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Rossini Overture: The
Silken Ladder: NPOIChaiWy
7.06 Debussy
Two Arabesques
Kathryn Stott (piano)
7.14 Sarasate Carmen
Fantasy: Itzhak Perlman (violin); NYPO/Mehta
7.30am News
7.35 Bizet L'Arlesienne:
Suite No 1: French
National Orch/Ozawa
8.00 Mozart Divertimento in F (K 213): Berlin
Philharmonic Winds
8.12 Ravel Suite: Mother
Goose: Toulouse Capitole/ Michel Plasson. Records

Contributors

Piano:
Kathryn Stott
Violin:
Itzhak Perlman
Unknown:
Michel Plasson.

with Richard Osborne.
Record Review
Building a Library: Mahler's Second Symphony by Edward Seckerson.
Stephen Johnson on new chamber releases.
10.40 Record Release
Mozart Sonata in F (K 376) Frank Peter Zimmermann
(violin); Alexander Lonquich (piano)
11.00 Schubert Quartet in D (D 94)
Sine Nomine Quartet
11.20 Debussy Suite bergamasque:
Gordon Fergus-Thompson (piano)
11.40 Bruckner Intermezzo
Sonare Quartet; Vladimir Mendelssohn (viola)
11.49 Respighi Feste Romane (Mono: 1949)
NBC SO/Arturo Toscanini
12.13 Edward Greenfield talks to members of the Emerson Quartet.
Beethoven Quartet in F, Op 135: Emerson Quartet Producer Nick Morgan
('Record Review' is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Osborne.
Unknown:
Edward Seckerson.
Unknown:
Stephen Johnson
Violin:
Frank Peter Zimmermann
Violin:
Alexander Lonquich
Piano:
Gordon Fergus-Thompson
Viola:
Vladimir Mendelssohn
Viola:
Respighi Feste
Talks:
Edward Greenfield
Producer:
Nick Morgan

Three programmes. Scarlatti Sonatas
(Kk 208 and 391) Aniello Desiderio
Brouwer La espiral eterna Ginastera Sonata, Op 47 Joaquin Clerch
Britten Nocturnal
Aniello Desiderio

Contributors

Unknown:
Aniello Desiderio
Unknown:
Joaquin Clerch
Unknown:
Britten Nocturnal
Unknown:
Aniello Desiderio

Fritz Kreisler The March of Tin Soldiers
Miklos Szenthelyi (violin) Judit Szenthelyi (piano) Faure, orch Henri Robaud Dolly Suite
Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa Bartok For Children
Zoltan Koesis (piano) Mozart A Musical Joke
J F Paillard CO/Paillard Record

Contributors

Unknown:
Fritz Kreisler
Violin:
Miklos Szenthelyi
Piano:
Judit Szenthelyi

Verdi's opera in three acts, libretto
Arrigo Boito , after Shakespeare. (sung in Italian) (tenor) (bar) (ten) (bass) (mezzo) (soprano) (mezzo) (tenor) (bar)
Robert Shaw Chorale
NBC SO/Toscanini. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Arrigo Boito
Dr Caius:
Gabor Carelli
Sir John Falstaff:
Giuseppe Valdengo
Bardolph:
John Carmen Rossi
Pistol:
Norman Scott
Mistress Meg Page:
Nan Merriman
Mistress Alice Ford:
Herva Nelli
Mistress Quickly:
Cloe Elmo
Nannetta:
Teresa Stich-Randall
Fenton:
Antonio Madasi
Ford:
Frank Guarrera

Ernst Kovacic (violin) BBC Philharmonic leader Dennis Simons conductor Rudolf Barshai live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet
Britten Violin Concerto
8.20 A Stroll in South Kensington
3: The Museum Island
Architect Ian Grant visits the Natural History
Museum and considers the Victorian development of the area as an academic centre.
8.40 Prokofiev
Symphony No 5

Contributors

Violin:
Ernst Kovacic
Leader:
Dennis Simons
Conductor:
Rudolf Barshai
Unknown:
Albert Hall
Unknown:
Ian Grant

Mme Tussaud (in effigy above) was made rich by wax, while others have been disturbed by her dummies. David
Benedictus investigates. Readers Moir Leslie and Simon Treves. Producer Piers Plowright

Rag Marwa: Viram Jasani (sitar); Gurdev Singh (sarod); Ustad Latif Ahmed Khan (tabla).
Presenter Viram Jasani.

Contributors

Unknown:
Viram Jasani
Unknown:
Gurdev Singh
Unknown:
Ustad Latif
Unknown:
Ahmed Khan
Presenter:
Viram Jasani.

Philip Brady explores the career of the German political singer Wolf Biermann , who has produced much of his finest work under house arrest in East Berlin.
How does he feel about
German reunification? Producer Elizabeth Burke

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Brady
Singer:
Wolf Biermann
Producer:
Elizabeth Burke

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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