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Andrew Lyle introduces the last of the late Haydn Masses.
7.03 Bach Preludes and Fugues: in E minor (BWV 555); in G (BWV 557)
7.10 Reger 0 Tod wie bitter bist du, Op 110
7.20 Franz Christoph Neubauer
Cello Concerto in B
7.45 Telemann Concerto in D for three horns and violin
7.55 Bach Preludes and Fugues: in B flat (BWV
560); in G minor (BWV 558) Peter Hurford (organ)
8.05 Haydn Mass in B flat (Wind Band Mass)
Producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Introduces:
Andrew Lyle
Unknown:
Bach Preludes
Unknown:
Franz Christoph
Unknown:
Peter Hurford
Producer:
Piers Burton-Page

Thomas Overture: Raymond Montreal Symphony
Orchestra/Charles Dutoit
9.12 Prokofiev
Contredanse; Mephisto Waltz
Colin Crone (piano)
9.19 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G
(BWV 1049)
English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
9.35 Glazunov
Chant du Menestrel
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) BSO/Seiji Ozawa
9.46 Francaix
L 'Horloge de flore
John Anderson (oboe)
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Simon Wright
10.03 Composer of the Week: Weber
Gloria (Freischutz Mass) Krisztina Laki (soprano)
Bamberg Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Horst Stein
10.16 Artist of the Week:
John Barbirolli (conductor) Elgar Sabbath Morning at Sea; Where Corals Lie
(Sea Pictures)
Janet Baker (mezzo) LSO
10.28 Haydn Symphony No 104 in D (London)
London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington
11.04 Beethoven Three
Marches for Military Band
London Baroque Ensemble, conductor Karl Haas
11.13 Cavalli La Calisto
(excerpt) lleana Cotrubas (soprano) Janet Baker (mezzo)
James Bowman
(countertenor)
Peter Gottlieb (tenor) Ugo Trama (bass)
London Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Raymond Leppard
11.26 Weber Rondo
Brillante (La gafte) Jean Martin (piano)
11.33 Tchaikovsky Suite No 1 in D minor
Prague Symphony
Orchestra, conductor
Jiri Belohlavek
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs

Contributors

Piano:
Colin Crone
Piano:
Bach Brandenburg
Conductor:
Trevor Pinnock
Cello:
Mstislav Rostropovich

The return of Radio 3's recital series for young performers, presented by Anna Markland.
Eighteen soloists and ensembles have been chosen from auditions to take part in concerts this autumn in the National
Portrait Gallery, London. And this week Andrew
Sparling reports on the problems facing young singers and their teachers. Saint-Saens
Oboe Sonata in D
Dutilleux Oboe Sonata
Alun Darbyshire (oboe)
Katherine Rockhill (piano) Schumann
Liederkreis, Op 24
Richard Chew (baritone) Richard Hetherington (piano)
Dohnanyi Serenade in C, Op 10
Leopold String Trio
Sponsored by The Sunday Times Producer Nigel Williams

Contributors

Presented By:
Anna Markland.
Oboe:
Alun Darbyshire
Piano:
Dohnanyi Serenade
Producer:
Nigel Williams

Kate Kellaway presides over the scramble to sign up the world's greatest authors in the Fantasy Fiction League, and the Irish novelist Colm Toibin discusses his travels through Europe, investigating the Catholic faith he lost many years ago.
Producer John Goudie

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Kellaway
Unknown:
Colm Toibin
Producer:
John Goudie

(cello)
Gerard Wyss (piano)
Martinu Variations on a Slovak theme
Beethoven Variations on "Ein Madchen oder
Weibchen", Op 66 Lutoslawski Grave
(Metamorphosis)
Beethoven Variations on "Bei Mannern , welche Liebe fuhlen" (Wo046)
Martinu Rossini Variations
Repeated from last Monday 1.00pm
DEUTSCHE ROMANTIK

Contributors

Piano:
Gerard Wyss
Unknown:
Ein Madchen
Unknown:
Beethoven Variations
Unknown:
Bei Mannern

First in a special rebroadcast of both parts of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's epic play, adapted by Anthony Vivis from the translation by Louis MacNiece and E L Stahl. Starring Simon Callow and Ronald Pickup and directed by David Spenser, the production was first broadcast in 1982. The medieval folk legend of a magus who makes a pact with the devil forms the basis of Goethe's famous work. Disenchanted with the limitations of his academic knowledge, Dr Faust decides to study the arts of magic and to master the supernatural.
With Frances Jeater, Wendy Murray and Andrew Secombe
Music by Christos Pittas Part 2 next Sunday

Contributors

Adapted By:
Anthony Vivis
Translation By:
Louis MacNiece
Unknown:
Simon Callow
Directed By:
David Spenser
Unknown:
Frances Jeater
Unknown:
Wendy Murray
Unknown:
Andrew Secombe
Music By:
Christos Pittas
Faust:
Simon Callow
Mephistopheles:
Ronald Pickup
Gretchen:
Angharad Rees
Martha:
Pauline Letts
Wagner:
John Livesey
The Lord:
Nicholas Courtney
Raphael:
Michael Tudor Barnes
Gabriel:
Crawford Logan
Michael:
George Parsons
Earth Spirit:
Stephen Thorne
Valentine:
Spencer Banks
Witch in the Kitchen:
Diana Bishop
Evil spirit':
Christopher Scott
Will o'the Wisp:
Danny Schiller
Monkey:
David Gooderson
Coster witch:
Jean Trend
Lieschen:
Patience Tomlinson

Capricorn at 20
First of two programmes celebrating the ensemble's first 20 years. This week
Martin Cotton looks back at four commissions written especially for Capricorn. Bernard Rands Scherzi
(1974)
John Casken Firewhirl (1980) Edison Dentsov Sextet (1985) James Ellis
Mountain Steps (1988) Producer Antony Pitts

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Rands Scherzi
Unknown:
John Casken Firewhirl
Unknown:
James Ellis
Producer:
Antony Pitts

Brian Wright introduces a performance of John Tavener 's Ultimos Ritos , in conversation with the composer.
Patricia Rozario (soprano) BBC Singers
BBC SO/Richard Hickox Producer Susan Kenyon

Contributors

Introduces:
Brian Wright
Unknown:
John Tavener
Unknown:
Ultimos Ritos
Soprano:
Patricia Rozario
Producer:
Susan Kenyon

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