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with Paul Guinery.
7.03 Bach Prelude and Fugue in C minor (BWV 546)
7.15 Kodaly Jesus and the Traders
8.00 The Great Thanksgiving
The first in a 27-part series stretching to Pentecost Sunday 1995 in which Paul Guinery presents music sung at the Eucharist or Mass over the last two thousand years, in conversation with Rev Alan Walker. This week: the Last Supper and the sounds of Israel.
8.35 Delius Brigg Fair

Contributors

Presenter:
Paul Guinery
Speaker:
Rev Alan Walker
Producer:
Piers Burton-Page

S.00 Artist of the Week:
Carlos Kleiber (conductor) Weber
Overture: Der Freischutz
9.13 Bellini
Oboe Concerto in E flat
9.20 Leopold Mozart Symphony in C (Toy)
9.31 Joseph Jongen Jeux d'enfants
9.42 Debussy, orch Caplet Children's Comer
10.03 Heinichen
Concerto in F
10.11 Montsalvatge
Cinco Canciones negras
10.23 Francalx Divertissement
10.34 Bartok Village Dance (Two Pictures)
10.44 Composer of the Week: Gluck Don Juan (excerpts)
11.00
Carlos Chavez
Sinfonia India 11.13 Delius Two Pieces
11.26 Poulenc Rapsodie negre
11.40 Verdi La Traviata
(excerpts)
11.52 Strauss Don Juan
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs

Contributors

Conductor:
Carlos Kleiber
Unknown:
Joseph Jongen
Unknown:
Gluck Don Juan
Unknown:
Carlos Chavez
Unknown:
Poulenc Rapsodie
Unknown:
Don Juan
Producer:
Edward Blakeman

conductor Armin Jordan
Cornelia Kallisch (contralto) Uto Ughi (violin)
Suisse Romande Chamber
Choir
Dvorak Overture: In
Nature's Realm, Op 91
Brahms Violin Concerto in D, Op 77
Heinz Holliger Five settings of poems by Georg Trakl
Ravel Suite No 2 (Daphnis et Chloe)

Contributors

Conductor:
Armin Jordan
Contralto:
Cornelia Kallisch
Violin:
Uto Ughi

Recorded in the National
Portrait Gallery, London, and presented by Anna Markland. This final programme features pianist Zoe Mather in music by Ravel and Liszt; contemporary works for vibraphone and marimba, played by Sylvie Zakarian with pianist
Rossitza Stoycheva ; and the violin and piano duo
Marianne Thorsen and Julian Milford in Chausson's Poeme and the Partita by Lutoslawski. In his final report, Andrew Sparling looks at schemes which help young performers by providing them with concert opportunities.
Sponsored by The Sunday Times Series producer Nigel Wilkinson

Contributors

Presented By:
Anna Markland.
Pianist:
Zoe Mather
Played By:
Sylvie Zakarian
Pianist:
Rossitza Stoycheva
Unknown:
Marianne Thorsen
Unknown:
Julian Milford
Unknown:
Andrew Sparling
Producer:
Nigel Wilkinson

Christopher Cook takes to the streets of Newcastle with the poets W N Herbert and Sean O'Brien , and investigates the transformation of the Baltic
Flour Mill. Plus the verdict on Richard Eyre 's production of La Traviata at the Royal Opera House. Producer Neil Trevithick

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Cook
Unknown:
Sean O'Brien
Unknown:
Richard Eyre
Producer:
Neil Trevithick

from the Chapel of St John's College,
Cambridge.
Hymn: Lo! he comes with clouds descending
Lesson I: Isaiah 40 w 1-10
The truth from above (arr Vaughan Williams)
Lesson II: Ezekiel 36 w 22-8
Hymn of St Columba (Britten) There is no rose (Stanley Vann); Adam lay ybounden
(Warlock); The holly and the ivy (arr Robinson) Lesson III:
Romans 13 w 8-14
Hymnus in Adventus Domini (Palestrina)
Lesson IV: Isaiah 42 w 1-9
Hymn: On Jordan's bank Psalm: Or sus, serviteurs du Seigneur (Sweelinck) The gates of heaven
(Hoddinott) (first performance) Lesson V: Mark 8 w 31-8
I sing of a maiden (Lennox Berkeley)
Lesson VI: Luke 12 w 32-40
Hymn: Thy kingdom come! on bended knee
Hymne a la Vierge (Villette) Lesson VII: John 1 w 19-29
Magnificat in G (Stanford) Lesson VIII: John 3 w 1-18
Benedicamus Domino
(Warlock); Hymn: Hark! the herald angels sing
Organ voluntary: Carillon-Sortie (Mulet)
Director of music
Christopher Robinson Organist Allan Walker

Contributors

Organist:
Christopher Robinson
Organist:
Allan Walker

A joyful, tearful and tuneful radio adaptation of the acclaimed stage musical in which Neil Bartlett portrays his own father, Trevor, in a West End theatre on a night in 1958. The Gloria company recreate the hidden gay culture that nurtured the English theatre while musically exploring 30 years of stage tradition. Words by Neil Bartlett.
Music composed and directed by Nicolas Bloomfield.
Musicians: Richard Astom , Nicolas Bloomfield, Nick Cooper. Andrew Cruickshank , Anna Hemery , Bryn Lewis and Shaun Thompson Producer Ned Chaillet

Contributors

Unknown:
Neil Bartlett
Unknown:
Neil Bartlett.
Musicians:
Richard Astom
Unknown:
Nick Cooper.
Unknown:
Andrew Cruickshank
Unknown:
Anna Hemery
Unknown:
Bryn Lewis
Unknown:
Shaun Thompson
Producer:
Ned Chaillet
Neil/Trevor:
Neil Bartlett
Nick:
Nicolas Bloomfield
Reg:
Reginald Bundy
Craig:
Craig Deegan
Bev:
Beverley Klein
Paul:
Paul Shaw
Stephen:
Stephen Speed
Francois:
Francois Testory

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 1994
In the first of four programmes from this year's festival, Stephen Pratt introduces the final orchestral concert.
Martin Roscoe (piano) English Northern
Philharmonia/Diego Masson Alfred Schnittke (K)ein Sommemachtstraum
Roger Marsh Espace (first performance)
Hans Wemer Henze
Tristan: prelude for piano, tapes and orchestra
Concert given yesterday and sponsored by Friends of the Huddersfield Festival
See also Wednesday 9.15pm

Contributors

Introduces:
Stephen Pratt
Piano:
Martin Roscoe
Unknown:
Masson Alfred Schnittke
Unknown:
Roger Marsh
Unknown:
Hans Wemer Henze
Producer:
Paul Hindmarsh

Brian Wright and Nigel Rogers introduce a sacred oratorio by Scarlatti.
Alessandro Scarlatti San Filippo Neri
Catherine Bott (soprano)
Sally Bruce-Payne (contralto) Margaret Cable (mezzo) Chiaroscuro Baroque
Orchestra/Nigel Rogers (tenor)
Producer Gautam Rangarajan

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Wright
Unknown:
Nigel Rogers
Unknown:
Alessandro Scarlatti
Unknown:
San Filippo Neri
Soprano:
Catherine Bott
Contralto:
Sally Bruce-Payne
Producer:
Gautam Rangarajan

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