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With Andrew McGregor.
Mozart Serenade in G, K525 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik)
Columbia Symphony Orchestra, conductor Bruno Walter
6.22 Delius Florida Suite
Ulster Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
7.05 Shostakovich Prelude and Fugue, Op 8 No 17
Tatiana Nikolaeva (piano)
7.39 Hummel Piano Trio No 1 in E flat, Op 12 Borodin Trio
8.05 Vivaldi Viola d'Amore Concerto in A, RV396 Catherine Mackintosh ,
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
8.36 Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1
Maxim Vengerov ,
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mstislav Rostropovich Editor Andrew Lyle

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew McGregor.
Unknown:
Mozart Serenade
Conductor:
Bruno Walter
Conductor:
Vernon Handley
Piano:
Tatiana Nikolaeva
Unknown:
Vivaldi Viola
Unknown:
Catherine MacKintosh
Unknown:
Maxim Vengerov
Conductor:
Mstislav Rostropovich
Editor:
Andrew Lyle

With Penny
Gore. Wagner Overture: Rienzi Philharmonia , conductor Otto Klemperer
9.12 Chopin Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op 44
Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano)
9.24 Berwaid Symphony No 1 in G minor (Sinfonie Serieuse)
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt Discs Producer Tony Cheevers

Contributors

Unknown:
Gore. Wagner
Conductor:
Rienzi Philharmonia
Conductor:
Otto Klemperer
Conductor:
Chopin Polonaise
Piano:
Elisabeth Leonskaja
Conductor:
Herbert Blomstedt
Producer:
Tony Cheevers

With Mary Miller.
Leclair Overture in G, Op 13 No 1 Palladian Ensemble
10.13 Adams Nixon in China (Act 1, Scene 2)
Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor Edo de Waart
10.32 Artist of the Week:
Antony Pay (clarinet) Janacek Mladi
Sebastian Bell (flute), Janet Craxton (oboe), Michael Harris (bass clarinet), Martin Gatt (bassoon), Philip Eastop (horn)
10.50 Puccini Requiem
Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, conductor Geoffrey Webber
10.55 Daquin Le Coucou
David Roblou (harpsichord)
11.00 Bacewicz Concerto for Strings BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
11.17 Scariatti Sonatas: in D minor,
Kk213; in D Kk214
Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
11.30 Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A, K622 Antony Pay (basset clarinet), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood Producer David McGuinness
SOUNDING THE CENTURY

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Miller.
Unknown:
Adams Nixon
Flute:
Sebastian Bell
Oboe:
Janet Craxton
Oboe:
Michael Harris
Clarinet:
Martin Gatt
Horn:
Philip Eastop
Conductor:
Geoffrey Webber
Conductor:
Daquin Le Coucou
Harpsichord:
David Roblou
Conductor:
Jerzy Maksymiuk
Piano:
Mikhail Pletnev
Director:
Christopher Hogwood
Producer:
David McGuinness
Chou En-lai:
Sanford Sylvan(baritone)
Nixon:
James Maddalena(baritone)
Kissinger:
Thomas Hammons(baritone)
Mao Tse-tung:
John Duykers(tenor)

(1865-1957)
Jeremy Hayes concentrates on Sibelius the man of the theatre.
Although he wrote no mature opera, Sibelius composed music for many theatrical productions. The programmes also feature Sibelius's symphonic poems.
Pan and Echo Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Pelleas and Melisande
Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Herbert von Karajan Pohjola's Daughter
NBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arturo Toscanini
Producer Jeremy Hayes
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm
See aiso 7.30pm and Wednesday 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Hayes
Conductor:
Arturo Toscanini
Producer:
Jeremy Hayes

Kym Amps (soprano), Roger Langford (baritone), Paula Chateauneuf (English theorbo), Mark Levy (bass viol), director David Roblou (harpsichord) Blow Philander, Do Not Think of Arms; The Self-Banished; What Is't to Us Who Guided the State?
Pelham Humfrey Wilt Thou Forgive? (A Hymne to God the Father) Blow Lucifer's Fall
Christopher Simpson Prelude for
Bass Viol; Divisions on "John, Come
Kiss Me Now"
John Eccles Love 's But the Frailty of the Mind; Find Me a Lonely Cave; Dialogue (The Mad Lover)
Munro My Lovely Celia; Gold, a Receipt for Love
Gay The Beggar's Opera (Act 1, final scene)

Contributors

Soprano:
Roger Langford
Baritone:
Paula Chateauneuf
Bass:
Mark Levy
Harpsichord:
David Roblou
Unknown:
Christopher Simpson
Unknown:
John Eccles Love

Russell Davies presents a six-part series on jazz saxophonist and clarinettist Sidney Bechet. 5:Breathless Blues. Bechet pursued his revivalist project with Bunk Johnson , an older player from New Orleans, and Mez Mezzrow , a white clarinettist who profited from associating with him. Repeated Friday 12.30am
See also Thursday 12.30am

Contributors

Unknown:
Russell Davies
Clarinettist:
Sidney Bechet.
Unknown:
Bunk Johnson
Unknown:
Mez Mezzrow

The Organ
Verity Sharp presents the first of five programmes devoted to the "king of instruments". Today she investigates the very earliest forms of the instrument and talks to Geoff Bridges
about the portative organ. Producer Christina Pritchard
WEB SITE: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/music_machine/

Contributors

Unknown:
Verity Sharp
Unknown:
Geoff Bridges
Producer:
Christina Pritchard

With Anthony Burton. His guests at
7.00 are pianist Peter Frankl , violinist Gyorgy Pauk and cellist
Ralph Kirshbaum , who this month are celebrating 25 years of music-making together. Including
5.50 Carter Holiday Overture
American Composers Orchestra, conductor Paul Dunkel
6.05 Beethoven Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage
Corydon Singers and Orchestra, conductor Matthew Best
6.50 Britten Spring Symphony (finale) Martyn Hill (tenor), Southend Boys'
Choir, London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Richard Hickox Producer Andrew Mussett
E-MAIL: intune@bh.bbc. co. uk
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Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Burton.
Pianist:
Peter Frankl
Violinist:
Gyorgy Pauk
Unknown:
Ralph Kirshbaum
Conductor:
Paul Dunkel
Tenor:
Martyn Hill
Conductor:
Richard Hickox
Producer:
Andrew Mussett

The BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra and their chief conductor
Osmo Vanska continue their cycle of Sibelius's symphonies and 20th-century classics. Presented by Geoffrey Baskerville , with contributions from James MacMillan and Peter Franklin.
Paul Meyer (clarinet)
Britten Sinfonia da Requiem MacMillan Tuireadh
Sibelius Symphony No 2
Next programme Wednesday 7.30pm

Contributors

Conductor:
Osmo Vanska
Presented By:
Geoffrey Baskerville
Unknown:
James MacMillan
Unknown:
Peter Franklin.
Clarinet:
Paul Meyer

The writer Caryl Phillips , who was himself born abroad, talks to five
British writers who were all born beyond these shores. In this series of conversations, he explores the impact that coming to Britain had on their lives, both personal and professional. In the first programme, he talks to novelist Doris Lessing , who was born in 1919 in what was then Persia and then in 1925 moved to and was brought up in a farm in Southern Rhodesia.
Producer Tony Phillips

Contributors

Unknown:
Caryl Phillips
Unknown:
Doris Lessing
Producer:
Tony Phillips

lain Burnside presents the complete settings which Schubert made of texts from Sir Walter Scott 's The
Lady of the Lake. Producer Peter Tanner
For further details see repeat, tomorrow at 2.15pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Walter Scott
Producer:
Peter Tanner

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a studio session of virtuosic improvisations and arrangements by the Fun Horns of Berlin.
Producer Philip Tagney
MUSIC DETAILS: see BBC1 Ceefax page 652

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Russell
Unknown:
Robert Sandall
Producer:
Philip Tagney

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Schubert Gesang der Geister aber den Wassern , 0714 Kurtag
Lieder der Schwermut und der Trauer
Schubert Mass No 5 in A flat, D678
Susan Gritton (soprano),
Stella Doufexis (alto), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Reinhard Hagen (bass), Berlin Radio Chorus, German SO/Robin Gritton
2.30 Bach Italian Concerto, BWV971
Miklos Spanyi (harpsichord)
3.00 Schools
3.00 Music Box 3.15 Something to Think About 3.30 The Song Tree
3.45 Stories and Rhymes 3.55 Together Stories 4.10 Singing
Together 4.30 Revised Higher History
5.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod.
Unknown:
Aber Den Wassern
Soprano:
Susan Gritton
Soprano:
Stella Doufexis
Tenor:
John Mark Ainsley
Tenor:
Reinhard Hagen
Harpsichord:
Miklos Spanyi

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