with Chris de Souza.
Including at approximately
7.05 Vaughan Williams Overture: The Wasps London Philharmonic, conductor Vernon Handley
7.35 Bach Orchestral Suite No4inD(BWV1069)
Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood
8.05 Bax Saga Fragment for piano and orchestra Margaret Fingerhut (piano) London Philharmonic, conductor Bryden Thompson
Symphony No 87 in A
Bournemouth Sinfonietta, conductor Ronald Thomas
Introduced by Robert Layton. Klokkeklang (Sound of Bells)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Per Drier
Lyric Pieces, Op 71 Nos 1, 3,6 and Emil Gilels (piano) Haugtussa (The
Mountain Maid), Op 67
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo) Bengt Forsberg (piano)
Homage March (Sigurd Jorsalfar ), Op 56 Royal Stockholm
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky Discs
Artist of the Week: Fritz
Haydn The First Day (The Creation)
Walter Berry (bass)
Berlin Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.15 Beethoven The
Creatures of Prometheus:
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Ballet: Les Ettmens
Musica Antiqua Koln , director Reinhard Goebel
10.57 Mozart Die
Zauberfldte (Act 2, sc 8) James King (tenor)
Martti Talvela (bass)
Fritz Wunderlich (tenor) Evelyn Lear (soprano) RIAS Chamber Choir
Orchestra, conductor Karl Bohm
11.10 Tippett Ritual
Dances (The Midsummer Marriage)
Rita Cullis (soprano) Mark Curtis (tenor)
Margaret Macdonald (mezzo) Matthew Best (bass)
Chorus of Opera North English Northern
Philharmonia, conductor The Composer
11.36 Wagner Immolation scene (Gotterdammerung) Birgit Nilsson (soprano) Gottlob Frick (bass) Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti. Discs
If play is Interrupted,
Radio 3 will revert to a music schedule.
England v Australia
Ball-by-ball commentary on the second day's play after lunch in the Second Cornhill
Test at Old Trafford by Brian Johnston , Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Neville Oliver. Scorer
(Morning coverage on Radio 5)
3.45-4.00 Minor Counties
Review with Ralph Dellor.
Adrian Thompson (tenor) London Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen , from the Snape Maltings Concert Hall.
Knussen Contrapunctus I (The Art of Fugue) (1993)
Alexander Goehr Piano Concerto (1972)
The Building of the House Chris Wines explores
Britten's career at The Old
Mill, a converted windmill in Snape which was the composer's Suffolk home between 1938 and 1947. 8.00
Takemrtsu Archipelago s. (Festival commission - first performance)
Britten Nocturne , Op 60 (Given in association with the Eastern Arts Board)
Flamenco's heartlands of Cordoba, Seville and Cadiz are linked by the great river Guadalquivir, which flows from Jaen's dry olive groves to the Atlantic town of San Lucar. The flamenco guitarist Marcos presents songs from its fertile valley, including cante by Camaron and Rafael Romero.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Michael George (baritone) Malcolm Martineau (piano) Schumann Vier
Husarenlieder, Op 117: Der Husar, trara!
Der leidige Frieden Den griinen Zeigern Du liegt der Feinde
Schubert Grenzen der
Menschheit (D716); Aus Heliopolis II (D754); Auf der Donau (D553); Selige Welt (D743); Der Sieg
(D805); Fahrt zum Hades (D526);DasAbendrot
(D627); Der Strom (D565) Brahms FunfLieder , Op 105: Wie Melodien zieht es mir; Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer; Klage;
Aufden Kirchhofe ; Verrath
(Given earlier today in the Concert Hall, New Broadcasting House)
From a studio session:
Fases, an improvising duo coloured by computer-controlled electronics, the American Wade Matthews
(flute and saxophones) and Spaniard Pedro Lopez (percussion); from the continent: two of Luciano
Berio's reworkings of Sequenzas. Chemins II and TV performed by the Ensemble Intercontemporain, conductor Pierre Boulez ; and from the vaults:
Mario Davidovsky Synchronism I and Eric Dolphy 's version of God Bless the Child.
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