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: On Air

With Penny Gore.
Bridge String Quartet No I in E minor Brindisi Quartet
7.06 Albinonl Concerto in G,
Op 10 No 8
Giuliano Carmignola (violin), I Solisti Veneti , conductor Claudio Scimone
7.18 Borodin Polovtsian Dances
(Prince Igor)
Bolshoi Chorus and Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Alexander Lazarev
7.32 Beethoven Sextet in E flat, Op 71 Consortium Classicum
8.05 Turlna Sextet (Scene Andalouse) Members of the Menuhin Festival
Piano Quartet, Christine Busch (violin), Paul Coletti and Anna Barbara Duetschier (violas)
8.35 Rameau In Convertendo
Suzanne Gari (soprano),
Henri Ledroit (countertenor), Guy de Mey (tenor), Peter Kooy (bass),
Choir of La Chapelle Royale, conductor Philippe Herreweghe

Contributors

Violin: Giuliano Carmignola
Conductor: Solisti Veneti
Conductor: Claudio Scimone
Conductor: Alexander Lazarev
Conductor: Beethoven Sextet
Violin: Christine Busch
Violin: Paul Coletti
Violin: Anna Barbara Duetschier
Soprano: Suzanne Gari
Soprano: Henri Ledroit
Tenor: Guy de Mey
Tenor: Peter Kooy
Conductor: Philippe Herreweghe

: Morning Collection

With Peter Hobday.
Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330
Glenn Gould
9.15 Handel Incidental music: Comus
Patrizia Kwella (soprano), Margaret
Cable (mezzo), David Thomas (bass), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
9.35 Tchaikovsky Overture: Francesca da Rimini Leningrad Philharmonic, conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hobday.
Unknown: Glenn Gould
Soprano: Patrizia Kwella
Bass: David Thomas
Director: Christopher Hogwood
Conductor: Yevgeni Mravinsky

: Musical Encounters

With Piers Burton-Page Artist of the Week:
Leon Goossens (oboe)
Bach Jesu , Joy of Man's Desiring (Cantata No 147)
Choir of Temple Church, London, director George Thalben-Ball (piano)
10.03 Nielsen Pan and Syrinx
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
10.13 Lyapunov Transcendental Study No 12 in E minor (Elegy in Memory of Liszt)
Louis Kentner (piano)
10.27 Bach Concerto in C minor for
Violin and Oboe, BWV1060
Leon Goossens ,
Bath Festival Chamber Orchestra, conductor Yehudi Menuhin (violin)
10.43 Bax Five Greek Folk Songs BBC Singers, conductor Jeremy Backhouse
10.57 Poulenc Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano
Fibonacci Sequence
11.12 Leclair Première Recréation, Op 6 (mvts 7 and 8) Collegium Musicum 90, conductor Simon Standage
11.23 Froberger Lamentation on the Death of Ferdinand III
Siegbert Rampe (harpsichord)
11.35 Thomas Pitfield Rondo Lirico
Leon Goossens (oboe), David Lloyd (piano)
11.39 Robert Saxton Concerto for
Orchestra
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Pritchard

Contributors

Oboe: Leon Goossens
Oboe: Bach Jesu
Piano: George Thalben-Ball
Piano: Louis Kentner
Unknown: Leon Goossens
Conductor: Yehudi Menuhin
Conductor: Jeremy Backhouse
Conductor: Collegium Musicum
Conductor: Simon Standage
Unknown: Ferdinand Iii
Harpsichord: Siegbert Rampe
Oboe: Leon Goossens
Piano: David Lloyd
Piano: Robert Saxton
Conductor: John Pritchard

: Composer of the Week Dvorak Abroad

Presented by Susan Sharpe , with readings by David Holt. After three long years in New York, Dvorak longed for home and happily returned to his cottage in Vysoka. His final overseas visit was to England in 1896, where he conducted at the Queen's Hall, London.
Biblical Songs, Op 99 (excerpts) Philip Langridge (tenor), Radoslav Kvapil (piano)
Cello Concerto in B minor
Yo-Yo Ma, New York Philharmonic, conductor Kurt Masur
Repeated next Friday 11.30pm Discs

Contributors

Presented By: Susan Sharpe
Unknown: David Holt.
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Piano: Radoslav Kvapil
Conductor: Kurt Masur

: Manchester Summer Recitals

From the Concert Hall of New Broadcasting House. In the first of six concerts
Rodney Slatford introduces the Gould Trio.
Haydn Piano Trio in A, H XV 18 Brahms Piano Trio in C, Op 87 Producer Paul Hindmarsh

Contributors

Introduces: Rodney Slatford
Producer: Paul Hindmarsh

: Private Passions

Repeated from Saturday 12 noon

: Mining the Archive

Leon Goossens
Sandy Burnett continues Radio 3's centenary tribute to the great oboist with a wide range of s. These include concertos by Pergolesi and Eugene Goossens , Britten's Fantasy Quartet, the Sonatina by Malcolm Arnold , and some of the short pieces and arrangements for which he was so well known. The programme also includes Goossens himself talking about his life and work, and tributes from other oboists. Producer Nigel Witkinson

Contributors

Unknown: Leon Goossens
Unknown: Sandy Burnett
Unknown: Eugene Goossens
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold
Producer: Nigel Witkinson

: Music Machine

Music for Spaces
Futurespace. The internet is one of the largest spaces for musicians to explore in the next millennium. Steve Tanza gives listeners a tour of his website. And is it possible to hear music on the radio in 3-D? Binaural recording has been used by composers and the BBC for several years to try to offer a surround-sound experience. After a demonstration, music by Dallas Simpson , a composer working with the technique.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Tanza
Music By: Dallas Simpson

: In Tune

Andrew Green with news, weather and travel, plus music including
Tchaikovsky Waltz ; Vot Tak Syupriz (Eugene Onegin )
Leipzig Radio Choir, Dresden
Staatskapelle, conductor James Levine
6.05 Beethoven Bagatelle in B minor, Op 126 No 4
Stephen Kovacevich (piano)
6.20 CPE Bach Symphony in G, Wql82 No 1
Camerata Bern, director Thomas Furi Producer Nick Morgan
SOUNDING THE CENTURY

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Green
Unknown: Tchaikovsky Waltz
Unknown: Eugene Onegin
Conductor: James Levine
Conductor: Beethoven Bagatelle
Piano: Stephen Kovacevich
Director: Thomas Furi
Producer: Nick Morgan

: BBC National Orchestra of Wales

From St David's Hall, Cardiff. Conductor
Mark Wigglesworth , Rolf Hind (piano)
Un-Suk Chin Piano Concerto (BBC commission; first performance)
7.55 Book of the Month
The third of 12 monthly programmes in which a leading writer or critic reviews a new publication. Pulitzer
Prize-winning poet James Tate is one of the most original voices in contemporary American writing. Dana Gioia reviews James Tate : Selected
Poems, published in Britain for the first time this month.
8.15 David Sawer The Greatest
Happiness Principle (BBC commission: first performance)
John Pickard Symphony No 3 (BBC commission; first performance)

Contributors

Conductor: Mark Wigglesworth
Piano: Rolf Hind
Unknown: James Tate
Unknown: Dana Gioia
Unknown: James Tate
Unknown: David Sawer
Unknown: John Pickard

: A Wet Handle

A final selection of songs, stories and poems from humorist Ivor Cutler , with Beverley Crew, Dylan Edwards , Craig Murray-Orr and Alison O'Kill.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Cutler
Unknown: Dylan Edwards
Unknown: Craig Murray-Orr
Unknown: Alison O'Kill.

: What's Up, Doc?

For more than 20 years, Carl Stalling wrote the music for almost all
Warner Bros Merrie Melodies cartoons. His collaborators included
Porky Pig, Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny , and his music shared their wit, invention and energy. Discs

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Stalling
Unknown: Bugs Bunny

: Hear and Now

The Steve Martland Band in Session
This special recording brings together Steve Martland 's music and some of the young composing talent from his Strike Out Summer School
1996. Introduced by Sarah Walker.
Steve Martland Kick ; Eternal Delight (first broadcasts)
Joe Dudell Dole Stages (first broadcast) Martland Mr Anderson 's Pavane
Conductor Steve Martland
Philip Venables Strike Out (first broadcast)
Paul Clay Jagged (first broadcast) Andrew Edwards The Etc of a Memoria (first broadcast) Conductor Philip Headlam
Martiand Horses of Instruction; Remix
Conducted by the Composer Producer Andrew Kurowski

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Martland
Introduced By: Sarah Walker.
Introduced By: Steve Martland Kick
Unknown: Martland Mr Anderson
Conductor: Steve Martland
Conductor: Philip Venables
Unknown: Andrew Edwards
Producer: Andrew Kurowski

: Composer of the Week: Komgold

Film music: The Constant Nymph (title theme)
Warner Bros studio orchestra, conducted by the Composer
Film music: King's Row (opening scene)
National Philharmonic, conductor Charles Gerhardt
Five Songs, Op 38
Angelika Kirschlager (soprano), Helmut Deutsch (piano) Serenade for Strings
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Matthias Bamert
Repeated from last Friday

Contributors

Conductor: Charles Gerhardt
Piano: Helmut Deutsch
Conductor: Matthias Bamert

: Jazz a la Lee

Repeated from Monday 3.45pm

: Through the Night

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Cimarosa It Pittor Parigino
Salieri CO, conductor Tamas Pal
3.30 Lausanne CO/Armin Jordan, Bruno Schneider (horn) Roussel Spider's Feast Norbert Moret Horn
Concerto Haydn Symphony No 101 in D (Clock)
4.35 Anatol Ugorski (piano) Scariatti Four Sonatas Musorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition Chopin Barcarolle in F sharp, Op 60 Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 6
6.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Unknown: Pittor Parigino
Conductor: Tamas Pal
Horn: Bruno Schneider
Horn: Norbert Moret
Piano: Anatol Ugorski
Eurilla: Marta Szucs (soprano)
Cintia: Veronika Kineses (soprano)
M de Crotignac: Gerard Garino (tenor)








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