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BBC Radio 3

Composer of the Week: ParisianOrganists of the 20th Century

With Donald Macleod.
2: Playing for Our Lady
With Louis Vierne 's health failing, the young Marcel Dupre was presented with an unmissable opportunity, the temporary position of titulaire at Notre Dame Cathedral.
Dupre Prelude and Fugue in B, Op 7 No 1 John Scott (organ)
Dupre Ave Maris Stella Antiphons (Vepres de Fetes du Commun de la Sainte-Vierge, Op 18) Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Dupre Scherzo , Op 16 Jeremy Filsell (organ) Dupre Motet : 0 Salutaris Hostia, Op 9 Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok
Dupre Le Monde dans I'Attente du
Sauveur(Symphonie-Passion, Op 16) Ulrich Meldau (organ)
Vierne Stèle pour un Enfant Defunt
(Tryptique, Op 58) Pierre Cochereau (organ) Vieme Symphony No 6 (Final) Ben van Oosten (organ)
BBC Radio 3

Composers of the Week: ParisianOrganists of the 20th Century

With Donald Macleod.
2: Playing for Our Lady. When
Louis Vierne 's health began to fail, the young
Marcel Dupre was offered the temporary position of titulaire at Notre Dame.
Dupre Prelude and Fugue, Op 7 No 1 John Scott (organ)
Ave Maris Stella Antiphons (Versets sur les Vepres de la Vierge, Op 18) Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Scherzo, Op 16 Jeremy Filsell (organ) 0 Salutaris Hostia, Op 9
Stephen Disley (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Kok
Le Monde dans I'Attente du Sauveur
(Symphonie-Passion, Op 16 No 1) Ulrich Meldau (organ)
Vierne stèle pour un Enfant Défunt (Tryptique, Op 58 No 3)
Pierre Cochereau (organ) Symphony No 6 (Final)
Ben van Oosten (organ) Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight
BBC Radio 3

Performance on 3

Huw Tregelles Williams introduces a performance of Bach's St John Passion. Nicholas Kraemer conducts the BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales in a performance given earlier this month in St David 's Hall, Cardiff.
Catherine Bott (soprano), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Jeremy Ovenden (tenor), Matthew Hargreaves (bass), Mark Stone and Nico van der Meel (tenors), BBC National
Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Nicholas Kraemer
Bach St John Passion, BWV245
BBC Radio 3

Le roi malgré lui

Chabrier's opera so fired the enthusiasm of Maurice Ravel that he said: "I would rather have written Le roi malgré lui than The Ring." This performance is broadcast live from the Grand Theatre, Leeds, the first British staging by Opera North. Jeremy Sams and Michael Wilcox have provided a new English version for this production, which Jeremy Sams has also directed.
Chorus of Opera North English Northern
Philharmonia/Paul Daniel.
8.10 The James Naughtie Interview
James Naughtie talks with Jeremy Sams , director and translator of this production.
8.25 Part 2
9.15 New Light on Chabrier Gerald Larner and Roy Howat talk to
edward Blakeman about aspects of the composer revealed in his newly-published letters.
9.30 Part 3
Concert sponsored by Manchester Airport
BBC Radio 3

Music in Our Time

ROHAN DE SARAM (Cello) LONDON SINFONIETTA conducted by LIONEL FRIEND Jeremy Dale Roberts Cello Concerto (first performance), With CHRISTOPHER VAN KAMPEN
Nicholas Maw Serenade (first performance of revised version)
BBC Radio 3

Prom Talk

This week: Scandinavia at the Proms: a conversation with SIR
ALEXANDER GIB
SON, and a preview by ROBERT LAYTON Of Sibelius's rarely heard KuUervo Symphony.
NICHOLAS MAW introduces the first of this year's BBC Prom Commissions, his La Vita Nuova. Presented by Jeremy Siepmann
Producer PIERS BURTON-PACE
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Jeremy Siepmann introduces the programme of music for the early evening. Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
Executive producer GORDON STEWART
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Jeremy Siepmann Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Siepmann Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

Presented by Jeremy Slepmann Producer NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

Mainly forPleasure

A programme of music for the early evening presented by Jeremy Siepmann Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

News

5-0 Stereo
Mainly for Pleasure Presented by Jeremy Siepmann Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

Mainly for Pleasure

with Jeremy Sicpmann
Ending with Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 4. Producer
NICHOLAS ANDERSON
BBC Radio 3

Prom Talk

A conversation with KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI ; ' Seated one day at the organ': an introduction to the Royal Albert Hall organ with SIMON PRESTON ; NICHOLAS ANDERSON On
Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie.
Presenter
Jeremy Slepmann
Producer ANDREW LYLE
BBC Radio 3

Redclifle Concert

BBC SINGERS, REDCLIFFE ENSEMBLE conducted by JOHN POOLE Frank Bridge Autumn;
A Litany (Drop, Drop, Slow Tears); O Weary Hearts
Martinu The Prophecy of Isaiah PAMELA PRIESTLEY SMITH (soprano)
JULIET TRESTINI (mezzo-soprano) JONATHAN ROBARTS (baritone)
Anthony Milner The Harrowing of Hell
ANDREW MURGATROYD (tenor) JEREMY WHITE (baritone)
Martinu Three Sacred Songs NICHOLAS WARD (violin)
Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor
(Presented last October in St John Smith Square, London, by Redcliffe
Concerts in association with the BBC)
BBC Radio 3

Saturday Review

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
David Fallows reviews new Medieval music releases, including discs by Esther Lamandier and Martin Best .
George Pratt on vocal music by Purcell, Blow and Handel and instrumental works by Bach. Peter Cropper, leader of the Lindsay Quartet , talks to
Stephen Johnson about their disc of Tippett's Fourth
Quartet, which is among the records of British music reviewed by Michael Kennedy
10.45* Record Release
Tippett String Quartet No 4 LINDSAY QUARTET
11.10* John Blow Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell JAMES BOWMAN and MICHAEL CHANCE (counter-tenors) KING'S CONSORT/ROBERT KING
11.35* C.P.E. Bach Concerto in A (Wq 29): AMSTERDAM
BAROQUE ORCHESTRA, directed by TON KOOPMAN (harpsichord)
11.55* Machaut Lay: J'aim la flour de valour
ESTHER LAMANDIER (voice/harp) Richart de Foumival Onques n'amai tant que jou fui amee (vocal and instrumental versions)
SINFONYE/STEVIE WISHART
Handel Va tacito (Julius Caesar )
DREW MINTER (counter-tenor)
PHILHARMONlA BAROQUE ORCHESTRA! NICHOLAS MCGEGAN
12.30* Walton Viola Concerto
NIGEL KENNEDY , RPOiANDRE PREVIN Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
('Record Review ' is re-broadcast on
BBC Radio 3

Saturday Review

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
Building a Library:
Mozart's four Horn Concertos by Nicholas Kenyon.
Geoffrey Norris reviews discs of Russian music.
10.40* Record Release
Glazunov Fantasy: The Sea USSR RSO GENNADI PROVATOROV
10.56* Kabalevsky Cello Concerto No 2
RAPHAEL WALLFISCH
LPO BRYDEN THOMSON
11.55* Shostakovich Symphony No 8
USSR MINISTRY OF CULTURE SO/
GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
BBC Radio 3

Saturday Review

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
Building a Library:
Handel's Organ Concertos Op 4 and Op 7, by Nicholas Anderson.
Robert Philip reviews music by Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert, recorded on period instruments.
10.40*am Record Release including Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 1 in c STEVEN LUBIN (fortepiano) ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC/ CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
11.15* Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata) MELVYN TAN (fortepiano)
11.59* Schubert Symphony No 9 in C: ORCHESTRA OF THE AGE OF ENUGHTENMENT/MACKERRAS Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
('Record Review' is re-broadcast on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
BBC Radio 3

Saturday Review

Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
Building a Library: Bach's
Sonatas and Partitas for violin by Nicholas Kenyon.
Bryce Morrison reviews new piano discs, including Brendel and Tan in Schubert and Parkin in Poulenc.
10.40* Record Release
Liszt Polonaise melancolique LESLIE HOWARD (piano)
10.52* Poulenc Napoli ERIC PARKIN (piano)
11.03* Delage/Honegger/ Poulenc/Tansman/lbert/* Beck/Hoeree/Milhaud
Hommage a Albert Roussel
MARGARET FINGERHUT (piano) with MARGARET CABLE (mezzo-soprano) WILLIAM BENNETT (flute)
11.20* Bizet Symphony in c ORPHEUS CO
11.53* Faure Piano Trio in D minor, Op 120
JEAN-JACQUES KANTOROW (violin) PHILIPPE MULLER (cello)
JACQUES BOUVIER (piano)
12.16* Schubert Sonata in D (D850)
ALFRED BRENDEL (piano)
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Review ' repeated on Wednesday at 2. 00pm)
BBC Radio 3

Tavener and Faure

JEREMY BUDD (treble)
SIMON GAY (counter-tenor) STEPHEN VARCOE (baritone) WESTMINSTER SINGERS
CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA conducted by RICHARD HICKOX
Ikon of St Seraphim
The London premiere of John Tavener 's dramatic setting of a text by Mother Thekla. performed in Nicholas Hawksmoor 's Christ Church, Spitalfields.
The life and mystical visions of St Seraphim , who left his monastery at Sarov, near Kiev, in 1794 for the life of a hermit.
He returned there towards the end of his life, offering pilgrims spiritual guidance and in some cases performing miracles.
0 See David Gillard , page 79
10.15 Faure Requiem (Given on 7 June as part of the Spitalfields Festival, in association with the Spitalfields Development Group)






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