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Victoria Salve Regina PRO CANTIONE ANTIQUA Britten Lachrymae:
Reflections on a song by Dowland, Op 48
JOSEF KODOUSEK (viola) KVETA NOVOTNA (piano)
Purcell Overture and Rondeau from Abdelazer: ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC/HOGWOOD
Vaughan Williams Five Tudor Portraits
ELIZABETH BAINBRIDGE (contralto) JOHN CAROL CASE (baritone)
BACH CHOIR, NEW PHILHARMONIA/ willcocks. records

Contributors

Unknown:
Victoria Salve Regina
Piano:
Kveta Novotna
Contralto:
John Carol

Introduced by Michael Oliver Henry Purcell : His legacy and influence: by PETER HOLMAN 0 Ebenezer Prout, you are a horrid man!: on the 150th anniversary of Prout's birth, FRITZ SPIEGL considers whether this is a fair assessment. Women Composing: a discussion with NATAUE WHEEN Osud: autobiography or fiction or both? A talk by RODNEY milnes Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and ANDREW LYLE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Introduced By:
Henry Purcell
Unknown:
Peter Holman
Unknown:
Fritz Spiegl
Talk By:
Rodney Milnes
Producers:
Graham Sheffield
Producers:
Andrew Lyle

After Henry Purcell 's untimely death in 1695, his fellow musicians were quick to pen their tributes to the 'English Orpheus'. This first of two programmes includes instrumental music by Godfrey Finger and Thomas Morgan , and Jeremiah Clarke 's Ode: Come, come along. NANCY ARGENTA (SOprano)
MICHAEL CHANCE (counter-tenor) CHARLES DANIELS (tenor)
MICHAEL PEARCE (baritone) THE PLAYFORD CONSORT
THE PARLEY OF INSTRUMENTS
BAROQUE ORCHESTRA leader MILES GOLDING directed by ROY GOODMAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Purcell
Music By:
Godfrey Finger
Music By:
Thomas Morgan
Music By:
Jeremiah Clarke
Tenor:
Charles Daniels
Baritone:
Michael Pearce
Directed By:
Roy Goodman

Rimsky-Korsakov Spanish Caprice - Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit

Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain - Alicia De Larrocha (piano), London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck De Burgos

Ballet: El amor brujo - Huguette Tourangeau (mezzo-soprano), Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit

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(soprano) with James Levine (piano) Spiritual: Witness Faure Mandoline
Strauss Schlagende Herzen ;
Allerseelen; Ich wollt' ein Strausslein binden; Sausle liebe Myrte
Spirituals: Honor, honor; His name so sweet; He's got the whole world in his hand
(Austrian Radio recording from the 1984 Salzburg Festival)

Contributors

Piano:
James Levine
Unknown:
Faure Mandoline
Unknown:
Strauss Schlagende Herzen

John Maynard Smith , Professor of Biology, is as much concerned with the evolution of behaviour as with that of form. He discusses with Lewis Wolpert how this enables him to combine watching animals doing sums, and discovering that a piece of mathematics tells you something about things you see while birdwatching
Producer ALISON RICHARDS

Contributors

Unknown:
John Maynard Smith
Unknown:
Lewis Wolpert
Producer:
Alison Richards

by GERRY JONES with Ray Smith , Peter Jeffrey Jim Norton and Cyril Shaps
A man awakens beside the grave of Dylan Thomas. He walks into the local pub and meets one of the characters out of Under Milk Wood. Who is he and what is he doing?

Contributors

Unknown:
Gerry Jones
Unknown:
Ray Smith
Unknown:
Peter Jeffrey
Unknown:
Jim Norton
Unknown:
Cyril Shaps
Unknown:
Dylan Thomas.
Man:
Ray Smith
Psychiatrist:
Peter Jeffrey
Orderly:
Sean Barrett
Welshman/Policeman:
Haydn Jones
Fisherman:
Christopher Douglas
Barman/Doctor:
David Garth
Old blind man:
Cyril Shaps
Landlord:
Brian Carroll
American man:
William Hope
American woman:
Maggie McCarthy

Opera in two acts. Text and music by Thea Musgrave
Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery in 1849 and devoted her life to helping other slaves escape along the 'Underground Railroad'.
A live relay of the world première production by Virginia Opera at the Norfolk Center Theater, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
Virginia Opera Association Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Peter Mark
Technical services by WFMT, CHICAGO (In association with Norfolk Southern Corporation) Act 1

Contributors

Music By:
Thea Musgrave
Music By:
Harriet Tubman
Conducted By:
Peter Mark

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

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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