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7.05 Hanson Serenade for flute, harp and strings, Op 35
Seattle SO, conductor Gerard Schwarz
7.11 Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in E minor, Op 35 No
Jorge Bolet (piano)
7.32 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 33 No 3
8.05 Ives Country Band March
Eastman Wind Ensemble, conductor
8.25 Janacek The Diary of One Who Disappeared (excerpts)
Philip Langridge (tenor) Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
8.37 Poulenc Organ Concerto
Peter Hurford (organ)
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
The Golden Cockerel
"Somewhere, and some time ago
(That's as much as scholars know)
Lived the mighty Tsar Dadon Second in renown to none...."
Orchestral and vocal excerpts from the opera The Golden Cockerel introduced by the Pushkin poem on which it is based. Narrator Andrew Wincott.
with Edward Blakeman.
Including at approximately
10.05 Mozart Violin
Concerto in A (K219)
Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, conductor
10.35 Artist of the Week:
George Malcolm (conductor)
Britten Hymn to St Cecilia London Symphony Chorus
Two Brunettes La Barre
Suite in C minor (1710) Nancy Hadden (baroque flute)
Emily van Evera (soprano) with ensemble
11.25 Vivaldi, arr George Malcolm
Sonata in C (RV82) Julian Bream (lute) George Malcolm (harpsichord)
Symphony No 79 in F Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, conductor
Repeated from yesterday
The final instalment of Wagner's epic Ring cycle from this year's Bayreuth
Festival, presented by Clive Bennett. Sung in German.
Orchestra, conductor James Levine
3.15 The Bayreuth Experience
Visitors to this year's
Bayreuth Festival talk about what it was like for them.
3: Paul Findlay , Managing Director of the Royal
3.25 Act 2
4.40 The Bayreuth Experience
Last of the four reflections on this year's festival. 4: Michael Portillo ,
Secretary of State for Employment.
4.50 Act 3
Byte the Music
The synthesised voice of the dalek from Doctor Who was created in the early days of electronic music.
Today, Mike Edwards looks at the dying art of creating synthesised sounds from scratch and investigates the limitations of the newest technology.
Are the manufacturers giving customers what they really want?Rpt
Michael Hall introduces recordings by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra made between the years 1928 and 1989. They play music by Mendelssohn, Stravinsky, Bruckner, Shostakovich,
Strauss and Brahms under the direction of Wilhelm
Furtwangler, Oskar Fried ,
Sergiu Celibidache , Herbert von Karajan and Claudio Abbado.
Final programme tomorrow
Jeremy Siepmann talks to a roll-call of distinguished pianists about the challenges and rewards of playing Chopin.
4: Tone Poet - Colour, texture and form
Final programme tomorrow
conductor John Lubbock
Sally Harrison (coloratura soprano)
Julia Gooding (soprano) Christine Cairns (mezzo) Francesco Manara (violin) A Funfare! by students of North Westminster
Respighi Suite: The Birds John Woolrich
Four Concert Arias: It was at Night; A Hymn to the Night; Through the Dark
Leaves; Donna Anna (first performance) Respighi
Leggende and Humoreske (first UK performance) Mozart
Symphony No 40 in G minor Sponsored by the Hoist Foundation
In this last programme, composer, pianist and bandleader Carla Bley talks to Alan Plater about working with her partner and bass player Steve Swallow , the excitements and terrors of live performance, and recent compositions for her Very Big Band.
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
Robert Cushman presents a personal view of musicals, with songs from original cast recordings, some familiar, some less well-known.
3: Underdogs and Outsiders
Next programme Tuesday
Pick of the Year lain Burnside trawls through the pickings of 1994 and selects his and your favourite songs from this year's programmes.
Producer Adam Gatehouse
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon