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: Morning on

With Penny Gore.
Marcel Bitsch Four variations on a theme of D Scarlatti Hakan Hardenberger (trumpet), Roland Pontinen (piano)
6.40 Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo theme in A, Op 33 Truls Mork (cello), Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Mariss Jansons
7.00 Lully Suite: Alceste Le Concert des Nations, director Jordi Savall
7.45 Debussy Première Rapsodie James Campbell (clarinet), John York (piano)
8.00 Elgar Overture: Froissart New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
8.45 Uszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 5 in E minor Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan

Contributors

Unknown: Penny Gore.
Unknown: Marcel Bitsch
Unknown: Scarlatti Hakan Hardenberger
Piano: Roland Pontinen
Conductor: Mariss Jansons
Director: Jordi Savall
Clarinet: John York
Conductor: John Barbirolli
Conductor: Herbert von Karajan

: Composer of the Week: Tallis

3: When Elizabeth I ascended the throne the religious tide turned back towards
Protestantism. Donald Macleod looks at some of Tallis's English anthems and at some examples of the elaborate polyphonic works he continued to write. Purge Me, 0 Lord Tallis Scholars Loquebantur Variis Linguis;
Videte Miraculum Taverner Choir, director Andrew Parrott
Verily, Verily / Say unto You; A New
Commandment; 0 Lord Give Thy Holy Spirit; Blessed Are Those That Be Undefiled Tallis Scholars
Suscipe Quaeso The Sixteen Laudate Dominum
St John's College Choir, Cambridge, director Christopher Robinson
Absterge Domine Hilliard Ensemble

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Director: Andrew Parrott
Director: Christopher Robinson
Director: Absterge Domine Hilliard

: CD Masters

With Jonathan Swain.
Listener Request Debussy Berceuse HeroiqueOHTF National Orchestra, conductor Jean Martinon
10.06 Franck Symphonic Variations Clifford Curzon (piano),
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Adrian Boult
10.22 Mahler Ruckert-Lieder
Janet Baker (mezzo), Philharmonia, conductor John Barbirolli
10.42 Beethoven String Quartet in A, Op 18 No 5 Juilliard String Quartet
11.09 Elgar The Dream of Gerontius (conclusion)
Ambrosian Singers, Sheffield
Philharmonic Choir, Halle Choir and Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Jean Martinon
Piano: Clifford Curzon
Conductor: Adrian Boult
Conductor: Mahler Ruckert-Lieder
Conductor: Janet Baker
Conductor: John Barbirolli
Unknown: Halle Choir
Conductor: John Barbirolli
Angel: Janet Baker (mezzo)
Soul of Gerontius: Richard Lewis (tenor)

: Morning Performance

The Juilliard School
3: New York Counterpoints
At the Juilliard, PetrocTrelawny visits the jazz and drama departments and discusses some of the music composition courses available there.
Ellington The Shepherd (Sacred Concert No 2) Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Steve Reich New York Counterpoint Richard Stoltzman (clarinet)
Ewazen Shadowcatcher (excerpt) Juilliard Jazz Orchestra
Duke Ellington New Orleans Suite Juilliard Jazz Orchestra

Contributors

Clarinet: Richard Stoltzman
Clarinet: Ewazen Shadowcatcher

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Facets of Brahms Martin Handley introduces another concert, recorded in 2001 at the Djanogly Recital Hall in Nottingham, exploring the facets of Brahms's musical personality. Yvonne Fontane (mezzo),
Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Piers Lane (piano)
Brahms Viola Sonata No 2 in E flat,
Op 120 No 2; Zigeunerlieder, Op 103; Two Lieder for voice, viola and piano, Op 91

Contributors

Introduces: Brahms Martin Handley
Viola: Lars Anders Tomter

: BBC Orchestras

BBC National Orchestra of Wales - 20th-century Clarinet Concertos Presented by Sandy Burnett. Copland Appalachian Spring Conductor Gisele Ben-Dor
Michael Berkeley Coronach Conductor Richard Hickox
Michael Berkeley Clarinet Concerto
Robert Plane, conductor Gisele Ben-Dor Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A Conductor Gisele Ben-Dor

Contributors

Presented By: Sandy Burnett.
Conductor: Gisele Ben-Dor
Conductor: Michael Berkeley Coronach
Conductor: Richard Hickox
Conductor: Gisele Ben-Dor
Conductor: Gisele Ben-Dor

: Making Tracks

With Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.

Contributors

Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Adrian Dickson.

: Choral Evensong

Live from Norwich Cathedral. Introit:
Exsultate Justi (Viadana). Responses: Clucas. Psalms: 65, 66, 67 (Crotch,
Attwood, Smith). First Reading: Judges
16, wl8-31. Office Hymn: Teach Me, My God and King (Sandys). Canticles:
Gloucester Service (Howells). Second
Reading: Philippians 2, wl2-18. Anthem: Bring Us, 0 Lord God (Harris). Hymn: How Shall I Sing that Majesty (Coe Fen ). Organ Voluntary: Organ Sonata No 2 (1st mvt) (Howells). Assistant organist
Julian Thomas. Organ scholar Thomas Leech.

Contributors

Unknown: Coe Fen
Organist: Julian Thomas.
Unknown: Thomas Leech.

: In Tune

Sean Raffertywith the arts magazine.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Raffertywith

: An Evening from the Colosseum

An evening of programmes about one of the world's most evocative buildings and the society that built it -the Colosseum of Rome. Historian Bettany Hughes and her guests discuss the latest thinking on the gladiators and the games, and on the lives of the Romans who came to watch. Special features include:
It's Not Over till the Emperor Sings
Professor Edith Hall uncovers the hidden origins of opera and ballet in the Colosseum. Imaging Rome Dr Catherine Edwards sees Rome through the eyes of eminent commentators such as Gibbon, Byron, Washington, Dickens and Freud. The Roman Joy of Sex
Dr Roy Gibson on Ovid and courtship. Roman Hollywood Film expert Maria Wyke dissects the love affair between Hollywood and Ancient Rome.
The Greatest Show on Earth A look at the day-to-day running of the Colosseum, such as how citizens obtained tickets, who sat where and how they caught enough lions and tigers to supply the games. Plus reconstructed Ancient Roman music and modern music that has been inspired by Rome and its spectacles.
Producers Philip Sellars and Neil George

Contributors

Unknown: Bettany Hughes
Unknown: Professor Edith Hall
Unknown: Dr Roy Gibson
Unknown: Maria Wyke
Producers: Philip Sellars
Producers: Neil George

: Late Junction

Verity Sharp plays Latin jazz from
Chucho Valdes and new music from Celso Fonseca.

Contributors

Unknown: Verity Sharp
Unknown: Chucho Valdes
Unknown: Celso Fonseca.

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain. Dvorak Symphonic
Variations, Op 78 12.35 CPE Bach
Concerto in E flat for harpsichord and piano, Wq471.00 Songs by Scarlatti,
Handel, Schumann, Brahms, Ravel and Joaquin Nin. 1.45 Arriaga Symphony in D
2.15 Josip Stolzer Four Folk Tunes
2.25 Schubert Impromptu No 1 in C minor, D899 2.35 Beethoven Trio in B flat for clarinet, cello and piano, Op 11
3.00 5.00 BBC Schools
3.00 Together 3.15Time and Tune
3.35 Words Alive 3.50 Listen and Write
4.10 Megamaths 4.25 First Steps in Drama 4.40 School Plays
5.00 6.00 Lully Plainte d'Armide (Les Amours
Deguises) 5.05 Telemann Trio in G for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord (Essercizii Musici) 5.15 Poul Schierbeck Andante Dolorosa, Op 5 7 No 2 5.20 Hugo Lepnum Mother Tongue 5.30 Haydn Piano Sonata in E minor, H XVI 34 5.40 Trad 17th-century Hungarian Dances 5.50
J Strauss (son) Waltz: Aeolstone, Op 68

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Arriaga Symphony
Unknown: Josip Stolzer








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