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: Open University

The Music of Sir Arthur Sullivan

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Arthur Sullivan

: Weather

: On Air

with Catriona Young.
7.05 Ravel
Le tombeau de Couperin
7.25 Purcell I was glad
7.40 Haydn Violin
Concerto in G (H Vila 4)
8.05 Johann Melchior Molter
Trumpet Concerto No 2 in D
8.15 Keyboard Compendium : Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor (BWV903)
8.30 Bruch String Quartet No 2 in E
Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Catriona Young.
Unknown: Johann Melchior Molter

: Composer of the Week: Biber

presented by Andrew Manze. Sonata No 11 (Fidicinium Sacro-profanum)
Clemencic Consort , director Rene Clemenic
Sonata Sancti
Polycarpi a New London Consort, director Philip Pickett Requiem in A
Amsterdam Baroque Choir and Orchestra, director
Ton Koopman
Discs

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Manze.
Unknown: Clemencic Consort
Director: Rene Clemenic
Director: Sonata Sancti
Director: Philip Pickett

: Musical Encounters

with Mary Miller in Edinburgh.
10.00 Prom Artist of ttie Week John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) Purcell The Indian Queen (excerpts)
English Baroque Soloists
10.05 Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
BBC Scottish SO, conductor
Jerzy Maksymiuk
10.15
Khachaturian Sonatina (1959)
Murray McLachlan (piano)
10.50 Chabrier
Fete polonaise (Le Roi malgrelui)
Detroit Symphony
Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Miller
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Conductor: Jerzy Maksymiuk
Conductor: Khachaturian Sonatina
Piano: Murray McLachlan

: Edinburgh International Festival 1994

n from the Queen's
Hall, Edinburgh. Russian soprano Galina Gorchakova and pianist Larissa Gergieva perform songs by Glinka,
Tchaikovsky, Cui and Rachmaninov.
11.50 Edinburgh Festival Report
Christopher Cook talks to
Robert Lepage as The Seven Streams of the River Ota receives its world premiere at this year's Festival.
12.10pm Part 2

Contributors

Soprano: Galina Gorchakova
Pianist: Larissa Gergieva
Talks: Christopher Cook
Unknown: Robert Lepage

: St David's Hall Lunchtime Recital

With Nicola Heywood Thomas. William Howard (piano)
Janacek Sonata 1 X 1905
Judith Weir The Art of Touching the Keyboard Brahms
Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel

Contributors

Unknown: Nicola Heywood Thomas.
Piano: William Howard
Unknown: Judith Weir

: Youth Orchestras of the World

RMS Youth Orchestra, Berlin
Schumann Overture, Scherzo and Finale conductor Andreas Delfs
Prokofiev
Violin Concerto No 1
Alyssa Park (violin), conductor Marcello Viotti
Viktor Ullmann
Piano Concerto
Aleksander Madzar (piano), conductor Israel Yinon
Ginastera Varaciones
Concertantes conductor Marcello Viotti

Contributors

Conductor: Andreas Delfs
Conductor: Marcello Viotti
Piano: Viktor Ullmann
Piano: Aleksander Madzar
Conductor: Marcello Viotti

: Circa 1500

Suzie LeBlanc (soprano) Erin Headley (gamba)
Dirk Freymuth (vihuela and lute) Lee Santana (lute and cittern) Nancy Hadden (flute and recorder)
Renaissance music from the time of Columbus including works by Juan del Encina, Antonio Cabezon ,
Alonso Mudarra and Manuel Machado.

Contributors

Soprano: Erin Headley
Unknown: Dirk Freymuth
Unknown: Lee Santana
Flute: Nancy Hadden
Unknown: Juan Del Encina,
Unknown: Antonio Cabezon
Unknown: Alonso Mudarra
Unknown: Manuel MacHado.

: Voices of Africa

I Seven of Africa's top I traditional musicians discuss life, art and music with Lucy Duran and perform live in the studio. This first programme features blind Moroccan musician and singer Hassan Erraji , who is from a musical culture where the Middle East meets continental Africa. He plays the q'anoon, or zither.
A Heavy Entertainment production

Contributors

Unknown: Lucy Duran
Singer: Hassan Erraji

: The Music Machine

"I hear voices, but there's no one there!" Pianist
Kathryn Stott explains what musicians mean by "inner voices".

Contributors

Pianist: Kathryn Stott

: In Tune

Natalie Wheen looks forward to events this weekend and plays music including:
5.15 Purcell
Sound the Trumpet
6.03 Frank Bridge
There is a willow grows aslant a brook
6.30 Tippett The Blue Guitar
7.03 Mark-Anthony Turnage Lullaby (Sleep on) Producer Gwen Hughes

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Producer: Gwen Hughes

: BBC Proms 1994

from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Richard Baker introduces a concert tribute to Henry Wood , founder of the Proms, on the 50th anniversary of his death. BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Elgar Funeral March
(Grania andDiarmid) Schoenberg Five
Orchestral Pieces, Op 16 Vaughan Williams
Serenade to Music
Nancy Argenta ,
Heather Harper , Yvonne Kenny and Joan Rodgers (sopranos)
Yvonne Minton , Felicity Palmer , Jean Rigby and Catherine Wyn -Rogers (mezzos)
Kim Begley , John Mitchinson , Anthony Rolfe Johnson and Robert Tear (tenors)
Thomas Allen , Willard White.
John Tomlinson and David
Wilson-Johnson (basses)
8.25 Keeping the Music Alive Colin Burbidge recalls the BBC Music Departments' Second World War years.
8.45 Beethoven
Symphony No 7 in A SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with BBC2
SEE THIS WEEK page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Henry Wood
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Music: Nancy Argenta
Music: Heather Harper
Music: Yvonne Kenny
Sopranos: Joan Rodgers
Sopranos: Yvonne Minton
Sopranos: Felicity Palmer
Sopranos: Jean Rigby
Sopranos: Catherine Wyn
Unknown: Kim Begley
Unknown: John Mitchinson
Unknown: Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Tenors: Robert Tear
Tenors: Thomas Allen
Tenors: Willard White.
Tenors: John Tomlinson
Unknown: Colin Burbidge

: Four Score and Ten Remembered

4: .4 Pacifist's War. Frances Partridge tells Christopher Cook about her life.

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Partridge
Unknown: Christopher Cook

: The Formidable Virtuoso Herr Biber

The first of three specially recorded recitals in which leading baroque violinists perform music by the greatest virtuoso of the 17th century, and talk with George Pratt.
This week, Monica Huggett and Trio Sonnerie perform Biber Sonatas Nos and 3 (Sonatae violino solo, 1681) and the motet Nisi Dominuswith
Giles Davies (bass).

Contributors

Unknown: George Pratt.
Unknown: Monica Huggett
Bass: Giles Davies

: Writers under Fire: British Writing in the 30s

Through the BBC archives and new interviews with Sir
Stephen Spender , Edward Upward and Gavin Ewart , Valentine Cunningham , explores writers' responses to a desperate epoch.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Spender
Unknown: Gavin Ewart
Unknown: Valentine Cunningham

: Midnight Oil

A performance of John Tavener 's 1985 setting of W B Yeats's To a Child
Dancing in the Wind. Alwynne Pritchard also introduces music by clarinettist Roger Heaton. Christopher Fox Stone : Wind: Rain: Sun
Gavin Bryars Three Elegies Producer Alan Hall

Contributors

Unknown: John Tavener
Unknown: Alwynne Pritchard
Clarinettist: Roger Heaton.
Clarinettist: Christopher Fox Stone
Unknown: Gavin Bryars
Producer: Alan Hall








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