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: Morning on 3

AM With Penny Gore, including:
6.10 Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191
6.45 Debussy, arr Nicholas Daniel Rhapsody for cor anglais
7.00 Arnold Sarabande (Solitaire)
7.45 Handel Concerto Grosso in C, HWV318 (Alexander's Feast)
8.00 Chaminade Flute Concertino
8.35 Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Daniel

: Composer of the Week: Boyce

With Donald Macleod.
4: Sacred and Profane
Overture: The Shepherd's Lottery
English Concert, directorTrevor Pinnock Dirge (Romeo and Juliet) Soloists,
Opera Restor'd, director Peter Holman Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge St Paul's Cathedral Choir, Parley of Instruments, conductor John Scott Florizel and Perdita (excerpts)
Philippa Hyde and Julia Gooding
(sopranos), Joseph Cornwell (tenor),
Jilly Bond (mezzo), Jack Edwards (bass), Opera Restor'd, director Peter Holman Symphony No 1 in B flat
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Director: Peter Holman
Conductor: John Scott
Unknown: Philippa Hyde
Sopranos: Julia Gooding
Sopranos: Joseph Cornwell
Tenor: Jilly Bond
Bass: Jack Edwards
Director: Peter Holman
Director: Trevor Pinnock

: Work in Progress

Sarah Maguire talks about her new poem, Umbellularia calif ornica.

Contributors

Talks: Sarah Maguire

: Masterworks With Peter Hobday.

Vivaldi Concerto in D for two violins, lute andcontinuo, RV93
10.16 Debussy Trois Chansons de Bilitis
10.27 Shostakovich Symphony No 4

: Morning Performance

York and Beverley Early Music Festivals In the fourth of this week's five programmes from the festivals Lucie Skeaping introduces English music.
Rose Consort of Viols, Consort of Musicke Julia Gooding (soprano), Florilegium Ferrabosco Three Almains
Tomkins 0 Let Me Live
Morley Deep Lamenting; Leave Now Mine Eyes
Weelkes Cease Sorrow Now
Jenkins Fantasias 24 and 9 Dowland Shall / Strive; Tell Me True Love; Come Away, Sweet Love Lawes Sett in C
Purcell Suite: The Fairy Queen

Contributors

Soprano: Julia Gooding

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

PM The first of two recitals given earlier this year as part of the Wexford Festival 1999. Soloists, Prague Chamber Choir, conductor Lubomir Mati.
Music includes:
Martinu Cantata: The Openingofthe Wells Janacek Mass in E flat

Contributors

Conductor: Lubomir Mati.

: The BBC Orchestras

BBC Philharmonic
Conductor Edward Downes
Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini; Serenade Mélancolique YuriTorchinsky(violin)
Bantock Prelude; Fragments (Sappho) Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor

Contributors

Conductor: Edward Downes
Unknown: Jean Rigby

: The Piano

William Sterndale Bennett. Piers Lane explores the life and music of the 19th-century Sheffield-born pianist and composer William Sterndale Bennett. David Owen Norris , Mark Gasser
Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso in E, Op 14 Bennett Three Musical Sketches, Op 10; Piano Sonata No 2 in A flat, Op 46 (The Maid of Orleans)
Mendelssohn Variations Seneuses in D minor, Op 54 Producer Chris Wines

Contributors

Unknown: William Sterndale Bennett.
Unknown: Piers Lane
Unknown: William Sterndale Bennett.
Unknown: David Owen Norris
Unknown: Mark Gasser

: In Tune

With Sean Raffety. Music includes at 5.40 Brahms's Rhapsodies, Op 79, played by Julius Katchen (piano), and at 6.35
Walton's Suite: Henry V performed by the Royal Philharmonic under Andre Previn.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Raffety.
Piano: Julius Katchen
Unknown: Andre Previn.

: Glenn Gould Evening: the Idea of Gould

Since his death at the age of 50 in 1982 the myth of Glenn Gould, recluse, recording artist, radio innovator and piano-playing genius, has snowballed. In this special evening of programmes Christopher Cook features some of his best-loved - and most idiosyncratic - recordings, the comments of colleagues and admirers, and interviews recorded at this autumn's Glenn Gould
Gathering in Toronto. Sharing the evening are broadcaster and Gould-collaborator Humphrey Burton, writer Nicholas Spice and Canadian novelist Anne Michaels.
7.02 This Is Glenn Gould. An introduction to the man, his music and his enduring appeal. Including an unissued recording of the teenage Gould playing Chopin.
7.15 Variations on a Theme. Throughout his life Gould was closely associated with Bach's monumental Goldberg Variations. Colleagues and fellow keyboard players unravel the magic of his 1955 studio recording. With Angela Hewitt, Maggie Cole, John Roberts and Tim Page.
7.35 The Cult of Genius. Was Gould a mad genius? Did it help him sell records? Steven Connor considers the history of the eccentric performer with Sander Gilman and Tim Page. Followed by music by Glenn Gould 's s favourite composer,
Orlando Gibbons , and one of his own short pieces.
8.10 Brahms Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor (Maestoso). In 1962 Gould performed
Brahms's first piano concerto with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic. It was a somewhat unorthodox performance, and Bernstein prefaced it with a disclaimer addressed to the Carnegie Hall audience.
8.45 Long Live the Recording Studio! In 1964 Gould gave his last concert. Many thought his withdrawal was a publicity stunt, but he never played in public again and repeatedly defended his decision in interviews - famously on BBC Television with Humphrey Burton.
9.00 Wagner, transcr Gould Prelude: Die Meistersinger von Nurmberg
9.10 Gould and Mozart. The pianists Angela Hewitt and Joanna MacGregor consider Gould's recordings of Mozart.
9.25 Gould the Accompanist
A performance of a Bach sonata for violin and keyboard. With Jaime Laredo (violin).
9.45 Hello, Hello. Are You There? People who took his calls remember how Gould used the phone obsessively to sustain intimacy and maintain distance.
10.00 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
10.15 Gould and the Idea of Radio. Gould's innovative approach to radio included the production of a number of artist portraits, including Stokowski, Casals and Schoenberg, plus the development of the idea of "contrapuntal radio" in The Solitude Trilogy, featured in tonight's Through the Night.
10.45 Sleepless in Toronto. A troubled mind, insomnia and strange nocturnal habits: an exploration of Gould's night-time.
11.10 Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV988 (1981 final recording)
Brian Kay on Glenn Gould : page 58

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Gould
Unknown: Christopher Cook
Unknown: Glenn Gould
Unknown: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Anne Michaels.
Unknown: Glenn Gould.
Unknown: Angela Hewitt
Unknown: Maggie Cole
Unknown: John Roberts
Unknown: Tim Page.
Unknown: Steven Connor
Unknown: Sander Gilman
Unknown: Tim Page.
Music By: Glenn Gould
Unknown: Orlando Gibbons
Unknown: Leonard Bernstein
Unknown: Humphrey Burton.
Unknown: Meistersingervon Nurmberg
Pianists: Angela Hewitt
Pianists: Joanna MacGregor
Unknown: Bach Goldberg
Unknown: Brian Kay
Unknown: Glenn Gould

: Through the Night

With Chris Cooke and Susan Sharpe.
12.05am Glenn Gould The Idea of North; The Latecomers; The Quiet in the Land (The Solitude Trilogy) Three "oral tone poems" examining the lives of people living in isolation.
3.00 5.00 Schools
3.00 Music Workshop 3.20 Let's Move! 3.40 Words Alive 3.55 First Steps in Drama 4.10 Listen and Write 4.30 Alphabet Time 4.40 HigherGradeHistory
5.00 Strauss Love Scene (Feuersnot) 5.05
Frescobaldi Toccata Quarta (Secondo Libro)
5.15 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330 5.40 Maurice Tableaux de Provence 5.55 Hurch
Bang-Ja Coloured Flowers Are in Full Bloom

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Cooke
Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Glenn Gould








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