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With Andrew MacGregor , including a last chance to win tickets for a Mahler
Prom, and at approximately
7.05 Barrios Mangore Le catedral
7.12 Biber Partita No 6 in D (Harmonia artificiosaariosa)
7.32 Bax The Tale the Pine
Trees Knew
8.05 Rossini Overture:
La Cenerentola
8.22 Brahms Wie bist du meine Konigin, Op 32 No 9; Wir Wandelten, Op 96 No 2
8.31 Rachmaninov Piano
Concerto No 1 in F sharp minor
Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew MacGregor

David Owen Norris explores the chamber music.
Assai Tranquillo
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Melvyn Tan (fortepiano)
Konzertstuck in F, Op 113 Rainer Schumacher
(clarinet)
Gerhard Albert (basset horn)
Roland Keller (piano)
String Quartet in E flat, Op 44 No 3
Cherubini Quartet
Song without Words, Op 109
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Melvyn Tan (fortepiano)

Contributors

Unknown:
David Owen Norris
Music:
Assai Tranquillo
Cello:
Steven Isserlis
Cello:
Melvyn Tan
Clarinet:
Rainer SchumacHer
Basset:
Gerhard Albert
Piano:
Roland Keller
Cello:
Steven Isserlis
Cello:
Melvyn Tan

With Nicola Heywood Thomas , including at approximately
10.00 Prom Artist of the Week:
Yvonne Kenny (soprano)
Mozart Ach ich liebte, war so glucklich (Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail)
10.05 Saint-Saens
Havanaise
10.15 Walton Three Songs by Edith Sitwell
10.25 John Pickard
Channel Firing
10.55 Mathias String Quartet No 2
11.20 Schumann Piano
Concerto in A minor
11.55 Puccini 0 mio babbino caro (Gianni Schicchi )

Contributors

Unknown:
Heywood Thomas
Soprano:
Yvonne Kenny
Songs By:
Edith Sitwell
Songs By:
John Pickard
Unknown:
Gianni Schicchi

In 1974, David Munrow 's
Early Music Consort gave a Prom marking the 500th anniversay of the death of Guillaume Dufay. One of the singers taking part was the counter-tenor James
Bowman, who looks back on the event in converstaion with Paul Guinery. There is more Dufay from the New London Consort in 1981 and music by Monteverdi conducted by John Eliot Gardiner in 1979. Producer Susan Kenyon

Contributors

Unknown:
David Munrow
Unknown:
Guillaume Dufay.
Unknown:
Paul Guinery.
Conducted By:
John Eliot
Producer:
Susan Kenyon

Nana Tsiboe and his band
Asem Ni! are the voice of Ghanaian highlife music in the 1990s. Nana Tsiboe takes Jo Shinner on a musical trip around Ghana, exploring the roots of modern highlife with tracks recorded exclusively for Radio 3.
An Angell Sound production

Contributors

Unknown:
Nana Tsiboe
Unknown:
Nana Tsiboe
Unknown:
Jo Shinner

With Richard Baker.
Haydn Symphony No 104 in D (London)
6.03 Telemann Oboe
Concerto in F minor
6.30 Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez
Producer Ray Abbott

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Baker.
Unknown:
Rodrigo Concierto
Producer:
Ray Abbott

From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
Including a rare outing for a controversial one-act opera by Hindemith.
Garrick Ohlsson (piano)
The Sixteen (women's voices)
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal
Tortelier
Weber Overture: Der
Freischutz
Brahms Piano Concerto No
2 in B flat
8.40 Interval
Scandalising, often banned, even disowned by its composer, is Hindemith's one-act sex shocker of an opera Sancta Susanna worth all the fuss?
Jonathan Swain investigates.
9.00 Hindemith Sancta
Susanna
Old Nun .ANN HOWARD (mezzo-sop)

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall
Conductor:
Yan Pascal
Unknown:
Sancta Susanna
Unknown:
Jonathan Swain
Unknown:
Hindemith Sancta
Unknown:
Old Nun
Susanna:
Susan Bullock(sop)
Klementia:
Eva Randova(mezzo-Sop)

Presented by Robert Ziegler. Tonight's edition bangs the drum for percussion, with Temazcal for maraccas and tape by Javier Alvarez , and John Cage 's classic 3rd
Construction of 1941. James Wood describes developments in percussion music from
Cage to the present day, and the programme ends with a performance of his massive work Stoicheia, played by the Percussion Group of the Hague. Producer Philip Tagney

Contributors

Presented By:
Robert Ziegler.
Unknown:
Javier Alvarez
Unknown:
John Cage
Unknown:
James Wood
Producer:
Philip Tagney

With Roderic Dunnett.
Arthur Sullivan Ivanhoe
Sullivan's only excursion into grand opera (but without the libretto of W S
Gilbert) opened in 1891 and ran for 161 performances. Set in 12th-century
England, it tells the story of Ivanhoe's quest to win the woman he loves. A BBC studio recording of highlights.
Scottish Opera Chorus BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra/Martyn Brabbins Rpt

Contributors

Unknown:
Roderic Dunnett.
Unknown:
Arthur Sullivan Ivanhoe
Ivanhoe:
Anthony Roden(tenor)
Rowena:
Susan Bullock(sop)
Cedric/Friar Tuck:
Keith Latham(bar)
King Richard:
Stephen Holloway(bass)
The Templar/Prince John:
Stephen Gadd(bar)
Rebecca:
Tinuke Olafimihan(sop)
Grand:
Masterdavid Morrison(bass)
Lockesley:
Declan McCusker(tenor)
de Bracy:
Alex Morrison(tenor)
Herald:
Jonathan Hawkins(bar)

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