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Cantata No 12: Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen
PAUL ESSWOOD (counter-tenor) KURT EQUILUZ (tenor)
MAX VAN EGMOND (bass)
TOLZ BOYS'CHOIR
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE. CAMBRIDGE
LEONHARDT CONSORT directed by GUSTAV LEONHARDT records

Contributors

Directed By:
Gustav Leonhardt

Third of eight programmes Sinfonia in B flat (Ambleto) (1715) LES SOLISTES DE PARISI HENRI-CLAUDE FANTAPIE
Sonata in F (Kk 78) (mono) JULIAN OLEVSKY (violin)
FERNANDO VALENTI (harpsichord) Sinfonia in c (Orlando) (1711)
LES SOLISTES DE PARIS/
HENRI-CLAUDE FANTAPIE Sonata in o (Kk 328) TON KOOPMAN (organ)
Introduction and Chorus: Festeggi e goda (The Four Seasons)
KARI LOVAAS (soprano)
REGINA MARHEINEKE (soprano) RIA BOLLEN (mezzo-soprano) HEINER HOPFNER (tenor)
MUNICH VOCAL SOLOISTS
MUNICH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA/
HANS LUDWIG HDtSCH records

Contributors

Violin:
Julian Olevsky
Soprano:
Regina Marheineke
Tenor:
Heiner Hopfner
Unknown:
Hans Ludwig

Mozart Piano Concerto No 19, in F (K 459): RUDOLF SERKIN
LSO/CLAUDIO ABBADO
Two horn duets (K 487 Nos 10 and 9) MEMBERS OF THE NETHERLANDS
WIND ENSEMBLE
Rafael Kubelik Quattro forme per archi: ECO/THE COMPOSER Strauss Four Last Songs LUCIA popp (soprano) LPO/KLAUS TENNSTEDT records

Contributors

Unknown:
Rudolf Serkin

Introduced by Michael Oliver Barber and the Stage: a talk by EDWARD GREENFIELD.
The Music of Sound Sculpture: by MAX EASTLEY.
Sensibility and English Song: a new publication reviewed by ROGER WRIGHT
The Wagner Tuba -A Distinctive Voice: a talk by PATRICK STREVENS. Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and ANDREW LYLE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Talk By:
Edward Greenfield.
Unknown:
Max Eastley.
Reviewed By:
Roger Wright
Talk By:
Patrick Strevens.

Opera in three acts by Tchaikovsky Libretto by VIKTOR PETROVICH
BURENIN and the composer after PUSHKIN'S poem 'Poltava'
Sung in an English translation by SIMON BAINBRIDGE , COUN PINNEY and ALAN REDDISH
CHORUS OF ENGLISH NATIONAL OPERA chorus-master MARTIN HANDLEY
ORCHESTRA OF ENGLISH NATIONAL
OPERA leader RUSSELL GILBERT conductor MARK ELDER
The action takes place in the Ukraine in the early 18th century. Act
3.30* Interval Reading
3.35* Act 2
4.40* Interval Reading
4.45* Act 3
●HEAR TIES! page 12

Contributors

Unknown:
Tchaikovsky Libretto
Unknown:
Viktor Petrovich
Translation By:
Simon Bainbridge
Translation By:
Alan Reddish
Chorus-Master:
Martin Handley
Leader:
Russell Gilbert

A sceptical review of new ideas and old orthodoxies in the world of the arts.
Stephen Games presents a blend of talks, parodies, new writing, interviews and documentaries about issues and themes here and abroad. Producer CATHY WEARING

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephen Games

MARTIN ROSCOE (piano)
BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by ANDREW ORTON conductor EDWARD DOWNES
George Lloyd Piano Concerto No2
Michael Ball Resurrection Symphonies
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conductor:
Andrew Orton

Birtwistle Narration: Description of the passing of a year
Goehr Five Poems and an Epigram of William Blake
Birtwistle The fields of sorrow BBC SINGERS
ENDYMION ENSEMBLE
MAURICE MURPHY (trumpet) conducted by SIMON JOLY
Goehr Metamorphosis/Dance RLPO/DAVID ATHERTON: record

Contributors

Unknown:
William Blake
Unknown:
Maurice Murphy
Conducted By:
Simon Joly

A modem satyr play by ANDRE GIDE translated and adapted for radio by PATRICK POLLARD
In disgrace for selling matches without a licence, Prometheus goes to Paris, accompanied by his scrawny eagle. A smart waiter puts him in touch with a millionaire who dispenses pleasure and pain with godlike waywardness. Prometheus perceives the true significance of his flesh-eating companion.
Other parts played by DAVID GARTH , NARISSA KNIGHTS and ELLEN MCINTOSH
Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS

Contributors

Play By:
Andre Gide
Unknown:
Patrick Pollard
Played By:
David Garth
Played By:
Ellen McIntosh
Directed By:
John Theocharis
Prometheus:
Denis Quilley
Author:
William Eedle
Waiter:
Mark Straker
Cocles:
Robin Summers
Damocles:
Brian Smith
Millionaire:
Bernard Brown
Tityrus:
Arnold Diamond
Angela:
Helena Breck
Meliboeus:
Christopher Douglas

leaders PAN HON LEE and MARTIN MILNER conductor
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski Emanuel Ax (piano)
Rossini Overture: The Journey to Reims
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2, in F minor. Op 21
9.45* Interval Reading
9.55* Shostakovich
Symphony No 10, in E minor
(Given earlier this evening in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester)

Contributors

Conductor:
Martin Milner
Conductor:
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

BBC Radio 3

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