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Schumann Overture: Manfred, Op 115 (Mono)
BERLIN PO, WILHELM FURTW ANGLER
7.18* Berlioz Queen Mab
Scherzo (Romeo and Juliet) MONTREAL SO/CHARLES DUTOIT
7.27* Saint-Saens'Piano
Concerto No 5 in F, Op 103 (Egyptian): PASCAL ROGÉ RPO/CHARLES DUTOIT
8.00 News
8.05 Svendsen Symphony No 1 inD,Op4 4
GOTHENBURG SO/NEEME JARVI
8.40* Busoni Divertimento , Op 51 AURELE NICOLET (flute)
LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRAl
KURT MASUR
8.50* Dukas Villanelle
HERMANN BAUMANN (hom)
LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRAl
KURT MASUR Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Wilhelm Furtw
Unknown:
Busoni Divertimento
Flute:
Leipzig Gewandhaus
Unknown:
Kurt Masur
Unknown:
Dukas Villanelle
Unknown:
Hermann Baumann

Brahms Summers at Ischl 1891-3
Intermezzo in B minor, Op 119 No 1; Rhapsody in E flat major, Op 119 No 4
STEPHEN BISHOP-KOVACEVICH (piano)
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115
KARL LEISTER
VERMEER STRING QUARTET Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Brahms Summers
Unknown:
Karl Leister

On 29 October 1787, Mozart's great opera was premiered in Prague. To mark the exact bi-centenary, a programme of excerpts from famous recordings of the last 50 years including:
ERICH KUNZ singing Leporello's Catalogue Aria;
EUSABETH SCHWARZKOPF in Donna Elvira 's Mi tradi; NICOLAI GHIAUROV as the serenading Don;
CESARE siepi as the party-giving Don;
ELISABETH SCHUMANN and ANNA
MOFFO with portraits of Zerlina; EUSABETH GRÜMMER as Donna Anna , conducted by WILHELM FURTW ANGLER; and RICHARD TAUBER in Don Ottavio 's Dalla sua pace.
Also the Overture, recorded in 1939 by THOMAS BEECHAM and the LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Erich Kunz
Unknown:
Eusabeth Schwarzkopf
Unknown:
Donna Elvira
Unknown:
Nicolai Ghiaurov
Unknown:
Cesare Siepi
Unknown:
Donna Anna
Conducted By:
Wilhelm Furtw
Conducted By:
Richard Tauber
Unknown:
Don Ottavio
Unknown:
Thomas Beecham

MICHELLE LEE
CHI-CHI NWANOKU
IAN BROWN
Eccles Sonata in A minor, for double-bass and piano
Kurtag Bagatelles , for flute, double-bass and piano
Honegger Danse de la chevre, for solo flute. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Michelle Lee
Unknown:
Chi-Chi Nwanoku
Unknown:
Ian Brown
Unknown:
Eccles Sonata
Piano:
Kurtag Bagatelles
Piano:
Honegger Danse

led by ANDREW ORTON conducted by EDWARD DOWNES MALCOLM BINNS (piano)
Gerhard Concerto for orchestra Liszt, arr Busoni Rapsodie espagnole
Berlioz Overture: Le Corsaire BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Orton
Conducted By:
Edward Downes
Piano:
Malcolm Binns
Unknown:
Busoni Rapsodie

NATIONAL YOUTH BRASS BAND
OF GREAT BRITAIN conducted by ELGAR HOWARTH Percy Fletcher Tone poem: Labour and Love
Elgar Howarth Ascendit in coeli
Mussorgsky, transc Howarth Baba-Yaga ; The Great Gate of Kiev
(Pictures from an Exhibition) (Given on 8August in Middlesbrough Town Hall) BBC Manchester

Contributors

Conducted By:
Elgar Howarth
Conducted By:
Percy Fletcher Tone
Unknown:
Howarth Baba-Yaga

led by JAMES CLARK conducted by LOUIS FRÉMAUX STEPHEN HOUGH (piano) Simon PRESTON (organ) direct from
St David 's Hall, Cardiff Parti
Debussy Images
Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat

Contributors

Unknown:
James Clark
Conducted By:
Louis Frémaux
Piano:
Stephen Hough
Piano:
Simon Preston
Unknown:
St David

played by PAUL GREGORY De Fossa Recuerdo
Paganini Three minuets
Ariel Ramirez Alfonsina y el mar
Jobim Solidao
Bonfa Samblamento
Paul Gregory Simple studies (Series 1)

Contributors

Played By:
Paul Gregory
Unknown:
Ariel Ramirez Alfonsina
Unknown:
Jobim Solidao
Unknown:
Bonfa Samblamento
Unknown:
Paul Gregory

« Tribute to Barry Anderson
(1935-87)
A Programme of music by the Qistinguished electro-acoustic composer, presented by Stephen Montague , who also 'Merviews friends and colleagues of Anderson.
Anderson Electro-acoustic fanfare, for tape; Proscenium, for percussion and electronics SIMON UMBRICK (percussion) WEST SQUARE ELECTRONIC MUSIC ENSEMBLE directed by THE COMPOSER (R) Arc, for bass clarinet, string quartet and tape
(first UK performance)
HARRY SPARNAAY (bass clarinet) MEMBERS OF THE
LONDON SINFONIETT
Erected by STEPHEN MONTAGUE

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Anderson
Presented By:
Stephen Montague
Unknown:
Stephen Montague

England v Sri Lanka Pakistan v West Indies
Australia v Zimbabwe
Alastair Hignell introduces the busiest day of the World Cup, with England playing their final Group B match in Pune, while Pakistan and the West Indies could well be settling the Group in Karachi.
Australia and Zimbabwe are on the Eastern side of the continent, at Cuttack. MWonlyfrom 6.55am

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