The Changing Nature of Feminism
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Handel Concerto No 2 in F for two horns
Academy of Ancient Music/ Christopher Hogwood
7.22 Kreisler Liebesleid ;
Shlomo Mintz (violin)
Clifford Benson (piano)
7.32 Bax Summer Music
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
8.05 Arne Symphony No 1 in C
8.22 Ravel Une barque sur f'océan Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit
8.42 Szymanowski String Quartet No 1 in C, Op 37 Carmina Quartet
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
The One Great Music of the North. Donald Macleod visits Peter Maxwell Davies at home on Hoy in the Orkney Islands to talk about the effects on his music of the Orcadian life and landscape.
The Martyrdom of St Magnus (excerpt)
Music Theatre Wales
Scottish Opera Chamber Ensemble, conductor
Michael Rafferty Sea Eagle
Michael Thompson (horn)
Renaissance Scottish Dances
Symphony No 1 Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Producer Michael Emery Discs
with Chris de Souza.
Featuring Chopin, 450 years of music-making in Dresden and some offbeat trumpet.
Prom Artists of the Week:
Dresden Staatskapelle Beethoven Overture;
Egmont. Op 84
10.15 Chopin Rondo in C minor, Op 1
10.25 Telemann Overture in B flat
10.45 Bridge Traditional Song Settings
11.00 F X Richter Concerto for trumpet and strings in D
11.15 Franck Symphony in D minor
Producer Chris de Souza
In the last programme of the series, Carol Vaness talks to Rodney Milnes about the role of Tosca.
With musical illustrations from her recording of Puccini's opera, conducted by Riccardo Muti.
Producer David Gallagher
The third programme of highlights from the 1994 festival, presented by Rodney Slatford.
Britten Cello Suite No 3
Piazzolla, arr Moser
Le Grand Tango (finale) Karine Georgian with Elsbeth Moser (accordion) Brahms Sonata No 1 in E minor. Op 38
Janos Starker with Elizabeth
Sawyer-Parisot (piano) Julius Klengel
Impromptu, Op 30
Ralph Kirshbaum , Yo-Yo
Ma, Boris Pergamenshikov and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi
(Given in association with J and A Beare Ltd)
Tasmin Little (violin)
Bradford Festival Choral
Society, conductor Peter Maxwell Davies
Mendelssohn Overture: The
Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) Beethoven
Violin Concerto in D
Maxwell Davies Suite No 2
(Caroline Mathilde )
Borodin Polovtsian Dances
When the English composer Roseingrave heard Scarlatti play the harpsichord he thought that devils were running across the keyboard. Robert Woolley plays music by both composers on a contemporary instrument
(cl740) in Chirk Castle, Clwyd.
Charles Alexander examines the career of Django Reinhardt , featuring his classic 1930s recording with the Quintet of the Hot Club of France, as well as excerpts from his innovative post-war solo work. Including music by guitarists
Fapy Lafertin and Oscar Aleman. A Gleneagle production
Tommy Pearson presents a whistle-stop history of the Proms. He talks to the administrator
Stephen Maddock and there's even a contribution from the founder, Sir Henry Wood. Producer Christina Pritchard
Richard Baker with arts news and music, including Stenhammar Overture Op 31
6.04 Gounod Funeral
March of a Marionette
6.30 Meyerbeer Le
Prophete (Ballet Musical)
7.03 Wolf Kennst du das
Land (Mignon) Producer Ray Abbott
from the Royal
London. A tribute to Pierre Boulez , principal conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in the early 1970s, including one of his most striking compositions.
Patricia Wise (soprano) Emanuel Ax (piano)
BBC SO/Andrew Davis Berg Lulu Suite
Schoenberg Piano Concerto
8.30 Boulez's Rituel
This orchestral tribute to
Bruno Maderna, commissioned by the BBC in 1975, is discussed by the composers Michael
Finnissy, Michael Gorodecki and Julian Anderson.
Presented by Peter Paul Nash.
8.50 Boulez Rituel in memoriam Bruno Maderna
Five rediscovered diaries of those caught up in the sweep of history.
1: The Journal of Citizen
Scriboullard. The French
Revolution is chronicled from the uniquely restricted viewpoint of one of history's tiniest minds.
Lindsay String Quartet
Debussy Sonata for flute, viola and harp
Bridge Three Idylls for string quartet
Bacri Divertimento for clarinet and string trio Ravel Introduction and Allegro Rpt
8: New in New York. The last in the series of Robert
Cushman's personal views of musicals with songs from original cast recordings. A BML production
York Early Music Festival David Fallows introduces music for the Mass for the Nativity of the Virgin as sung at Notre Dame. Paris around 1200.