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: Open University

Semiotics and Visual Art

: Weather

: On Air

with Andrew McGregor.
Including at approximately:
7.05 Beethoven
Overture: Coriolan
7.30
Boccherini Quintettino , Op 27 No 4
8.05 Haydn Symphony No 70 in D
8.30 Rachmaninov
Variations on a theme of Chopin. Discs
Producer Hugh Warwick

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew McGregor.
Unknown: Boccherini Quintettino
Producer: Hugh Warwick

: Composer of the Week

Franz Liszt (1811-1886) Chris de Souza introduces some of the composer's musical impressions of the countries he visited during his nomadic life.
1: 1: Elopement to Switzerland.
Années de Pèlerinage: Bk I (Suisse)
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Discs
Producer Kate Bolton

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Liszt
Introduces: Chris de Souza
Piano: Daniel Barenboim
Producer: Kate Bolton

: 1968 SEASON Hits of the 60s

Lying in the grass on a Colonie de Vacances
' holiday in the Ardeche, a teenage Michael Rosen ' was captivated by the world of the chansonnier
Leo Ferre and his lyrical evocation of Paris, Paname.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Rosen
Unknown: Leo Ferre

: 1968 SEASON Prague 68

Recordings made 25 years ago by artists who emigrated to the West after Soviet tanks entered the Czech capital in August 1968.
Antonin Vranicky
Three Hunting Marches Collegium Musicum Pragense/Jiri Starek
10.15 Chausson
La fleur des eaux (Poeme de I'amour et de la mer) Nedda Casei (soprano) Prague SO/
Martin Tumovsky
10.27 Stravinsky Ragtime for 1 instruments
Karel Krautgartner
Orchestra/Krautgartner
10.32 Marek Kopelent String Quartet No 4 Novak Quartet
10.41 Martinu Promenades Zdenek Bruderhans (flute) Milan Vitek (violin)
Josef Hala (harpsichord)
10.50 Brahms Funeral Hymn
Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra/Zdenek Macal
11.00 Hartmann Concerto funèbre
Andre Gertler (violin)
Czech PO/Karel Ancerl
11.23 Ladislav Vycpalek He Came to Save (Czech Requiem)
Mariana Rehakova (soprano) Marie Mrazova (contralto) Teodor Srubar (baritone)
Czech Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra/Karel Ancerl

Contributors

Unknown: Antonin Vranicky
Unknown: Martin Tumovsky
Unknown: Stravinsky Ragtime
Unknown: Karel Krautgartner
Unknown: Marek Kopelent
Unknown: Martinu Promenades
Flute: Zdenek Bruderhans
Harpsichord: Josef Hala
Violin: Andre Gertler
Unknown: Karel Ancerl
Unknown: Ladislav Vycpalek
Soprano: Mariana Rehakova
Contralto: Marie Mrazova
Baritone: Teodor Srubar
Unknown: Karel Ancerl

: Vintage Years

Czecho-Slovak
Festival,
In the spring of 1919, the new Czecho-Slovak government arranged a music festival in London in gratitude to Great Britain for her help in winning "deliverance from the Habsburg yoke".
Robert Philip plays records of pre-war visitors from
Czechoslovakia, including some of those who took part in that festival. Producer Patrick Lambert

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Philip
Producer: Patrick Lambert

: News

: BBC Lunchtime Concert

Krzysztof Smietana (violin)
John Blakely (piano) live from St John 's, Smith Square, London. Stravinsky
Suite italienne
Schumann Sonata in D minor, Op

Contributors

Violin: Krzysztof Smietana
Piano: John Blakely
Unknown: St John

: Third Opinion

: BBC Scottish SO

conductor
Owain Arwel Hughes Nicholas Daniel (oboe)
Rachmaninov The Rock
Mozart Oboe Concerto in C (K314)
Rimsky-Korsakov Shéhérazade

Contributors

Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes
Oboe: Nicholas Daniel

: Early English Organ Music

In the first of two programmes,
Keith Elcombe plays offertories on the organ of St Paul's Church, Armitage Bridge. Anon Felix namque
Redford Felix namque; Precatus est Moyses
Coxsun Veritas mea
Preston Felix namque Farrant Felix namque Tallis Felix namque

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Elcombe
Unknown: Anon Felix
Unknown: Redford Felix
Unknown: Preston Felix
Unknown: Farrant Felix
Unknown: Tallis Felix

: In Tune

Music, news and arts events with Edward Greenfield , whose guest is
Paul McCreesh , director of the Gabrieli Consort and Players. Producer Peter Thresh

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Greenfield
Unknown: Paul McCreesh
Producer: Peter Thresh

: BBC Philharmonic

conductor Adrian Leaper Timothy Hugh (cello) John Veale
Demos Variations
David Gow Cello Concerto
Malcolm Lipkin
Symphony No 3 (Sun) (All works first performances)
(Given last January in the Royal Northern College of Music)

Contributors

Conductor: Adrian Leaper
Cello: Timothy Hugh
Cello: John Veale
Cello: David Gow
Unknown: Malcolm Lipkin

: 1968 SEASON Cowboys 2

The first of four short plays from the 60s which can be heard this week.
Cowboys 2 is a rewriting of an earlier play by the American playwright Sam Shepard. Two young men nourish their imaginations on cowboy mythology, but will their make-believe survive against the real world?
Director Tracey Neale
(Terence McNally 's 'Botticelli' tomorrow 9.05pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Sam Shepard.
Director: Tracey Neale
Unknown: Terence McNally
Chet: Jack Klaff
Stu: Stuart Milligan
Man No 1: David Holt
Man No 2: David Thorpe

: Violin and Piano

played by Elissa Koljonen and Robert Koenig.
Mozart Sonata in Bflat (K454)
Prokofiev Sonata No 2 in D, Op 94a Ysaye Sonata No 2 for solo violin, Op 27
Dvorak Romance in F minor, Op 11
(In association with McKinsey and Co Inc)

Contributors

Played By: Elissa Koljonen
Played By: Robert Koenig.

: Mixing It

with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

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

: Utrecht 92

Andrew Manze introduces the last of four concerts from last year's Holland Festival of Early Music. Cantus Colln director Konrad Junghanel Rosenmuller Beatus vir, De profundis; Magnificat, Gloria

Contributors

Introduces: Andrew Manze
Director: Konrad Junghanel
Director: Rosenmuller Beatus

: News

: Night School

Except in Scotland.
. As broadcast 9.00-10.25am on R5

: Night School Extra

Spanish 16-18: Ademas/Voces de Espana (1 & 2)








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