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Paul Guinery presents some of Mozart's finest
Masonic music.
7.03Leonin Viderunt omnes
Early Music Consort ot London/David Munrow
7.10 Mozart Schon weichel dir, Soniie (Thamus) Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner
7.20 Moeran Lonely Waters
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Vernon Handley
7.30 Mozart Gottheit, tiber alle mächtig! (Thamos)
7.40 Strauss Suite for
13 Wind Instruments
BBC SO/Lothar Zagrosek
8.05 Mozart Ihr Kinder des Staubes (Thumos) Alastair Miles (bass)
8.15 Moeran Whythorne's Shadow
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Vernon Handley
8.20 Bach Concerto No 3 in C (BWV594)
Peter Hurford (organ)
8.45 Perotin
Viderunt mimes
Early Music Consort of London/David Munrow Producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery

: Prunella Scales and Timothy West Present Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Second of four holiday programmes.
Composer of tlie Week: Liszt Waltz in E flat; Feuilles d'album
9.11 Schubert Kyrie (Mass in G)
9.16 Prince Albert
Trauerlied;
Die Winterreise
9.23 Haydn
Symphony No 103 in E flat (Drum Roll)
9.52 Humperdinck Hansel and Gretel (excerpt)
10.05 Schubert An die
Musik; Litanei; Verklärung
10.18 Saint-Saens Septet in E flat. Op 65
10.41 Faure Dolly Suite (excerpts)
11.00 Szymanowski
The Lonesome Moon;
Nightingale; Dance (Songs of a Fairytale Princess)
11.16 Lambert Riu Grande
11.34 Bruckner Gloria
(Muss in E minor)
11.42 Artist ot the Week: Aimer Sylsma (cello)
Auguste Franchomme Nocturne
11.47 Strauss Act 3:
Finale (Der
Rosenkavalier)
12.03 Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos (K365) Producer Edward Blakeman Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Lambert Riu Grande
Unknown: Bruckner Gloria
Producer: Edward Blakeman Discs

: Full Score

This week's quiz comes from the Aldeburgh Festival. Guy Wuoltenden and team captains David Owen Norris and Daryl Runswick join actors Simon Russell Beale and Julian Curry.
A Classic Arts production

Contributors

Unknown: Aldeburgh Festival.
Unknown: David Owen Norris
Unknown: Daryl Runswick
Unknown: Simon Russell Beale
Unknown: Julian Curry.

: Musical Tales: The Magic Flute

Tony Robinson tells the story of Mozart s opera: now a prince called Tamino became lost in the realm of the Queen of the Night, surrounded by demons, ogres and wild animals, and was eventually saved with the help of his magic flute. A Ladbroke Radio production

: Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

conductor Claudio Abbado
Lilya Zilberstein (piano) Rachmaninov Piano
Concerto No 3 in D minor
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor
(Puthetique)

Contributors

Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Piano: Lilya Zilberstein

: Endellion Quartet at Cambridge

Last of four concerts from the West Road Concert Hall reflecting the Quartet's residency at the university earlier this year. Introduced by Stephen Plaistow.
Beethoven Quartet in G. Op 18 So
Schoenberg
Quartet No 4, Op 37
Schumann Quartet in A, Op 41 No A Caveridish production

Contributors

Introduced By: Stephen Plaistow.

: Venetian Vespers

A reconstruction of a service for the Feast of the Annunciation from Venice. where the veneration of the Virgin reached new heights of fervour in the Baroque period. With vocal and instrumental music by Monteverdi. Cavalli.
Fontana and Uccellini.
Performed by the Taverner Consort and Players, director Andrew Parrott and Musica Contexta, director
Simon Ravens.

Contributors

Music By: Monteverdi. Cavalli.
Director: Andrew Parrott
Director: Simon Ravens.

: Interpretations on Record

Stravinsky s Symphony of Psalms was the composer's highly original response to a Koussevitsky commission for a symphony.
Jonathan Swain assesses how conductors on record have interpreted this unusual design. They include
Ansermet, Markevitch,
Bernstein and Stravinsky himself.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain

: Prom News

(Repeated from yesterday 9.00ami

: BBC Proms 1994

from the Royal
Albert Hall.
London.The 100th season celebrations continue with another Prom tradition - the "Tchaikovsky Night". Marie-Ange Todorovitch (mezzo)
John Connell (bass) Joshua Bell (violin)
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Alexander Lazarev Tchaikovsky
Cantata: Moscow
Violin Concerto in D
8.30 The Prisoner of The
Prisoner of Zenda
Published 100 years ago, The Prisoner of Zenda was an overnight success. Its unknown author, Anthony Hope, became rich and famous and went on to write many more novels.
John Spurling asks why he has been forgotten.
8.50 Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker (excerpts)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.
Bass: John Connell

: Sunday Play: The Hole in the Top of the World

by Fay Weldon. Matt, an ageing scientist, is walled up in a concrete igloo in Antartica with his nubile young research assistant.
Nina. His wife Simone is on the warpath. With vegan toy-boy Andrew in tow, she is crossing continents to wreak her revenge. But
Matt's only concern is that all the most noble ideas of the 20-th century are being sucked out through a hole in the ozone layer.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin

Contributors

Unknown: Fay Weldon.
Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
Matt Piercey: Walter Matthau
Nina: Valerie Landsbergh
Simone: Barbara Bain
Andrew: Zhelko Ivanic

: Choir Works

Verdi's Requiem was described by Brahms as "A work of genius" and by Hans von Bulow as "Verdi's latest opera in ecclesiastical clothes". Brian Wright introduces a performance given last month at the Philharmonie. Munich.
Cheryl Studer (soprano)
Marjana Lipovsek (contralto) Vinson Cole (tenor)
Samuel Ramey (bass)
Bavarian Radio Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti Producer Gautam Rangarajan

Contributors

Introduces: Brian Wright
Bass: Samuel Ramey
Conductor: Georg Solti
Producer: Gautam Rangarajan








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