The Archers
The Archers
Jan 21, 2021
Play • 13 min
Writers, Liz John and Adrian Flynn
Director, Gwenda Hughes
Editor, Jeremy Howe

Ruth Archer ….. Felicity Finch
David Archer ….. Timothy Bentinck
Pip Archer ….. Daisy Badger
Helen Archer ….. Louiza Patikas
Brian Aldridge ….. Charles Collingwood
Rex Fairbrother ….. Nick Barber
Shula Hebden-Lloyd ….. Judy Bennett
Alistair Lloyd ….. Michael Lumsden
Kirsty Miller ….. Annabelle Dowler
Philip Moss ….. Andy Hockley
Elizabeth Pargetter ….. Alison Dowling
Lee Bryce ….. Ryan Early
Vince Casey ….. Tony Turner
Russ Jones ….. Andonis James Anthony
The Great Composers Podcast - a classical music podcast
The Great Composers Podcast - a classical music podcast
Kevin Nordstrom
42a - Johannes Brahms pt. 8 "The Scent of Lilac"
Ep. 42(a) - It is late November 1862. We find Johannes Brahms in Vienna making a great success of himself for once but reeling from a devastating blow given him by the musical establishment of Hamburg. He will try to pick himself up and carry on with his work, compartmentalizing the tenderness he felt for one place from the bitterness for the other so that he might do so. And then further troubles to deal with: family strife and division that will make his life more difficult than ever; a loss that will wrench his heart and cause him the greatest pain, one for which tears aplenty would not be an adequate response but rather, music; tones and song in memoriam of a cherished loved one on a grand scale. --------------- Try MuseScore 3.6! Wonderful music notation software, easy to use, and free without limitations. ----------------- Subscribe on iTunes and give us a 5-star review! download our app! Visit and like our Facebook page! Works heard in this episode (all by Brahms): 1. String Sextet in G major op. 36 mvt. 1, Allegro non troppo 2. 9 Lieder and Songs op. 32 no. 9 "Wie bist du, meine Königin" 3-5. String Sextet in G major op. 36 mvts. 2-4, Scherzo, Poco Adagio, Poco Allegro 6, 7. Piano Quintet in f minor op. 34 mvts. 2, 3, Andante, un poco Adagio, Scherzo 8. "Horn" Trio in E-flat major op. 40 mvt. 3 (beginning), Adagio Mesto
2 hr 44 min
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