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Haydn Symphony No 6 in D (Le Matin)
ENGLISH CONCERT/TREVOR PINNOCK
7.20* Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla: LSO/GEORG SOLTI
7.30 News
7.35 Mozart Symphony No 30 in D (K 202): ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC/CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
8.00* Nielsen Springtime in Funen: INGE NIELSEN (soprano) KIM VON BINZER (tenor), JORGEN KLINT (baSS), ST KLEMENS SCHOOL CHILDREN'S CHOIR.
LITTLE MUKO UNIVERSITY CHOIR,
ODENSE SO/TAMAS VETO
8.18* Jakov Goto vac Kolo (Ero.derSchelm)
VIENNA PO/RUDOLF KEMPE
Records. Producer MURRAY KHOURI

Schumann (1810-56)
The young Schumann is the essential Schumann
JOAN CHISSELL
Papillons: MURRAY PERAHIA (piano) Song-cycle: Dichterliebe OLAF BAR (baritone)
GEOFFREY PARSONS (piano)
Records. Producer RAY ABBOTT

Contributors

Piano:
Murray Perahia
Piano:
Geoffrey Parsons
Producer:
Ray Abbott

Sometimes called the 'father of the French violin school', Leclair offered some of his sonatas in alternative versions for the flute.
Sonata in E minor, Op 9 No 2 Sonata in G, Op 9 No 7
JANET SEE (baroque flute)
SARAH CUNNINGHAM (bass viol) Mrra MEYERSON (harpsichord)

Contributors

Bass:
Sarah Cunningham
Harpsichord:
Mrra Meyerson

Elgar Bavarian Dance No 1 LPO/ ADRIAN BOULT
Delius By the River (Florida Suite): RPO/THOMAS BEECHAM Elgar In
Smyrna PETER PETTTNGER (piano)
Berkeley/Britten Mont Juic LPO/LENNOX BERKELEY. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Boult
Piano:
Smyrna Peter Petttnger
Unknown:
Mont Juic

led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by JERZY MAKSYMIUK Thomas Wilson
St Kentigern Suite
Mozart Symphony No 29 in A (K 201)
12.00* Interval Reading
12.05* Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 5 in E minor
(Presented by Mayfest on 5 May in the City Hall, Glasgow, in association with Microcentre) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By:
Jerzy Maksymiuk

JENNIFER WION (vioUn)
PITTSBURGH YOUTH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA conducted by ANDREAS DELFS Bernstein Overture: West Side Story
Barber Violin Concerto
Copland Appalachian Spring
(Given last August in association with Conoco (UK) Ltd, as part of the 1987 Aberdeen International Youth Festival)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Andreas Delfs

played by JOHN SCOTT
Bach and His Influences
The last of four programmes Buxtehude Chorale prelude:
Komm heiliger Geist (Buxwv 199) Bach Chorale prelude: Komm heiliger Geist (BWV 651)
Buxtehude Ciacona in E minor (Buxwv 160)
Bach Passacaglia in c minor (bwv 582)
(Given on 28 January in St David's Hall. Cardiff) BBC Wales
Series producer ROBERT COLES

Contributors

Played By:
John Scott
Unknown:
Bach Chorale
Producer:
Robert Coles

The narrative by THUCYDIDES of the grandiose but fateful expedition of the Athenian navy and army to Sicily. Arranged in six parts by DONALD BANCROFT from the translation by REX WARNER , with 1: The Expedition Sets Sail, 415BC
On the pretext that an ally, the Sicilian City of Egesta, needs help, the Athenians debate the invasion of Sicily. Alcibiades persuades Parliament that expansion will only strengthen the Athenian Empire.
Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Bancroft
Translation By:
Rex Warner
Directed By:
John Theocharis
Thucydides:
Edward de Souza
Nicias:
Manning Wilson
Alcibiades:
John Rye
Presenter:
Eric Stovell

live from the Royal Albert Hall. London
NATIONAL YOUTH
ORCHESTRA OF
GREAT BRITAIN led by GEOFFREY SILVER conducted by CHRISTOPHER SEAMAN
Dukas The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Elgar Symphonic study: Falstaff
8.15* Natalie Wheen visits this year's NYO summer course at Radley College in Oxfordshire and talks to tonight's conductor Christopher Seaman , musical director Derek Bourgeois and the players, during rehearsals for tonight's Prom. Producer JUDITH ROLES
8.40* Stravinsky Ballet: The Firebird
(The appearance of the National
Youth Orchestra of Great Britain has been made possible by support from
Lloyds Bank pic and Toyota (OB) Ltd)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Christopher Seaman
Unknown:
Natalie Wheen
Conductor:
Christopher Seaman
Director:
Derek Bourgeois

The ensemble FONG NAAM from Bangkok, Thailand, performs a concert version of the Phromas episode from the Ramakien Epic (the Thai version of the Ramayana). This episode was compiled by HRH Prince Narit in 1899. (Given in July 1987 in the Purcell Room. London, in association with the South Bank Board)

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