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BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Jeremy Nicholas presents a musical mystery voice competition and prizes for the bank holiday. Including Hayman Pops Hoe-Down
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conductor Erich Kunzel
6.05 Beethoven Variations on an Original Theme, WoO 77 Alfred Brendel (piano)
6.15 Mascagni Regina Coeli Laetare (Cavalleria Rusticana) Bruna Rasa (soprano),
Giulietta Simionato (mezzo),
La Scala Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by the Composer
6.30 Punto Horn Concerto No 11 in E
Barry Tuckwell , Academy of St Martin in the Reids, conductor Neville Marriner
Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

The Shellac Show

In the fourth of six programmes spinning 78rpm records, Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Elisabeth Schumann singing Bdhm's Still wie die Nacht and Fritz Kreisler 's piano performance of his own Liebesleid with his cellist brother Hugo. Next programme tomorrow 9.50pm
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Jeremy Nicholas presents a programme of music played at the very first
Promenade concert on 10 August 1895 at the Queen's Hall, London. Including Wagner Overture: Rienzi
Saint-Saens Softly Awakes My Heart Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 in D minor
6.05 Bizet Carmen (selection)
6.30 Godfrey Variations on "Lucy Long" Producer Andrew Mussett
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including Wallace Overture: Maritana
RTE Concert Orchestra, conductor Proinnsias O'Duinn
5.40 Mozart Horn Quintet in E flat,
K407
David Pyatt (horn), Kenneth Sillito
(violin), Robert Smissen and Stephen Tees (violas), Stephen Orton (cello)
6.05 CPE Bach Symphony in E minor, Wql78
CPE Bach Concert Orchestra, conductor Hartmut Haenchen
6.30 Arensky Piano Trio in D minor, Op 32
Jascha Heifetz (violin),
Gregor Piatigorsky (cello), Leonard Pennario (piano) Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including Curzon March of the Bowmen
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
6.05 Beethoven Variations and Fugue on an Original Theme, Op 35 (Eroica)
Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
6.45 Tchaikovsky The Voyevoda
Dallas SO, conductor Andrew Litton Producer Andrew Mussett
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including Theodore Dubois Toccata
Margaret Philips (organ)
5.40 Telemann Viola Concerto in G
Ladislav Kyselak , Capella Istrapolitana , conductor Richard Edlinger Producer Nick Morgan
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including Dorati Overture on Themes by Offenbach
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conductor Erich Kunzel
5.30 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 in C sharp minor
Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano) Producer Patrick Lambert
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas. His guest after 7.00 is Joshua Rifkin , who talks about his interpretations of Scott Joplin 's rags. Including
Alfven Swedish Festive Music
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, conductor Andrew Davis
6.30 Uszt Hexameron
Eugene List (piano). Westphalian Symphony Orchestra, conductor Siegfried Landau
The programme also begins a survey of Beethoven variations.
Beethoven Nine Variations on a March by Dressier, WoO 63 Rudolf Buchbinder (piano) Producer Ray Abbott
E-MAIL: intune@bh.bbc.co.uk
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

The Shellac Show

Jeremy Nicholas returns with the popular series celebrating the age of 78rpm records. In the first of sixprogrammes, he introduces listeners' requests for Rimsky-Korsakov's
Overture: Ivan the Terrible conducted by Constant Lambert, and the Theme and Variations from Beethoven's
Funeral Sonata played by pianist Frederic Lamond.
Producer Andrew Mussett
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including CPE Bach Magnificat Anima Mea Dominum (Magnificat)
Hamburg Radio Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Adolf Detel
5.40 Dunhill Cornucopia (A Sheaf of Miniatures) Michael Thompson (horn), Philip Fowke (piano)
6.05 Corelli, arr Barbirolli Oboe Concerto
Evelyn Rothwell , Halle Orchestra , conductor John Barbirolli Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

With Jeremy Nicholas , including Herbert American Fantasy Cincinatti Pops Orchestra, conductor Erich Kunzel
6.05 Beethoven Ten National Airs with Variations, Op 107 Wolfgang Schulz (flute),
Rudolf Buchbinder (piano)
6.30 Ferdinand David , arr Hurdley/ Condon Trombone Concertino
Brett Baker , Williams Fairey Band, conductor Bryan Hurdley
7.30 Mozart Vorrei Spiegarvi , oh Dio! K418
Edita Gruberova (soprano),
Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager Producer Ray Abbott
BBC Radio 3

The Shellac Show

Jeremy Nicholas introduces music from the age of 78rpm records, including listeners' requests: works by Brahms, Auber and Jean Francaix , and performances by Olga Haley. Paderewski and Alexander Kipnis.
BBC Radio 3

In Tune

Jeremy Nicholas introduces a report on the Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards.
Borodin Overture: Prince Igor Kirov Orchestra , conductor Valery Gergiev
6.05 Strauss, arr Helfetz An Einsamer Quelle, Op 9 No 2 Jascha Heifetz (violin), Arpad Sandor (piano)
6.25 Sgambati Piano Concerto
Jorge Bolet , Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ainslee Cox Producer Andrew Mussett
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

The Shellac Show

To conclude the series of music from the age of 78rpm records, Jeremy Nicholas introduces listeners' requests for Lili Kraus playing Bartok and Alfred Deller singing Dowland.
BBC Radio 3

Morning Performance

Fanfare with Brass and Voices Graeme Kay introduces a selection of works which spring either by inspiration or by their function from roots in Church. Rachmaninov Magnificat (Vespers)
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, conductor Simon Halsey
Tavener As One Who Slept Harvey Come Holy Ghost
Hoist Singers, conductor Stephen Layton Wilfred Heaton Five Little Pieces
Williams Fairey Band, conductor Sian Edwards
Ray Steadman-Allen The Eternal Quest
Brett Baker (trombone), Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
Durufle Four Motets
Bath Camerata, conductor Nigel Perrin Tavener The Lamb; God Is with Us
Stephen Chariesworth (baritone), City of Birmingham Chorus, Carlton Etherington (organ), conductor Simon Halsey Wilby Atlantic
Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
Dupre La France au Calvaire (excerpt) Vasari Singers, Jeremy Filsell (organ), conductor Jeremy Backhouse
Boellman, arr Eric Ball Suite Gothique (finale) Black Dyke Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
BBC Radio 3

Composer of the Week: ParisianOrganists of the 20th Century

With Donald Macleod.
3: Playing to the Gallery
When Marcel Dupre succeeded Widor at the church of Saint-Sulpice the weight of history sat squarely on his shoulders. Dupre Motet: Ave Maria (1917)
Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok
Dupre Verset pour le Magnificat, Op 18 Suzanne Chaisemartin (organ) Widor Motet: Da Pacem
Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok
Dupre Evocation (final)
Suzanne Chaisemartin (organ)
Alain Variations on a theme of Clement
Janequin Thomas Trotter (organ) Alain Litanies
Christian von Blohn (organ) Dupre Les Nympheas , Op 54 (excerpts) Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Dupre Eight Georgian Preludes, Op 45 Jeremy Filsell (organ)
BBC Radio 3

Saturday Review

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann. Record Review
Building a Library:
Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel by John Steane.
Nicholas Anderson reviews baroque releases from
Gardiner, Koopman, Pinnock and others.
10.40* Record Release
Telemann Overture No 1 in B flat (Tafelmusik part 3) MONICA HUGGETT (violin) ALISON BURY (violin) KU EBBINGE (oboe)
MICHEL HENRY (oboe)
AMSTERDAM BAROQUE ORCHESTRAl
TON KOOPMAN
11.04* Jean-Joseph de
Mondonville Venite exultemus GILLIAN FISHER (soprano) CHARLES DANIELS (tenor) STEPHEN VARCOE (bass)
CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE. OXFORD
LONDON BAROQUE/
EDWARD HIGGINBOTTOM
11.30* Corelli Concerto Grosso in G minor, Op 6 No 8 (Christmas Concerto)
ENGLISH CONCERT directed by TREVOR PINNOCK (harpsichord)
11.45* Schiitz Freue dich des Weibes deiner Jugend (swv 453); Auf dem Gebirge hat man ein Geschrei gehoret (swv 396) FRIEDER LANG (tenor)
ASHLEY STAFFORD (counter-tenor) MICHAEL CHANCE (counter-tenor)
MONTEVERDI CHOIR
ENGLISH BAROQUE SOLOISTS
HIS MAJESTIES SAGBUTTS AND
CORNETTS/JOHN ELIOT GARDINER
11.56* C.P.E Bach Sonatina in D (Wq 109)
MARTIN HASELB ÖCK (harpsichord) INGOMAR RAINER (harpsichord) VIENNA ACADEMY
12.12* Nicholas Kenyon talks to Nikolaus Hamoncourt about his attitudes to playing and recording the classical repertoire.
12.28* Haydn Symphony No 101 (Clock)
AMSTERDAM CONCERTGEBOUW
ORCHESTRA/NIKOLAUS HARNONCOURT Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Review' is repeatedon Wednesday at 2. 00pm)
BBC Radio 3

Sacred and Profane

With Fiona Talkington. Considering the confusion of Babel and the harmony of Pentecost.
Eisler An den Kleinen Radioapparat Roswitha Trexler (soprano), Jutta Czapski (piano)
7.04 Corsican chant Veni Creator
Spiritus Ensemble Organum, director Marcel Peres
7.10 Kim Helweg Variations on Chick Corea 's "La Resta", Op 6 Thorson and Thurber (pianos)
7.29 Ellington Creole Love Call Comedy Harmonists, Emil Gerhardt (piano)
7.33 Schutz An den Wassern zu Babel
Oxford Camerata,
Laurence Cummings (organ), conductor Jeremy Summerly
7.40 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 34: 0 Ewiges Feuer , 0 Ursprung der Liebe
Anna Reynolds (alto), Peter Schreier (tenor), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (bass), Munich Bach Choir and Orchestra, director Karl Richter
8.00 By the Waters of Babylon
The story of exile is familiar to many in London. In the first of nine programmes, the Rev Alan Walker visits the Italian Roman Catholic community in Clerkenwell Road.
8.10 Eisler Die Romische Kantate
(Cantatas in Exile)
Roswitha Trexler (soprano),
Volker Metz (viola), Siegfried Arnold (cello), Klaus Stockel , Wolfgang Bilfinger ,
Helmut Hofmann and Heinz Christoph (clarinets), director Max Pommer
8.19 Soler Versos para "Te Deum" Nicholas Jackson (organ)
8.35 Sviridov Prayer: Sacred Love; A Verse of Repentance (Tsar Teodor loannovich) Hoist Singers, director Stephen Layton
8.46 Juan Bermudo Veni Creator
Spiritus Nicholas Jackson (organ)
8.48 Hoffman/Nelson/Goodhart/Ager Auf Wiederseh 'n, My Dear Comedy Harmonists, Emil Gerhardt (piano) Producer Antony Pitts
BBC Radio 3

Hear and Now

Sarah Walker introduces music from recent concerts in Birmingham and at the Aldeburgh Festival, including the first performances of Joseph
Phibb's Vox and Peter Paul Nash 's
Symphony No 2, plus Ghost Dances by Nicholas Maw and Arpège by Franco Donatoni. The performers are the City of Birmingham Youth Chorus and Birmingham Contemporary
Music Group conducted by Nicholas Kraemer , and Ensemble Corrente conducted by Stefan Asbury. Producer Jeremy Hayes
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
BBC Radio 3

Composers of the Week: ParisianOrganists of the 20th Century

With Donald Macleod.
3: Playing to the Gallery. A look at the life and works of Charles-Marie Widor and of Marcel Dupre , who succeeded him as organist at the church of Saint-Sulpice. Dupre Ave Maria (1917)
BBC Singers, Stephen Disley (organ), conductor Nicholas Kok
Verset pour le Magnificat (Versets sur les Vêpres de la Vierge, Op 18)
Suzanne Chaisemartin (organ)
Widor Da Pacem BBC Singers, Stephen Disley (organ), conductor Nicholas Kok Dupre Evocation (3rd mvt)
Suzanne Chaisemartin (organ)
Alain Variations on a Theme of Clement
Janequin Thomas Trotter (organ)
Litanies Christian von Blohn (organ)
Dupre Les Nymphéas, Op 54 (excerpts); Eight Gregorian Preludes, Op 45 Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight






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