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: Breakfast

With Sara Mohr-Pietsch .

Contributors

Unknown: Sara Mohr-Pietsch

: Classical Collection

Introduced by James Jolly.
Ravel Vocalise-Etude en Forme de Habanera
Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo), Myung-Whun Chung (piano)
10.04 Mendelssohn Songs without Words, Op 30 Daniel Adni (piano)
10.24 Wagner, arr Stokowski Parsifal - Symphonic Synthesis
Houston SO, conductor Leopold Stokowski
10.42 D Scarlatti Te Deum in C
Poulenc Quatre petites prières de Saint Francois d'Assise
Britten Antiphon , Op 56b
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
11.01 Sullivan String Quartet Yeomans Quartet
11.13 Charles Mackerras Ballet Suite: The Lady and the Fool (after Verdi)
LPO, conducted by the composer
11.44 Schoenberg A Survivor from Warsaw
Simon Callow (speaker), London Voices, London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Robert Craft

Contributors

Introduced By: James Jolly.
Unknown: Cecilia Bartoli
Piano: Myung-Whun Chung
Piano: Daniel Adni
Conductor: Leopold Stokowski
Unknown: Britten Antiphon
Conductor: Harry Christophers
Unknown: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: Robert Craft

: Composer of the Week: Orff

2/5. Donald Macleod and Michael Kater discuss how Orff's life and work were shaped by the beginning of the Third Reich, and the Nazi reaction to his 1937 work Carmina Burana. Catulli Carmina I and II
Carl Orff Choir , conductor Arthur Gross
Schulwerk (excerpts) To Boys Choir, conductor Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden ; Chamber Choir of the Munich National College of Music, conductor Fritz Schieri ; Stuttgart Chorus, conductor Heinz Mende Incidental music: Ein Sommernachtstraum
Orchestra of the Staatstheaters am Gartnerplatz, Munich, conductor Klaus E Schneider
Carmina Burana, Part 1 Berlin Radio Choir, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Michael Kater
Unknown: Catulli Carmina
Conductor: Carl Orff Choir
Conductor: Arthur Gross
Conductor: Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden
Conductor: Fritz Schieri
Conductor: Simon Rattle

: Afternoon on 3

With Penny Gore.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
The first in a series of chamber music concerts from the 2009 Mananan international Festival of Music and the Arts on the Isle of Man.
Raphael Wallf isch (cello), Stephen Coombs (piano) Bloch From Jewish Life
Mendelssohn Variations concertantes, Op 17 Franck Cello Sonata in A
2.00 BBC Proms 2009
Another chance to hear last Tuesday's Prom. Mendelssohn Symphony No 1 in C minor: Violin Concerto in E minor
Heinz Holliger irató
Prokofiev Ballet: Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)
Isabella Faust (violin), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Thierry Fischer (Revised repeat)
4.30 Chamber music from last year's Edinburgh Festival, including:
Brahms Sonata in E flat, Op 120 No 2
Paul Meyer (clarinet), Eric Le Sage (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Raphael Wallf
Cello: Stephen Coombs
Unknown: Heinz Holliger
Violin: Isabella Faust
Conductor: Thierry Fischer
Clarinet: Paul Meyer

: In Tune

With Petroc Trelawny.

: BBC Proms 2009

From the Royal Albert Hall , London, presented by Martin Handley. Charles Mackerras , renowned officianado of Gilbert and Sullivan, makes a welcome return this Proms season for a performance of Patience, the operetta that opened the famous Savoy Theatre in London in 1881. Gilbert and Sullivan Patience, Part 1 (semi-staged)
Chorus of English National Opera, BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
8.45 Twenty Minutes: Proms Literary Festival Victorians: Gilbert and Sullivan Ian McMillan explores the power of the partnership of Gilbert and Sullivan with expert Ian Bradley.
9.05 Patience, Part

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Presented By: Martin Handley.
Presented By: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: Sullivan Ian McMillan
Unknown: Ian Bradley.
Patience: Rebecca Bottone (soprano)
Lady Jane: Felicity Palmer (mezzo)
Lady Angela Pamela: Helen Stephen (mezzo)
Lady Ella: Elena Xanthoudakis (soprano)
Lady Saphir: Sophie-Louise Dann (mezzo)
Reginald Bunthorne: Simon Butteriss (baritone)
Archibald Grosvenor: Toby Stafford-Allen (baritone)
Colonel Calverley: Donald Maxwell (baritone)
Major Murgatroyd: Graeme Danby(bass)
Lt Duke of Dunstable: Bonaventura Bottone (tenor)

: Vril

Vril was the infinitely powerful energy source of a species of superhumans who populated the pioneering science-fiction novel The Coming Race by Victorian author Edward Bulwer Lytton. It was completely invented, yet many people were desperate to believe it really existed, and had the power to transform their lives. Matthew Sweet goes on their trail to find out Why. Producer Phil Tinline

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Bulwer Lytton.
Producer: Phil Tinline

: The Essay: My Son the Fiddler

2/4. Boarding at the Menuhin School
Daniel Hope enrols at the famous music school.

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Hope

: Late Junction

From his musical top hat Max Reinhardt produces a reworking of Carlo Gesualdo 's Sabato Sancto , an essentially live field recording by Tenniscoats, and some highlife roots from Fatai Rolling Dollar.
Producer Peter Meanwell EMAIL: late.junction@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Max Reinhardt
Unknown: Carlo Gesualdo
Unknown: Sabato Sancto
Producer: Peter Meanwell

: Through the Night

Spohr The Last Judgement 2.18 Haydn Arietta and 12 Variations, H XVII 3 2.36 Barber Violin Concerto
3.01 Beethoven Diabelli Variations, Op 120 3.58 Kreisler Rondino on a theme by Beethoven 4.02 Paganini
Introduction and Variations on a theme from Rossini's Mose in Egitto 4.10 Martinu Variations on a theme by Rossini 4.18 Goleminov Symphonic Variations on a theme by Dobri Hristov 4.35 Mozart String Quartet in G. K/56
4.48 Lassus Omnes de Saba Venient 4.51 Telemann Mercoledi, TWV43 G5 5.01 Paderewski, arr
Jerzy Maksymiuk Nocturne , Op 16 No 4 5.06 Saar Mazurka in G minor: Prelude in B flat minor, Op 47 No I; Birds' Song
5.15 Vedro The Magic Bird Game 5.17 Dukas The
Sorcerer's Apprentice 5.30 Kuula Scherzo: Viululleja pianolle, Op 17a No 7 5.32 Goens Scherzo 5.33 Lysenko Fantasy on two Ukrainian themes 5.42 Gibbons Fantasia a 3 No 2 (Koninklycke fantasien) 5.44 John Jenkins
Galliand 5^47 Philips Calliard 5A9 A Scarlatti Christmas Cantata 6.07 CPE Bach Wurttemburgische Sonata No 1 in A minor 6.19 Beethoven Violin Sonata in A minor, Op 23 6.39 Andricu Sinfonietta No 13, Op 123
6.47 Roger Matton Danse brésilienne 6.51 Ginastera Malambo (Estancia, Op 8a) 6.54 Cavalll Sonata a 8

Contributors

Unknown: Kreisler Rondino
Unknown: Dobri Hristov
Unknown: Jerzy Maksymiuk Nocturne
Unknown: John Jenkins
Unknown: Roger Matton Danse
Unknown: Ginastera Malambo








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