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: Sunday Morning Concert

Mozart Sinfonia: Der Schauspieldirektor BBC Welsh SO/ Richard Hickox
7.05 Ravel Rapsodie espagnole: BBC Welsh SO/ Grant Llewellyn
7.22 Tchaikovsky Piano
Concerto No 1 in B flat minor John Lill (piano) BBC Welsh SO/
Bryden Thomson
7.58 Bernstein Three Dance
Episodes (On the Town) BBC Scottish SO/ Takuo Yuasa
8.08 Ravel La valse
BBC Welsh SO/
Alexander Rahbari
8.21 Mozart Symphony No 41 in C (K551) (Jupiter) BBC Welsh SO/Hickox

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Hickox
Unknown: Grant Llewellyn
Piano: John Lill
Unknown: Bryden Thomson
Unknown: Takuo Yuasa
Unknown: Alexander Rahbari

: News

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Bach Orchestral Suite
No 4 in D (BWV 1069)
9.25 Delius
The March of Spring
9.35 Rossini, arr Friedrich Berr
Quartet No 2 in G
9.47 Artist of the Week: Leonard Bernstein
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
10.10 Composer of the Week preview: Palestrina Haec Dies; Tu es Petrus
10.18 Mascagni Easter
Hymn (Cavalleria Rustxcana)
10.25 Rawsthome Gus the Theatre Cat, Bustopher Jones (Practical Cats)
10.33 Fibich
Symphonic poem: Spring
10.48
Czemy Fantaisie brillante
11.00 Bernstein
The Paris Waltz; Glitter and Be Gay (Candide)
11.11 Corelli Concerto
Grosso in F, Op 6 No 2
11.23 Moeran
Songs of Springtime
11.32 Copland
Suite: Appalachian Spring

Contributors

Unknown: Rawsthome Gus
Unknown: Bustopher Jones
Unknown: Czemy Fantaisie

: Spirit of the Age

Christopher Page introduces recent recordings of medieval and Renaissance music by ensembles from
Europe and America. Producer Kate Bolton

Contributors

Producer: Kate Bolton

: News

: Table Talk

In the first of another series of lunchtime food forays, Leslie Forbes ignores warnings about the aphrodisiac qualities of grilled octopus and dips a finger into the ethnic and culinary melting pot of Zanzibar.
Producer Nigel Acheson

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Forbes
Producer: Nigel Acheson

: From the Proms

Pascal Roge (piano)
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra conductor Andrew Davis Faure Pavane
Ravel Piano Concerto in D (for the Left Hand)
Elena Firsova Augury
2.05 Interval Reading
2.10 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5 in D

Contributors

Piano: Pascal Roge
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Elena Firsova

: Mozart

Serenade in Bflat (K361) English Chamber
Orchestra Wind Ensemble

: Vespers for Easter

as it may have been celebrated in Venice in 1620 under the direction of Monteverdi, maestro at St Mark's Basilica. Each
Easter Sunday afternoon, the Doge with his attendants went in solemn procession to the convent of San Zaccaria in Venice.
There, Vespers of the feast was celebrated with music from the choir and instrumentalists of the ducal Basilica.
Francesco Usper Sonata a 8 (1619) G Gabrieli Kyrie a 12 Monteverdi DixitDominus
Cmifitebor tibr, Beatus vir
G B Grillo Canzona 17 (1608) Monteverdi Magnificat Usper Sinfonia II (1619) Alessandro Grandi
Decantabant populus
Morales Magnificat octavi toni
Grillo Canzon in echo (1608) G Gabrieli Regina caeli; In ecclesiis
Chant from the liturgical books of St Mark 's.
Emily van Evera (soprano) Joseph Cornwell (tenor) Jeremy White (bass) Taverner Consort, Choir and Players/
Andrew Parrott.

Contributors

Unknown: Francesco Usper
Unknown: G Gabrieli Kyrie
Unknown: Grillo Canzona
Unknown: Alessandro Grandi
Unknown: Morales Magnificat
Unknown: G Gabrieli Regina
Unknown: St Mark
Soprano: Emily van Evera
Tenor: Joseph Cornwell
Bass: Jeremy White
Unknown: Andrew Parrott.

: Listening to ... Schubert

As an introduction to
Andras Schiffs performance of the complete Schubert piano sonatas beginning next Saturday, Michael Hall looks at the sonatas in C minor (D958) and B flat (D960).
Producer Anthony Sellors

Contributors

Unknown: Andras Schiffs
Unknown: Michael Hall
Producer: Anthony Sellors

: Chilingirian Quartet

Mendelssohn Capriccio in E minor, Op 81 No 3
Dvorak String Quartet in G, Op

Contributors

Unknown: Mendelssohn Capriccio

: Sunday Play

Walker in the Night On the eve of his battle with the dragon, Beowulf is still haunted by the spirit of the monster Grendel
. David Calcutt's new play dramatically explores the Christian and pagan elements at the heart of the greatest of all Dark Age epics.
Musical accompaniment by Sue Harris
Director Nigel Bryant

Contributors

Director: Nigel Bryant
Beowulf: Stephen Tomlin
Grendel: Richard Avery
Wiglaf: David Holt
ScyldScefing: Martin Head
Grendel's Mother: Mary Wimbush
Hrothgar: Michael Lumsden
Wealtheow: Sandra Berkin
Aschere: Martin Reeve
Unferth: Richard O'Ryan
Woman at Lake: Tania Ison
Storyteller: Andy Hockley

: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

conductor Riccardo Chailly Haydn
Symphony No 45 in F sharp minor (Farewell)
Berio Requies - in memoriam Cathy Berberian Beethoven
Symphony No 4 in Bflat (Given in the Usher Hall during the 1992 Edinburgh International Festival in association with British Telecom pic)

Contributors

Conductor: Riccardo Chailly
Unknown: Berio Requies
Unknown: Cathy Berberian

: Jose Feghali

(piano)
Schumann Arabeske in C, Op 18 Kenneth Leighton Five Studies, Op 22
Debussy L 'isle joyeuse Ernesto Nazareth Odeon; Apanheitecavaquinho;
Escorregando; Brejeiro Liszt
Mephisto Waltz No 1

Contributors

Piano: Schumann Arabeske
Unknown: Kenneth Leighton

: Music in Our Time

James Wood introduces the second of two editions recorded at the recent
Festival of Microtonal
Music in London.
Percussive Rotterdam
Robert van Sice
(quartertone marimba) Xenakis
Metaux (Pleiades) Cage Quartet James Wood
Spirit festival with lamentations (first UK performance)

Contributors

Introduces: James Wood

: News









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