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Brian Kelly Fantasy
Overture: San Francisco BBC Concert
Orchestra/James Lockhart
7.12 Franck, arr Mouton Pièce héroïque
BBC Concert Orchestra/ Ashley Lawrence
7.20 Ravel La Valse
BBC Philharmonic/ Jerzy Maksymiuk
7.33 Auric Rondeau
(L'Eventail de Jeanne)
BBC Concert Orchestra/ Ashley Lawrence
7.37 Arthur Benjamin Romantic Fantasy
Dennis Simons (violin) Rivka Golani (viola)
BBC Philharmonic/Downes
8.01 Phyllis Tate
Suite: London Fields
BBC Concert Orchestra/ James Lockhart
8.14 Prokofiev
Cinderella (Act 2) BBC SO/
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky

Contributors

Unknown:
Jerzy Maksymiuk
Unknown:
Ashley Lawrence
Violin:
Dennis Simons
Viola:
Rivka Golani
Unknown:
Phyllis Tate
Unknown:
James Lockhart

Weber Overture: The
Ruler of the Spirits
9.12 Chopin Polonaise in A, Op 40 No 1
9.18 Composers of the Week: Bohemians in Vienna preview:
Rossini, arr Sedlak
Overture: The Barber of Seville
9.26 Wagner Tristan and Isolde: Prelude: Act 1; Liebestod
9.44 Rossini Sonata for Strings No 1 in G
9.59 Verdi Ave Maria
(Four Sacred Pieces)
10.05 Sullivan Suite: The
Merchant of Venice
10.20 Artist of the Week:
Claudio Arrau
Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
10.41 Mozart, arr Wendt Le Nozze di Figaro (excerpts)
10.49 Clementi Symphony No 3 in G (Great National)
11.19 Berlioz
La Mort d'Ophélie
11.27 Beethoven
Variations on 'God Save the King' (Wo078)
11.35 Kodaly
Suite: Haryjanos

Contributors

Unknown:
Chopin Polonaise
Unknown:
Wagner Tristan
Unknown:
Claudio Arrau
Unknown:
Beethoven Sonata
Unknown:
La Mort

Peter Porter introduces poetry from the BBC
Sound Archives. Today, Sylvia Plath introduces her work in an edition of The Living Poet first broadcast in July 1961.

Contributors

Introduces:
Peter Porter
Introduces:
Sylvia Plath

John Tomlinson (bass)
London Philharmonic Choir Southwark Festival Chorus BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Mark Wigglesworth Rachmaninov
The Isle of the Dead David Sawer Byrnan Wood
2.00 Interval Reading
2.05 Shostakovich
Symphony No 13 (Babi Yar)

Contributors

Bass:
John Tomlinson
Unknown:
Mark Wigglesworth
Unknown:
David Sawer
Unknown:
Byrnan Wood

Vienna Schubert Trio: Boris Kuschnir (violin) Martin Hornstein (cello) Claus-Christian Schuster (piano) Haydn
Piano Trio in C (HXV 27) Jeno Takacs
Rhapsody for piano trio, Op 11
Liszt Elegies: No 1 for cello and Piano; No 2 for violin and piano
Haydn Piano Trio in E flat (H XV 30)

Contributors

Violin:
Boris Kuschnir
Cello:
Martin Hornstein
Unknown:
Jeno Takacs

Music from the Renaissance court of Marguerite of Austria in the Spanish Netherlands. Anonymous works and pieces by La Rue ,
Josquin and Ockeghem are performed by the Nonsuch Consort of Voices directed by John Milsom , who also presents the programme.

Contributors

Unknown:
La Rue
Directed By:
John Milsom

Janacek
In anticipation of the BBC's Janacek Festival at the Barbican Hall, London, next weekend, Michael Hall explores the use of motifs in Janacek's music. (The Adventures of Mr Broucek. Thursday 7.25pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Hall
Unknown:
Mr Broucek.

Undiscovered Country by Tom Stoppard , based on the play by Arthur Schnitzler. The death of a young pianist exposes the sexual hypocrisy of a group of wealthy Austrians at the beginning of the century.
Radio version by Gerry Jones Director Martin Jenkins
(
Tom Stoppard 's version of Schnitzler's "Da/liance

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Stoppard
Play By:
Arthur Schnitzler.
Unknown:
Gerry Jones
Director:
Martin Jenkins
Unknown:
Tom Stoppard
Friedrich Hofreiter:
Ronald Pickup
Genia:
Maureen O'Brien
Dr Mauer:
John Rowe
Mrs Wahl:
Ellzabeth Proud
Erna:
Tara Dominick
Gustl Wahl:
Angus Wright
Mrs von Aigner:
Maxine Audley
Dr von Aigner:
Timothy Bateson
Otto:
Kim Wall
Adek Natter:
Auriol Smith
Mr Natter:
Geoffrey Beevers
PaulKreindl:
Stephen Garlick
Demeter Standdes:
John Webb
Albertus Rhon:
Brett Usher
Mrs Rhon:
Joanna Myers
Rosenstock:
Ronald Herdman
Mr Serknitz:
James Greene
Korsakovj:
Penn Garytodd
Kathi:
Danielle Allan

conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Yvonne Kenny and Anne Dawson (sopranos) Keith Lewis (tenor) BBC Welsh Chorus
Mendelssohn
Symphony No 2 in B flat (Hymn of Praise)
Respighi The Fountains of Rome
Bach, orch Respighi Prelude and Fugue in D (BWV 532)

Contributors

Conductor:
Tadaaki Otaka
Conductor:
Yvonne Kenny
Sopranos:
Anne Dawson
Tenor:
Keith Lewis

Soprano Jane Manning and Jane's Minstrels, conducted by Roger Montgomery , perform works by women composers from three continents.
Lutyens Concertante for 5 players. Op 22
Mary Finsterer Sentence for Dinner
SoniaBo Come un'allegoria Thea Musgrave
Chamber Concerto No 2
Betsy Schramm And birds are wings
(First UK broadcasts except the Lutyens and Musgrave)
Producer Andrew Kurowski

Contributors

Soprano:
Jane Manning
Conducted By:
Roger Montgomery
Unknown:
Mary Finsterer
Unknown:
Thea Musgrave
Unknown:
Betsy Schramm
Producer:
Andrew Kurowski

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