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Heino Eller Dawn
SNO/NEEMEJARVI
7.08* Hadley One Morning in Spring: LPO/ADRIAN BOULT
7.11* Ireland April ERIC PARKIN (piano)
7.15* P.D.Q. Bach Echo Sonata JOHN SOLUM (flute)
LEONARD ARNER (ODOe)
LOREN GUCKMAN (bassoon) THEODORE WEIS (trumpet) WILLIAM G. BROWN (hom) NEAL di blase (trombone)
7.17* Sibelius Spring Song
BOURNEMOUTH SO/PAAVO BERGLUND
7.30 News
7.35 Biber Mystery Sonata No 10 in G minor (The Crucifixion of Christ) FRANZJOSEFMAIER (baroque violin)
MAX ENGEL (baroque cello)
KONRAD JUNGHANEL (theorbo) FRANZ LEHRNDORFER (organ)
7.45* Poulenc Quatre motets pour un temps de penitence
GROUPE VOCAL DE FRANCE/JOHN ALLDIS
7.57* Haydn Intermezzo (Largo e cantabile) (The Seven Last Words from the Cross)
HUNGARIAN STATE ORCHESTRA (wind)(JANOS FERENCSIK
8.01* Vivaldi Concerto in E flat (rv 253) (La tempesta di mare)
SIMON STANDAGE (baroque violin) ENGLISH CONCERT, directed by TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord)
8.09* Rimsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Festival Overture: USSR so; EVGENY SVETLANOV. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Heino Eller
Bassoon:
Loren Guckman
Bassoon:
Theodore Weis
Unknown:
William G. Brown
Violin:
Max Engel
Cello:
Konrad Junghanel
Unknown:
Simon Standage
Directed By:
Trevor Pinnock

JEAN RIGBY (mezzo-soprano) ADRIAN THOMPSON (tenor) PETER HARVEY (baritone) PETER SAVIDGE (baritone) BRINDLEY SHERRATT (bass) BBC SINGERS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA conducted by SIMON JOLY
Bach Cantata No 26: Ach, wie fliichtig, ach, wie nichtig
10.50* Interval Reading
10.55* Frank Martin
Passiontide cantata: Pilate

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano:
Jean Rigby
Tenor:
Adrian Thompson
Baritone:
Peter Harvey
Baritone:
Peter Savidge
Bass:
Brindley Sherratt
Conducted By:
Simon Joly
Unknown:
Frank Martin

led by PAUL WILLEY conducted by OKKO KAMU MISHA DICHTER (piano)
Wagner Overture: The Flying Dutchman
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor)
Prokofiev Symphony No 7 in c sharp minor
(Given in 1986 in the Town Halt, Birmingham, in association with Mitchells and Butlers) BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Willey
Conducted By:
Okko Kamu
Piano:
Misha Dichter

Last August, young musicians from 26 nations performed the War Requiem on each side of the Berlin Wall. Before this recording, Lynn ten Kate talks to some of the participants. CAROL VANNESS (soprano) ROBERT TEAR (tenor)
ANDREAS SCHMIDT (baritone)
HARLEM BOYS'CHOIR OF NEW YORK VIENNA YOUTH CHOIR
JEUNESSES MUSICALES WORLD
ORCHESTRA conducted by JEFFREY TATE (RIAS Berlin recording) 0 HEAR THIS! page 24

Contributors

Soprano:
Carol Vanness
Tenor:
Robert Tear
Baritone:
Andreas Schmidt
Conducted By:
Jeffrey Tate

Robert Layton introduces the last often programmes
MELVYN TAN (harpsichord) BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BEN BUURMAN conducted by RICHARD hickox Rubbra Symphony No 11
Frank Martin Harpsichord Concerto
Rubbra Symphony No 10
Series producer ROBERT LAYTON (R)

Contributors

Introduces:
Robert Layton
Harpsichord:
Melvyn Tan
Unknown:
Ben Buurman
Conducted By:
Richard Hickox
Producer:
Robert Layton

A presentation in words and music of the life of Leos Janacek , drawn from his own writings and the memoirs of Mara, his housekeeper.
Compiled and written by PATRICK LAMBERT and In a remarkable series of letters spanning the last 12 years of his life, the Czech composer Leos Janacek poured out his innermost thoughts to Kamila Stosslova, a married woman less than half his age. The intensity of his love for her inspired in him an astonishing outburst of creative energy which found its final expression in his Second String Quartet (subtitled Intimate Letters). The programme ends with a performance of this quartet, played by the MEDICI STRING QUARTET. Producers IAN COTTERELL and PATRICK LAMBERT
(First broadcast on Radio 4)

Contributors

Unknown:
Leos Janacek
Written By:
Patrick Lambert
Unknown:
Leos Janacek
Producers:
Ian Cotterell
Producers:
Patrick Lambert
Janacek:
With Richard Pasco
Mara:
Barbara Leigh-Hunt

The writer Alan Plater takes a gentle stroll through areas of jazz where the result - if not always the intention - is to make the listener smile and sometimes even laugh.
In this first of four programmes he includes records by LOUIS ARMSTRONG. CLARK TERRY. CARLA BLEY and the RHYTHMAKERS.
Series producer DEREK DRESCHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Plater
Unknown:
Louis Armstrong.
Unknown:
Clark Terry.
Unknown:
Carla Bley
Producer:
Derek Drescher

Have mercy upon me, 0 God, according to thy loving kindness. A psalm setting by Marc-Antoine Charpentier AGNES MELLON (soprano)
ISABELLE POULENARD (soprano) HENRI LEDROIT (counter-tenor) WILLIAM KENDALL (tenor) PETER KOOY (bass)
CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA OF THE
CHAPELLE ROYALE directed by phiuppe HERREWEGHE
Record

Contributors

Unknown:
Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Soprano:
Henri Ledroit
Tenor:
William Kendall
Bass:
Peter Kooy

Nine plays about Church and State under the Roman Empire by JOHN ARDEN and MARGARETTA D'ARCY with 7: An Eye for an T
'The People of Christ are the people of a book. A God-dictated book. Read it to the Emperor.
Teach him to read it. Teach him to teach it. Rule him - that he may rule.' Will Constantine accept what for Bishop Hosius is an act of faith?
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN BOXER
Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Arden
Unknown:
Margaretta D'Arcy
Unknown:
Bishop Hosius
Conducted By:
Stephen Boxer
Directed By:
Ronald Mason
Kybele:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Constantine:
Michael N Harbour
Helen:
Mary Wimbush
Jaxartes:
And Sam Dastor
Fausta:
Samantha Bond
Melantho:
Cassie McFarlane
Helen Fausta:
Jade Maravala
Dion:
Stephen Thorne
Paul of Tarsus:
Roshan Seth
Physcon:
David Buck
Mary:
Angela Pleasence
Architect:
Michael Tudor Barnes
Bishop of London:
David Goodland
Secret agent:
John Baddeley
Dissidents:
Frank Olegario
Dissidents KAREN ARCHER:
Karen Archer

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