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Saint-Saens Havanaise , Op 83: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg (violin) New York Chamber
Symphony/Schwarz
7.30am News
7.35 Copland Danzon Cubano: Dallas SO/Mata
7.43 Francaix Trio in C (Mono)
Jascha Heifetz (violin) Joseph de Pasquale (viola);
Gregor Piatigorsky (cello)
7.53 trad, arr
Perez-Freire Creole Song (Mono)
Tito Schipa (tenor) with orchestra
7.57
Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings
Academy of St Martin/
Neville Marriner. Records
8.30am News

Contributors

Unknown:
Saint-Saens Havanaise
Violin:
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg
Violin:
Jascha Heifetz
Viola:
Gregor Piatigorsky
Unknown:
Tchaikovsky Serenade
Unknown:
Neville Marriner.

Four Studies, Op10 Nos 1-4 - Louis Lortie

Ballade No 1 in G minor - Alfred Cortot

Four Waltzes: in F, Op 34 No 3; A flat, Op 42; D flat, Op 64 No 1; A flat, Op 69 No 1 - Dinu Lipatti

Barcarolle in F sharp - Murray Perahia

Polonaise in A flat, Op 53 - Ignacy Paderewski

Three Studies, Op 25 Nos 10-12 - Tamas Vasary.

(Records)

The first broadcast performances of Prokofiev's Sonata for cello solo and Rachmaninov's own arrangement for piano duet of his Symphony No 1 with Shostakovich's String
Quartet No I and Piano Quintet, Britten's Cello Suite No 3 and Rachmaninov's Three
Russian Songs.
Steven Isserlis (cello) Martin Jones. Richard McMahon (piano duet) Coull Quartet
Chilingirian Quartet with Clifford Benson (piano) Concertgebouw Chorus and Orch/Ashkenazy Producer Jeremy Hayes BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Cello:
Steven Isserlis
Cello:
Martin Jones.
Piano:
Richard McMahon
Piano:
Clifford Benson
Producer:
Jeremy Hayes

On 7 January 1960 the BBC's Third Programme launched its Thursday
Invitation Concerts. The original billing claims the programmes were built 'on the principle that equal importance should be given to past and present.'This inaugural concert, which married Mozart and Boulez, is repeated today with its original announcements.
Mozart Quintet in Eflat (K 614): Amadeus String Quartet and Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
Boulez Le Marteau sans maitre: New Music
Ensemble/John Carewe Mozart Quintet in C (K 515): Amadeus String Quartet and Cecil Aronowitz (viola)

Contributors

Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Viola:
Boulez Le Marteau
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz

live from the London Coliseum,
Robin Holloway 's opera based on the 18th-century novel by Richardson in its world premiere production by David Pountney. (soprano) (tenor) (soprano) (soprano) (sop) (mezzo) (tenor) (sop) (bar) (bar) (treble) (mezzo)
ENO Orchestra leader Barry Griffiths conductor
Oliver Knussen
8.50 Sean French considers how suitable the seven volumes of Clarissa are for an operatic transformation 250 years later.
Producer Elizabeth Burke
9.10 Act 2

Contributors

Unknown:
Robin Holloway
Production By:
David Pountney.
Leader:
Barry Griffiths
Conductor:
Oliver Knussen
Producer:
Elizabeth Burke
Clarissa:
Vivian Tierney
Lovelace:
Graeme Matheson-Bruce
Anna:
Rosa Mannion
Cousin:
Penelope Walmsley-Clark
Aunt:
Shelagh Squires
Voice offather:
Peter Sidhom (bass)
Uncle:
Peter Sidhom (bass)
Mother:
Jill Pert
Brother:
Justin Lavender
Sister:
Claire Primrose
Screwtape:
Eric Shilling
Doctor:
Paul Napier-Burrows
Boy:
Charley Henderson
Nursing woman:
Ann Gall

Potestad by Eduardo Pavlovsky. Translated and adapted for radio by David Graham - Young. Performed by Tom Watson.
An exploration, set in Buenos Aires, of a man's state of mind after his daughter has apparently been abducted by agents of an oppressive regime. Producer Stewart Conn BBC Scotland (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Eduardo Pavlovsky.
Unknown:
David Graham
Unknown:
Tom Watson.
Producer:
Stewart Conn

BBC Radio 3

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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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