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With Andrew McGregor. Evangelista Douce Nuit
Montreal Symphony Orchestra. conductor Hans Graf
6.14 Prokofiev Symphony No 1 (Classical)
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
7.05 Bax Harp Quintet Nash Ensemble
7.32 Pergolesi, arr Barbirolli Oboe Concerto in C minor
Evelyn Rothwell , Halle Orchestra , conductor John Barbirolli
8.05 Wagner Overture: The Hying Dutchman (original, 1841 version) London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington
8.25 Schumann Piano Sonata No 1 in F sharp minor, Op 11 Nikolai Demidenko
Editor Andrew Lyle

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew McGregor.
Conductor:
Hans Graf
Conductor:
Charles Dutoit
Unknown:
Evelyn Rothwell
Conductor:
Halle Orchestra
Conductor:
John Barbirolli
Conductor:
Roger Norrington
Unknown:
Nikolai Demidenko
Editor:
Andrew Lyle

With Peter Hobday.
Sibelius Karelia Suite Philharmonia, conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
9.17 Debussy Two Arabesques Pascal Roge (piano)
9.25 Dvorak String Sextet in A, Op 48 Raphael Ensemble
Producer Tony Cheevers Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Hobday.
Conductor:
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Piano:
Pascal Roge

With Stephanie Hughes.
Eduard Strauss Bahn Frei
Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra, conductor Willi Boskovsky
10.04 Handel Recorder Sonata in G minor, Op 1 No 2
Michala Petri, Keith Jarrett (harpsichord)
10.13 Gade Overture: Echoes from
Ossian
Danish National Radio Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Dmitri Kitaenko
10.30 Artists of the Week:
Brodsky Quartet
Schubert String Quartet in A minor, D804
11.06 Barber Three Songs, Op 10 Thomas Hampson (baritone), John Browning (piano)
11.17 Ginastera Piano Sonata No 1
Barbara Nissmann
11.32 Bernstein Ballet music:
Fancy Free
Ulster Orchestra, conductor John Lubbock
Producer Bill Lloyd

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephanie Hughes.
Conductor:
Willi Boskovsky
Harpsichord:
Keith Jarrett
Conductor:
Dmitri Kitaenko
Baritone:
Thomas Hampson
Piano:
John Browning
Conductor:
John Lubbock
Producer:
Bill Lloyd

Geoffrey Baskerville introduces the work of four contemporaries of Jean-Marie Leclair who were all in Paris in 1750. He encounters an overcrowded cathedral, a hurdy-gurdy and a very well known tune.
Corette Variations on "Que Vous Diraige Maman"
Robert Mandel (vielle a roue), Miklos Spanyi (organ)
Leclair Overture in A, Op 13 No 2
Florilegium Balbastre Noel : Votre Bonte Grand Dieu
Rene Saorgin (organ) Duphly La Damanzy
Sandrine Pasquier (harpsichord) Corette Carillon des Morts
Musica Antiqua Koln , director Reinhard Goebel de Mondonville Sonata No 2 (Pieces de Clavecin, Op 3)
John Holloway (violin),
Davitt Moroney (harpsichord)
Corette Concerto Comique No 14 (La Choisy) Ricercar Consort Producer David McGuinness
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm

Contributors

Introduces:
Geoffrey Baskerville
Unknown:
Marie Leclair
Unknown:
Robert Mandel
Unknown:
Miklos Spanyi
Unknown:
Florilegium Balbastre Noel
Unknown:
Rene Saorgin
Harpsichord:
Sandrine Pasquier
Unknown:
Musica Antiqua Koln
Director:
Reinhard Goebel
Violin:
John Holloway
Harpsichord:
Davitt Moroney
Producer:
David McGuinness

From St John 's, Smith
Square, London.
Gyorgy Pauk (violin), Ralph Kirshbaum (cello), Peter Frankl (piano)
Beethoven Piano Trio in G, Op 1 No 2 Schumann Piano Trio in F, Op 80 Repeated Sunday 6.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
St John
Violin:
Gyorgy Pauk
Violin:
Ralph Kirshbaum
Cello:
Peter Frankl

Electronics and Digits
This week, Verity Sharp explores the world of music and machines.
Composers and the Digital Age. An interview with composer
Jonathan Harvey about how and when composers started to use electronic instruments and techniques in their music. Producer Rob Taylerson. WEB SITE: http://www.bbc.co. uk/music_machine

Contributors

Unknown:
Verity Sharp
Unknown:
Jonathan Harvey
Producer:
Rob Taylerson.

The beginning of an evening of programmes from the East
Church in Kirkwall, Orkney, celebrating the 21st St Magnus Festival.
5.15 In Tune
Presented by Linda Ormiston , with guests Kathryn Stott , the Yggdrasil Quartet, composer Marc Yeats and festival poet Kenneth White. Including Grieg String Quartet in G minor No 1 (3rd mvt) Yggdrasil Quartet
6.30 Bach Concerto for Oboe d'amore, Strings and Basso Continuo in A major, BWV1055
Simon Standage (violin),
David Reichenberg (oboe), English Concert conductor Trevor Pinnock
7.30 Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Geoffrey Baskerville introduces a concert given last Saturday at St
Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, featuring one of the festival's many commissions, James MacMillan 's Tryst. There is also the fascinating juxtaposition of Schubert's Unfinished symphony with new orchestrations of songs written at around the same time.
Conductor Mathias Bamert ,
David Wilson-Johnson (baritone) Mozart Cassation in G, K63 (Final-Musik)
MacMillan Tryst
8.10 Putting Down Roots
St Magnus has attracted many great musicians to Orkney - Isaac Stern , Vladimir Ashkenazy and Jean-Yves Thibaudet included - but balances the glamour with a firm commitment to the community and education work. Festival director Sir Peter
Maxwell Davies , Glenys Hughes and composer Alisdair Nicolson discuss the value of this aspect of the event.
8.30 Schubert, orch Harper Three Songs
Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished)
9.30 Farewell to Stromness
Six distinguished poets (all St Magnus Festival poets in their time) read their own specially commissioned tributes to writer George Mackay
Brown, who died last year. The poets are Seamus Heaney , lain Crichton Smith , Liz Lochead , Stewart Conn ,
Edwin Morgan and Kenneth White.
10.00 Voices
As the skies darken over Orkney, a recital of Scottish and English courtly songs of darkness and light, introduced by Linda Ormiston. Mhairi Lawson (soprano), Jacob Heringman (lute)
Johnson Hark , Hark! The Lark
Scottish anon Begone Sweit Night
Anon, attrib Montgomery Lyk as the Dum Solsequium
Campion To His Sweet Lute Apollo; When to Her Lute Corina Sings
Rosseter When Laura Smiles ; What
Then Is Love but Mourning?
Campion It Fell on a Sommers Daie ; Sing a Song of Joy
Pilkington Rest, Sweet Nymphs Repeated tomorrow 2pm
10.45 Mixing It
An eclectic mix of music with Scottish connections from the Ayre Hotel Bar in Kirkwall, with Mark Russell and Robert Sandall. Including a live set from Talitha MacKenzie and her band, giving traditional songs and "mouth-music" a contemporary twist. MUSIC DETAILS: see BBC1 Ceefax page 652 Orkney Sunset producers Svend Brown , Elizabeth Clarke and Philip Tagney

Contributors

Presented By:
Linda Ormiston
Unknown:
Kathryn Stott
Unknown:
Marc Yeats
Unknown:
Kenneth White.
Violin:
Simon Standage
Violin:
David Reichenberg
Conductor:
Trevor Pinnock
Introduces:
Geoffrey Baskerville
Unknown:
James MacMillan
Conductor:
Mathias Bamert
Baritone:
David Wilson-Johnson
Unknown:
Isaac Stern
Unknown:
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Unknown:
Jean-Yves Thibaudet
Unknown:
Maxwell Davies
Unknown:
Glenys Hughes
Unknown:
Alisdair Nicolson
Unknown:
George MacKay
Unknown:
Seamus Heaney
Unknown:
Crichton Smith
Unknown:
Liz Lochead
Unknown:
Stewart Conn
Unknown:
Edwin Morgan
Unknown:
Kenneth White.
Introduced By:
Linda Ormiston.
Soprano:
Mhairi Lawson
Soprano:
Jacob Heringman
Unknown:
Johnson Hark
Unknown:
Montgomery Lyk
Unknown:
Laura Smiles
Unknown:
Sommers Daie
Unknown:
Mark Russell
Unknown:
Robert Sandall.
Unknown:
Talitha MacKenzie
Producers:
Svend Brown
Producers:
Elizabeth Clarke
Producers:
Philip Tagney

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Olivier Charlier (violin), Brigitte Engerer (piano) Beethoven Violin
Sonatas: in D, Op 12 No 1; in G, Op 30 No 3 Ravel Violin Sonata No 2 in G
Grieg Violin Sonata No 3 in C minor, Op 45
2.25 Concento Musical and conductor
German Torrellas perform Spanish church music from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, including works by lbeas, de Rabado and del Camino
3.35 Polish National Philharmonic
SO/Shlomo Mintz (violin) Paul Ben Heim Tehilim (Symphony No 1)
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet:
Suites (excerpts)
5.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod.
Violin:
Brigitte Engerer
Violin:
Paul Ben
Violin:
Heim Tehilim

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