Frecuencias

Resumen Ultimas Escuchas

Resumen de la Ultimas Escuchas realizadas en Onda Media y Onda Corta.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday on Channel 292 – starts with the Pizzicati by Delibes from his ballet Sylvia. After that we’ll have a clarinet and piano sonata from Jean Françaix, Rondes de Printemps by Debussy, and a couple of sacred motets composed by Anton Bruckner.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday on Channel 292 – starts with a version of See, Amid the Winter’s Snow sung by Kate Rusby, a sonata for two violins from Mieczyslaw Weinberg, and part of Symphony No. 4 by Tchaikovsky.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday on Channel 292 – starts with a gavotte from Rameau, some carnival music from the opera Notre Dame by Fanz Schmidt, a Telemann quartet, and some contemporary music from the prolific British composer Charlotte Bray.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday by Channel 292 – starts with a few choice extracts from Mendelssohn’s Elijah After that – The Chairman Dances by John Admas, and Tavel Notes 2 by the film composer Richard Rodney Bennett.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday by Channel 292 – starts with Energy Flow by the Japanese contemporary composer Sakamoto. Then we have two of the less often played pieces from Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday by Channel 292 – starts with a brass quintet by Malcolm Arnold, followed by some Palestrina, a couple of traditional Armenian tunes, and the Introduction and Allegro by Ravel.

Radio Tumbril – Programación Encore

This week’s Programme – First broadcast this coming Saturday by Channel 292 – begins with the Prayer of St. Gregory by Hovnaness, The Academic Overture by Brahms, Friedrich Hermann’s Suite for Three Violins, and The Round Dance by Alban Berg.