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Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1 in D: ITZHAK PERLMAN (violin)
BBC SO/GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
7.23* Prokofiev Polka (Eugene Onegin , Op 71): SNO/NEEME JARVI
7.30 News
7.35 Respighi II tramonto
CAROL MADALIN (mezzo-soprano) ECO/ALFRED BONAVERA
7.52* Dohnanyi Suite , Op 19 RPO/MALCOLM SARGENT. Records

Contributors

Violin:
Itzhak Perlman
Unknown:
Eugene Onegin
Unknown:
Dohnanyi Suite

Schubert Rondo brillant in B minor
(D 895) NATHAN MILSTEIN (violin) GEORGES PLUDERMACHER (piano) An Sylvia (D 891)
DIETRICH FISCHER DIESKAU (baritone)
GERALD MOORE (piano) Trio in E flat (D 929)
BEAUX ARTS TRIO. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Schubert Rondo
Violin:
Nathan Milstein
Baritone:
Dietrich Fischer Dieskau
Piano:
Gerald Moore

Bairstow Blessed City, Heavenly Salem
CHOIR OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE,
OXFORD/JOHN HARPER
GEOFFREY WEBBER (Organ)
9.45* Sumsion Trio
DEAKIN PIANO TRIO
10.00* Rubbra Three Psalms BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
10.09* Stanford Serenade in F, Op 95: CAPRICORN
10.39* Hoist Three Vedic Hymns (Op 24)
BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
10.48* Parry Symphony No 5 in B minor: LPO/ADRIAN BOULT
11.12* Cruft Into God's Kingdom, Op 80
BRIAN RAYNER COOK (baritone) ANTONY SAUNDERS (piano)
11.25* Walmisley Oboe Sonatina No 2 in G ROBIN CANTER (Oboe)
RICHARD BURNETT (fortepiano)
11.33* Ouseley O Saviour of the World
Parry My Soul, There Is a Country
Stanford Glorious and Powerful God: choir OF MAGDALEN
COLLEGE, OXFORD/JOHN HARPER Producer JONATHAN STRACEY
BBC Pebble Mill

led by BEN BUURMAN conducted by CHARLES GROVES PATRICIA MCMAHON (soprano)
Frederick Rimmer , orch lain Hamilton Of a Rose, a Lovely Rose; Born Is the Babe
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 1 in c minor (Winter Daydreams) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Conducted By:
Charles Groves
Soprano:
Patricia McMahon
Soprano:
Frederick Rimmer

A Christmas oratorio by Giovanni Lulier , first performed in 1698. RAGLAN BAROQUE SINGERS RAGLAN BAROQUE PLAYERS led by MONICA HUGGETT
Continuo TIMOTHY MASON (cello) SARAH CUNNINGHAM (violone) NIGEL NORTH (archlute) ANDREW LUCAS (organ) directed by NICHOLAS KRAEMER (harpsichord) Parti

Contributors

Unknown:
Giovanni Lulier
Unknown:
Monica Huggett
Unknown:
Timothy Mason (cello)
Cello:
Sarah Cunningham
Unknown:
Nigel North
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Andrew Lucas
Harpsichord:
Nicholas Kraemer
Angel:
Gillian Fisher (soprano)
Mary:
Patrizia Kwella (soprano)
Joseph:
Paul Elliot (tenor)
Satan:
Stephen Varcoe(bass)
Shepherds:
Elizabeth Priday(soprano)
Shepherds:
Michael Chance (alto)

The eighth of 12 programmes presented by Graham Sheffield. Chopin Fantasy in F minor, Op 49
Brahms Intermezzi in a, Op 118 No 2, and E minor, Op 119 No 2 Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 44
With the GUARNERI QUARTET
Villa-Lobos A Prote do bebe (excerpts)
Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor: SYMPHONY
OF THE AIR/ALFRED WALLENSTEIN
Prokofiev March (The Love of Three Oranges) Records

Contributors

Presented By:
Graham Sheffield.
Unknown:
Brahms Intermezzi

To close the series, three recent scores by young composers. GUILDHALL STRING ENSEMBLE directed by ROBERT SALTER
Robert Saxton Birthday Music for Richard Rodney Bennett (1986) (first broadcast)
Nigel Osborne Esquisses (1987) Nicholas Bannan Round Dance (1986) conducted by THE COMPOSER (first broadcast)
Series producer NIGEL WILKINSON

Contributors

Directed By:
Robert Salter
Directed By:
Robert Saxton
Unknown:
Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown:
Nicholas Bannan
Producer:
Nigel Wilkinson

Charles Fox presents the second in a series of six
Programmes on the American saxophonist Charlie Parker who was born in Kansas City in 1920. He examines
Parker's musical beginnings in Kansas City with the help of Jay McShann , with whose band
Parker began playing at the end of the 30s.
Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Fox
Unknown:
Charlie Parker
Unknown:
Jay McShann

Patrick Reyntiens , designer of cathedral stained glass windows, talks with Sir Roy Strong. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Reyntiens
Unknown:
Sir Roy Strong.
Producer:
Judith Bumpus

Amlyn ac Amig (The Vow) by SAUNDERS LEWIS , translated from the Welsh by TONY CONRAN
In medieval Normandy an earl is called upon to sacrifice his sons to honour a vow made many years before.
Original music composed and conducted by William Mathias VALERIE ALDRITCH-SMITH (harp) BBC WELSH CHORUS
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Music producer MICHAEL GEORGE Producer ADRIAN MOURBY. BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
Saunders Lewis
Unknown:
Tony Conran
Conducted By:
William Mathias
Harp:
Valerie Aldritch-Smith
Producer:
Michael George
Producer:
Adrian Mourby.
Amlyn:
Ray Smith
Amig:
Bernard Lloyd
Belisent:
Bethan Jones
Raphael/Porter:
David Lyn
Fool:
Andy Hockley
Poet:
Wynford Evans
Serving Women:
Nesta Harris
Serving Women:
Christine Pritchard
Amlyn's sons:
Richard Jeremy
Amlyn's sons:
Christopher Parsons

The third of 12 programmes. The Jacobean consort style abroad: canzonas, intradas and dances from two collections of 1601 by the German composer Hans Leo Hassler.
PARLEY OF INSTRUMENTS directed by PETER HOLMAN and MARK CAUDLE
NEW LONDON CONSORT directed by PHILIP PICKETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Hans Leo Hassler.
Directed By:
Peter Holman
Directed By:
Mark Caudle
Directed By:
Philip Pickett

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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