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: Morning en 3

With Penny Gore.
Chopin Ba//ade No 4 ;n Frrxnor, Op 52 Artur Rubinstein (piano)
6.15 Rave) Su/te; Ma Mere /'0ye Touiouse Capitoie Orchestra. conductor Michei Piasson
7.25 Dvorak Violin Sonatfna ;n G, Op .t00 Gi! Shaham. Orii Shaham (piano)
7.45 Weber, arr Sedtak Overture: Der Fre;schutz Consortium Ciassicum
8.00 Locate))) Concerto Grosso <n F. Op J. No 1 Ragian Baroque Players, directors
Nicholas Kraemer and Elizabeth Wai !fisch
8.30 Finzi C/annet Concerto
Robert Plane. Northern Sinfonia. conductor Howard Griffiths

Contributors

Piano: Artur Rubinstein
Conductor: Michei Piasson
Piano: Shaham. Orii Shaham
Directors: Nicholas Kraemer
Directors: Elizabeth Wai
Conductor: Howard Griffiths

: Composer of the Week: Janacek: 3: Folk Music

Donald Macleod explores the life and works of Leos Janacek.
Janacek made a vast collection of folk music, over 3,000 songs in total. Donald Macleod looks at the influence of folk music on some of his original works.
Moravian Folk Poef/'y <r) Songs (excerpts) Zdena Kioubova (soprano). Radosiav Hvapii (piano)
Lacn/an Dances Brno State Philharmonic, conductor Frantisek Jiiek
Jenufa <'-4ct 1) ('excerpt.)
Vienna State Opera Chorus. Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras
Credo ('G/agohhc Mass)
Viadimir Bogachov (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Vienna Philharmonic. conductor Riccardo Chaiiiy

Contributors

Unknown: Janacekdonaid MacIeod
Unknown: Leos Janacek.
Unknown: Musfc Janacek
Unknown: Donaid MacIeod
Soprano: Zdena Kioubova
Piano: Radosiav Hvapii
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Tenor: Viadimir Bogachov
Conductor: Riccardo Chaiiiy
Jenufa: Elisabeth Soderstrom (soprano)
Steva: Petr Dvorsky (tenor)

: Work in Progress

Eamonn McCabe, picture editor of the Guardian, describes his work photographing famous faces for the newspaper.

Contributors

Presenter: Eamonn McCabe

: Masterworks

With
Jonathan Swain. Smetana Funant: Lancer CCzecD Dances) Rudolf Firkusny (piano)
10.16 Humperdtnck Suse, Liebe, Suse (Hansel and GreteAct 1)
Vienna Phiiharmonic , conductor Georg Soiti
10.27 Smetana Macbeth and the Three Witches Radoslav Kvapi ) (piano)
10.39 Janacek Love Duet (The Cunning Little Vixen, Act 2)
Vienna Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Chartes Mackerras

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain. Smetana
Piano: Rudolf Firkusny
Conductor: Vienna Phiiharmonic
Conductor: Georg Soiti
Conductor: Smetana MacBetn
Piano: Radosiav Kvapi
Conductor: Chartes MacKerras
Hansel: Brigitte Fassbaender(mezzo)
Gretel: Lucia Popp (soprano)
The Vixen: Lucia Popp (soprano)
The Fox: Eva Randova (mezzo)

: Morning Performance Cheltenham Festival 2000

A concert from the P!ttvt!te Pump Room featuring performances of Beethoven's !ast quartet and two Czech works.
Skampa Quartet: Pavel Fischer and Jana Lukasova (violins). Rad!m Sedm!dubsky (viola), Peter Jarusek (cello)
Mozart String Quartet<nB)?at. K589 Beethoven StringOua/'tet/n F. Op :t35
12.00 Orient Express - a literary Journey 3: Springtime. ByGiovanni Verga. Today's story comes from Italy and tells of two young, penniless lovers in Milan, who face up to the impossible future of their love in the face of harsh economic reality. Reader Anna Sawa.
12.20 Suk Med/tahon on an OMBonem/an Chorale "St Wenceslas", Op 35a Janacek String Ouartet No 2 (Intimate Letters,) See Performance on 3 7.30pm

Contributors

Violins: Jana Lukasova
Unknown: Peter Jarusek

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

A concert given bytheEndehion Quartet. with viotist Roger Chase
Mozart StnngOu/ntets.' ;n E/?at, K6.14; in C, K515 (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Chase

: The BBC Orchestras

BBC <Vat/ona/ Orchestra of tVa/es
Beethoven Overture: Egmont Conductor Martyn Brabb !ns
Beethoven Mo/<n Concerto )n D
Raphael 0!eg. conductor Mark Wigg )esworth Etgar Su/te; 7'he Crown ortncha. Op 66 Conductor Tadaak!0taka
Beethoven SympnonyNo 5 /n Cm/nor Conductor Grant Uewehyn ,

Contributors

Conductor: Martyn Brabb
Conductor: Mark Wigg

: Choral Evensong

From Southwell Minster. Introit: Worship ' (Paul Hale) (first broadcast). Responses (Roger Wilkes)(first broadcast).
Office Hymn: The Sun is Sinking Fast
(St Columba). Psalms 65.66.67 (Turley. Elvey. Ashfield. C Gibbons). First Lesson: Judges 15. Canticles: The Southwell Service (Andrew Carter) (first broadcast). Second Lesson: Luke 12. vv22-31.
Anthem: I Will Give Thanks unto Thee, O Lord (Carter) (first broadcast).
Hymn: Jerusalem, My Happy Home (Southwell). Organ Voluntary: impromptu. Op 5 (Jackson). Rector chori Paul Hale. Assistant organist Philip Rushforth.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Carter
Unknown: Paul Haie.
Organist: Philip Rushforth.

: In Tune

With Sean Rafferty.
Music includes at 5.45 Strauss's Memorial Waltz played by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra conducted by Neeme Jarvi; at 6.00 Lully's Chaeonne in G minor performed by Musica Antiqua Koln directed by Reinhard Goebei: and at 6.45 Vaughan Williams's English Folk Song Suite played by the London Symphony Orchestra under Adrian Boult.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Rafferty.
Unknown: Musica Antiqua
Directed By: Reinhard Goebei
Unknown: Vaughan Wixiams
Unknown: Adrian Boult.

: Performance on 3 C/te/ten/tam Festival 2000

Chris de Souza introduces a recita! from
Cheltenham Town Ha)!.
GhgorySokotov (piano)
Schubert P/ano Sonata <n A, D664
Schumann /4rat)es/<e <n C, Op IS; FDree Not/e/ettes0p21; Nos2, 7. and8 8.15 Twenty Minutes: Persona))y Speaking Four programmes in which Kevin Jackson explores the art of the essay.
3: /4nger and Outrages. The poiitica! essay, inctudingCartyie. Orwe!i and GoreVida!.
8.35 Chopin Mazurhas: /n A m;nor, Oppose (Notre Temps); Op 50: Op 63; Op 68 Nos 2-4 See Mofn'ng Performance tomorrow 11am

Contributors

Introduces: Chris de Souza

: Gfeek Song

A selection from Daitapiccoia's L;ncne
Grecne performed byJuhe Moffat (soprano) with the Ensemble interContemporain under HansZender.

Contributors

Soprano: Juhe Moffat

: Night Waves

Paul Allen and guests discuss the work of Israeli-born director Amos Gitai , whose latest film, Kadosn, continues his investigation of modern Israeli life.

Contributors

Director: Amos Gitai

: Late Junction

Verity Sharp presents Asian sounds o!d and new. with the contrasting voices of Asha Bhosie and Sheiia Chandra , and music in honour of Krishna played by Hari PrasadChaurasia.

Contributors

Unknown: Asha Bhosie
Unknown: Sheiia Chandra
Played By: Hari Prasadchaurasia.

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.

J.E. Bach: Meine Seele Erhebt den Herrn

12.25 Soler: Fandango in D minor

12.40 Crusell: Bassoon Concertino in B

1.00 A recital of organ works by Buxtehude.

2.00 Bach: Suite in A minor, BWV818a

2.15 Goldberg: Sonata in C minor

2.30 Brahms: Serenade No 1 in D, Op 11

3.15 Bartok: Dance Suite

3.30 Farkas: String Quartet

3.45 Schoenberg: Incidental Music for a Film Scene, Op 34

3.55 J Strauss (son): Waltz: Wienerblut, Op 354

4.10 Mozart: Variations on "Ah, Vous Direz-Je Maman", K265

4.20 Hummel: Trio for two violins and cello

4.35 Vivaldi flute Concerto in D, Op 10 No 3 (Goldfinch)

5.00 Schumann: Overture: Manfred

5.10 Mozart: Sarastro's aria (The Magic Flute)

5.25 Villa-Lobos: Aria (Bachianas Brasileiras No 5)

5.45 Verdi: Aida's aria (Aida, Act 4)

5.50 Grieg: Last Spring, Op 33 No 2

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain
Unknown: Soier Fandango
Unknown: Cruseh Sassoon
Unknown: Bach Sufte








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