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LSO/lstvan Kertesz
7.46 Faure Ballade , Op 19 Jean-Philippe Collard
(piano); Toulouse Capitol Orchestra/ Michel Plasson
7.59 Mozart Symphony No 34 in C (K 338)
ECO/Jeffrey Tate. Records Producer Philip Tagney

Contributors

Unknown:
Faure Ballade
Piano:
Jean-Philippe Collard
Unknown:
Michel Plasson

A week's progress through the orchestral music of Richard Strauss.
Today: 1876-83.
Festmarsch in E flat, Op 1 Bavarian SO/
Kurt Graunke
Symphony in D minor Bavarian RSO/
Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Horn Concerto No 1 in E flat, Op 11
Radovan Vlatkovic (horn) ECO/Jeffrey Tate. Records Producer David Papp

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Strauss.
Unknown:
Kurt Graunke
Horn:
Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Horn:
Radovan Vlatkovic

Music from Town ... Beginning with a Canzona by Gabrieli and a Gloria by Monteverdi composed for Venice, and ending with Festmusik by Strauss written for Vienna.
.. .and Country
Including Dvorak's
String Quintet in E flat at 10.04; Louis Glass's Woodland Symphony at
11.00; and Nielsen's Springtime in Funen at 11.40.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh

Contributors

Producer:
Paul Hindmarsh

Michael Hall and his guest, the conductor Andrew Davis , look ahead to the week's
Proms: a new production of Tippett's opera The Ice Break, Anthony Payne 's BBC commission Time's
Arrow, three works by Elgar and the Proms debut of I Virtuosi di Roma.
Producer Jane Walker

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hall
Conductor:
Andrew Davis
Unknown:
Anthony Payne
Producer:
Jane Walker

The second of three programmes featuring music from each of the Baltic Republics.
Today, Kriss Rusmanis introduces a selection of music from Estonia and talks about his recent experiences of musical life there.

Contributors

Introduces:
Kriss Rusmanis

The second of four programmes of the complete organ output of French organist
Jehan Alain, played in Coventry Cathedral by Thomas Trotter.
Presenter Paul Spicer. Prelude and Fugue;
Two Dances forAgrri
Yavishta; Aria; Lamento; Andante (Suite monodique); Fantaisies: Nos1andNo2

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Trotter.
Presenter:
Paul Spicer.

Michael Tippett's three-act opera, The Ice Break, live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

London Sinfonietta Chorus
London Sinfonietta conductor David Atherton

Acts 1 and 2

7.50 Ian Kemp and Michael Berkeley discuss the relative neglect of The Ice Break and its place in Tippett's later music.

8.10 Act 3

Contributors

Composer:
Michael Tippett
Singers:
London Sinfonietta Chorus
Musicians:
London Sinfonietta
Conductor:
David Atherton
Lev:
David Wilson-Johnson (baritone)
Nadia:
Heather Harper (soprano)
Yuri:
Sanford Sylvan (baritone)
Gayle:
Carolann Page (soprano)
Hannah:
Cynthia Clarey (mezzo-soprano)
Olympion:
Thomas Randle (tenor)
Luke:
Bonaventura Bottone (tenor)
Astron:
Sarah Walker (mezzo-soprano)
Astron:
Christopher Robson (counter-tenor)
Lieutenant:
Donald Maxwell (baritone)
Speaker (Interval):
Ian Kemp
Speaker (Interval):
Michael Berkeley

Conor Farrington 's monologue tells of Jim Norton , a technically brilliant pianist in search of perfection, who is haunted by the natural gift of his friend - a singer who effortlessly 'can make the soul rise up towards the stars'. Director John Theocharis

Contributors

Unknown:
Conor Farrington
Unknown:
Jim Norton
Director:
John Theocharis

I Virtuosi di Roma: Augusto Loppi (oboe) Franco Fantini (violin) Rocco Filippini (cello) Ferdinando Calcaviello (cello) director Angelo Stefanato (violin)

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

Corelli Concerto grosso in D, Op 6 No 4

Albinoni Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2

Boccherini Cello Concerto No 6 in D (G 479)

Vivaldi Concerto in D for two violins, two cellos and strings (RV 564)

Tartini Violin Concerto in D minor

Contributors

Oboist (I Virtuosi di Roma):
Augusto Loppi
Violinist (I Virtuosi di Roma):
Franco Fantini
Cellist (I Virtuosi di Roma):
Rocco Filippini
Cellist (I Virtuosi di Roma):
Ferdinando Calcaviello
Violinist/Musical Director (I Virtuosi di Roma):
Angelo Stefanato

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