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Wagner Lohengrin: Prelude, Act I
BERLIN PO/KLAUS TENNSTEDT
7.10* Schubert The Shepherd on the Rock
FELICITY LOTI (soprano)
MICHAEL COLLINS (clarinet) IAN BROWN (piano)
7.22* Kaspar Elbewellen Waltz CZECH PO, VACLAV NEUMANN
7.30 News
7.35 Mendelssohn Overture:
The Hebrides: LSOICLAUDIO ABBADO
7.45* Mozart Symphony No 29 in A (K 201)
BERLIN PO/HERBERT VON KARAJAN
8.08* Britten Simple Symphony ECO/THE COMPOSER. Records

Contributors

Clarinet:
Michael Collins
Piano:
Ian Brown
Piano:
Kaspar Elbewellen Waltz
Unknown:
Vaclav Neumann
Unknown:
Lsoiclaudio Abbado

FRANCOIS RENE DUCHABLE (piano) BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DENNIS SIMONS conducted by YAN TORTELIER PASCAL Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Massenet Ballet suite: Le Cid BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Simons
Conducted By:
Yan Tortelier Pascal
Unknown:
Roman Carnival
Unknown:
Ravel Piano

Debussy 'La Mer'
Roger Nichols considers the recording history of La Mer over the past 50 years and more, including performances by many of the world's greatest conductors.
Producer JUDITH ROLES
(Re-broadcast on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Nichols

Smetana Vltava (Ma vlast)
BERLIN PO FERENC FRICSAY arr Haydn Three Songs of Robert Burns
LORNA ANDERSON (soprano)
CHRISTINE CAIRNS (mezzo-soprano) ALAN WATT (baritone)
SCOTTISH EARLY MUSIC CONSORT directed by CHRISTOPHER FIELD (violin)
10.55* Tabuh Enem (Balinese music for the Gonge gede) MUSICIANS OF THE TEMPLE
OFTAMPAKSIRING
11.06* Gliere Ballet suite: The Red Poppy
BOLSHOI THEATRE ORCHESTRA/
YURIFAYER
11.41* Three Traditional Andalusian Songs ESTHER LAMANDIER (voice and harp)
11.48* Constant Lambert
The Rio Grande (Mono: 1930) HAMILTON HARTY (piano) ST MICHAEL 'S SINGERS
HALLE ORCHESTRA/THE COMPOSER
12.02* Two Tangos
ESTHER LAMANDIER (Voice)
JUAN CARLOS CARRASCO (piano)
12.11* Marriage Song from Uttar Pradesh
HARIPRASAD CHAURASIA (bamboo flute) sabir KHAN (tabla)
UMA MEHTA (tambura)
KULWINDER SINGH (tambura)
12.28* Bruch Scottish Fantasy ITZHAK PERLMAN (Violin)
ISRAEL PO ZUBIN MEHTA
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS FMonlyfrom 10.55

Contributors

Unknown:
Ferenc Fricsay
Mezzo-Soprano:
Christine Cairns
Directed By:
Christopher Field
Violin:
Tabuh Enem
Songs:
Esther Lamandier
Piano:
Hamilton Harty
Piano:
St Michael

Cornhill Test
England v Sri Lanka
Ball-by-ball commentary on the third day's play at Lord's by BRIAN JOHNSTON , CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and HENRY BLOFELD , with expert comments from TREVOR BAILEY ,
COLIN MILBURN and GAMINI GOONESENA. Scorer PETER BYRNE
1.05 News l.lOBradman:
An 80th Birthday Tribute
Sir Donald Bradman was born 80 years ago today. His own memories of his career are the basis of a birthday tribute from Christopher Martin-Jenkins .
1.30-1.40*; 3.45-4.00* County Scoreboard Producer PETER BAXTER

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Johnston
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Henry Blofeld
Unknown:
Trevor Bailey
Unknown:
Colin Milburn
Unknown:
Gamini Goonesena.
Unknown:
Peter Byrne
Unknown:
Sir Donald Bradman
Unknown:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Producer:
Peter Baxter

Hakan Hardenberger (trumpet) Toimii Ensemble
Edinburgh Festival Chorus, chorusmaster Arthur Oldham
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen

Magnus Lindberg Kraft
Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat
Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms

(Given last Sunday in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, in association with the Scottish Post Office and SSEB)
(BBC Scotland)

Contributors

Trumpeter:
Hakan Hardenberger
Musicians:
Toimii Ensemble
Singers:
Edinburgh Festival Chorus
Chorusmaster:
Arthur Oldham
Musicians:
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Esa-Pekka Salonen

CLIVE SWANSBOURNE (piano) Scarlatti Sonata in G (Kk 427) Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op 27 No 1 Chopin Mazurka in c sharp minor, Op 50 No'3; Etude in F minor, Op 10 No 9 Rachmaninov Prelude in c minor, Op 23 No 7

Contributors

Piano:
Clive Swansbourne

In a special edition from the 42nd International Festival Christopher Cook (in the Chair) talks with Marina Warner, Owen Dudley Edwards and Roger Savage about the exhibitions Reality and Imagination, Picabia 1879-1953 and Dada and Surrealism: A Private Collection; the Ninagawa Theatre Company production of The Tempest; The Rez Sisters by Tomson Highway, Holy Isle by James Bridie ; the Film Festival; and the book Staging Steinbeck by Peter Whitebrook. Producer RACHEL YORKE

Contributors

Unknown:
Owen Dudley Edwards
Unknown:
Roger Savage
Unknown:
James Bridie
Unknown:
Peter Whitebrook.
Producer:
Rachel Yorke

Music from the opera by Vaughan Williams
Fantasia on Greensleeves
ECO/DANIEL BARENBOIM
Drinking Song; Falstaff and the Fairies (In Windsor Forest) HELEN FIELD (soprano)
BOURNEMOUTH SYMPHONY CHORUS
BOURNEMOUTH SINFONlETTA/ NORMAN DEL MAR. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Del

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London
Glyndebourne Festival Opera's new production, director Peter Hall, staged for the Proms by David Edwards.

Glyndebourne Chorus, chorusmaster Ivor Bolton
London Philharmonic Orchestra, led by David Nolan, conducted by Bernard Haitink

Act 1

7.40* Verdi's Last Laugh
Julian Budden traces Verdi's comic development.

8.00* Act 2

8.55* Claudio Desderi talks with Rodney Milnes about building the character of Verdi's Falstaff.

9.15* Act 3

Contributors

Singers:
Glyndebourne Chorus
Chorus Master:
Ivor Bolton
Musicians:
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
David Nolan
Conductor:
Bernard Haitink
Speaker (Verdi's Last Laugh):
Julian Budden
Interviewee (Interval):
Claudio Desderi
Interviewer (Interval):
Rodney Milnes
Dr Caius:
Remy Corazza (tenor)
Falstaff:
Claudio Desderi (baritone)
Bardolph:
Petros Evangelides (tenor)
Pistol:
Federico Da Via (bass)
Meg:
Anne Howells (mezzo-soprano)
Alice:
Nancy Gustafson (soprano)
Mistress Quickly:
Felicity Palmer (mezzo-soprano)
Nannetta:
Evalind (soprano)
Fenton:
Gianluca Sorrentino (tenor)
Ford:
Robert McFarland (bass)

A Life in the Cinema
In the first of two conversations with Philip French, the Irish film actor talks about working with Carol Reed on Odd Man Out, with Orson Welles on Macbeth, and with Luis Bunuel on Robinson Crusoe.

Contributors

Unknown:
Carol Reed
Unknown:
Orson Welles
Unknown:
Luis Bunuel
Unknown:
Robinson Crusoe.

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