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Elgar Imperial March, Op 32: ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR CHARLES GROVES
8.11* 0 my heart; Madame d'amours (Henry VIII 's Book) BILLIARD ENSEMBLE
8.17* Handel Ode for the Birthday of Queen
Anne SOLOISTS , CHOIR OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, OXFORD ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by SIMON PRESTON
8.43. Thomas Tomkins The Fauns and Satyrs tripping (The Triumphs of Oriana): PRO cantione antiqua, directed by IAN PARTRIDGE (tenor)
8.48* Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No
1, in D: ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. conducted by SIR
CHARLES GROVES: records

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Charles Groves
Unknown:
Henry Viii
Unknown:
Handel Ode
Unknown:
Anne Soloists
Directed By:
Simon Preston
Directed By:
Thomas Tomkins
Directed By:
Ian Partridge

Royal Music THE SUN LIFE STANSHAWE BAND, conductor DEREK BOURGEOIS , plays Vivat Regina by William Mathias , Orb and Sceptre by Walton, a march from Cornwall, and a wedding march. BBC Bristol. VHF only

Contributors

Conductor:
Derek Bourgeois
Unknown:
Vivat Regina
Unknown:
William Mathias

Presenter Lionel Salter A Handel Discovert DAVID LASOCKI talks about a ' new ' Flute Sonata. He introduces performances of this and the Sonata Op, No 5, which, he argues, was originally composed for the oboe. STEPHEN PRESTON (flute) DAVID REICHENBERG (Oboe) ANTHONY PLEETH (cello) LUCY CAROLAN (harpsichord) Tico 40-part Motets IAIN FENLON considers the close connection between the works by Striggio and Tallis which conclude Radio 3's Bavarian Royal Wedding of 1568 on Wednesday. Illustrations include a first broadcast of Striggio's madrigal In honour of Elizabeth and England.

Contributors

Presenter:
Lionel Salter
Unknown:
Handel Discovert
Talks:
David Lasocki
Flute:
Stephen Preston
Unknown:
Iain Fenlon

including a performance of ' Elijah ' conducted by KARL RICHTER , who died last February. Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by MOSHE ATZMON (record) Songs without Words MALCOLM BINNS (piano) Fugue in I flat: (Four Pieces, Op 81): GABRIELLI STRING QUARTET (record) Elijah (sung In German) EDITH MATHIS (soprano) RUZA BALDANI (contralto) SIEGFRIED JERUSALEM (tenor), ULRIK COLD (bass) NORTH GERMAN RADIO CHORUS AND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by KARL RICHTER

Contributors

Conducted By:
Karl Richter
Conducted By:
Moshe Atzmon
Piano:
Malcolm Binns
Soprano:
Edith Mathis
Tenor:
Siegfried Jerusalem
Conducted By:
Karl Richter

CYÕRGY PAUK (violin) ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano) Schubert Rondo brilUnt in B minor (b 895) Mozart Sonata in A (K 526)
6.30* Interval Readinf
6.35*Concert. Part 2 Mozart Sonata in i minor (K 304) Schubert Fantasy In (D 934).

Contributors

Piano:
Andras Schiff
Piano:
Schubert Rondo

direct from the Royal Albert Hall,
London
Suzanne Murphy (sop) Philip Fowke (piano) London Chorale
London Choral Society BBC Concert Orchestra leader JOHN BRADBURY conducted by Nicholas Cleobury. Part 1 Ravel Alborada del gracioso
Paul Patterson Voices of Sleep (first UK Performance)

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert
Piano:
Philip Fowke
Leader:
John Bradbury
Conducted By:
Nicholas Cleobury.
Unknown:
Paul Patterson

A portrait of Jonathan Edwards , writer and Calvinist preacher in New England 1703-58
Compiled and presented by Mike Walker
Reader Blain Fairman
The God that holds you over the pit of hell, much as one holds a spider, or some loathsome insect over the fire, is dreadfully provoked: and yet it is nothing but his hand that holds you from falling into the fire every moment '.
Producer
SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Edwards
Presented By:
Mike Walker
Reader:
Blain Fairman
Unknown:
Shaun MacLoughlin.

The Vision of Geoffrey Grigson
The poet, anthologist. naturalist, art-historian and critic
Geoffrey Grisson talks to
Paul Bailey about his life and work.
Producer DAVID PERRY

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Grigson
Talks:
Geoffrey Grisson
Unknown:
Paul Bailey
Producer:
David Perry

BBC Radio 3

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Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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