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: Record Review

With Richard Osborne.
Leopold Hofmann Sinfonia in D
Northern CO. conductor Nicholas Ward
7.18 Rubbra Variations on "The
Shining River" Williams Fairey Band, conductor James Gourlay
7.30 Bridge Music When Soft Voices Die; Where Is It That Our Soul Doth
Go? Louise Winter (mezzo),
Roger Chase (viola), Roger Vignoles (piano)
7.37 Brahms Piano Trio No 1 in B,
Op 8 Trio Parnassus
8.13 Maurice Emmanuel Le
Pommier d'Aout; Noel; Complainte de Notre Dame; Adieu, Bargeire
Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Lyon Opera Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano
8.25 Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor Orchestre des Champs-Elysees, conductor Philippe Herreweghe
9.00 Building a Library
David Fanning compares the available recordings of Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No 7. Graham Sadler and Bruce Wood discuss new releases of mainly Baroque choral music, including Advent cantatas by Bach, motets by Mondonville, and music by Charpentier, Scarlatti,
Theile and Johann Heinrich Rolle.
Revised repeat tomorrow 12 midnight
10.15 Record Release
Charpentier Messe de Minuit Choir and Orchestra of Les Musiciens du
Louvre, director Marc Minkowski
10.41 Bach Cantata No 36:
Schwingt Freudig Euch Empor Sibylla Rubens (soprano),
Christoph Pregardien (tenor),
Peter Kooy (bass), Collegium Vocale , director Philippe Herreweghe
11.12 Theile Sonata Duplex a 3 Weser-Renaissance Bremen, director Manfred Cordes
11.19 D Scarlatti Te Deum; Iste
Confessor The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
11.30 Mondonville In Exitu Israel
Maryseult Wieczorek (soprano), Paul Agnew (tenor),
Maarten Koningsberger (baritone), Les Arts
Florissants, director William Christie Producers Clive Portbury. Susan Kenyon Discs E-MAIL: record.review@bbc.co.uk
DISC DETAILS: see BBC1 Ceefax page 651

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Osborne.
Unknown: Leopold Hofmann Sinfonia
Conductor: Nicholas Ward
Conductor: James Gourlay
Viola: Roger Chase
Viola: Roger Vignoles
Conductor: Philippe Herreweghe
Unknown: Graham Sadler
Unknown: Bruce Wood
Unknown: Johann Heinrich Rolle.
Unknown: Charpentier Messe
Director: Marc Minkowski
Tenor: Christoph Pregardien
Bass: Peter Kooy
Bass: Collegium Vocale
Director: Philippe Herreweghe
Director: Manfred Cordes
Tenor: Paul Agnew
Tenor: Maarten Koningsberger
Director: William Christie
Producers: Clive Portbury.
Producers: Susan Kenyon

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley meets painter
Deborah MacMillan , who administers the legacy of her late husband
Kenneth. Her musical tastes range from choral music by Mozart and Poulenc to a Schubert song,
Schoenberg's Gurrelieder and songs by Peggy Lee and Blossom Dearie. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
SOUNDING THE CENTURY

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Deborah MacMillan
Songs By: Peggy Lee
Unknown: Blossom Dearie.
Producer: Wendy Thompson

: The Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Lucy Shelton (soprano/reciter), Nash Ensemble , conductor Martyn Brabbins
Berg Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op 5
Dallapiccola Due Liriche di Anacreonte
Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire Repeated from last Monday

Contributors

Soprano: Lucy Shelton
Conductor: Nash Ensemble
Conductor: Martyn Brabbins

: Vintage Years

The seventh of eight programmes in which David Mellor celebrates musical personalities from the past. A Lighthouse and a Seagull
When Russian pianist Vladimir Viardo was in Paris earlier this year, he could hear someone practising. He knew it must be his old friend
Sviatoslav Richter , who died soon afterwards. Richter and Viardo's bond survived emigration to France and America. Now Viardo remembers
Richter the musician, who will always be a role model for others to emulate; and Slava the man, who suffered grievous loss under Stalin but had an ability to take off into realms of humour and fantasy. Including:
Rachmaninov Prelude in B flat, Op 23 No 2
Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat
(1st mvt)
LSO, conductor Kyrill Kondrashin Debussy Les Terrasses des
Audiences; Danseuses de Delphes (Preludes)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata) (1st mvt) Chopin Ballade No 2 in F, Op 38
Schubert Piano Sonata in C, D840 (2nd mvt)
Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 7
(3rd mvt) Discs

Contributors

Unknown: David Mellor
Pianist: Vladimir Viardo
Unknown: Sviatoslav Richter
Conductor: Kyrill Kondrashin
Conductor: Debussy Les Terrasses
Unknown: Chopin Ballade

: Young Artists' Forum

Radio 3's platform for outstanding young musicians returns for its fifth series. Many performers from previous years have gone on to enjoy major careers, and another wide-ranging crop of talent populates this six-part series. This opening programme features the most recent winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award , a former Young Musician of the Year, and a Baroque ensemble performing some recently discovered Handel. Presented by Sandy Burnett.
Telemann Trio Sonata in G minor
Handel Water Music: Suite in F
Brook Street Band
Poulenc Airs Chantes
Duparc La Vie Anterieure; Chanson Triste
Ravel Cinq Mélodies Populaires Grecques
Sarah Fox (soprano),
Simon Crawford Phillips (piano) Schumann Humoresque , Op 20 Freddy Kempf (piano) Producer Nigel Wilkinson

Contributors

Unknown: Kathleen Ferrier Award
Presented By: Sandy Burnett.
Unknown: Populaires Grecques
Soprano: Sarah Fox
Piano: Simon Crawford Phillips
Piano: Schumann Humoresque
Piano: Freddy Kempf
Producer: Nigel Wilkinson

: Jazz Record Requests

Geoffrey Smith introduces another selection of jazz tracks requested by Radio 3 listeners.
Producer Alan Hall Discs
ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House. London W1A 4WW
FAX: (0171) [number removed]

Contributors

Introduces: Geoffrey Smith
Producer: Alan Hall

: Documenting the Blues

In the third of eight programmes,
Paul Oliver looks at the tradition of vocal quartets which anticipated the blues. He suggests that they were the link between the African-
American traditions of the late 19th century and the blues singers of this century, and examines the influence of groups such as the Dinwiddie Colored Quartet, the Excelsior
Quartette and the Norfolk Jazz Quartet. Repeated Friday 12.30am

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Oliver

: Opera on 3

Tito Manlio
The UK premiere of one of Vivaldi's most colourful operatic scores, apparently written in only five days to celebrate a wedding and first performed in 1719. The complex, three-act plot centres around the rivalry between the Romans and Latins during the time of the Roman Republic. This concert performance was given in July at the Royal College of Music in London.
La Serenissima, directors Adrian Chandler (violin) and Giulia Nuti (harpsichord)

Contributors

Violin: Adrian Chandler
Violin: Giulia Nuti
Tito Manlio: Robert MacDonald (baritone)
Lucio: Mhairi Lawson (soprano)
Manlio: Rachel Elliott (soprano)
Servilla: Sally Bruce-Payne (contralto)
Vitellia: Leigh Woolf (mezzo)
Undo: Stuart MacIntyre (baritone)
Decio: Jordi Domenech (countertenor)
Geminio: Tom Raskin (tenor)

: Blue Skies

Steve Jones returns with the programme that bridges the gulf between the arts and sciences.
In the first of four programmes, he explores the 16th century, which saw the first atlas, secular part songs by Thomas Tallis and the discovery by Gallileo that the acceleration due to gravity was the same for a feather and a stone.
Producer Julia Durbin
E-MAIL: scirad@.bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Jones
Songs By: Thomas Tallis
Producer: Julia Durbin

: Jazz at the Bath Festival

Alyn Shipton introduces the second of three programmes from the Clerical Medical Jazz Weekend in May.
Tonight the group Infinitum Plus is led by pianist Nikki Yeoh in a performance of her commission Speechmik-X-ploration. Pianist
Gordon Beck plays a tribute to
Bill Evans , and the programme ends with a set by the Opera Quartet from
France, led by guitarist Gerard Marais. Next programme 9 November

Contributors

Introduces: Alyn Shipton
Pianist: Nikki Yeoh
Pianist: Gordon Beck
Unknown: Bill Evans
Guitarist: Gerard Marais.

: Through the Night

With Donald Macleod.
1.45 BSTJazz from Paris Soprano saxophonist Francois Janneau leads a band in a concert celebrating the bicentenary of the Paris Conservatoire
1.50 GMT Rotterdam Philharmonic/ Jan Latham-Koenig , Sepp Grotenhuis (piano) Willem Jeths Throb
Graaf/Bokelmann/Sauer Discharge Jan Van Vlijmen Piano Concerto
Roussel Bacchus et Ariane: Suite No 2
3.00 GMT The Notre Dame School
Vocal music performed by the Ensemble Gilles Binchois
4.15 GMT Chamber Music. Saint-
Saens Romance for Flute and Harp, Op 37 Emily and Catherine Beynon Delius Violin Sonata No 3 Clare
McFarlane, Julius Drake (piano)
Poulenc Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano Members of Capricorn
5.00 GMT French Songs Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz (soprano), Monica Bacelli (mezzo), Irwin Gage (piano)
Faure Pleurs d'Or, Op 72; Tarentelle, Op 10 No 2 Massenet Rêvons C'Est I'Heure Gounod Barcarola Saint-
Saens Les Cygnes: El Desdichado Chausson La Nuit, Op 11 No 1; Reveil, Op 11 No 2 Bizet La Fuit
6.00 GMT Sequence

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Unknown: Francois Janneau
Unknown: Jan Latham-Koenig
Piano: Sepp Grotenhuis
Piano: Willem Jeths Throb








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