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Poulenc Three Novelettes PASCAL ROGE (piano)
7.07* Chausson Poeme AUGUSTIN DUMAY (violin)
MONTE CARLO PO MANUEL
ROSENTHAL
7.24* Sousa Washington Post
PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE/
ELGARHOWARTH
7.30 News
7.35 Vivaldi Concerto in A (RV159)
ENGLISH CONCERT TREVOR PINNOCK
7.40* Purcell Suite No 8 in F COLIN TILNEY (harpsichord)
7.46* Zelenka Capriccio No 3 in F
CAMERATA BERN;
ALEXANDER VAN WIJNKOOP
8.03* Boccherini Sinfonia in D minor, Op 12 No 4 NEW PHILHARMONIA/
RAYMOND LEPPARD Records

Contributors

Violin:
Monte Carlo Po Manuel
Unknown:
Trevor Pinnock
Unknown:
Alexander van Wijnkoop

Grieg
Six Norwegian Mountain Melodies
EVA KNARDAHL (piano) Five Songs, Op 60
ELLEN WESTBERG ANDERSEN (soprano)
JENS HARALD BRATLIE (piano) Slatter, Op 72
EVA KNARDAHL (piano) Records

Contributors

Soprano:
Ellen Westberg Andersen
Piano:
Jens Harald Bratlie
Piano:
Eva Knardahl

The new Orpheus of our time
ANGELO BERARDI , 1689
The third of six programmes Trio Sonata in A, Op 1 No 3 Sonata in B flat, Op 5 No 2, for violin and continuo Trio Sonata in G minor, Op 2 No 6
L'ÉCOLE D'ORPHÉE directed by JOHN HOLLOWAY (violin)
(Fourth programme tomorrow at9.35am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Angelo Berardi
Directed By:
John Holloway

REYKJAVIK WIND ENSEMBLE
Bernhardur Wilkinson (flute) Dadi Kolbeinsson (oboe)
Einar Johannesson (clarinet) Joseph Ognibene (horn) Hafsteinn Gudmundsson (bassoon)
Ferenc Farkas Old Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century Thorkell Sigurbjornsson Scramble
Jacques Ibert Trois pieces breves
BBC Wales

Contributors

Oboe:
Dadi Kolbeinsson
Clarinet:
Einar Johannesson
Horn:
Joseph Ognibene
Bassoon:
Hafsteinn Gudmundsson
Bassoon:
Ferenc Farkas
Unknown:
Thorkell Sigurbjornsson
Unknown:
Jacques Ibert Trois

from the University of Wales The tenth of 12 programmes BERLIN PIANO TRIO
Mozart Divertimento in B flat (K254)
Schumann Trio No 1 in D minor, Op 63
2.00* Wild Wales
J.O. Roberts reads from
GEORGE BORROW.
2.05* Brahms Trio No 2 in c, Op 87
(In association with University College. Cardiff) BBC Wales

Pieces for two traditional Japanese instruments KINUKO SHIRANE (koto)
YOSHIKAZU IWAMOTO (shakuhachi) Shinichi Yueze Shin-sen -cho Bukyoku
Tezo Matsumura Shikyoku (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Yoshikazu Iwamoto
Unknown:
Shinichi Yueze Shin-Sen
Unknown:
Tezo Matsumura Shikyoku

Bridget Riley , one of Britain's foremost abstract painters, talks to Julian Spalding ,
Director of the City Art Gallery, Manchester.
Producer HANS PIETSCH (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bridget Riley
Unknown:
Julian Spalding
Producer:
Hans Pietsch

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London

Howard Shelley (piano)
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, led by James Clark, conducted by James Loughran

Berlioz Overture: King Lear

William Mathias Piano Concerto No 3

8.15* Shaw on Elgar
'Edward Elgar, the figurehead of music in England, is a composer whose rank it is neither prudent nor indeed possible to determine. Either it is one so high that only time and prosperity can confer it, or else he is one of the Seven Humbugs of Christendom.'
Timothy West reads a Shavian tribute to Sir Edward Elgar, published in 1920.

8.35* Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat

Contributors

Pianist:
Howard Shelley
Musicians:
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
James Clark
Conductor:
James Loughran
Author (Shaw on Elgar):
Bernard Shaw
Reader (Shaw on Elgar):
Timothy West
Producer (Shaw on Elgar):
John Theocharis

The last of nine plays about Church and State under the Roman Empire by JOHN ARDEN and MARGARETTA D'ARCY with Roshan Seth as Paul of Tarsus
Anne Jameson as Oenothea Jill Bennett as Eutropia Michael N. Harbour as Constantine and Elizabeth Spriggs as Kybele Hypothesis
'Am I therefore to subordinate my sovereignty upon earth, now, to the rule of Christ, he who will be imposing himself over me once I am dead?' Was Constantine's embracing of Christianity another political act or a true commitment, a revelation?
With JONATHAN TAFLER
ALAN DUDLEY and ZELAH CLARK
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN BOXER Performed by the CONCHORD ENSEMBLE. LONDON VOICES and TRINITY BOYS' CHOIR Technical presentation by CAROL MCSHANE. DAVID BLOUNT and ROSAMUND MASON
Directed by RONALD MASON and PENNY LEICESTER
Executive producer RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Arden
Unknown:
Margaretta D'Arcy
Unknown:
Roshan Seth
Unknown:
Anne Jameson
Unknown:
Oenothea Jill Bennett
Unknown:
Elizabeth Spriggs
Unknown:
Kybele Hypothesis
Unknown:
Jonathan Tafler
Unknown:
Alan Dudley
Unknown:
Zelah Clark
Conducted By:
Stephen Boxer
Presentation By:
Carol McShane.
Presentation By:
David Blount
Presentation By:
Rosamund Mason
Directed By:
Ronald Mason
Producer:
Ronald Mason
Helen:
Mary Wimbush
Mary:
Angela Pleasence
Jaxartes:
Sam Dastor
Fausta:
Samantha Bond
Semiramis:
Souad Faress
Joachim:
Stephen Boxer
Melantho:
Cassie McFarlane
Constantia:
Karen Archer
Hebrew scholar:
Leonard Fenton
Camel driver:
Alix Refaie
Camel master:
Michael Deacon

The Scarlatti Family
Domenico at the Portuguese Court
From 1719, Scarlatti worked alongside a native Portuguese composer, Carlos de Seixas, at the court of John V in Lisbon. This programme includes sonatas by Scarlatti and Seixas, and an early setting of the Stabat mater by Scarlatti.

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