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Fifth of six programmes. Handel Organ Concerto, Op 4 No 5 (1966 recording) EDUARD MULLER (organ) SCHOLA CANTORUM
Telemann Paris Quartet No 6 in E minor
QUADRO AMSTERDAM. Records
Last of six programmes of piano music by Debussy. Berceuse heroique
JEAN-FRANCOIS ANTONIOLI En blanc et noir
MARTHA ARGERICH ; STEPHEN
BISHOP-KOVACEVICH Etudes: Book 2
D'un cahier d'esquisses THE COMPOSER
Records. Series producer EDWARD BLAKEMAN
Smetana From Bohemia's Woods and Fields (Ma Vlast)
Elgar, arr Tertis Cello Concerto
RTVKA GOLANI (viola) RPO/VERNON HANDLEY Delius In a Summer
Garden: RPO/BEECHAM Chopin Cello Sonata
MARTHA ARGERICH (piano) Dvorak Te Deum
GABRIELA BENACKOVA-CAPOVA (soprano)
JAROSLAV SOUCEK (bar) PRAGUE PHILHARMONIC
CHORUS; CZECH PO/NEUMANN Records
The week ahead with Michael Hall and studio guest Edward Downes , chief conductor of the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. Plus
Krystian Zimerman on Lutoslawski's Piano Concerto and Yuri Bashmet on 'the best viola concerto ever written'.
Producers GRAHAM SHEFFIELD and JANE WALKER
The Tempest: Suite No 2;
Lemminkainen in Tuonela
BBC WELSH SO led by JAMES CLARK conducted by RONALD ZOLLMAN BBC Wales
and MAUD MARTIN TORTELIER (cellos)
GEOFFREY PRATLEY (piano) Couperin Concert No 13 in G, for two cellos
Bach Suite for cello solo
No 2 in D minor (BWV 1008) Handel, arr Tortelier/ Feuillard Trio Sonata in G minor (HWV 393)
Sonata in G minor, Op 19
Tortelier Valse , alia Maud Paganini , arr Tortelier Introduction and Variations on Rossini's 'Dal tuo stellato' BBC Pebble Mill (R)
directed by STUART HUTCHINSON (piano) A sequence of early canticles, songs, Purcell realisations and part songs by Britten.
conducted by CHRISTOPH VON DOHNANYI Tippett Triple Concerto DANIEL MAJESKI (violin) ROBERT VERNON (viola) STEPHEN GEBER (cello)
Schubert Symphony No 9 (R)
Jan Smaczny introduces
Dvorak's Cypresses (B 11), in their first complete UK broadcast.
PHILIP LANGRIDGE (tenor) RADOSLAV KVAPIL (piano) BBC Bristol
CLEVELAND STRING QUARTET SABINE MEYER (clarinet) Brahms Quartet, Op 51 No 2; Clarinet Quintet (SF Berlin recording)
Pictures from an Exhibition
Ravel's vivid orchestration of Mussorgsky's score has been a popular concert showpiece from the moment it appeared in 1922. Geoffrey Norris assesses the 50 or so versions on disc, including the very first, made by Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony in 1930. Producer NIGEL WILKINSON
(Ashkenazy conducts his own orchestration of 'Pictures' in Monday evening's 's Prom)
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Opera in three acts, with libretto by C.S. Capeci and music by Handel.
(sung in Italian)
Academy of Ancient Music, led by Christopher Hirons, conducted by Christopher Hogwood
8.00 Christopher Hogwood talks with George Pratt about Orlando and Handel's other 'magic' operas.
8.20 Acts 2 and 3
(See panel, left)
In the first of two conversations between Colin Tudge and Professor Ernst Mayr , founder of modern evolutionary biology, myths about the birth of Darwinism are laid to rest. Producer NICHOLAS MORGAN
Concerto for orchestra
BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by BELA DEKANY conducted by THE COMPOSER
The second of three programmes introduced by Edward Higginbottom. Eustache de Caurroy's Te Deum and Salve Regina , with an anonymous Pater noster.
CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD/HIGGINBOTTOM
DAVID BURCHELL (organ)
Faure Berceuse , Op 16 Y AN PASCAL TORTEUER (violin)
ORCHESTRE DU CAPITOLE
Doppler Berceuse, Op 15 PER OIEN (flute); GEIR
HENNING BRAATEN (piano) Godard Berceuse (Jocelyn)
ORCHESTRA/ MARRINER Records