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Quantz Flute Concerto in G JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL
ORCHESTRE ANTIQUA MUSICA/ JACQUES ROUSSEL
7.15* Bruch Kol Nidrei LYNN HARRELL (cello)
PHlLHARMONIAVLADIMIR ASHKENAZY
7.30 News
7.35 Rossini Overture: L'ltaliana in Algeria
BERLIN PO/HERBERT VON KARAJAN
7.43* Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat: ALFRED BRENDEL
LPO/BERNARD HAITINK
8.01* Haydn Symphony No 102 in B flat: AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW ORCHESTRA COLIN DAVIS. Records

Contributors

Musica:
Jacques Roussel
Unknown:
Bruch Kol Nidrei
Cello:
Lynn Harrell

Robert Frost defined poetry as that which is lost in translation. If he was right, then the poets Edwin Morgan from Scotland and Italian Roberto Sanesi have been wasting their time; Morgan has published
English versions of poems from half a dozen languages and Sanesi has rendered
English poetry from the Anglo Saxons to Basil Bunting into Italian.
As part of the Festival they held a public dialogue about this impossible art.
They discuss translation with Joe Farrell , specialist in Italian. Producer JULIAN MAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Edwin Morgan
Unknown:
Roberto Sanesi
Unknown:
Joe Farrell

played by KATHLEEN WINKLER and MICHAEL DUSSEK
Wieniawski Legende
Sarasate Zigeunerweisen
Beethoven Sonata in D, Op 12 No 1 (R)

Contributors

Played By:
Kathleen Winkler
Played By:
Michael Dussek
Unknown:
Wieniawski Legende
Unknown:
Sarasate Zigeunerweisen
Unknown:
Beethoven Sonata

BBC SINGERS, REDCLIFFE ENSEMBLE conducted by JOHN POOLE Frank Bridge Autumn;
A Litany (Drop, Drop, Slow Tears); O Weary Hearts
Martinu The Prophecy of Isaiah PAMELA PRIESTLEY SMITH (soprano)
JULIET TRESTINI (mezzo-soprano) JONATHAN ROBARTS (baritone)
Anthony Milner The Harrowing of Hell
ANDREW MURGATROYD (tenor) JEREMY WHITE (baritone)
Martinu Three Sacred Songs NICHOLAS WARD (violin)
Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor
(Presented last October in St John Smith Square, London, by Redcliffe
Concerts in association with the BBC)

Contributors

Conducted By:
John Poole
Conducted By:
Frank Bridge
Baritone:
Jonathan Robarts
Baritone:
Anthony Milner
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Andrew Murgatroyd
Baritone:
Jeremy White
Violin:
Nicholas Ward
Violin:
Vaughan Williams

Philip Larkin. the respected poet, was passionate about jazz and for several years reviewed jazz records for the Daily
Telegraph. In the second of two programmes, Peter Dickinson traces Larkin's interest in jazz through his writing, with examples on record. Larkin's words are read by DAVID KILLICK.

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Larkin.
Unknown:
Peter Dickinson
Read By:
David Killick.

The Indian writer Vikram Seth has published a travel book, a collection of lyric poems and a novel in Pushkinian sonnets.
All three have received awards. In conversation with poet Peter Porter , he explains his delight in different forms and how their disciplines inspire him. Producer JULIAN MAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Vikram Seth
Unknown:
Peter Porter

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London

Radu Lupu (piano)
Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, led by Viktor Liberman, conducted by Riccardo Chailly

Mozart Overture: Idomeneo; Piano Concerto No 19 in F (K 459)

8.05* Michael Berkeley looks back over the orchestra's colourful 100-year history. With contributions from Richard Osborne and others.

8.25* Bruckner Symphony No 3 in D minor

(A simultaneous broadcast with BBC2) (For details see page 67)

Contributors

Pianist:
Radu Lupu
Musicians:
Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Viktor Liberman
Conductor:
Riccardo Chailly
Presenter (Interval):
Michael Berkeley
Guest (Interval):
Richard Osborne

by PERRY PONTAC with and Everilda applies for the post of housekeeper to the Lufframs. She's highly trained and experienced, as well as young and beautiful, but Mrs Luffram hires her because of another more surprising qualification.
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Perry Pontac
Unknown:
Mrs Luffram
Directed By:
Richard Wortley
Everilda:
Brenda Blethyn
Mrs Luffram:
Judy Parfitt
Mr Luffram:
Robert Lang
Vicar:
Philip Sully

BBC Radio 3

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Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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