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26/8/2011 Edinburgh Festival

Petroc Trelawny presents In Tune from the 2011 Edinburgh Festival. With Alberto Zedda, Tim Supple and music from the cast of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.

Petroc Trelawny visits Edinburgh again and previews the penultimate weekend and the final week of the Festival.

On the programme, the director of One Thousand and One Nights Tim Supple joins Petroc live in the studio to discuss the European premiere of this production, which is performed in Arabic, English and French at the Edinburgh International Festival this year.

The Vlaamse Opera perform Rossini's Semiramide this week at the festival, conductor Alberto Zedda joins the programme live to discuss the production.

Acclaimed choreographer Jorma Elo talks about the world premiere of Kings 2 Ends with the Scottish Ballet, with music by Mozart and Steve Reich.

And Kath Mainland, Chief Executive of the Festival Fringe Society joins Petroc for a live interview.

With live music from the Kopelman Quartet, The Legendary Music of Rajasthan and the cast of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.

News headlines at 5.00pm and 6.00pm.

2 hours

Music Played

  • LIVE

    • Trad. Rajasthani

      Bhanwari Devi (vocal)

      Performer: Bhopa-Bhopi/Phad tradition) Performer: Krishna Kumar (harmonium) Performer: Indra Chand (dholak)

    • Trad. Rajasthani

      Bhanwari Devi (vocal)

      Performer: Krishna Kumar (harmonium) Performer: Indra Chand (dholak)

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Brandenburg Concerto no.1 in F major (1st movement)

    Performer: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

    • VIRGIN CLASSICS VCD 7 90747-2.
  • Franz Schubert

    Scherzo (Presto) with trio (Più lento) from Symphony no.6 in D major

    Performer: Bamberg Symphony Orchestra Performer: Jonathan Nott (conductor)

    • TUDOR 1610.
  • François Couperin

    Dialogue sur les Trompettes from Messe des Paroisses (Mass for the Parishes)

    Performer: André Isoir (organ of Saint-Germain des Prés, Paris)

    • APPROCHE CAL.6907.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Finale: Presto from Concerto for violin & orchestra no.1 in B flat

    Performer: Gidon Kremer (violin) Performer: Vienna Philharmonic Performer: Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor)

  • LIVE

    • Sergei Prokofiev

      String quartet no.2 in F – first movement: Allegro Sostenuto

      Performer: Kopelman Quartet: Mikhail Kopelman (violin) Performer: Boris Kuschnir (violin) Performer: Igor Sulyga (viola) Performer: Mikhail Milman (cello)

    • Dmitry Shostakovich

      Polka for string quartet

      Performer: Kopelman Quartet: Mikhail Kopelman (violin) Performer: Boris Kuschnir (violin) Performer: Igor Sulyga (viola) Performer: Mikhail Milman (cello)

  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Rondo from Concerto for piano no.2 Op.19

    Performer: Murray Perahia (piano) Performer: Concertgebouw Orchestra Performer: Bernard Haitink (conductor)

    • CBS M3K 44575.
  • Erik Satie

    Gnossienne no.3

    Performer: Alexandre Tharaud (piano)

    • HARMONIA MUNDI HMC 902017.18.
  • Gioachino Rossini

    Madre addio (Semiramide, Act 2)

    Performer: Iano Tamar (soprano) Performer: Gloria Scalchi (mezzo-soprano) Performer: Orchestra of the Teatro Comunale, Bologna Performer: Conducted by Alberto Zedda Performer: Recorded live at the Pesaro Festival in 1992

    • RICORDI RFCD 2018.
  • Gioachino Rossini

    Que Numi furenti (Semiramide, Act 2)

    Performer: Michele Pertusi (bass) Performer: Prague Philharmonic Chorus Performer: Orchestra of the Teatro Comunale, Bologna Performer: Conducted by Alberto Zedda Performer: Recorded live at the Pesaro Festival in 1992

    • RICORDI RFCD 2018.
  • LIVE

    • Stephen Sondheim

      Move On from Sunday in the Park with George

      Performer: Robert Dalton (George) Performer: Ruthie Luff (Dot) Performer: Alan Bukowiecki (keyboard – Musical Director)

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