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Schubert Overture: Rosamunde
LEIPZIG GEWANDHAUS ORCHESTRA/
KURTMASUR
7.09* Mozart Horn Concerto
No 3 in E flat (K 447): DENNIS BRAIN PHILHALMONIA/HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.30 News
7.35 Borodin Polovtsian Dances (Prince Igor)
CHICAGO SO SEIJI OZAWA
7.48* Pachelbel Canon and Gigue ACADEMY OF ST MARTININ-THE-FIELDS/
NEVILLE MARRINER
7.57* Brahms Rhapsody in E flat, Op 119 No RADU LUPU (piano)
8.01* Debussy La Mer
BERLIN PO/KARAJAN. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Brain

The Scarlatti Family
Domenico's Reputation in England
Roseingrave and Avison helped to make Scarlatti popular in this country. Both composers used Domenico's music as a model for their own work.
Organ and harpsichord music by Roseingrave, and the Concerto No 9 by Avison provide a foil to Scarlatti's own sonatas.

Berlioz Prelude: Les Troyens a Carthage: LSO/COLIN DAVIS
Barber Andromache's Farewell MARTINA ARROYO (soprano)
NEW YORK PO/THOMAS SCHIPPERS WolfPenthesilea
SU1SSE ROMANUE ORCHESTRA/ HORST STEIN. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Horst Stein.

Peter Sellars , American director of the Houston Grand Opera's production of Nixon in China which opens tonight at the Edinburgh Festival, talks to Michael Billington. Producer NED CHAILLET

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Sellars
Unknown:
Michael Billington.
Producer:
Ned Chaillet

Part 2 lannis Xenakis Nyuyo
Toshi Ichiyanagi Seeing the Colour of the Wind Akira Miyoshi
Ryusho-kyokusui-fu
(In association with the Japan
Foundation, London) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Xenakis Nyuyo
Unknown:
Toshi Ichiyanagi
Unknown:
Akira Miyoshi

MICHAEL COLLINS (clarinet) BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by JACEK KASPRZYK Elgar Overture: Cockaigne
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A (K 622)
1.55* Interval Reading
2.00* Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor
(Given on 30 June in the Kelvin Hall , Glasgow, as part of the Scottish National Orchestra Proms) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Clarinet:
Michael Collins
Unknown:
Geoffrey Trabichoff
Conducted By:
Jacek Kasprzyk
Unknown:
Kelvin Hall

Opera in two acts by Rossini Libretto by ANDREA LEONE
TOTTOLA after RACINE'S drama Andromaque
(sung in Italian): Records
The second of two broadcasts in which Richard Osbome introduces the operas Rossini composed for the San Carlo Theatre, Naples, in 1819. The action takes place in Buthrote, capital of the Kingdom of Epirus. (bass) (tenor) (Soprano) (soprano)
(tenor) (tenor) (tenor) PRAGUE PHILHARMONIC CHORUS
MONTE CARLO PO/CLAUDIO SCIMONE

Contributors

Introduces:
Richard Osbome
Fenicio, tutor to Pirro:
Simone Alaimo
Andromaca, widow of Hector of Troy and prisoner of Pirro:
Margarita Zimmermann
Attalo, servant of Pirro:
Mario Bolognesi
Cefisa, confidante ofconfidante of Ermione:
Elisabetta Tandura
Ermione, daughter of Menelausand Helen, promised in marriage to Pirro:
Cecilia Gasdia
Pirro, son of Achilles and King of Epirus:
Ernesto Palacio
Oreste, son of Agamemnon and messenger of the King ofGreece:
Chris Merritt
Pilade, his friend:
William Matteuzzi

BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS Director of Music
CAPTAIN ROGER SWIFT
Alfred Reed El camino real James Curnow
Partita Alfred Reed Lorva Horovel (Armenian Dances) (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Captain Roger Swift
Unknown:
Alfred Reed El Camino
Unknown:
James Curnow
Unknown:
Alfred Reed

In 1983, the jazz musician
Kim Menzer was sent to India by Peter Brook to learn the 'nadaswaram', the south Indian oboe, for the forthcoming production of Brook's
Mahabharata. He talks to
David Epps about the power of that instrument and the many others he has collected. Producer SIMON BROUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Kim Menzer
Unknown:
Peter Brook
Unknown:
David Epps
Producer:
Simon Broughton

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London LYBIAMORHKOVITCH (violin)
BBC SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BELA DEKANY conducted by MAREK JANOWSKI Wagner The Mastersingers of Nuremberg: Preludes to Acts 1 and 3 Szymanowski Violin Concerto No 2
8.10* Homage to Bach ... and Others: Calum MacDonald examines the roots of Brahms s Fourth Symphony.
8.30* Brahms Symphony No 4 in E minor

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Conducted By:
Marek Janowski
Unknown:
Calum MacDonald

Moralities
(first UK broadcast) BBC SINGERS
SUSAN SLADE (speaker) JACQUELINE FOX
(mezzo-soprano)
PETER HARVEY (baritone) JOHN ALLEY (piano)
CATHERINE EDWARDS (piano)
IAIN LEDINGHAM (harpsichord) PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE conducted by SIMON JOLY

Contributors

Singers:
Susan Slade
Baritone:
Peter Harvey
Piano:
Catherine Edwards
Harpsichord:
Iain Ledingham
Conducted By:
Simon Joly

BBC Radio 3

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