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Strauss Morgen, Op 27 No 4 - Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano) Gerald Moore (piano)

7.09* Ravel Alborada del gracioso - Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit

7.17* Castillon Esquisses symphoniques, Op 15 - Monte Carlo PO/George Pretre

7.40* Dvorak Cypress: No 10 (O Charming Rose) - Cleveland String Quartet

7.43* Tomasi Trumpet Concerto - Wynton Marsalis, Philharmonia Orchestra/Esa-Pekka Salonen

8.00 News

8.05 Debussy Danse sacree et danse profane - Vera Badings (harp), Concertgebouw Orchestra/Bernard Haitink

8.15* Schubert Drei Klavierstucke (D946) - Wilhelm Kempff (piano)

8.37* Brahms Liebeslieder Walzer, Op 52 (excerpts) - Edith Mathis (soprano), Brigitte Fassbaender (contralto), Peter Schreier (tenor), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Karl Engel and Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano duet)

8.51* Johann Strauss (son), arr Webern Schatz-Walzer, Op 418 - Boston Symphony Chamber Players.

(Records)

Contributors

Producer:
Judith Roles

Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)
I believe in a beautiful utility of music from the social point of view. We shouldn't make music in an egoistic way for ourselves, but for other people ...It is a substance which must be extracted, and sometimes by dint of enormous labour, even suffering.... Pieces espagnoles
ALICIA DE LARROCHA (piano) Trois mélodies
JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
JOHN CONSTABLE (piano) Ballet: El amor brujo HUGUETTE TOURANGEAU (mezzo-soprano)
MONTREAL SO/CHARLES DUTOIT Records
Producer ANDREW MUSSETT

Contributors

Soprano:
Jill Gomez
Mezzo-Soprano:
Huguette Tourangeau
Producer:
Andrew Mussett

Missa Brevis in F (H xxn 1) JUDITH NELSON (soprano) EMMA KIRKBY (soprano)
CHOIR OF CHRtST CHURCH CATHEDRAL.
OXFORD
ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC directed by SIMON PRESTON. Record

Contributors

Soprano:
Judith Nelson
Directed By:
Simon Preston.

SYRINX
Martin Parry (flute) Keith Pascoe (violin)
Anthony Byrne (viola) Mark Jackson (cello) Gillian Tingay (harp)
Pierne Voyage au pays du tendre
Francaix Quintet
Debussy Syrinx, for solo flute Tournier Suite , Op 34

Contributors

Flute:
Martin Parry
Violin:
Keith Pascoe
Viola:
Anthony Byrne
Cello:
Mark Jackson
Harp:
Pierne Voyage
Flute:
Tournier Suite

DMITRY SITKOVETSKY (violin)
BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by EDWARD DOWNES
Shostakovich Violin Concerto Nol
Tchaikovsky Suite: Nutcracker BBC Manchester

Contributors

Violin:
Dmitry Sitkovetsky
Unknown:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Edward Downes

direct from St John's, Smith Square, London JOHN WILLIAMS (guitar)
Praetorius Dances (Terpsichore) Ludovico Roncalli Passacaglia Silvius Leopold Weiss Fantasy; Tombeau de M. Cajetan; Passacaglia
Stephen Dodgson Fantasy-Divisions
Villa-Lobos Three studies Barrios Two waltzes
(Tickets £2.50, available from
11.00am today, or in advance from the Box Office - Tel: 01-222-1061; (Re-broadcast next Sunday)

Vivaldi Concerto in D, Op 3 No 1 YEHUDI MENUHIN, ALBERTO LYSY
HU KUN and MI-KYUNG LEE (violins) CAMERATA LYSY. GSTAAD
Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 in A (K 488): MITSUKO UCHIDA
ECO/JEFFREYTATE
Schumann Marchenbilder, Op 113
NOBUKO IMAI (viola)
ROGER VIGNOLES (piano)
Bruch Scottish Fantasy, Op 46 CHO LIANG UN (violin)
CHICAGO SO/LEONARD SLATKIN
Chopin Mazurkas, Op 59: No 2 in A flat; No 3 in F sharp minor FOU TS'ONG (piano)
Chopin, arr Milstein Nocturne in c sharp minor
KYUNGWHA CHUNG (violin) PHILLIP MOLL (piano)
Nielsen Symphony No 5 GOTHENBURG SO/
MYUNG-WHUN CHUNG

Being the adventures of Mademoiselle de Maupin, singer, swordswoman and sister of the Sacred Heart. A play with music by STEPHEN WYATT and JENNY SPRINCE
Music by JENNY SPRINCE
Performed by EDWARD BECKETT JOHN DERVAN and ADRIAN LEVINE Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER (R)

Contributors

Music By:
Stephen Wyatt
Music By:
Jenny Sprince
Music By:
Jenny Sprince
Unknown:
Edward Beckett
Unknown:
John Dervan
Unknown:
Adrian Levine
Directed By:
Jeremy Mortimer
Julie de Maupin:
Nichola McAuliffe
Mother:
Gwen Cherrell
Father/Maximilian:
Edward de Souza
Seranne/Dumeni:
Bruce Udington
Marechal/Count d'Armagnac:
Oz Clarke
M de Maupin/Servant:
Michael Hadley
Marie:
Susie Brann
Florensac:
Helena Breck
Siren/Abbess:
Diana Martin
Nun:
Deborah Makepeace
Countess:
Jennifer Piercey

Music by Jean-Baptiste Lully Text by JEAN RACINE (sung in French)
After a decade of military success, peace was the theme of Louis XIV's court entertainments throughout
1685. On 16 July in the orangerie of the Chateau de Sceaux, this divertissement was performed before the King and his guests. EMMA KIRKBY (soprano)
EMILY VAN EVERA (soprano) CHARLES DANIELS (tenor) NIGEL ROGERS (tenor)
STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) LONDON BAROQUE CHORUS
AND ORCHESTRA led by INGRID SEIFERT conducted by CHARLES MEDLAM (Lully's 'Atys' tomorrow at 7.00pm)

Contributors

Music By:
Jean-Baptiste Lully
Tenor:
Charles Daniels
Tenor:
Nigel Rogers
Unknown:
Ingrid Seifert
Conducted By:
Charles Medlam

by GRAEME FIFE
'Jean-Baptiste Lully , composer to the King's Chamber Music, will this night, the 6th January 1687, conduct a solemn Te Deum proclaiming thanks to God for his Majesty Louis XIV's recovery from illness. Vive le Roi !'
Read by Edward de S ouza
Directed by JEREMY MORTIMER (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Graeme Fife
Unknown:
Jean-Baptiste Lully
Unknown:
Vive Le Roi
Read By:
Edward de S Ouza
Directed By:
Jeremy Mortimer

Presented by Charles Fox featuring RADIUS
David Cross (electric violin)
Sheila Maloney (synthesisers) Steve Topping (guitar)
John McCullough (bass guitar) Geoff Serle (drums)

Contributors

Presented By:
Charles Fox
Violin:
Sheila Maloney
Bass:
John McCullough
Guitar:
Geoff Serle

(A Ritual)
John Tavener 's dramatic cantata, first performed by the City of Birmingham Touring Opera at this year's
Cheltenham Festival, direct from St Alban's Church,
BalsaU Heath, Birmingham (sung in Greek)
ENGLISH STRING ORCHESTRA conducted by SIMON HALSEY assistant conductor
CHARLES KILPATRICK BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tavener
Conducted By:
Simon Halsey
Conductor:
Charles Kilpatrick

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