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: Morning on

With Penny Gore.
Haydn Piano Sonata in E flat, H XVI 49 LeifOveAndsnes
6.45 Howells Rhapsodic Quintet
Thea King (clarinet), Britten String Quartet
7.10 Alessandro Scarlatti Totus Amore
Languens Gerard Lesne (countertenor), II Seminario Musicale
7.50 Wagner Prelude: Die Meistersinger SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Roger Norrington
8.10 Ravel La Valse
Boris Berezovsky (piano)
8.40 Walton Partita Cleveland Orchestra, conductor George Szell

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard Lesne
Conductor: Roger Norrington
Piano: Boris Berezovsky
Conductor: George Szell

: Composer of the Week: Poulenc

5: The Post-war Years. Following the end of the Second World War Poulenc began some determined career building. He and his recital partner, the baritone
Pierre Bernac , undertook a heavy schedule of international touring, encountering enthusiastic receptions in Britain and the USA. While in America he met
Lucien Roubert. the man who became a source of inspiration for both the Stabat Mater and the opera Les Dialogues des
Carmélites. America also provided the commission for one of Poulenc's most enduring wind pieces, the flute sonata, and for one of the last works he wrote, the Seven Tenebrae Responses. The success of the Carmelites prompted Poulenc to try his hand at another opera, this time a one-act play by Jean Cocteau , La Voix Humaine. Presented by Donald Macleod.
Bleuet Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Graham Johnson (piano)
Les Dialogues des Carmélites (excerpt)
Denise Duval (soprano), Rita Gorr (mezzo), Paul Finel (tenor), Paris Opera Orchestra, conductor Pierre Dervaux
Flute Sonata
Emily Beynon , Andrew West (piano)
La Voix Humaine (excerpt)
Frangoise Pollet (soprano), Lille National Orchestra, conductor, Jean-Claude Casadesus Sept Repons de Tenebres (excerpt)
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers

Contributors

Baritone: Pierre Bernac
Unknown: Lucien Roubert.
Play By: Jean Cocteau
Presented By: Donald MacLeod.
Tenor: Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Piano: Graham Johnson
Soprano: Denise Duval
Soprano: Rita Gorr
Tenor: Paul Finel
Conductor: Pierre Dervaux
Unknown: Emily Beynon
Soprano: Frangoise Pollet
Conductor: Jean-Claude Casadesus
Conductor: Harry Christophers

: Work in Progress

Maggie O'Farrell talks about writing her second novel Her Lover's Lover.

Contributors

Talks: Maggie O'Farrell

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan.
Prokofiev Symphony No 1 (Classical) Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Kirill Kondrashin
10.19 Re-issue of the Week:
Smetana String Quartet No 2 in D minor Smetana Quartet
10.38 Reger Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Mozart, Op 132
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karl Bohm
11.13 Donizetti // Dolce Suono ... Ardon gl "Incensi (Lucia di Lammermoor, Act 3) Maria Callas (soprano), Milan La Scala
Chorus, Berlin RIAS Symphony Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Conductor: Karl Bohm
Unknown: Dolce Suono
Soprano: Maria Callas

: Morning Performance

Lucie Skeaping introduces the final programme of highlights from this year's Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music.
Today soprano Anna Caterine Antonacci sings a spoof mad-song, LaPazza, by the 17th-century Neapolitan Pietro Antonio
Giramo, and Monteverdi's Combattimento di Tancredi e Clbrindawith the St James 's
Baroque Players under Ivor Bolton ; the Russian Patriarchate Choir perform 17thand 18th-century music from the Orthodox tradition; and James O'Donnell conducts the Westminster Abbey Choir and St James 's Baroque Players in Purcell's 1694 ode for Queen Mary's birthday, Come Ye Sons of Art, Away.

Contributors

Soprano: Anna Caterine Antonacci
Unknown: Neapolitan Pietro Antonio
Unknown: St James
Unknown: Ivor Bolton
Unknown: James O'Donnell
Unknown: St James

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Susan Sharpe introduces the first in a series of concerts from all around Wales.
Today's recital, part of the Crwth Chamber Music series, was recorded earlier in the year at the Swansea Museum. Sorrel Quartet
Bridge Three Idylls
Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 127

Contributors

Introduces: Susan Sharpe

: BBC Proms 2001

Another chance to hear Monday's concert from the Royal Albert Hall. Louis Lortie (piano),
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor OsmoVanska
Nielsen Symphony No 2 (The Four Temperaments)
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1
Vaughan Williams A London Symphony (Symphony No 2) (R)

Contributors

Piano: Louis Lortie

: Jazz Legends

Louis Armstrong
Julian Joseph marks the centenary of the New Orleans trumpeter and vocalist with a selection of classic recordings.

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Armstrong
Unknown: Julian Joseph

: In Tune

Humphrey Carpenter meets Greek
Orthodox priest Deacon Meliton , who is performing in John Tavener 's new Songof the Cosmostomorrow at the Proms. Plus music, news and new releases.

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Carpenter
Unknown: Deacon Meliton
Unknown: John Tavener

: BBC Proms 2001

Live from the Royal Albert Hall. Presented by Petroc Trelawny .
Joshua Bell (violin), BBC Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Van Pascal Tortelier Varese Arcana
Bernstein Serenade
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Inside Story Bernstein biographer Humphrey Burton talks to Sid Ramin and Willam David Brohn about the world of the orchestrator- the unsung hero of the Broadway musical.
8.15 Bernstein, orch Brohn Suite: West Side Story (first UK performance) Ravel Bolero
Repeated next Wednesday at 2pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.
Presented By: Petroc Trelawny
Conductor: van Pascal Tortelier
Unknown: Sid Ramin
Unknown: Willam David Brohn

: The Romantic Road

Ajourney through the literatures of Europe. Russia. Julian Evans talks to writers in St Petersburg and Moscow about their debt to Pushkin. (R)

Contributors

Talks: Julian Evans

: The Later Prom

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Jools Holland is joined by his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra and guests, including pianist and composer Julian Joseph and the multicultural fusionist Nitin Sawhney. Presented by Verity Sharp .

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Joseph
Presenter: Verity Sharp

: Jazz on 3

Jez Nelson introduces specially recorded sessions from the Gary Husband Trio and from piano and bass duo William Parker and Matthew Shipp.
Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress

Contributors

Introduces: Jez Nelson
Unknown: William Parker
Unknown: Matthew Shipp.
Producers: Steve Shepherd
Producers: Kathryn Willgress

: Through the Night

With Louise Fryer. Stravinsky Concerto
(Dumbarton Oaks) Szymanowski
Symphony No 4 Sibelius Symphony No 1
2.25 Weber Missa Sancta No 2 in G
(Jubelmesse) 2. 50 Bracanin Guitar Concerto 3.20 Jarzebski Diligam Te Domine; Cantate Domino; In Dec Speravit;
In Te Domine Speravi 3.45 Machaut Le Lay de Bonne Esperence, Lai No 13 4.05 John Thomas The Minstrel's Adieu to His Native Land 4.20 Mozart Piano Sonata in C,
K545 4.30 Antonio Rosetti Partita in F
4.50 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 19
5.05 Byrd Goodnight Ground in C (My Lady Nevell's Book) 5.20 Bach Oboe Concerto in G minor, BWV1056 5.30 Fasch Sonata in D minor 5.45 Gesualdo Notturno in Eflat, D897 5.55HendrikAndriessen Magna Res EstAmor

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Fryer.
Unknown: John Thomas








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