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With Penny Gore.

Ysaye Reve d'Enfant Philippe Graffin (violin).Pascal Devoyon (piano)

6.40 CPE Bach Concerto in F flat for harpsichord and fortepiano, Wq47
Anneke Uittenbosch (harpsichord), Jean Antonietti (fortepiano),
Leonhardt Consort. Vienna Concentus Musicus, conductor Gustav Leonhardt

7.00 Tchaikovsky Waltz (Swan Lake) New York PO, conductor Kurt Masur

7.45 Saint-Saens Caprice, Op 79
Robert Fontaine (clarinet), Thomas Prevost (flute). Jacques Vandeville (oboe), Viktoria Postnikova (piano)

8.00 Berlioz Overture ; Beatrice and Benedict
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Colin Davis

8.35 Haydn Piano Concerto No 11 in D Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli,
Zurich CO, conductor Edmond de Soutz

Contributors

Unknown:
Phiiippe Graffin
Harpsichord:
Jean Antonietti
Unknown:
Leonhardt Consort.
Conductor:
Gustav Leonhardt
Conductor:
Kurt Masur
Unknown:
Robert Fontaine
Unknown:
Thomas Prevost
Unknown:
Jacques Vandevii
Oboe:
Viktoria Postnikova
Piano:
Bertioz Onerture
Unknown:
Arturo Benedett
Conductor:
Edmond de Soutz

With Donald Macleod.

At Esterhaza palace from 1766 Haydn had an opera house at his disposal and turned to writing operas.

L'Infedelta Delusa (excerpt)
La Petite Bande, conductor Sigiswald Kuijken

L'Incontro Improvviso (excerpt)
Lausanne CO, conductor Antal Dorati

La Vera Constanza (excerpt)
Lausanne CO, conductor Antal Dorati

String Quartet in B minor, Op 64 No 2 - Festetics Quartet

Contributors

Presenter:
Donald Macleod
Musicians (L'Infedelta Delusa):
La Petite Band
Conductor (L'Infedelta Delusa):
Sigiswald Kuijken
Vespina:
Nancy Afgenta (soprano)
Musicians (L'Incontro Improvviso):
Lausanne Concert Orchestra
Conductor (L'Incontro Improvviso):
Antal Dorati
Osmin:
Domenico Trimarchi (baritone)
Balkis:
Margaret Marshall (soprano)
Ali:
Claes Hakon Ahnsjo (tenor)
Musicians (La Vera Constanza):
Lausanne Concert Orchestra
Conductor (La Vera Constanza):
Antal Dorati
Rosina:
Jessye Norman (soprano)
Villotto Villano:
Wladimiro Ganzarolli (baritone)
Masino:
Domenico Trimarchi (barttone)
Irene:
Karl Lovaas (soprano)
Ernesto:
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
Lisetta:
Helen Donath (soprano)
Errico:
Claes Hakon Ahnsjo (tenor)

With Stephanie Hughes.
Berlioz Overture: Les Francs-Juges
LSO, conductor Colin Davis
10.19 Walton Cello Concerto
Gregor Piatigorsky, Boston SO, conductor Charles Munch
10.50 Rameau Premier Concert (Pieces de Clavecin en Concerts)
Berthoid Kuijken (flute), Sigiswald Kuijken (violin), Wieland Kuijken (viola da gamba), Robert Kohnen (harpsichord)
11.01 Gossec Symphony in D
London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert
11.14 Berlioz Overture: King Lear
SNO, conductor Alexander Gibson

Contributors

Presenter:
Stephanie Hughes

Posh Folk
Geoff Baskerville introduces music inspired by the folk traditions of eastern Europe. Mozart Mo/fn Concerto No 5 in A, K2.I9
(Turkish) Gyorgy Pauk , BBC Philharmonic, conductor Bernhard Klee
Bartok Contrasts
Daniel Philips (vioiin), Michael Collins (clarinet), Susan Tomes (piano)
Martinu Variations on a Slovak Tneme
Jane Goodwin (cello).
Kathron Sturrock (piano)
Dvorak Piano Quartet in D, Op 23 Hebrides Ensemble

Contributors

Unknown:
Geoff Baskervi
Unknown:
Gyorgy Pauk
Unknown:
Daniel Philips
Unknown:
Michael Collins
Piano:
Susan Tomes
Unknown:
Jane Goodwin
Piano:
Kathron Sturrock
Piano:
Dvorak Ptano Ouartef

Sean Rafferty with arts news and music. including at 5.00 Saint-Saëns's Africa performed by the Tapiota Symphony Orchestra under Jean-Jacques Kantarow ; at 5.50 Beethoven Romance for Violin and orchestra ptayed by Thomas Zehetmair , with the Orchestra of the 18th Century under Frans Bruggen : and at 6.40 Copland 's Suite; Billy the Kid played by the LSO, conducted by the composer.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sean Raffertyw
Unknown:
Jean-Jacques Kantarow
Unknown:
Thomas Zehetmair
Unknown:
Frans Bruggen

Brave New Worlds
Kirsteen McCue introduces the first of three concerts from the Queen's Hall,
Edinburgh, featuring music by composers who traveled to the New World.
Trio Ex Aequo: Antje Weithaas(vioiin),
Natahe Clein (cello), Gerald Fauth (piano)
Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor, Op -1 No 3
Martin Trio on /nsr) Folk Songs
8.35 Twenty Minutes: Keepers
Tim Marlow talks to keepers, curators and museum directors on site.
2: Dr Jonathan Betts, curator of horology at the Royai Observatory, Greenwich, whose collection of timepieces includes Harrison's famous clocks which helped to solve the problem of the measurement of longitude.
8.55 Dvorak Piano Trio No 4 in E minor, Op 90 (Dumky)

Richard Coiesta !ksto Peter Robb about his controversial new biography of Caravaggio. Pius news from the opening of Rossini's Otet/o at Covent Garden in a new production directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi.

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Coiesta
Unknown:
Peter Robb
Unknown:
Luigi Pizzi.

A touch of flamenco from Verity Sharp, including music from the Misa Hamenca, sung by the Maitea Choir and members of the Coro Ease Andaiusian instrumental
Ensemble, directed by Jose Torregrosa .

Contributors

Unknown:
Verity Sharp
Directed By:
Jose Torregrosa

Saxophonist Greg Osby is one of the stars of the Blue Note label. He talks to Alyn Shipton about his career, which began with the M-base co-operative and has recently included a recording partnership with fellow saxophonist Joe Lavano. He also talks about his recent albums and about the Blue Note repertory band New Directions.

Contributors

Unknown:
Greg Osby
Unknown:
Alyn Shipton

With Jonathan Swain.
12.05am G)inka Kamarinskaya 12.10 Tetemann Recorder Sonata <n /t 12.20
Saint-Saens /ntroduet/on and Rondo
Capncc/oso. Op 2812.30 Rachmaninov P;ano Concerto No 1 )n Fshafp m/norl.OO Music for bassoon, oboes and strings by Fasch, Zeienka and Teiemann 2.05 Bach Pre/ude and Fugue in A m/nor. BtW543
2.20 Mozart Symphony No 41 /n C (Jupiter)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Swain.

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