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Tchaikovsky Polonaise (Eugene Onegin )
Royal Opera House Orchestra/
Colin Davis
7.05 Strauss Horn
Concerto No 2 in Eflat Peter Damm (hom) Dresden State
Orchestra/
Rudolf Kempe

Contributors

Unknown:
Eugene Onegin
Unknown:
Colin Davis
Horn:
Strauss Horn
Unknown:
Peter Damm
Unknown:
Rudolf Kempe

7.35 Berlioz Overture: The Corsaire
Montreal SO/Dutoit
7.43 Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in A minor Tomas Sosnowski : Camerata Bern
7.54 Nazareth Two Tangos
Arthur Moreira Lima (piano)
8.00 Dvorak The Water Goblin: Czech PO/ Zdenck Chalabala Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Tomas Sosnowski
Unknown:
Camerata Bern
Unknown:
Zdenck Chalabala

Couperin
Concert Royal No 3 in A Trio
Sonnerie Jucunda vox ecclesiae (Motet for St Augustin) Jill Feldman and Isabelle Poulenard (sopranos)
Jaap ter Linden (viola da gamba)
Davitt Moroney (organ) Les Nations: Suite No 2
(L'espagnole) Hesperion XX
Director Jordi Savall. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Sonnerie Jucunda
Unknown:
Jill Feldman
Sopranos:
Isabelle Poulenard
Sopranos:
Jaap Ter Linden
Unknown:
Davitt Moroney
Director:
Jordi Savall.

New London Consort
Etienne de Meaux Trop est mes maris jalos anon Por coi me bait mes maris; Bele Yolanz Richart de Fournival
Onques n'amai tant con jefui amee anon Li debounaires Dieus m'a mis en sa prison
Audefroi le Bastart Bele Ysabiaus, pucele bien aprise. BBC North

Contributors

Unknown:
Bele Yolanz

conductor Professor Gurt Frischmut
Brahms Motet , Op 74: Warum ist das Licht gegeben den Muhseligen Reger Zwei geistliche Gesange aus Op 138: Unser leiben Frauen TraumNachtlied ;
Weismann Derr Herr ist neine Hirte (Ps 23) BBC Wales (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Gurt Frischmut
Unknown:
Brahms Motet
Unknown:
Muhseligen Reger Zwei
Unknown:
Weismann Derr Herr

South African writer Rian Matan , a blood relative of the inventor of apartheid, whose extraordinary indictment of South Africa My Traitor's Heart has just been published, talks with fellow countryman Christopher Hope. Producer Tim Dee

Contributors

Unknown:
Rian Matan
Unknown:
Christopher Hope.
Producer:
Tim Dee

A musical celebration of May Day, set in 16th-century Italy with echoes from the songs and masquerades of Carnival. The character of Colombina, written by Michelene Wandor and played by Fiona Shaw, weaves in and out of the revellers, a spectator and yet a participant.
Linda Hurst (mezzo) John Potter and Mark Padmore (tenors)
Musica Antiqua of London/Philip Thorby

Contributors

Writer:
Michelene Wandor
Colombina:
Fiona Shaw
Mezzo:
Linda Hurst
Tenor:
John Potter
Tenor:
Mark Padmore
Musicians:
Musica Antiqua of London
Conductor:
Philip Thorby
Producer:
Judith Roles

Trouble Sleeping by Nick Ward.
Rosemary and her grown-up son have lived in prolonged self-absorbed rural isolation. The return of Rosemary's widowed sister is treated as a threat.
Director Nick Ward
Producer Penny Gold
(In association with the Royal
National Theatre Studio)

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Ward.
Terence Daley:
Jim Broadbent
Ursula:
Constance Chapman
Rosemary Daley:
Patricia Routledge
Angela:
Miranda Foster

BBC Radio 3

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