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: Open University

Animal Physiology:
Swimming and Flying

: Weather

: Sacred and Profane

Paul Guinery introduces an edition with a strong flavour of eastern Europe, featuring the BBC Philharmonic conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier and the BBC
Singers conducted by John Poole.
7.02 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Hamlet
7.20 Tchaikovsky
Cherubic Song; In truth it is meet
7.25 Gullmarrt Organ Symphony No 1
7.45 Lutoslawski Bucolics
7.55 Berlioz Scene d'amour (Romeo et Juliette)
8.10 Tchaikovsky Blessed whom you chose; Now the heavenly powers
8.20 Respighi Pines of Rome Producer Piers Burton Page

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Guinery
Conducted By: Yan Pascal
Conducted By: John Poole.
Producer: Piers Burton

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Telemann Concerto in D
English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
9.13 Zipoli Elevazione Zagreb Soloists
9.28 Ferenc Erkel
Overture: Hunyadi Laszlo Hungarian State Opera
Orchestra/Janos Kovacs
9.41 Vivaldi Sonata No 6
(RV58) (Il Pastor Fido)
Walter van Hauwe (recorder) Bob van Asperen (h'chord) Frans Robert Berkhout
(bassoon)
9.49
Moeran Serenade in G
Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
10.04 Artist of the Week: Heather Harper (soprano) Haydn On Mighty Pens (The Creation)
Academy of St Martin , conductor David Willcocks
10.12 Szymanowski Concert Overture
Polish State Philharmonic
Orchestra/Karol Stryja
10.26 Hummel
Septet in D minor, Op 74 Melos Ensemble
10.56 Composer of the Week: Ruggles Toys
Judith Blegen (soprano) Michael Tilson Thomas
(piano)
10.58 Ravel Bolero
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Yan Pascal Tortelier
11.13 Barber Agnus Dei Cambridge University
Chamber Choir, conductor Christopher Brown
11.21 Francaix Cinq portraits dejeunes filles The Composer (piano)
11.40 Sibelius
Symphony No 2
Boston SO/Colin Davis
Producer Edward Blakeman. Discs

Contributors

Conductor: Trevor Pinnock
Soloists: Ferenc Erkel
Unknown: Walter van Hauwe
Unknown: Bob van Asperen
Bassoon: Frans Robert Berkhout
Bassoon: Moeran Serenade
Conductor: Richard Hickox
Soprano: Heather Harper
Conductor: St Martin
Conductor: David Willcocks

: Full Score

From the Bath
Festival 1994, a musical quiz designed to tease, tax and test the wits of two teams of experts and celebrity guests.
Chairman Guy Woolfenden , head of music at the RSC, is joined by regular team captains David Owen Norris and Daryl Runswick , and this week's guests, Toby Jessel MP and actor
Joe Melia.
A Classic Arts production

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Woolfenden
Unknown: David Owen Norris
Unknown: Daryl Runswick
Unknown: Toby Jessel
Unknown: Joe Melia.

: Musical Tales: PeerGynt

Tony Robinson narrates modern versions of some of the myths and fairy stories that have inspired the great composers. Today, the travels and misdeeds of the ultimate Bad Boy, Peer Gynt, with the music of Edvard Grieg.
A Ladbroke production

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Robinson
Unknown: Edvard Grieg.

: North Gennan Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Gunter Wand
Paulus van der Merwe
(oboe)
Haydn Oboe Concerto in C (HVIIgCl)
Bruckner Symphony No 3 in D minor

Contributors

Conductor: Gunter Wand
Oboe: Paulus van Der Merwe

: Celebrity Recital

Michael Collins (clarinet) Gyorgy Pauk (violin) Ian Brown (piano) Stravinsky Suite :
L'Histoire du soldat
Bartok Rhapsody No 1 Berg Four Pieces, Op 5 Debussy Violin Sonata; Premier rapsodie
Berg Adagio (Chamber Concerto)
Bartok Contrasts.

Contributors

Clarinet: Michael Collins
Violin: Gyorgy Pauk
Piano: Ian Brown
Piano: Stravinsky Suite

: Saar Radio Symphony Orchestra

conductor Heinrich Schiff Sabine Meyer (clarinet)
Mendelssohn Overture: Die schone Melusine
Weber Clarinet Concerto No 1 in F minor
Brahms Symphony No 4 in E minor

Contributors

Conductor: Heinrich Schiff
Clarinet: Sabine Meyer

: Making Waves

Humphrey Carpenter reports from Dartington, Devon, on its Music
Summer School and Arts
Festival.
Producer Mike Greenwood

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Carpenter
Producer: Mike Greenwood

: Chopin

12 Studies, Op 25
Piers Lane (piano)

: Prom News

: BBC Proms 1994

Lfrom the Royal Albert Hall London. ,
Barry Douglas (piano)
LSO/Michael Tilson Thomas Berlioz Overture: Roman
Carnival
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minor
8.20 An American
Monument
Charles Hazlewood explores Copland's Third Symphony in conversation with Leonard Slatkin, Lukas Foss and Michael Tilson Thomas, and with the words of the composer himself.
8.40 Ives From the Steeples and the Mountains
Copland Symphony No 3

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Piano: Barry Douglas

: Sunday Play: The Butcher of Baghdad

by John Spurling. The first in a short season, entitled
Terrible Tyrants, featuring dramas about despotism. The mother of all battles has begun. In a bunker under Baghdad, the president's beautiful mistress soothes him with stories of a legendary
Arabian Nights caliph and the poet who denounced his regime. The story seems to reflect glory on the ruthless president, but will he survive this latest threat?
Director Richard Wortley IRpt)

Contributors

Unknown: John Spurling.
Director: Richard Wortley
President: Brian Glover
Caliph: Edward de Souza
Shahrazad: Jenny Funnell
Ishak: David Thorpe
Jafar: John Church
Masrur: Colin McFarlane
President's wife: Jill Graham
Queen Zobeidah: Kate Binchy
Ai-Zalamah: Steve Hodson
Al-Hadi: David Holt
Hairvili: Gordon Reid
Mizr WadiHathi: John Baddeley
Hassan: Keith Drinkel
Pervaneh: Federay Holmes
Rafi: James Telfer

: Choir Works

Brian Wright presents this evening's concert and talks to
David . Atherton Berlioz TeDeum
Philip Langridge (tenor) Monmouth School Choir
BBC Welsh Chorus
London Symphony Chorus BBC National Orchestra of Wales/David Atherton
Messiaen LAscension
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Atherton Producer
Tim Thome

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Wright
Unknown: David . Atherton
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Unknown: David Atherton
Producer: Tim Thome








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