: Alexander Gibson

: Matthew Locke

Suite No 3 in C (Broken Consort, Part 1)
Suite in G minor (Tripla Concordia) Locke Consort. Record

: Music in Our Time

A Welsh edition, introduced by Gwyn L
Williams in conversation with the composers.
Lontano/Odaline de la
Martinez Graham Williams A Peruvian Lament (1987) (first broadcast)
Hilary Tann Winter Sun, Summer Rain
Jeffrey Lewis Epitaph for Abelard and Heloise (1984) (first broadcast) Enid Luff Dream Time with Bells (first broadcast)

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Williams
Unknown: Hilary Tann
Unknown: Jeffrey Lewis

: News









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