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20030529

Lucie Skeaping, in conversation with Colin Lawson, investigates the development of the clarinet, from its folk origins through its introduction into art music at the beginning of the 18th century by Johann Denner, to the development into the orchestral instrument we know today.

20030612

Lucie Skeaping presents a recital by the fortepianist Ronald Brautigam given last week at the English Haydn Festival in Bridgenorth in which he plays sonatas by Haydn and Cramer.

20030626

Dunstable: Lucie Skeaping explores the music of composer John Dunstable on the 550th anniversary of his birth.

20030703

Lucie Skeaping talks to Jordi Savall about his work with Hesperion XX, La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Le Concert des Nations, exploring music from the medieval period to the nineteenth century.

20030731

"The Ferrabosco Family The musical world has often produced remarkable extended families of composers and performers, the Bach family being a good example, but today Lucie Skeaping looks back on the lives and music of another influential and talented musical dynasty, the Ferraboscos who became a prodigious and influential force in 16th and 17th century Europe.

20030814

Merchants In Venice Lucie Skeaping introduces a programme of dances and dinner music that would have entertained the lords and merchants of Venice more than three centuries ago.

The music is performed by Florilegium and was recorded at the Snape Proms last week.

20030821

The Early Piano Concerto Lucie Skeaping introduces a concert recorded at this year's Kings Lynn Festival by the pianist David Owen Norris and Sonnerie featuring the first ever concertos for piano, including music by JC Bach, Abel, Philip Hayes and Mozart.

20030904

Gesualdo Lucie Skeaping takes a look at the intriguing life and music of the notorious 16th Century Italian musician and murderer, Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa.

Delving deep into the psyche of this astonishing eccentric who was only re-discovered in the 1920's but influenced composers as diverse as Peter Warlock and Igor Stravinsky.

With examples of some of Gesualdo's best madrigals, motets and Tenebre Responses.

20030911

Heinrich Biber's virtuosity as a violinist overshadowed his acheivements as an innovative composer of sacred as well as secular works.

Lucie Skeaping explores his colourful music, and his progress through the courts of central Europe to his final position in Salzburg.

Music includes the beautiful Passacaglia, and movements from the magnificent 53-part Missa Salisburgensis.

Midsummer Madness20030619

Lucie Skeaping explores scenes of lunacy and madness in music of the Baroque and Renaissance.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 02 January 199619960102

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 09 January 1996

Previous in series: 26 December 1995

Broadcast history

02 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-06

Programme Catalogue - Details: 06 February 199619960206

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 13 February 1996

Previous in series: 30 January 1996

Broadcast history

06 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-17.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 09 January 199619960109

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 16 January 1996

Previous in series: 02 January 1996

Broadcast history

09 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-06

Programme Catalogue - Details: 12 September 199519950912

Producer: N.

ROWLINSON

Next in series: PALLADIN ENSEMBLE

Previous in series: BEVERLEY EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL

Broadcast history

12 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-07-12

Programme Catalogue - Details: 13 February 199619960213

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 20 February 1996

Previous in series: 06 February 1996

Broadcast history

13 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-24

Programme Catalogue - Details: 16 January 199619960116

Producer: M.

ROWLINSON

Next in series: 23 January 1996

Previous in series: 09 January 1996

Broadcast history

16 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-07

Programme Catalogue - Details: 20 February 199619960220

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 27 February 1996

Previous in series: 13 February 1996

Broadcast history

20 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 23 January 199619960123

Producer: M.

ROWLINSON

Next in series: 30 January 1996

Previous in series: 16 January 1996

Broadcast history

23 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-12-11

Programme Catalogue - Details: 27 February 199619960227

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 04 April 1996

Previous in series: 20 February 1996

Broadcast history

27 Feb 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-02-07

Programme Catalogue - Details: 30 January 199619960130

Producer: L.

KEMP

Next in series: 06 February 1996

Previous in series: 23 January 1996

Broadcast history

30 Jan 1996 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1996-01-10

Programme Catalogue - Details: Palladin Ensemble19950919

Producer: M ROWLINSON

Next in series: THE MANTLE OF ORPHEUS

Previous in series: 12 September 1995

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

20 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-07-13

Programme Catalogue - Details: Palladin Ensemble19950920

First broadcast on 1995-09-19

Producer: M ROWLINSON

Next in series: THE MANTLE OF ORPHEUS

Previous in series: 12 September 1995

Broadcast history

19 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

20 Sep 1995 12:00-13:00 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-07-13

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Mantle Of Orpheus19950926

Producer: M.

ROWLINSON

Next in series: VIOLA D'AMORE

Previous in series: PALLADIN ENSEMBLE

Broadcast history

26 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

27 Sep 1995 12:00-12:55 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-07-16

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Mantle Of Orpheus19950927

First broadcast on 1995-09-26

Producer: M.

ROWLINSON

Next in series: VIOLA D'AMORE

Previous in series: PALLADIN ENSEMBLE

Broadcast history

26 Sep 1995 23:30-00:30 (RADIO 3)

27 Sep 1995 12:00-12:55 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1995-07-16

The Masque20030605

Lucie Skeaping investigates how this unique combination of theatre, dance and music developed from its lowly origins in the Mummer's play to the mammoth spectacles at Whitehall in Jacobean times, and the sophisticated Restoration works of Dryden and Purcell.