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with Catriona Young.
7.05 Hoist St Paul 's Suite
7.20 Clara Schumann
Abendfeier in Venedic
7.55 Beethoven Nine
Variations on "Quant'e piu bello" (Wo069)
8.05 Tchaikovsky Festival Overture on the Danish
National Hymn
8.20 Sor Souvenir de
Russie, Op 63
8.30 Janacek Sinfonietta
Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Catriona Young.
Unknown:
St Paul

Yan Pascal Tortelier introduces a programme with slightly Germanic connections.
Hungarian March (La Damnation de Faust)
Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch
DieuJje vis encore; Le PĂȘcheur (Lelio)
Daniel Mesguich (narrator) Keith Lewis (tenor)
Frankfurt RSO , conductor
Eliahu Inbal
Overture: Les Francs-juges Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
Trojan March; Royal Hunt and Storm (Les Troyens ) Regine Crespin (soprano) Paris Opera Orchstra, conductor Georges Pretre Absence (Les Nuits d'ete) Regine Crespin (soprano) Suisse Romande
Orchestra, conductor
Ernest Ansermet
Devant la maison; Le Ciel (La Damnation de Faust) Jules Bastin (bass)
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis

Contributors

Conductor:
Charles Munch
Narrator:
Daniel Mesguich
Tenor:
Keith Lewis
Conductor:
Frankfurt Rso
Conductor:
Eliahu Inbal
Conductor:
Georg Solti
Unknown:
Les Troyens
Soprano:
Regine Crespin
Conductor:
Georges Pretre
Soprano:
Regine Crespin
Conductor:
Ernest Ansermet
Bass:
Jules Bastin
Conductor:
Colin Davis

with Stephanie Hughes in Belfast.
A St Valentine's Day edition with love songs by Poulenc, Warlock and Frederick
Loewe.
10.05 Thomas Llnley
Overture: Ode on the Spirits of Shakespeare
New Irish CO, conductor
John Lubbock
10.20 Artist of the Week:
Malcolm Proud
(harpsichord)
Charles Wesley
Concerto in C, Op 2 No 4 New Irish CO, conductor John Lubbock
10.30 Dvorak Romance in F minor
Ulster Orchestra, directed by Yan Pascal Tortelier (violin)
10.50 Samuel Wesley Symphony No 2 in D
New Irish CO/Lubbock
11.05 Poulenc Trio
Maurice Bourgue (oboe) Amaury Wallez (bassoon) Pascal Roge (piano)
11.15 Malcolm Arnold
Symphony No 1
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by The Composer

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephanie Hughes
Unknown:
Thomas Llnley
Artist:
John Lubbock
Harpsichord:
Charles Wesley
Conductor:
John Lubbock
Violin:
Samuel Wesley
Oboe:
Maurice Bourgue
Bassoon:
Amaury Wallez
Piano:
Pascal Roge
Piano:
Malcolm Arnold

The second in a series of lunchtime concerts featuring music by 20th-century British composers recorded in three City of London churches.
Penny Gore introduces a programme given in St
Katherine Cree, Leadenhall Street, by a group of wind and string soloists from the City of London Sinfonia.
Malcolm Arnold Three Sea
Shanties for wind quintet
Diana Burrell Wind Quintet Robin Holloway Serenade in E flat for wind and strings A Classic Arts production

Contributors

Introduces:
Penny Gore
Unknown:
Malcolm Arnold
Unknown:
Diana Burrell
Unknown:
Robin Holloway Serenade

Piers Burton-Page presents the last of his explorations of the pastoral theme in British music, based on William Empson 's celebrated exercise in literary criticism.
Double Plots, or Only a man harrowing clods ...
The Pastoral as vehicle for darker layers of meaning, as seen in excerpts from works by Butterworth, Gumey. Warlock, Flnzi, Tippett, Quilter and Vaughan Williams. Series producer Piers Burton-Page

Contributors

Unknown:
William Empson
Unknown:
Vaughan Williams.
Producer:
Piers Burton-Page

The Ability to Swing
Sarah-Jane Morris looks at the art of improvising in jazz with the help of students at the Wavendon summer course. How do you make up solos and how do you get your fingers to play immediately what you hear in your head?

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah-Jane Morris

Nicola Heywood Thomas presents a selection of music for St Valentine's
Day, and talks to American soprano Sheri Greenawald about her role in the Welsh
National Opera's production of Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro.
Producer Gwawr Owen
FAIREST ISLE

Contributors

Unknown:
Heywood Thomas
Soprano:
Sheri Greenawald
Producer:
Gwawr Owen

Anthony Burton introduces a concert given last Sunday at the Barbican Hall,
London, as part of the festival celebrating the 90th birthday of Sir Michael Tippett.
Alexander Barantschik (violin) Edward Vanderspar (viola) Moray Welsh (cello) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
Tippett Triple Concerto
Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat
Between the pieces, some thoughts from Michael Tippett , Colin Davis and others on the realities of the Tippett experience.
Sponsored by Friends of the LSO See also tomorrow 7.30pm

Contributors

Introduces:
Anthony Burton
Unknown:
Sir Michael Tippett.
Violin:
Alexander Barantschik
Viola:
Edward Vanderspar
Conductor:
Colin Davis
Unknown:
Michael Tippett
Unknown:
Colin Davis

John Dobson 's 35 years at Covent Garden
The versatile character singer talks to Lynda Powell. 2: "It's not often that happens, I'll tell you, a producer saying 'Go over the top', and I just went out and went over the top!" Next progamme tomorrow
9.15pm

Contributors

Unknown:
John Dobson
Unknown:
Lynda Powell.

Barbara Rearick (mezzo) Britten-Pears Ensemble
Ravel
Introduction and Allegro Stravinsky
Double Canon; Epitaphium Jonathan Lloyd People your dreams (first performance) Respighl // Tramonto Gershwin , arr
Richard Rodney Bennett Maybe, soon; Who cares?;
Embraceable you; By Strauss

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Rearick
Unknown:
Jonathan Lloyd
Unknown:
Tramonto Gershwin
Unknown:
Richard Rodney Bennett

The arts after dark with Humphrey Carpenter , including the verdict on a new production of The
Duchess ofMalfi with Juliet Stevenson
in the title role.
Producer Paul Quinn

Contributors

Unknown:
Humphrey Carpenter
Unknown:
Juliet Stevenson
Producer:
Paul Quinn

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