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Delius Marche caprice
RPO/THOMAS BEECHAM
7.09* Beethoven Variations on Bei Mannern, welche Liebe fuhlen
YO-YOMA (cello)
EMANUEL AX (piano)
7.19* Mozart Symphony No 41 in c (K 551) (Jupiter)
PRAGUE CO/CHARLES MACKERRAS
8.00 News
8.10 Sullivan Overture di Ballo
RPO/CHARLES GROVES
8.17* Chopin Four Studies, Op25,Nos9-12
LOUIS LORTIE (piano)
8.28* Debussy Nocturnes AMBROSIAN CHORUS LSO/ANDRE PREVIN Records

Carl Maria von Weber
I was positively intoxicated by its freshness and its wild subtle fragrance
BERLioz on Der Freischiitz, 1843
Grand duo concertant (1816) RICHARD STOLTZMANN (clarinet) EMANUEL AX (piano)
Polacca brillante (1819) PAUL CROSSLEY (piano)
Der Freischutz (1821): Act 2 finale (The Wolfs Glen) conducted by CARLOS KLEIBER
DRESDEN STATE ORCHESTRA/KLEIBER Records

Contributors

Piano:
Paul Crossley
Conducted By:
Carlos Kleiber
Kaspar:
Theo Adam
Max:
Peter Schreier
Sanuel:
Gerhard Paul

Comic opera in two acts
Libretto by Angelo Anelli
Music by Rossini (sung in Italian)
The first night of Jean-Pierre Ponnelle's new production at the Vienna State Opera, recorded on Monday.

7.00 Act 1
8.15* Christopher Norton-Welsh assesses Abbado's directorship at Vienna, and talks to Dr Klaus Helmut Dreser, Intendant of the Vienna State Opera.

8.20* Act 2

(Austrian Radio recording)

Contributors

Libretto:
Angelo Anelli
Composer:
Gioachino Rossini
Musicians:
Chorus and Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera
Conductor:
Claudio Abbado
Elvira, Mustafa's wife:
Patrizia Pace (soprano)
Zulma, a slave, Elvira's confidante:
Anna Gonda (mezzo-soprano)
Haly, captain of the Algerian Corsairs:
Alessandro Corbelli (baritone)
Mustafa, Bey of Algiers:
Ruggero Raimondi (baritone)
Lindoro, Mustafa's young Italian slave:
Franco Lopardo (tenor)
Isabella, an Italian lady:
Agnes Baltsa (mezzo-soprano)
Taddeo, her companion and admirer:
Enzo Dara (bass)
Presenter (Interval):
Christopher Norton-Welsh
Speaker (Interval):
Dr Klaus Helmut Dreser

This first edition of a new season is based around
New Music 87, the recently published journal of contemporary music in Britain, edited by Michael Finnissy and Roger Wright , who introduces the programme.
Cornelius Cardew Paragraph I (The Great Learning)
SCRATCH ORCHESTRA. Record Keyboard pieces by Chris Newman , Gerald Barry
Richard Barrett , Robin Holloway James Dillon , Howard Skempton Roger Redgate , Michael Finnissy , John Tavener and Judith Weir from the music supplement to New Music 87 (all first performances) MICHAEL FINNISSY (piano/ harpsichord)
Gavin Bryars Effarene (first broadcast)
NICOLE TIBBELS (soprano)
MARY KING (mezzo-soprano) MUSIC PROJECTS/LONDON conducted by RICHARD BERNAS

Contributors

Edited By:
Michael Finnissy
Edited By:
Roger Wright
Unknown:
Cornelius Cardew
Unknown:
Chris Newman
Unknown:
Gerald Barry
Unknown:
Richard Barrett
Unknown:
Robin Holloway
Unknown:
James Dillon
Unknown:
Howard Skempton
Unknown:
Roger Redgate
Unknown:
Michael Finnissy
Unknown:
John Tavener
Unknown:
Judith Weir
Harpsichord:
Gavin Bryars Effarene
Conducted By:
Richard Bernas

The Art of the English Madrigal Francis Pilkington The second set of madrigals and pastorals (1624): 0 softly singing lute;
Care for thy soul; Crowned with flowers; Come shepherds weeds; Surcease you youthful shepherdesses
CONSORT OF MUSICKE directed by ANTHONY ROOLEY (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Pilkington
Directed By:
Anthony Rooley

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