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7.35 Vivaldi Concerto (RV 146)
CAPELLA SAVARIA/
NICHOLAS MCGEGAN
7.41 Deodat de Severac Baigneuses au soleil
JEAN-JOEL BARBIER (piano)
7.48 Debussy Arabesque No 1: SUSAN DRAKE (harp)
7.52 Stanley Organ
Concerto in C minor, Op 10
NORTHERN SINFONIAI
GERALD GIFFORD (organ)
8.04 Grieg Norwegian Dances, Op 35
GOTHENBURG SO/
NEEME JAR VI. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas McGegan
Harp:
Susan Drake
Unknown:
Gerald Gifford

Robert Schumann
Nachtlied (Lieder und Gesange, Op 96)
DIETRICH FISCHER -DIESKAU (baritone)
CHRISTOPH ESCHENBACH
(piano)
Nachtstiicke Nos 3 and 4 VLADIMIR HOROWITZ
(piano)
Requiem, Op 148
HELEN DONATH , JULIE KAUFMANN (sopranos) MARJANA LIPOVSEK , BIRGIT CALM (altos)
THOMAS MOSER (tenor)
JAN HENDRIK ROOTERING
(bass)
BAVARIAN RADIO CHOIR
BAVARIAN RSO/
WOLFGANG SAWALLISCH Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Schumann
Unknown:
Dietrich Fischer
Piano:
Christoph Eschenbach
Piano:
Vladimir Horowitz
Unknown:
Helen Donath
Sopranos:
Julie Kaufmann
Sopranos:
Marjana Lipovsek
Tenor:
Thomas Moser
Bass:
Jan Hendrik Rootering
Unknown:
Wolfgang Sawallisch

A programme of French music including
Couperin's La Paix du Pamasse, settings of Parnassian poets by Duparc and Chausson, piano music by Debussy and Ravel, Magnard's
Hymn to Venus, and Lalo's rarely heard Violin Concerto.
WILLIAM CHRISTIE and CHRISTOPHE ROUSSET (harpsichords)
ALISON PEARCE (soprano) GRAHAM JOHNSON (piano) LIEGE PO/
PIERRE BARTHOLOMEW
TRIO SONNERIE
ARTURO BENEDETTI
MICHELANGELI (piano)
LOIRE PO/
PIERRE DERVAUX
AUGUSTIN DUMAY (violin)
TOULOUSE CAPITOLE/
MICHEL PLASSON
MIKHAIL RUDY (piano) Producer JEREMY HAYES BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
La Paix
Unknown:
William Christie
Harpsichords:
Christophe Rousset
Soprano:
Alison Pearce
Piano:
Graham Johnson
Unknown:
Pierre Bartholomew
Unknown:
Arturo Benedetti
Unknown:
Pierre Dervaux
Violin:
Augustin Dumay
Unknown:
Michel Plasson
Piano:
Mikhail Rudy
Producer:
Jeremy Hayes

led by RICHARD HOWARTH conducted by LIONEL FRIEND
IRENE SANDFORD (SOp)
RAPHAEL WALLFISCH (cello)
Stanford Overture and Ballet Music (The Veiled Prophet)
Frank Bridge Two
Poems for orchestra
Stanford Ballata and Ballabile for cello and orchestra

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Howarth
Conducted By:
Lionel Friend
Conducted By:
Irene Sandford
Cello:
Raphael Wallfisch
Cello:
Stanford Overture

BBC WELSH SO led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by BRYDEN THOMSON The third of 12 programmes featuring a cycle, of Daniel Jones symphonies, each complemented by a Russian work.
Stravinsky Norwegian Moods
Jones Symphony No 3 BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Haskey
Conducted By:
Bryden Thomson
Unknown:
Daniel Jones

Warum stets zum
Wasser, Op 24 No 2; Erschuttert steh ich,
Op 24 No 5; Wenn dein Auge, Op 24 No 6; Der Schmetterling, Op 28
No 3; Auf dem Kirchof,
Op 28 No 4; Die Muse, Op 29 No 1; Der Engel, Op 1 (bis); Der Engel, Op 36 No 1; Das Blumelein , Op 36 No 2; Kaum Rosen , Op 36 No 3; Arion, Op 36 No 6
ALISON HARGAN (sop)
IAIN LEDINGHAM (piano)

Contributors

Unknown:
Das Blumelein
Unknown:
Kaum Rosen
Unknown:
Alison Hargan
Piano:
Iain Ledingham

Mark Twain Country The second of three programmes.
Copland An Outdoor Overture
Ferde Grofe Mississippi Virgil Thomson
Arcadian Songs and Dances from Louisiana Story
5.10
Life on the Mississippi by MARK TWAIN.
5.15 Copland Suite: The Tender Land
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by RICHARD PITTMAN
(Final programme next Friday at 12.15pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Twain
Unknown:
Mark Twain.
Unknown:
Martin Loveday
Conducted By:
Richard Pittman

In the second of five
Programmes charting the traditional jazz revival in Britain that began in the late 40s, Alyn Shipton concentrates on the trumpeter Ken Colyer. Colyer rejoined the Merchant Navy in 1952 simply to get to New Orleans and hear the ftusic first hand.
Among the numbers his 'Jazzmen' recorded Were Isle of Capri,
Gatemouth and St Philip Street Breakdown, which featured the American clarinettist George Lewis. Mono

Contributors

Unknown:
Alyn Shipton
Unknown:
Ken Colyer.
Clarinettist:
George Lewis.

As the British Art Show (part of Glasgow 1990) opens at the refurbished McLellan Galleries, William Feaver talks with one of the exhibition's selectors, David Ward , and the artist Caroline Russell. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS

Contributors

Talks:
William Feaver
Unknown:
David Ward
Artist:
Caroline Russell.
Producer:
Judith Bumpus

Madame Aubray Principles by DUMAS fils, translated by JOANNA RICHARDSON. With and Madame Aubray is an espouser of good causes. But what will she do when family interests conflict with her high-minded principles?
Directed by PETER KAVANAGH (R)

Contributors

Translated By:
Joanna Richardson.
Directed By:
Peter Kavanagh
Madame Aubray:
Susan Fleetwood
Baratin:
Geoffrey Palmer
Jeannine:
Jane Snowden
Camille:
Stephen Tompkinson
Valmoreau:
Steve Hodson
Tellier:
Paul Gregory
Lucienne:
Deborah Makepeace
Gaston:
Caroline Gruber

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