with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Mozart Rondo in A
7.15 Milhaud Suite
7.35 Wassenaer Concerto
No 3 in A
8.05 Sibelius Andante
8.25 Bartok Three
Dances (44 Duos)
8.40 Tchaikovsky Suite: The Nutcracker. Discs
Presented by John Milsom. Byrd Sing Joyfully; 0
Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth
Tallis Hear the Voice and Prayer
Tallis Scholars, conductor Peter Phillips Lesson
Andrew Davis (organ) Byrd Venite (Short Service)
Worcester Cathedral Choir, conductor Donald Hunt
Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord)
Kyrie; Gloria (Mass for Three Voices)
William Byrd Choir , conductor Gavin Turner
Sanctus (Mass for Five Voices)
Ave Verum Corpus Quink
Solve Jubente Deo
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
Agnus Dei (Mass for Four Voices)
Tallis Scholars, conductor Peter Phillips. Discs
From Cardiff with Nicola
Heywood Thomas. Music of the Hours Including at
10.00 Ponchielli Dance of the Hours (La Gioconda)
11.00 Artist of the Week: Bryn Terfel (baritone) Monteverdi Vespers (excerpts)
London Oratory Junior
Choir, Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot
11.50 Schubert Standchen
Malcolm Martineau (piano)
From St George 's, Brandon Hill , presented by Tony Staveacre.
Evzen Rattay (cello) Josef Hala (piano)
Martinu Cello Sonata No 2
Suk Balada and Serenada, Op 3
Martinu Variations on a Slovak Theme
A Harbour in Sydney
The third of four programmes, with Andrew Green.
In 1941, Goossens become Musical Director of the Sydney Symphony and Director of the Conservatoire. Butterworth A Shropshire Lad
Goossens Divertimento; Symphony No 1
John Anthill Procession of the Tokens and Fire
Sydney Symphony Orchestra Goossens Oboe Concerto, 0p45
Leon Goossens (oboe) Philharmonia/Susskind
Britten Les illuminations
Peter Pears (tenor)
New Symphony Orchestra Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
Ruth Davis presents the second of two programmes of tradtional music from
Iraq, including the qasidimprovised story-songs of the desert Bedouin tribes; abudiyya - songs of the Marsh Arabs in the south; choobi - songs of the semi-nomadic communities who live along the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates; dances from the kawliyya gypsy musicians; and Kurdish and Turkman songs from the mountainous north.
Producer John Thomley
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Wolf Heimweh ; Auf eine Christblume II; Lied vom Winde; Um Mitternacht; Wo find ich Trost?; Der Feuerreiter; Gesang
Weylas; In der Fruhe; An die Geliebte; Der Knabe und das Immlein;
Nimmersatte Liebe; Bei einer Trauung; Lied eines Verliebten; Der Jager (Mdrike Lieder)
Although knighted for his services to literature,
Herbert Read (1893-1968) is best known throughout the world as a missionary for modern art and a writer of key books on art and industry, art and society, and art in education. Friend of many artists, he had a particularly close relationship with sculptor and fellow-Yorkshireman
Henry Moore. Professor Norbert Lynton assesses Read as poet, literary critic and art theorist, with contributions from Read's children - John, Tom,
Sophie, Piers Paul and Benedict, and from Sir
Stephen Spender , Sir Alan Bowness , painter Patrick Heron , art educationalist
Professor Tom Hudson , art historian Dr David
Thistlewood and Leone Cohn. Producer Judith Bumpus
Recorded at the ICA's recent season of US politicised art, ITSOFOMO is an apocalyptic multi-media event about the politics of Aids by artist and writer David Wojnarowicz and trumpeter and Totalist composer Ben Neill.
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