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Music, news, weather and arts news presented this
, week by Andrew Lyle ,
I including at approximately:
7.00 Suppe Overture: Poet and Peasant
John Kennedy (cello)
RPO/Thomas Beecham f 7.30 Bruch Violin
Concerto 0 in G minor
Nigel Kennedy (violin) ECO/Jeffrey Tate
8.00 Vivaldi Concerto in Cfor two trumpets (RV537)
Mark Bennett and Michael I Harrison (trumpets) 1 English Concert/ Trevor Pinnock
18.35 Brahms Rhapsody in Eflat, Op 119 No 4 Lars Vogt (piano)
Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Lyle
Cello: John Kennedy

: Composer of the Week

Johann Nepomuk t Hummel ; (1778-1837)
» Maurice Lindsay introduces music by a composer and pianist contemporary of ; Beethoven who studied as ! a child prodigy with Mozart and later with I Salieri and Haydn.
String Quartet in C, Op 30 No 1
I Delme Quartet
Piano Concerto in A minor Stephen Hough (piano)
ECO/Bryden Thomson Discs
Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: Johann Nepomuk
Introduces: Maurice Lindsay
Piano: Stephen Hough
Producer: Ray Abbott

: Morning Sequence

Walton Crown Imperial CBSO/Louis Fremaux
10.10 Walton
Set me as a seal
Choir of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford/ Simon Preston
10.14
Toumemire Victimae paschali
Simon Preston (organ)
10.23 Poulenc Trio
Pascal Roge (piano)
Maurice Bourgue (oboe)
Amaury Wallez (bassoon)
10.36 Durufle
Toccata (Suite, Op 5) Simon Preston (organ)
10.45 Stravinsky
Symphony of Psalms
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/ John Pritchard
11.05 Rameau
Concert No 5 in D minor Les Dominos
11.16 Clarke Trumpet Tune
Haken Hardenberger (trumpet)
Simon Preston (organ)
11.18 Purcell
0 Sing unto the Lord Choir of Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford English Consort/ Simon Preston
11.31 Preston Alkluyas
Christopher Herrick (organ)
11.36 Poulenc
Organ Concerto
Simon Preston (organ) LSO/Andre Previn

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Preston
Unknown: Toumemire Victimae
Unknown: Simon Preston
Piano: Pascal Roge
Oboe: Maurice Bourgue
Bassoon: Amaury Wallez
Unknown: Simon Preston
Unknown: John Pritchard
Unknown: Haken Hardenberger
Unknown: Simon Preston
Unknown: Simon Preston
Unknown: Preston Alkluyas
Unknown: Christopher Herrick
Unknown: Simon Preston

: Vintage Years

London,1933
The second of two programmes in which
Robert Philip samples the London concert scene 60 years ago. This programme includes a comparison between the three main London orchestras and visits by Horowitz, Szigeti and George Szell.
Producer Patrick Lambert

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Philip
Unknown: George Szell.
Producer: Patrick Lambert

: News

: BBC Lunchtime Concert

Lindsay Quartet:
Peter Cropper and Ronald Birks (violins)
Robin Ireland (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello) live from St John 's, Smith Square, London.
Haydn String Quartet in F minor, Op 55 No 2 (Razor) Mendelssohn String
Quartet in A minor, Op 13

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cropper
Violins: Ronald Birks
Viola: Robin Ireland
Cello: Bernard Gregor-Smith
Unknown: St John

: Third Opinion

: BBC Philharmonic

conductor Heinz Wallberg Lars Vogt (piano) Grieg
Piano Concerto in A minor Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C minor

Contributors

Conductor: Heinz Wallberg
Piano: Lars Vogt

: Messiaen

In the second of two programmes marking the anniversary of the composer's death in April last year, Gillian Weir introduces mono recordings from 1956 of Messiaen playing his Livre d'Orgue of 1951 at the Church of Sainte-Trinite, Paris. Discs

Contributors

Introduces: Gillian Weir

: In Tune

Music, news and arts events with Jeremy Nicholas , whose guest is violinist
Frank Peter Zimmermann. Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Nicholas
Violinist: Frank Peter Zimmermann.
Producer: Ray Abbott

: II Prigioniero

A Prologue and an Act with libretto and music by Luigi Dallapiccola based on La torture par l'espérance by Villiers de l'Isle-Adam and La légende d'Ulenspiegel by Charles de Coster . Sung in Italian.
BRINDLEY SHERRATT (bass) BBC Singers; BBC SO conductor David Atherton (Dallapiccola's 'Ulisse' on Wednesday at 7.30pm)

Contributors

Music By: Luigi Dallapiccola
Unknown: Charles de Coster
Bass: Brindley Sherratt
Conductor: David Atherton
The Mother: Lucy Shelton (sop)
The Prisoner: Dale Duesing (bar)
The Gaoler/Grand Inquisitor: William Cochran (tenor)
Two Priests: Douglas Leigh (tenor),

: Porter's Return

I Last year,
Observer music critic Andrew Porter returned to Britain after 20 years with The New
Yorker. In the first of five programmmes this week, he compares orchestral life on both sides of the Atlantic.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Porter

: Kathryn Stott

(piano)
Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op 81a (Les Adieux)
Bridge Sea Idyll; Capriccio No 1 in A minor
Franck Prelude, Chorale and Fugue
Scriabin Etudes: in C sharp minor, Op 2 No 1; in D sharp minor, Op 8 No 12

: Tafelmusik

director Jeanne Lamon (violin)
Handel Concerto Grosso in A minor, Op 6 No 4 Biber Battalia
Telemann Ouverture in G (Burlesque de Quixotte) Vivaldi Concerto in B minor for four violins (RV580) Boccherini Symphony in C minor (G519)

Contributors

Violin: Jeanne Lamon

: Mixing It

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell take a trip to the Radiophonic Workshop. Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sandall
Unknown: Mark Russell
Producer: Sarah Devonald

: Utrecht 92

Andrew Manze introduces the first
01 tour concerts recorded at last year's Holland Festival of Early Music.
La Follia Salzburg
Schmelzer Balletto a 4 in G (Fechtschule)
Muff at Fasciculus III
Schmelzer Lamento sopra la morte Ferdinandi III
Pachelbel Partia in E minor Mayr Partia in F
Biber Pars VI in G minor

Contributors

Introduces: Andrew Manze
Unknown: Mayr Partia

: News

: Night School

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