With Penny Gore.
Smetana Tabor; Blanik (Ma Vlast)
6.29 Bach Fantasia and Fugue in C minor (BWV 537)
6.38 Copland Suite:Billy the Kid
7.05 Purcell Portfolio:
A selection of songs
7.17 Telemann Sonata prima in A
7.32 Vllla-Lobos Valsa da
7.47 Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: The Snow Maiden
8.05 Janacek, transcr
Talich Suite: The Cunning Little Vixen
8.30 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A (K201)
With Penny Gore.
Myslivecek Sinfonia in B flat
9.11 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) Discs
With Edward Blakeman.
Artist of the Week:
Gil Shaham (violin) Vivaldi Concerto in F minor (Winter) (Four Seasons)
10.10 Haydn Concerto in F (H Vllh 4)
William Bennett (flute) Neil Black (oboe)
10.40 Purcell From those serene and rapturous joys (Z326) Soloists
The King's Consort, director Robert King
11.10 Pleyel Wind Partita in B flat
11.25 Sibelius Violin
Gil Shaham (violin)
Philharmonia Orchestra/ Giuseppe Sinopoli
5: The Seasons
Lynne Walker and Michael Talbot introduce music
Vivaldi wrote for feast days and different seasons of the liturgical year.
Confitebor tibi Domine
In exitu Israel (RV604) Laudate pueri dominum (RV602)
Concerto in C for 2 clarinets and 2 oboes
Witt) Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Bristol Lunchtime
With Chris de Souza.
Anthony Marwood (violin) Susan Tomes (piano)
Brahms, arr Joachim Two Hungarian Dances
Soprani Violin Sonata
Bartok Violin Sonata Nol
A Classic Arts production
Let's Make a Story 2.15 Music Box 2.30 Dance
Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive The Emigres
Continuing the series featuring composers from the Continent who made
Britain their home. This week, Bernard Keeffe introduces s of two German-born musicians: Berthold
Goldschmidt and Franz
Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers.
Gillian Reynolds celebrates the Western Brothers.
Producer Jonathan James-Moore
4.30 Krishna Arises
Continuing this strand of North Indian music,
Shruti Sadolikar sings the Raga Bibhas, a morning raga dedicated to Krishna, accompanied by Anand
Krishna Kunte (sarangi) and Anindo Chatterjee (tabla). Producer John Thornley
Tommy concludes his wanderings around the Web!
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With Natalie Wheen.
Debussy Feux dartifice
6.03 Field Nocturne No 5 in B flat
6.30 lbert Divertissement
Producer Edward Blakeman
From St Giles'
Cripplegate, the second of two concerts this week linking the music of the two composers.
Catherine Pierard (soprano) Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo)
Mark Tucker (tenor)
Stephen Roberts (bass) City of London Sinfonia BBC Singers, conductor Richard Hickox
Concerto No 3 in G: Singet dem Herrn (BWV 225)
Stravinsky Concerto for Chamber Orchestra
8.15 Stravinsky and Eternity "We commit fewer musical sins in church" said Stravinsky - but which, asks Michael Oliver , are his religious works?
8.35 Bach, arr Stravinsky Concerto in D for strings (BWV 236)
Bach Mass in G (BWV 236)
Fritz Spiegl 's final selection from the musical criticisms of Sir Neville Cardus.
In Memory of Luigi Nono The third tribute to Luigi
Nono includes three early works and the UK premiere of a work for six vocal and instrumental soloists and live electronics.
Ensemble Expose, conductor Roger Redgate Ingrid Ade-Jessemann ,
Monika Bair-lvenz and Lisa
Susanne Otto (mezzo)
Roberto Fabbriciani (flute) Christine Theus (cello) Experimental Studio of South West German Radio, director Andre Richard
Nono Canti per tredici; La fabbrica illuminata;
Polifonica-Monodia-Ritmica; Quando stanno morendo, Diario pollaco 2
(first UK performance)
To end the programme, the ensemble Accroche Note from Strasbourg give premieres of Redemption and L'evolution du vol by another featured composer, James Dillon.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Arthur Bliss : The Olympians Bliss's only stage opera, with a libretto by J B Priestley , has not been seen since it was the first premiere to be mounted at Covent Garden after the Second World War. An old-fashioned love story is aided and abetted by the gods of Olympus, now a group of travelling players, only able to regain their deity once every hundred years. Introduced by Roderic Dunnett.
Scottish Opera Chorus, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins Rpt