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: Open University

Maths Access: Countdown to Trig

: Weather

: Record Review

with Anthony Burton.
Weyse Symphony No 1 in G minor
Royal Danish Orchestra/ Michael Schonwandt
7.25 Villa-Lobos Carnaval das Criancas (Children's Carnival)
Marcelo Bratke (piano)
7.42 Bach Mass in A (BWV 234)
Barbara Bonney (soprano) Birgit Remmert (contralto) Olaf Bar (baritone)
RIAS Chamber Choir
CPE Bach Chamber
Orchestra/Peter Schreier
8.15 Mllhaud Scaramouche
Emma Johnson (clarinet) Julius Drake (piano)
8.27 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 8 in D Concerto Koln

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Burton.
Unknown: Michael Schonwandt
Piano: Marcelo Bratke
Soprano: Barbara Bonney
Contralto: Birgit Remmert
Unknown: Mllhaud Scaramouche
Clarinet: Emma Johnson
Piano: Julius Drake

: Building a Library

Strauss's s Arabella by John Death ridge.
Jonathan Keates on new baroque releases.

Contributors

Unknown: John Death
Unknown: Jonathan Keates

: Record Release

Matteis Suite in F (Book 4) Arcadian Academy
10.22 F
Couperin Allemande ; Musete de choisi, Musete de tavemi (Livre de clavecin, Book 3) Smithsonian Chamber
Players/Kenneth Slowik
10.36 Biber Violin Sonata
No 3 (Salzburg, 1681) Romanesca
10.51 Scarlatti De tenebroso lacu
Gerard Lesne (alto)
Veronique Gens (soprano) II Seminario Musicale

Contributors

Unknown: Couperin Allemande
Unknown: Gerard Lesne
Soprano: Veronique Gens
Unknown: Seminario Musicale

: Reissues

Robert Cowan chooses the best of the latest batch from DG Double - the most recent two-for-the-price-of-one reissues series.
11.40 Berlioz La Damnation de Faust (Part 1)
Richard Verreau (tenor)
Elisabeth Brasseur Choir
Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch Producers Patrick Lambert and Clive Portbury Discs
Revised rpt Wednesday 3.00pm

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Cowan
Tenor: Richard Verreau
Conductor: Igor Markevitch
Producers: Patrick Lambert
Producers: Clive Portbury

: Spirit of theAge

For the aristocracy in the 18th and early 19th centuries, Harmoniemusik was the equivalent of the gramophone, providing wind-band arrangements of operas, ballets and symphonies, as well as a wealth of new repertoire. George Pratt and Martin Harlow explore the tradition in Europe, with music by Myslivecek and Krommer and transcriptions of Beethoven, Rossini and Weber.
Producer Kate Boston

Contributors

Unknown: George Pratt
Unknown: Martin Harlow
Producer: Kate Boston

: Brick andBaroque

3: Belton House, Lincolnshire
Jeremy Musson walks around one of the finest examples of Restoration domestic architecture, in conversation with Simon Murray. Producer Ed Thomason

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Musson
Unknown: Simon Murray.
Producer: Ed Thomason

: Behind the Masque

New series
Roderick Swanston asks nine leading practitioners of early music to put away their treatises and reveal the personal element in their music-making.
1: Sir Charles Mackerras first startled music-lovers in 1959 with his performance of the Fireworks Music using the gargantuan wind band Handel had in mind.
With excerpts from:
Handel fireworks Music
Pro Arte Orchestra (1959) Handel Messiah
Janet Baker (mezzo) Ambrosian Singers
English Chamber Orchestra (1966)
Mozart
Symphony No 39 in E flat Prague Chamber Orchestra (1988)
Mozart Cos! fan tutte
Soloists
Edinburgh Festival Chorus Scottish CO (1988)
Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral) Soloists
Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra (1991)
Producer Nick Morgan Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Roderick Swanston
Music-Making: Sir Charles MacKerras
Unknown: Janet Baker
Producer: Nick Morgan Discs

: Jazz RecordRequests

with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Alan Hall Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith.
Producer: Alan Hall

: Music Matters

Ivan Hewett looks at
Bachanalia, a new listener's guide to the Prelude and Fugues of Bach, and talks to Stephen Pruslin about the differences between
Haydn and Mozart.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Repeated tomorrow 12.15pm
HINDEMITH THE REBEL

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Hewett
Unknown: Stephen Pruslin
Producer: Anthony Sellors

: BBC Symphony Orchestra

from St Giles,
Cripplegate, London conductor Roger Vignoles (piano)
Fiona Cameron (soprano) Nobuko Imai (viola) Ensemble of BBC
Symphony Orchestra Players Hindemith Kleine
Kammermusik for wind quintet; Das Marienleben 1-4; Viola Sonata. Op 11 No 4; Das Marienleben 13-15

Contributors

Conductor: Roger Vignoles
Soprano: Fiona Cameron
Viola: Nobuko Imai
Unknown: Hindemith Kleine
Viola: Das Marienleben

: NikolayevaPlays Bach

Tatiana Nikolayeva (piano) plays a selection from Book 1 of the Well-
Tempered Klavier.
Discs See also Tuesday 10.30pm

Contributors

Piano: Tatiana Nikolayeva

: Live from the Met

Die Fledermaus
Johann Strauss s sparkling operetta featuring singing, flirting, partying and tax-collecting, all lubricated with a liberal amount of champagne. Sung in German and presented by Peter Allen.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera/ Hermann Michael
Act
7.20 Trouser Rotes with Cori Ellison.
The Italian Ideal
The second of Will Crutchfield 's occasional series on the operatic voice.
7.45 Act 2
8.35 The Opera Quiz
Edward Downes questions Martin Bernheimer ,
Cori Ellison and David Hamilton.
9.00 Act 3
Texaco supports the Metropolitan Opera Radio Network which is broadcast on R3 through the EBU.

Contributors

Unknown: Johann Strauss
Presented By: Peter Allen.
Unknown: Hermann Michael
Unknown: Cori Ellison.
Unknown: Will Crutchfield
Unknown: Edward Downes
Unknown: Martin Bernheimer
Unknown: Cori Ellison
Unknown: David Hamilton.
Rosalinda: Pamela Coburn (sop)
Adelc: Harolyn Blackwell (sop)
Prince Orlofsky: Hanna Schwarz (mezzo)
Alfred: Stanford Olsen (tenor)
Dr Blind: Anthony Laciura (tenor)
Eisenstein: Hermann Prey (bar)
Dr Falke: Wolfgang Brendel (bar)
Frank: Gottfried Hornik (bar)
Ida: Grace Millo (soprano)
Frosch: Dom Deluise (spoken Role)

: These Islands Now:Transformations inBritish Culture

1: The Philosophy of Cultural Subsidy
In the first of six Radio 3/ RSA lectures given before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts, Lord Gowrie, Chairman of the Arts Council of England, talks about his attitude to subsidising the artistic life of the country. The lecture is introduced by John Tusa. Producer John Boundy

Contributors

Introduced By: John Tusa.
Producer: John Boundy

: ChopinNocturnes

Kathryn Stott (piano)
No 13 in C minor, Op 48 No 1; No 2 in E flat, Op 9 No 2; No 10 in A flat, Op 32 No 2; No 21 in C minor (1837)

Contributors

Piano: Kathryn Stott

: Impressions

Brian Morton is joined in the studio by B J Cole, who talks about his music and plays his pedal steel guitar. Producer Derek Drescher

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Morton
Producer: Derek Drescher








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