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Cantata No 166:
Wo gehest du hin
HANNI WENDLANDT (soprano)
LOTTE WOLF-MATTHAUS (contralto) HELMUT KREBS (tenor) ROLAND KUNZ (baSS)
CHOIR OF ST NICHOLAS. BERLIN-SPANDAU
BERLIN BACH ORCHESTRA/ HELMUT BARBE : record

Contributors

Soprano:
Hanni Wendlandt
Contralto:
Lotte Wolf-Matthaus
Tenor:
Helmut Krebs
Bass:
Roland Kunz
Unknown:
Helmut Barbe

Fourth of eight programmes Sinfonia in B flat (Applauso genetliaco)(1714)
LES SOUSTES DE PARIS;
HENRI-CLAUDE FANTAPD5
The Four Seasons: excerpts
MUNICH VOCAL SOLOISTS
MUNICH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA/ HANS LUDWIG HIRSCH
Sinfonia in c (Festeggio armonico)(1728)
LES SOUSTES DE PARIS/
HENRI-CLAUDE FANTAPIÉ: records

Contributors

Spring:
Kari Lovaas(soprano)
Summer:
Regina Marhfinske
Winter:
Ria Bollen
Autumn:
Heiner Hopfner (tenor)

Fela Sowande Africa Suite
LSO/PAUL FREEMAN trad Ganda Music
ROYAL MUSICIANS OF HM THE KABAKA Meyerbeer 0 Paradis (L'Africaine)
PLACIDO DOMINGO (tenor)
LOS ANGELES PO/CARLO MARIA GIULIN1 Tchaikovsky Scene and Aria (The Queen of Spades)
MELITA MUSZELY (soprano) FRITZ WUNDERLICH (tenor)
BAVARIAN SO/
MEINHARD VAN ZOLUNGER
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 3, inD
VIENNA PO/MOSHE ATZMON: records

Contributors

Tenor:
Placido Domingo
Soprano:
Melita Muszely
Tenor:
Fritz Wunderlich

Introduced by Michael Oliver Schumann and his Poets: a talk by JOAN CHISSELL.
Trouvere and Troubador:
CHRISTOPHER PAGE explains the difference.
Monteverdi and his Vespers: iain FENLON considers the reasons behind the proliferation of editions of this work.
Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and ANDREW LYLE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Oliver
Talk By:
Joan Chissell.
Talk By:
Andrew Lyle

Last of four programmes conducted by SIR COLIN DAVIS ANN HOBSON PILOT (harp)
MARK KROLL (harpsichord) FREDERICK MOYER (piano) Parti
Mozart Symphony No 33, in B flat (K 319)
Frank Martin Petite Symphonie Concertante for harp, harpsichord, piano and strings

Contributors

Conducted By:
Sir Colin Davis
Conducted By:
Ann Hobson Pilot
Harpsichord:
Mark Kroll
Piano:
Frederick Moyer

Winner of the 1984 Leeds International Pianoforte Competition
Bach Toccata in G minor (BWV 915)
Brahms Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel, Op 24 Barber Sonata, Op 26 (Given in association with Harveys of Bristol)

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

American Songs and Song-Cycles PENELOPE PRICE JONES (soprano) PHILIP MARTIN (piano)
Vincent Persichetti Song-Cycle: A Net of Fireflies
Theodore Chanler Four songs from Eight Epitaphs:
Alice Rodd ; Three Sisters; A Midget; Be very quiet now
Charles Griffes Four
Impressions (Oscar Wilde) (all first UK performances) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Song-Cycles Penelope
Piano:
Vincent Persichetti
Unknown:
Alice Rodd
Unknown:
Charles Griffes

by SANDRA FREEMAN
Music specially composed by ILONA SEKACZ with and Nietzsche, the German philosopher and writer, went mad at the age of 44 and never recovered his reason. Some years before, he had lived in an uneasy ménage a trois with a woman student with whom he was obsessed and a close friend. The events of the play focus on this emotionally-charged period of his life.
Musicians ILONA SEKACZ (piano) JOHN LEACH (zither)
Technical presentation by MARSAIL MACCUISH , JOANIE BLAIKIE Directed by CHERRY COOKSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Sandra Freeman
Composed By:
Ilona Sekacz
Piano:
John Leach
Presentation By:
Marsail MacCuish
Friedrich Nietzsche:
Mike Gwilym
Lou Salome:
Maureen O'Brien
Lisbeth Nietzsche:
Susan Engel
Paul Ree:
Michael Tudor Barnes

who celebrated his 80th birthday on 29 April conducts the CITY OF BIRMINGHAM
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader felix KOK euse ROSS (soprano)
Part 1 Mozart Symphony No 38, in D (K 504) (Prague) Ravel Sheherazade

Contributors

Leader:
Felix Kok

Most modern biographies make a virtue of being candid on other people's behalf. Eric Griffiths , Fellow of Trinity College,
Cambridge, suggests that such intimacies can be vicious, and argues that the reticent biographers of the 18th and 19th centuries often had a more intelligent grasp of the complexities of human nature.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Griffiths

(piano)
Beethoven 32 variations in c minor, on an original theme (WoO 80)
Brahms Intermezzi: in A minor, Op 116 No 2; in E flat minor, Op 1118 No 6; Capriccio in F sharp minor, Op 76 No 1;
Rhapsody in G minor, Op 79 No 2 Janacek In the mist
(A repeat of last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert)

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