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With Tommy Pearson.
CPE Bach Harpsichord Concerto in C,
Wq43 No BobvanAsperen, Melante 81
6.15 Stravinsky Symphony of Wind
Instruments Netherlands Wind Ensemble
7.20 Tchaikovsky, arr Dubinsky
Children's Album, Op 39 Borodin Quartet
7.30 Handel Oboe Concerto No 2 in B flat Heinz Holliger , English Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Raymond Leppard
8.00 Haydn Symphony No 95 in C minor Philharmonia Hungarica, conductor Antal Dorati
8.40 Ravel Daphnis and Chloe: Suite No 2 Chicago SO, conductor Jean Martinon

Contributors

Unknown:
Tommy Pearson.
Unknown:
Heinz Holliger
Conductor:
Raymond Leppard
Conductor:
Antal Dorati
Conductor:
Ravel Daphnis
Conductor:
Jean Martinon

With Donald Macleod.
4: The Reward of Determination
A look at Jean Langlais , whose career took him from Paris's school for the blind to the magnificent basilica of Ste-Clothilde. In conversation with the composer's widow. Jean Langlais Hymne dactions de Graces (Te Deum) The Composer (organ)
Motets: Chant Litanique (Stella Maris ); 0 Bone Jesu; 0 Salutaris Hostis (5 Motets) Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok
Legende de Saint-Nicolas (Folkloric Suite) The Composer (organ)
Festival Alleluia Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok Improvisation on Kyrie Orbis Factor The Composer (organ) Messe Solennelle
James O'Donnell
(organ), Westminster Cathedral Choir,
Conductor David Hill See also Radio 4 at 11.30am

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod.
Unknown:
Jean Langlais
Unknown:
Jean Langlais Hymne
Unknown:
Stella Maris
Unknown:
Stephen Disley
Conductor:
Nicholas Kok
Conductor:
Legende de Saint-Nicolas
Unknown:
Stephen Disley
Conductor:
Nicholas Kok
Unknown:
James O'Donnell
Conductor:
David Hill

With Rob Cowan.
Warshauer, arr unknown Dinah Budapest Quartet
10.05 Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 in A, K488 Maria Yudina , Moscow RSO, conductor Alexander Gauk
10.30 Schumann Kennst Du das Land?;
So Lasst Mich Scheinen (Wilhelm Meister -Lieder, Op 98a) Irene Joachim (soprano), Helene Boschi (piano)
10.35 Kodaly Symphony
Berlin RSO, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
11.07 Britten Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op 51 Norma Procter (mezzo),
Peter Pears (tenor), the Composer (piano)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rob Cowan.
Unknown:
Maria Yudina
Conductor:
Alexander Gauk
Unknown:
Wilhelm Meister
Soprano:
Irene Joachim
Piano:
Helene Boschi
Conductor:
Ferenc Fricsay
Unknown:
Norma Procter
Tenor:
Peter Pears

West Cork Chamber Music Festival 2002
At the festival's main venue, Bantry
House, every room resounds with music - concerts, masterclasses and workshops. Sean Rafferty introduces some of the 20th-century highlights and talks to violinist Milan Skampa , one of the masterclass tutors.
Strauss Prelude:
Capriccio Andrei Gridchuk (viola), Colin Carr (cello), Artis Quartet, Vienna
Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata) Indra Quartet
Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik
Paris-Bastille Wind Ensemble
Goldschmidt Retrospectum
Catherine Leonard (violin), James Boyd (viola), Natalie Clein (cello)
Resplghi // Tramonto Cornelia Kallisch (mezzo), Vanbrugh Quartet

Contributors

Introduces:
Sean Rafferty
Violinist:
Milan Skampa
Viola:
Capriccio Andrei Gridchuk
Viola:
Colin Carr
Unknown:
Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik
Unknown:
Goldschmidt Retrospectum
Violin:
Catherine Leonard
Violin:
James Boyd
Viola:
Natalie Clein
Unknown:
Tramonto Cornelia Kallisch

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Presented by Louise Fryer. Sullivan Overture di Ballo
Conductor Charles Mackerras Bliss Colour Symphony
Conductor Richard Hickox
Sullivan, reconstr Mackie/Mackerras Cello Concerto in D Paul Watkins , conductor Charles Mackerras
Hoist Suite: The Planets
Conductor Andrew Davis

Contributors

Presented By:
Louise Fryer.
Conductor:
Charles MacKerras
Conductor:
Richard Hickox
Conductor:
Paul Watkins
Conductor:
Charles MacKerras
Conductor:
Andrew Davis

Lucie Skeaping joins the harpsichordist Gary Cooper for a brief taste of Domenico Scarlatti's wonderfully original and colourful keyboard writing as featured in the celebrated Venice Codex - the most comprehensive collection of Scarlatti's sonatas. Today's music was recorded at this year's York Early Music Festival.

Contributors

Presenter:
Lucie Skeaping
Harpsichordist:
Gary Cooper

Another programme in a monthly series that explores 20th-century orchestral masterpieces. By the time Sibelius had finished his Fifth Symphony, the First World War had ended and Finland had gained its independence. Alan Hall documents the ideas behind the music, with contributions from conductors
Osmo Vanska and Sakari Oramo , scholar Glenda Goss , composer Jarmo Sermil , film director Timo Koivusalo and swanherd
Carl Mitchell. Plus archive recordings, including one of Sibelius himself, and a visittothe composer's birthplace museum and home of 50 years, Ainola. And at
8.20, a complete performance of Simon Rattle 's 20-year-old recording with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Sibelius Symphony No 5

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Hall
Conductors:
Osmo Vanska
Conductors:
Sakari Oramo
Unknown:
Glenda Goss
Unknown:
Jarmo Sermil
Director:
Timo Koivusalo
Unknown:
Carl Mitchell.
Unknown:
Simon Rattle

Philip Dodd interviews Lynne Ramsay , director of the acclaimed Ratcatcher, about her new film, Morvern Callar. He also talks to artist Douglas Gordon about his new exhibition and discusses the winner of this year's Turner Prize, announced earlier in the day.

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Dodd
Unknown:
Lynne Ramsay
Artist:
Douglas Gordon

With Susan Sharpe.

Boccherini Guitar Quintet in C (La Ritirata di Madrid)

12.35 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330

12.55 Saint-Saens The Swan (Carnival of the Animals)

1.00 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World)

1.40 Brahms 4 Klavierstucke, Op 119

2.00 Fux Missa pro Gratiarum Actione

2.30 Nicolas Renter Cantata: L'Indifference Punie

2.50 Paul Siefert Benedicam Dominum

Contributors

Presenter:
Susan Sharpe

BBC Radio 3

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