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Mozart Oboe Concerto in C(K314)
7.21 CPE Bach
Symphony in B minor (Wq 182 No 5)
7.32 Francois Devienne Bassoon Sonata, Op 24 No
7.42
Kraus Riksdagsmarsch
7.46 Gossec
Symphony in D, Op 3 No 6

Contributors

Bassoon:
Francois Devienne
Unknown:
Kraus Riksdagsmarsch

8.03 Philidor Quartet in G (L’Art du Modulation)
8.16 Michael Haydn Horn Concerto in D
8.32 Mozart
Piano Concerto No 23 in A
(K488) Records

Contributors

Horn:
Michael Haydn

Offenbach
3: Myths and Legends
Prelude; Hello I'm Public Opinion (Orphée aux Enfers)
Sally Burgess (soprano) English National Opera Orchestra/Mark Elder La Belle Helene (Act 1, part 2)
Toulouse Capitole Chorus and Orchestra/ Michel Plesson
Overture: Barbe-Bleu
Philharmonia Orchestra/ Neville Marriner
Choeur du Palanquin; Légende de Barbe-Bleu (Barbe-Bleu)
Chorus and Orchestra of Radio France/Jean Doussard Orphée aux Enfers (Act 4)
Toulouse Capitole Chorus and Orchestra/
Michel Plasson. Records

Contributors

Soprano:
Sally Burgess
Unknown:
Michel Plesson
Unknown:
Neville Marriner
Unknown:
Michel Plasson.
Hélène:
Jessye Norman (sop)
Paris:
John Aler (tenor)
Menelas:
Charles Burles (tenor)
Agamemnon:
Gabriel Bacquier (bass)
Calchas:
Jean-Philippe Lafont (bar)
Oreste:
Collette Alliot-Lugaz (mezzo)
Achille:
Jacques Loreau (tenor)
Ajax I:
Roger Trentin (tenor)
Ajax 2:
Gerard Desroches (bar)
Princess Hermia:
Monique Shot (soprano)
Prince Saphir:
Bernard Alvy (tenor)
Count Oscar:
Rene Terrasson (bass)
Public opinion:
Jane Rhodes (mezzo)
Eurydice:
Mady Mesple (sop)
Orpheus:
Michel Senechal(tenor)
Pluto:
Charles Burles (tenor)
Cupid:
Rene Berbie (mezzo)
Jupiter:
Michel Trempont (bar)
Diane:
Michele Pena (sop)

When Elgar was 70 in 1927, the Gramophone Company offered him a new contract for the term of his life. This week, Malcolm Ruthven introduces one of the earliest recordings made under these new terms, the Cello Concerto played by Beatrice Harrison.

Contributors

Introduces:
Malcolm Ruthven
Played By:
Beatrice Harrison.

live from The Abbey Church, Tewkesbury,
Gloucestershire, sung by the Exon Singers.
Introit: Vocem jucunditatis annuntiate (Willaert);
Responses: (Byrd); Psalms 147-150 (Stanford,
Attwood, Stanford);
Lessons (RSV): Isaiah 59, vv 15b-end;John 12, vv 34-end; Canticles: Jesus
College Service (Mathias); Anthem: Pastores loquebantur (Guerrero);
Hymn: Christ, whose glory fills the skies (Ministres de l'eternel); Organ voluntary: Toccata (Pott). Director of Music Christopher Tolley. Organist Andrew Lumsden.

Contributors

Organist:
Christopher Tolley.
Organist:
Andrew Lumsden.

Chopin Barcarolle , Op 6a, Impromptus: No 1 in A flat, Op 29; No 2 in F sharp, Op 36; No 3 in G flat, Op 51;
Fantaisie-Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op 66;
Preludes, Op 28: Nos 6, 7 and 15; Ballade No 3 in A flat, Op 47
Murray Perahia (piano) Records
Series producer Sile 0' Modhrain

Contributors

Unknown:
Chopin Barcarolle

7: Oleg Kagan
In the last of seven programmes,
Gerard McBumey looks at the life and recorded legacy of the remarkable violinist whose career was tragically cut short when he died in 1990 at the age of forty-four. Producer Jane Walker

Contributors

Unknown:
Oleg Kagan
Unknown:
Gerard McBumey
Producer:
Jane Walker

A sequence for
Christmastide with music by Herbert Howells to mark the end of his centenary year, and poetry and prose by Laurie Lee , recorded in Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire. Laurie Lee and Andrew Wincott (readers)
Aldwyn Consort of Voices director Andrew Sackett
Malcolm Archer (organ)

Contributors

Music By:
Herbert Howells
Unknown:
Laurie Lee
Unknown:
Laurie Lee
Readers:
Andrew Wincott
Director:
Andrew Sackett
Unknown:
Malcolm Archer

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