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Second of four programmes
Dvorak, arr Patrick Clements Slavonic Dance in B, Op 72 No 1 Stravinsky Concerto for piano and wind instruments with THEO BRUINS (piano) conducted by EDO DE WAART Mozart Serenade in c minor (K 388) conducted by EDO DE WAART Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Clements
Unknown:
Slavonic Dance
Conducted By:
Edo de Waart
Conducted By:
Edo de Waart

Second of four programmes Settings of Hans Andersen : Muttertraum; Der Soldat; Der Spielmann
DORIS SOFFEL (mezzo-soprano) ROGER vignoles (piano) (R) Symphony No 2 in c
STAATSKAPELLE, DRESDEN/
WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH. Record

Contributors

Unknown:
Hans Andersen
Mezzo-Soprano:
Doris Soffel

Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D minor (Bwv 1052)
ENGLISH CONCERT directed by TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord)
Mozart Concert aria: Alcandro lo confesso (K 512) ROBERT LLOYD (bass)
SALZBURG MOZARTEUM ORCHESTRA/
LEOPOLD HAGER
John Adams On the dominant divide (Grand Pianola Music) ALAN FEINBERG (piano) URSULA OPPENS (piano)
SOLISTI NEW YORK/RANSOM WILSON Goldmark Symphony in E flat, Op 26 (Rustic Wedding)
NEW YORK PO/LEONARD BERNSTEIN Records

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Trevor Pinnock
Unknown:
Leopold Hager
Unknown:
John Adams
Piano:
Alan Feinberg
Piano:
Ursula Oppens
Unknown:
Wilson Goldmark Symphony

Presented by Michael Oliver The Future of Our Beautiful
French Music: a tercentenary assessment of Jean-Baptiste Lully by Lionel Sawkins.
Les Gouts réunis: a conversation with the violinist Reinhard Goebel , director of Musica Antiqua , Cologne.
Twenty Years of the British Music Information Centre: a survey by Ursula VaughanWilliams ,
Roger Wright and Patric Standford. Producer ANDREW LYLE

Contributors

Presented By:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
Jean-Baptiste Lully
Unknown:
Lionel Sawkins.
Violinist:
Reinhard Goebel
Unknown:
Musica Antiqua
Unknown:
Ursula Vaughanwilliams
Unknown:
Roger Wright
Unknown:
Patric Standford.

Aldeburgh Festival
NIKlTA MAGALOFF (piano)
Weber Sonata No 4 in E minor, Op 70
Debussy Images (Book 2)
Stravinsky Four Studies, Op 7 Liszt Six chants polonais
Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor, Op52
(Given on 14 June at Snape Maltings) BBC Pebble Mill

Quintet No 7 in E minor (G 451) ANTHEA GIFFORD (guitar)
JEAN-JACQUES KANTOROW (violin) JOHN TRUSLER (violin)
SIMON ROWLAND JONES (viola) ALEXANDER BAILLIE (cello) (R)

Contributors

Guitar:
Anthea Gifford
Violin:
John Trusler
Violin:
Simon Rowland
Cello:
Alexander Baillie

A tragedie-en-musique in a prologue and five acts
Music by Jean-Baptiste Lully Text adapted by PHILIPPE
QUINAULT from the medieval romance Amadis de Gaule (sung in French)
SCHUTZ CHOIR OF LONDON trained by PAUL DANIEL LONDON BAROQUE PLAYERS led by JOHN HOLLOWAY conducted by NICHOLAS MCGEGAN Prologue and Act 1
2.55* Graham Sadler asks how much is known about Lully's vocal and instrumental resources, and how he might have used them in a performance of Amadis.
3.05* Acts 2, 3 and 4 4.40* Sydney Anglo looks at the increasing awareness of performance style and considers the question of 'the authentic ear'.
4.50* Act 5
Producer CHRIS SAYERS
Cldylle surlapaix' tomorrow 8. 55pm)

Contributors

Music By:
Jean-Baptiste Lully
Unknown:
Paul Daniel
Unknown:
John Holloway
Conducted By:
Nicholas McGegan
Unknown:
Graham Sadler
Producer:
Chris Sayers

Stephen Walsh examines the rift between contemporary composers and their audiences. With Pierre Boulez , Elliott Carter , Alexander Goehr ,
Oliver Knussen , Peter Maxwell Davies, Bayan Northcott and Robert Simpson.
Producer CATHY WEARING (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephen Walsh
Unknown:
Pierre Boulez
Unknown:
Elliott Carter
Unknown:
Alexander Goehr
Unknown:
Oliver Knussen
Unknown:
Peter Maxwell
Unknown:
Bayan Northcott
Unknown:
Robert Simpson.

Secular Music of Renaissance Italy
Settings of Petrarch from the middle years of the 16th century. Music from Adnano Willaert's Musica Nova (1559) and the early madrigals of Cipriano de Rore. HILLIARD ENSEMBLE directed by PAUL HILLIER
(Fifth programme on 15 November)

Contributors

Unknown:
Musica Nova
Directed By:
Paul Hillier

Introduced by Paul Griffiths
The second of four programmes Denis Smalley Wind chimes, for tape (first performance) Marco Stroppa Traiettona , for piano and tape
(first complete UK broadcast) philip MEAD (piano)
Morton Subotnick The Key to Songs, for ensemble and Yamaha equipment (first UK broadcast)
MEMBERS OF THE LONDON
SINFONIETTA conducted by ARTURO TAMAYO
(Given on 11 September in the Queen Elizabeth Hall. London)
(Third programme Tuesday 11.15pm)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Paul Griffiths
Unknown:
Denis Smalley
Unknown:
Marco Stroppa Traiettona
Piano:
Morton Subotnick
Conducted By:
Arturo Tamayo

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