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Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Saint-Saens Tarantelle , Op 6
Berlioz Three Excerpts from La Damnation de Faust
8.00-9.00: Liszt Tarantella (Venezia e Napoli) Walton, arr Mathieson Suite: Henry V


Presented By:
Martin Handley.
Presented By:
Saint-Saens Tarantelle

With Rob Cowan.
Music includes:

Rimsky-Korsakov Overture: The Tsar's Bride - Bolshoi SO, conductor Alexander Lazarev

Massenet 10 Son Solo ...Ah! Dispar Vision (Manon, Act 3) - Giuseppe di Stefano (tenor), Herbert Dawson (organ), Philharmonia, conductor Alberto Erede

Galuppi Sonata No 5 in C - Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (piano)

John Alden Carpenter Sea Drift - RPO, conductor Karl Krueger

Handel Oh Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me? (Semele) - Erna Berger (soprano), Michael Raucheisen (piano)

Faure Three Songs without Words, Op 17 - Germaine Thyssens-Valentin (piano)

Tippett Suite in D for the Birthday of Prince Charles - LSO, conductor Colin Davis

Schubert Offertorium, D963 - Alejandro Ramirez (tenor), Lausanne Vocal Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra, conductor Michel Corboz

Saint-Saens Romanza (Cello Sonata No 2 in F, Op 123) - Andre Navarra, Annie d'Arco (piano)

Sibelius, arr Press Nocturne, Op 51 No 3 - Arthur Grumiaux (violin), Istvan Hajdu (piano)

Joaquin Nin Six Variations on a theme of Milan - Rey de la Torre (guitar)

Handel O Memory! Still Bitter to My Soul; Opprest with Never-Ceasing Grief (Belshazzar) - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Munich Chamber Orchestra, conductor Hans Stadlmair

Humperdinck Suite: Hansel and Gretel - RPO, conductor Rudolf Kempe


Rob Cowan

Michael Berkeley 's guest is the writer James Fleming , nephew of author Ian Fleming and cellist Amaryllis Fleming. His musical choices include a rare recording of his aunt playing Bach; Scottish folk fiddler Willie Hunter , a Scriabin piano prelude, Shostakovich's Piano Quintet, and Tom Lehrer 's Vatican Rag.


Michael Berkeley
James Fleming
Ian Fleming
Amaryllis Fleming.
Willie Hunter
Tom Lehrer

Edinburgh International Festival
Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents a recital given at the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh. Anne Schwanewilms (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano) Strauss
Drei Lieder, Op 29; Du meines Herzens Kronelein; Ach Lieb, ich muss nun scheiden;
(Schlichte Weisen, Op 21); Mein Herz ist stumm, mein Herz ist kalt, Op 19 No 6
Mahler Scheiden und Meiden (Des knaben Wunderhorn); Um schlimme Kinder artig zu machen; Ich ging mit Lust durch einen grunen Wald
Strauss Lieder aus Letzte Blatter, Op 10:
No 3, Die Nacht; No 5, Geduld; No 8, Allerseelen; Leises Lied, Op 39; Wiegenliedchen, Op 49 No 3; Waldseligkeit, Op 49 No 1
Mahler Abld'sung im Sommer; Aus! Aus!; Nicht wiedersehen!
Strauss Drei Lieder der Ophelia, Op 67


Anne Schwanewilms
Malcolm Martineau

Brian Kay presents more listeners' requests:
Mozart's charming Concerto for Flute and Harp; and for this month's theme of jazz-inspired music, Bernstein's Divertimento, in a recording by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted by one of the composer's most gifted proteges, Marin Alsop.
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Brian Kay
Marin Alsop.

What's British about Art?
Why are we applying old-fashioned national criteria to abstract ideas? Is it an upsurge of nationalism that prompts us to acclaim Young British Artists and New British Cinema? Or are the old passport categories a cover for rampant confusion in a multicultural society? What exactly is British about a sculpture, a symphony or a song, and why? Producers Tony Cheevers and Paul Frankl EMAIL: or phone (during the programme) [number removed] (land-line calls cost no more than 8p per minute)


Tony Cheevers
Paul Frankl

I Fagiolini celebrates its 20th birthday, there are more recordings of the Latvian Radio Choir at this year's Vale of Glamorgan Festival, and Aled Jones investigates just what sounds singers have to master to perform present-day choral music.


Aled Jones

3/3. Fourth International Congress of Modern Architects - Marseille and Athens 1933
In July 1933, the architect Le Corbusier and 90 other delegates from around the world boarded a boat in Marseille for a trip to Athens, discussing ideas, for better or worse, for the city of the future. Frances Stonor Saunders looks at how our cities, as they continue to expand, will go on to influence the way we will live. Producer Kirsty Pope


Kirsty Pope

With Susan Sharpe. Mozart Regina Coeli , K276;Ave Verum Corpus, K618; Mass in C minor, K427 2.03 Brahms Viola
Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 12.25 Stravinsky Three Pieces for clarinet 2.30 Poulenc Concert ChampĂȘtre 2.56 Mahler Symphony No 5 4.04 Hummel Rondo in B minor, Op 109
4.13 Haydn Divertimento in C, H IV 14.22 Lindberg Midsummer Night 4.25 Mendelssohn Scherzo (A
Midsummer Night's Dream) 4.30 Litolff Scherzo, Op 102
4.38 Hue Phantasy 4.46 Handel Saro Qual Vento
(Alessandro) 4.50 Telemann Concerto in B flat for three oboes 5.00 Matteis Passages in Imitation of the Trumpet Anon Five Marches (John Playford 's New Tunes) 5.10 Handel Terpsichore (excerpts) 5.21 Van Noordt Fantasia 5 in C
5.27 Tallis Spem in Alium 5.35 Walton Two pieces forstrings (Henry V) 5.40 Bartok Piano Concerto No 3 6.06 Waqner Overture: Rienzi 6.20 Verdi Per Me Giunto (Don Carlos )
6.30 Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 2 in C minor, Op 66


Susan Sharpe.
Mozart Regina Coeli
Hummel Rondo
John Playford
Handel Terpsichore
Tallis Spem
Don Carlos

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