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Paul Guinery introduces a sequence of works celebrating music and its patron St Cecilia , plus this week's
Bach cantata and sacred music from
Jerusalem.
Armenian liturgical Hymn for the Repose of the Souls
7.07 Christopher Brown To Music, Sing!
Walton Where Does the Uttered
Music Go?
7.24 Toumemlre Triple Choral,
Op 41, for Organ (Premier Choral)
7.32 Lassus Domine, Jesu Christe
Clemens Musica Diligitur
Peter Philips Cantantibus Organis 7.44 Kodaly An Ode for Music Elliott Carter To Music
8.00 Toumemlre Triple Choral, Op 41 (Deuxieme Choral)
8.06 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 90: Es Reisset
Euch ein Schrecklich Ende
8.20 Armenian liturgical Sanctus
8.24 Toumemlre Triple Choral, Op 41 (Troisieme Choral)
8.34 Charles Wood Music When Soft
Voices Die
Parry Music When Soft Voices Die
8.43 Ciconia Sus 'un Fontayne Producer Antony Pitts

Contributors

Introduces:
Paul Guinery
Unknown:
St Cecilia
Unknown:
Christopher Brown
Unknown:
Peter Philips
Music:
Elliott Carter
Unknown:
Schrecklich Ende
Producer:
Antony Pitts

Boyce Symphony in D. Op 2 No 5 Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
9.16 Schubert Zum Rundetanz ; Wein und Liebe
Die Singphoniker
9.22 Rachmaninov Russian Rhapsody Dmitri Alexeev and Nikolai
Demidenko (pianos)
9.31 Waldteufel Waltz: The Skaters'
Waltz
NBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arturo Toscanini
9.38 Mozart Gloria ; Credo
(Coronation Mass, K31 7) Soloists, John Alldis Choir ,
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
9.49 Chabrier Suite Pastorale
Vienna Philharmonic, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
10.17 Bach Concerto in C for Two
Harpsichords, BWV1062
Kenneth Gilbert , English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord)
10.44 Composer of the Week:
William Schuman American Festival
Overture
Los Angeles Philharmonic, conductor Leonard Bernstein
10.54 Brahms Rhapsody in B minor, Op 79 No 1
Murray Perahia (piano)
11.03 Donizetti String Quartet in D Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
11.22 Vaughan Williams The Waves (A Sea Symphony)
London Symphony Chorus,
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Bryden Thomson
11.30 Berger Rondo Giocoso Leopold Stokowski Symphony Orchestra
11.35 Artist of the Week:
Patrick Gallois (flute)
Massenet, arr Prezman M├ęditation (Thais)
London Festival Orchestra, conductor Ross Pople
11.41 Hoist Choral Folk Songs, Op 36b
Baccholian Singers
11.56 Roussel Bacchus and Ariadne
(Act 1)
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Producer Piers Burton-Page E-MAIL: bksm@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Conductor:
Neville Marriner
Conductor:
Schubert Zum Rundetanz
Unknown:
Rhapsody Dmitri Alexeev
Conductor:
Arturo Toscanini
Conductor:
Mozart Gloria
Soloists:
John Alldis Choir
Conductor:
Colin Davis
Conductor:
John Eliot Gardiner
Unknown:
Kenneth Gilbert
Harpsichord:
Trevor Pinnock
Conductor:
Leonard Bernstein
Conductor:
Brahms Rhapsody
Conductor:
Neville Marriner
Conductor:
Vaughan Williams
Conductor:
Bryden Thomson
Conductor:
Berger Rondo Giocoso
Conductor:
Leopold Stokowski
Flute:
Patrick Gallois
Conductor:
Ross Pople
Singers:
Roussel Bacchus
Producer:
Piers Burton-Page

The second of six programmes that lift the lid on the world of drink.
Travelling between 50 chateaux, Andrew Jefford samples 200
Bordeaux wines in five days to discover the potential of the 1995 vintage. He also travels to Italy, where leading winemaker
Angelo Gaja reveals the secret of fine wines and the extent to which they are at the mercy of nature.

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Jefford
Unknown:
Angelo Gaja

Ulster Orchestra
Conductor Jacek Kaspszyk , Larissa Diadkova (mezzo)
Berwald Symphony No 1 in G minor (Sinfonie Serieuse)
Musorgsky, orch Shostakovich Songs and Dances of Death
Shostakovich Symphony No 9

Contributors

Conductor:
Jacek Kaspszyk
Conductor:
Larissa Diadkova
Unknown:
Shostakovich Songs

Towards the end of his career, Haydn wrote a series of Mass settings for the nameday of Princess Esterhazy. 200 years on, Denis McCaldin and George Pratt examine the inspiration that led to these great works, with movements from the Nelson,
Harmonie, Theresa and Creation masses.
Producer Kate Bolton

Contributors

Unknown:
Denis McCaldin
Unknown:
George Pratt
Producer:
Kate Bolton

The fifth of seven programmes in a complete cycle of the Beethoven piano sonatas played by Alfred Brendel , who also introduces the programme in conversation with Misha Donat.
Sonatas: in G, Op 79; in F sharp, Op 78; in D, Op 28 (Pastoral); in E minor, Op 90; in E flat, Op 7 Repeat

Contributors

Played By:
Alfred Brendel
Unknown:
Misha Donat.

The city of Granada in Spain captured the heart of composer Manuel de Falla. His first major orchestral compositions are set there, including Nights in the Gardens of Spain and Love the Magician. He then went to live there, on the hill that bears the palace of the Alhambra and its peaceful, shady wood. But up this same hill during the Spanish Civil War climbed the lorries filled with people who never returned. In 1939, as the Civil War ended and another war began, Falla left Granada and died in Argentina in 1946 - 50 years ago this month. His story, and that of the nights in Granada, are told by author Ian Gibson , pianist Maria Garzon and the people of Granada. Producer Richard Bannerman

Contributors

Unknown:
Manuel de Falla.
Pianist:
Ian Gibson
Pianist:
Maria Garzon
Producer:
Richard Bannerman

Sacred Music from the Low Countries
To begin a four-week sequence of programmes focusing on the choral traditions of what is now Belgium and the Netherlands,
Jeremy Summerly introduces a concert from the Pieterskerk in Utrecht and talks to local performers and scholars. Ciconia A Selection of Motets
Pierre de Manchicourt Missa Veni
Sancte Spiritus
Netherlands Chamber Choir, conductor Paul van Nevel
Trad Missa da Requiem (Benedictus a Sancto Josepho) London Baroque. director Charles Mediam
Producer Antony Pitts

Contributors

Introduces:
Jeremy Summerly
Conductor:
Paul van Nevel
Conductor:
Trad Missa
Director:
Charles Mediam
Producer:
Antony Pitts

Sharman Macdonald's first play for radio is directed by actor Richard Wilson and stars Celia Imrie and Sylvestra Le Touzel. Music brings together two families who are holidaying in the sixties on a beach in Wales. The events of this year's holiday reveal too much for there ever to be another.
Musicians Martin Byatt and Harvey Hope

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Wilson
Unknown:
Celia Imrie
Musicians:
Martin Byatt
Musicians:
Harvey Hope
Ailsa:
Celia Imrie
Nora:
Sylvestra Le Touzel
Martin:
Andrew Stone
George:
Thomas Orange
Rena:
Nadine Turner
John:
Phillip Joseph
David:
Anthony O'Donnell
Gareth:
Tim Godwin
Rhiannon:
Anna James
Noelle:
Lucy Lloyd
Man:
Ewan Stewart

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Rimsky-Korsakov Mozart and Salieri
I Musici di Montreal Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Yuli Turovsky
1.45 Excerpts from the 45th ARD Music Competition Prizewinners'
Final Concert, featuring the Bavarian Radio SO/Lothar Zagrosek
4.10 Organist Miguel del Barco Diaz plays Spanish music from the 16th and 17th centuries
5.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod.
Unknown:
Rimsky-Korsakov Mozart
Unknown:
I Musici
Conductor:
Yuli Turovsky
Organist:
Miguel Del Barco Diaz
Mozart:
Vladimir Bogachov (tenor)
Salieri:
Nikita Storojev (baritone)

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