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Music, news, weather and arts news with Andrew Lyle , including at approximately:
7.00 Holst
St Paul's Suite
RPO/Malcolm Sargent
7.30 Martinu
La revue de cuisine
St Paul CO/
Christopher Hogwood
8.00 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
Vienna PO/Georg Solti
8.35 Haydn
Symphony No 59 in A (Fire)
Academy of St
Martin/Neville Marriner Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Lyle
Unknown:
Christopher Hogwood

Hummel presented by Maurice Lindsay.
Septet in C (Military) Nash Ensemble
Bassoon Concerto in F
George Zuckerman (bassoon)
Wurttemburg CO/ Jorg Faerber. Discs

Contributors

Presented By:
Maurice Lindsay.
Bassoon:
George Zuckerman
Unknown:
Jorg Faerber.

Haydn Marche Regimento de Marshall
Bournemouth Wind Quire
10.03 Ives
Country Band March
Eastman Wind Ensemble/ Donald Hunsberger
10.08 Ives
Violin Sonata No 2
Rebecca Hirsch (violin) John Lenehan (piano)
10.25
Messiaen Les offrandes oubliées Paris Orchestra/ Serge Baudo
10.38 Norman Hallam Seven Variations for Six
Bournemouth Wind Quire
10.51 Ives
Variations on 'America'
Simon Preston (organ)
11.01 Ravel
Violin Sonata in G
Rebecca Hirsch (violin) John Lenehan (piano)

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Hunsberger
Violin:
Rebecca Hirsch
Piano:
John Lenehan
Piano:
Messiaen Les
Unknown:
Serge Baudo
Unknown:
Norman Hallam
Unknown:
Simon Preston
Violin:
Rebecca Hirsch
Piano:
John Lenehan

La nativité du Seigneur (excerpts)
Simon Preston (organ)
11.36 Berlioz Bolero (Zaide)
Brigitte Fournier (soprano)
Lyon Opera Orchestra/ John Eliot Gardiner
11.41 Castil-Blaze Wind Sextet No 1
Bournemouth Wind Quire

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Preston
Soprano:
Brigitte Fournier
Unknown:
John Eliot Gardiner

The fifth of six programmes exploring the solo piano, piano trio and string quartet repertoire which makes up Haydn's mature chamber music.
Piano Trio in E minor
(H XV 12)
Andras Schiff (piano)
Yuuko Shiokawa (violin) Steven Isserlis (cello) Piano Sonata in C
(HXVI48)
Andras Schiff (piano)
String Quartet in D, Op 76 No
Takacs Quartet

Contributors

Piano:
Andras Schiff
Violin:
Yuuko Shiokawa
Cello:
Steven Isserlis
Piano:
Andras Schiff

The biblical narrative of Judith, set as an oratorio in Rome by a Portuguese composer in the year 1726. Almeida's few surviving works have been largely forgotten, but when this work was revived, some critics hailed him as another Handel.
Lena Lootens (soprano) Martyn Hill (tenor) Francesca Congiu (soprano)
Axel Kohler (countertenor) Concerto Koln/ Rene Jacobs Discs

Contributors

Soprano:
Lena Lootens
Tenor:
Martyn Hill
Soprano:
Francesca Congiu
Soprano:
Axel Kohler
Unknown:
Rene Jacobs

Marwood Ensemble:
Anthony Marwood (violin) Catherine Marwood (viola) Christopher Marwood (cello)
Caroline Marwood (oboe/cor anglais) Beethoven
String Trio in G, Op 9 No Franfaix
Quartet for cor anglais and strings

Contributors

Violin:
Anthony Marwood
Viola:
Catherine Marwood
Cello:
Christopher Marwood
Oboe:
Caroline Marwood

conductor Yoav Talmi
Berger Sinfonia di San Petronio Brahms
Symphony No 2 in D
(Given in the Town Hall, Ayr, in November 1991 in association with Kyle and Carrick District Council)

Contributors

Conductor:
Yoav Talmi
Conductor:
Berger Sinfonia

Live from the Royal
Festival Hall, London.
Sarah Leonard (soprano) David James (countertenor) BBC Singers
BBC Symphony Chorus conductor Simon Joly
Howard Skempton Lento Ives Three Places in New
England
8.10 During the interval, Ivan Hewett talks to
Gavin Bryars and asks whether the experimental spirit of his early works like 1, 2,
1-2-3-4 has survived since he joined the mainstream with the opera Medea of 1982. 8.30 Gavin Bryars The War in Heaven (BBC commission - first performance)

Contributors

Soprano:
Sarah Leonard
Soprano:
David James
Conductor:
Simon Joly
Conductor:
Howard Skempton Lento
Talks:
Ivan Hewett
Unknown:
Gavin Bryars
Unknown:
Gavin Bryars

Recordings from the 34th International Festival of Contemporary Music. Barbara Sukova (sprechgesang)
Netherlands Schoenberg Ensemble director Reinbert de Leeuw
Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire, Op 21

Contributors

Music:
Barbara Sukova

In tonight's edition of the arts magazine, Michele Roberts delves into
Childhood Fragments, an exhibition at Battersea
Pump House.
Producer Ronni Davis

Contributors

Unknown:
Michele Roberts
Producer:
Ronni Davis

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