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with Catriona Young , including at approximately
7.00 Couperin Sonata (L'Imperiale)
7.35 Shostakovich Piano
Concerto No 1, Op 35
8.00 Strauss Sextet
(Capriccio)
8.30 Mendelssohn Piano Quartet in C minor, Op 1 Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Catriona Young

with Susan Sharpe. Vivaldi
Laudate Pueri (RV601)
10.25 Offenbach
Barcarolle (Les Contes d'Hoffmann)
10.30 Liszt Consolation
No 3 in D flat
10.35 Albrechtsberger
Concerto in F for Jew's
Harp and Mandora
10.55 Beethoven
Mir ist so wunderbar
(Fidelio, Act 1)
11.00 Howard Ferguson Octet, Op 4
11.20 William Shield Hope and Love; Ye Balmy Breezes, Gently Blow
11.30 Jean-Baptiste Cardon Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je, maman"
11.35 Haydn
Symphony No 49 in F minor (La Passione) REQUESTS: Midweek Choice, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA or phone [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Susan Sharpe.
Unknown:
Howard Ferguson
Unknown:
William Shield Hope
Unknown:
Jean-Baptiste Cardon

from Liverpool
Anglican Cathedral, sung by the 1993 Eton Choral Course.
Introit: Cantate Domino
(Monteverdi)
Responses: Spicer Psalms 6-8 (Atkins, Edwards, Lawes)
First Lesson: Job 23
Office Hymn: Glorious things of thee are spoken (Austria)
Canticles: Gloucester
Service (Howells)
Second Lesson: Mark 6, wl-13
Anthem: Faire is the Heaven (Harris)
Hymn: Lead, kindly light (Alberta)
Organ Voluntary: Epilogue (Howells)
Director of Music
Ralph Allwood
Organist Stephen Disley

Contributors

Organist:
Ralph Allwood
Organist:
Stephen Disley

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
Barbara Bonney (soprano) Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo)
Jamie MacDougall (tenor) Stephen Gadd (bass)
Choir of the English Concert

Mozart Symphony No 31 in D (K297) (Paris)
Mass in C (K317) (Coronation)
8.15 Chez Madame d'Epinay After the successful performance of his "Paris" Symphony, Mozart's happiness was dashed by the death of his mother.
The young composer moved as a guest into the apartment of Madame d'Epinay. Nicholas Till presents a portrait of the woman who gathered around her the most lively and progressive intellects of her day.
8.35 Vesperae solennes de Confessore (K339): Dixit Dominus; Laudate Dominum; Magnificat
Symphony No 38 in D (K504) (Prague)

Contributors

Musicians:
English Concert
Conductor:
Trevor Pinnock
Soprano:
Barbara Bonney
Mezzo:
Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Tenor:
Jamie MacDougall
Bass:
Stephen Gadd
Singers:
Choir of the English Concert
Presenter (Chez Madame D'Epinay):
Nicholas Till

with Christopher Hope.
3: Elsa Joubert and Dalene Mattliee. Two Afrikaans novelists talk about their current work, and the books which brought them international attention.
For Elsa Joubert it was
Poppy Nongena , the account of a black Afrikaans-speaking woman's attempt to protect her children during the Cape Town riots, and for Dalene Matthee , Circles in a Forest, a novel which described the particular beauties of the Knysna Forest and the strange family of "Royals" who believe they are related to King George III.

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Hope.
Unknown:
Elsa Joubert
Unknown:
Dalene Mattliee.
Unknown:
Elsa Joubert
Unknown:
Poppy Nongena
Unknown:
Dalene Matthee
Unknown:
King George Iii.

In the present political, economic and spiritual crisis in Russia, the writer's lot is doubly grim: a whole world of status and privilege is gone, and with it a sense of purpose.
Noel Witts meets writers in Moscow who find themselves in a vacuum.

Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Witts

The first of three programmes including the three Brahms Violin
Sonatas and the three
Schubert Sonatinas, together with piano duets by the same composers. Ruth Waterman (violin) Arnaldo Cohen (piano) Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (piano duet)
Brahms Hungarian Dance No 21
Schubert Sonatina No 1 in D (D384)
March in G (D928); Variations in B flat
(D603)
Brahms Violin Sonata
No 1 in G, Op 78

Contributors

Violin:
Ruth Waterman
Piano:
Arnaldo Cohen
Piano:
Anthony Goldstone
Piano:
Caroline Clemmow

BBC Radio 3

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