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: Open University

Feminist Debates:
Psychoanalysis

: Weather

: On Air

with Catriona Young.
7.05 Brahms Academic
Festival Overture
Bavarian Radio SO/ Colin Davis
7.35 Britten Courtly Dances (Gloriana) LSO/Steuart Bedford
7.50 Weber
Invitation to the Dance
Hamish Milne (piano)
8.05 Boyce Symphony in D minor, Op 2 No 8
Academy of Ancient Music/ Christopher Hogwood
8.20 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Italian Concerto
(BWV971)
Andras Schiff (piano)
8.35Janacek Taras Bulba
Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra/Karl Ancerl. Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Catriona Young.
Unknown: Colin Davis

: Composer of the Week: Liszt

In conversation with Chris de Souza , Leslie Howard introduces music for which
Liszt is not well known, including the Workers' Chorus and two major chamber works.
Carnival of Pest; Tristia-Vallée d'Obermann
Deborah Fox (violin)
William Howard (cello) Leslie Howard (piano)
Motet: Qui seminant in lacrimis
Cantata: The Bells of Strasbourg Cathedral Livia Budai (mezzo)
Sandor Solyom-Nagy (bar) Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus, conductor Janos Ferencsik

Contributors

Unknown: Chris de Souza
Introduces: Leslie Howard
Violin: Deborah Fox
Cello: William Howard
Piano: Leslie Howard
Unknown: Sandor Solyom-Nagy
Conductor: Janos Ferencsik

: Midweek Choice

with Susan Sharpe including Matti Saiminen in Osmin's arias from
Mozart's Il Seraglio and at approximately
10.00
Tchaikovsky Don Juan 's Serenade, Op 38 No
Nicolai Gedda (tenor) Jan Eyron (piano)
10.05 Gade Novelette
No 1 in F, Op 53
Arhus Chamber Orchestra, director Ove Vedsten Larsen
10.35
Soler Fandango in D minor Scott Ross (harpsichord)
10.45 Karlowicz Stanislaw et Anna Oswiecimowie
Silesian Philharmonic
SO/Jerzy Salwarowski
11.05 Schnittke Canon in memoriam Igor Stravinsky Tale Quartet
11.10 Rossini
Partir, o ciel!Desio (Il Viaggio a Reims)
Kathleen Battle (soprano) Ambrosian Opera Chorus LPO/Bruno Campanella
11.30 Faure Piano Quartet No 1 in C minor, Op 15 Domus
Producer Chris de Souza Discs
REQUESTS: Midweek Choice. BBC
Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London WlA 1AA. Telephone: 071.[number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe
Unknown: Matti Saiminen
Unknown: Tchaikovsky Don Juan
Tenor: Nicolai Gedda
Director: Ove Vedsten Larsen
Director: Soler Fandango
Harpsichord: Scott Ross
Harpsichord: Karlowicz Stanislaw
Unknown: Anna Oswiecimowie
Unknown: Silesian Philharmonic

: The BBC Orchestras

(Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm

: Manchester Summer Recital

Joachim Piano Trio
Beethoven Piano Trio in G, Op 1 No
Brahms Piano Trio No 2 in C, Op 87

: Haydn Wood

Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Adrian Leaper
Raphael Wallfisch (cello)
Miniature Overture: The City (London Cameos
Suite); Fantasy- Concerto for String Orchestra;
Philharmonic Variations for cello and orchestra; Paris Suite

Contributors

Conductor: Adrian Leaper
Cello: Raphael Wallfisch

: Interpretations on Record

Michael Hall compares performances of Mozart's
Sinfonia Concertante for violin and viola (K364), from the earliest recordings up to recent versions on period instruments.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hall

: Choral Evensong

from the Priory
Church, Edington, in Wiltshire.
Introit: Litany of the Saints (plainsong)
Reponses (Byrd)
Office Hymn: Exsultet orbis gaudiis (mode i)
Psalm 119 w 1-32 (Monk, Camidge, Smart. Camidge) First Lesson: Deuteronomy
18 w 15-19 (RSV)
Antiphon: Tradent enim vos Canticles: The Great
Service (Byrd)
Second Lesson: Matthew 10 w 16-22 (RSV)
Anthem: Domine Jesu
Christe (Ludford)
Hymn: Give me the wings of faith (San Rocco)
Organ Voluntary: Fantasia of Foure Parts (Gibbons) Conductors:
Jeremy Summerly , Peter McCrystal and David Trendell
Organist: Jeremy Filsell

Contributors

Conductors: Jeremy Summerly
Conductors: Peter McCrystal
Organist: David Trendell
Organist: Jeremy Filsell

: The Music Machine

The Sampling Sessions 3: Resultant Melodies
Ron Woodley and Eliot Kennedy demonstrate some of the techniques that the American so-called
"minimalist" composers Steve Reich and Philip
Glass use to construct and create melody in their music.

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Woodley
Unknown: Eliot Kennedy
Unknown: Steve Reich

: In Tune

Natalie Wheen with arts news and music including
5.15 Krommer First
Movement (Sinfonia Concertante for flute, clarinet and orchestra)
6.03 Mendelssohn
Scherzo (Octet)
6.45 Michael Torke
Ecstatic Orange Producer Gwen Hughes

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Unknown: Michael Torke
Producer: Gwen Hughes

: BBC Proms 1994

from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
A tribute to Basil Cameron , one of the leading conductors at the Proms in the 1940s and 50s.
John Lill (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander
Lazarev
Sibelius Symphony No 5 in E flat
7.35 Interval
Richard Baker traces the career of Basil Cameron.
7.55 Britten
Piano Concerto
Shostakovich Symphony No 9 in E flat

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Basil Cameron
Piano: John Lill
Unknown: Richard Baker

: Latin Loves

Five nightly stories for
Europe, written and narrated by Frederic Raphael.
3: These Things Happen The Perigord, France.
There's intrigue at the local veterinary clinic.

Contributors

Unknown: Frederic Raphael.

: Niels Viggo Bentzon

Sonata No 2, Op 46 Philip Jenkins (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Philip Jenkins

: BBC Proms 1994

from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
A Prom debut for one of Europe's leading period-instrument ensembles.
Anner Blysma (cello)
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, conductor
Thomas Hengelbrock
Handel Suite :
Oreste Zelenka Hipocondrie
Haydn Cello Concerto in C (H Vllb 1)
C P E Bach Symphony in F (Wq 183 No 3)

Contributors

Cello: Anner Blysma
Conductor: Thomas Hengelbrock
Conductor: Handel Suite
Conductor: Oreste Zelenka Hipocondrie

: Ensemble

Jill Anderson introduces a programme of Bartok's violin music.
Ani Schnarch (violin) Piers Lane (piano) Andante (1902);
Rhapsody No 1; 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs; Sonata No 2;
Romanian Folk Dances

Contributors

Introduces: Jill Anderson
Violin: Ani Schnarch








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