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The first of 13 programmes of Brahms' chamber works in historic performances (arr Joachim)
Hungarian Dance No 2 in D minor
JOSEPH JOACHIM (violin) with piano
Allegro (FAE Sonata)
NATHAN MILSTEIN (violin) CARLO bussotti (piano)
Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34: BUSCH QUARTET RUDOLF SERKIN (piano)
Hungarian Dance No 17 in F minor arr
Heifetz JASCHA HEIFETZ (violin) BROOKS SMITH (piano) mono records

Contributors

Violin:
Joseph Joachim
Violin:
Nathan Milstein
Piano:
Rudolf Serkin
Violin:
Heifetz Jascha Heifetz
Piano:
Brooks Smith

Handel, arr Beecham Gavotte and Scherzo (from 'Amaryllis' Suite): RPO/BEECHAM
Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto No 5 in A minor, Op 37 CHO-UANG UN (violin)
MINNESOTA ORCHESTRA/MARRINER Faure La Chanson d'Eve ELLY AMEUNG (soprano) DALTON BALDWIN (piano)
Strauss Metamorphosen BERLIN PO/KARAJAN: records

Contributors

Unknown:
Beecham Gavotte
Piano:
Dalton Baldwin

Introduced by Michael Oliver The Papal Choir in the 16th century by BRUNO TURNER
The Music Monster: william
MANN reviews a new biography of the Victorian music critic J. W. Davison.
The things our father loved: the songs of Charles Ives by PETER DICKINSON
Producer GRAHAM SHEFFIELD (Repeated: Monday 2.0pm)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
J. W. Davison.
Unknown:
Charles Ives
Unknown:
Peter Dickinson
Producer:
Graham Sheffield

conducted by ANTONY PAY FELICITY PALMER (soprano) WILLARD WHITE (baSS)
Britten Prelude and Fugue, Op 29
Nicholas Maw Life Studies (Nos 2, 6, 7, 8)
11.55* Interval Reading
12.0* Shostakovich Symphony No 14
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Conducted By:
Antony Pay
Soprano:
Felicity Palmer

directed by TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord)
Purcell Suite: The Faery Queen
Albinoni Concerto a cinque in D minor, Op 9 No 2 for oboe and strings
Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor (bwv 1052)
2.35* Interval Reading
2.40* Telemann Violin
Concerto in B flat (per il Sgr Pisendel)
Bach Concerto in c minor, for oboe and violin (BWV 1060) BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Directed By:
Trevor Pinnock
Unknown:
Bach Concerto

Many museums and galleries have recently revived historical styles of display in a reaction against the cold neutrality of modem galleries. Stephen Bann , Reader in Modern Cultural Studies at the University of Kent, argues that such changes have an important effect on the way art is understood.

Contributors

Reader:
Stephen Bann

Dr Roger Pooley of Keele
University advances a claim for the Elizabethan writer George Gascoigne.
Reader SEAN BARRETT Producer FRASER STEEL
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Roger Pooley
Reader:
George Gascoigne.
Reader:
Sean Barrett
Producer:
Fraser Steel

Works for male voices by composers associated with the Sistine Chapel, performed by PRO MUSICA SACRA conductor BRUNO TURNER
Johannes Ockeghem Salve
Regina; Intemerata Dei Mater Josquin des Pres Illibata Dei
Virgo Palestrina 'Oratio Jeremiae Prophetae
6.35* Interval Reading
6.40* Morales Missa 'Mille Regretz'

Contributors

Conductor:
Bruno Turner
Conductor:
Johannes Ockeghem Salve
Unknown:
Virgo Palestrina
Unknown:
Morales Missa

by Thomas Middleton, adapted by Peter Barnes
with Roy Marsden as Follywit, James Villiers as Sir Bounteous Progress, Theresa Streatfeild as Francesca and Ian McDiarmid as Penitent Brothel

A rare revival of one of Middleton's greatest Jacobean city comedies: Follywit, kept penniless by his rich grandfather Sir Bounteous Progress, is determined to get his hands on some of his future inheritance while he is still young enough to enjoy it. With the help of wit and disguise things seem to go his way but in the end perhaps, the biter will be bit.
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Contributors

Author:
Thomas Middleton
Adapted by:
Peter Barnes
Director:
Penny Gold
Follywit:
Roy Marsden
Sir Bounteous Progress:
James Villiers
Francesca:
Theresa Streatfeild
Penitent Brothel:
Ian McDiarmid
Hoboy:
Steve Hodson
Mawworm:
Simon Hewitt
Francesca's mother:
Brenda Bruce
Harebrain:
Stephen Thorne
Mistress Harebrain:
Miranda Forbes
Posset:
James Kerry
Inesse:
Jim Reid
Sir Colewort/Jasper:
Hugh Dickson
Gunwater/Rafe:
Ronald Baddiley
Constable/Watchman:
Chas Bryer
Footman:
David Gooderson

Holmboe Chamber Symphony No 1, Op 53 (1951)
Phyllis Tate St Martha and the Dragon, for narrator, soprano, tenor, children's choir, chorus and orchestra (first broadcast performance) RICHARD BAKER (narrator) EIDDWEN HARRHY (soprano) ADRIAN THOMPSON (tenor)
FINCHLEY CHILDREN'S MUSIC GROUP Director RONALD CORP
RICHARD HICKOX SINGERS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA conducted by RICHARD hickox

Contributors

Narrator:
Richard Baker
Soprano:
Eiddwen Harrhy
Tenor:
Adrian Thompson
Director:
Ronald Corp
Singers:
Richard Hickox
Conducted By:
Richard Hickox

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