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with Paul Guinery.
7.03 Brahms Tragic Overture, Op 81 BBC Scottish SO/Brabbins
7.16 Purcell Hear my Prayer O Lord (Z15)); Remember not Lord our offences (Z50)
Choir of King's College, Cambridge/Philip Ledger
7.21 Quilter Five Songs
Benjamin Luxon (baritone) David Willison (piano)
7.32 Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat
Piers Lane (piano) BBC Scottish SO/Brabbins
8.00 The Great Thanksgiving Rev Alan Walker joins Paul Guinery in their journey towards the new worlds, musical and liturgical, of the Renaissance, including a Kyrie of vast elegant proportions by Dufay.
8.40 Petris Vasks Musica Dolorosa
BBC Scottish SO/Brabbins

Contributors

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

Praetorius Passameze; Gaillarde; La Bouree (Terpsichore)

9.09 Mehul Overture: The Two Blind Men of Toledo

9.17 Smetana Three Poetic Polkas

9.27 Vivaldi Oboe Concerto in G minor (RV460)

9.37 Borodin, arr Rimsky-Korsakov Nocturne (String Quartet No 2)

9.46 Parry Suite: Lady Radnor

10.01 Artists of the Week: The Whistlebinkies
Trad, arr Edward McGuire Mrs Macleod and Friends

10.06 Chabrier, orch Ravel Menuet pompeux

10.28 Turina Sinfonia Sevillana

10.53 Webern Langsamer Satz

11.03 Mozart Exsultate, Jubilate

11.18 Tchaikovsky, trans Liszt Polonaise (Eugene Onegin)

11.24 Composer of the Week: James MacMillan Untold

11.42 Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor

(Discs)

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Kay
Producer:
Edward Blakeman

The Early Music Revival
Roderick Swanston looks at the origins of the early music revival in Britain and discusses its most significant moments with Anthony Rooley , Gustav Leonhardt and others. Producer Anthony Sellors

Contributors

Unknown:
Roderick Swanston
Unknown:
Anthony Rooley
Unknown:
Gustav Leonhardt
Producer:
Anthony Sellors

conductor Bo Holten
A second chance to hear their acclaimed late-night Prom from last July.
Lassus Madrigals (Lagrime di San Pietro)
Thea Musgrave Rorate coeli Palestrina Mass:
Confitebor tibi
Rpt

Contributors

Conductor:
Bo Holten
Unknown:
Thea Musgrave Rorate

with saxophonist John Harle in a programme of storm music, including the world premiere of Michael Nyman 's Suite from Prospero's Books, commissioned by the SCO. Vivaldi Rute Concerto in F
(RV433) (La Tempesta di mare)
Nyman Where the Bee Dances
Stravinsky Danses concertantes
Nyman Suite: Prospero's Books

Contributors

Unknown:
John Harle
Unknown:
Michael Nyman
Unknown:
Stravinsky Danses

Richard Coles investigates the phenomenal success of Danish writer Peter Hoeg , whose novel Miss Smilla's
Feeling for Snow, part thriller, part philosophical essay, has become an international bestseller.
Plus a preview of Sharman MacDonald 's new play The Winter Guest, directed by Alan Rickman at the West
Yorkshire Playhouse. Producer Abigail Appleton

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Coles
Unknown:
Peter Hoeg
Unknown:
Sharman MacDonald
Directed By:
Alan Rickman
Producer:
Abigail Appleton

Music by Dowland and his contemporaries. sung by Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) with Kasia Elsner (lute)
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
THE FURIES

Contributors

Tenor:
Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Unknown:
Kasia Elsner

A short season of plays celebrating women of daring, wit and adventure through four centuries begins with this sex comedy by Aphra Behn , England's first female professional playwright.
First performed in 1677, it was one of the most popular plays of the Restoration.
In a Spanish colony during camival, three sisters wander disguised through the streets in search of husbands: their aim is to behave like men. Their meeting with a group of banished cavaliers leads to passion, intrigue and farce.
Other parts played by Melissa Sinden , Gillian Cally , Jonathan Coyne and John Griffin
Music by Stephen Warbeck
Musicians: Martin Winters , Neil Smith , Dai Pritchard , Akintayo Akenbode , Adam Carter and Simone Rebello
Director Kate Rowland
See also Monday 9.55pm

Contributors

Comedy By:
Aphra Behn
Played By:
Melissa Sinden
Played By:
Gillian Cally
Played By:
Jonathan Coyne
Played By:
John Griffin
Music By:
Stephen Warbeck
Musicians:
Martin Winters
Musicians:
Neil Smith
Musicians:
Dai Pritchard
Musicians:
Akintayo Akenbode
Musicians:
Adam Carter
Musicians:
Simone Rebello
Director:
Kate Rowland
Willmore:
Danny Webb
Hellena:
Julia Ford
Florinda:
Suzan Sylvester
Valeria:
Juliet Aubrey
Angellica:
Dona Croll
Belvile:
Timothy Walker
Blunt:
Trevor Cooper
Frederick:
Louis Hilyer
Don Pedro:
Burt Caesar
Don Antonio:
Patrick O'Kane

An evening of neoteric music hall performed at the Bloomsbury Theatre earlier this year by Kate Westbrook (vocal) and the Skirmishers, with John Winfield (vocal), Laka Daisical (keyboards), Chris Biscoe and Peter Whyman (reeds), Andy Grappy (tuba) and Ann Day (drums).
Lindsay Cooper: Even/Uneven
Jenni Roditi: Riddle
James MacMillan: The devil and the canny lad
Errollyn Wallen: My lazy goodheart
Mike Westbrook: Toad's washerwoman
Chris Biscoe: Joseph F Glidden of de Kalb, Illinois
Eleanor Alberga: One Cezanne apple
Barbara Thompson: Oceans, straits, currents and seas
Lindsay Cooper: Song of the Skirmishers

Contributors

Vocalist:
Kate Westbrook
Vocalist:
John Winfield
Keyboards:
Laka Daisical
Reeds:
Chris Biscoe
Reeds:
Peter Whyman
Tuba:
Andy Grappy
Drums:
Ann Day
Producer:
Derek Drescher

Introduced by Brian Wright. Part St John Passion
Anthony Moffat (violin) Jane Marshall (oboe)
Gareth Newman (bassoon) Martin Bradshaw (cello)
Catherine Edwards (organ) BBC Singers, conductor Bo Holten
Producer Gautam Rangarajan

Contributors

Introduced By:
Brian Wright.
Oboe:
Jane Marshall
Bassoon:
Gareth Newman
Cello:
Martin Bradshaw
Cello:
Catherine Edwards
Conductor:
Bo Holten
Producer:
Gautam Rangarajan

BBC Radio 3

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Live music and the arts: broadcasts more live music than any other radio network. Classical music is its core. Genres include world and new music, jazz, speech and drama.

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More