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Last of six programmes.
Handel Concerto in B flat. Op4No6
URSULA HOLLIGER (harp)
ENGLISH CONCERT/PINNOCK Telemann Concerto in B flat: AURÈLE AND
CHRISTIANE NICOLET (flutes), HEINZ HOLLIGER and LOUISE PELLEGRIN (oboes) CAMERATA BERN/FURI Records. Series producer ROBERT LAYTON

Contributors

Flutes:
Heinz Holliger
Oboes:
Louise Pellegrin
Producer:
Robert Layton

A selection of arrangements, transcriptions and borrowings.
Mozart, arr Wendt
Overture: The Marriage of Figaro: NETHERLANDS WIND ENSEMBLE trad, arr Beethoven
The Pulse of an Irishman; The Parting Kiss
DIETRICH FISCHER-DIESKAU (baritone)
YEHUDI MENUHIN (violin) HEINRICH SCHIFF (cello) HARTMUT HOLL (piano)
Verdi, arr Liszt Rigoletto Paraphrase
JORGE BOLET (piano)
Pergolesi, arr Barbirolli Concerto for oboe and strings
EVELYN ROTHWELL (oboe) HALLE ORCHESTRA/
JOHN BARBIROLLI
Stravinsky Divertimento LONDON SINFONIETTA/
RICCARDO CHAILLY. Records

Contributors

Violin:
Yehudi Menuhin
Cello:
Heinrich Schiff
Piano:
Hartmut Holl
Piano:
Jorge Bolet
Oboe:
Evelyn Rothwell
Unknown:
John Barbirolli
Unknown:
Riccardo Chailly.

arr Vaughan Williams All People That on Earth Do Dwell (Old 100th) (Mono) 1953 CORONATION CHOIRS
AND ORCHESTRA
OSBORNE PEASGOOD (organ) Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D (BWV 1050) (Mono)
ROGER CORTET (flute)
JACQUES THIBAUD (violin) CO OF THE ECOLE NORMALE DE PARIS/ALFRED CORTOT (piano)
Dvorak String Quartet in E: PRAGUE QUARTET
Tchaikovsky Tatiana 's Letter Scene (Eugene Onegin: Act 1) (Mono)
LJUBA WELITSCH (soprano) PHILHARMONIA/SUSSKIND
Brahms, orch Schoenberg Piano Quartet No 1 CBSCRATTLE. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Osborne Peasgood
Unknown:
Bach Brandenburg
Flute:
Roger Cortet
Violin:
Jacques Thibaud
Piano:
Alfred Cortot
Unknown:
Tchaikovsky Tatiana
Soprano:
Ljuba Welitsch

Michael Hall and guest
John Lill discuss the week ahead. Also Mark Elder talks about working with the National Youth Orchestra and James Wood accesses his computer to illustrate new rhythmic concepts in his BBC commission Oreion. Producers JANE WALKER and GRAHAM SHEFFIELD

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hall
Unknown:
John Lill
Unknown:
James Wood
Producers:
Jane Walker
Producers:
Graham Sheffield

Richard Osborne introduces the last performance Herbert von Karajan gave in Berlin of the Verdi Requiem. It was given last October as part of the 1988 Berlin Festival in the Philharmonie with the orchestra he directed for 34 years.
JULIA VARADY (soprano)
FLORENCE QUIVAR (mezzo) VINSON COLE (tenor)
JOHN TOMLINSON (bass) VIENNA PHILHARMONIC CHORAL SOCIETY
BERLIN PO /KARAJAN SF Berlin recording

Contributors

Introduces:
Richard Osborne
Unknown:
Herbert von Karajan
Soprano:
Julia Varady
Soprano:
Florence Quivar
Tenor:
Vinson Cole
Bass:
John Tomlinson
Bass:
Vienna Philharmonic
Unknown:
Berlin Po

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain/Charles Groves

Gilbert Vinter Salute to Youth

Holst A Moorside Suite

Richard Rodney Bennett The Flowers of the Forest (first performance)

Denis Wright Cornet Concerto

Derek Bourgeois Blitz

Malcolm Arnold The Padstow Lifeboat

Contributors

Musicians:
National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain
Conductor:
Charles Groves

by SALTYKOV SHCHEDRIN (1826-89) dramatised by JACK WINTER With
Directed by MATTHEW WALTERS (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Saltykov Shchedrin
Dramatised By:
Jack Winter
Directed By:
Matthew Walters
Saltykov:
Edward de Souza
Rabbit:
David Learner
Wolf:
Pauline Letts
Ms Rabbit:
Suzy Bran

live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA
OF GREAT BRITAIN led by MALCOLM ALUSON conducted by MARK ELDER Sibelius Pohjola 's
Daughter; The Bard; The Oceanides
8.00 The Ring in Leipzig A selection from the Viennese baritone and theatre manager Angelo Neumann 's Personal
Recollections of Richard Wagner adapted by BERT COULES.
Reader EDWARD DE SOUZA
8.25 Wagner
Die Walkure: Act 3
(The appearance of National Youth Orchestra of Great
Britain has been made possible by support from Lloyds Bank pic and Toyota (GB) Ltd)
0 See David Gillard , right

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall
Unknown:
Great Britain
Unknown:
Malcolm Aluson
Conducted By:
Mark Elder
Conducted By:
Sibelius Pohjola
Unknown:
Angelo Neumann
Unknown:
Richard Wagner
Reader:
Bert Coules.
Reader:
Edward de Souza
Unknown:
David Gillard
Brünnhilde:
Gwyneth Jones (soprano)
Wotan:
Simon Estes (bass)
Sieglinde:
Jane Eaglen (soprano)
Gerhilde:
Phyllis Cannan (soprano)
Helmwige:
Janice Cairns (soprano)
Ortlinde:
Angela Bostock (soprano)
Waltraute:
Anne-Marie Owens (mezzo)
Siegrune:
Sally Burgess (mezzo-Soprano)
Rossweisse:
Della Jones (mezzo-Soprano)
Grimgerde:
Penelope Walker (alto)
Schwertleite:
Catherine Wyn-Rogers (contralto)

The first UK broadcast of James Wood 's work for percussion, keyboards and electronics.
STEVEN SCHICK and JAMES WOOD (percussion) DARMSTADT AND CORNWALL PERCUSSION ENSEMBLES PAUL . WEBSTER HELEN CRAYFORD ,
CLIVE WILLIAMSON. ELEANOR ALBERGA (keyboards)
JOHN WHITING. MIKE SKEET. RON BRIEFEL
(sound diffusion). BBC Wales (James Wood 's 'Oreion'is premiered in Wednesday's Prom, 7.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
James Wood
Unknown:
Steven Schick
Unknown:
James Wood
Unknown:
Paul . Webster
Unknown:
Helen Crayford
Unknown:
Clive Williamson.
Unknown:
Eleanor Alberga
Unknown:
John Whiting.
Unknown:
Mike Skeet.
Unknown:
Ron Briefel
Unknown:
James Wood

The last of three programmes introduced by Edward Higginbottom. Eustache du Caurroy's Missa pro defunctis and Claude Le Jeune 's
Magnificat are performed by the choir OF NEW
COLLEGE. OXFORD, directed by EDWARD HIGGINBOTTOM. MARTIN HALLOWS (organ)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Edward Higginbottom.
Introduced By:
Claude Le Jeune
Directed By:
Edward Higginbottom.
Directed By:
Martin Hallows

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