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Johann Strauss (son) Emperor Waltz - Vienna PO/Willi Boskovsky

7.11* Granados Danza espanola No 5 - Julian Bream (guitar)

7.16* Holst Suite No 1 in E flat for wind band, Op 28 - Cleveland Symphonic Winds/Frederick Fennell

7.30 News

7.35 Beethoven Rondino in E flat (WoO 25) - Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe

7.41* Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending - Iona Brown (violin), Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Neville Marriner

7.57* Liszt Petrarch Sonett No 47 (Annees de pelerinage) - Jorge Bolet (piano)

8.03* Vivaldi Concerto in F (rv 297) (Winter) - Franz Liszt CO/Janos Rolla

(Records)

Contributors

Unknown:
Vaughan Williams

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann. Record Review
Building a Library:
Shostakovich's Seventh
Symphony, the 'Leningrad', by Edward Seckerson.
Rodney Milnes reviews new opera sets: Wozzeck from
Abbado; The Tales of Hoffmann from Cambreling, and Die Walkure from Haitink.
10.40* Record Release
Ambroise Thomas Overture: Mignon: BOSTON SO/SEIJI OZAWA
10.49* Chabrier Espana BOSTON SO/SEIJI OZAWA
10.54* Saint-Saens Fantaisie, Op 124: KENNETH SlLLITO (violin) SKAILA KANGA (harp)
11.08* Ravel Bolero WYNEKE JORDANS and LEO VAN DOESELAAR (piano duet)
11.24* Vaughan Williams Five Tudor Portraits
SARAH WALKER (mezzo-soprano) HENRY HERFORD (baritone) GUILDFORD CHORAL SOCIETY
PHILHARMONIA/HILARY D AVAN
WETTON
12.16* An interview with Andras Schiff about some of his new recordings.
Bach English Suite No 6 in D minor (bwv 811) ANDRAS SCHIFF (piano)
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS (Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jeremy Siepmann.
Unknown:
Edward Seckerson.
Unknown:
Rodney Milnes
Unknown:
Chabrier Espana

City of London Festival
First of five concerts given by MUSICA ANTIQUA. COLOGNE.
John Jenkins Two fantasy-suites: No 2 in D minor; No 6 in F Gottfried Finger Sonata in B flat, for three violins and continuo
Thomas Baltzar Suite in G
Henry Purcell Chacony in G minor (z 807); Pa van in G minor (z 752); Fantazia in D (z 731)
(Given in July 1988 in the Church of St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London, in association with National Westminster Bank pic)

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Baltzar Suite
Unknown:
Henry Purcell Chacony

conducted by CHRlSTOF PRICK ALAN MARKS (piano)
Reger Eine Ballettsuite, Op 130 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 2, in D minor, Op 40
Schubert Symphony No 2 in B flat major (D 125)
(SR Saarbrucken recording) BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Conducted By:
Chrlstof Prick
Piano:
Alan Marks

played by EDUARDO FERNANDEZ Martin Quatre pieces breves
Giuliani Rossiniana No 3 Op 121 Thomas Eastwood
Ballade-Phantasy (R)

Contributors

Played By:
Eduardo Fernandez
Played By:
Martin Quatre
Unknown:
Giuliani Rossiniana
Unknown:
Thomas Eastwood

Christopher Cook (in the Chair) talks with Paul Barker ,
John Carey and Helen McNeil about Orpheus Descending by Tennessee Williams at the Haymarket Theatre, London; Christopher Cain 's film The Young Guns; Tom Stoppard 's The Dog It Was That Died on Channel 4; Lawrence of Arabia at the National Portrait Gallery, London; and the Essays of Virginia Woolf, Volume 3: 1919-24.
Producer PHILIP FRENCH. Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Cook
Unknown:
Paul Barker
Unknown:
John Carey
Unknown:
Helen McNeil
Unknown:
Christopher Cain
Unknown:
Tom Stoppard

Janacek's opera, based on a story by GABRIELA PREISSOVA . John Tyrrell introduces a recording to mark the 60th anniversary of Janacek's death in August 1928. (sung in Czech)
SLOVAK NATIONAL OPERA CHORUS
CZECH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by FRANTISEK JILEK (Czech Radio recording)

Contributors

Story By:
Gabriela Preissova
Introduces:
John Tyrrell
Conducted By:
Frantisek Jilek
Grandmother Buryja:
Luba Baricova (contralto)
Steva:
Jozef Kundlak (tenor)
Laca Klemen:
Frantisek Livora (tenor)
Kostelnicka Buryjovka:
Elena Kittnarova (soprano)
Jenufa:
Magdalena Blahusiakova (sop)
Jano:
Eva Antolicova (sop)
Foreman:
Jozef Spacek (baritone)
Barena:
Anna Klukova (sop)
Maid:
Jaroslava Horska (mezzo-Sop)
Mayor:
Ondrej Malachovsky (bass)
Mayor's wife:
Alzbeta Michalkova (mezzo)
Karolka:
Anna Czakova (sop)
Aunt:
Maria Cizniarova (contralto)

A Kind of Arden by MARTIN CRIMP . With and Mrs Tighe suns herself beside the pool on an island paradise, and a young honeymoon couple splash in the water. But is everything as perfect as it seems?
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS

Contributors

Unknown:
Martin Crimp
Directed By:
Matthew Walters
Mrs Tighe:
Patricia Routledge
Max:
Rob Edwards
Poppy:
Amanda Royle

The first of four programmes BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BEN BUURMAN conducted by SHAO EN TAN DUN (vocalisation) WANG GUO.TONG (Erhu) PETER HALL (tenor)
SCOTTISH PHILHARMONIC SINGERS chorusmaster IAN MCCRORIE Tan Dun On Taoism
He Xun-Tian Four Dreams Chen Yuan-Lin Ga, for unaccompanied chorus
Guo Wen-jing Shu Dao Nan, for chorus and orchestra
(All first UK performances) (Given in September 1988 in the Stevenson Hall, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama,
Glasgow, as part of the Festival of New Chinese Music) BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Ben Buurman
Conducted By:
Shao En
Conducted By:
Tan Dun
Unknown:
Wang Guo.Tong
Tenor:
Peter Hall
Unknown:
Ian McCrorie
Unknown:
Tan Dun
Unknown:
He Xun-Tian
Unknown:
Chen Yuan-Lin
Unknown:
Guo Wen-Jing

Six programmes of French cabaret songs presented by Richard Mayne.
1: Wartime: Everything's Going Really Well,
Madame la Marquise.... With Patachou,
Yvonne Printemps , Charles Trenet ,
Maurice Chevalier , Christian Borel , Ray Ventura and His Collegians, Jean Sablon ,
Andre Dassary , Leo Marjane , Fernandel, Jacques Pills and Yves Montand. Records

Contributors

Presented By:
Richard Mayne.
Unknown:
Yvonne Printemps
Unknown:
Charles Trenet
Unknown:
Maurice Chevalier
Unknown:
Christian Borel
Unknown:
Ray Ventura
Unknown:
Jean Sablon
Unknown:
Andre Dassary
Unknown:
Leo Marjane
Unknown:
Jacques Pills
Unknown:
Yves Montand.

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