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Music, the latest news, weather and arts reports presented by Catriona Young , including at approximately
7.00 Purcell
Overture: Ode on St
Cecilia's Day
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor
Charles Mackerras
7.45 Franck
Symphonic Variations Andre Watts (piano) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Erich Leinsdorf
8.00 Mozart
Serenade No 6 in D
(K239) (Serenata Notturna)
Soloists of Australia, director Ronald Thomas
8.30 Falla ElAmorBrujo Nati Mistral (mezzo) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Eduardo Mata
Discs

Contributors

Presented By: Catriona Young
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Piano: Andre Watts
Conductor: Erich Leinsdorf
Director: Ronald Thomas
Unknown: Nati Mistral
Conductor: Eduardo Mata

: Composer of the Week: Robert Schumann

(1810-1856)
Jeremy Siepmann presents works inspired by Schumann's literary enthusiasms. The writers behind today's music are
Jean Paul and Thomas Moore.
Papillons, Op 2
Murray Perahia (piano)
Die Peri sah das Mal der
Wunde
Edith Wiens (soprano) Robert Gambill (tenor)
Suisse Romande Chamber
Choir
Lausanne Pro Arte Choir
Suisse Romande
Orchestra, conductor
Armin Jordan
Davidsbundlertanze, Op6
Murray Perahia (piano) Producer Peter Tanner
Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Siepmann
Unknown: Jean Paul
Unknown: Thomas Moore.
Soprano: Edith Wiens
Tenor: Robert Gambill
Conductor: Armin Jordan
Piano: Murray Perahia
Producer: Peter Tanner

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

conductor Andrew Davis
Stravinsky Symphony in Three Movements
Rachmaninov
Symphonic Dances

Contributors

Conductor: Andrew Davis
Conductor: Stravinsky Symphony

: Edinburgh International Festival

I from the Queen's I Hall, Edinburgh. Gaudier Ensemble
Susan Tomes (piano) Janacek
Mladi
Concertino
11.40 Festival Report Robert Dawson-Scott reports on the events and people causing a stir at this year's Edinburgh Festival and Fringe.
12.00 Schubert
Octet in F (D803)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dawson-Scott

: News

: John UN

(piano)
From last year's Bath International Festival. Bach, transcr
Busoni Chaconne in D minor Beethoven
Piano Sonata No 23 in F minor, Op 57
(Appassionata) Chopin
Nocturnes: in E minor, Op 72 No 1; in C minor, Op 48 No
Ballade No 4 in F minor, Op52
Rachmaninov
Etude Tableaux, Op 39 Nos 1-5

Contributors

Unknown: Busoni Chaconne

: The Moor's Revenge

Henry Purcell's incidental music to Aphra Behn 's tragedy Abdelazer (or The
Moor's Revenge), revived in London in 1695. Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Aphra Behn
Director: Christopher Hogwood

: BBC Proms

from the Royal I Albert Hall ,
London.
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Raymond Leppard
David Owen Norris (piano) Joan Rodgers (soprano) Britten
The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
Dohnanyl
Variations on a Nursery Song
Part One SIMULTANEOUS
BROADCAST with BBC1 television
3.55 Concerto Grossman
Written by Frederic Raphael.
A strange tale of music and mime, specially commissioned with the BBC Music Magazine ... Read by John Rowe.
4.15 Ravel
Shéhérazade
Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 2 in C minor (Little Russian)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Conductor: Raymond Leppard
Piano: David Owen Norris
Soprano: Joan Rodgers
Written By: Frederic Raphael.
Read By: John Rowe.

: In Tune

Music, news and arts events with Andrew Green. Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Green.
Producer: Ray Abbott

: BBC Proms

from the Royal Albert Hall ,
London.
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
Schubert
Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished)
8.25 Kurt Masur talks to
Stephen Johnson.
8.45 Bruckner
Symphony No 4 in E flat (Romantic)

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Conductor: Kurt Masur
Talks: Kurt Masur
Unknown: Stephen Johnson.

: SOUTH AFRICA South African Snapshots

Christopher Hope introduces a series of conversations with contemporary writers in his native country.
1: Ellen Kuzwayo and Spho Sepamla
"If ever there was a time for me to write ... it is now".
In her small house in Soweto, Ellen Kuzwayo talks about her childhood on a farm in the Orange Free State; her autobiography, Call Me Woman, which brought international acclaim; and her current research into the idioms of the black community.
Sipho Sepamla reads from his new novel
Rainbow Jenny , the story of a young girl who leaves the homelands to find fame and fortune in Soweto.

Contributors

Introduces: Christopher Hope
Unknown: Ellen Kuzwayo
Unknown: Spho Sepamla
Talks: Ellen Kuzwayo
Unknown: Sipho Sepamla
Unknown: Rainbow Jenny

: Bach

Partita No 6 in E minor
(BWV830)
Vanessa Latarche (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Vanessa Latarche

: Book, Music and Lyrics

In the last of six programmes, Robert Cushman presents a personal view of musicals, with songs from original cast recordings, some of which are familiar, some less well-known.
6: Dancing Ladies A BML production

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Cushman

: Music Restored

Second of two programmes. Corelli's English Followers Robert Valentine went to live in Rome when Corelli's music was the height of fashion. London Baroque perform a selection of his trio sonatas; these are set in the context of concertos by Corelll himself.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Valentine

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