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Piers Burton-Page presents the first edition of Radio 3's morning programme of music, news, weather, and headlines from the arts world, including:
7.42* Haydn Piano Trio in G (H XV 25)
8.42* Bach
Partita No 2 in C minor
(BWV 826)

The Court of Frederick the Great
Hasse Overture; Aria: Se mai turbo il tub riposo (Cleofide)
Emma Kirkby (soprano) Cappella Coloniensis/ William Christie
Weiss Prelude and Allemande
(Suite in D minor)
Konrad Junghanel (lute) Quantz Concerto in E minor: Neil McLaren (flute) Cambridge Baroque Camerata/
Jonathan Hellyer Jones
Franz Benda Sonata in F
Jorg Baumann (cello)
Klaus Stoll (double bass) Johann Gottlieb Graun
Concerto in D
Siegfried Pank (viola da gamba)
Academy for Old Music Producer Patrick Lambert
Records

Contributors

Soprano:
Emma Kirkby
Unknown:
William Christie
Unknown:
Konrad Junghanel
Flute:
Neil McLaren
Unknown:
Jonathan Hellyer Jones
Unknown:
Franz Benda
Cello:
Jorg Baumann
Cello:
Klaus Stoll
Bass:
Johann Gottlieb Graun
Producer:
Patrick Lambert

The third of six programmes from this year's festival, live from the Pittville Pump Room. Chilingirian Quartet:
Levon Chilingirian and Mark Butler (violin)
Louise Williams (viola) Philip de Groote (cello)
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (The Lark)
Bartok Quartet No 3

Contributors

Unknown:
Levon Chilingirian
Violin:
Mark Butler
Viola:
Louise Williams
Cello:
Philip de Groote

Architect Christopher
Bishop visits the Pump Room and the Gustav
Hoist Museum, two of the architectural features of the Pittville Estate, and talks to Judith Bumpus about frustrated plans to develop the Regency spa.
12.00 Tavener
The Hidden Treasure
Haydn Quartet in Bflat, Op 71 No 1

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Bumpus

Stephen Kovacevich (piano) The last concert of the season, live from St John 's, Smith Square, London. Schubert Moments musicaux (D 780)
Beethoven Sonata in A, Op101
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Contributors

Piano:
Stephen Kovacevich
Unknown:
St John

The first of two programmes. Pierne Variations Libres et Finale
Pieter Ode (flute)
Joke Willing-Brethouwer
(harp); Peter Thoma (violin) Joke Vermeulen (viola) Henk Lambooy (cello) Koechlin Primavera
Philippe Racine (flute) Xenia Schindler (harp)
Robert Zimansky (violin) Monika Clemann (viola) Curdin Coray (cello) Records

Contributors

Flute:
Pieter Ode
Harp:
Joke Willing-Brethouwer
Harp:
Peter Thoma
Viola:
Joke Vermeulen
Cello:
Henk Lambooy
Flute:
Philippe Racine
Harp:
Xenia Schindler
Violin:
Robert Zimansky
Viola:
Monika Clemann
Cello:
Curdin Coray

Francis Grier plays the organ of St Saviour's
Church, St Albans, and talks to Ian Carson.
Komm, heiliger Geist
(BWV 651); Allein Gott in der HoV sei Ehr' (BWV 662); Sonata No 6 in G (BWV 530); 0
Lamm Gottes unschuldig (BWV 656); Komm,
Gott Schopfer , heiliger Geist (BWV 667)

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Grier
Unknown:
Ian Carson.
Unknown:
Allein Gott
Unknown:
Lamm Gottes
Unknown:
Gott Schopfer

Rossini's extravaganza for the coronation of King Charles X in Rheims in 1825, live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in a new production by John Cox. (sop) (sop) (tenor) (mezzo) (sop) (bar) (bar) (tenor) (bass) (bar) (sop) (bar) (tenor) (bass) (tenor)
Royal Opera Chorus director Terry Edwards Orchestra of the Royal
Opera House/Carlo Rizzi Parti
8.20 An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman....
Philip Brady discusses some non-musical variations of Rossini's theme.
8.45 Part 2
9.35 ...and a Glaswegian Italian
Armando Iannucci dissects the European animal.
10.00 Part 3
* MUSIC AND ARTS: page 13

Contributors

Production By:
John Cox.
Director:
Terry Edwards
Unknown:
Carlo Rizzi
Unknown:
Philip Brady
Connna:
Sylvia McNair
Madama Cortese:
Montserrat Caballe
Cavalier Belfiore:
John Aler
Marchesa Malibea:
Della Jones
Contessa di Folleville:
Renee Fleming
Don Profondo:
Gregory Yurisich
Don Alvaro:
Peter Coleman-Wright
Conte di Liebenskof:
Bonaventura Bottone
Don Prudenno:
Eric Garrett
Baron Trombonok:
Andrew Shore
Maddalena:
Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Antonio:
Bruno Caproni
Zefirino:
Lynton Atkinson
Lord Sidney:
Alastair Miles
Gelsomino:
Alasdair Elliott

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