In the last of these programmes,
Jeremy Siepmann presents music inspired by Friedrich Hebbel , ETAHoffmann and the Catholic liturgy. Overture: Genoveva
Orchestra/Otto Klemperer Kreisleriana
Paul Berkowitz (piano) Hostias et preces tibi; Sanctus; Benedictus; Agnus Dei
(Requiem, Op 148)
Helen Donath and Marjana Lipovsek (sopranos)
Thomas Moser (tenor)
Jan-Hendrik Rootering (bass) Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony Orchestra/
Wolfgang Sawallisch. Discs
The new series opens with a new youth orchestra, the London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Their conductor is Leon Gee , who also introduces the concert in conversation.
The Chairman Dances Beethoven Piano
Concerto No 2 in B flat Lars Vogt (piano)
Walton Symphony No 1 Producer David Gallagher
Two programmes with Beate Fruh.
2: "Alsace, our little country" Folk-revival and folk-cabaret from Roger Siffer ,
Rene Egles and "La Mainvelle": the Peasants' Rebellion, the sound of the traditional zither, the "epinette des
Vosges", and songs (and a recipe) from Strasbourg.
LIVE from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra, conductor Adam Fischer
Stefan Vladar (piano) Rainer Honeck (violin)
Haydn Svanisce in un momento (Il ritorno di Tobia) The Storm
Concerto No 3 in C minor
8.30 The Difficulty of Arrival
Having dismissed the moral and utilitarian claims made for art in The Freezing Coachman, yesterday's
Prom interval talk, Raymond Tallis defines its true value.
Schubert Rondo in A (D438)
Haydn Symphony No 97 inC
Christopher Hope in conversation with contemporary writers in his native country.
5: Historical Perspectives Andre Brink ,
Patrick Cullinan and Stephen Gray talk about their most recent work based on South
African history, ranging from the classical myths surrounding the Cape of Good Hope, to a family observing the Second World War in Europe from their remote viewpoint in the Southern Hemisphere.
Spanish Civil War volunteer, French Resistance leader, Gaullist minister and encyclopaedic writer about art, Andre Malraux is still controversial 17 years after his death. Richard Mayne explores Mairaux's contradictions, with contributions from friends, family, admirers and critics: his widow Madeleine, and his adopted son Alain, his biographer Jean Lacouture , the late Raymond Aron , film historian Michel Ciment , Professor Marc Fumaroli , Professor Sir Ernst
Gombrich, writers Claude Sarraute , Jean-François Revel , Olivier Todd , and Louvre curator Pierre
Reader John Moffatt.
Father and Sons
Music from across the generations of the Stockhausen musical dynasty, presented by Sarah Walker. Trumpeter Markus Stockhausen is joined by brother Simon on synthesisers for a High Ride, and stretches out with saxophonist
Evan Parker in an extended jam. And a classic work by Karlheinz: Trans for orchestra, recorded at the rowdy 1971 concert premiere.
Producer Alan Hall
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