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Wednesday

with Susan Sharpe

Thursday 9 June 2005 0:00-7:00 (Radio 3)

Pieces by Beethoven, including Symphony No 2 in D, Op 36. Presented by Susan Sharpe.

Duration:

7 hours

Playlist

Symphony no.2 in D, Op.36
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Introduced by Roger Norrington

The Consecration of the House, Op.124 & Op.113
Arleen Auger, Sylvia McNair, Franz Crass, Klaus Hirte; Berlin Radio Choir, RIAS Chamber Choir, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernhard Klee & Claudio Abbado

Tarpeja: Introduction, WoO.2b
Gothenburg SO, Neeme Jarvi

Tarpeja: March, WoO.2a; Germania, WoO.94
Gerald Finley, BBC Singers & Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis

Themes with Variations, Op.107 (conclusion)
Patrick Gallois (flute), Cecile Licad (piano)

Es ist Vollbracht, WoO.97
Gerald Finley, BBC Singers & Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Davis

Variations on a Russian Dance from Wranitzky's 'Das Waldmadchen', WoO.71
Alfred Brendel

Piano Sonata in E minor, Op.90
Charles Rosen

String Quintet in E flat, Op.4
Suk Quartet, Jan Stros (viola)

March, WoO.29; March, WoO.18; March, WoO.19; March & Trio, WoO.20;
Polonaise, WoO.21; Ecossaise, WoO.22; March, WoO.24
Berlin Philharmonic Wind Ensemble

Canons, WoO.191 & WoO.194
Berlin Soloists

Piano Sonata in F, Op.54
Tatiana Nikolaeva

String Quartet in F, Op.18/1
Smetana Quartet

Piano Concerto in D, Op.61a (arr. of violin concerto)
Peter Serkin, New Philharmonia, Seiji Ozawa

interspersed throughout this period:
Folksongs, WoO.157 sung by
Janice Watson, Timothy Robinson, Thomas Allen, Janice Watson, Ruby Philogene, Anne Murray, Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman and John Mark Ainsley




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