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Vivaldi Violin Concerto in E (RV271) (LAmoroso) Simon Standage (violin) English Concert/Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord)
7.09 Liszt Liebestraume
Jorge Bolet (piano)
7.30am News
7.35 Monteverdi Lamento della ninfa (Eighth Book of Madrigals
- Madrigals of Love and War): Consort of Musicke/Anthony Rooley
7.41 Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden
RPO/MeredithDavies
7.50 Suk Love Song Pavel Stepa'n (piano)
7.57 Harty Ode to Nightingale
Heather Harper (soprano) Ulster Orchestra/Thomson
8.19 Schumann To
Clara (Bunte Blatter,
Op 99 No 1): Youri Egorov (piano). Records

Contributors

Violin:
Simon Standage
Harpsichord:
Liszt Liebestraume
Piano:
Jorge Bolet

Brahms
The first of five programmes of works from the 1860s: Brahms was gradually establishing himself in Vienna, and trying to free himself from his emotional attachment to Clara Schumann.
Waltzes in Band E, Op 39 Nos 1-2: Michel Beroff
Jean-Philippe Collard (piano duet)
Sextet No 1 in B flat
Amadeus String Quartet Cecil Aronowitz (viola) William Pleeth (cello)
Neekereien, Op 31 No2
A n die Heimat, Op 64 No 1 Edith Mathis (soprano),
Brigitte Fassbaender (alto), Peter Schreier (tenor),
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
(bar); Karl Engel (piano)
Variations on a Theme by Paganini, Op 35 Book II Claudio Arrau (piano)
Records. Producer John Thornley

Contributors

Unknown:
Clara Schumann.
Unknown:
Michel Beroff
Piano:
Jean-Philippe Collard
Viola:
Cecil Aronowitz
Cello:
William Pleeth
Soprano:
Edith Mathis
Soprano:
Brigitte Fassbaender
Tenor:
Peter Schreier
Tenor:
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Piano:
Karl Engel
Piano:
Claudio Arrau
Producer:
John Thornley

Honegger Symphony No2 (mono): Paris Conservatoire Orchestra/Charles Munch
9.57 Jolivet Suite liturgique: Magnificat, Musette and Final
Corinne Laporte (sop); Sophie Delbende (oboe/ cor anglais), Philippe Pennanguer (cello),
Genevieve Letang (harp)
10.02 Ibert Trio for violin, cello and harp Syrinx
10.15 Auric Quatre Chants de la France malheureuse:
Michel Carey (baritone); Marcelle Dedieu-Vidal (piano)
10.28 Honegger Symphony No3
(Symphonie Liturgique) Berlin PO/Karajan
11.01 Poulenc Figure humaine: The Sixteen/ Harry Christophers

Contributors

Unknown:
Corinne Laporte
Oboe:
Sophie Delbende
Cello:
Philippe Pennanguer
Harp:
Genevieve Letang
Harp:
Ibert Trio
Baritone:
Michel Carey
Baritone:
Marcelle Dedieu-Vidal
Unknown:
Harry Christophers

The Mozart Fragments The last in this series exploring the wealth of music by Mozart which, for various reasons, was never completed. Some of the surviving keyboard fragments are heard on instruments of our own and Mozart's day.
For two hands: Movement in G minor (K 312); Fantasy in D minor
(K 397); Allegro in B flat (K400); Variations on Sarti's 'Come un agnello' (K 460). For four hands: Fragments of a Sonata in G (K497a) and (K500a); Fugue in G minor (K401); and a Larghetto and Allegro not known to Kochel.
Producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Producer:
Piers Burton-Page

conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk David Home (piano) Linda Hirst (mezzo)
Stephen Roberts (baritone) Peter Nelson
Flight-Tableau lain Hamilton Piano
Concerto No
Lyell Cresswell A Modern Ecstasy
(Both first performances)

Contributors

Conductor:
Jerzy Maksymiuk
Piano:
Linda Hirst
Baritone:
Stephen Roberts
Baritone:
Peter Nelson
Unknown:
Lyell Cresswell

The first of three
NEW programmes played by James Dalton on the organ of The Queen's College, Oxford.
Prelude in Eflat (BWV
552); Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit; Christe, aller Welt Trost; Kyrie, Gott heiligerGeist; Kyrie, Gott Vater in Ewigkeit; Christe, aller Welt Trost; Kyrie,
Gott heiligerGeist; Allein Gott in der Höh'sei Ehr'; Allein Gott in derHoh 'sei
Ehr" (trio); Allein Gott in derHoh sei Ehr' (fughettq) (BWV669-77)

Contributors

Played By:
James Dalton
Unknown:
Gott Vater
Unknown:
Gott Vater
Unknown:
Allein Gott
Unknown:
Allein Gott
Unknown:
Allein Gott

Director Istvan Szabo talks to David Robinson about cinema in Hungary, the Oscar-winning Mephisto, and his first
English-language film Meeting Venus.
Producer Quentin Cooper

Contributors

Talks:
Istvan Szabo
Unknown:
David Robinson
Producer:
Quentin Cooper

Handel's opera (1728) parallels the plot of Shakespeare's King Lear in its conflict between the King of Persia and his two sons. (Sung in Italian)
Edward Brewer (harpsichord) Lorretta O'Sullivan (cello) Brewer Baroque CO/ Rudolph Palmer
Records (first UK broadcast)

Contributors

Harpsichord:
Edward Brewer
Cello:
Lorretta O'Sullivan
Unknown:
Rudolph Palmer
Cosroe, King of Persia:
John Ostendorf (bass)
Medarse, his son:
Steven Rickards (counter-Tenor)
Siroe, his other son:
D'Anna Fortunato (soprano)
Emira, secret lover of Siroe:
Julianne Baird (soprano)
Laodice, in love with Siroe:
Andrea Matthews (soprano)
Arasse:
Frederick Urrey (bass)

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