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: Sacred and Profane

Paul Guinery presents a Sunday sequence which begins Radio 3's commemoration of the death of Orlande de Lassus on 14 June 1594.
Lassus
Domine ne in furore
(Penitential Psalm No 1) The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
7.20 C P E Bach
Organ Sonata in A (Wq70 No 1)
Martin Souter (organ of Lulworth castle)
7.35 Duparc Symphonic Poem: Lenore
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor
Laurent Petitgirard
7.50
Granados Asturiana ; Mazurca
(Spanish Dances, Op 37) Jear1-François Heisser (piano)
8.00
Mompou Improperiae Virginia Parramon (soprano) Jerzy Artysz (baritone) Valencia Choir
Lliure Theatre Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Josep Pons
8.30 Ravel, orch Constant Gaspard de la Nuit
BBC Concert Orchestra/ Laurent Petit girard
Producer Piers Burton-Page
(Composer of the Week is Orlande de Lassus: Monday to Friday 9.00am)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery
Unknown: Orlande de Lassus
Conductor: Harry Christophers
Unknown: Martin Souter
Conductor: Laurent Petitgirard
Conductor: Granados Asturiana
Piano: Mompou Improperiae Virginia
Baritone: Jerzy Artysz
Conductor: Josep Pons
Unknown: Constant Gaspard
Producer: Piers Burton-Page

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

from the Jubilee
Hall, Aldeburgh, as part of the Aldeburgh Festival. With live music from oboist Nicholas Daniel and pianist Julius Drake. The programme also includes listeners' requests, beginning with the Festive Overture by Shostakovich, and ending with the Four Sea Interludes from
Britten's Peter Grimes.
Plus Britten's Quatre chansons francaises and Delius's Brigg Fair. Producer Edward Blakeman

Contributors

Unknown: Aldeburgh Festival.
Unknown: Nicholas Daniel
Pianist: Julius Drake.
Unknown: Peter Grimes.
Producer: Edward Blakeman

: Music Matters

Presented by Ivan Hewett. This week, a film about the enigmatic Canadian pianist Glenn Gould , John Adams 's new Violin Concerto and music-loving dolphins.

Contributors

Presented By: Ivan Hewett.
Pianist: Glenn Gould
Pianist: John Adams

: The Sunday Concert

BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Nicholas Cleobury
Martin Jones (piano)
Thomas Randle (tenor) Alison Wells (soprano) Sarah Connolly (mezzo) Christopher Foster (baritone)
Janet Suzman (narrator) Mendelssohn Overture:
Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage
Lutoslawski Postlude No 1; Paroles tissées; Interlude;
Paganini Variations Britten The Rescue of Penelope (first broadcast)

Contributors

Piano: Martin Jones
Tenor: Thomas Randle
Soprano: Alison Wells
Soprano: Sarah Connolly
Baritone: Christopher Foster
Narrator: Janet Suzman

: Bath International Festival 1994

Artur Pizarro (piano)
Schumann Symphonic Studies, Op 13
Liszt Three Petrarch
Sonnets (Annees de pelerinage)
Rachmaninov Piano
Sonata No 2 in B flat minor, Op 36
A Classic Arts production

Contributors

Piano: Artur Pizarro

: The BBC Orchestras

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Janos Fürst
Hu Kun (violin)
Gade Overture: Hamlet
Brahms Violin Concerto inD
Schumann Symphony No 2 in

Contributors

Violin: Hu Kun

: Making Waves

Humphrey Carpenter reviews a week in the arts in the company of American writer Alison Lurie , and looks at the week to come. Producer Mike Greenwood

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Carpenter
Unknown: Alison Lurie
Producer: Mike Greenwood

: Leif Ove Andsnes

(piano)
Haydn Sonata in D (HXVI50)
Debussy Estampes Nielsen Chaconne Saeverud Thor the Hammerer, Op 24 No 5;
Tone's Cradlesong, Op 25 No 4; Ballad of Revolt,
Op 22 No 5; Ninnarella, Op 21 No 3

Contributors

Piano: Haydn Sonata

: The Sunday Play: Inugami: the Dog-God

In a remote village in Japan, a woman is attacked by a dog. Nine months later, she gives birth to a son, Tsukio, and the village treats him with apprehension.
A powerful mythic drama, the play is an early work by one of the 20th-century's most important Japanese writers, Shuji Terayama.
This production reunites the team of composer Mia Soteriou and director Ned
Chaillet whose last Japanese drama for radio was "Yabuhara Kengyo: the Blind Master Minstrel" by Hisashi Inoue. The techniques they brought to that production - creating sound effects with the actors and making strong use of a chorus created from the acting company - are again used to great effect.
Music played by William Lyons (reed flute), Mia Soteriou (piano)
Translator Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei

Contributors

Written by: Shuji Terayama.
Music composed By: Mia Soteriou
Reed flute played By: William Lyons
Translator: Carol Fisher Songenfrei
Directed By: Ned Chaillet
Woman poet: Pauline Letts
Young Tsukio: Susan Sheridan
Tsukio: Julian Rhind-Tutt
Mother-in-law: Auriol Smith
Midwife: Ann Windsor
Husband: Charles Millham
Teacher/Whitey: David Bannerman
Judge: James Taylor
Neighbour woman: Joanna Myers
Bride: Siriol Jenkins
Bride's mother: Margaret John
Kuroko 3: Rachel Atkins

: Music in Our Time

David Osmond-Smith introduces a concert survey of the music of the senior
Italian composer Giacomo Manzoni.
Essai; Frase 2b; An die Musik; Percorso C2;
Prelude- 'Grave'-Finale; Musica Notturna ; Dieci Versi di Emily Dickinson
Sarah Leonard (soprano) John Orford (bassoon) Dallpiccola Ensemble , conductor Luigi Suvini Producer Andrew Kurowski

Contributors

Introduces: David Osmond-Smith
Unknown: Giacomo Manzoni.
Unknown: Musica Notturna
Unknown: Dieci Versi Di Emily Dickinson
Soprano: Sarah Leonard
Bassoon: John Orford
Conductor: Dallpiccola Ensemble
Conductor: Luigi Suvini
Producer: Andrew Kurowski

: Choir Works

Brian Wright and Robert King re-create the first performance in 1733 of Handel's great "re-cycled" oratorio Deborah. (sop)(soprano)(mezzo) (countertenor)(bass)(tenor) (baritone) (bass)
New College Choir, Oxford Salisbury Cathedral Choristers
King's Consort, conductor Robert King
10.50 Between the first and second acts, Handel's Organ Concerto in F, Op4No4
Simon Preston (organ)
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
Producer Gautam Rangarajan Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Wright
Unknown: Robert King
Conductor: Robert King
Unknown: Simon Preston
Director: Trevor Pinnock
Producer: Gautam Rangarajan
Deborah: Yvonne Kenny
Jael: Susan Gritton
Ssera: Catherine Denley
Barak: James Bowman
Abinoam: Michael George
Herald: Mark Milhofer
Chief Priest of Baal: Colin Campbell
Chief Priest of Israelites: Adrian Peacock








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