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: Open University

5.55 Women in Development
6.15 In a Free State
6.35 Leisure: the Growth of Soccer and Organised Sport

: Sacred and Profane

With Paul Guinery.
Weelkes 0 how amiable are thy dwellings
BBC Singers, conductor David Hill
7.07 Mozart Symphony No 36 in C, K425 (Linz)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alun Francis
7.37 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 170: Vergniigte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust
James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort, director Robert King
8.01 Nielsen Little Suite for string orchestra, Op 1
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dausgaard
8.20 Bruckner Locus iste
BBC Singers, conductor John Poole
8.24 Wesley Grand Duet in C
Trevor Pinnock and Simon Preston
(organ)
8.43 Byrd Fantasy a 5 for viol consort Fretwork
Producer Verity Sharp

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery.
Conductor: David Hill
Conductor: Alun Francis
Unknown: James Bowman
Director: Robert King
Conductor: Thomas Dausgaard
Conductor: John Poole
Unknown: Trevor Pinnock
Unknown: Simon Preston
Producer: Verity Sharp

: Choice of Three

Pianist Noriko Ogawa previews the Radio 3 week.
See also tomorrow 2.00pm

Contributors

Pianist: Noriko Ogawa

: Brian Kay's Sunday Morning

Composer of the Week:
Haydn Overture: Acis and Galatea Vienna Haydn Sinfonietta, conductor Manfred Huss
9.14 Bemers Valses bourgeoises Peter Lawson and Alan MacLean
(pianos)
9.22 Virgil Thomson Arcadian Songs and Dances (Film music: Louisiana Story)
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
9.42 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in B,
Op 72 No 1
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor André Previn
9.48 Hummel Mandolin Concerto in G
André Saint-Chivier (mandolin), Jean-Francois Paillard Chamber Orchestra
10.06 Artist of the Week:
Robert Lloyd (bass)
Handel The trumpet shall sound (Messiah)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
10.11 William Hurlstone Variations on a Hungarian Air
London Philharmonic, conductor Nicholas Braithwaite
10.22 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique) Alfred Brendel (piano)
10.41 Berlioz Nuit d'ivresse
(Les Troyens)
Angela Gheorghiu (soprano), Roberto Alagna (tenor),
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor Richard Armstrong
10.50 Schubert Wind Octet in F, D72
(Minuet and Finale)
Vienna Wind Soloists
11.20 Bartok Concerto for Orchestra
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
Producer Piers Burton-Page E-MAIL: bksm@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Vienna Haydn
Conductor: Manfred Huss
Unknown: Peter Lawson
Pianos: Alan MacLean
Pianos: Virgil Thomson
Conductor: Ronald Corp
Conductor: André Previn
Unknown: André Saint-Chivier
Unknown: Jean-Francois Paillard
Bass: Robert Lloyd
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: William Hurlstone
Conductor: Nicholas Braithwaite
Piano: Alfred Brendel
Soprano: Angela Gheorghiu
Tenor: Roberto Alagna
Conductor: Richard Armstrong
Soloists: Vienna Wind
Conductor: Fritz Reiner
Producer: Piers Burton-Page

: Tanglewood: White Ties and Red Sox

Bostonians love three things above all else: their Red Sox baseball team, the swan boats in the Public Garden, and the Symphony. In this oral history of Boston's world-famous orchestra,
Humphrey Burton hears from players and administrators, concert-goers, broadcasters and critics, as well as from members of the Boston
Brahmins, whose generosity has underpinned the organisation from
1881. The orchestra started life pretty much as a German ensemble, and today - with Seiji Ozawa as music director - it is still America's least
American orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Seiji Ozawa

: Tanglewood: Symphony Concert

A concert given earlier this month in the Koussevitzky Music Shed. Frederica von Stade (mezzo), Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor André Previn.
Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201; Ch'io mi scordi di te, K505
Mahler Symphony No 4

Contributors

Unknown: Frederica von Stade
Conductor: André Previn.

: Tanglewood: If I Die in a Combat Zone

"My books are in essence about illusion. I know in my own life I practise that plenty - pretending
Vietnam didn't mean anything to me. Yet here I am, 20 years later, writing about it." The drive to understand the trauma of the Vietnam War has spawned hundreds of books, the majority written by those who served there. One of the most acclaimed of these writers today is Boston-based novelist Tim O'Brien , whose books have become bestsellers. Michael Goldfarb
considers his work and the issues raised by his writing.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim O'Brien
Unknown: Michael Goldfarb

: Tanglewood: Chamber Concert

Throughout the summer, the students of the Tanglewood Music Center study and perform a wide range of chamber music. This concert illustrates the kind of work they undertake.

: Tanglewood: She Learned It from a Bird

Boston Globe journalist Richard Dyer explores the origins of Shaker music and assesses how both the music and the Shaker community will survive into the next century. Is change the answer, or maintaining the status quo?

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Dyer

: Tanglewood: Juilliard Quartet

The members of the Juilliard Quartet have been regular coaches at
Tanglewood for over 15 years. Here, they play together in a characteristically broad-ranging recital. Mozart String Quartet in G, K387 Elliott Carter String Quartet No 2
Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131

: Tangtewood: the MacDowell Artists' Colony

Leonard Bernstein , Aaron Copland ,
Thornton Wilder and Willa Cather are just some of the artists who have spent time at the MacDowell Colony in New England, built around the summer home of composer Edward MacDowell. Christopher Cook talks to the American artists, writers and composers who leave the city to find their creative muses, and finds that paradise can have its problems too.

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Bernstein
Unknown: Aaron Copland
Unknown: Thornton Wilder
Unknown: Willa Cather
Unknown: Edward MacDowell.
Talks: Christopher Cook

: Tangtewood: Leonard Bernstein Memorial Concert

From the Koussevitzky Music Shed, in a simultaneous broadcast with WGBH Boston.
Presented by Ron Della Chiesa and Jamie Bernstein-Thomas . Before the 7.30 performance, a chance to hear reflections and recordings from
Leonard Bernstein 's last appearance at Tanglewood, in 1990. Peter Serkin (piano). Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, conductor Robert Spano
Brahms Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat
Copland Short Symphony
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird (1911)

Contributors

Presented By: Ron Della Chiesa
Presented By: Jamie Bernstein-Thomas
Unknown: Leonard Bernstein
Piano: Peter Serkin
Conductor: Robert Spano

: Tangtewood: You're on Car Talk

Tom and Ray Magliozzi describe themselves as the world's leading car mechanics, while others just say that their weekly car-repair phone-in is the best entertainment on American radio.
Zoe Heller reports from Boston on the addictive mixture of car advice, jokefest and philosophy that has made Car Talk cult listening.

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Magliozzi
Unknown: Zoe Heller

: Tangtewood: Song Recital

Joan Morris (mezzo) and William Bolcom (piano) perform songs by Irving Berlin , George Gershwin , Cole Porter ,
William Bolcom and Charles Ives.

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Morris
Piano: William Bolcom
Songs By: Irving Berlin
Songs By: George Gershwin
Songs By: Cole Porter
Songs By: William Bolcom
Songs By: Charles Ives.

: Tanglewood on Parade

For one day during each year's festival, the Tanglewood campus becomes an open-air musical theme park. Students and staff take a break from classes and let their hair down with music both spontaneous and concerted, hot-air ballooning, Alpine horn displays and a real cannon to blast at the end of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. Readers Kerry Shale and Kate Harper
Tanglewood Weekend Executive producer John Evans
Tanglewood Weekend Editor Andrew Kurowski Tanglewood Weekend Producers
Derek Drescher. Jessica Isaacs. Nick Morgan and Philip Tagney

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Harper
Producer: John Evans
Editor: Andrew Kurowski
Producers: Derek Drescher.
Producers: Jessica Isaacs.
Producers: Nick Morgan

: Record Review

Building a Ubrary
Edward Greenfield compares available recordings of Saint-Saëns' Symphony No 3 in C minor (Organ). Roderick Swanston reviews new releases of music by Bach, including The Art of Fugue from Joanna MacGregor (piano) and violin concertos played by Viktoria Mullova.
Revised repeat from yesterday 9.00am

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Greenfield
Unknown: Roderick Swanston
Piano: Joanna MacGregor
Played By: Viktoria Mullova.

: Through the Night

With Donald Macleod.
1.15 Copenhagen Singing Competition - Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ulf Schirmer
4.15 Pianist Kim Tai-Jin performs music by Ravel, Debussy and Haydn
5.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Conductor: Ulf Schirmer
Pianist: Kim Tai-Jin








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