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Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat (K191)
Danny Bond (bassoon)
Academy of Ancient Music/ Christopher Hogwood
7.17 Kraus
String Quartet No 5 in C Lysell Quartet
7.33 Davaux Symphonie concertante on patriotic airs Wemer Ehrhardt (violin) Andrea Keller (violin) Concerto Koln

Contributors

Bassoon:
Danny Bond
Music:
Christopher Hogwood
Violin:
Wemer Ehrhardt
Violin:
Andrea Keller

8.03 Kraus
Flute Quintet in D
Lena Weman (flute)
Jaap Schroder and Per Sandklef (violins)
Bjorn Sjogren (viola) Kari Ottesen (cello)
8.27 Mozart Piano Concerto
No 20 in D minor (K466)
Christopher Kite (fortepiano) Hanover Band/
Roy Goodman. Records

Contributors

Flute:
Lena Weman
Flute:
Jaap Schroder
Viola:
Bjorn Sjogren
Cello:
Kari Ottesen
Unknown:
Christopher Kite
Unknown:
Roy Goodman.

Offenbach
2: Le Bouffe par excellence. Les Brigands: Overture and Act 1 (excerpt)
Lyon Opera Chorus and Orch/John Eliot Gardiner
M Choufleuri restera chez lui An operetta in one act
Monte Carlo PO/
Manuel Rosenthal. Records

Contributors

Falsacappa:
Tibere Raffalli
Carmagnola:
Christian Jean
Barbavano:
Pierre-Yves Le Maigat
Domino:
Francis Dudziak
Zerlina:
Elizabeth Vidal
Fiametta:
Gael Le Roi
Bianca/Cicinella:
Brigette Desnoues
Monsieur Choufleuri:
Jean-Philippe Lafont
Ernestine:
Mady Mesple
Chrysodule Babylas:
Charles Burles
Petermann:
Michel Trempont
Balandard:
Michel Hamel
Madame Balandard:
Emmy Greger

Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: Christmas Eve
Scottish National
Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi
10.30 Schubert String
Quartet in D minor (D810) (Death and the Maiden) Amadeus Quartet
11.10 Finzi Nocturne
(New Year Music)
Northern Sinfonia of England/Richard Hickox
11.25
Mozart Serenade in G (K525)
(Eine kleine Nachtmusik) Academy of St Martin Chamber Ensemble
11.45 Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: The Snow Maiden
Scottish National
Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Mozart Serenade

A Twentieth-Century Voice
In the second of four programmes, the countertenor talks to
Brian Kay about his pioneering days with the Early Music Consort and Academy of Ancient Music and in early opera at Glyndeboume. With music by Vivaldi, Dowland, Johnson and Cavalli and the voices of David Munrow , Christopher Hogwood , Robert Spencer and Dame Janet Baker.

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Kay
Unknown:
David Munrow
Unknown:
Christopher Hogwood
Unknown:
Robert Spencer
Unknown:
Dame Janet Baker.

The third of four programmes. In conversation with Bill Russell , Michael Pointon continues the story of New Orleans trumpeter Bunk Johnson. In 1945 Bunk worked briefly with Sidney Bechet , before creating a more successful partnership with clarinettist George Lewis and an authentic New Orleans Band.
Producer Derek Drescher

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Russell
Unknown:
Michael Pointon
Unknown:
Bunk Johnson.
Unknown:
Sidney Bechet
Clarinettist:
George Lewis
Producer:
Derek Drescher

Olivier Messiaen 's epic opera in Peter Sellars ' production at this summer's Salzburg Festival.
Presented by Peter Sellars in conversation with Anthony Peattie.
Arnold Schoenberg Choir of Vienna; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra/ Esa Pekka-Salonen
Scenes 1-3
7.25 Peter Sellars talks about his production.
7.35 Scenes 4-6
9.25 Peter Sellars on this year's Salzburg Festival.
9.35 Scenes 7-8

Contributors

Unknown:
Olivier Messiaen
Unknown:
Peter Sellars
Presented By:
Peter Sellars
Unknown:
Anthony Peattie.
Talks:
Peter Sellars
Unknown:
Peter Sellars
Unknown:
Salzburg Festival.
St Francis:
Jose van Dam (bar)
The Angel:
Dawn Upshaw (sop)
The Leper:
Ronald Hamilton (bass)
Brother Leone:
Urban Malmberg (bar)
Brother Matteo:
John Aler (tenor)
Brother Elie:
Thomas Young (tenor)
Brother Bernardo:
Tom Krause (bass)
Brother Sylvestro:
Akos Banlaky (bass)
Brother Rufino:
Reinhard Koller (bass)

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