with Catriona Young.
Oboe Quintet in D minor, Op 55 No
Strauss Waldseligkeit , Op 49 No 1
Tchaikovsky Andante and Finale, Op 79
8.05 J C Bach
Quartet in B flat, Op 8 No 6
Ancient Airs and Dances
(Suite No 2)
8.50 Holst A Fugal Concerto. Discs
Presented by John Thornley. Sonata in A (D574)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) Riccardo Castagnone (piano)
Introduction and Variations on "Trock'ne
Blumen" (D802) Susan Milan (flute) Ian Brown (piano)
Polonaise in E (D599 No 3) Duo
Crommelynck Der Hirt auf dem Felsen
Margaret Price (soprano) Hans Schoneberger (clarinet)
Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)
Presented by Piers Burton -Page.
Haydn Piano Trio in E flat (H XV 30) Vera Beths (violin)
Anner Bylsma (cello) Robert Levin (piano)
10.20 Trad Acera del rio Paco Pena (guitar)
10.25 Frank Martin
Fantasy on Flamenco Rhythms
Christiane Mathe (piano)
10.35 Artists of the Week: Bournemouth SO
Overture: Candide conductor Andrew Litton
10.40 Robin Holloway Second Idyll, Op 54
Bournemouth Sinfonietta/ Nicholas Cleobury
Gypsy Melodies, Op 55 Mary King (mezzo) Andrew Ball (piano)
11.15 Chopin Scherzo
No 2 in B flat minor, Op 31 Dang Thai Son (piano)
11.30 Trad Flor de la Jara Paco Pena (guitar)
Baker Edward Greenfield introduces recordings from the early career of this
English mezzo, drawing on a 1966 interview and four broadcast recitals from
Songs by Scarlatti, Caldara, Dowland and Brahms.
Ernest Lush (piano)
Beethoven Elegy , Op 118 Soloists
Martin String Quartet Schumann
Frauenliebe und leben
Peter Gould (piano)
Schubert songs, including Der Musensohn, An die Laute, Das Lied im Griinen, Nacht und
Paul Hamburger (piano)
Samul Nori , the traditional farmers' music of Korea, with its drums, gongs and flamboyant dancing, is still played in the villages. But as Keith Howard discovered in Seoul, there are now several young modern groups presenting this music to urban audiences. Producer John Thomley
Natalie Wheen 's guest is the American composer and conductor Lukas Foss who conducts the BBC
Symphony Orchestra in:
5.15 William Schuman
6.03 Morton Gould
6.35 Copland Suite: Billy the Kid
Producer Anthony Cheevers
The singer Joan Morris and her pianist husband William Bolcom perform a programme of concert cabaret.
Including songs by Britten, Gershwin, Berlin, Porter, Kern, Harnick, Winkler, Sondheim and Bolcom.
Presented by Robert Ziegler in conversation with the performers.
A complete cycle of his organ music specially recorded by Gillian Weir in Aarhus Cathedral in Denmark to mark the anniversary of his death. In the first programme
Le Banquet Céleste;
Born 100 years ago this month, Ben Nicholson is widely regarded as one of the greatest modern British artists. To mark the occasion, Frank Whitford traces
Nicholson's career, journeys in search of the places that inspired him and asks whether the artist's works reflect a quintessentially English sensibility.
With contributions from Sir
Alan and Lady Bowness,
Jake and Andrew Nicholson , Rachel Nicholson , Margaret Gardiner , Patrick Heron ,
Norbert Lynton , Angela Verren -Taunt and Felicitas Vogler. Producer Judith Bumpus
Sarah Walker presents a New York segue: 60 non-stop minutes featuring the bass trombone in Charles Wuorinen 's Archaeopteryx, Evan Ziporyn 's s bass clarinet in What She Saw
There and three solo flute pieces by Robert Dick. Producer Alan Hall
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