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: Open University

Women's Studies: Writing from the Margin

: Weather

: On Air

Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Handel Concerto grosso in F, Op 6 No 2
Handel and Haydn Society, conductor Christopher Hogwood
7.32 Parry I was glad
Choir of Westminster Abbey London Brass lain Simcock (organ), director Martin Neary
7.40 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Goldberg
Variations: Nos 9-12
Glenn Gould (piano)
8.05 Puccini Un bel di vedremo (Madama Butterfly)
Renata Tebaldi (soprano) Suisse Romande
Orchestra, conductor
Alberto Erede
8.27 Cowell Aeolian Harp Alan Feinberg (piano)
8.37 Beethoven Violin
Sonata in A, Op 30 No 1 Jascha Heifetz (violin) Emanuel Bay (piano) Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Conductor: Christopher Hogwood
Director: Martin Neary
Unknown: Bach Goldberg
Piano: Glenn Gould
Soprano: Renata Tebaldi
Conductor: Alberto Erede
Piano: Alan Feinberg
Violin: Jascha Heifetz
Piano: Emanuel Bay

: Composers of the Week: Ruggies and Varese

The 1930s was a period of declining musical creativity for both composers, ending in virtual silence for some years. While Varese formed a choir to perform early music, Ruggles patiently revised and re-revised his earlier scores.
Ruggles Four Evocations John Kirkpatrick (piano) Varese Ecuatorial
Choir of Radio France
Ensemble
Intercontemporain, conductor Pierre Boulez
Ruggles Portals
Buffalo PO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Varese Density 21.5
Lawrence Beauregard (flute) Ruggles Four Evocations (orchestral version) Buffalo PO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas

Contributors

Piano: John Kirkpatrick
Conductor: Pierre Boulez
Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas
Conductor: Varese Density
Flute: Lawrence Beauregard
Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas

: Musical Encounters

with Chris Wines in Birmingham, including at approximately
10.00 Beethoven
Overture: Leonore No 3
10.15 Artist of the Week: Heather Harper (soprano) Monteverdi Lamento d'Arianna
10.34 Dowland Come
Heavy Sleep
10.38 Britten Nocturne , Op 70
11.22 Handel With
Darkness Deep; Oh That on Wings I Could Rise (Theodora)
11.35 Dvorak Violin
Sonata in F, Op 57

Contributors

Soprano: Heather Harper
Soprano: Monteverdi Lamento
Unknown: Britten Nocturne

: Ensemble

: Opera Matinee

Clive Bennett presents a summer season of new opera CDs starting with Verdi's Il trovatore starring Placido Domingo as Manrico, a rebel troubadour and the long-lost son of the old Count Luna.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra/James Levine

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Bennett
Unknown: Placido Domingo
Leonora: Aprile Millo(soprano)
Azucena: Dolora Zajick(mezzo)
Count Luna: Vladimir Chernov(baritone)
Ferrando: James (morrisbass)
Ines: Sondra Kelly(soprano)
Ruiz: Anthony Laciura(tenor)
Oldgypsy: Glenn Bater(bass)
Messenger: Tim Willson(tenor)

: Lowri Blake and Caroline Palmer

(cello and piano)
Myaskovsky Sonata No 2 in A minor, Op 81 Stravinsky Russian Maiden's Song
Strauss Sonata in F, Op 6

Contributors

Song: Strauss Sonata

: Beethoven's Fifth

Symphony No 5 in C minor North German Radio SO, conductor Gunter Wand

Contributors

Conductor: Gunter Wand

: The Music Machine

Get into the Groove: 4
The T-shirts have been printed, the CDs are being pressed, the artwork is drying. The publicity machine is turning its raw meat into Cumberland sausages - and plugging like crazy. Will the music press give our heroes
Miranda Sex Garden and the Brodsky Quartet a rough or an easy ride with their new CDs?

: In Tune

Music, news and arts stories from Birmingham presented by David Owen Norris. Including at approximately
6.03 Tippett Praeludium for brass, bells and percussion
6.30 Tchaikovsky
Symphonic Fantasy: The Tempest
And at 7.05 an interview with the new principal conductor of the Bournemouth SO, announced today. Producer Jeremy Hayes

Contributors

Presented By: David Owen
Unknown: Tippett Praeludium
Producer: Jeremy Hayes

: BBC Proms 1994

from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello) Solveig Kringelborn (sop) BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
Bridge The Sea Bloch Schelomo

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Cello: Solveig Kringelborn

: The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony

David Horovitch with the first of two readings from Robert Calasso 's reinterpretation of Greek mythology. Why did
Theseus continue the divine habit of carrying off young maidens?

Contributors

Unknown: David Horovitch
Unknown: Robert Calasso

: Mahler

Symphony No 4 in G

: Yesterday's Tomorrows

2: The Shape of Things to Come
Miles of gleaming white corridors, giant space guns and a vision of London laid waste: Things to Come
(1936) was a landmark in SF cinema.

: His Last Will

On 8 September 1968,
Ryszard Siwiec set himself alight in the Warsaw stadium in protest against his country's involvement in the invasion of Czechoslovakia. Two days earlier, he made a tape recording explaining his action. In this English version of Maciej Drygas's Italia Prize-winning documentary, the story is told through the tape,
Polish archives and the family he left behind.

Contributors

Unknown: Ryszard Siwiec

: Voices

From the Cradle to the Grave
Richard Wigmore presents a selection of Schubert songs covering the ages of man.
Wiegenlied ; Der Knabe; Phidile; Skolie; Der
Weiberfreund; Der Tod und das Mddchen; An Schwager Kronos; Der Jungling an den Tod; II modo di prender moglie; Didone abbandonata; Der Einsame;
Greisengesang;
Nachtstuck; Auflosung Nancy Argenta (soprano) Oliver Widmer (baritone) Roger Vignoles (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wigmore
Baritone: Oliver Widmer
Piano: Roger Vignoles








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