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Handel Organ Concerto in F (The Cuckoo and the Nightingale)
Simon Preston ; English Concert/Trevor Pinnock
7.14 Telemann Concerto in Dfor three horns Hermann Baumann ;
Timothy Brown ; Nicholas Hill; Academy of St Martin/Iona Brown
7.30am News
7.35 Mozart Bassoon
Concerto in Bflat (K 191) Klaus Thunemann
Academy of St
Martin/Neville Marriner
7.52 Handel How
Silently, How Slyly (Julius Caesar ): Janet Baker (mezzo); ENO Orch/ Charles Mackerras
7.58 Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra SCO/Tippett. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Preston
Horns:
Hermann Baumann
Horns:
Timothy Brown
Unknown:
Julius Caesar
Unknown:
Janet Baker
Unknown:
Charles MacKerras

Gesualdo and Victoria
Both composers produced extensive sets of music for the sombre services of Matins which took place each Holy Week. This programme contrasts the responsories for Holy Saturday by Gesualdo and Victoria using the original readings.
Westminster Cathedral
Choir/David
Hill Hilliard Ensemble. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Hill Hilliard Ensemble.

G Gabrieli Sonata for three violins
Castello Sonata No 2
Fontana Sonata No 16 for three violins
Piccinini Toccata No 10; Tenore e corrente (II mercatello);
Ciaconna Uccellini Sonata , Op 4 No 5 Buonamente Sonata for three violins (Book 6) John Holloway (violin) Stanley Ritchie (violin) Andrew Manze (violin) Nigel North (theorbo)
John Toll (chamber organ, harpsichord)
10.15
Constanzo Antegnati Ricercar on the 12th tone
Stef Tuinstra (organ)
10.19 Carissimi
Oratorio: JePhte
Soloists; Monteverdi
Choir; English Baroque Soloists/Eliot
Gardiner Georg Muffat Toccata No 8: Rene Saorgin (organ)
10.50 Pachelbel Canon and Gigue
Biber Rosary Sonata: The Annunciation
Schmelzer Sonata for three violins
Froberger Lament on the Death of Ferdinand III
Purcell Three Parts upon a Ground in D

Contributors

Unknown:
Gabrieli Sonata
Unknown:
Ciaconna Uccellini Sonata
Violin:
John Holloway
Violin:
Stanley Ritchie
Violin:
Andrew Manze
Violin:
Nigel North
Harpsichord:
Constanzo Antegnati Ricercar
Unknown:
Stef Tuinstra
Unknown:
Gardiner Georg Muffat
Unknown:
Rene Saorgin
Unknown:
Pachelbel Canon
Unknown:
Schmelzer Sonata

Fourth of eight concerts with Paul Hindmarsh.
John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band/David King Peter Graham
The Essence of Time
John Gotland Sounds
George Lloyd English Heritage
Torstein Aaggard-
Nilson Circuis , Wind of the North (first perf)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Hindmarsh.
Unknown:
Peter Graham
Unknown:
Nilson Circuis

Paul Tortelier plays
French music in recitals from 1959 and 1963. Caixd'Hervelois
Prelude, Tambourin,
Plainte and Gigue (from Suite in D)
Debussy Sonata in D minor
Jean Rivier Rapsodie Tortelier Trois petits tours
Accompanied by Ernest Lush , Geoffrey Parsons.

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Tortelier
Unknown:
Jean Rivier Rapsodie
Unknown:
Tortelier Trois
Accompanied By:
Ernest Lush
Accompanied By:
Geoffrey Parsons.

The first of a four-part series in which Charles Melville looks at different aspects of partnership in jazz.
Two in Tandem - duos in which one partner tends to predominate. He includes Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang ,
Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines , Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc.

Contributors

Unknown:
Joe Venuti
Unknown:
Eddie Lang
Unknown:
Louis Armstrong
Unknown:
Earl Hines
Unknown:
Bob Haggart
Unknown:
Ray Bauduc.

Reflecting the celebrations surrounding the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII 's birth, a review of the exhibition
Henry VIII at Greenwich, in the National Maritime
Museum, London. Producer Judith Bumpus

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Viii
Unknown:
Henry Viii
Producer:
Judith Bumpus

Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
Eileen Hulse (soprano) Joshua Bell (violin)
Live from the Royal Festival Hall.

Knussen: Symphony No 3
Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No 2

8.15 A Stroll on the South Bank
As the Royal Festival Hall celebrates its 40th birthday, architect Ian Grant recalls the exciting modernity of its architecture, and talks to Judith Bumpus about more recent developments around the site.

8.35 Mahler: Symphony No 4

Contributors

Musicians:
Philharmonia Orchestra
Conductor:
Esa-Pekka Salonen
Soprano:
Eileen Hulse
Violinist:
Joshua Bell
Presenter (A Stroll on the South Bank):
Ian Grant
Interviewee (A Stroll on the South Bank):
Judith Bumpus

To mark the death last month of Graham Greene , another chance to hear Philip French's 1979 account of the man and his work, with contributions from
Anthony Burgess , John le Carre , Sir Hugh Greene , Michael Mayer , V S
Pritchett and Graham Greene himself.

Contributors

Unknown:
Graham Greene
Unknown:
Anthony Burgess
Unknown:
John Le Carre
Unknown:
Hugh Greene
Unknown:
Michael Mayer
Unknown:
Graham Greene

Cantata by Kurt Weill. Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor),
Stephen Charlesworth (baritone) Brindley Sherratt (bass) BBC Singers and Concert Orchestra/Simon Joly

Contributors

Unknown:
Kurt Weill.
Tenor:
Andrew Murgatroyd
Tenor:
Stephen Charlesworth
Bass:
Brindley Sherratt

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