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: Open University

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: Sacred and Profane

With Paul Guinery.
7.02 Tunder Nisi dominus aedificaverit
7.15 Buxtehude Gott hilf mir (BuxWV 34)
7.30 Rachmaninov
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
7.57 Bruhns Prelude in E minor
8.10 Stanford Stabat Mater
Producer Antony Pitts

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery.
Unknown: Buxtehude Gott
Producer: Antony Pitts

: Choice of Three

With Adrian Jack.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Jack.

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Beethoven Overture: The
Creatures of Prometheus
9.10 Delius, orch Fenby Late Swallows
9.20 Albeniz Aragon ;
Castilla (Suite espanola No 1)
9.27 Telemann Viola
Concerto in G
9.40 Saint-Saens Danse macabre
9.48 Anon A suite of dances from Renaissance Italy
9.59 Composer of the Week: Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew Themes, Op 34b
10.09 Haydn Concerto in C for organ, strings, 2 trumpets and timpani (H XVIII 8)
10.21 Ravel Menuet sur le nom de Haydn; A la manière de Borodin; A la manière de Chabrier
10.27 Smetana Sarka
(Ma vlast)
10.38 Vaughan Williams Ca'the Yowes
10.46 Bliss Mêlée fantasque
11.00 Artist of the Week:
Benny Goodman (clarinet) Gershwin I Got Rhythm
11.06 Reich New York
Counterpoint
11.18 Bach, orch Stokowski Komm , süsser Tod
11.29 Beethoven
Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)
Producer Piers Burton-Page Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Albeniz Aragon
Unknown: Saint-Saens Danse
Unknown: Ravel Menuet
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Clarinet: Benny Goodman
Unknown: Stokowski Komm

: Music Matters

Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm

: Charles Ives Weekend

BBC Symphony Orchestra Today's events begin with a concert given last night at the Barbican. The concert cantata The Celestial
Country is one of Ives's most orthodox works; the lyrical third symphony contrasts starkly with the orchestral set, which includes an evocation of a moment of mourning. The concert ends with a reminder that Central Park was once a peaceful place. BBC Singers Duke Quartet
Christopher Hughes (organ) Members of the New London Orchestra, conductor Stephen Cleobury BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Assistant conductor
Laurent Philippe
The Celestial Country Second Orchestral Set
Symphony No 3
Central Park in the Dark

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Hughes
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Conductor: Laurent Philippe

: Charles Ives Weekend

BBC Singers
A concert from St
Giles', Cripplegate, featuring some of Ives's boldest sacred choral music.
BBC Singers
Christopher Hughes (organ) Members of the New London Orchestra, conductor Stephen Cleobury Psalm 90; Psalm 67;
Variations on "America";
Crossing the Bar; Easter
Carol; Adeste fideles in an Organ Prelude; Psalm 54; Psalm 135
The Ives Weekend continues at
7.30pm

Contributors

Conductor: Stephen Cleobury

: Spirit of the Age

The Sound of Sighs
The poetry of Petrarch has inspired composers down the ages, reaching the height of popularity in the 16th century. Patrick Boyde and Christopher Page listen to settings of his "scattered rhymes", and in the first of two programmes they concentrate on the 'sweet torments" of the poet's love. Producer Kate Bolton
Second programme next Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Boyde
Unknown: Christopher Page
Producer: Kate Bolton

: Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet

Introduced by Judith Roles. Bach Contrapuncti Nos 1, VI and IX (The Art of Fugue) Diego Ortiz Recercada tercera sobre "La Spagna" Recercada quarta sobre "La Spagna"
Recercada sobre la cancion
"Doulce Memoire"
Tristan Keuris Passeggiate Pete Rose Tall P
A Classic Arts production

Contributors

Introduced By: Judith Roles.
Unknown: Diego Ortiz Recercada
Unknown: Tristan Keuris Passeggiate
Unknown: Pete Rose

: The Sunday Feature: Dancing Bach

Sacred and profane responses to chorale preludes by J S Bach.
Written and presented by Leo Aylen , with Terry Gilbert , David Stancliffe , Nicola Lefanu ,
Ulrich Simon , Stuart Pedler and Patrick Gowers.
Producer Ed Thomason

Contributors

Presented By: Leo Aylen
Unknown: Terry Gilbert
Unknown: David Stancliffe
Unknown: Nicola Lefanu
Unknown: Ulrich Simon
Unknown: Stuart Pedler
Unknown: Patrick Gowers.
Producer: Ed Thomason

: Cello and Piano

Timothy Hugh (cello)
Philippe Cassard (piano)
Schubert Arpeggione Sonata in A minor (D821) Falla, arr Maréchal Suite populaire espagnole Cassado Requiebros
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert

Contributors

Cello: Timothy Hugh
Piano: Philippe Cassard
Piano: Schubert Arpeggione

: Charles Ives Weekend

BBC Symphony Orchestra
From the Barbican
Centre, London, two or Ives's most original vocal works and two symphonies. Requiring vast forces on- and off-stage, the fourth symphony poses "the searching questions of What? and Why?".
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor
Andrew Davis
Chorus master Stephen Jackson
Assistant conductor
Laurent Philippe
Andrew Ball (piano)
Harvest Home Chorales
Symphony No 2
8.25 Ives in His Place
The vast soul that o'er him planned: Charles Ives in Concord
Michael Oliver examines the importance to the composer's musical imagination of Emerson,
Thoreau and the other New
England transcendentalists.
8.45 General William Booth
Enters into Heaven; Symphony No 4
A concert sponsored by Land Rover.
Next concert tomorrow 7.30pm

Contributors

Conductor: Andrew Davis
Chorus Master: Stephen Jackson
Conductor: Laurent Philippe
Piano: Andrew Ball
Unknown: Charles Ives
Unknown: Michael Oliver

: The Sunday Play: for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf

By Ntozake Shange.
Five coloured girls embark on a journey of healing, utilising black musical forms to celebrate and mourn. With honesty and wit, their odyssey commemorates the triumphs of endurance, the joys of love, the survival of betrayal and what it means to be a coloured girl and find God in yourself.
Adapted by Bonnie Greer Musical director P P Arnold
Director Heather Goodman
A Big World Pictures production

Contributors

Unknown: Ntozake Shange.
Adapted By: Bonnie Greer
Director: Heather Goodman
Lady blue: P Arnold
Lady brown: Pat Bowie
Lady yellow: Nimmy March
Lady red: Suzanne Packer
Lady purple: Shezwae Powell

: Record Review

Building a Library
Shostakovich's Piano
Quintet in G minor. Jan Smaczny and Peter Paul
Nash discuss new releases of orchestral music from the classical period.
Revised repeat from yesterday
9.00am

Contributors

Unknown: Jan SmacZny
Unknown: Peter Paul








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