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: Open University

Literature: Lorca's Yerma

: Weather

: On Air

Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Bach
Fantasy and Fugue in A minor (BWV904) Alfred Brendel (piano)
7.15 Vaughan Williams Magnificat
Corydon Singers
City of London Sinfonia, conductor Matthew Best
7.32 Dvorak
Slavonic Dance in G minor, Op 46 No 8 Czech PO/Vaclav Talich
8.05 Martucci Colore
Orientale, Op 44 No 3 Philharmonia Orchestra/ Francesco d'Avalos
8.26 Anon
La Sirena (trad Balkan) Esther Lamandier
(voice and harp)
8.38
Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez Christopher Parkening (guitar)
RPO/Andrew Litton Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Piano: Alfred Brendel
Unknown: Esther Lamandier
Harp: Rodrigo Concierto

: Composer of the Week: Mozart

C minor was the key Mozart chose for some of his most serious and weighty works as well as for his Masonic pieces. Today's programme includes keyboard music - the Fugue for two pianos (K426) and the Fantasia (K475); arias from Mitridate and Die
Entfiihrung aus dem Serail; the Masonic
Funeral Music conducted by Bruno Walter ; and movements from the Sinfonia Concertante
(K364) and the Serenade (K388). Discs

Contributors

Conducted By: Bruno Walter

: Midweek Choice

Susan Sharpe presents listeners' requests with a mainly Hungarian flavour, including music by Rozsa and Kalman and the late
Gyorgy Cziffra playing some of his arrangements of Brahms Hungarian Dances, and Haydn Gypsy Rondo
(Piano Trio in G, HXV25) Jacques Thibaud (violin) Pablo Casals (cello) Alfred Cortot (piano)
10.10
Kodaly Dances from Galanta
Budapest SO/Gyorgy Lehel
10.30 Alwyn Symphony No 5 (Hydriotaphia) LPO/The Composer
10.55
Liszt Sonata in B minor
John Ogdon (piano)
11.30 Haydn Symphony No 60 in C (B distratto) L'Estro Armonico conductor Derek Solomons REQUESTS: Midweek Choice, BBC
Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA or phone [number removed]Producer Chris de Souza
Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe
Unknown: Gyorgy Cziffra
Violin: Jacques Thibaud
Cello: Pablo Casals
Piano: Alfred Cortot
Piano: Kodaly Dances
Unknown: Liszt Sonata
Piano: John Ogdon
Conductor: Derek Solomons

: Birmingham Lunchtime Concert

from Studio One, Pebble Mill.
Nelson Goerner (piano) Chopin
Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54; Two Nocturnes, Op 27
Debussy Studies (Book II)

Contributors

Unknown: Pebble Mill.
Piano: Nelson Goerner

: Schools

2.00 Together: An
Assembly for Schools 2.20 Time and Tune: Music
Course 2 Hall of Mirrors
2.40 Drama Workshop

: Record Review

(Revised repeat from Saturday
9.00am)

: Choral Evensong

from Christ Church
Cathedral, Oxford.
Introit: 0 Rex Gloriae
(Palestrina); Responses
(Smith); Psalms 93 and 94 (Lemon, S S Wesley);
First Lesson: Numbers 22 v36 - 23 vl2
Canticles: St Paul's Service
(Howells)
Second Lesson: Luke 7 wll-23
Anthem: God is gone up (Finzi)
Hymn: 0 for a thousand tongues to sing (Oxford New)
Organ Voluntary: Majeste du Christ demandant sa gloire a son Pere (Messiaen).
Organist Stephen Darlington Organ Scholar Timothy Noon

Contributors

Organist: Stephen Darlington
Unknown: Timothy Noon

: The Music Machine

Steve Martland and Nicholas Anderson tell
Tommy Pearson how dance forms and rhythms have influenced art music. Producer Christina Pritchard

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Martland
Unknown: Nicholas Anderson
Unknown: Tommy Pearson
Producer: Christina Pritchard

: In Tune

Natalie Wheen presents arts news and plays a selection of music.
Including
Gershwin Lullaby
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin
5.45 Puccini Crisantemi
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Conductor: Leonard Slatkin

: Rush Hour Concert

from the Wigmore Hall, London.
Thomas Allen (baritone) Roger Vignoles (piano)
The last in the series is a recital including
Schumann's Liederkreis, Op 24, and songs by Britten, Finzi, Quitter and Gershwin, presented by Richard Baker.

Contributors

Piano: Roger Vignoles
Presented By: Richard Baker.

: In Tune

Part 2
Producer Gwen Hughes

Contributors

Producer: Gwen Hughes

: Pebble Mill 93/4

Peter Donohoe (piano)
Beethoven Sonata in E minor, Op 90 Elliott Carter Piano Sonata
Schubert
Piano Sonata in A (D959)

Contributors

Piano: Peter Donohoe
Piano: Beethoven Sonata

: Postcards from Prague

The first of two programmes of readings from Vaclav Tomasek 's memoirs observing the comings and goings of musical life in 19th-century Prague. With Paul Rhys as Tomasek.

Contributors

Unknown: Vaclav Tomasek
Unknown: Paul Rhys

: Messiaen

Gillian Weir continues her cycle of the organ music, recorded in Aarhus Cathedral, Denmark, with the Méditations sur le mystère de la Sainte Trinité.

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Weir

: Night Waves

Soho Theatre perform the world premiere of Peripheral Violence, and Tony Palmer discusses their investigation of child violence.
Producer Nicki Paxman

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Palmer
Producer: Nicki Paxman

: EnsemMe

"She's so bright and natural - like a fresh breeze!" The first of three programmes featuring Mendelssohn's Op 44 string quartets, composed during the first year of his marriage to the 18-year-old
Cecile Jeanrenaud , in 1837-8. Audubon Quartet:
David Ehrlich and David Salness (violins)
Doris Lederer (viola) Tom Shaw (cello) Haydn
String Quartet in B flat, Op 50 No Mendelssohn
String Quartet in D, Op 44 No

Contributors

Unknown: Cecile Jeanrenaud
Unknown: David Ehrlich
Violins: David Salness
Viola: Doris Lederer
Cello: Tom Shaw

: Night School

1.00 As broadcast 2.003.00pm
2.00 Let's Make a Story
2.15 Verse Universe








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