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: Open University

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Music, news and arts news with Chris de Souza , including at approximately
7.00 Elgar Wand of Youth: Suite No 1
Welsh National Opera Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
7.40 Purcell
My heart is inditing Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Leonhardt Consort , conductor Gustav
Leonhardt
8.00 Uszt Orpheus
Hungarian State Orchestra, conductor Janos Ferencsik
8.30 Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (Military) London Philharmonic, conductor Eugen Jochum Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Chris de Souza
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: Leonhardt Consort
Conductor: Janos Ferencsik
Conductor: Eugen Jochum

: Composer of the Week: Felix Mendelssohn

(1809-1847)
"What really gives me pleasure is making music with a few friends - just four like-minded musicians."
Michael Oliver presents the first of five programmes of Mendelssohn's chamber music.
Piano Quartet in B minor, Op 3
Werner Haas (piano)
Members of the Berlin
Philharmonic Octet
String Quartet in F minor, Op 80 Melos Quartet Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Oliver
Piano: Werner Haas

: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Paul Boyes (bassoon) Zblgnlew Penherskl Signals Mozart
Bassoon Concerto in B flat (K191) Sibelius
Symphony No 6 in D minor

Contributors

Conductor: Jerzy Maksymiuk
Bassoon: Paul Boyes

: Cheltenham Festival 1993

from the Pittville Pump Room. The last of three festival concerts by the Endellion Quartet:
Andrew Watkinson and Ralph de Souza (violins)
Garfield Jackson (viola) David Waterman (cello) Arriaga
String Quartet No 3 in E flat
Berkeley
String Quartet No 3, Op 76
11.45 A Bad Dog
David Neal reads a recently published short story by Prokofiev.
12.05 Tchaikovsky
String Quartet No 3 in E flat minor

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Watkinson
Violins: Ralph de Souza
Viola: Garfield Jackson
Cello: David Waterman
Unknown: David Neal

: News

: Suisse Romande Orchestra

conductor Gunther Herbig Brahms
Symphony No 1 in C minor

Contributors

Conductor: Gunther Herbig

: Third Opinion

The new Chinese season at the National Film Theatre, Red Rock at the ICA, and new art from China in Oxford.
Christopher Cook relishes an unprecedented Chinese cultural banquet.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook

: Susan Tomes

(piano)
Smetana
Le bonheur éteint; La consolation; En Boheme (Reves) Faur6
Nocturnes: No 1 in E flat minor, Op 33 No 1
No 3 in A flat, Op 33 No 3 No 8 in D flat, Op 84 No 8 Mayerl
Suite: The Four Aces

: Ulster Orchestra

conductor Nicholas
Braithwaite
Gillian Weir (organ) Mendelssohn
Overture in C (Trumpet Overture) Gullmant
Organ Symphony No 1 in D minor
Ferdlnando Paer
Organ Concerto in D Beethoven
Symphony No 8 in F

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Weir

: In Tune

Music, news, interviews and arts news, presented by Edward Greenfield. Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Presented By: Edward Greenfield.
Producer: Ray Abbott

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

conductor Andrew Mogrelia Dvorak
Overture: Othello
Colin Matthews
Night Music Rachmanlnov
Symphony No 2 in E minor
(Given last October in the Tabor Arts Centre, Braintree)

Contributors

Conductor: Andrew Mogrelia
Unknown: Colin Matthews

: Before Thomas Cook

I In four programmes this week, Ian Ousby explores the birth of tourism and travel writing in Britain through the eyes of observers who travelled in the country in the second half of the 18th century. 1: Pastor Carl Moritz
A foreigner's-eye view of England towards the end of the 18th century. Pastor Moritz, a confirmed anglophile, visited the country in 1782 and toured extensively. His descriptions of the Peak
District are among the most memorable in his book, which took the usual form of letters to a friend.
With Alex Arkell as Moritz.
Producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Ousby
Unknown: Carl Moritz
Unknown: Alex Arkell
Producer: Piers Burton-Page

: Return of the Condor

The Bolivian group
Rumillajta, recorded during their 1992 UK tour, perform traditional songs and dances with folk instruments they have made themselves: panpipes, Andean flutes, charangos, drums.
Rumillajta hail from La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, a country with the highest indigenous population of any in Latin America - 65 per cent native peoples.
Juan Jorge Laura (charango) Adrian Villanueva (Andean flute)
Nestor Tintaya
(panpipes/vocals)
Juan Carlos Cordero (guitar) Victor Hugo Bautista (panpipes)
Presented by Donald Macleod.
Producer Fiona Shelmerdine (Given last September in St
George's, Hanover Square, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Juan Jorge Laura
Unknown: Adrian Villanueva
Panpipes: Nestor Tintaya
Guitar: Juan Carlos Cordero
Panpipes: Victor Hugo Bautista
Presented By: Donald MacLeod.
Producer: Fiona Shelmerdine

: Mixing It

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell
present a selection of music mixing styles and influences, and an interview with the legendary bass-playing producer Bill Laswell.
Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

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

: Utrecht Early Music Festival

Ensemble
Tartlnl Sonata in D
Cello Concerto in A
Sonata in A
Boccherini
Cello Concerto in G

: News

: Night School

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