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: Morning on 3

With Penny Gore . Wagner Overture: Das Liebesverbot
Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
6.35 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 1 in F, BWV1046 Le Concert des Nations, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, conductor JordiSavall
7.25 Chabrier Souvenirs de Munich
Pierre Barbizet and Jean Hubeau
(piano, fourhands)
7.45 WF Bach Sinfonia in D
Tafelmusik, director Jeanne Lamon
8.10 Xavier Montsalvatge Five Canciones Negras Victoria de los Angeles (soprano), Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
8.22 Schubert Impromptu in A flat, D899 No 4 Maria Yudina (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Penny Gore
Conductor: Wolfgang Sawallisch
Conductor: Jean Hubeau
Director: Jeanne Lamon
Director: Xavier Montsalvatge
Unknown: Negras Victoria
Conductor: Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos

: Composer of the Week:Francis Poulenc

(1899-1963). With Donald Macleod.
1. Early Life. Born into a wealthy Parisian family, Poulenc mixed with some of the most influential artistic personalities of the period, including Ricardo Vines, Erik Satie and Georges Auric. Poulenc's Les Biches, written for Russian ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev , established his international reputation.
Trois Mouvements Perpétuels Pascal Roge (piano)
Rapsodie Negre Francois le Roux
(baritone), French National Orchestra Soloists, conductor Charles Dutoit
Ballet Suite: Les Biches Paris Orchestra, conductor Semyon Bychkov
Sonata for piano duet (4 hands)
Pascal Roge and Jean-Philippe Collard Le Bestiaire ou Cortege d'Orphee Jean-Christophe Benoit (baritone), Paris Conservatoire Soloists, conductor Georges Pretre Producer Johannah Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Unknown: Erik Satie
Unknown: Georges Auric.
Unknown: Sergei Diaghilev
Piano: Pascal Roge
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Conductor: Semyon Bychkov
Unknown: Pascal Roge
Conductor: Georges Pretre
Producer: Johannah Smith

: Work in Progress

A daily series in which artists talk about their current work. Maggie O'Farrell talks about writing her second novel Her Lover's Lover, a story of ghosts and psychological doubles. Producer Fiona McLean

Contributors

Talks: Maggie O'Farrell
Producer: Fiona McLean

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan. This week featuring orchestral music by Reger and performances by the Smetana Quartet. Reger Hermit Playing the Violin, Op 128
No 1 (Four Symphonic Poems after Bocklin) Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gerd Albrecht
10.16 Rachmaninov
Prelude in G, Op 32 No 5;
Prelude in G sharp minor, Op 32 No 12 Vladimir Horowitz (piano)
10.21 Schubert String Quartet in E flat, D87 Smetana Quartet
10.43 Villa-Lobos Choros No 10: Rasga 0 Coracao Mexico Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Fernando Lozano
10.57 Strauss Heimliche Aufforderung,
Op 27 No 3; Die Nacht, Op 10 No 3; Befreit, Op 39 No 4; Standchen, Op 17 No 2
Nicolai Gedda (tenor), Gerald Moore (piano)
11.11 Reger Isle of the Dead, Op 128
No 3 (Four Symphonic Poems after Bocklin) Berlin RSO, conductor Gerd Albrecht

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Conductor: Gerd Albrecht
Piano: Vladimir Horowitz
Conductor: Fernando Lozano
Tenor: Nicolai Gedda
Tenor: Gerald Moore
Conductor: Gerd Albrecht

: Morning Performance

Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music Lucie Skeaping introduces a week of highlights from the festival in London, which this yearfocuses on the glories of the human voice. Today's programme includes Monteverdi's Lamento d'Arianna performed by I Fagiolini; Purcell's birthday ode for Queen Mary, Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind, performed by Westminster Abbey Choir with the St James Baroque Players under James O'Donnell; and Bach's Cantata No 54: Widerstehe Ooch derSunde performed by countertenor
Michael Chance with the Purcell Quartet.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Chance

: BBC Proms Chamber Music

Live from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Stephanie Hughes presents a recital which celebrates the nostalgic landscape ofthe English pastoral imagination. Thomas Allen (baritone),
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Flnzi Let Us Garlands Bring
Wolf Morike Lieder (excerpts)
Britten The Sally Gardens; The Plough Boy; The Miller of Dee
Vaughan Williams Silent Noon
Butterworth Six Songs from "A Shropshire Lad"

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Museum.
Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Baritone: Thomas Allen
Piano: Malcolm Martineau

: BBC Proms 2001

Another chance to hear last Thursday's concert from the Royal Albert Hall.
The Sixteen, BBC Philharmonic, conductors James MacMillan and Vassily Sinaisky Rlmsky-Korsakov
Russian Easter Festival Overture
James MacMillan Birds of Rhiannon (BBC commission, first performance) Strauss Ein Heldenleben (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.
Conductors: James MacMillan
Conductors: Vassily Sinaisky

: Stage and Screen

Tommy Pearson explores the world of music for film and asks Lord Puttnam how to choose the perfect composerforthe big screen. Plus music and a look at the latest CD and movie releases.

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Pearson

: In Tune

Humphrey Carpenter presents a selection of music and news from the arts world.

: BBC Proms 2001

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Presented by Sandy Burnett. Louis Lortie (piano),
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor OsmoVanska
Nielsen Symphony No 2
(The Four Temperaments)
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1
8.25 Twenty Minutes: The London Scene Rosalind Shanks reads from five essays by Virginia Woolf that catch the bustle of life in the capital 70 years ago.
8.45 Vaughan Williams A London Symphony (Symphony No 2) Repeated Friday at 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Presented By: Sandy Burnett.
Piano: Louis Lortie
Unknown: Rosalind Shanks
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

: The Romantic Road

Ajourneythrough the literatures of Europe. Netherlands. Julian Evans asks how today's Dutch novelists feel about a cultural heritage dominated by painters. Indeed, is there such a thing as Dutch literature at all, given the national capacity for assimilation? (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Evans

: Late Junction

Verity Sharp with more highlights from this year's Womad Festival in Reading, plus music by David Grubbs , John Zorn and Gyorgy Kurtag.

Contributors

Music By: David Grubbs
Music By: John Zorn
Music By: Gyorgy Kurtag.

: Through the Night

With Louise Fryer. Weber Clarinet Quintet in B flat, Op 34 12.35 Beethoven
Symphony No 8 in F 1.00 Beethoven String Quartet in D, Op 18 No
Chausson String Quartet in C minor, Op 35 Dvorak Piano Quintet No 2 in A, Op 81
2.25 Papandopulo Croatian Mass in D minor, Op 86 3.20 Ippolltov-lvanov Suite: Caucasian Sketches
3.45Goossens Concertino for double string orchestra 4.00 Franck Prelude, Fugue and Variations in B minor, Op 18
4.20 Falla, arr Piatigorsky Ritual Fire Dance (El Amor Brujo) 4.30 Francaix Serenade 4.40 Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (Salome) 4.50 Bellini
Trumpet Concerto in E flat 5.00 Glinka Overture: Ruslan andLyudmila 5.10
Corelli Violin Sonata in A, Op 5 No 6 5.20 Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme of Corelli, Op 42 5.35 Sweelinck 0 Domine Jesu Christe 5.50 Ton Bruynel Serene

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Fryer.








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