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: Morning on

With Penny Gore.
Offenbach Overture: La Belle Helene
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
6.17 Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
7.00 Vivaldi Concerto in F for multiple instruments, RV574
Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, conductor Gottfried von der Goltz
7.38 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D, BWV1050 Bach Collegium Japan, conductor Masaaki Suzuki
8.00 Herold Overture: Zampa BBC
Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
8.30 J Strauss (son) Waltz: Treasure, Op 418 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner

Contributors

Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Conductor: Gottfried von Der Goltz
Conductor: Bach Brandenburg
Conductor: Masaaki Suzuki
Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
Conductor: Fritz Reiner

: Composer of the Week: Witold Lutoslawski

(1913-94). 1: Early Works to 1949
Witold Lutoslawski's family escaped the German occupation of Poland in 1915 by moving to Moscow, only to face the October Revolution. Lutoslawski was mobilised in Poland in 1939 and though he was arrested by the Germans he managed to escape and walked the 400 km back to Warsaw. Having survived the war by ekeing out a living playing piano on the cafe circuit, his First Symphony was the first major Polish work to be banned, in 1947, by the communist cultural commissars. Donald Macleod introduces the works that survive from this turbulent early period of the composer's life.
Lacrimosa Stefania Woytowicz (soprano), Silesian Philharmonic Choir, Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra in Katowice conducted by the Composer Symphonic Variations
Polish Radio National Symphony
Orchestra conducted by the Composer
Two Studies: No 2 Ann Martin-Davis (piano) Variations on a Theme by Paganini Ann Martin-Davis and Susan Legg (pianos) Symphony No 1
Polish Radio National Symphony
Orchestra conducted by the Composer
Producer Megan Jones

Contributors

Introduces: Donald MacLeod
Soprano: Lacrimosa Stefania Woytowicz
Unknown: Paganini Ann Martin-Davis
Pianos: Susan Legg
Producer: Megan Jones

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan. Featuring piano quintets, and recordings by Witold Rowicki.
Szymanowski Overture de Concert, Op 12 Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Witold Rowicki
10.13 Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D66 7 (Trout) Rudolf Koeckert (violin), Oskar Riedl (viola), Josef Merz (cello), Georg Maximilian Hortnagel (double bass), Christoph Eschenbach (piano)
10.49 Compere Crux Triumphans Pro
Cantione Antiqua , director Bruno Turner
10.56 Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor Sviatoslav Richter (piano),
Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Witold Rowicki

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Violin: Rudolf Koeckert
Violin: Oskar Riedl
Viola: Josef Merz
Cello: Georg Maximilian Hortnagel
Piano: Christoph Eschenbach
Unknown: Cantione Antiqua
Director: Bruno Turner
Piano: Sviatoslav Richter

: Morning Performance

York Early Music Festival 2002
Lucie Skeaping introduces the first of this week's programmes featuring a selection of music recorded at last year's York Early Music Festival, where the theme was traditional Spanish music. This morning the focus is on performances given by Hesperion XXI, the Orchestra of the Renaissance, and the Harp Consort, with Andrew Lawrence-King .

Contributors

Introduces: Lucie Skeaping
Unknown: Andrew Lawrence-King

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Live from the Wigmore Hall in London, presented by Fiona Talkington. Noriko Ogawa (piano)
Debussy Reverie; Preludes, Book 1; L'lsle Joyeuse Repeated Sunday lpm

Contributors

Presented By: Fiona Talkington.
Piano: Noriko Ogawa

: BBC Orchestras

BBC National Orchestra of Wales - Elgar Symphonies
Conductor Richard Hickox
This week's cycle of Elgar's symphonies begins with the magnificent First Symphony conducted by a great champion of Elgar's music, Richard Hickox. And
Steven Isserlis is the soloist in David Matthews 's magical evocation of the island of Lundy. Presented by Martin Handley. Weber Overture: Oberon
David Matthews Concerto in Azzurro, Op87 Steven Isselis (cello)
Eigar Symphony No 1 in A flat

Contributors

Conductor: Richard Hickox
Music: Richard Hickox.
Music: Steven Isserlis
Unknown: David Matthews
Presented By: Martin Handley.
Unknown: David Matthews
Cello: Steven Isselis

: Making Tracks

Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present a selection of music foryounger listeners.

Contributors

Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Adrian Dickson

: Stage and Screen

Reprise: Richard Rodgers. Another chance to hear Edward Seckerson 's centenary tribute, in conversation with the composer's daughter Mary Rodgers. The first of two programmes explores masterpieces from his first major songwriting partnership with lyricist Lorenz Hart , including On Your Toes and Pal Joey.
ADDRESS: Stage and Screen, Room 220, Broadcasting House, Queen Margaret Drive , Glasgow, G12 8DG EMAIL: stageandscreen@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Rodgers.
Unknown: Edward Seckerson
Unknown: Mary Rodgers.
Unknown: Lorenz Hart
Unknown: Pal Joey.
Unknown: Queen Margaret Drive

: In Tune

Sean Rafferty is joined by soprano Emma Kirkbyand lutenist Jakob Lindberg.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Rafferty
Soprano: Emma Kirkbyand
Unknown: Jakob Lindberg.

: Performance on 3: Momentum -theMusic of Mark-Anthony Turnage

Recorded at the Barbican, London, on Saturday. Turnage's first opera, written between 1986 and 1988, sets
Steven Berkoff 's play Greek, a contemporary reworking of the Oedipus myth, in a brilliant and witty score. Presented by John Tusa . Turnage Greek
London Sinfonietta, conductor Jac van Steen

Contributors

Unknown: Steven Berkoff
Presented By: John Tusa
Conductor: Jac van Steen
Wife: Rebecca de Pont Davies (mezzo)
Eddy: Roderick Williams (baritone)
Mum: Mary Plazas (soprano)
Dad: Richard Chew (bass-Baritone)

: Orchestra of the Age ofEnlightenment

Mozart Symphony No 35 in D (Haffner) Recorded in Bath Abbey atthe 2001 MozartFest.

: Night Waves

Richard Coles considers the unusual story of Arthur Munby , poet and friend of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, and Hannah Culwick , a scullery maid whom Munby fell in love with and married. Their relationship forms the subject of a new book by Diane Arkinson : Love and Dirt.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Coles
Unknown: Arthur Munby
Unknown: Hannah Culwick
Book By: Diane Arkinson

: Late Junction

Among Fiona Talkington 's selections are highlights from last summer's Kaustinen Folk Festival in Finland, and an Uzbekistani lullaby sung by Sevara Nazarkhan.

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Talkington
Sung By: Sevara Nazarkhan.

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
Bach Violin Concerto in E, BWV1042
12.20 Tchaikovsky Serenade in C, Op 48
1.00 Highlights from the semi-final round of the Concours International de Montreal des Jeunesses Musicales 2002 voice competition.
2.55 Bach Prelude and Fugue in C minor, BWV84 7 (Das Wohltemperierte Klavier)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Tchaikovsky Serenade

: BBC Schools

3.00 Let's Write a Story 3.25 Alphabet Time
3.35 Hopscotch 3.50 Hop, Skip and Jump
4.05 Stop, Think, Wonder 4.20 Scottish
Resources 10-12 4.40 Scottish Secondary








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