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7.35 Mendelssohn
Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream
VIENNA PO/ANDRE PREVIN
7.46 Bruch Kol Nidrei LYNN HARRELL (cello) PHILHARMONIA/
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY
7.56 Delibes Suite: Coppelia
BERLIN PO/KARAJAN. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruch Kol Nidrei
Cello:
Lynn Harrell
Unknown:
Vladimir Ashkenazy

Roussel and Dutilleux Roussel Petite suite
FRENCH NATIONAL RADIO
ORCHESTRA/
JEAN MARTINON
Dutilleux Violin Concerto (L'Arbre des songes) ISAAC STERN (violin) FRENCH NATIONAL
ORCHESTRA/LORIN MAAZEL; Metaboles
FRENCH NATIONAL orchestra;
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Dutilleux Roussel Petite
Unknown:
Jean Martinon
Violin:
Isaac Stern

Last of three programmes. Cantata No 180: Schmucke dich, 0 liebe Seele
Cantata No 79: Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild
PATRIZIA KWELLA (soprano) GILLIAN FISHER (soprano) MICHAEL CHANCE (alto)
WILLIAM KENDALL (tenor) MICHAEL GEORGE (bass)
RAGLAN BAROQUE SINGERS RAGLAN BAROQUE PLAYERS led by ROY GOODMAN directed by NICHOLAS KRAEMER Series producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON (R)

Contributors

Soprano:
Gillian Fisher
Tenor:
William Kendall
Unknown:
Roy Goodman
Directed By:
Nicholas Kraemer
Unknown:
Nicholas Anderson

SCHUBERT ENSEMBLE
Jacqueline Shave (violin) Roger Tapping (viola) Jane Salmon (cello) Peter Buckoke (double-bass)
William Howard (piano) Anthony Powers
Etudes-tableaux: Book 2 (first broadcast)
Brahms Piano Quartet in c minor, Op 60

Contributors

Double-Bass:
Peter Buckoke
Piano:
William Howard
Piano:
Anthony Powers

A summer season of works staged at the Paris Opera, 1828-65.

Rossini's last opera (1829) with its elevating plot - the liberation of Switzerland from
Austrian rule in 1314 - and an abundance of tragic, picturesque scenes, was the high spot of early romantic opera.
(sung in the original French).
AMBROSIAN OPERA CHORUS RPO/LAMBERTO GARDELLI
Acts 1 and 2

4.15 Richard Osborne on Guillaume Tell and Rossini's relations with the Paris Opera.

4.25 Acts 3 and 4.
Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Osborne
William Tell, a Swiss patriot:
Gabriel Bacquier
Matilde:
Montserrat Caballe (sop)
Arnold, who loves her:
Nicolai Gedda (tenor)
Edwige, Tell's wife:
Jocelyne Taillon (mezzo)
Jemmy, their son:
Mady Mesple (soprano)
Melchthal, Arnold's father:
Gwynne Howell (bass)
Gessler, Austrian Governor of the Cantons of Schwyz and Uri:
Louis Hendrikx (bass)
Rudolph, a captain:
Ricardo Cassinelli (tenor)
Walter Furst, a Swiss patriot:
Kolos Kovacs (bass)
Leuthold, a shepherd:
Nicolas Christou (bar)
Fisherman:
Charles Burles (tenor)
Huntsman:
Leslie Fyson (baritone)

Live from the Royal Albert Hall London.

Yyri Bashmet (viola) BBC Philharmonic, led by Dennis Simons, conducted by Valery Gergiev

Prokofiev Symphony No 1 in D (Classical)

Alfred Schnittke Viola Concerto

8.20 John Warrack describes how Tchaikovsky collaborated with the choreographer, Petipa, to make The Sleeping Beauty.

8.40 Tchaikovsky The Sleeping Beauty: Act 3

Contributors

Violaist:
Yuri Bashmet
Musicians:
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Dennis Simons
Conductor:
Valery Gergiev
Speaker (Interval):
John Warrack

In the second of two conversations with Colin Tudge ,
Professor Ernst Mayr , founder of modern evolutionary biology, argues that Darwin's ideas have made biology a science unlike any other. Producer NICHOLAS MORGAN Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Tudge
Unknown:
Professor Ernst Mayr
Producer:
Nicholas Morgan

Charles Fox introduces the first of two programmes of recordings by two of the world's leading pianists in the field of contemporary music, one playing totally composed music, the other totally improvised. This week,
ROGER WOODWARD
Takemitsu Far Away; Piano Distance Xenakis Mists Feldman Piano

Contributors

Introduces:
Charles Fox
Unknown:
Roger Woodward

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

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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