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First of five programmes of chamber music recordings made by the British clarinettist, who died last year.
Templeton Pocket-sized Sonata with BROOKS smith (piano) Mozart Trio in E flat (K 498) with LILLIAN FUCHS (viola) MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI (piano)
Brahms Trio in A minor, Op 114
With ANTHONY PINl (cello) LOUIS KENTNER (piano) gramophone records

Contributors

Viola:
Lillian Fuchs
Piano:
Mieczyslaw Horszowski

Handel Organ Concerto in 1) minor, Op 7 No 4
SIMON PRESTON , MENUHll'f ORCHESTRA, conducted by YEHUDI MENUHIN
Bruch Concerto for two pianos and orchestra.
Op 88a: MARTIN BERKOFSKY and NATHAN TWINING LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by ANTAL dohati Durufle Requiem kiri TE KANAWA (soprano) SIEGMUND NIMSCERN (baritone)
AMBROS1AN SINGERS
DESBOROUGD SCHOOL CHOIR NEW PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDREW DAVIS

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Preston
Conducted By:
Yehudi Menuhin
Unknown:
Martin Berkofsky
Conducted By:
Antal Dohati
Conducted By:
Durufle Requiem
Conducted By:
Andrew Davis

Presenter Michael Oliver A Russian eclectic: the music of Anton Arensky considered by DAVID BROWN. The musician's bookshelf: a review of some recent publications.
1 Don't spit in the Beethoven: ': a personal view of classical music in China by Michael DE HAVILLAND. Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD
(Repealed: Wed 2.0 pm)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
Anton Arensky
Unknown:
David Brown.
Unknown:
Michael De Havilland.
Producer:
Graham Sheffield

An opera in three acts by Richard Wagner (sung in German) A recording of the 1981 La Scala production in which CLAUDIO ABBADO made his Wagner debut.
CHORUS OF LA SCALA. chorus-master ROMANO gandoi
CHAMBER CHOIR OF BULGARIAN RADIO
ORCHESTRA OF LA SCALA conducted by CLAUDIO ABBADO. Act 1
(Italian Radio recordino)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Wagner
Unknown:
Claudio Abbado
Chorus Master:
Romano Gandoi
Conducted By:
Claudio Abbado.

The beautiful little theatre at Drottningholm in Sweden has had two lives -the first in the 18th century as the Court
Theatre of Queen Lovisa Ulrika and her remarkable son Gustav III. the second in our own age as an opera house of growing international importance. In between the two, it slept out the whole of the 19th century.
Roger Savage investigates how far this ' Sleeping
Beauty ' remains the same after her hlberalion. With the voices of ELISABETH SODERSTROM
MARY SKEAPING"
CHARLES FARNCOMBE and hakan hagegard. Readers NICOLERIE MACKENZIE and KENNETH SHANLEY
Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD

Contributors

Unknown:
Queen Lovisa Ulrika
Unknown:
Roger Savage
Unknown:
Elisabeth Soderstrom
Readers:
Nicolerie MacKenzie
Readers:
Kenneth Shanley
Producer:
Graham Sheffield

by CAREY HARRISON
An enormous Hittite head is sent to Rosemary, a primary school head-mistress, by her ex-lover, an archaeologist....
PUPILS OF COOKLEY AND
WALPOLE PRIMARY SCHOOL GEOFFREY LING (singer)
MIKE BEXON and BOB STEWART (melodeons)
A clever play mixing black comedy with a delicate observation of people. (GUARDIAN) Listen tonight and be delighted and enraged.
(SUNDAY TIMES)
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Carey Harrison
Singer:
Mike Bexon
Singer:
Bob Stewart
Directed By:
Shaun MacLoughlin
as Rosemary with:
Maureen O'Brien
Hannah:
Petra Markham
Dad:
Ronald Russell
Mrs Tooley:
Patsy Byrne
Colin:
Michael Troughton
Roley:
Gabriel Woolf
Geoffrey:
Christian Rodska
Tom:
Tim Bentinck
Piers:
Michael Batz
Jenny:
Julia Hills
Joe:
Cornelius Garrett
Arthur Feaveryear:
Peter Tuddenham
Lady:
Elizabeth Havelock
Old Boy:
Geoffrey Matthews

by Peter Barnes adapted from Reminiscences of Anton Chekhov by Maxim Gorky
Chekhov was a lifelong enemy of banality. But the outcome of his struggle was determined by longevity - and the Russian railway.
Read by David Suchet
(David Suchet is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

Contributors

Writer:
Peter Barnes
Adapted from a book by:
Maxim Gorky
Reader:
David Suchet
Producer:
Margaret Windham

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