Open Forum Magazine: News and Features about the OU
Haydn Symphony No 91 in Eflat
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Colin Davis
in Eflat, Op 40
Barry Tuckwell (horn) Itzhak Perlman (violin) Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
leader Paul Willey conducter John Lubbock
Mateja Marinkovic (violin) Dvorak Symphonic Variations
Lalo Symphonie espagnole
with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library:
Elgar's Cello Concerto by Jerrold Northrop Moore. Nicholas Kenyon reviews new and historic recordings of Kurt Weill.
Weill Berlin im Licht and other songs H K Gruber (baritone/conductor)
Sonata in G (D 894)
Michel Dalberto (piano)
William Primrose (viola)
BBC Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra/Adrian Boult (Mono 1946)
Nicholas Kenyon reviews Choral Music on Record, edited by Alan Blyth.
Missa brevis in C (K 259) Organ Solo Mass Soloists, Cologne Chamber Choir
Collegium Carthusianum/ Peter Neumann
Symphony No 2
Gulbenkian Orchestra/ Michel Swierczewski
Records. Producers Nick Morgan and Kate Bolton
(Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
Mary Holland of the Observer muses on how broadcasting restrictions can affect language and meaning in Northern Ireland.
Producer Hamish Mykura
Jorge Federico Osorio (piano)
Brahms Rhapsody in B minor, Op 79 No 1; Four Ballades, Op 10 Franck Prelude, Choral and Fugue
leader Jacqueline Hartley conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Dong-Suk Kang (violin) Rossini Overture:
Chausson Poeme, Op 25 Rachmaninov
Symphony No 2 in E minor, Op 27
Mozart Adagio in C (K 580a) Trio di Clarone Hans Deinzer
Varese Density 21.5 Roberto Fabbriciani
(flute), Bach, arr
Robert Goldman Gravement (Fantasia in G, BWV572)
Winds/Frederick Fennell Records
Pianist Nikolai Demidenko talks to Chris de Souza about the difficulties and rewards of teaching pupils at the Yehudi Menuhin
School. He also plays Medtner's Sonata tragica, Two Legends by Liszt, and Variations on 'La ci darem la mano' by Chopin.
Producer Sarah Devonald
with Charles Fox.
Producer Andrew Mussett
with Christopher Cook. Reviews: Philip Roth 's memoir of his father
Talawa Theatre 's Antony and Cleopatra in Liverpool and Rambert Dance Company's Slippage.
Opinions: Philip Dodd. Peter Kemp.
Feature: French cinema of the 1930s rediscovered. Argument:
Michael Goldfarb 's
American Civil War.
Producers Tim Dee , John Boundy
NFW Four operas exploring the Orpheus myth. 1: Orfeo
A tragicomedy by Luigi Rossi , first performed in the Palais Royal, Paris in 1647. Libretto by Francesco Buti. Recorded in the Wiener Konzerthaus.
Les Arts Florissants conductor William Christie.
Acts 1 and 2
Jeremy Beadle considers the Orpheus myth.
A discussion on an issue of the moment, chaired by Paul Barker.
at the Belfast Music Society. Beethoven Piano Quintet in Eflat major, Op 16
Francaix Wind Quintet Michael Alcorn
Perichoresis Poulenc Sextet