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With Petroc Trelawny, including music, news and the latest from the arts world. Music includes Debussy's Clair de Lune played by the Philharmonia conducted by Geoffrey Simon at 6.05; after the 7.30 arts news, Mozart's Rondo, K382 played by Yevgeni Kissin and the Moscow Virtuosi; and at 8.05 Schubert's
Erlkonig sung by Bryn Terfel accompanied by Malcolm Martineau.

Contributors

Unknown:
Clair de Lune
Conducted By:
Geoffrey Simon
Played By:
Yevgeni Kissin
Sung By:
Bryn Terfel
Accompanied By:
Malcolm Martineau.

With Peter Hobday.
Vivaldi Concerto in D minor, RV128 English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
9.06 Handel Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne: Eternal Source of Light Divine Judith Nelson (soprano),
Shirley Minty (alto), James Bowman (countertenor), David Thomas (bass), Choir of Christ Church Cathedral,
Oxford, director Simon Preston
9.32 Ravel Piano Trio in A minor Jascha
Heifetz (violin), Gregor Piatigorsky (cello), Artur Rubinstein (piano)
9.57 Puccini Nessun Dorma
(Turandot) Giuseppe di Stefano
(tenor), Orchestra of La Scala , Miian, conductor Antonio Votto
10.01 Busoni Turandot Suite , Op 41 La Scala PO, conductor Riccardo Muti

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Hobday.
Director:
Trevor Pinnock
Director:
Handel Ode
Soprano:
Judith Nelson
Soprano:
Shirley Minty
Unknown:
James Bowman
Bass:
David Thomas
Director:
Simon Preston
Violin:
Gregor Piatigorsky
Cello:
Artur Rubinstein
Unknown:
La Scala
Conductor:
Antonio Votto
Conductor:
Busoni Turandot Suite
Conductor:
Riccardo Muti

Angela Gheorghiu
With Joan Bakewell.
Angela Gheorghiu and her husband Roberto Alagna have been hailed as the world's most exciting young opera stars, and their duet album entered the classical music chart at number two when it was released. Angela Gheorghiu talks about singing together on stage and how she coped with last year's bad press about their relationship and their respective careers. Including duets by Puccini, Donizetti and Bernstein.

Contributors

Unknown:
Angela Gheorghiu
Unknown:
Joan Bakewell.
Unknown:
Angela Gheorghiu
Unknown:
Roberto Alagna
Talks:
Angela Gheorghiu

Musical Dynasties
With Richard Baker. The Mozarts may have been neither as ubiquitous nor as prodigious as the Bachs, but their musical talents were not confined to the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus. Music includes
Leopold Mozart Trumpet Concerto in D Wynton Marsalis , ECO, conductor Raymond Leppard
WA Mozart Violin Sonata in D, K7 Gerard Poulet ,
Blandine Verlet (harpsichord)
WA Mozart Laudamus Te (Mass in C minor, K427) Barbara Bonney (soprano), Berlin Philharmonic , conductor Claudio Abbado
Franz Xaver Mozart Variations on a Theme from Mehul's Opera "Joseph" Leslie Howard (piano)
SOUNDING THE CENTURY

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Baker.
Unknown:
Wolfgang Amadeus.
Unknown:
Wynton Marsalis
Conductor:
Raymond Leppard
Unknown:
Gerard Poulet
Harpsichord:
Blandine Verlet
Soprano:
Barbara Bonney
Soprano:
Berlin Philharmonic
Conductor:
Claudio Abbado
Conductor:
Franz Xaver Mozart
Piano:
Leslie Howard

Chamber Music from
Manchester Rodney Slatford introduces a recital by pianist Aleksandar Madzar , winner of the third prize in the 1996 Leeds International Competition.
Bach Ricercare a 3 (The Musical Offering)
Berg Sonata , Op 1
Ravel Jeux d'Eau; Gaspard de la Nuit

Contributors

Introduces:
Manchester Rodney Slatford
Pianist:
Aleksandar Madzar
Unknown:
Bach Ricercare
Unknown:
Berg Sonata

BBC Philharmonic
Conductor Vassily Sinaisky , Olivier Charlier (violin), Sarah Leonard (soprano), Jean Rigby (mezzo), Paul Whelan (baritone),
Huddersfield Choral Society Dvorak Carnival Overture
Szymanowski Stabat Mater
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Martlnu Symphony No 5

Contributors

Conductor:
Vassily Sinaisky
Violin:
Olivier Charlier
Violin:
Sarah Leonard
Soprano:
Jean Rigby
Baritone:
Paul Whelan

From Gloucester Cathedral.
Introit: When Waters Kiss
One Bank (Briggs) Responses(Rose)
Psalms 146, 147 (Atkins, Briggs) First Lesson: Exodus 17, wl-7 Canticles: Stanford in C
Second Lesson: John 20, w24-end Anthem: Exceeding Glad Shall He Be of Thy Salvation. Alleluia! (Handel) Hymn: Glory in the Highest to the God of Heaven (Cuddesdon)
Organ Voluntary: Imperial March (Elgar) Director of music David Briggs. Assistant organist Mark Lee.

Contributors

Music:
David Briggs.
Organist:
Mark Lee.

Sean Rafferty talks to Hal Prince , whose revival of Showboat comes to
London this month. Plus news of Aida, which opens at Earls Court this weekend, with 600 singers and dancers. Bach's Brandenburg
Concerto No 5 is before 6.00 and Brahms's Violin and Piano Sonata in D minor leading up to 7.00

Contributors

Talks:
Sean Rafferty
Unknown:
Hal Prince

From Glasgow City Hall, the BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra and conductor
Osmo Vanska continue their innovative
Beethoven symphony cycle in concerts combining this great music with 20th-century classics. Tonight, the Seventh Symphony- which
Wagner famously described as "the apotheosis of the dance" - is paired with one of the most revolutionary ballet scores ever written.
Presented by Geoffrey Baskerville in conversation with Osmo Vanska,
Jonathan Del Mar and Anthony Payne. Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A
8.10 Rites of Spring
Ronald Hutton traces the history of spring rites from the Romans' Lupercalia to customs that still flourish. With recordings of these rites and people who take part in them, he considers their vitality and significance today.
8.30 Stravinsky The Rite of Spring

Contributors

Conductor:
Osmo Vanska
Presented By:
Geoffrey Baskerville
Unknown:
Jonathan Del Mar
Unknown:
Anthony Payne.
Unknown:
Ronald Hutton

Private View
Five programmes this week in which Nicholas Ward-Jackson explores the contemporary art world. In the third programme, he follows
Graham Gussin as he transforms the New Art
Space at the Tate Gallery, drawing together the diverse influences of Edgar Allen Poe and Kubrick's 2001 in a new sound and video piece.
Gussin reflects on landscape, space and the history of the future.

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Ward-Jackson
Unknown:
Graham Gussin
Unknown:
Edgar Allen Poe

A weekly series in which pianist Piers Lane gives an introduction to the world of the piano and its players. Vienna, City of Music. In the early 19th century, Vienna was a city without parallel when it came to music and dancing. Piers Lane reflects on how some of the spirit and colour of Vienna at this time is immortalised in the music of Schubert and Beethoven.
Schubert Impromptus , D935 Maria-Joao Pires
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E minor, Op 90 Alfredo Perl Producer Chris Wines

Contributors

Pianist:
Piers Lane
Unknown:
Schubert Impromptus
Unknown:
Maria-Joao Pires
Unknown:
Alfredo Perl
Producer:
Chris Wines

Stalingrad, one of the landmark battles of the century and one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Second World War, is the subject of a major new study by historian Antony Beevor.
Patrick Wright talks to him about his attempt to tell the story of the battle through the experiences of Russian and German soldiers and of the civilians trapped in the besieged city. Producer Julian Hale

Contributors

Unknown:
Antony Beevor.
Talks:
Patrick Wright
Producer:
Julian Hale

With Misha Donat. Euryanthe (excerpts)
Leipzig Radio Chorus,
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Marek Janowski Repeated from last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown:
Misha Donat.
Conductor:
Marek Janowski
Euryanthe:
Jessye Norman (soprano)
Eglantine:
Rita Hunter (soprano)
Adolar:
Nicolai Gedda (tenor)
Lysiart:
Tom Krause (baritone)

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Lausanne CO/Milan Horvat, Jose-Daniel Castellon (flute), Isabelle Moretti (harp) Mozart Symphony No 32 in G, K318; Concerto in C for Flute and Harp, K299 Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A
2.35 Strauss Burleske Arthur Ozolins (piano), Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conductor Mario Bernardi
3.00 Schools

3.00 Time and Tune

3.20 Together
3.40 Dance Workshop

4.00 Alphabet Time

4.10 History 9-11
4.30 Ravel Piano Concerto for the Left Hand Alicia de Larrocha , Utrecht SO, conductor Jean Fournet
5.00 Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances Bulgarian NRSO/Milen Nachev
5.35 Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch Concerto in A minor for Two Oboes and Violin Paul van de Linden and Kristine Linde (oboes), Manfred Kraemer (violin), Musica ad Rhenu

Contributors

Presenter:
Donald MacLeod
Flute:
Jose-Daniel Castellon
Flute:
Isabelle Moretti
Conductor:
Mario Bernardi
Unknown:
Alicia de Larrocha
Conductor:
Jean Fournet
Unknown:
Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch
Violin:
Paul van De Linden
Oboes:
Kristine Linde
Oboes:
Manfred Kraemer

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