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: Martin Handley

Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Chopin Polonaise in A, Op 40 No 1 Elisabeth Leonskaya (piano)
Bantock Overture: Pierrot of the Minute Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
8.00-9.00: Bach Trio Sonata in G, BWV530 Ton Koopman (organ)
Mendelssohn Die schöne Melusine, Op 32 Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
9.00-10.00: Pérotin Alleluia Nativitas
Hilliard Ensemble
Haydn Cello Concerto in C, H Vllb 1Truls Mork,
Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, director lona Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Chopin Polonaise
Piano: Elisabeth Leonskaya
Conductor: Vernon Handley
Conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt

: lain Burnside

As Burns Night approaches, lain Burnside explores the continuing influence of Scotland's best-loved poet. Music includes James MacMillan 's From Ayrshire and Malcolm Arnold 's Tam o'Shanter. EMAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: James MacMillan
Unknown: Malcolm Arnold

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley meets singer/songwriter Katie Melua , who has sold more than 7.5 million albums. Melua acknowledges the influence of many artists on her style, including
Joni Mitchell , Eva Cassidy , and Irish folk music, but also loves classical music. Her choices include works by Beethoven, Chopin, Tchaikovsky and Ravel. Music choices: page 118

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Songwriter: Katie Melua
Unknown: Joni Mitchell
Unknown: Eva Cassidy

: The Early Music Show

The Pulley, a poem by George Herbert , is
Catherine Bott 's inspiration this week, and she plays music to illustrate the themes included within this short but meditative poem. Producer Rebecca Bean

Contributors

Unknown: George Herbert
Unknown: Catherine Bott
Producer: Rebecca Bean

: Judith Weir: Telling the Tale Songs and Tales

From LSO St Luke's in London, Tom Service introduces a recital of songs by Judith Weir alongside a selection of British folk songs arranged by an earlier generation of composers. Susan Bickley (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor), lain Burnside (piano)
Judith Weir Songs from the Exotic arr Grainqer Bold William Taylor ; The Sprig of Thyme arr Butterworth A Blacksmith Courted Me Judith Weir On Buying a Horse
FG Scott 0 Wha My Babie Clouts Will Buy?; The
Eemis Stane; The Sauchs in the Reuch Heuch Hauch Judith Weir Scotch Minstrelsy
2.50 Twenty Minutes Judith Weir talks to lain
Burnside about her songs and the texts she uses.
3.10 Judith Weir Ständchen Howells
King David Britten Proud Songsters
Haydn Wood A Brown Bird Singing
Judith Weir The Voice of Desire; Ox Mountain Was Covered with Trees

Contributors

Songs By: Judith Weir
Unknown: Susan Bickley
Tenor: Andrew Kennedy
Piano: Judith Weir
Unknown: William Taylor
Unknown: Judith Weir
Unknown: Reuch Heuch Hauch
Unknown: Judith Weir
Talks: Judith Weir
Unknown: King David Britten
Unknown: Judith Weir

: Choral Evensong

Live from Wells Cathedral. Introit: No Small
Wonder (Paul Edwards ). Responses: Bernard Rose. Psalm: 96 (Dix). First
Reading: Ezekiel 2, vv1-end: 3, vvl-4. Office Hymn: 0 Trinity of Blessed Light (Illsley). Canticles: The Wells Service (David Bednall ) (first performance). Second Reading: Galatians 1, vv11-24. Anthems: The World's Desire (Leighton). Hymn: Brightest and Best (Was lebet, arr Leighton). Homily: The Very Rev John Clarke. Organ Voluntary: Wie schon leuchtet der Morgenstern (Flor Peeters ). Organist and master of the choristers Matthew Owens. Assistant organist Jonathan Vaughn.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Edwards
Unknown: Bernard Rose.
Unknown: David Bednall
Unknown: John Clarke.
Organist: Flor Peeters
Unknown: Matthew Owens.
Organist: Jonathan Vaughn.

: Discovering Music

Stephen Johnson meets composer
George Benjamin to explore his Dance Figures and Sudden Time with the BBCSO. See also Friday at 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: George Benjamin

: The Choir

Aled Jones visits Salzburg, where Mozart wrote much of his most significant sacred choral music. Musical highlights include movements from the Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K339, Dominicus Mass ,
K66, and the Missa Solemnis in C, K337. (Revised rpt)

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: Dominicus Mass

: Drama on 3: Baghdad Wedding

When members of a wedding party are killed in a random attack in Baghdad, the lives of three friends are torn apart, with unimaginable consequences. Using startlingly poetic imagery, Iraqi writer
Hassan Abdulrazzak movingly shows how friendship survives adversity. Contains strong language.
Producer Marilyn Imrie ; Director Lisa Goldman

Contributors

Unknown: Hassan Abdulrazzak
Producer: Marilyn Imrie
Director: Lisa Goldman
Salim: Matt Rawle
Marwan: Nitzan Sharron
Ibrahim: Emilio Doorqaslngh
Kathurn: Silas Carson
Yasser: Cosh Omar
Luma: Sirine Saba
Omar: Daniel Hart
Melissa: Annie Hemingway

: Sunday Feature: Missing Moscow

Professor Ricky Burdett visits Moscow,
I currently undergoing a huge building boom, to investigate claims that its architectural treasures, including important early Modernist buildings, are being destroyed or ignored in a rush to forget a painful past. Architect
Norman Foster gives an account of his projects in Moscow, which include a tower that will be Europe's tallest. Producers Susan Marling and Emily Palmer Spoken word choices: page 119

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Ricky Burdett
Unknown: Norman Foster
Producers: Susan Marling
Producers: Emily Palmer

: Judith Weir: Telling the Tale woman.life.song

From LSO St Luke's in London, Tom Service introduces a concert given by students at the Guildhall School. Weir's Piano Concerto has an English folk song, The Sweet Primroses at the heart of the slow movement, and the song cycle that follows traces a woman's life from infancy to old age. Rowan Hellier (mezzo), Edward Pick (piano), Guildhall Chamber Orchestra, conductor Andre de Ridder
Judith Weir Piano Concerto; woman.life.song

Contributors

Piano: Edward Pick
Conductor: Andre de Ridder
Piano: Judith Weir

: Couperin

Pianist Angela Hewitt plays a selection from Pieces de Clavecin.

Contributors

Pianist: Angela Hewitt

: The Early Music Show

Catherine Bott presents a portrait of the Spanish monk and composer, Padre Antonio Soler.

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine Bott
Unknown: Padre Antonio Soler.

: Through the Night

Presented by Jonathan Swain. Musicescu Excerpts from the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom Moldova Philharmonic Chorus, lasi, conductor Doru Morariu 1.30 Bartok The
Wooden Prince 2.24 Serocki Romantic Concerto for piano and orchestra 2A9 Chopin Six Songs (Polish Songs, Op 74)
3.08 Saint-Saens Piano Trio No I in F, Op 18 3.38 Mozetich The Passion of Angels - Concerto for two harps and orchestra
4.00 Regnart Nunc Dimittis 4.02 Clemens non Papa
Ave Maria 4.05 Marais Allemande: Monsr Lully 4.16 Besard Ma Belle Si Ton Ame (Thesaurus Harmonicus) 4.19 Faure Nocturne No I in E flat minor, Op 33 No 14.28 Hubay Der Zephir (Six Blumenleben, Op 30 No 5) 4.32 Gratton Symphonic poem: Legende 4.41 Ruppe Duetto in F
4.52 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in D, RV230 (LEstro Armonico)
5.00 Schubert Overture in B flat 5.06 D Scarlatti
Sonata in C, KM32, Sonata in C, Kk133 5.17 Anon Fortuna Disperata 5.22 Anon 16th century Fortune, My Foe; Go and Catch 5.26 Platti Trio in C minor for oboe, bassoon and continuo 5.36 Benoit Entr 'acte; Valse (Charlotte Corday) 5.39 Ravel Chants Populaires 5.53 Yanev Rhythms in Re 6.00 Liadov From the Apocalypse
6.09 Eckhard Piano Sonata in F Op 2 No 16.24 Lysenko Fantasy on Two Ukrainian Themes 6.32 Bruch Eight Pieces for clarinet, viola and piano, Op 83 Nos 5-8
6.53 Halevy Aria: Quand de la Nuit I'Epais Nuage (L'Eclair)

Contributors

Presented By: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Doru Morariu
Unknown: Hubay Der
Unknown: Ruppe Duetto
Unknown: Anon Fortuna
Unknown: Benoit Entr








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