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Debussy, orch Ravel Sarabande AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW
7.05* Faure, orch Rutter Cantique de Jean Racine CAMBRIDGE SINGERS, CITY OF LONDON
7.12* Balakirev Russia USSR SO/EVGENY SVETLANOV
7.35 Rossini Overture: Otello NATIONAL PORICCARDO CHAILLY
7.41* Salieri Concerto in c HEINZ HOLLIGER (oboe) AURELE NICOLET (flute) BAMBERG SO/PETER MAAG
8.00* Glazunov Concert Waltz No 1
BAMBERG SO NEEME JARVI. Records
Presented by Simon MUner Producer PETER BERG
Five programmes played by the BRODSKY STRING QUARTET WILLIAM BENNETT (flute) NICHOLAS cox (clarinet)
Flute Quartet in D (K 285);
Clarinet Quartet, Op 79 No 3 BBC Pebble Mill
Four weekly sequences of English madrigals
Byrd Though Amaryllis Dance in Green
Weelkes Death Have Deprived Me Wilbye Flora Gave Me Fairest Flowers
Morley Fyer , Fyer!
Gibbons Dainty Fine Bird
Wilbye Adieu, Sweet Amaryllis CAMBRIDGE SINGERS directed by JOHN RUTTER. Records
Introduced by Richard Osborne Record Review
Building a Library:
Sibelius's Violin Concerto by John Warrack
George Pratt reviews two new versions of Handel's Messiah conducted by Trevor Pinnock and Charles Mackerras and Blow's Venus and Adonis
10.40* Record Release
John Blow Venus and Adonis (soprano) (tenor) (tenor)(bass)
Broadcasting and the Arts i: Television
Robert Hewison chairs a discussion with Michael Jackson of the BBC and Roger Graef of Channel 4.
Woducer JULIAN HALE
Bach Prelude and Fugue In A minor (bwv 543) achubert March in E flat minor (D 819 No 5); Soirees de Vienne Nos 4, 6 and 9: JOHN BINGHAM (R)
A complete performance of Handel's Messiah given in July at Olavinlinna Castle.
MARGARET MARSHALL (soprano) SARAH WALKER (mezzo-soprano) ANTHONY ROLFE JOHNSON (tenor) PETTERI SALOMAA (bass) BBC WELSH CHORUS chorusmaster JOHN HUGH THOMAS BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by JAMES CLARK
Conducted by ROGER NORRINGTON (Finnish Radio recording)
live from the Radio Show. Earls Court, London, with Peter Clayton and Charles Fox
Richard Cork (in the Chair) talks with John Peter , Peter Porter and Hilary Spurling.
The Most Dangerous Man in the World, directed by Gavin Millar on BBC1; Nils Gaup 's film Pathfinder; the Sergei Eisenstein exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London; The Sneeze by Michael Frayn at the Aldwych Theatre, London; The Letters of T. S. Eliot (volume one), edited by Valerie Eliot. Producer PHILIP FRENCH
The second of five programmes Clarinet Quartet in E flat, Op 79 No 2; Flute Quartet in c (K 285b)
A musical adaptation of Voltaire's satire by Leonard Bernstein , who celebrated his 70th birthday in August.
Humphrey Burton introduces
Scottish Opera's new production. (In association with Standard Life)
0 Simultaneous broadcast with BBC2 See page 32 for full details
Caroline Elam , Editor of the Burlington Magazine, reflects upon the meaning of this mysterious Renaissance new town, preserved almost intact to this day.
Third of five programmes Flute Quartet in G (K 285a); Clarinet Quintet in A (K 581)
A short story by PETER MCNIFF Read by Eoin O'Callaghan Producer JEREMY HOWE BBC Northern Ireland
Henry Cowell Saturday Night at the Firehouse
MILWAUKEE SO/LUKAS FOSS Aaron Copland Corral
Nocturne, Saturday Night
Waltz and Hoe Down (Rodeo) DETROIT SO/ANT AL
DORATI Leonard Bernstein Three Dance Episodes (On the Town) ISRAEL PO;THE COMPOSER
Charles Ives Central Park in the Dark
BOSTON SO/SEUI OZAWA. Records