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Modern Art: Salons and Academic Training

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: Sacred and Profane

Paul Guinery presents
Radio 3's Sunday morning sequence, which includes flute music by Hummel and Kalkbrenner and Peter
Hurford (organ) playing four Chorale Preludes by Bach.
7.02 Dellus
Violin Sonata No 2
Wanda Wilkomirska (violin) David Garvey (piano)
7.35 Schubert Mass in C
(D452)
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano) Jan de Gaetani (mezzo)
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) Malcolm King (bass)
London Sinfonietta and Chorus/David Atherton
8.30 Bax The Garden of Fand
Halle Orchestra, conductor
John Barbirolli
Producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery
Violin: Wanda Wilkomirska
Piano: David Garvey
Soprano: Phyllis Bryn-Julson
Tenor: Anthony Rolfe Johnson

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Purcell Chacony in G minor Cambridge Baroque Camerata
9.07 Johann Strauss (son) Spharen-Kldnge
VPO/Willi Boskovsky
9.16 Bach Violin
Concerto in E (BWV 1042)
Simon Standage (violin) English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
9.33 Artist of the Week: John Ogdon (piano)
Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
9.40 Composer of the Week: Ireland Suite: The
Overlanders
LSO/Richard Hickox
10.02 Brucb KolNidrei
Mischa Maisky (cello)
Paris Orchestra, conductor Semyon Bychkov
10.13 Grainger
Country Gardens; The
Merry King; Molly on the Shore
Martin Jones (piano)
10.24 Mozart
Symphony No 38 in D (Prague)
London Mozart Players, conductor Jane Glover
10.53 Howells In youth is pleasure; Before me, careless lying
Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer
11.02 Susato
The Dansereye
New London Consort, conductor Philip Pickett
11.08 David Diamond
Rounds
Los Angeles CO, conductor Gerard Schwarz
11.22 Moszkowskl
Valse in E minor
John Ogdon (piano)
11.30 Falla
The Three- Cornered Hat
Jill Gomez (soprano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Yan Pascal
Tortelier
Producer Edward Blakeman
Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Johann Strauss
Violin: Simon Standage
Piano: John Ogdon

: Music Matters

: News

: From the BBC Proms 1993

Gustav Mahler Youth
Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone) Musorgsky, arr
Shostakovich Songs and Dances of Death
Bruckner Symphony No 5 in B flat.

Contributors

Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky

: Cheltenham Festival 1993

Schubert Ensemble of London:
Mayumi Seiler (violin)
Douglas Paterson (viola) Jane Salmon (cello)
William Howard (piano) Beethoven
String Trio in C minor,
Op 9 No 3; Allegretto in B flat (WoO39)
David Matthews
String Trio Beethoven
Allegretto in E flat; Piano Trio in E flat, Op 1 No 1

Contributors

Violin: Mayumi Seiler
Viola: Douglas Paterson
Piano: William Howard
Unknown: David Matthews

: The BBC Orchestras

BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Hans Graf
Dong-Suk Kang (violin) Helen Field (soprano)
Donald Maxwell (baritone) BBC Welsh Chorus
Mendelssohn
Violin Concerto in E minor
Brahms
Ein Deutsches Requiem

Contributors

Conductor: Hans Graf
Violin: Dong-Suk Kang
Soprano: Helen Field
Baritone: Donald Maxwell

: Making Waves

Humphrey Carpenter presents an arts diary and the best of the week's
Night Waves.
Producer Neil Trevithick

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Carpenter
Producer: Neil Trevithick

: Ronald Brautigam

(piano) Mozart Rondo in A minor (K511)
Beethoven Variations and Fugue in E flat, Op
35 (Eroica)
Schubert Fantasy in C (D760) (Wanderer)

: Sunday Play: Soliman

by Ludwig Fels.
Vienna , 1796. The court painter has a commission from the Emperor to paint Angelo Soliman and - dead or alive - to capture his very essence. The fact that Angelo is black and that he has married a beautiful widow fuels the animosity of the court.
Although set in the 18th century, this startling play attacks the current issue of racism in Europe.
With James Telfer , Philip Anthony. Alastair Bird. Rebecca Weeks,
Anatole Pang and George Bradley. Music by Mia Soteriou
Translated and adapted for radio by Anthony Vivis
Director Jeremy Mortimer

Contributors

Unknown: Ludwig Fels.
Unknown: Angelo Soliman
Unknown: James Telfer
Unknown: Philip Anthony.
Unknown: Alastair Bird.
Unknown: Anatole Pang
Unknown: George Bradley.
Music By: Mia Soteriou
Unknown: Anthony Vivis
Director: Jeremy Mortimer
Angelo Soliman: Thomas Baptiste
Court painter: Hugh Ross
Emperor: Michael Gough
Magdalena: Rachel Atkins
Count Von Lakomy: John Shrapnel
Baron Schippani: Colin MacFarlane
Leo: Burt Caesar
Coachman: Trevor Allan Davies
Singer: Trevor Allan Davies

: Music in Our Time

Gwyn L Williams presents music from the Fourth
Festival of Contemporary Music held last July in Santiago, Chile.
Jose Carios Campos Abismos Francesca Ancarola
Eolico Marta Lambertlnl
Tankas Cirllo Vila In Memoriam
Gabriel Matthey Parrianas Andres Alcaide
Aria Eduardo Carceros
Epigrammes
Ensemble Bartok, director Valene Georges
Producer Gwyn L Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Jose Carios Campos
Unknown: Francesca Ancarola
Unknown: Marta Lambertlnl
Unknown: Cirllo Vila
Unknown: Gabriel Matthey
Unknown: Andres Alcaide
Unknown: Eduardo Carceros
Producer: Gwyn L Williams

: Choir Works

Haydn Die Schdpfung Nancy Argenta (soprano) John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Gwynne Howell (bass) BBC Welsh Chorus and National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox.
Haydn's great choral favourite was inspired by Handel and influenced a whole host of 19th-century composers. Brian Wright introduces a recording, made in St David 's Hall,
Cardiff, earlier this month, and talks to Richard Hickox and John Hugh Thomas about the relationship between conductor and chorus master.
Producers Michael George and Tim Thome

Contributors

Tenor: John Mark Ainsley
Bass: Gwynne Howell
Conductor: Richard Hickox.
Introduces: Brian Wright
Unknown: St David
Unknown: Richard Hickox
Unknown: John Hugh Thomas
Producers: Michael George
Producers: Tim Thome

: News









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