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7.05 Elgar Concert Overture: Froissart
LSO, conductor Jeffrey Tate
7.35 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Goldberg
Variations: Nos 27-30
Glenn Gould (piano)
Adagio in E (K261)
St Paul CO, directed by Pinchas Zuckerman (violin)
8.05 Vivaldi Concerto No 2 in G minor (RV578) (L 'Estro Armonico) Academy of St Martin , conductor Neville Marriner
8.20 Purcell Save me, 0
God, for Thy name's sake Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, conductor Richard Marlow
8.40 Faure Cello Sonata
No 2 in G minor
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Pascal Devoyon (piano) Discs
presented by Andrew Manze. Sonata No 1 (Fidicinium Sacro-profanum)
Clemencic Consort , director
Harmonia Artificiosa ariosa (Part III)
Ensemble Baroque da Mateus, director Marie
Missa Sancti Henrici
Regensburg Cathedral Choir Collegium Aureum, director Georg Ratzinger Discs
presented by Mary Miller from the Edinburgh
International Festival, including at approximately
Quartet movement in Bflat
Borodin String Quartet
10.30 Bach SonataNo2 inD(BWV1028)
Mischa Maisky (cello)
Martha Argerich (piano)
10.501'romArtistofthe Week: John Eliot Gardiner
Andre Campra i Agnus De (Messe des Morts) Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists
10.55 Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor
BBC Scottish Symphony
Quintet for Piano and Wind in E flat, Op 16 Nash Ensemble
Jill Anderson introduces two mighty works from
Beethoven's middle period. Trio in D, Op 70 No 1 (Ghost)
String Quartet in C,
Op 59 No 3 (Razumovsky) Endellion Quartet
Clive Bennett presents a recording of Phaeton, Jean-Baptiste Lilly's 1683 tragedie lyrique about the son of Helios, the Sun God.
Phaeton loves power more than love, and, to prove himself, asks his father to let him drive his chariot across the heavens.
Sung in French.
Sagittarius Vocal Ensemble Les Musiciens du Louvre, conductor Marc Minkowski
Juan Martin plays a selection of flamenco music.
Rondena (Aurora); Lamento Morisco; Bulerias
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Panufnik
Symphony No 10 Lutoslawski
Livre pour orchestre
How do they shape a melody in Bombay or Calcutta?
Tommy Pearson discovers the song of India.
from Cardiff, where Nicola Heywood Thomas looks ahead to events at the 1994 Vale of Glamorgan Festival.
Including at approximately,
Triumphal March on "Nun danketalle Gott"
6.15 Dvorak Piano Trio in E minor, Op 90 (Dumky) Producer Gwawr Owen
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
In the first of two appearances this season, Glyndebourne Festival Opera perform Eugene Onegin , Tchaikovsky's three-act opera after
Pushkin. Sung in Russian.
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
London Philharmonic, conductor Andrew Davis
8.15 Superfluous Man, from Onegin to Yeltsin Historian John Klier , of University College, London, reflects on the plight of Pushkin's alienated hero in the Russia of the Tsars and the Russia of Boris Yeltsin.
8.35 Act 2
9.20 Rebuilding a Monument Professor of Russian Tony Briggs and musicologist Henry Zajaczkowski compare Eugene Onegin as novel and opera.
9.40 Act 3
Benjamin Godard Suite de trois morceaux. Op 116 William Bennett (flute) Clifford Benson (piano) Discs
Christopher Hope explores the issue of Joseph Conrad 's Polishness and asks how living in exile and writing in a foreign language affects a writer's work.
Hopkins and Bridges In the second of two programmes,
Graham Fawcett introduces solo and choral settings of the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins and Robert Bridges , who were both born 150 years ago. Including music by Finzi, Rubbra, Hoist, Gurney and Britten.
Producer Nigel Wilkinson