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: Open University

Ernst Gombrich on Art History

Contributors

Unknown: Ernst Gombrich

: Weather

: Record Review

Paul Guinery introduces two hours of new releases. Ginastera
Dances (Estancia)
New World Symphony/ Michael Tilson Thomas
7.14 Franck Grande pièce symphonique, Op 17 Kare Nordstoga (organ)
7.43 Haydn The Seven
Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross (excerpt)
Berlin PO/Riccardo Muti
7.59 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor
Oslo PO/MarissJansons
8.37 D'Indy Trio en forme de suite No 2 Jacques Prat (violin)
Emmanuel Gaugue (cello) Kun Woo Paik (piano)

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Guinery
Unknown: Michael Tilson Thomas
Unknown: Franck Grande
Unknown: Kare Nordstoga
Cello: Emmanuel Gaugue
Piano: Kun Woo Paik

: News

9.05 Record Review continues with Richard Osbome.
Building a Library:
Shostakovich's Symphony No 4 by David Fanning. David Nice reviews new discs of music for chorus and orchestra by Elgar,
Debussy, Nielsen, Bartok, Weill and Prokofiev.
10.35 Record Release
Nielsen Aladdin (Act 3) Danish National Radio Chamber Choir and Orchestra/
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
11.05 Debussy
Le martyre de St Sebastien (excerpts)
Leslie Caron (narrator)
Sylvia McNair (soprano)
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/
Michael Tilson Thomas
11.25 EMI has reissued Solomon's famous recordings of Beethoven's last sonatas as well as Rubinstein's pre-war
Chopin. These and other treasures are among
Jeremy Siepmann 's piano reissues.
12.30
Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op Solomon (1951, Mono). Discs Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury f9.05-10.35am repeated Wednesday 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Osbome.
Unknown: David Fanning.
Narrator: Leslie Caron
Soprano: Sylvia McNair
Unknown: Michael Tilson Thomas
Unknown: Jeremy Siepmann
Unknown: Beethoven Sonata
Producers: Nick Morgan
Producers: Clive Portbury

: News

: Schubert's Piano Sonatas

The second of of six recitals by Andras Schiff. Sonata in C (D279)
Sonata in A minor (D784)
1.50 Interval reading
1.55 Sonata in D (D850)

Contributors

Unknown: Andras Schiff.

: Leonard Bernstein

The second of ten programmes exploring Bernstein's legacy as composer, conductor and pianist.
2: Bernstein and Beethoven Beethoven String
Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131 (version for string orchestra) Vienna PO
Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)
June Anderson (soprano) Sarah Walker (mezzo) Klaus Konig (tenor)
Jan-Hendrik Rootering (bass)
Bavarian Radio Chorus
Members of Berlin Radio Chorus
Dresden Philharmonic Children's Chorus Members of the Bavarian RSO
Dresden Staatskapelle
Kirov Theatre Orchestra LSO
New York Philharmonic and the Paris Orchestra Producer Chrisopher Marshall. Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Beethoven Beethoven
Soprano: Sarah Walker
Tenor: Klaus Konig
Producer: Chrisopher Marshall.

: Jazz Record Requests

with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith.
Producer: Ray Abbott

: Third Opinion

A week in the arts with Christopher Cook. In this week's programme, the critics focus on new writing for the theatre, including Martin Crimp's The Treatment at the Royal Court and Love Song for Ulster by Bill Morrison at the Tricycle Theatre in London.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook.
Unknown: Bill Morrison

: The Arensky Suites

The first of two recitals by Stephen Coombs and Ian Munro (pianos) Arensky
Suite No 1, Op 15
Gliere Six Pieces, Op 41: Nos 1-3
Arensky Suite No 2, Op 23 (Silhouettes)

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Coombs
Pianos: Ian Munro

: The Queen of Spades

Live from the London Coliseum in David Pountney 's production, Tchaikovsky's opera based on Pushkin's novella about gambling, fate and passion Presented by Gordon Stewart.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra conductor Sian Edwards Act
8.20 Changing Views of Pushkin
Professor Anthony Briggs talks to Julian Hale about Pushkin's reputation from his time to ours.
8.35 Act 2
9.30 David Pountney discusses tonight's production with David Nice.
9.45 Act 3
(In association with the Friends of English National Opera. A co-production with Netherlands Opera)

Contributors

Unknown: David Pountney
Presented By: Gordon Stewart.
Conductor: Sian Edwards
Talks: Professor Anthony Briggs
Unknown: Julian Hale
Unknown: David Pountney
Hermann: Graeme Matheson-Bruce (tenor)
Lisa: Janice Cairns (soprano)
The Countess: Patricia Payne (mezzo)
Prince Yeletsky: Anthony Michaels-Moore (bar)
Count Tomsky/Plutus: Peter Sidhom (baritone)
Pauline/Daphnis: Ethna Robinson (mezzo)
Chloe: Sally Harrison (soprano)
Chekalinsky: Terry Jenkins (tenor)
Surin: Andrew Greenan (bass)
Governess: Shelagh Squires (mezzo)
Master of Ceremonies/ Chaplitsky: Edward Byles (tenor)
Narumov: Ashley Thorburn (bass)

: Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition

A recording of the American drummer in concert at Symphony Hall, Birmingham during his Contemporary Music
Network tour, with Benny Maupin (saxophones/bass clarinet), Gary Thomas
(tenor sax/flute), Michael Cain (keyboards) and Lonnie Plaxico (bass).
Introduced by Ian Carr , who talks to Dejohnette during the interval. DeJohnette Earthwork
Silver hollow
Where or when
Blue; Two guitar chat Miles

Contributors

Unknown: Benny Maupin
Clarinet: Gary Thomas
Flute: Michael Cain
Bass: Lonnie Plaxico
Introduced By: Ian Carr

: News









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