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Mozart Oboe Concerto in C (K314)
Nicholas Daniel (oboe)
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Owain Arwel Hughes
7.23 Busonl, arr Adams Berceuse Elegiaque BBC Welsh Symphony, conductor Andrew Mogrelia
7.33
Svendsen Romeo and Juliet
Fantasy
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Jiri Starek
7.47 Smetana Blanik
(Ma Mast)
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
8.01 Bridge Oration (Concerto Elegiaco) Moray Welsh (cello)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
8.30 Dvorak
Symphonic Variations, Op 78
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Jiri Starek

Contributors

Oboe:
Nicholas Daniel
Conductor:
Owain Arwel Hughes
Conductor:
Andrew Mogrelia
Conductor:
Svendsen Romeo
Conductor:
Jiri Starek
Conductor:
Tadaaki Otaka
Conductor:
David Atherton
Conductor:
Jiri Starek

Introduced by Richard Osborne.
Haydn Concerto for
Violin and Harpsichord in F (H XVIII 6)
Rainer Kussmaul (violin) Robert Hill (harpsichord)
Amsterdam Bach Soloists
9.40 Handel
Semele (Act 2 sc 4) John Aler (tenor)
Kathleen Battle (soprano) Marilyn Home (mezzo)
Ambrosian Opera Chorus
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor John Nelson
9.55 Brahms Piano
Quintet in F minor, Op 34 Rudolf Serkin (piano) Busch Quartet
(1938 mono recording)
10.35 Falla Atlàntida:
Prologue and Part 1 Simon Estes (bass)
Teresa Berganza (mezzo) Chorus, Spanish National
Youth Orchestra, conductor
Edmon Colomer
11.04 Bo Linde Pensieri sopra un cantico vecchio Norrkoping Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jun'ichi Hirokami
11.15 Sibelius Symphony No 2 in D
Olso Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Mariss Jansons. Discs Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury

Contributors

Introduced By:
Richard Osborne.
Violin:
Rainer Kussmaul
Harpsichord:
Robert Hill
Tenor:
John Aler
Soprano:
Kathleen Battle
Conductor:
John Nelson
Piano:
Rudolf Serkin
Bass:
Simon Estes
Bass:
Teresa Berganza
Conductor:
Edmon Colomer
Conductor:
Bo Linde Pensieri
Conductor:
Mariss Jansons.
Conductor:
Clive Portbury

The third of seven programmes in a complete cycle performed by the Borodin Quartet, in concerts recorded on the South Bank in 1986. String Quartet No 2 in A, Op 68
1.45 Brett Usher reads extracts from Testimony, the memoirs of Shostakovich.
1.50 String Quartet No 12 in D flat, Op 133
Elegy and Polka

Contributors

Unknown:
Brett Usher

Verdi's last opera, a comic swan-song written at the age of eighty, in a performance given at this summer's Salzburg Festival. The central character is the loveable buffoon of Shakespeare's plays, who tries his luck with both Mistress Ford and Mistress Page - to no avail. Sung in Italian.
Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Georg Solti

Contributors

Conductor:
Georg Solti
Falstaff:
Jose van Dam (bass Bar)
Ford:
Vladimir Chernov (bar)
Alice Ford:
Luciana Serra (sop)
Nanetta:
Elizabeth Norberg Schultz (sop)
Mistress Quickly:
Marjana Lipovsek (contralto)
Mistress Meg Page:
Susan Graham (mezzo)
Fenton:
Luca Canonici (tenor)
Dr Cajus:
Kim Begley (tenor)
Pistola:
Mario Lupperi (tenor)
Bardolfo:
Pierre Lefevre (tenor)

The first of two programmes in which the pianist Leslie Howard introduces and plays rarities by Liszt. Today he is joined by pianist
Ian Munroe in Liszt's Concert
Piece on Mendelssohn's
Song Without Words, and his Concerto Pathétique

Contributors

Pianist:
Leslie Howard
Pianist:
Ian Munroe

from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gunter Wand
Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor
8.00 A profile of Gunter Wand by Stephen Johnson.
8.20 Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Conductor:
Gunter Wand
Unknown:
Stephen Johnson.

Mississippi bluesman
Eugene Powell, aka Sonny Boy Nelson , has been playing his guitar since the 1920s. Russell Davies went to meet "the luckiest negro you ever seen" in his two-room shack in Greenville, Mississippi. Producer Noah Richler

Contributors

Unknown:
Sonny Boy Nelson
Unknown:
Russell Davies
Producer:
Noah Richler

Isabelle van Keulen , Rainer Kussmaul ,
Thomas Zehetmair (violins and violas), Barbara Duven (violin) Tabea Zimmermann (viola) Thomas Demenga and Boris Pergamenshikov (cellos) Ervin Schulhoff Duo for violin and cello
Lubos Flser Duo for viola and cello
Martlnu Three Madrigals for violin and viola
Hans Werner Henze
Fantasia for String Sextet "Derjunge Torless"

Contributors

Unknown:
Isabelle van Keulen
Unknown:
Rainer Kussmaul
Violins:
Thomas Zehetmair
Violas:
Barbara Duven
Viola:
Tabea Zimmermann
Viola:
Thomas Demenga
Viola:
Boris Pergamenshikov
Cellos:
Ervin Schulhoff Duo
Cello:
Lubos Flser Duo
Viola:
Hans Werner Henze

The trumpeter Maynard Ferguson , now in his sixties, is still capable of producing the screaming high notes which made him famous, as he showed in this concert at the 1990 Glasgow Festival with his talented American band.
They played Ellington's In a Mellow Tone,
Joe Zawlnul 's Birdland, and Sonny Rollins 's St Thomas , as well as specially composed pieces. The concert is introduced by Geoffrey Smith , who talks to
Maynard Ferguson in the interval.

Contributors

Unknown:
Maynard Ferguson
Unknown:
Joe Zawlnul
Unknown:
Sonny Rollins
Unknown:
St Thomas
Introduced By:
Geoffrey Smith
Unknown:
Maynard Ferguson

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