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Nielsen Pan and Syrinx Swedish RSO/Salonen
7.08 Sibelius En Saga Finnish RSO/Saraste
7.30am News
7.35 Weber Overture: Der
Freischutz: Dresden
Staatskapelle/Kleiber
7.44 Schumann Konzertstuck for four horns: Norbert Hauptman Manfred Klier , Christoph Kohler , Gerd Seifert conductor Klaus Tennstedt
8.01 Haydn Symphony
No 73 in D: Philharmonia
Hungarica/Dorati. Records

Contributors

Horns:
Norbert Hauptman
Horns:
Manfred Klier
Horns:
Christoph Kohler
Conductor:
Gerd Seifert
Conductor:
Klaus Tennstedt

Richard Strauss
Orchestral music:
1945-6.
Oboe Concerto in D
Ray Still; Academy of London/Richard Stamp
Metamorphosen, study for 23 solo strings: Philharmonia/ Otto Klemperer. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Strauss
Unknown:
Otto Klemperer.

from 20.55 A cross-section of the 1890s: the old, the new, the decadent and the ascetic; including songs by Brahms, Wolf and Schoenberg, orchestral music by Elgar, Sibelius and Strauss, Debussy's String Quartet and two of Verdi's sacred pieces. Producer Christopher Marshall

Contributors

Producer:
Christopher Marshall

Four programmes. Three pieces for piano; Coplas del ruisenor for guitar; Sonatina for piano (1953); Three pieces for guitar (1961) Timothy Walker (guitar) Bryn Turley (piano)

Contributors

Guitar:
Timothy Walker
Piano:
Bryn Turley

Five days before he died on 29 July 1970, Sir John Barbirolli conducted the Halle Orchestra in an all-Elgar concert at the King's Lynn Festival. This recording of the concert marks the 20th anniversary of his death. Introduction and Allegro Sea Pictures Kerstin Meyer (contralto) Symphony No 1 in A flat During the interval at
4.20 Barbirolli talks about his career.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Barbirolli
Contralto:
Kerstin Meyer

Andrew Parrott directs the Taverner Consort and Players in church music which Schutz might have heard on his visit to Italy in 1609, as well as in some of Schutz's own pieces written under Gabrieli's influence. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Parrott

American saxophonist Dexter Gordon died earlier this year. In this first of four programmes, Charles Fox looks back at his career in the 40s and introduces excerpts from an interview with him.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dexter Gordon
Unknown:
Charles Fox

Colin Tudge discusses the origin of the warm ocean current known as El Nino with climatologist Dr Mick Kelly and oceanographers Dr David Webb and Dr Brian King. Producer Deborah Cohen (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Tudge
Unknown:
El Nino
Unknown:
Dr Mick Kelly
Unknown:
Dr David Webb
Unknown:
Dr Brian King.
Producer:
Deborah Cohen

Evgeny Kissin (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, leader Michael Davis, conductor David Atherton

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

Balakirev, orch Lyapunov Islamey

Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1

8.15 The Russian Piano School: Bryce Morrison uncovers what lies behind an endless parade of talent.

8.35 Berlioz Three Scenes from 'Romeo and Juliet'

Contributors

Pianist:
Evgeny Kissin
Musicians:
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Michael Davis
Conductor:
David Atherton
Presenter (The Russian Piano School):
Bryce Morrison

The Thought of Lydia Frederic Raphael 's tale of friendship, love and murder, set in a country in ancient Asia Minor.
Music by Ilona Sekacz Producer Walter Acosta (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lydia Frederic Raphael
Music By:
Ilona Sekacz
Producer:
Walter Acosta
Lydia:
Suzanne Bertish
Candaules:
Robert Glenister
Gyges:
Michael Kitchen
Narrators:
Norman Rodway
Narrators:
Ronald Pickup
Narrators:
Dorothy Tutin
Guard Captain:
Norman Bird

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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