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: Open University

Education: Witness to Change

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: The Phoenix and the Oracle

The second of four programmes celebrating the music of Byrd, Monteverdi and their contemporaries. Anon Nuttmigs and Ginger; Mother Watkins Ale
Philips Pavan
Byrd Pavan and Galliard in 6 parts; Lamentations Danyel Rosa
Byrd Christe Qui Lux Es EtDies
Anon Green Sleeves
Grimstock

Contributors

Unknown: Anon Nuttmigs
Unknown: Mother Watkins
Unknown: Philips Pavan
Unknown: Byrd Pavan
Unknown: Danyel Rosa

: Monteverdi

Vespers of St John the Baptist Soloists, Chorus Viennensis Netherlands Chamber Choir
Monteverdi Ensemble
Amsterdam/Leonhardt. Discs

Contributors

Unknown: St John

: News

: Patricia Routledge presents Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Reznicek Overture:
Donna Diana
Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra/Claudio Abbado
9.10 Handel Dixit
Dominus (excerpt)
Westminster Abbey Choir and Orchestra/Preston
9.17 Artist of the Week:
Barbara Bonney (soprano)
Mozart Sei du mein Trost; Dos Kinderspiel
Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
9.23 Composer of the Week preview:
Schumann Kinderszenen, Op 15 (excerpts)
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
9.33 Vaughan Williams Prelude: Rhosymedre Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
9.38 Milhaud
Le Carnaval d'Aix
Jack Gibbons (piano)
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
9.58 Bach, arr Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in C minor
London Philharmonic
Orchestra/Adrian Boult
10.07 Grieg Solveig's Song (Peer Gynt)
Barbara Bonney (soprano) Gothenberg Symphony Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi
10.13 Hoist: Suite: The
Planets (excerpts)
Geoffrey Mitchell Choir London Philharmonic
Orchestra/Adrian Boult
10.32 Schubert Moments
Musicaux (D780 Nos 3 and 4) Clifford Curzon (piano)
10.39 Dvorak
Violin Concerto in A minor
Josef Suk (violin)
Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra/Karel Ancerl
11.12 Haydn She Never Told Her Love
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) Graham Johnson (piano)
11.17 Grieg Holberg Suite Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
11.38 Mozart
The Marriage of Figaro (Act 2 Finale)
Glyndebourne Opera Chorus and Orchestra/Vittorio Gui Producer Adam Gatehouse

Contributors

Unknown: Donna Diana
Unknown: Vienna Philharmonic

: Vintage Years

John Steane recalls Richard Tauber 's career in opera and as a concert singer. Recordings include duets with two distinguished early colleagues - Lotte Lehmann and Elisabeth Rethberg.

Contributors

Unknown: John Steane
Unknown: Richard Tauber
Unknown: Lotte Lehmann
Unknown: Elisabeth Rethberg.

: News

: Poetry in Action

The third of five programmes. Tears of Tar and Air-Conditioned Executives
A look at the bustling world of business and industry, from D H Lawrence to the current pit closures, with Ewan McColl and the Er
Bamsley Seascapes. Readers Leo Aylen , Paul Copley , Jonathan Hyde ,
Lesley Manville and Lesley Sharp.

Contributors

Unknown: Ewan McColl
Readers: Leo Aylen
Readers: Paul Copley
Readers: Jonathan Hyde
Unknown: Lesley Manville
Unknown: Lesley Sharp.

: Edinburgh International Festival

Royal Scottish National Orchestra/Walter Weller Yvonne Kenny (soprano) Fiona Janes (mezzo)
Stefan Margita and John Mark Ainsley (tenors)
Andreas Schmidt (baritone) Edinburgh Festival Chorus Janacek Suite: The
Cunning Little Vixen; Cantata: Amarus
Schubert Mass in A flat (D678)

Contributors

Soprano: Weller Yvonne Kenny
Soprano: Fiona Janes
Unknown: Stefan Margita
Tenors: John Mark Ainsley
Baritone: Andreas Schmidt

: Shostakovich: the String Quartets

Borodin Quartet
The second of seven programmes.
String Quartets: No 10 in A flat, Op 118; No 11 in F minor, Op
3.52 Shostakovich's memoirs.
3.57 Piano Trio in E minor, Op 57
Peter Donohoe (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Peter Donohoe

: Melvyn Tan

(fortepiano)
Mozart Rondo in D (K485) Beethoven Sonata in C, Op 2 No 3

Contributors

Unknown: Mozart Rondo

: Edinburgh International Festival

Orquestra de Cambra
Theatre Lliure, conductor Josep Pons
Josep Benet (tenor) Gerhard Alegrias ;
Cancionero de Pedrell; 7 Haiku; Pandora

Contributors

Conductor: Josep Pons
Tenor: Josep Benet
Tenor: Gerhard Alegrias

: Hebrides Ensemble

Dohnanyi Sextet in C, Op 37

: BBC Proms

from the Royal Albert Hall ,
London.
Christiane Oelze (soprano) John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Gerald Finley (bass) Schiitz Choir London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington Haydn The Seasons (Parti)

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Soprano: Christiane Oelze
Tenor: John Mark Ainsley
Bass: Gerald Finley
Conductor: Roger Norrington

: Achieved Is the Glorious Work

In the early 1790s, Haydn made two visits to England. Stephen Dodgson considers the impact these visits had on Haydn's subsequent compositions.

: Sunday Play: Suffer the Little Children

by Simon Gray
A Sunday afternoon in hell: that's what family gatherings often seem like, but for Jasper's family, it's only too painfully true. Tears are shed as they reveal their pain, but there are also some brilliantly funny moments.
Tenor John Bowley
Director Jane Morgan

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Gray
Tenor: John Bowley
Director: Jane Morgan
Jasper: David Sinclair
Daisy (Nanty): Sian Phillips
Jenny: Caroline Mortimer
Margaret: Jennifer Hilary
Benedict: Steve Hodson
Henry: Clive Francis
Marianne: Angela Pleasence
Matthew: Ross Livingstone

: Edinburgh International Festival

Chamber Group of Scotland, conductor
James MacMillan
Graeme McNaught (piano) MacMillan
Study on Two Planes The Road to Ardtalla Three Dawn Rituals
Sonata for Piano
... As Others See Us....

Contributors

Conductor: James MacMillan
Piano: Graeme McNaught

: The Tryst

Sounds from a Gaelic past, arranged and performed by the Whistlebinkies, with a special guest appearance by James MacMillan. Discs

Contributors

Unknown: James MacMillan.

: News









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