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Verdi Overture: Aida LSO/Claudio Abbado
7.11 Dvorak Romance
St Paul CO/
Pinchas Zukerman (violin)
7.30am News
7.35 Arnold English Dances, Op 27
Philharmonia/Thomson
7.43 Haydn Six Scottish Folk Songs: Janet Baker Yehudi Menuhin (violin)
George Malcolm (h'chord)
7.54 Schubert Symphony No 1 in D: Academy of St Martin/Marriner. Records

MFW First eight programmes of Restoration stage music by Henry Purcell and his contemporaries.
Parley of Instruments, directors Roy Goodman and Peter Holman
Emma Kirkby (soprano) David Thomas (bass) Anthony Rooley (lute)
Purcell The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian Dialogue: Tell Me Why Locke The Tempest

Contributors

Music By:
Henry Purcell
Directors:
Roy Goodman
Directors:
Peter Holman
Soprano:
Emma Kirkby
Bass:
David Thomas
Bass:
Anthony Rooley

(piano and harpsichord) The seventh of nine programmes.
Handel Suite No 1 in A
(1972 recording)
Bach French Suite No 4 in E flat (BWV 815)
Wagner, trans Gould Siegfried Idyll
Bach Sonata in G minor
(BWV 1029) (1973 rec) With Leonard Rose (cello) Records

Contributors

Cello:
Leonard Rose

Maria Ewing (soprano) Emanuel Ax (piano)
LSO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Walton Overture:
Portsmouth Point Beethoven Piano
Concerto No 1 in C, Op 15
11.45 Interval Reading
11.50 Berlioz La Mort de Cleopdtre
Janacek Sinfonietta

Contributors

Soprano:
Maria Ewing
Soprano:
Emanuel Ax
Conductor:
Michael Tilson Thomas

with Leslie Forbes.
Hugo Williams reads a new poem about the food of his childhood, and attempts to make pancakes. Producer Elizabeth Burke

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Forbes.
Unknown:
Hugo Williams
Producer:
Elizabeth Burke

with Paul Guinery.
Villa-Lobos Harmonica
Concerto: Robert Bonfiglio NY Chamber Symphony/ Gerard Schwarz
Ives Variations on 'America'
Simon Preston (organ) Debussy Syrinx
James Galway (flute) Barber Knoxville :
Summer of 1915 Jill Gomez (sop); City of London Sinfonia/Hickox Martinu Le Jazz
Lubomir Panek Singers
Prague SO/Zybnek Vostrak Bernstein Symphonic
Dances (West Side Story) Los Angeles PO/Bemstein

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Guinery.
Unknown:
Robert Bonfiglio
Unknown:
Gerard Schwarz
Unknown:
Simon Preston
Flute:
Barber Knoxville
Unknown:
Jill Gomez
Unknown:
Vostrak Bernstein

From St Brides's Church, Fleet Street. Introduced by Right Rev Peter Firth. Suffragan Bishop of Malmesbury. With poetry and readings.
Hymn: The Royal
Banners Forward Go;
Motet: 0 quam gloriosum (Victoria); Hymn: A Safe
Stronghold; Anthem: Lead Me Lord (S S Wesley); Hymn: Praise to the Holiest; Sanctus
(Langlais); The Call
(Vaughan Williams); Ubi caritas et amor (Durufle); Easter and Antiphon (Vaughan Williams)
BBC Singers/Simon Joly Organist Andrew Lumsden Readers Jill Balcon , Brian Gear

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Firth.
Organist:
Andrew Lumsden
Readers:
Jill Balcon
Readers:
Brian Gear

When We Dead Awaken
In Henrik Ibsen 's last play, a celebrated sculptor returns to Norway with his young wife and confronts Irene, the tormented model of his masterpiece.
Translated and adapted by Robert Ferguson.
Music Ilona Sekacz
Director Ned Chaillet

Contributors

Unknown:
Henrik Ibsen
Adapted By:
Robert Ferguson.
Music:
Ilona Sekacz
Director:
Ned Chaillet
Professor Rubek:
Paul Scofield
Irene:
Cheryl Campbell
Maja:
Imogen Stubbs
Squire Ulfheim:
Jon Strickland
Superintendent:
Terence Edmond
Nun:
Joanna Myers
Lars:
Alan Barker
Miss Kieland:
Joanna Myers
Baroness:
Danielle Allan

Frederica von Stade ,
Anne Howells (mezzos), Constance Hauman ,
Helen Field (sopranos), Alfreda Hodgson (alto), Robert Tear (tenor),
David Wilson-Johnson (bar), Richard Van Allan (bass) Finchley Children's Music Group, conductors Ronald Corp, Stefan Asbury LSO and Chorus/
Michael Tilson Thomas
Britten The Children's
Crusade

Contributors

Unknown:
Frederica von Stade
Unknown:
Anne Howells
Unknown:
Constance Hauman
Sopranos:
Helen Field
Sopranos:
Alfreda Hodgson
Tenor:
David Wilson-Johnson
Bass:
Richard van Allan
Unknown:
Stefan Asbury
Unknown:
Michael Tilson Thomas

BBC Radio 3

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