with Andrew Lyle. Music, news, weather and arts news, including:
7.00 Schubert Entracte No 1 (Rosamunde)
7.30 Elgar In the South (Alassio)
8.00 Haydn Symphony No 3 in G
8.30 Bach Christmas
Oratorio (Part 6). Records
Conductor Adrian Leaper talks to Stephen Johnson about Strauss's writing for wind instruments and the difficulties of balancing his densely textured scores.
Serenade for wind, Op 7 Netherlands Wind Ensemble/Edo de Waart
Tod und Verklarung Dresden State Orchestra/Rudolf Kempe
Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche Berlin PO/Wilhelm Furtwangler
presented by Susan Sharpe. Elgar Three Characteristic Pieces
Suite No 3 in C minor
No 101 in D (Clock)
La Dame de Shalott
In Darkness let me dwell
Suite: Young Bess
Sonata in F, Op 1 No 11
The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan
On Wings of Song Records
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The first in the winter series live from Studio
One, Pebble Mill.
Ronan O'Hora (piano) Debussy
Preludes (Book 1); Lisle joyeuse
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In 1930, the Gramophone company began to make plans to re-record many of Elgar's short popular orchestral works, among them the Three
The second of these, the Serenade Mauresque , was never published Malcolm Ruthven explains why. He also introduces the Nursery Suite, inspired by youthful sketches which Elgar discovered in an old trunk.
live from the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. Epiphany Responsory: (Marlow); Hymn:
As with gladness men of old (Dix); First Reading: Genesis 18, vv 1-14; A child is bom in Bethlehem
(Scheidt); Second Reading: Isaiah 42, vv l-8a; Rejoice, rejoice in Christ his birth (Byrd); Third Reading:
Jeremiah 31, vv 10 and 31-34; 0 ye little flock
(Amner); Fourth Reading: John 10, vv 1-6; Quern vidistis, pastores (Dering); Fifth Reading: Matthew 2, vv 1-11; Hymn: Let all mortal flesh (Picardy); Ab oriente venerunt magi (Sweelinck); Sixth
Reading: II Timothy, vv 2b-4, 6-10; Vox in rama
(Kirbye); Hymn: 0 worship the Lord (Was Lebet); Gloria in excelsis Deo
Director of Music Richard Marlow. Organ Scholars Silas Standage and Philip Rushforth.
Music, news, arts stories and weather with Natalie Wheen , whose guest is the conductor Sir Colin Davis. Producer Edward Blakeman
Brigitte Balleys (mezzo)
Die Schone Melusine
Berg Altenberg Lieder
Reger An die Hoffnung, Op 124 Dvorak
Symphony No 8 in G
Paul Scofield with a third reading from Seneca's letters to Lucilius.
Worldly Noise and the Tranquil Mind
Tatiana Nikolaeva (piano) Moments Musicaux, Op 16 Barcarolle, Op 10 No 3
Humoresque, Op 10 No 5 Lilacs, Op 21 No 5
Valse in A, Op 10 No 2
The eleventh of 12 programmes focuses on one of the greatest German composers to use elements of the English consort style, Samuel Scheidt. The Parley of Instruments/Peter Holman and Mark Caudle
Humphrey Carpenter explores the unexpected art of scientific illustration and its impact on the history of science, and chairs a discussion on the women in the lives and work of D H Lawrence and Freud with Elaine Feinstein and Lisa Appignanesi. Producer Abigail Appleton
In 1938, Messiaen wrote music for six ondes martenots for a son et lumiere in Paris. Two years later, imprisoned in a Silesian camp, he rescored one of its movements for cello and piano, and it became the Louange a L'Eternité de Jesus from his Quartet for the End of Time.
L'eau a son maximum de hauteur (Fetes des belles eaux)
Sextuor Jeanne Loriod (ondes martenots)
Quatuorpour la fin du temps Antony Pay (clarinet) Gyorgy Pauk (violin)
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello) Anne Queffelec (piano)
The service of Great
Compline and Matins, recorded earlier this evening in the Russian Orthodox Cathedral, London. Served by Metropolitan Anthony of Sorozh. Choirmaster Rev Fr Michael Fortounatto.