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Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Arriaga Overture: The Happy Slaves Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras Granados Allegro Appassionato
(Escenas Romanticas) Alicia de Larrocha (piano) Liszt Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (Annees de Pèlerinage: Suisse) Stephen Hough (piano)
8.30-10.00: Brahms Violin Sonata in D minor, Op 108 Maxim Vengerov , Lilia Zilberstein (piano) Rossini Guillaume Tell (excerpts) Soloists, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, National
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly Honegger Symphony No 4 (Deliciae Basiliensis) Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson

Contributors

Presented By:
Penny Gore
Conductor:
Charles MacKerras Granados Allegro
Piano:
Alicia de Larrocha
Piano:
Liszt Chapelle
Piano:
Stephen Hough
Unknown:
Maxim Vengerov
Piano:
Lilia Zilberstein
Conductor:
Riccardo Chailly Honegger
Conductor:
Michel Plasson

With Rob Cowan.
Poulenc Pièce Brève sur le Nom d'Albert Roussel French National Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
10.03 Mozart Cosi Fan Tutte, Act I (excerpts)
Philharmonia, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.12 Shostakovich String Quartet No 11, Op 122 Hagen Quartet
10.30 Martin Ode a la Musique
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
10.40 Debussy Fêtes Galantes (Set 1)
Nan Merriman (mezzo), Gerald Moore (piano)
10.48 Shostakovich String Quartet No 14, Op 142 Glinka Quartet
11.17 DuparcLa Vie Antérieure;
Phidyle Nan Merriman (mezzo), Gerald Moore (piano)
11.28 Poulenc Sinfonietta French National
Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit

Contributors

Unknown:
Rob Cowan.
Conductor:
Charles Dutoit
Conductor:
Herbert von Karajan
Conductor:
Harry Christophers
Unknown:
Nan Merriman
Piano:
Gerald Moore
Unknown:
Phidyle Nan Merriman
Piano:
Gerald Moore
Conductor:
Charles Dutoit
Fiordiligi:
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)
Dorabella:
Nan Merriman (mezzo)
Don Alfonso:
Sesto Bruscantini (bass)

4/5. Donald Macleod tells the story behind Weber's masterpiece, Der Freischutz; a triumphant success from its first performance. Der Freischutz (excerpts)
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Carlos Kleiber Euryanthe (excerpts) Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Marek Janowski
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod
Conductor:
Carlos Kleiber
Conductor:
Marek Janowski

Edinburgh International Festival 2005
Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces a recital recorded last Friday at the Queen's Hall.
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello), Michelangelo Quartet Mozart String Quartet in G, K387
Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 77 No 1 Schubert String Quintet in C, D956

Contributors

Introduces:
Sara Mohr-Pietsch
Cello:
Ralph Kirshbaum

Music includes two Industrial Patterns from
Trevor Duncan , a march by Michael North , a waltz by Charles Williams , and John Ansell conducting his own Plymouth Hoe.

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevor Duncan
Unknown:
Michael North
Unknown:
Charles Williams
Unknown:
John Ansell

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
In the first of two Proms under the baton of its new music director, the Dutch orchestra performs Mahler's massive Sixth Symphony. The fateful hammer blows of the work's finale seem to prophesy the tragedies that the composer himself was soon to face: of his daughter's death and the diagnosis of his own fatal heart condition. Presented by Andrew McGregor. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Mariss Jansons
Mahler Symphony No 6

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Presented By:
Andrew McGregor.
Conductor:
Mariss Jansons

2/2. In Defence of Culture. In another of Frances Stonor Saunders 's programmes about some of the most portentous gatherings in history, she looks at the huge First International Congress of Writers for the Defence of Culture, convened in Paris in 1935. Some of Europe's greatest literary figures, including Boris Pasternak ,
Andre Malraux , EM Forster , Andre Gide , Aldous Huxley and Bertolt Brecht, were amongst the 220 delegates from 40 countries. The agenda was dominated by the question of how to respond to the spectre of the new dictatorships and the social chaos that was growing around them. Producer Matthew Dodd

Contributors

Unknown:
Frances Stonor Saunders
Unknown:
Boris Pasternak
Unknown:
Andre Malraux
Unknown:
Em Forster
Unknown:
Andre Gide
Unknown:
Aldous Huxley
Producer:
Matthew Dodd

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
English music spanning a tempestuous era for the arts and religion: from works by Cornysh and Wylkynson found in the Eton
Choirbook, compiled in the time of Henry VII , to the rich Elizabethan harmonies of Thomas Tallis 's magnificent 40-part motet, Spem in Alium. Presented by Catherine Bott.
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers Wylkynson Jesus autem Transiens/Credo in Unum Deum
Cornysh Salve
Regina Tallis Man Blest No Doubt; Let God Arise in Majesty; Why Fum'th in Fight; 0 Come in One to Praise the Lord (Tunes for Archbishop Parker's Psalter, Nos 1-4); 0 Nata Lux de Lumine; E'en
Like the Hunted Hind; Expend, 0 Lord, My Plaint of Word; Why Brag'st in Malice High; God Grant We Grace (Tallis's Canon); Come, Holy Ghost
(Tunes for Archbishop Parker's Psalter, Nos 5-9); Gaude Gloriosa Dei Mater; Spem in Alium

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Unknown:
Henry Vii
Unknown:
Thomas Tallis
Presented By:
Catherine Bott.
Conductor:
Harry Christophers
Unknown:
Regina Tallis

Regional Variations (2)

Composers of the Week: ConstantLambert and Alan Rawsthorne

BBC Radio 3

Composer of the Week

Constant Lambert and Alan Rawsthorne

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Radio 3

Donald Macleod ends his week-long examination of the lives and music of these two composers by looking at the friends who influenced them and their friendship. Show more

With Jonathan Swain.
Mozart Overture: Die Zauberflote Schubert Symphony No 6 in C Mahler Das Klagende Lied 2.42 Silvestri Harp Sonata 3.05 Beethoven String Quintet in C, Op 29
3.38 Tchaikovsky Tatyana 's Letter Scene (Eugene Onegin )
3.51 Giustini Piano Sonata in C, Op I No 9
4.03 Mozart Four Minuets, K6014.14 Chopin Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54 4.26 Delibes Couplets de Nilacantha (Lakme) 4.30 Francaix Wind Quintet No 1
4.51 Litolff Scherzo (Concerto Symphonique No 4 in D minor) 5.00 Anon, 17th century Ave Potentissima
5.08 Sibelius Valse Triste 5.14 Stanford 0 Living Will
5.18 Granados, arr Harman La Maja y el Ruisenor (Goyescas) 5.25 Wagner Prelude: Tristan und Isolde
5.36 Penderecki Song of Cherubs 5.44 Khachaturian Adagio (Ballet: Spartacus) 5.54 Allegri Miserere Mei Deus 6.07 Debussy Syrinx 6.11 Glazunov Chant du Menestrel, Op 71 6.16 Debussy Petite Suite
6.29 Respighi Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 2
6.47 Muffat/Lully Orchestral Suite

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Swain.
Unknown:
Tchaikovsky Tatyana
Unknown:
Eugene Onegin
Unknown:
Harman La Maja

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