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The first of five programmes of concertos by Mozart with music by some of his contemporaries.
Mozart Flute Concerto in G (K313): Lisa Beznosiuk (flute), Academy of Ancient Music/Hogwood
7.25 G B Sammartini
Sinfonia in D
Ensemble 415/Banchini
7.32 J M Kraus
Piano Trio in D
Lucia Negro (fortepiano) Jaap Schroder (violin) Kari Ottesen (cello)

Contributors

Flute:
Lisa Beznosiuk
Violin:
Jaap Schroder
Cello:
Kari Ottesen

8.03 L A Lebrun
; Oboe Concerto in D minor
Paul Goodwin (oboe)
English Concert/Pinnock
8.22 Mozart Piano Concerto
No 24 in C minor (K491)
John Gibbons (fortepiano) Orchestra of the 18th
Century/Bruggen. Records

Contributors

Oboe:
Paul Goodwin
Unknown:
John Gibbons

Offenbach
1: The Paganini of the Cello Cello Concerto
Ofra Harnoy (cello)
Cincinnati SO/Kunzel
Les Larmes du
Jacqueline Werner Thomas (cello)
Munchener Kammerorch /
Hans Stadlmair
Suite No 1 for two cellos Rolan Pidoux ,
Etienne Peclard. Records
Producer Gwen Hughes

Contributors

Cello:
Ofra Harnoy
Cello:
Jacqueline Werner Thomas
Cello:
Munchener Kammerorch
Cellos:
Rolan Pidoux
Cellos:
Etienne Peclard.
Producer:
Gwen Hughes

Bach Cantata No 51:
Jauchzet Gott , Christmas Oratorio (Parts 1-3)
Emma Kirkby (soprano) James Bowman (countertenor)
William Kendall (tenor) Peter Harvey (bass)
Stephen Keavy (trumpet) Westminster Abbey Choir Brandenburg
Consort/Martin Neary
(In association with Wogen Resources Ltd)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jauchzet Gott
Soprano:
Emma Kirkby
Soprano:
James Bowman
Tenor:
William Kendall
Bass:
Peter Harvey
Bass:
Stephen Keavy

Mahler's Conductors
Robert Philip introduces a programme of recordings of Mahler, performed by Oskar Fried ,
Otto Klemperer , Bruno Walter and Willem Mengelberg. Producer Patrick Lambert

Contributors

Introduces:
Robert Philip
Unknown:
Oskar Fried
Unknown:
Otto Klemperer
Unknown:
Bruno Walter
Unknown:
Willem Mengelberg.
Producer:
Patrick Lambert

The sixth programme considers canzonas, dances and divisions by the English expatriate William Brade , from collections published in Hamburg and Lubeck in 1609 and 1617. The Parley of Instruments/ Peter Holman and Mark Caudle

Contributors

Unknown:
William Brade
Unknown:
Peter Holman
Unknown:
Mark Caudle

conductor Georges Pretre Francoise Pollet (soprano) French Radio Chorus
FIorent Schmitt Le palais hante, Op 49
Roussel Bacchus et
Ariane (Suite No 2) Poulenc Gloria
Ravel La Valse

Contributors

Conductor:
Georges Pretre
Soprano:
Francoise Pollet
Unknown:
Roussel Bacchus

Peter Hurford plays the Rieger organ recently installed in St Giles
Cathedral, Edinburgh, and talks to Paul Spicer. Couperin Offertoire (Messe des paroisses)
Daquin Noël sur les jeux d'anches, et en duo Lebegue, arr
Toumemire Noel pour l'amour de Marie
Murrill Carillon
Alain Choral dorien
Rheinberger
Sonata No 8 in E minor
(lst and 4th mvts)
Bach Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ (BWV 604)
Prelude and Fugue in D (BWV 532)

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Hurford
Unknown:
Paul Spicer.
Unknown:
Toumemire Noel
Unknown:
Bach Gelobet
Unknown:
Jesu Christ

with Roderick Swanston. 4: Fathers and Daughters
Extracts from Luisa Miller , Simon Boccanegra and Rigoletto, with voices including Callas, de los Angeles, Galli-Curci,
Tibbett, Gobbi and Kipnis.

Contributors

Unknown:
Roderick Swanston.
Unknown:
Luisa Miller
Unknown:
Simon Boccanegra

6:Jascha Heifetz
Eric Wen looks at Heifetz's recorded repertoire, with music from the concertos by Beethoven, Conus and Korngold, as well as some of his many encore pieces.
Producer Ray Abbott
(Oleg Kagan Wednesday 6.45pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jascha Heifetz
Unknown:
Eric Wen
Producer:
Ray Abbott
Unknown:
Oleg Kagan

Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)
Lucia Popp (soprano) Uta Priew (contralto) Peter Seiffert (tenor) Rene Pape (bass)
Chorus of Deutsche Oper Berlin State Opera Orch/ Daniel Barenboim

Contributors

Soprano:
Lucia Popp
Contralto:
Uta Priew
Tenor:
Peter Seiffert
Bass:
Rene Pape
Unknown:
Daniel Barenboim

A play in blank verse by Perry Pontac answering the question that has been plaguing readers, scholars and theatre-goers for almost 400 years - What happened next?
Director Richard Wortley

Contributors

Author:
Perry Pontac
Director:
Richard Wortley
Seltazar:
Peter Jeffrey
Fornia:
Harriet Walter
The King:
John Moffatt
A Fool:
Simon Russell Beale

A chance to hear again some of the music from this world-wide festival, including the Wutai
Monks, Puspa Nugraha from Indonesia, the Aref Group from Iran, Sister Marie Keyrouz from the Lebanon, the Jewish Yemenite Diwan
Ensemble, the Bhakti musicians from South
India, Los Munequitos from Cuba and the Rustavi Choir from Georgia.
Introduced by the festival director William Robson.

Contributors

Unknown:
Puspa Nugraha
Unknown:
Marie Keyrouz
Director:
William Robson.

Pick of the Year
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell backtrack this week with specially requested highlights from the 1992 series.
Producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Sandall
Unknown:
Mark Russell
Producer:
Sarah Devonald

In this Christmas concert, recorded at St John's, Smith Square, London, the Hilliard Ensemble explore a rich repertory of liturgical
Christmas music and songs from Eastern Europe -
Bohemia, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary. Few of the works have previously been performed in the West, and they open the door to a new world of seasonal chant and polyphony.

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