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Andrew MacGregor with music, news, weather and arts news, including: Pachelbel
Partita
Musica Antiqua Koln
7.40 Mozart Bassoon
Concerto in Bflat (K191) Klaus Thunemann Academy of St
Martin/Neville Marriner
8.00 Smetana Overture and Dance of the Comedians (The Bartered Bride) Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra/Vaclav Neumann
8.35 Haydn Symphony No 7 in C (Le Midi) Hanover Band/
Roy Goodman. Records

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew MacGregor
Unknown:
Roy Goodman.

Bach Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor (BWV903)
Claudio Arrau (piano)
10.14 Bernstein
Ballet: Fancy Free
New York PO/The Composer
10.40 Britten Suite on English Folk Tunes: A Time There Was ...
New York PO/Bemstein
10.55 Bartok Contrasts Joseph Szigeti (violin)
Benny Goodman (clarinet) The Composer (piano)
11.10
Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op
Claudio Arrau (piano)
11.39 Brahms
Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op 56a New York PO/Bemstein Records

Contributors

Piano:
Claudio Arrau
Unknown:
Britten Suite
Violin:
Joseph Szigeti
Clarinet:
Benny Goodman
Piano:
Beethoven Sonata
Piano:
Claudio Arrau

A Twentieth-Century Voice
My Dear Jimmy ...
In this last programme, the countertenor talks to Brian Kay about singing the music of Benjamin Britten and looks forward to a new era for the countertenor voice. With music by Britten, Purcell, Alan Ridout and Geoffrey Burgon and thoughts from Donald Mitchell , John Copley , Dame Janet Baker and Geoffrey Burgon. Series producer Sarah Devonald

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Kay
Unknown:
Benjamin Britten
Unknown:
Alan Ridout
Unknown:
Geoffrey Burgon
Unknown:
Donald Mitchell
Unknown:
John Copley
Unknown:
Dame Janet Baker
Unknown:
Geoffrey Burgon.
Producer:
Sarah Devonald

NEW The American record producer
George Avakian has played a crucial role in the careers of some of the key jazz musicians of our time. In the first of eight programmes, he talks to Ian Carr about his long friendship with trumpeter Louis Armstrong , and in particular about the recording of Mac the Knife and the Satch plays W C Handy album.
Producer Derek Drescher

Contributors

Unknown:
George Avakian
Unknown:
Ian Carr
Unknown:
Louis Armstrong
Producer:
Derek Drescher

live from the London
Coliseum, Janacek's opera about the magical excursions of a middle-aged, middle-class Prague landlord who travels to the moon and back, and in time to the 15th century.
Sung in English. Production made possible with funds given by the audience of English National Opera.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra/ Charles Mackerras Act
8.35 The Background to
Broucek David Pountney , Charles Mackerras and Graham Clark talk about Janacek's opera.
8.55 Act 2

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles MacKerras
Unknown:
Broucek David Pountney
Unknown:
Charles MacKerras
Unknown:
Graham Clark
Mr Mate} Broucek:
Graham Clark (tenor)
Malinka/Etherea/Kunka:
Vivian Tierney (soprano)
Mazal/Bounzincek/Petrik:
Bonaventura Bottone (tenor)
Wurfl/Paycek/Councillor:
Paul Napier-Burrows (bar)
Sacristan/Dudcek/Domisk:
Arwel Huw Morgan (bass-Bar)
Potboy/The Infant Phenomenon:
Maria Bovino (soprano)
A vision of the author:
Alberto Remedios (bar)
Prof Spotcek/Vojta:
Terry Jenkins (tenor)
Prof Postdatedcekj Vacek:
Christopher Booth-Jones (bar)
Prof RaincekjMiroslav:
David Owen (tenor)
Fanny NovakovajKedruta:
Shelagh Squires (mezzo)
First Taborite Priest:
Bruce Kershaw (bar)
Second Taborite Priest:
Stlrllng Penfold (tenor)

Prompted by a new production of Terence Rattigan 's The Deep Blue Sea directed by leading
British film director Karel Reisz at the Almeida
Theatre, London, Tony Palmer considers what film-makers can bring to the theatre - and why so many theatre directors try their hand at film. Producer Paul Quinn

Contributors

Unknown:
Terence Rattigan
Director:
Karel Reisz
Unknown:
Tony Palmer
Producer:
Paul Quinn

BBC Radio 3

About BBC Radio 3

Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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