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: Morning on 3

With Tommy Pearson.
Lehar Overture: The Land of Smiles
ECO, conductor Richard Bonynge
7.00 Charpentier Noëls sur les Instruments English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
7.50 J Strauss (son) Waltz: Roses from the South, Op 388 Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra, conductor Willi Boskovsky
8.00 Mendelssohn Concert Piece in Fminor, Op 113 Thea King (clarinet), Georgina Dobree (basset horn), LSO, conductor Alun Francis
8.10 Stravinsky Piano Sonata Peter Serkin
8.45 Falla El Sombrero de Tres Picos, Suite No 2 New York PO, conductor Leonard Bernstein

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Pearson.
Conductor: Richard Bonynge
Director: Trevor Pinnock
Unknown: Johann Strauss
Conductor: Willi Boskovsky
Basset: Georgina Dobree
Conductor: Alun Francis
Unknown: Peter Serkin
Conductor: Leonard Bernstein

: Composer of the Week: Gershwin

With Donald Macleod.
3: Broadway. In 1928 Gershwin composed a symphonic evocation of an American visitor strolling around Paris to a commission from the New York Symphony Society. And the early 1930s produced some of his most popular Broadway shows. Typical Self-Made American; Finaletto to Act 1 (Strike Up the Band) Don Chastain (Fletcher), Brent Barrett (Jim Townsend ), James Rocco (Sloane), Charles Goff (Col Holmes), Rebecca LukerfJoan Retcher ), Jason Graae (Timothy Harper ), Chorus, Orchestra, conductor John Mauceri
The Babbit and the Bromide (Funny Face) Fred Astaire and Adele Astaire (singers), Orchestra, conductor Julian Jones
Overture: Funny Face (orch Don Rose) Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler
How Long Has This Been Going On ? (Funny Face/Rosalie)
Audrey Hepburn (singer) An American in Paris
Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit Liza (Show Girl) Stephane Grappelli and Yehudi Menuhin (violins), Ike Isaacs and DennyWrights (guitars), Lennis Bush
(bass), Alan Clare (piano), Ronnie Verrell (drums), director Max Harris (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Unknown: Don Chastain
Unknown: Brent Barrett
Unknown: Jim Townsend
Unknown: James Rocco
Unknown: Charles Goff
Unknown: Rebecca Lukerfjoan Retcher
Unknown: Jason Graae
Unknown: Timothy Harper
Conductor: John Mauceri
Unknown: Fred Astaire
Singers: Adele Astaire
Conductor: Julian Jones
Conductor: Arthur Fiedler
Singer: Audrey Hepburn
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Unknown: Stephane Grappelli
Violins: Yehudi Menuhin
Violins: Ike Isaacs
Guitars: Lennis Bush
Bass: Alan Clare
Piano: Ronnie Verrell
Piano: Max Harris

: World Music Day 2003: The World on Our Street

Andrew McGregor and Lucy Duran with a preview of today's celebration of world music from across the globe.

: New Year's Day Concert from Vienna

Brian Kay presents the Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra's traditional new year concert of music by the Strauss family and friends, live from the Golden Hall of Vienna's Musikverein. Alongside old favourites like the Emperorand Blue
Danube waltzes, guest conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt features some of Brahms's Hungarian Dances and Weber's Invitation to the Dance, orchestrated by Berlioz.
10.50 Twenty Minutes: A Local Habitation Vienna looms large in the work of the Austrian novelist Heimito von Doderer.
Piers Burton-Page evokes Doderer's Vienna between the wars.
11.10 New Year's Day Concert, part 2

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Kay
Conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt

: World Music Day 2003: The World on Our Street

Lucy Duran and Andrew McGregor celebrate the new year with nearly ten hours of world music in which top musicians perform live from studios in five continents.

12.40 Te Vaka play the music of Polynesia from a middle-of-the-night New Zealand.

1.15 From Beijing, the Wild Children play the powerfully percussive music of Gansu Province.

2.05 Traditional music from Turkey played in Ankara by the TRT Folk Ensemble.

2.30 From Ljubljana, Jasna Vidakovic introduces Slovenian band Terra Folk, who mix gypsy traditions with local music.

3.15 One of Finland's hottest folk-based bands, Varttina, perform live from Helsinki.

3.45 From Kenya, Kayamba Afrika sing traditional and topical a cappella music from the BBC's studio in Nairobi.

4.30 Nick Spitzer in Lafayette, Louisiana, introduces Feufollet, a young Cajun band who are bringing new life to the almost-lost francophone songs of the southern United States.

Contributors

Unknown: Lucy Duran
Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Te Vaka
Introduces: Jasna Vidakovic
Unknown: Kayamba Afrika
Unknown: Nick Spitzer

: The Bayreuth Ring

Gotterdammerung
Siegfried and Brunnhilde luxuriate in their new love. But new adventures await
Siegfried and he winds up in the corrupt court of Gunther, Gutrune and their evil half-brother Hagen. Actl
Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, conductor Adam Fischer

Contributors

Conductor: Adam Fischer
1st Norn: Slmone Schroder(contralto)
2nd Norn: Lrmgard Vilsmaler(mezzo)
3rd Norn: Judit Nemeth(soprano)
Brunnhilde: Evelyn Herlrtzius(soprano)
Siegfried: Wolfgang Schmidt(tenor)
Gunther: Olaf Bar(baritone)
Hagen: John Tomlinson(bass)
Gutrune: Yvonne Wledstruck(soprano)
Waltraute: Uoba Braun(mezzo)

: World Music Day 2003: The World on Our Street

I Andrew McGregor and Lucy Duran are joined by DJ Ritu for a look around the UK's own musical global village.
7.30 From Leicester, Chandu Mattani sings sacred songs from the Hindu tradition.
7.50 Venezuelan singer Lino Rocha is joined by Latino-Celtic band Rumba Caliente in a spicy set from Glasgow.
8.15 Afro-Caribbean gospel music from Card iff with the Impact Gospel Singers.
8.35 From Belfast, Padraigin Ni Uallachain and Len Graham perform songs from the traditions of south-east Ulster.
9.00 Bristol-based Congolese drummer Koko Kanyinda leads his ten-piece band Soukous Koumbele in Congolese rumba.
9.30 Live at
Dlngwalls Andy Kershaw presents a concert live from Dingwalls in London. The Dhol Foundation, led by master drummer
Johnny Kalsi , combine the exciting sound of the large North Indian dhol drum with restless tabla beats and modern dance sounds. Singer- songwriter and virtuoso guitarist Manecas Costa from Guinea
Bissau is one of the finest new voices to emerge from Africa, and R'n'B singer Ellis Hooks 's band includes guitarist Jon Tiven and Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Lucy Duran
Unknown: Chandu Mattani
Singer: Lino Rocha
Unknown: Padraigin Ni Uallachain
Unknown: Len Graham
Unknown: Koko Kanyinda
Unknown: Dlngwalls Andy Kershaw
Unknown: Johnny Kalsi
Guitarist: Manecas Costa
Singer: Ellis Hooks
Guitarist: Jon Tiven
Bassist: Glen Matlock.

: Through the Night

With Susan Sharpe.
Vivaldi Cello Concerto in E minor, RV409
12.15 Arriaga Symphony in D
12.45 Sheppard Gaude , Gaude, Gaude, Maria Virgo 1.00 Bach, arr Liszt Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV543 Mozart Piano Sonata in F, K332 Villa-Lobos
A Mare Encheu ; Passa, Passa Gaviao Chopin Impromptu in F sharp, Op 36; Mazurka in B flat minor, Op 24 No 4;
Mazurka in C, Op 56 No 2 Mendelssohn Song without Words in C, Op 67 No 4 (Spinnerlied) 1.50 Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 1272.30 Brahms
11 Zigeunerlieder, Op 103 2.50 Schoeck Violin Concerto in B flat, Op 21 (Quasi una Fantasia) 3.25 Dora Pejacevic Symphony No 1 in F sharp minor, Op 41
4.15 Palestrina Tu Es Petrus
4.25 Faggloli Marte Ammore Guerra e
Pace (La Cilia) 4.35 CF Abel Praeludium , Adagio and Allegro 4.50 Berwald Minnen afNorska Fjallen 5.00 Uuno Klami Suomenliina Festival Overture
5.15 Messiaen Diptyque , Essai sur la Vie Terrestre et I 'Eternity 5.25 Andrlessen Ballade for oboe and piano
5.40 Hans Gal Serenade for strings, Op 46

Contributors

Unknown: Sheppard Gaude
Unknown: Maria Virgo
Unknown: Mare Encheu
Unknown: Passa Gaviao
Unknown: Chopin Impromptu
Unknown: Abel Praeludium
Unknown: Berwald Minnen
Unknown: Uuno Klami
Unknown: Messiaen Diptyque
Unknown: Andrlessen Ballade
Piano: Hans Gal Serenade








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