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BBC Radio 3

Domus

Mozart Piano Quartet in E flat (K 493)
Judith Weir A Serbian
Cabaret (R)
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

April in Paris
David Hoult presents a seasonal cafe-concert. Producer Paul Hindmarsh BBC Manchester
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Anthony Burton explores the versatility of Richard Rodney Bennett , Joshua Rifkin and Benny Goodman , whose combined talents range from medieval chansons to modern cabaret. Producer Nick Morgan
BBC Radio 3

The Jazz Image

Jazz in performance live from Ruby's Cabaret in downtown
Minneapolis with Leigh Kamman.
BBC Radio 3

Domus

Mendelssohn Piano
Quartet No 3, Op 3
Weir Serbian Cabaret
10.35 Interval Reading
10.40 Brahms Piano
Quartet No 2, Op 26 (R)
BBC Radio 3

Richard Rodney Bennett

Jazz singer
Maureen McGovern joins Bennett in cabaret for a Gershwin celebration.
BBC Radio 3

Richard Rodney Bennett

In cabaret from the Pizza on the Park, Bennett interprets the work of Harold Arlen , with guests The King's Singers. Series producer Neil Cargill
BBC Radio 3

From Guitry to Godard

In the first of six programmes,
Richard Mayne looks at 60 years of French film song. Looking to the Past
Traditional, cabaret and music-hall songs recreated in films by Edith Piaf , Jean Lumiere , Yvonne Printemps , Marlene Dietrich ,
Maurice Chevalier , Georges Milton , Frehel and Danielle Darrieux.
Records. Producer John Thornley
BBC Radio 3

Richard Rodney Bennett

In cabaret at the Pizza on the Park in London,
Richard Rodney Bennett interprets both standard and rare compositions by Duke Ellington, with saxophonist John Harle.
BBC Radio 3

Anne Sofie von Otter

(mezzo-soprano)
Bengt Forsberg (piano) Wilhelm Peterson
Berger Met ar som vantans tider, Som stjarnorna pa himmelen Sigurd von Koch
Varnattsregnet, De vilda svanarna
Hugo Alfven
Jag mins;
Pioner Wilhelm Stenhammar
Adagio; Fylgia; Flickan kom ifran sin alsklings mote
Harald Fryklof Varfor ar sa flyktig varen; I drommar traden sta
Ture Rangstrom
Skoldmon; Pan; Vingar i natten
Wolf Verborgenheit , Um Mittemacht, Aufeiner Wanderung ; Lebe Wohl ; Mausfallenspruchlein; Storchenbotschaft
Britten Cabaret Songs
(Given yesterday at the Wigmore Hall. London, in association with Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken, London)
BBC Radio 3

East Meets West

Joachim Overture: Henry IV, Op 7 (first UK broadcast)
London PO/Leon Botstein
9.50 Szymanowski Two Studies from Op 4 Metopes, Op 29
Martin Roscoe (piano)
10.13 Bartok Kossuth Budapest SO Gyorgy Lehel
10.34 Judith Weir A
Serbian Cabaret: Domus
10.51 Foerster
Viola (Suite: From
Shakespeare, Op 76) Prague SO/
Vaclav Smetacek
10.57 Bartok
Rhapsody, Op 1
Peter Donohoe (piano)
11.17 Joachim Overture
Hamlet, Op 4
(first UK broadcast)
London PO/Leon Botstein
11.32 Szymanowski
Four Mazurkas from Op 50 Martin Roscoe (piano)
BBC Radio 3

Jessye Norman

(soprano)
James Levine (piano) Strauss All'mein
Gedanken, Op 21 No 1; Nachtgang, Op 29 No 3; Du meines
Herzens Kronelein , Op 21 No 2; Allerseelen, Op 10 No 8; Standchen, Op 1 7 No 2 Wagner Wesendonck-Lieder
Tchaikovsky Aurore; Déception; Serenade;
Rondel (Six French Songs, Op 65)
Schoenberg Six Cabaret Songs: Galatltea; Gigerlette; Der Genugsame llebhaber; Einfaltiges Lied; Mahnung; Sett ich so viele Weiber sah
BBC Radio 3

Songs from the Franco-German Border

The second of two programmes with Beate Früh. Alsace , Our Little Country Folk revival and folk cabaret from Roger Siffer , Rene Egles and "La
Manivelle": the Peasants' Rebellion, the sound of the traditional zither, the "epinette des Vosges", and songs (plus a recipe) from Strasbourg.
Producer John Thornley
BBC Radio 3

Elisabeth Soderstrom

The Swedish soprano presents a personal selection of late-night songs recorded in cabaret at this year's Edinburgh International Festival. With Lars Roos (piano) (In association with BAA Edinburgh)
BBC Radio 3

The Gypsy Genius

Django Reinhardt , the son of a gypsy entertainer, was bom in Belgium in 1910. In the first of six programmes on the legendary guitarist,
Max Harrison looks at his early years in Paris, where he worked in dance halls and cabaret, survived a fire, and began to take an interest in jazz.
BBC Radio 3

Bristol Lunchtime Concert

NEW The first concert of the 1992/3 season, live from
St George 's, Brandon Hill. Janis Kelly (soprano) Derek Lee Ragin (countertenor)
Julius Drake (piano)
Maude Valerie White
Crabbed Age and Youth Vaughan Williams A Clear Midnight Frank Bridge
The Last Invocation
Ivor Gurney Sleep
Vaughan Williams
The Roadside Fire (Songs of Travel)
The Call (Mystical Songs) Herbert Howells
King David Britten
Calypso (Cabaret Songs) Dominick Argento
Rome (From the Diary of Virginia Woolf) John Cage
The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs Gershwin Lorelei
Mendelssohn kh wollt' meine Lieb ergosse sich
(Op 63 No 1): Wiekannkh froh und lustig sein? (Volkslieder Duets);
Herbstlied (Op 63 No 4)
BBC Radio 3

Bright as Fire

In the fourth of eight programmes, composer and pianist
Mike Westbrook tells Geoffrey Smith about the work of his Brass Band in the later seventies. The band's concerts combined written pieces, improvisations and songs, which developed into form of jazz cabaret and culminated in Mama Chicago.
BBC Radio 3

Bright as Fire

In the fourth of eight programmes, composer and pianist
Mike Westbrook tells Geoffrey Smith about the work of his Brass Band in the later seventies.
The band's concerts combined written pieces, improvisations and songs, which developed into a form of jazz cabaret and culminated in Mama Chicago.
Producer Derek Drescher
BBC Radio 3

Night Waves

Christopher Cook with arts discussion and reviews, including a look at a new revival of Kander and Ebb's hit musical Cabaret which opens tonight.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
BBC Radio 3

Songs from the Franco-German Border

Two programmes with Beate Fruh.
2: "Alsace, our little country" Folk-revival and folk-cabaret from Roger Siffer ,
Rene Egles and "La Mainvelle": the Peasants' Rebellion, the sound of the traditional zither, the "epinette des
Vosges", and songs (and a recipe) from Strasbourg.






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